The Baltimore Orioles are not interested in Scott Kazmir, according to Roch Kubatko. Kazmir threw for scouts last Friday.
The big news around camp is the arrival of Brian Roberts. The team will be monitoring the progress of Roberts while Robert Andino gets the bulk of the workload at second:
More positive results for Britton (and notes) - Roch Kubatko
"The Orioles aren't interested in Scott Kazmir, who threw for about 10 scouts on Friday."
The hunt for Brian Roberts - Roch Kubatko
"Robert Andino will get the bulk of his work at second base while the Orioles determine Roberts' availability. Andino also will move around the infield and take fly balls in the outfield, but he'll mostly be stationed at second in the early days of camp."
Notes & images from Day 2 - Britt Ghiroli
"I’ve been asked a few times about the 10 players in camp who are out of options. Here’s the list: , Robert Andino, , , , , , , & . Note that these are guys on the 40-man roster, so if they don’t make the team they have to be placed on waivers. Another interesting case to watch is infielder , who is a Rule 5 guy, meaning he would have to be offered back to the at half the $50,000 price the Orioles paid for him this winter."
Another chance for Chris Davis - Roch Kubatko
"Davis, 25, switched to third base later in the season, but he's back at first, where he'll compete with newly signed Nick Johnson for the starting job. Plenty of at-bats also could come in the DH slot."
AL East Preview: Baltimore Orioles - Pinstripe Alley (w/guest Stacey Long)
"So, the Baltimore Orioles. The only thing you really need to know about them (which I know you all already do) is that they're not good. They're not good enough to win the NL Central, let alone the AL East. And new GM Dan Duquette has done little to help them in their quest to ascend to mediocrity, making a bevy of moves that, while defensible on their own, add up to a whole lot of nothing."
Roberts here, worked out at Ed Smith Stadium complex " Britt's Bird Watch
"A dynamic leadoff hitter, a healthy Roberts would afford the Orioles a chance to keep Robert Andino as super-utility player, strengthening the bench depth and versatility for Showalter. Andino is coming off a career season and is considered the primary backup to Roberts, who appeared in just 39 games in 2011."
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