Outfielder Dwight Smith

<p><strong>Experience:</strong> Sixth year, first with Orioles</p>
<p><strong>Stats:</strong> 28 games, .311/.363/.486, three home runs, 12 RBIs</p>
<p><a href="http://articles.baltimoresun.com/1994-07-20/sports/1994201054_1_dwight-smith-smith-rank-kinda-sorta" target="_blank"><strong>From the archives:</strong></a> "He is considered by most teammates he has played with to be one of the funniest men in baseball, but with Lee Smith on his team, Dwight isn't even the funniest guy named Smith playing for the Orioles.</p><br>
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<p>Dwight Smith isn't the Orioles' best defensive outfielder. He isn't the club's best left-handed hitter. Rafael Palmeiro is. Smith isn't the fastest Oriole. Jeffrey Hammonds is.</p><br>
<p>So where does Dwight Smith rank at the top of the charts for the Orioles?</p><br>
<p>He has the best singing voice on the team, and nobody disputes that."</p>

( Karl Merton Ferron / Baltimore Sun 1994 / July 7, 1994 )

Experience: Sixth year, first with Orioles

Stats: 28 games, .311/.363/.486, three home runs, 12 RBIs

From the archives: "He is considered by most teammates he has played with to be one of the funniest men in baseball, but with Lee Smith on his team, Dwight isn't even the funniest guy named Smith playing for the Orioles.


Dwight Smith isn't the Orioles' best defensive outfielder. He isn't the club's best left-handed hitter. Rafael Palmeiro is. Smith isn't the fastest Oriole. Jeffrey Hammonds is.


So where does Dwight Smith rank at the top of the charts for the Orioles?


He has the best singing voice on the team, and nobody disputes that."

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