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Felix Pie didn't exactly take the Windy City by storm when he was a member of the Chicago Cubs. But the Orioles outfielder has rocked the Cubs' South Side neighbors, the White Sox, in 2010 -- well, as much as a lithe player with minimal power can rock a team.

Pie slapped five hits in the first two games of the Orioles-White Sox series, and is now hitting .391 against the White Sox this season. He's also chipped in to help out in other areas, making this Web-Gem-worthy catch Tuesday and allegedly stealing signs Wednesday (maybe that explains why he often gets picked off).

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Pie is a total clown show -- who knows what he'll do next -- but he's a talented player who can hit for average (he's batted .500 over the past week), create chaos offensively with his speed and hold it down defensively in left field.

The 25-year-old should be one of Buck Showalter's 25 "nuggets" going forward. Even if it's purely for entertainment value.

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