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Five things we learned from Orioles manager Brandon Hyde's introduction

If there was a sense of relief around Camden Yards on Monday as Orioles executive vice president and general manager Mike Elias introduced his new manager, Brandon Hyde, it was as much for the fact that the process is over as it was for what was to come next. In Hyde, a 45-year-old longtime minor...

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