Mike Preston's report card in Week 3
Orioles

Melvin Mora, Brooks Robinson

"To receive the award from Brooks, for me and my family, we feel blessed," Melvin Mora (left) said. "It's an honor. For him to [leave] his house to come to give me the honor is pretty special." Mora passed Doug DeCinces Monday to move into second place on the Orioles' all-time list of games played at third base. Hall of Famer Brooks Robinson (right) is the franchise's all-time leader with 2,870 games played at third.
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