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  • Orioles secure another late comeback with 6-4 win against Blue Jays

    Orioles secure another late comeback with 6-4 win against Blue Jays
    TORONTO – From the day early this spring when Orioles manager Buck Showalter decided to place Nolan Reimold in the leadoff spot, he told Reimold he didn't need him to become a different player because of his new place atop the batting order.
  • Taking a look at the Orioles' remaining free-agent possibilities

    Taking a look at the Orioles' remaining free-agent possibilities
    The word from around the Warehouse is that the Orioles aren’t done with their winter shopping. The club has made some significant moves, most notably making a run in the international market for starting pitching by acquiring Japanese pitcher...

    Orioles have some interest in Francisco Cordero

    Orioles have some interest in Francisco Cordero
    The Orioles have expressed some interest in the lone viable free-agent closer, Francisco Cordero, according to an industry source. Although discussions are not considered far along, the Orioles have inquired about the 36-year-old right-hander, who has...

    Signing Betemit further shows Orioles' commitment to improving on-base percentage

    Signing Betemit further shows Orioles' commitment to improving on-base percentage
    The main void Orioles executive vice president of baseball operations Dan Duquette saw in his team's batting order was its on-base percentage. The lineup had plenty of power last season but not enough men on base to capitalize on that strength in the...

    Orioles target Cordero reportedly agrees with Blue Jays

    Orioles target Cordero reportedly agrees with Blue Jays
    The obvious “one that got away” for the Orioles on Tuesday was first baseman Prince Fielder -- though I have been arguing all offseason that you have to be in the game to lose. And the Orioles were never in the game. They never had any...