“I can’t go all that time without a smoke,” he said almost-desperately as I relayed to him the information. Starting in March at all events held in Oriole Park at Camden Yards and M&T Bank Stadium, smoking is prohibited. No more designated smoking areas, banned completely inside the stadiums as well as 25 feet from the entrances outside the stadium. He is my uncle, in his mid-fifties, an Oriole fan for decades, a smoker for probably longer, and a common visitor to both Memorial Stadium and Camden Yards. “I won’t go,” he added.
“Earl Weaver smoked in the dugout!” he pleaded.
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The results are in!
Today, Miguel Cabrera, Detroit’s Triple Crown winner (.330/44/139) won the MVP decisively over rookie challenger Mike Trout. Backed by WAR supporters, Trout only received six first place votes while Cabrera received 22 in a race that was supposed to be much closer.
Continue reading Adam Jones Finishes 6th in MVP Voting; Wieters, Johnson also Receive Votes
I don’t think Terrell Suggs saw dollar signs when he introduced himself as Sizzle from Ball So Hard University on Monday Night Football, but he sure is capitalizing off the fictional school based off of a Jay-Z and Kanye West lyric.
Now, exclusively at Poor Boys, you can order your Ball So Hard U baseball jersey in time for Orioles season. And yes, of course they are orange and black:
Orioles centerfielder Adam Jones always tries to make the best of his time during the offseason. Whether it is touring Europe or interacting with fans on Twitter, the personable Jones keeps himself busy. This offseason has been a little tumultuous for Jones, hearing rumors of trades to the Atlanta Braves, making him unsure of his baseball future.
With all those talks settling down, Jones hit the basketball courts to relax. There’s no denying the 6’3″ Jones as an athlete; after all, he is a Gold Glover. But let the record show that Adam Jones can throw down: HERE.
It looks regulation to me.
Maybe the O’s would have more success playing basketball.