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Press Box Online Paul Folkemer is mad as hell and he's not going to take it anymore! Actually, he'll totally take it because what else is he going to do, other than complain to me? What this article is actually saying is the Oriole would be better without a designated closer.
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They re-captured the magic the past two seasons, resurrecting franchises and making long-awaited returns to the postseason.
Major League Baseball announced on Wednesday that there will be a rule change banning collisions at home plate, to take effect as soon as next season but no later than 2015.
Baseball Prospectus' Top 10 Orioles prospect list is very top-heavy, with pitchers Kevin Gausman, Dylan Bundy, and Hunter Harvey making up most of the excitement, but there's a whole lot about them to be excited about.
First, the Nationals acquired Doug Fister in a four-player blockbuster trade with the Detroit Tigers on Dec. 2, according to CBS Sports .
During this MLB offseason, Stephen Drew was supposed to sign a long-term contract, Ubaldo Jimenez should've broken the bank in a thin class of free-agent pitchers and Brandon Phillips seemed certain to change addresses through trade.
Dec 10, 2013; Orlando, FL, USA; Baltimore Orioles manager Buck Showalter talks with reporters during the MLB Winter Meetings at the Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Resort.
It seems most of the current hubub of the winter meetings and the offseason overall is revolving around Japanese pitcher Masahiro Tanaka as well as other big name free agents such as Matt Garza and Ervin Santana .
Rounding up Tuesday's Orioles news at the winter meetings: Dan Duquette said the team made an offer to a free agent, made progress getting a lefty hitter, and had not discussed extensions with Chris Davis or Matt Wieters.
The Orioles are rumored to be close to signing a deal with Grant Balfour to be the Orioles closer for 2014 and maybe more.
The Orioles are looking for a left fielder and "haven't ruled out" Shin-Soo Choo or Nelson Cruz, according to Jon Heyman of CBS Sports.
Well, with the flurry of activity during last week in the sport, the Baltimore Orioles were fairly quiet aside from a few small, under-the-radar deals.
The fans are restless. They're not going to take it anymore! Which is to say, of course they'll take it because what else are they gonna do? baltimoresun.com Dan Connolly says what a lot of what we're thinking, and reinforces that we need to wait to see the entire offseason before making final judgement.
DECEMBER 6: According to reports on December 6, 2013, Robinson Cano has agreed to a 10 year, $240 million contract with the Seattle Mariners.