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Saturday Bird Droppings: Where Orioles are always winning, if you know where to look

The Orioles didn't win in Florida yesterday, but there's always some Orioles winning somewhere. Also, checking in with Adam Jones, Hunter Harvey, and a pretty cool looking sand sculpture at a mall in Baltimore County.

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Hello, friends.

There are now 30 days remaining until Orioles Opening Day. That is less than one month, although with all of the snow on the ground it's really not much of a consolation prize. Then again, if you aren't in the area at all, you probably don't even care. I have it on good authority that my friend and former Camden Chat boss Stacey is enjoying spring training this weekend.

Whatever the Orioles do and whoever plays, it's still nice weather. This afternoon's game will be on 105.7 FM for those who want to listen. That will make it feel even warmer.

Here's some news from around Birdland to get your weekend going:

School of Roch: Showalter speaks after 5-4 loss to Blue Jays
The O's fell to 2-3 in the Grapefruit League after yesterday's loss to Toronto. Buck Showalter weighed in with reporters after the game.

Orioles All-Star Adam Jones Talks Leadership, Desire To Speak His Mind " CBS Baltimore
Adam Jones talked to WJZ's Mark Viviano about how he's never going to stop talking. In my opinion, that's not a bad thing.

Eastpoint Mall pays tribute to Ravens, Orioles and Terrapins -
If you find yourself at Eastpoint Mall in March or April, you will be able to view an impressive-looking sand sculpture honoring the Orioles, Ravens, and Terrapins. When I was younger ,that's where we'd go to play laser tag.

Harvey patiently waiting his turn with Orioles | Comcast SportsNet Baltimore
It's the first big league camp for Hunter Harvey, but he knows it won't be his last. Here's CSN's Rich Dubroff on the promising prospect.

Continuing an occasional check in with Orioles teams at all levels of sports:

Coldwater beats Bronson in boys hoops, Quincy wins Big Eight title - News - AM 1590 WTVB The Voice of Branch County
The Quincy High School Orioles of Quincy, Michigan have had their boys basketball team win the Big Eight Conference championship. Go Orioles! They beat the Concord Yellow Jackets, with Jake Rider leading with 34 points.

The lone former Oriole with a birthday today is Joe Carter, who was here for part of the 1998 season. I forgot all about that, but then, 1998 kind of wasn't very good.

And that's the way it is in BIrdland on March 7 - at least, unless something happens later. Have a safe Saturday.