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  1. I'd be a fan of this pick. One of the better players available at #21 and fills a need. 21. Orioles Some scouts compare North Carolina shortstop Logan Warmoth to current Orioles shortstop J.J. Hardy, and the two have overall similar profiles. If the Orioles don’t zig and go prep outfielder as some clubs believe, Warmoth makes total sense as a high-floor college performer. Pick: Logan Warmoth, ss, North Carolina | Read more at http://www.baseballamerica.com/draft/mock-mlb-draft-3-0-major-league-baseball-draft/#kxWTZc7ER1HirvRC.99
  2. Paul Folkemer says Buck Showalter should consider making Manny Machado the Orioles' everyday leadoff hitter, as he is the Birds' best hitter by a significant margin. https://www.pressboxonline.com/2016/05/26/who-should-be-the-orioles-leadoff-hitter
  3. J.J. Hardy returned to the Orioles lineup May 7 and made his presence known by turning a tough double play against the New York Yankees. Will he be the spark the infield needs? Paul Folkemer provides some thoughtful insight. http://www.pressboxonline.com/2015/05/08/jj-hardy-ryan-flaherty-returns-should-stabilize-orioles-middle-infield
  4. Tulo just made the patented "Jeter" play, leaping in the hole and throwing to first. The only difference is that Tulo was actually deep in the hole and threw a seed to 1st. Tie game, 2 outs and a runner on 3b. Saved a run. Then he followed it with a HR in the 8th. Beast.....
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