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Charming 1836 farmhouse in Lutherville asks $750K: 1.9 acres with barn

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A defense of Dan Duquette

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Dan Duquette in 2015. Photo by Keith Allison.

There likely won’t be any front-page farewell tributes to Dan Duquette, the former executive vice president of operations who the Orioles yesterday announced would not be returning.

Unlike former manager Buck Showalter, whose contract was also not renewed, Duquette never had clever turns of phrase or outwardly embraced the city in a way fans could appreciate, remembrances¬†mentioned in The Sun‘s story weighing fans’ reactions to the skipper’s departure. Duquette was the strait-laced baseball man, and in interviews, he seemed as careful about what he didn’t say as much as what he did, sometimes making him come off as affectless.

Reports: Buck Showalter Won’t Be Back With Orioles

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By Luke Jackson

Buck Showalter, who managed the Baltimore Orioles from 2010-2018, will not be back with the team in 2019, according to multiple reports.

The news was first reported by MASN’s Roch Kubatko and The Athletic’s Ken Rosenthal.

Adam Jones, in maybe one of his last acts as an Oriole, and wife Audie donate $75K to local charities

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Adam Jones, center, at his 2013 #StayHungry tailgate. Image via Adam Jones’ Twitter.

As this bitterly awful Orioles season winds to a close, it comes with the realization the city of Baltimore may be seeing the last days of center fielder Adam Jones in black and orange.

In pro sports first, the Orioles will wear a jersey with Braille lettering

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Image courtesy of the Orioles

In what the team says is a first in American professional sports, the Baltimore Orioles will wear jerseys with Braille lettering during their Sept. 18 game against the Toronto Blue Jays, honoring the 40th anniversary of the National Federation of the Blind moving its national headquarters to the city.

Braille will be used for both the “Orioles” script on the front of the jersey and the player’s last name on the back.

The O’s will hop on the brunch bandwagon on Sept. 16

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Image courtesy of the Orioles.

Brunch has been the it Sunday morning activity for a bit now, but never before could you have it at beautiful Oriole Park at Camden Yards.

That’ll change Sept. 16, when the Orioles will host a brunch at the Center Field Roof Deck ahead of the team’s 1:05 p.m. game with the Chicago White Sox.

Event Pick: The Orioles host ‘Game of Thrones’ night

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Image courtesy of the Orioles.

For the Baltimore Orioles, the Red Wedding came on July 31, when second baseman Jonathan Schoop, reliever Darren O’Day and starting pitcher Kevin Gausman were traded away. Those deals, following the earlier trades that shipped shortstop Manny Machado and closer Zach Britton out of Baltimore, cemented the Orioles’ status as a rebuilding team.

As prudent as those moves were, it sapped the club of many of its familiar names. Case in point: Gausman, the player featured on tonight’s “Game of Thrones” bobblehead, seated atop a flying dragon, isn’t even here anymore.

Orioles complete overhaul with trades of Gausman and O’Day, Schoop

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Jonathan Schoop. Photo by Keith Allison via Wikimedia Commons.

With the trades of starting pitcher Kevin Gausman and reliever Darren O’Day, and second baseman Jonathan Schoop, Orioles executive vice president of baseball operations Dan Duquette today pushed down on the last detonator in his effort to blow up and reshape the franchise.

How I learned to stop worrying and love a Manny Machado trade

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Manny Machado. Photo by Keith Allison, via Wikimedia Commons.

If you’re reading this, I don’t need to tell you how bad things are in Birdland. But here it is just in case: a 28-69 record, 39.5 games behind the Boston Red Sox. A first baseman with a -2.5 wins above replacement (WAR) in mid-July. An outfield defense that may end up being historically bad. A starting rotation whose ERA is only .4 points better than last year, when the Orioles had the worst in professional baseball.

Ugly doesn’t begin to describe it.

All the times Nick Markakis should have made the All-Star Game as an Oriole

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Nick Markakis in 2015 in a Braves-Orioles game. Photo by Keith Allison, via Wikimedia Commons.

The MLB All-Star Game rosters were announced last night, and for the first time in his career, former Oriole outfielder Nick Markakis is playing in the Mid-Summer Classic. In fact, he’s starting.

Anyone who’s checked out of the baseball season–and honestly, who could blame you given the woeful state of the Orioles–may have missed that Markakis is having a career year in his fourth season with the Atlanta Braves. As of this writing, he has a personal best in batting average (.322) and has hit more home runs (10) at this point than he did all of last year.

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