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Baltimore Sun
Early projections have Orioles allowing third-most runs in majors for 2016 seasonConsidering the scarce and volatile free agent pitching options available to th
Early projections have Orioles allowing third-most runs in majors for 2016 season
Baltimore Sun / Posted 4 days ago
Considering the scarce and volatile free agent pitching options available to the Orioles, and the cost in both draft pick compensation or prospect talent for more established pitchers, the 2016 edition of the team appears set to enter spring training... Read more
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New York Mets
Best remaining MLB free agentsDexter Fowler: On no planet should a 30-year-old with a .363 career on-base pe
Best remaining MLB free agents
New York Mets / Posted 4 days ago
Dexter Fowler: On no planet should a 30-year-old with a .363 career on-base percentage have to wait this long to find a home, but the compensation issue has been a brutal one for Fowler. It's clear now he did himself no favors turning down the Cubs'... Read more
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Chicago Cubs
Best remaining MLB free agentsDexter Fowler: On no planet should a 30-year-old with a .363 career on-base pe
Best remaining MLB free agents
Chicago Cubs / Posted 4 days ago
Dexter Fowler: On no planet should a 30-year-old with a .363 career on-base percentage have to wait this long to find a home, but the compensation issue has been a brutal one for Fowler. It's clear now he did himself no favors turning down the Cubs'... Read more
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New York Yankees
Best remaining MLB free agentsDexter Fowler: On no planet should a 30-year-old with a .363 career on-base pe
Best remaining MLB free agents
New York Yankees / Posted 4 days ago
Dexter Fowler: On no planet should a 30-year-old with a .363 career on-base percentage have to wait this long to find a home, but the compensation issue has been a brutal one for Fowler. It's clear now he did himself no favors turning down the Cubs'... Read more
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Texas Rangers
Best remaining MLB free agentsDexter Fowler: On no planet should a 30-year-old with a .363 career on-base pe
Best remaining MLB free agents
Texas Rangers / Posted 4 days ago
Dexter Fowler: On no planet should a 30-year-old with a .363 career on-base percentage have to wait this long to find a home, but the compensation issue has been a brutal one for Fowler. It's clear now he did himself no favors turning down the Cubs'... Read more
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Pittsburgh Pirates
Best remaining MLB free agentsDexter Fowler: On no planet should a 30-year-old with a .363 career on-base pe
Best remaining MLB free agents
Pittsburgh Pirates / Posted 4 days ago
Dexter Fowler: On no planet should a 30-year-old with a .363 career on-base percentage have to wait this long to find a home, but the compensation issue has been a brutal one for Fowler. It's clear now he did himself no favors turning down the Cubs'... Read more
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Washington Nationals
Best remaining MLB free agentsDexter Fowler: On no planet should a 30-year-old with a .363 career on-base pe
Best remaining MLB free agents
Washington Nationals / Posted 4 days ago
Dexter Fowler: On no planet should a 30-year-old with a .363 career on-base percentage have to wait this long to find a home, but the compensation issue has been a brutal one for Fowler. It's clear now he did himself no favors turning down the Cubs'... Read more
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Minnesota Twins
Best remaining MLB free agentsDexter Fowler: On no planet should a 30-year-old with a .363 career on-base pe
Best remaining MLB free agents
Minnesota Twins / Posted 4 days ago
Dexter Fowler: On no planet should a 30-year-old with a .363 career on-base percentage have to wait this long to find a home, but the compensation issue has been a brutal one for Fowler. It's clear now he did himself no favors turning down the Cubs'... Read more
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Oakland A's
Best remaining MLB free agentsDexter Fowler: On no planet should a 30-year-old with a .363 career on-base pe
Best remaining MLB free agents
Oakland A's / Posted 4 days ago
Dexter Fowler: On no planet should a 30-year-old with a .363 career on-base percentage have to wait this long to find a home, but the compensation issue has been a brutal one for Fowler. It's clear now he did himself no favors turning down the Cubs'... Read more
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CBS Baltimore
Jeremy Conn: What's Next For The Orioles?So you get the big guy signed to a very lucrative deal and now the Power Left H
Jeremy Conn: What's Next For The Orioles?
