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Did you have a current options thread that was a sticky? Its not there any more.

I did, it tracked the 40-man roster and gave number of remaining options for each player. Not sure what happened to it.

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The Orioles released the following minor leaguers:

RHP - Jefferies Almonte

RHP - Eun Chul Choi

RHP - Michael Joseph

RHP - Jason McCracken

LHP - Jake Pettit

C - Brett Frantini

1B - Kris Richards

1B - Pita Rona

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The Orioles released the following minor leaguers:

RHP - Jefferies Almonte

RHP - Eun Chul Choi

RHP - Michael Joseph

RHP - Jason McCracken

LHP - Jake Pettit

C - Brett Frantini

1B - Kris Richards

1B - Pita Rona

And thus sadly endeth our New Zealand experiment.

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I did, it tracked the 40-man roster and gave number of remaining options for each player. Not sure what happened to it.

Just bump it up and I'll stick it. I don't see it.

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Not to get nit-picky, but I think we need a new header so Delmon Young can make the list. "Free Agents Re-Signed"? I know, it will be a short list but he's very much part of our offseason activity.

Oh, and Hundley officially signed with the Rox.

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Not to get nit-picky, but I think we need a new header so Delmon Young can make the list. "Free Agents Re-Signed"? I know, it will be a short list but he's very much part of our offseason activity.

Oh, and Hundley officially signed with the Rox.

Got it, thanks!

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