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It was a damp, misty, cold night at the ballpark, but plenty of warm feelings for Nolan Reimold could be found.

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Adam Jones' web gem gives Orioles, Mike Wright a boost - Baltimore Sun
"Mike Wright recorded his best performance of the season on Friday night against a veteran White Sox lineup, his second quality start in four outings this season. He allowed a season-low two runs on five hits over six innings, striking out a season-high six and walking two."

First-place Baltimore Orioles have the right stuff to beat lefties - Baltimore Orioles- ESPN
"A year after going 22-23 against southpaws, the Orioles are now 5-1 in games started by lefty hurlers."

Orioles' Adam Jones finds success batting fifth, but doesn't see any correlation to it - Baltimore Sun
Orioles center fielder Adam Jones has found success batting fifth in the lineup, but doesn't think there's any connection.

Orioles add left-hander Wandy Rodriguez on minor league deal - Baltimore Sun
The Orioles bolstered their pitching depth by adding veteran left-hander Wandy Rodriguez on a minor league deal.

Sykesville family honored at Orioles' Autism Awareness Night - Carroll County Times
"Pete Vasco, of Sykesville, threw out the ceremonial first pitch at Friday night's Baltimore Orioles game in recognition of National Autism Awareness Month. His son, 3-year-old Ronnie Vasco, attends an Early Achievements program at Kennedy Krieger Institute's Center for Autism and Related Disorders in Baltimore. They were joined at Orioles Park by Ronnie's mother, Megan, and sister Sophia."

Happy Birthday to former Oriole and fabulous mustache owner Jeff Reboulet. I'm working on a decade-old Mac and haven't figured out where the notepad-like app is, so no world famous birthdays today,

On this day in Baltimore baseball history...

1967 - Steve Barber and Stu Miller of the Baltimore Orioles combine on a no-hitter, but still lose the game to the Detroit Tigers, 2 - 1. A wild Barber gives up 10 walks in eight and one-third innings before giving way to Miller, who pitches one-third of an inning.

Consider this your discussion space for NCAA Men's Lacrosse: Maryland at Johns Hopkins.