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  1. Could Orioles prospects Christian Walker and Dariel Alvarez make it to the big leagues this season? PressBox takes a look at their numbers. Link: http://www.pressboxonline.com/2015/06/18/orioles-prospects-christian-walker-dariel-alvarez-waiting-for-call-up
  2. Though Mike Wright's first tenure with Baltimore was short, the Orioles' prospect is hoping to get the chance to pitch again at Camden Yards soon. http://www.pressboxonline.com/2015/06/09/orioles-mike-wright-still-focused-on-improving
  3. As a long-time member of and contributor to Dave Scocca's Orioles listserv, I started making the transition towards OH a few years back, still not convinced that this was better than what we had with the listserv. Then came 2012--a lot of people flocked to OH (including me, even though I signed up in 2009), and I was pretty confident the OH community was going to replace what we had on the listserv. You thought it would have made for better discourse / analysis, and yet, over the past few months, it has been disastrous--especially in the game threads. I am absolutely appalled by the reactio
  4. With all the talk of how Brandon Snyder was effected by Harbor Park in AAA (most recently in Steve Melewski's Blog), I decided to create a list of the years and players that hit 20+ home runs with Harbor Park as the home field. Harbor Park was built in 1993 and has been home to the tides ever since. The dimensions are as follows: Left Field - 333 Feet Center Field - 410 Feet Right Field - 318 Feet (Formerly 338 Feet before 2009 season) The change in Right Field was a for a 400 person standing room deck that was added. The right field fence was moved in 20 feet to accomodate this change.
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