Orioles Activate Scott From DL; Option AngleLuke Scott was activated from the 15-day disabled list Friday by the Baltimore Orioles, who hope the time he had off will enable him to play the rest of the season with a shoulder injury.
BLOG: Should Luke Scott Have Surgery?Scott has a big decision ahead of him and that his whether or not he should have season-ending surgery.
Orioles Bring Up Atkins To Start; OF Scott To DLThe Baltimore Orioles selected the contract of Mitch Atkins from Triple-A Norfolk, and the right-hander will make his first major league start against the Texas Rangers. The Orioles cleared a roster spot by putting outfielder Luke Scott on the 15-day disabled list.
BLOG: I've Seen This Movie BeforeReally though, who didn't see this coming?
O's Left Fielder Luke Scott Sounds Off On Obama's Birth Certificate...AgainThe Baltimore Orioles' left fielder Luke Scott is at it again. During the offseason, he was critical of President Barack Obama. The president's long form birth certificate does not seem to have quieted Scott down, though.
Scott And Orioles Agree To $6.4 Million DealOutfielder Luke Scott and the Baltimore Orioles have avoided salary arbitration by agreeing to a $6.4 million, one-year contract.
BLOG: Bring On VladThere's a lot of debate out there about what the Orioles should do next. I know pitching is a premium, but if the O's can bring in Vladimir Guerrero, I would do it in a heartbeat.
Jim Duquette LIVE On Norris & Davis ShowFormer Orioles VP Jim Duquette called Ed Norris & Steve Davis with the latest news from the MLB 'Winter Meetings' in Florida. He also chimed in on Luke Scott's comments about President Obama.
Orioles Say Luke Scott's Comments Are His AloneThe Baltimore Orioles distanced themselves Wednesday from Luke Scott's interview with Yahoo! Sports, with a team spokesman saying the outfielder's comments do not reflect the opinion of the organization.
O's Outfielder Luke Scott Questions Obama's Birthplace(WJZ) Baltimore Orioles outfielder Luke Scott wasn't only talking baseball at the winter meetings on Tuesday. He questioned President Barack Obama's birthplace and claimed he did not represent the United States.