Before I attempt to answer the question that is the title of this blog post, I have a confession to make: I don’t really know the answer. But it seems pretty clear that the Orioles are up to something when it comes to Hyun Soo Kim after yet another bizarre spring training with the Korean … Continue reading Are the Orioles on the Brink of Trading Hyun Soo Kim?
[Follow on Facebook: www.facebook.com/trustyourstuff] [Follow on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/trustyourstuff%5D In hindsight, I’m sure Dave Trembley wishes he’d never said it. But the former Orioles manager – back in the spring of 2009 – declared that help was on the way for the Orioles’ troubled pitching staff. “The cavalry is coming,” said Trembley…launching a phrase that would be … Continue reading The Orioles Cavalry 2.0
[Follow on Facebook: www.facebook.com/trustyourstuff] [Follow on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/trustyourstuff%5D I’ll be honest – I don’t really know what to make of Dan Duquette. Since being named Executive Vice President of Baseball Operations for the Orioles a little more than five years ago, Duquette has been something of a lightning rod for fans. If you walk up … Continue reading What Does Dan Duquette Know About Pitching?
[Follow on Facebook: www.facebook.com/trustyourstuff] [Follow on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/trustyourstuff%5D Last week I had the chance to head to Florida for some Spring Training baseball. As part of my trip I saw five games – in five different ballparks – in four days. Three of those games were Orioles games – a 12-5 win over the Red Sox … Continue reading 7 Observations from Orioles Spring Training
Today, guest contributor Dan Reed weighs in on the O's mysterious ability to consistently outperform their projected W-L record... The O's Bullpen Bytes We Think We (Finally) Know Why the O’s Beat Their Projections. The Question Is...Who Deserves the Credit? By Dan Reed Here’s a fun question: why does the most advanced computer projection model, … Continue reading The O’s Bullpen Bytes