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Monday Bird Droppings: The postseason still goes on without the Orioles

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In today's links, Frank Wren returns to the AL East, the Orioles have a choice to make with Caleb Joseph, and if you like LA Kings hockey, you'll get to hear Gary Thorne even in the baseball offseason.

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The slow, painful march to the 2017 goes through the league championship series and World Series...and I got nothin to say about that.

Report: Frank Wren is the "leading candidate" to become new Red Sox GM – HardballTalk
An old friend is coming back to the division.

Orioles face interesting dilemma with Caleb Joseph | CSN Mid-Atlantic
How much of a leash does CaJo have?

Is Miguel Montero's Game 1 homer among most improbable in LCS history? - SweetSpot- ESPN
An obscure O makes the list.

Camden Depot: Ranking O's Players Most Likely To Be Traded Away With A Competitive Balance It's only a matter of time before Dealin Dan fires up his Supercalafragalistic Transactification Machine.

Gary Thorne on his return to NHL broadcasts with LA Kings (Puck Daddy Q&A)
Gary Thorne will be back to broadcasting some hockey this year. He has some thoughts.

On this day in 1979, the Orioles lost game seven of the World Series to the hated Pittsburgh Pirates. We are family, indeed.

It's the birthday of Jim Hutto and Kelly Paris.