Tag Archives: Baltimore Orioles

The Adam Jones Dilemma

Smith Brickner | January 20th, 2019

On February 8th, 2008, the Seattle Mariners pulled the trigger on a deal with the Baltimore Orioles to acquire Erik Bedard, a southpaw who finished 5th in the 2007 Cy Young voting. By all accounts, it was a good move for a Mariners franchise which was looking to end a long playoff drought. The price Seattle paid – pitching prospects Kam Mickolio and Chris Tillman, along with reliever George Sherrill and a young Adam Jones – seemed reasonable. That was 11 years ago. That trade is now considered one of the best in Orioles history, vice-versa for the Mariners.

Credit that to Adam Jones.

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HOF Case – Curt Schilling

Logan Whaley | January 3rd, 2019

As Hall of Fame votes continue to come out, Curt Schilling is next on our list. The former All-Star starting pitcher enjoyed an illustrious 20-year career between five different big league clubs. Looking at his seventh year on the ballot, how does Schilling stack up against the greats and what are his chances?

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What Have You Done For Me Lately?

Brian Handzel | November 15th, 2018

Revisiting the Minor League MVPs a Season Later.

How did 2017’s Class A Advanced Most Valuable Player’s perform in their 2018 campaign? In this week’s installment of ‘What Have You Done For Me Lately’ I’ll take a look.

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What Have You Done For Me Lately?

Brian Handzel | November 8th, 2018

Revisiting the Minor League MVPs a Season Later.

How did 2017’s Double-A MVP’s fare in their 2018 campaign? In this week’s installment of ‘What Have You Done For Me Lately?’ I’ll take a look.

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Manny Machado and the Prospects The Orioles Received in Return

Brian Handzel and Kody Clawson| July 19th, 2018

The deal is done and Manny Machado is going west and is now going to be playing for the Los Angeles Dodgers. Everyone in the baseball world knew that Machado would be traded and there were rumors that he would be joining the Phillies, Braves, and even the Yankees. But in the end, the Dodgers won the Manny Machado Sweepstakes.

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The Bottom 10 MLB Rankings and Some Bright Spots

John Lepore | June 20th, 2018

Every year there are teams who rise to the top because of an unsung hero, a rookie stepping in, or a triumphant return from injury by a veteran. On the flip side, there are teams who are at the bottom and underachieving or simply too young and rebuilding. Here are the bottom 10 teams in the league and some bright spots that those teams can possibly build on moving forward.

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