Robert Andino
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As the 2013 MLB season enters the final third, it is time to check in around the league and see how a number of former Orioles are performing with their new teams.

Robert Andino (Mariners)
29 games, .184 Ave, 0 home runs, 4 RBI

Jake Arrieta (Cubs)
Makes first start with Chicago tonight.

Luis Ayala (Braves)
12 games, 0-1 record, 0 saves, 11.0 innings, 3.27 ERA, 8 strikeouts

Endy Chavez (Mariners)
70 games, .274 average, 2 home runs, 13 RBI

Kevin Gregg (Cubs)
40 games, 2-2 record, 22 saves, 40.1 innings, 2.68 ERA, 36 strikeouts

Matt Lindstrom (White Sox)
51 games, 2-3 record, 0 saves, 40.2 innings, 3.32 ERA, 28 strikeouts

Joe Mahoney (Marlins)
9 games, .276 Ave, 1 home run, 4 RBI

Omar Quintanilla (Mets)
51 games, .231 average, 2 home runs, 14 RBI

Mark Reynolds (Indians)
95 games, .214 average, 15 home runs, 47 RBI

Joe Saunders (Mariners)
21 games, 9-9 record, 124.2 innings, 4.48 ERA, 72 strikeouts

Pedro Strop (Cubs)
13 games, 1-1 record, 0 saves, 11.1 innings, 4.09 ERA, 14 strikeouts

Strop allowed five earned runs over 1/3 of an inning for the Cubs in last night’s 5-0 loss to the Brewers in extra innings.

Guest post by Daniel Clark from Pen & Paper Sports. You can follow Daniel on Twitter @DJC_Sports.

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  1. My favorite ex Orioles of all is Pedro…who as you mentioned got lite up last night by the Brew Crew for five in 1/3 of an inning. Glad to see not much has changed/

  2. My favorite of the list was both Kevin Gregg and Robert Andino.

    Gregg, for plunking Big Pappi and then trying to pull a “Nolan Ryan vs. Robin Ventura” on him giving him “the business”.

    And Bob Adino for giving my brother a ball (hit him right in the coconut) and for knocking the Red Sox out of the playoffs. I loved the guy’s grit, too bad he hits my weight.

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