Orioles relief pitcher Tyler Wilson and infielder Ryan Flaherty joined Jim Hunter and Mike Bordick on The Hot Stove Show to discuss Oriole Fan Fest and look back at the 2015 season.

 

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Orioles Fan Fest is this weekend at the Baltimore Convention Center and with Fan Fest being in town, there are plenty of Orioles in town as well. Tyler Wilson and Ryan Flaherty are superstars but they could play important roles in 2016. Wilson was a late season call up for the Orioles. Appearing in just nine games, Wilson posted a 2-2 record and a 3.50 ERA.

 

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Flaherty was in his usual utility role for the Orioles. Appearing in 91 games, Flaherty batted just .202 with 9 homers and 31 RBI. Jim Hunter asked Flaherty about the Orioles 2015 season in which the team failed to make the postseason. “It was frustrating.” said Flaherty. “We were battling and had some guys hurt but you make your own breaks and the ball didn’t bounce our way.”

 

Listen to the full interview here:

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