Baseball Archive: September / October 2009
Trade Birds For Marlins -- Now
Todd McElwee says a blockbuster trade is in order for the Orioles, but swapping out a player or two simply won’t do. No, the entire organization needs to be exchanged for the Florida Marlins.
Even In Dark Times, O's Hopes Glow
A core of young, emerging players combined with some heady veterans and a few key offseason acquisitions could push the team to the right side of .500.
Heeding Company Line Pays Off For Trembley
There are questions galore circling Birdland as the Orioles enter the offseason. But one thing is for sure -- Dave Trembley will return as manager in 2010.
The 15: Orioles Postseason Baseball
Memories are short these days, but, there are still plenty of things to appreciate about what the Orioles have accomplished in the playoffs over the years.
Orioles Report: Thoughts on Mora
Whether you like Melvin Mora or you don’t, it’s hard to argue that he wasn't a major contributor in an Orioles career that spanned 10 seasons.
O's Exercise Trembley's Option
The Orioles announced Friday that they have exercised their option for the 2010 season on the contract of manager Dave Trembley.
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Orioles 2010 Schedule Released
The Orioles have released their 2010 schedule, and will open their season on the road against Tampa Bay on Monday, April 6. The home opener is scheduled for Friday, April 9 with Toronto providing the opposition in the first of three visits.
Chief Scout Jordan Sees Bright Future
The O's record may not be pretty, but young talents like Adam Jones, Matt Wieters, Nolan Reimold, Brian Matusz and Chris Tillman have given fans a reason to believe that after a decade of losing, there may be a light at the end of the tunnel.
Mystery Man Aubrey Just Wants A Chance
Michael Aubrey is relishing a second chance to make a first impression, a windfall from a late-season trade that brought him to the O's as a backup first baseman.
Hot Corner Needs Some Cool Thought
With the 2009 season winding down, there is no question the Orioles' win-loss record won't be pretty. Among the key questions for next year: Who's on third?
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Right-hander Koji Uehara will rejoin the Orioles Tuesday in Boston, hoping to top off a disappointing MLB debut season with a little success out of the bullpen.
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