Monday’s O’s Links: Let’s Never Speak of that Again

Buck Showalter holds a bat in Spring Training.
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You probably don’t want to read about the Orioles today. I can’t say that I blame ya. I’m gonna give you some options anyway though, darn it.

Old Mill’s Hader Makes MLB Debut for Brewers

Hader was traded to Houston for Bud Norris back in 2013.

As Free Fall Continues, Blame Game is Underway

Rosenthal stirs the pot again. Gasp. Camden Chat’s Mark Brown has some thoughts on blaming Dan Duquette for a season flying off the rails.

I feel like I should mention this as well:

O’s Will Continue to Emphasize College Pitchers

Even if you put any stock in the above rumor, Duq will at least be around through the draft, which starts today. Jon Meoli has plenty of quotes from DD on what O’s fans should expect.

Hoping for Lightning

The O’s hoped to catch lightning in a bottle with Edwin Jackson. They got a turd in a jar.

Thoughts on the Non-Waiver Trade Deadline

Baltimore Sports and Life’s Chris Stoner gives about as clear-eyed an assessment on where the O’s are now as you’re likely to find anywhere.

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