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Sunday, February 26, 2012

SPORTS #Orioles Spring Training Pays Homage To History And Looks To The Future By Kevin E. Dayhoff: http://patch.com/A-rdbv


Last Sunday, the Baltimore Orioles pitchers began the annual two-month spring training ritual at the Ed Smith Stadium Complex in Sarasota, Florida. When this writer arrived last Saturday in Sarasota, the temperatures were unseasonally warm, but certainly not as hot as Buck Showalter, the 55-year-old DeFuniak Springs Florida native and returning Orioles manager must be feeling.

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Sarasota Patch @SarasotaPatch The @Orioles Spring Training pays homage to history while looking to the future from @KevinDayhoff patch.com/A-rdbv

Sarasota Patch @SarasotaPatch The @Orioles Spring Training pays homage to history while looking to the future from patch.com/A-rdbv

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The history of Baltimore baseball goes back 130 years. http://patch.com/A-rdbW

By Kevin E. Dayhoff: Last Sunday, the Baltimore Orioles pitchers began the annual two-month spring training ritual at the Ed Smith Stadium Complex in Sarasota, Florida. When this writer arrived last Saturday in Sarasota, the temperatures were unseasonally warm, but certainly not as hot as Buck Showalter, the 55-year-old DeFuniak Springs Florida native and returning Orioles manager must be feeling.

Early in the morning last Sunday the Baltimore Orioles pitchers and catchers opened spring training at Ed Smith Stadium in Sarasota Florida under dark skies and a weather forecast of foreboding thunderstorms… http://westminster.patch.com/articles/orioles-see-changes-in-spring-training-in-sarasota


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Also see: Charles Schelle@SarasotaPatch: Baltimore #Orioles 2012 Spring Training Guide http://tinyurl.com/7n8oeca @ImYourChuck


The Baltimore Orioles's 2012 Spring Training in Sarasota goes full steam starting today at Ed Smith Stadium. By Charles Schelle

The Birds are officially back in town.

The rest of the 40-man roster from the Baltimore Orioles report today after pitchers and catchers had started their workouts Sunday at Ed Smith Stadium. The Orioles have been in Sarasota for 28 months now and will be here for at least 30 years.




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