Jimmy Paredes has certainly impressed at the plate this season. His teammates jokingly refer to him as Babe Ruth, but with a .355/.380/.684 slashline, maybe they’re actually serious. A few different people have told me that Paredes’ batting stance closely resembles Robinson Cano‘s, so I went on MLB.tv, watch a few at-bats from each guy […]
In their first home game since April 29, the Baltimore Orioles celebrated Charm City by wearing specialty-made Baltimore home jerseys on Monday night at Camden Yards.
The Orioles placed Kevin Gausman on the disabled list on Friday with right shoulder tendinitis and when he's eligible to return, it's expected that he'll serve as a starter in the Norfolk Tides rotation.
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Jimmy Paredes has been an absolute monster at the dish for the Orioles through the first month of the 2015 season. In Sunday's finale against the Rays, Paredes belted a game-tying RBI double in the seventh inning. He's slashing .353/.365/.667 over 52 plate appearances this year.