Orioles Vice President of Baseball Operations Dan Duquette joined The Norris & Davis Show to discuss some Orioles off-season issues. Mr. Duquette talked about the future of Mark Reynolds, the O’s rotation, Buck Showalter’s contract, the outfield and prospects.
Virtually every move he has made has touched gold. Signing Chen out of Asia was simply outsmarting the other 29 GM’s.
Dan Duquette, to me is a slam dunk for the Executive of the Year in the American League.
All is not lost Orioles fans. Deals can be made and WILL be made. And they will be value deals.
Executive VP of Orioles Operations Dan Duquette joined the Scott Garceau Show with Jeremy Conn to talk about the Orioles activity during the trade deadline and what led them to not make any moves come 4pm on July 3st.
The Orioles are legitimately in the race, but I am skeptical they will make the playoffs, and even more skeptical they can do much damage if they get in.
Dan Duquette is in quite the predicament. It’s been 14 years since the Orioles have been in the playoffs, or even sniffed .500. It doesn’t seem like either is possible unless he makes some trades.
Center fielder Adam Jones made Orioles history after the team “backed up the Brinks truck ” and awarded him a franchise record six year, $85 million dollar contract extension through the 2018 season.
Dan Duquette joined The Norris & Davis Show to discuss the Orioles red-hot start and more.
We had Dan Duquette on the show Monday. Unfortunately, he was very evasive about any plans to sign Adam Jones.
The Orioles are #1 in the AL East at 11-7 on the season. Got a big 3-0 win Wednesday night. Pedro Strop picked up his second save as Jim Johnson recovers from the flu. The season is off to a great start. Although they may have been skeptics in the off-season, The Norris & Davis Show gave props to Dan Duquette’s vision to this point.
The Orioles will celebrate the 20th anniversary of Camden Yards this season, taking fans on a journey back to when the team attracted sellout crowds every night and often made life miserable for the New York Yankees, Boston Red Sox and the rest of the AL East.