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Reimold: The Look in His Eye


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"He can be a big player for us this year, something that a lot of people have forgotten about. We haven't, but also I'm not going to be constantly telling Nolan that, because he thinks that all of us have forgotten about Nolan."

Later, Showalter added, "You can see that look in his eye. He's friendly to me, but he's got that... Brady (Anderson) made a good point. He said, 'I'm not sure you want to take that away from him,' and I agree."

I think we may have found our MOOOOOOOOO

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Nate was signed to be the LF'er. I am sure Reimold may get some time at LF but most of his AB's will be DH'ing.

Nate was signed to be depth. Buck has made very clear that Spring Training is a time for competition. I would guess very few players have roles completely nailed down.

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Nate was signed to be the LF'er. I am sure Reimold may get some time at LF but most of his AB's will be DH'ing.

I disagree. I think McLouth was signed to be the 4th outfielder. You don't sign a starting LF for what McLouth is making. If anybody else saw him as a starter he would have cost the O's more.

I also think that even if I am wrong and McLouth is anointed the starter if he plays like he did in Atlanta he will quickly become the 4th outfielder.

McLouth resurgence was a great story last year. I am not convinced he will be able to maintain that level of play.

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I disagree. I think McLouth was signed to be the 4th outfielder. You don't sign a starting LF for what McLouth is making. If anybody else saw him as a starter he would have cost the O's more.

I also think that even if I am wrong and McLouth is anointed the starter if he plays like he did in Atlanta he will quickly become the 4th outfielder.

McLouth resurgence was a great story last year. I am not convinced he will be able to maintain that level of play.

I think that would be stating the obvious.

I belive Mclouth will be in LF since he is a great option as a leadoff hitter and has defensive value.

I thought his reasoning behind signing with the Os was he wanted to be able to prove that 2012 was not a fluke. He probably could have signed a bigger deal but would have been a 4th OF'er somewhere else and he did not want that.

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