The current Orioles believe they’re on the verge of something special. Former Orioles believe it, too. – The Denver Post1 min read
In the home clubhouse at Oriole Park at Camden Yards for the first time, outfielder Brett Phillips raved about the team he joined at the trade deadline. When he looked across the field as a member of the Tampa Bay Rays, the Orioles seemed like an energetic group. Now that he’s in Baltimore, the feeling is evident.
“I’ve recognized we have a group that’s hungry here,” Phillips said, “and a group that’s willing to get better and wants to win, regardless of circumstances in the past.”
Those circumstances were three 100-loss seasons in the past four years as the Orioles underwent a rebuild that began with a midseason sell-off in 2018. But that rebuild is beginning to bear fruit, with executive vice president and general manager Mike Elias saying Wednesday “it’s liftoff…
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