The Orioles and their television network continued their quest Friday to have an independent body finally decide a TV rights fee dispute rather than Major League Baseball, which the club says predisposed the outcome.
How will these Orioles be remembered? After three playoff appearances in five seasons, perhaps all that's left for this group of Orioles to accomplish is win a World Series before core might take on different look.
Everybody in Baltimore knows that Adam Jones is the man. Now the rest of the baseball world knows it, too. Jones wasted no time parlaying the pride that goes with starring on Team USA in the World Baseball Classic into a heroic offensive performance Friday night in a game that could easily have gone in a very different direction.
Bill Ripken, a former Oriole and brother of star Cal Ripken Jr., read to children at the Abingdon Library Saturday. He is the co-owner of Ripken Baseball, the parent company of the Aberdeen IronBirds, which is promoting a new ticket plan to help raise money for the Harford County Public Library.