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    Here, you can talk about Orioles of the past, what teams were like way back when, and anything else concerning the team since 1954.
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    • I was thinking about this the other day.  The Orioles usually show up on Opening Day and even before Buck, I think they win most of their 1st games. An OD victory would be a feather in the cap on what looks to be a bleak season.    
    • Sorry, just catching up...does this mean that it has already happened, and there will be a bidding war essentially?
    • You play for the future by developing a continuing supply of talent in the minors. PA's failure wasn't $$$$ spent, it was thinking of the farm as an inconvenience of being an owner. I think MLB/Union has to rethink the service time position. In baseball years, life is short....one year can have a huge impact on a player's baseball income.
    • Would be nice.  Nice starter, trade chip, and dude overall.  I have been a Straily fan for a while now.
    • 8:44am: Marlins president of baseball operations Michael Hill announced to reporters that Straily has been released by the organization (Twitter link via Joe Frisaro of MLB.com). He’ll receive the aforementioned 45 days’ termination pay and can now sign with any club for any amount of money (on top of that termination pay from Miami).
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