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Thursday Bird Droppings

For those of you who read the links, we've got a lot of them (especially if you like Matt Wieters and/or J.J. Hardy trade speculation)! For those of you who don't, why not start today?


Baltimore Orioles owner Peter Angelos donates $2.5 million to Franklin Square -
Peter Angelos donated the money to help start a lung disease treatment center. If you read this and wondered what the Orioles could have gotten with that $2.5M, you're a horrible person.

Baltimore Orioles to Wear 60th Anniversary Patch in 2014 | SportsLogos.Net
Whaddya think of the patch? Pretty sweet, in my opinion.

Wieters has case for best catcher in Orioles' history | Comcast SportsNet Baltimore
It's an interesting argument, but the fact that Rich Dubroff counts all star appearances in the argument makes me shake my head. Chris Hoiles rules!

Possible Trade Destinations For Matt Wieters | Press Box Online
10 teams that might be a good fit for a Matt Wieters trade.

Robbie Cano with the O's? |
Ladies and gentlemen, the most absurd post of the day!

The Future of J.J. Hardy | Orioles Nation
Another opinion on J.J. Hardy and how the Orioles should trade him if they can.

Chris Tillman: Pitch Location and Sequencing with Men on Base and Bases Empty | Camden Depot
A very thorough look at Chris Tillman's 2013 pitching. Settle in.

Who is the Orioles Most Valuable Trade Chip? - Baltimore Sports Report
What would the Orioles be willing to trade a certain player for? Which player, Hardy or Wieters, should the Orioles value more?

A Review of Orioles Pitching Draft Picks | Baltimore Sports and Life
Can the Orioles develop young pitchers?

Work ethic makes Orioles' Dylan Bundy better bet than Lucas Giolito to succeed after Tommy John surgery |
Jim Callis is accentuating the positive regarding Dylan Bundy's surgery.

Happy birthday to former Oriole Mark Eichorn! It's also the birthday of Adam Jones' BFF, Quintin Berry, and baseball legends Ken Griffey, Jr. and Stan Musial.

On this day in 1977, Eddie Murray was named the A.L. Rookie of the Year. He went on to have a decent career.

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