Barack Obama has added you as a friend on Facebook

- Tom Daschle is drinking eggnog and watching "I Love the 80s" on VH1.
- Bill Clinton is wondering if anyone knows Sarah Silverman and whether she likes steak.
     Tom Daschle: Huzzah!
- Janet Napolitano is the sound of one hand clapping.
- ♥ Barack has changed his relationship status to The U.S. Auto Industry to "it's complicated."

December 13
- Barack is hoping he's not friends with Bernard Madoff.

December 14
- Tom Daschle and James Jones have joined the Facebook group Which Member Of The A-Team Are You?
- Lawrence Summers joined the Facebook group It's Not Fair That Angry Feminists Keep Writing Nasty Blog Posts About Me Even Though That Harvard Thing Was So Long Ago.
- Timothy Geithner is about to make a tuna salad sandwich.

December 15
- Barack has 83 friends in common with Bernard Madoff.
- Rahm Emanuel has 820 friends in common with Bernard Madoff.
- Hillary Clinton and Bill Clinton have 2,894 friends in common with Bernard Madoff.
        Rahm Emanuel: *&!*%&@*#!!!
- Timothy Geithner is eating chili and pondering particle physics.

December 16
- Barack is Christmas shopping.
- Joe Biden is puppy shopping.
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  • Jimenez makes third spring start against the Blue Jays

    Jimenez makes third spring start against the Blue Jays
    The Orioles making their second of three trips to Florida Auto Exchange Stadium this spring for a 1:07 p.m. start Friday. Right-hander Ubaldo Jimenez will make his third spring start. Everth Cabrera and Jonathan Schoop are the only two players to...
  • Matt Wieters' hitless spring is no concern to Buck Showalter (and other notes)

    Matt Wieters' hitless spring is no concern to Buck Showalter (and other notes)
    Orioles catcher Matt Wieters enters Tuesday's game against the New York Yankees hitless in 13 Grapefruit League at-bats, but manager Buck Showalter sees no reason for concern. “The game speed, you think about how long it’s been since he...
  • In unsettled outfield, Orioles know versatility is no curse

    In unsettled outfield, Orioles know versatility is no curse
    If there is any upside to the departure of long-time right fielder Nick Markakis, it is that the opening in the outfield has turned manager Buck Showalter loose on another versatility quest this spring. On any given day, just about anybody might show up...
  • Orioles' regulars in the lineup for Wednesday's spring home opener

    Orioles' regulars in the lineup for Wednesday's spring home opener
    The Orioles are hosting their spring training home opener this afternoon against the Detroit Tigers at Ed Smith Stadium. The Orioles lost to the Tigers, 15-2, in Tuesday’s Grapefruit League opener in Lakeland. But this will be the first time we...
  • Rule 5 pick Jason Garcia impresses during Orioles' intrasquad game

    Rule 5 pick Jason Garcia impresses during Orioles' intrasquad game
    Right-hander Jason Garcia, one of the Orioles’ two Rule 5 picks this spring, is considered a long shot to make the Opening Day roster, especially considering the number of relievers in camp and the fact that he hasn’t pitched above Low-A....
  • Orioles' crowd noise drill draws a noise complaint

    Orioles' crowd noise drill draws a noise complaint
    How loud was it during the crowd-noise-enhanced popup drills at Ed Smith Stadium on Friday? The stadium speakers blasting the recorded reaction to Delmon Young’s dramatic base-loaded double in last year’s American League Division Series at...
  • As Orioles take stadium field, they're trying to simulate more than noise

    As Orioles take stadium field, they're trying to simulate more than noise
    Orioles manager Buck Showalter is taking his team onto the Ed Smith Stadium field Friday so that they can use the sound system to pump crowd noise into the venue. (That exercise had initially been planned for Saturday.) The noise -- which will...
  • Talking plate discipline, walks and splits with Orioles manager Buck Showalter

    Talking plate discipline, walks and splits with Orioles manager Buck Showalter
    In reporting for the article in today's newspaper about first baseman-outfielder Chris Parmelee, I asked manager Buck Showalter yesterday about plate discipline. Parmelee arrived in the major leagues with a .395 on-base percentage in Triple-A, partially...
  • As pitchers, catchers get underway, Orioles' roster battles are few but fierce

    As pitchers, catchers get underway, Orioles' roster battles are few but fierce
    The Orioles enter spring training coming off their best season in 17 years, and while most of the core players from last year's division title-winning team return, most national experts don't expect them to duplicate their 2014 success. But despite...
  • Thoughts on the Orioles' pending acquisition of infielder Everth Cabrera

    Thoughts on the Orioles' pending acquisition of infielder Everth Cabrera
    Welcome to spring training. It is report day for Orioles pitchers and catchers, marking the end of that calendar countdown to the beginning of spring training. Several players have already reported to the Ed Smith Stadium facility in Sarasota, including...
  • Orioles closing in on one-year deal with former All-Star infielder Everth Cabrera

    Orioles closing in on one-year deal with former All-Star infielder Everth Cabrera
    The Orioles have been down this path before, as recently as last year. The club is preparing to open spring training while evaluating a list of free agents that all bear some level of risk. But they see the potential upside of signing infielder Everth...