This week in Orioles news we heard word of the Jair Jurrjens deal falling apart, several minor moves were made, we said goodbye to Joe Saunders, and Roch Kubatko of MASN compiled a roster with Spring Training invites. Make sure and catch up on everything Stacey and crew has for you over at Camden Chat, too.
Here's all the latest:
Orioles rumors: Jair Jurrjens deal falling apart? - MLB Daily Dish
With a week gone since Jurrjens underwent his physical for Baltimore, things aren't looking good for the right-hander.
Orioles claim Russ Canzler, designate Luis Martinez - MLB Daily Dish
Russ Canzler has been claimed for the fourth(!!) time this winter.
Orioles claim Todd Redmond, DFA Trayvon Robinson - MLB Daily Dish
The Birds drop one offseason acquisition in favor of another, swiping right-hander Redmond from the Reds.
Orioles notes: Joe Saunders, Jason Hammel, Jim Johnson - MLB Daily Dish
The Orioles missed out on free agent Joe Saunders, but they still have three arbitration-eligible players to worry about.
Orioles avoid arbitration with Jim Johnson, Jason Hammel - MLB Daily Dish
Baltimore has just one arb-eligible player left to negotiate with (Darren O`Day) after coming to terms on one-year deals with Johnson and Hammel.
Orioles, Darren O'Day nearing extension - MLB Daily Dish
The Baltimore Orioles are close to reaching an extension with reliever Darren O'Day to avoid arbitration.
- School of Roch: The Orioles' camp roster
With key players returning, O's aim to top '12 season | orioles.com: News
On the heels of the Orioles' best season in 15 years, manager Buck Showalter and his club are through talking about 2012. The team, which went 93-69 and advanced to the American League Division Series, knows that topping its '12 performance is a daunting task.
The Baltimore Orioles and missed opportunities in the amateur draft - Camden Chat
An examination of the Orioles failure to take advantage of draft pick compensation in the era 2006-2012
Baseball Prospectus: Matt Wieters wants to make a deal - Camden Chat
According to Baseball Prospectus writer John Perotto, Matt Wieters wants to stay in Baltimore.
Dreaming on MLB.com's Top 20 Baltimore Orioles Prospects - Camden Chat
The Baltimore Orioles' top 20 prospects have been ranked by MLB.com's Jonathan Mayo. Mark takes a look at the list with equal parts optimism and cold water.
Age is not just a number - Camden Chat
Can the 2012 club improve on its own?