Video: Dan Duquette At The January 2014 PressBox Second Thursday

Posted on January 10, 2014

On Jan. 9, 2014, Orioles executive vice president of baseball operations Dan Duquette talked with sports fans at PressBox's monthly Second Thursday Lunch Series at Padonia Ale House.

Here are some highlights from the day:

Dan Duquette: PressBox Second Thursda

Dan Duquette discusses the Rawlings Gold Glove Award dinner and two superstars who have emerged within the team.


Dan Duquette: PressBox Second Thursda

Dan Duquette discusses the Orioles' pitching needs and the team's current starting pitchers.


Dan Duquette: PressBox Second Thursda

Dan Duquette discusses recent moves the Orioles have made.


Dan Duquette: PressBox Second Thursda

Dan Duquette discusses the team's needs in left field and other items on his offseason shopping list.


Dan Duquette: PressBox Second Thursda

Dan Duquette discusses Kendrys Morales.


Dan Duquette: PressBox Second Thursda

Dan Duquette talks about Baltimore as a baseball town.


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