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About Orioles1954

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  • Birthday 10/10/1975

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  1. Keep hearing rumblings that the Suns are moving.
  2. Wally Joyner who is a devout Mormon used.
  3. I find this statement to be strange bordering on weird. I’ve never met a Ravens fan who gives any kind of care to Dan Snyder or even thinks about the Redskins. My switch from the Redskins was seamless as my loyalties have always been to the city and not the franchise.
  4. Orioles, Ravens and Arkansas Razorbacks! (woo pig!!!)
  5. Roberts is pretty good. Brown bores me to tears.
  6. At least it's in a lifetime. I became an O's fan in 1984 and well....
  7. I love this! Let's not forget Paul Shuey or the Killer B's in Berken and Bergesen. Who can forget Vladimir Guerrero collecting one last paycheck before Cooperstown?
  8. I have a co-worker who just completely fell out of love with the team. 40 years as a fan, multiple Orioles tattoos including all of the retired numbers. Several years a season ticket holder. Just can't do it anymore and has switched his allegiance to The Rockies (for some reason). This is happening by droves and I'm not sure the culmination of a rebuild will get that back.
  9. I really appreciate having complex analytical information relayed to me in a way that any John Q. Fan can understand.
  10. Maybe they should double down on a healthier alternative like alcohol
  11. Not me. I love Pepsi.
  12. Would he stick as catcher? How is his defense? I almost want to lean toward a prospect like Witt Jr. who can play 162 if healthy.
  13. Free is almost too much. I agree with your original premise. The Orioles have been beyond pathetic in marketing their club. Other than a couple cheesy radio and TV spots what do you have? Even during the "glory days" (at least for me) from 2012-2016 I seldom saw any type of meaningful community involvement. Where were the promotional teams, rallies, billboards, endorsements? The Nats have them beat in that regard hands down.
  14. Those are really one-time or limited run events. Not sure you can compare those to 81 game seasons. Regardless, the ship has sailed on 40,000+ regular season games....just not going to happen anymore. The maladies of the city are definitely not the fault of the Orioles, but they have done a crap job of promoting the team since the late 90s.
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