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Each morning, Camden Connect will bring you the latest Baltimore Orioles links, analysis, news, rumors, and more from around the web. You’ll find everything you need in order to stay up-to-date with the Orioles.
Time To Call-Up Xavier Avery | Baltimore Sports Report
Zach Wilt of Baltimore Sports Report believes it’s time to call up Xavier Avery. Before going 0 for 5 yesterday, Avery was hitting .370 over his last seven games.
|Minor League Results|
Reimold Resting Comfortably After Neck Surgery | Baltimore Sun
“Orioles outfielder Nolan Reimold underwent successful surgery at Johns Hopkins Hospital Monday morning to remove a herniated disk that was placing pressure on a nerve in his neck, the team announced.”
Week 12 Birds Up, O’s Down | Camden Chat
Camden Chat’s weekly look at who’s hot and who’s not for the Orioles.
Diamondbacks, Hernandez Agree To Extension | MLBTR
“The Diamondbacks have agreed to terms with right-hander David Hernandez on a two-year contract extension, according to a team release. Hernandez, 27, has posted a 4.32 ERA with 8.4 K/9 and 4.2 BB/9 in four big league seasons spent with the Orioles and Diamondbacks.”
Jays Add Moyer To Triple-A Roster | TSN
The Orioles released Jamie Moyer yesterday, and he’s already been scooped up by the Blue Jays. Moyer may actually find his way to Toronto with the amount of injuries the Jays have had.
|AL East Standings|
2012 WAR Recap (6/25/12) | The EntreprenOriole
A list of rWAR and fWAR for all Orioles players brought in during the 2012 season. Also on the list are all players that were either traded, released or claimed off waivers.
Three Scouting Reports: Adair on Arrieta, Chen & Matusz | FanGraphs
Rick Adair, the Orioles pitching coach, gave scouting reports on the threesome when the team visited Fenway Park earlier this month.
Today in Orioles History
On this date in 1977, Pete Vuckovich tossed the first shutout in Blue Jay history, beating the O’s, 2-0.
On this date in 1983, Storm Davis held the Tigers hitless for eight innings, but needed help from reliever Tippy Martinez to complete the game. The Tigers summoned pinch hitter Rick Leach in the 9th inning, who broke up the no-hit bid with a home run.