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  1. I think that was his teammate that clocked him. I mean. His Royals teammate. His backup.
  2. No one that I know of. Well, Bautista. He uncorked that one two bouncer that Beef had to go save...
  3. Unfortunately, a DH may only substitute for the Pitcher. And in the slot the pitcher was in to start the game. No double switches with DH either. Rule 5.11.
  4. Dariel Alvarez will not even be in the Orioles system if he can't make the team as a reliever by this time next year.
  5. Frederick Keys News Release For Immediate Release: March 24, 2017 KEYS STAFF GROWNS BY THREE MORE LAWSON AND DUNN RETURN TO STAFF FREDERICK, MD – As the 2017 season inches closer, the Keys are excited to announce the addition of three new staff members. A former marketing intern and group sales assistant with the Keys in 2013, Erin Lawson returns to the club as Marketing Manager. Before coming back to Frederick, she worked for the Jacksonville Jaguars marketing department. As the Street Team Captain, she traveled to different events to promote the team and maintained the Street Team social media accounts. A Collierville, TN native, Lawson graduated from the University of Indiana in 2014 with a degree in sport marketing and management. Mike Dunn rejoins the Keys staff this year as Head Groundskeeper. In previous years, Dunn has worked as a gameday member of the grounds crew. Before coming to Frederick, he was Heads Groundskeeper for the Oneonta Tigers (now the Connecticut Tigers) of the Short-Season New York-Penn League, as well as the Cooperstown All-Star Village. He has also worked with local entities Brinkman Group and Grounds Keeping Solutions. Evan Dennis begins his first season in Frederick as the Keys Home Clubhouse Manager. Dennis comes to Frederick from the hockey world, where he spent last season as a video scout for the Saginaw Spirit in the Ontario Hockey League. No stranger to minor league baseball, Dennis has also worked for the Princeton Rays, the Tampa Bay Rays Short-Season affiliate. Dennis is from Canton, MI, and graduated from Madonna University, a liberal arts college in the Detroit suburb of Livonia. The 2017 season begins on Thursday, April 6 against the Carolina Mudcats at Nymeo Field. A full promotional schedule can be found here. Single game tickets go on sale on Friday, March 31, while ticket plans are currently available. Any fan who purchases or renews a ticket plan can choose between a Jonathan Schoop bobblehead or a Dylan Bundy gnome. For ticket information fans can call 301-815-9900 or visit frederickkeys.com. The Frederick Keys are the Advanced-A affiliate of the Baltimore Orioles, and play their home games at Nymeo Field at Harry Grove Stadium. In 2016, the Keys received the Esurance Home Field Advantage Award for Carolina League after pacing the league in attendance for the fifth consecutive season. During that stretch, Frederick has also led all of Advanced-A baseball in attendance.
  6. Thanks. I am sure they are sorry they misspoke. But yeah.
  7. The only problem was the parade was really for coming in first. Which they did not. They could have at least shown up in the finals.
  8. 'I'm gonna make a man out of you or I'm gonna bust you up into little pieces trying.' When he was fifteen he hit me in the face. He's big, you know. I haven't seen him in three years. Rotten kid!" OldFan?
  9. It's good to be a winner.
  10. What’s up with: Aneury Tavarez. If Smith begins the season on the disabled list, it’s possible the Orioles begin 2017 with Tavarez, a Rule 5 pick from the Boston Red Sox, on the active roster. Tavarez has stolen seven bases and been thrown out once. He’s entertaining to watch, but his outfield defense isn’t major league quality. In 23 games, Tavarez is hitting .279. http://www.baltimorebaseball.com/2017/03/24/spring-training-primer-fifth-starter-battle-tavarez-makes-push-dl-looming/?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter
  11. What they’re saying: “We just need to get Mychal Givens back in the fold now. … He hasn’t pitched in a while. I thought we were going to get him back early.” — Showalter on trying to get Givens on a regular routine upon his return from the WBC. http://www.baltimorebaseball.com/2017/03/24/spring-training-primer-fifth-starter-battle-tavarez-makes-push-dl-looming/?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter
  12. https://www.linkedin.com/in/erin-gannon-4341a278/
  13. I think the leash of that type of performance is extremely short this year.