CBS Baltimore / Posted 6 days ago
So you get the big guy signed to a very lucrative deal and now the Power Left Handed bat the Orioles needed is right there in the middle of the lineup. Chris Davis was a big signing for the Orioles but it’s still not enough if you want to win the... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Taking a look at the Orioles' internal starting rotation candidatesAs the days count down, the Orioles have yet to address their starting rotation
Taking a look at the Orioles' internal starting rotation candidates
Baltimore Sun / Posted 8 days ago
As the days count down, the Orioles have yet to address their starting rotation. It didn’t seem that long ago that executive vice president Dan Duquette and manager Buck Showalter sat side by side at the team’s season-ending press conference and said... Read more
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Pittsburgh City Paper
Wysocki: Underwhelming Pirates offseason is a bit alarmingWinter in this city can be pretty bleak, depressing and dreary. Likewise, the P
Wysocki: Underwhelming Pirates offseason is a bit alarming
Pittsburgh City Paper / Posted 14 days ago
Winter in this city can be pretty bleak, depressing and dreary. Likewise, the Pittsburgh Pirates’ offseason moves have left me with those same feelings. While other teams have added good, productive players to their rosters, the Bucs mainly... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Orioles' surprising offseason spending spree no surprise to Buck ShowalterOrioles manager Buck Showalter said Thursday that he always thought the Orioles
Orioles' surprising offseason spending spree no surprise to Buck Showalter
Baltimore Sun / Posted 18 days ago
Orioles manager Buck Showalter said Thursday that he always thought the Orioles might be able to retain several of their top free agents this winter. Well, that makes one of us. The Orioles managed to bring back Matt Wieters, Darren O’Day and Chris... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
With Chris Davis locked up, Orioles still cognizant of pitching staff needsWith the player the Orioles called their priority, slugging first baseman Chris
With Chris Davis locked up, Orioles still cognizant of pitching staff needs
Baltimore Sun / Posted 19 days ago
With the player the Orioles called their priority, slugging first baseman Chris Davis, now officially locked up, executive vice president Dan Duquette said the team is still in the market to bolster a pitching staff that regressed in 2015. “We’re... Read more
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Bleacher Report
MLB Offseason Report Card GradesNotable MLB Additions: DH Mark Trumbo, OF Hyun-soo Kim, SP/RP Vance Worley, RF
MLB Offseason Report Card Grades
Bleacher Report / Posted 20 days ago
Notable MLB Additions: DH Mark Trumbo, OF Hyun-soo Kim, SP/RP Vance Worley, RF L.J. Hoes, OF Joey Rickard (Rule 5), 1B Chris Davis (re-signed), RP Darren O'Day (re-signed), C Matt Wieters (re-signed) Notable Prospect Additions: RP C.J. Riefenhauser... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Analysis: Orioles still want starting pitching and outfield help, but don't want to lose draft pickThe Orioles hope to have their seven-year, $161 million deal with first baseman
Analysis: Orioles still want starting pitching and outfield help, but don't want to lose draft pick
Baltimore Sun / Posted 22 days ago
The Orioles hope to have their seven-year, $161 million deal with first baseman Chris Davis finalized by the end of the week — he is expected to take a physical today or Thursday — but signing the 29-year-old slugger to the largest deal in club... Read more
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Weirton Daily Times
Pirates avoid arbitration with 6 players, including closer MelanconMelancon and the Pittsburgh Pirates avoided arbitration on Friday, agreeing to
Pirates avoid arbitration with 6 players, including closer Melancon
Weirton Daily Times / Posted 25 days ago
Melancon and the Pittsburgh Pirates avoided arbitration on Friday, agreeing to a one-year deal that will pay him $9.65 million in 2016. The 30-year-old led the majors with 51 saves in 2015 as the Pirates won 98 games to earn a wild-card berth for a... Read more
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TSN
Pirates avoid arbitration with Melancon, five othersPITTSBURGH, Pa. - Mark Melancon's All-Star season earned the closer a hefty rai
Pirates avoid arbitration with Melancon, five others
TSN / Posted 26 days ago
PITTSBURGH, Pa. - Mark Melancon's All-Star season earned the closer a hefty raise. Melancon and the Pittsburgh Pirates avoided arbitration on Friday, agreeing to a one-year deal that will pay him $9.65 million in 2016. The 30-year-old led the majors... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Orioles lefty Chris Lee a prospect on the riseOne of the few pitchers at this week's Orioles minicamp who didn't have a bullp
Orioles lefty Chris Lee a prospect on the rise
Baltimore Sun / Posted 28 days ago
One of the few pitchers at this week's Orioles minicamp who didn't have a bullpen session before the major league coaching staff was a man whose development might be the biggest testament to the organization's work with young pitchers. In the span... Read more
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Washington Nationals
Nationals acquire OF Ben RevereThe speedy Revere is a career .295 hitter who has averaged nearly 30 stolen bas
Nationals acquire OF Ben Revere
Washington Nationals / Posted 1 months ago
The speedy Revere is a career .295 hitter who has averaged nearly 30 stolen bases per season during his six years in the Major Leagues. No stranger to the National League East, Revere hit .303 with 35 doubles, 16 triples, 71 RBI and 95 stolen bases... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Thoughts and observations on Hall of Fame voting, Schilling, Mussina, next year's class and moreThe 99.3 percent of the vote Griffey received was still a record, surpassing th
Thoughts and observations on Hall of Fame voting, Schilling, Mussina, next year's class and more
Baltimore Sun / Posted 1 months ago
The 99.3 percent of the vote Griffey received was still a record, surpassing the 98.84 percent that Tom Seaver received in 1992. Griffey’s name was on 437 of the 440 ballots cast for this year’s election. Mike Piazza was also elected to the Hall of... Read more
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