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The Orioles sent some of their young guns out to the mound on Wednesday against the Pittsburgh Pirates.
As I speak with the players in the clubhouse, focus seems to be the topic of discussion.
The Norris and Davis Show does a segment called “What I Learned.” Well I learned something today.
Starting today, Rob Long will be bringing fans exclusive interviews from Orioles and other team officials from Spring Training.
Yovani Gallard’s health concerns have put somewhat of a damper on the start of spring training, but it’s obvious that the Orioles have addressed some needs that they had going into the off-season.
“This Terps roster isn’t one that you’re drawing up motion offenses and double screens. This is a collection of individual talent that will, once again, figure it out. “
I think there’s a thin line between intensity and stupidity in a football game and we saw that line crossed in the Bengals/Steelers match-up.
The Baltimore Ravens just finished a season that none of us saw coming. Not only did they not make the play-offs, fans saw, for the first time since 2008, a team line-up without quarterback Joe Flacco.
When Britton took over as the closer for the team there was talk that he still wanted to be a starter but maybe we’re witnessing the makings of one of the game’s top finishers.
About a month ago, as you walked through the Baltimore Orioles clubhouse, it just seemed that something wasn’t right. No, there wasn’t descension or anything but something was “off” a little.
There’s an old saying in sports that “Good teams find ways to win and bad teams find ways to lose.”
The Baltimore Orioles are regarded as one of, if not the best defensive teams in Major League Baseball. At least that was the case before the 2015 season.