5 Players the Baltimore Orioles Could Sever Ties With Before 2014 Season

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Jonathan Schoop

After a tremendous spring, infielder Johnathan Schoop earned a spot on the Baltimore Orioles‘ Opening Day lineup. However, he did not get the start last night, and he will begin the season in a platoon with newly acquired Steve Lombardozzi. […]

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Chris Tillman

While Chris Tillman wasn’t dominating during his first start of the season, he showed several promising signs. Despite not having his best stuff, Tillman limited the dangerous Boston Red Sox‘s lineup to just one run over five innings pitched. He […]

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Orioles Celebrate Win

The 2014 Baltimore Orioles‘ roster is far and away the most talented roster the Orioles have fielded in well over a decade and they’re yet to really hit their peak. Many of the teams around them in the American League […]

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Delmon Young

After a successful 2010 season, Delmon Young has been one of the most heavily criticized players in the major leagues. Young is a former top prospect who is considered a bust, and he has issues both on and off the […]

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Matt Wieters

Baltimore native Steve Clevenger has spent the spring trying to make the Baltimore Orioles‘ Opening Day roster as their backup catcher. On Monday, Buck Showalter told him that he did indeed make the team. Clevenger has never enjoyed success at the major […]

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Nick Markakis

Nick Markakis is coming off the most disappointing year of his career in 2013. He batted .271 with 10 home runs and only 59 RBIs. At times last season, it seemed like the Baltimore Orioles right fielder would never have […]

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