When the Baltimore Orioles hired Dan Duquette in November, 2011 many wondered whether the team was hiring an Executive Vice President who was going to work for the field Manager Buck Showalter.
Orioles Executive Vice President of Baseball Operations Dan Duquette joins Ed and Steve to discuss the current state of the Orioles
With Spring Training coming to a close and Opening Day just a few days away, Orioles Executive Vice President of Baseball Operations Dan Duquette joined Sports Rehab with Glenn Younes and Bob Haynie to discuss […]
Ervin Santana could have an impact. He could. But if he agrees to terms here, the Orioles will have spent over $70 million this off-season and added over $33 million to the 2014 payroll.
I think the Orioles ownership and Dan Duquette in particular deserve credit for making baseball fun again. Lord knows we complain enough when things are bad.
Commitment. An interesting word. While I’m not going to quote Webster’s I’ll tell you it’s the key to a successful relationship.
Jimenez is only 30, so he is in the prime of his career. He was one of the more sought-after free-agent starting pitchers on the market and Baltimore got him at a reasonable price.
Steve Melewski of MASNSports.com joined Zinno on “Last Call” to discuss the Orioles. The biggest question is why aren’t the Orioles spending.
Dan Connolly of the Baltimore Sun joined Zinno on “Last Call” to discuss Free agent right-handed pitcher AJ Burnett.
On the surface, this deal makes no sense if you’re looking at what the team got back in return. What we’ve heard is you can’t look at this deal on the surface.
The Orioles traded Jim Johnson, a guy with back to back 50 save seasons, for Jemile Weeks, a player who many think is a bust.
Dan Duquette joined Ken & Steve this morning to talk about the Orioles trading closer Jim Johnson.