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Wednesday Bird Droppings: Where we're adding a cutter to our repertoire

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Not a lot of news at the moment, but Dylan Bundy is bringing back his cutter! That's something.

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Hello, Camden Chatters! We made it to February, which means baseball is even closer. There are 61 days until Opening Day, which still seems like way too many. You know what would be a nice break in the monotony? If the Orioles released their promo schedule. That'd give us a good 10-15 minutes to ooh and ahh about some things and complain about others. But like so many things, the Orioles are behind in releasing that compared to other teams.

Instead all I have for you are some links:

Orioles' Dylan Bundy working cutter back into repertoire after healthy 2016 - Baltimore Sun
This is exciting! Also, is there anything worse than an autoplay video?

Baltimore Orioles Minor Leaguers to Watch by Position - Baltimore Sports and Life
A look at some of the minor leaguers, which always makes me kind of sad. There is a lot "not much in the way of prospects at this position" going on.

Mark Trumbo Projections: Take the Under - Camden Depot
Camden Depot thinks that Trumbo is going to be great! jk lol

Myriad Orioles Thoughts: Outfield D; contract talks; rotation depth; FanFest - BaltimoreBaseball.com
Dan Connolly's thoughts on an extension for Chris Tillman and the outfield defense.

Shorebirds ticket prices will increase this season - Delmarva Now
Outrageous! Well not really. Ticket prices are going up $1-$2 and haven't been raised in 14 years.

Is today your birthday? Happy birthday! You have a very good Orioles birthday buddy in Paul Blair! Blair played 13 seasons for the Orioles from 1964-1976 and won eight Gold Gloves in center field. We could use an outfielder like that these days! Today would have been his 73rd birthday; Mr. Blair passed away in 2013. Other Orioles born on this date are Kent Mercker ('96 O's), Rich Becker ('98), and Big Joe Mahoney ('12-'13).