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  • Considering Orioles' outfield possibilities and Nick Markakis' options

    Considering Orioles' outfield possibilities and Nick Markakis' options
    The Orioles haven’t given up on re-signing right fielder Nick Markakis, or as executive vice president Dan Duquette puts it: “We’re still working on it. It’s in process for the Orioles.” But there’s no question now...
  • Mariners add their big bat: Nelson Cruz heading to Seattle

    The Mariners have finally landed the right-handed middle of the order hitter. Reports early Monday from ESPN's Jerry Crasnick and ESPN Deportes Enrique Rojas had Seattle and free agent slugger Nelson Cruz agreeing to a 4-year, $57 million contract. A...
  • Orioles' Dan Duquette named Sporting News Executive of the Year

    Orioles' Dan Duquette named Sporting News Executive of the Year
    Orioles executive vice president Dan Duquette was named the Sporting News Executive of the Year on Monday evening at the general managers' meetings in Phoenix. Duquette built an Orioles team that won 96 games and claimed the American League East...
  • Hall of Famer Jim Palmer provides a taste of summer on a wintry day

    Hall of Famer Jim Palmer provides a taste of summer on a wintry day
    On a day when Mother Nature brought the Lehigh Valley a winter wonderland, Jim Palmer had a crowd of over 600 at the Holiday Inn Conference Center in Fogelsville thinking much warmer thoughts. Palmer was the keynote speaker at Wednesday's 17th annual...
  • The American League East waits for no one

    The American League East waits for no one
    Nobody should be surprised that the Orioles' American League East competitors are driving the free-agent market right now. That’s not exactly a new concept, and it isn’t necessarily reason for alarm. The Boston Red Sox had to move quickly...
  • Are the free-spending Red Sox the new Yankees?

    The Boston Red Sox went on a bit of a spending spree Monday, signing two of the two biggest bats in this Major League Baseball offseason: Hanley Ramirez and Pablo Sandoval. Ramirez, the former Los Angeles Dodgers shortstop, was given a four-year, $88...
  • Ron Cook: Pirates are 1 for 2 in big offseason decisions

    The Pirates hit .500 with their latest roster decisions. They were right not to enter the Russell Martin Sweepstakes. They struck out by bringing back A.J. Burnett. Martin is one of baseball's good guys, a true pro whose energy, enthusiasm and...
  • Notes on Orioles' hitting coach search and more on Rey Navarro

    The Orioles officially began their search for a new hitting coach on Monday, when they interviewed two candidates in Baltimore, one of them being minor league hitting coordinator Jeff Manto. In the process of replacing Jim Presley, who will not return...
  • It's official, Pablo Sandoval headed to Boston

    SAN FRANCISCO Pablo Sandoval caught the final out of the World Series last month and immediately fell to the ground, kicking off a joyous championship celebration. That turned out to be his last act in orange and black. Sandoval agreed to a five-year...
  • Orioles' Buck Showalter 'very deserving' of AL Manager of the Year honor

    Orioles' Buck Showalter 'very deserving' of AL Manager of the Year honor
    During spring training, Orioles manager Buck Showalter brought his coaches together and offered them a meticulous list of hypothetical situations, asking for solutions for overcoming possible losses of some of the team's most important players....
  • Thoughts on Nelson Cruz, Adam Jones and Nick Markakis' contract talks with the Orioles

    Thoughts on Nelson Cruz, Adam Jones and Nick Markakis' contract talks with the Orioles
    Free agent Nelson Cruz finished seventh in the American League Most Valuable Player voting Thursday night. That seems a little low to me, especially since he led the majors in homers and was the biggest contributor for an Orioles team that won 96 games...