Baseball Archive: January / February 2010
Questions As O's Start Spring Training
Pete Kerzel breaks down five key questions for the O's that must be figured out during the roughly six weeks in Sarasota before the Birds open the season at Tampa Bay April 6.
Tejada To Get Full Season At Third, MacPhail Says
A lot has happened since Miguel Tejada’s last visit to Camden Yards. And his decision to accept a one-year, $6 million deal to play third base is only the tip of the iceberg.
Andy Is Still Grinding Away
Former O's GM Pat Gillick used to describe a player who played the game the way it was supposed to be played as a grinder. And that's how Stan "The Fan" describes the way Andy MacPhail is trying to breathe life into the Orioles for 2010 and beyond.
Tejada Back In Baltimore
A lot has happened since Miguel Tejada’s last visit to Camden Yards. And his decision to accept a one-year, $6 million deal to play third base -- a positional switch the former shortstop openly balked at just three seasons ago -- is only the tip of the iceberg.
Orioles Express Optimism for 2010
Stan "The Fan" Charles caught up with Andy MacPhail, Matt Wieters, Nick Markakis, Brian Roberts, Kevin Millwood and more at Orioles FanFest 2010 to get their thoughts on the team's offseason moves and the season ahead.
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Scott Signs One-Year Deal
The Orioles have agreed to 2010 contract terms with outfielder/designated hitter Luke Scott on a one-year deal, leaving Jeremy Guthrie as the Orioles' only unsigned arbitration-eligible player.
Can MacPhail Give O's Fruitful Crop?
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Even before the Birds migrate to a new Grapefruit League nest in Sarasota, Fla., the grand plan by president of baseball operations Andy MacPhail to reverse a dozen years of sub-.500 play has reached a critical juncture.
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