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  • With just one signing, Dan Duquette and Peter Angelos rewrote the Orioles off season playbook.

    Hey Spring, thanks for coming. I don't want to sound like an ass-hat or anything, but your brother Winter was a royal douche this year. I hope you're planning something nice. The Orioles? You bring the Orioles every year. You added free agents this go-round? Like, 75-year-old retreaded also-rans, right? Maybe Sammy Sosa's grandfather or a homunculus slapped together from pine tar, Louisville Slugger bat shavings, and the pickled liver of Babe Ruth? I hear Albert Belle has finally finished his court-ordered anger management and is available. I think the O's have finally paid off his last contract, so they could use that money to re-sign him. Wait, they landed Nelson Cruz for only $8 million, you say? Wow! They signed Korean pitcher Suk-min Yoon-who, while coveted by many teams, had never played in the States-for $5.75 million, and they gave starter Ubaldo Jimenez a four-year deal? The Orioles did that? Did Peter Angelos mysteriously vanish after the Grant Balfour deal fell through? Has someone checked Dan Duquette's steamer trunk? Are there muffled screams coming out of Buck Showalter's closet? Wait, forget I asked. Let sleeping Angeloses lie.
  • Is there a turkey more worthy of plucking than Ben Roethlisberger?

    The Pilgrims used to give thanks for silly things like a good harvest, surviving the winter, avoiding bear attacks, or finding out hat buckles were on deep discount at Walmart for Black Friday. We modern humans, on the other hand, have so much more to...

    IronPigs coaches recall their most memorable work

     
    IronPigs manager Dave Brundage had the fortune of managing Raul Ibanez for four years in the minor leagues before giving him the news that he was getting the promotion to the majors in 1996. Brundage also got to work with Adam Jones, who was transitioning...

    Angels Notes: Morales runs on field, Wells out of lineup, Willits to start

     
    While the Texas Rangers lost their best hitter, Josh Hamilton, to an arm fracture that will sideline the slugger for six to eight weeks, the Angels got some encouraging news about their best hitter Tuesday. Kendrys Morales, out since last...

    Angels hope youth is not wasted on the young Monday night

     
    Mike Scioscia probably has batteries lying around the house that are older than the one the Angels manager will throw out there Monday night against the Cleveland Indians. Tyler Chatwood, a 21-year-old right-hander who has thrown ony 6 2/3 innings...