Tweet GLEN SAINT MARY, FL — In the spirit of Brian’s post a couple days ago, I’d like to offer my opinion on the five most hated players in Major League Baseball that did not play for Baltimore. Feel free to add to the list (twitter @ACHefty).
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Tweet When the Baltimore Orioles acquired Gerardo Parra he was one of the hottest hitters in the National League. After a somewhat slow start for Parra it seems like he is hot again and he is fitting in nicely as the Orioles number two batter.
Tweet In 2010, the former University of Alabama catcher Kyle Moore was signed by the Baltimore Orioles as a free agent. If you take a glance at his senior year numbers, 2009, it can be understood as to why he was not picked up in the 2009 Major League Baseball Draft. However, what concerns me is his coaching ability: …
Tweet On July 30, Danny Wild of MiLB.com wrote a short and sweet article about two Delmarva Shorebirds, Jared Breen and Nick Cunningham, testing positive for GHRP2. I have an update about how Cunningham is spending his 80-game suspension.
Tweet With the name “Steel Russell”, the guy was destined to be good in life. As a baseball player, he has lived up to it, becoming a fan favorite while with the Delmarva Shorebirds back in 2013. This catcher was drafted in the 32nd round of the 2012 draft from Midland Community College in Texas. …
Tweet Patience makes nearly perfect, for Delmarva Shorebirds left handed pitcher John Means. With every game this season, us Shorebird fans are on the edge of our seats, waiting to see how far Means will make it until pitching coach Blaine Beatty yanks him. Then last night, July 31, Means pitched a complete game no-hitter against …
Tweet The talk of the league in 2014 was Chris Davis being suspended for using non-prescribed Adderall – comprised of two stimulants that essentially “calm” the nervous system to focus. This year, as of a report that debuted on July 30, two Orioles minor leaguers have tested positive for GHRP-2, also known as “Peptide 2”.