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Orioles' Jonathan Schoop's physical maturation stands out as power continues to show

Orioles' Jonathan Schoop's physical maturation stands out as power continues to show

In recalling his earliest memories of Jonathan Schoop — and how far he has come since then — manager Buck Showalter remembers being struck by the second baseman's frame.

“Jon, for a while there was like one of those — you’ve seen the new fawns whose legs don’t quite support the body and they kind of wobble a little bit?” Showalter said. “Not that he wobbled, but all of a sudden, everything caught up.”

Now that it has, that powerful frame has paced the Orioles offensively over the past few weeks. After a 2-for-19 start, Schoop has used the ensuing 2 1/2 weeks to put himself on track for another prolific offensive season.

In Schoop’s 13 games before Wednesday, he drove...

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