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2013-2014 Orioles Off-Season Moves Tracker

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Once again this year, I'll be tracking all the player additions and losses in the Orioles organization. We've already had a couple reported.

LOSSES:

Minor League Free Agency:

- Taylor Teagarden

- Jairo Asencio

Awesome. I enjoy reading this thread in the offseason.

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We re-signed Garabez Rosa and Marcel Prado. They remain with us.

Thanks Billy, I updated the OP. They both had nice years, glad to see them re-signed.

Also, for any players we add to the organization, I'll try to link in their baseball reference page.

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We re-signed Tim Alderson (our bounty from trading Luis Ayala). We also signed Cam Kneeland, our first Independent League signee this year. Kneeland mainly held down the 3B position for the Trois-Rivieres Aigles of the Can-AM League, his baseball-reference page is attached in the OP.

http://www.baseballamerica.com/minors/minor-league-transactions-oct-31-nov-6/

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We re-signed Tim Alderson (our bounty from trading Luis Ayala). We also signed Cam Kneeland, our first Independent League signee this year. Kneeland mainly held down the 3B position for the Trois-Rivieres Aigles of the Can-AM League, his baseball-reference page is attached in the OP.

http://www.baseballamerica.com/minors/minor-league-transactions-oct-31-nov-6/

Alderson was the Canzler deal. BTW, he was a first round pick.

Chris Jones was the Ayala deal.

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The Orioles signed their first international player of the offseason, inking 18 year old Juan Diego Montes. He hails from Guatemala. Most media are incorrectly reporting that he is the second player we have signed from there (they mention Aguilar). We also have Manny Hernandez as well.

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