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Happy Wednesday, Camden Chatters. I'm guessing most of us are back at work after a few fun days playing in the snow.

Orioles better for locking up nucleus, kicking window of opportunity further open - Baltimore Sun
Peter Schmuck has a rosy view of the Orioles' future, even without a strong starting rotation in 2016.

There’s at Least One Reason I’m Glad That the Orioles Re-Signed Chris Davis | Roar from 34
It's tough explaining for a five year old why his favorite baseball player is no longer playing for his favorite baseball team.

What Would It Take For Kevin Gausman To Become An Ace? | Baltimore Sports Report
The answer is not more powdered donuts.

Orioles Card "O" the Day: Arthur Rhodes, 1991 Upper Deck Final Edition #13F
It's never a bad time for an Arthur Rhodes baseball card.

Projections Hate 2016 Orioles: Why? | Baltimore Sports and Life
For the projections-loving crowd.

School of Roch: Orioles acquire Efren Navarro from Angels (with Duquette quote)
Mark already wrote about this yesterday, but I had to include this link because the story has a classic Duquette quote: "Navarro is a versatile player who is a capable hitter and very good first baseman,"

Is today your birthday? Happy birthday! You have two Orioles birthday buddies to celebrate with. Ken Huckaby, who appeared in eight game for the Orioles in 2004, turns 45 today. A much more well-known Oriole, John Lowenstein, is celebrating his 69th birthday today. Brother Lowe played in 646 games for the Orioles from 1979-1985, and entertained us for awhile after that as a color commentator back on the old Home Team Sports network.