Former Oriole Robert Andino On His Memories From Final Night Of 2011 Season

“That night for me was one of the most exciting in my whole career,” former Oriole Robert Andino said of the 2011 walk-off win that kept the Red Sox out of the playoffs. “Seeing the opposing fans in shock because nobody thought we were going to win that game … I’ll take it to the grave.”

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Ravens LG Bradley Bozeman, Barstool’s Eric Arditti On Mo Gaba’s Graduation

Mo Gaba’s middle school graduation celebration made a lasting impression on those who were there. “It was the best thing I’ve ever been a part of by far,” Barstool’s Eric Arditti said. “If we all had a little bit of Mo in us, the world be a lot better place,” Ravens left guard Bradley Bozeman said.

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Baltimore Native Brian Jordan On Whether PED-Connected Players Should Be Hall Of Famers

Former two-sport athlete and Baltimore native Brian Jordan says players who used performance-enhancing drugs prior to drug testing should still be allowed in the Hall of Fame. “You can’t continue to penalize those guys,” Jordan said. “They were good ballplayers either way you look at it.”

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Orioles Fifth-Rounder Carter Baumler On Why He’ll Likely Forgo Commitment To TCU

“If it was going to work out …, it had to be life-changing money and it had to be phenomenal farm system,” fifth-round pick Carter Baumler said of deciding between TCU and the Orioles. “… They kind of met me where I was at. I think things are going to work out.”

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Orioles Third-Rounder Anthony Servideo Aiming To Follow In Grandfather’s Footsteps

2020 Orioles third round-pick Anthony Servideo hopes to one day win a World Series title with the club, just like his grandfather, former Orioles outfielder Curt Blefary, did in 1966. “That would be unbelievable,” Servideo said. “That’s the goal. Mark the date.”

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