In a move that surprised the Orioles’ clubhouse, Baltimore traded first baseman-designated hitter Trey Mancini to the Houston Astros for a pair of pitching prospects Monday as part of a three-team deal with the Tampa Bay Rays.
Here’s how a handful of Orioles reacted to the move, one that came with Baltimore playing .500 baseball and sitting three games out of a wild-card spot.
Manager Brandon Hyde: “Not easy. Trey has been such an important part of our lives here the last — since I’ve been here [in 2019] — a big part of Baltimore and a big part of this community, and it’s hard to see someone like him go. Such a close friend to so many people here. It wasn’t fun, like you think it wouldn’t be. But I’m happy for him and the opportunity he’s going to have. Hard to…
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