Orioles spring training notes on Tsuyoshi Wada, Brian Roberts, J.J. Hardy, and more.
The Orioles have signed infielder Wilson Betemit to a one year deal.
The 2012 Bill James Handbook Projections are now available over at FanGraphs, but are not available all on one page. Here are all Orioles hitters projected by James in one easy to read table.
The Orioles could use some consistency and lack a big bat that can stabilize a lineup. They could use a player to help fill the gap up the middle, or someone at the hot corner who can provide an offensive and defensive upgrade.
If you’re not on Twitter I would recommend joining, and here are some accounts that, as an Orioles fan, you should follow from the start.
As a 20 year old, I unfortunately don’t have any memories of winning Baltimore Orioles baseball. A theme that you’ll often hear on talk radio in Baltimore is that the Orioles have lost a generation of potential fans in the area because no young people have ever seen even a decent Orioles team. And yes, […]
Just how efficient should we expect Baltimore’s defenders, about a third of whom are new additions, to be this year, and just what kind of impact might that have on the numbers of Mr. Britton, the rookie ground-ball-machine?
Ryan Adams was sent home for disciplinary reasons during 2009 and hadn’t been able to prove himself above the South Atlantic League because his season was cut short. When the Orioles jumped Adams to Bowie after just 59 games at Frederick, Adams was out to show what he can do with the bat, which some have compared to Brian Roberts.