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February 16, 2009

Orioles minor league schedule

The Orioles have released the schedule of spring games for their minor league camp in Sarasota, Fla., which is reproduced below, but let me explain what it all means. There actually are four minor league games every day starting on Mar. 17, two at Twin Lakes Park in Sarasota and two at the minor league facility of the team listed. The team on the left side of the schedule hosts the Triple-A and Double-A games that day and the team on the right hosts the high Single-A and the low Single-A games.



March 17th Baltimore/Cincinnati 1:00pm

March 18th Camp Day

March 19th Tampa Bay/Baltimore 1:00pm

March 20th Baltimore/Boston 12:30pm

March 21st Cincinnati/Baltimore 1:00pm

March 22nd Baltimore /Cincinnati 1:00pm

March 23rd Camp Day

March 24th Baltimore /Tampa Bay 1:00pm

March 25th Baltimore /Boston 12:30pm

March 26th Tampa Bay/Baltimore 1:00pm

March 27th Baltimore/Cincinnati 1:00pm

March 28th Camp Day

March 29th Tampa Bay/Baltimore 1:00pm

March 30th Baltimore/Minnesota 1:00pm

March 31st Baltimore/Cincinnati 1:00pm

April 1st Minnesota/Baltimore 1:00pm

April 2nd Camp Day

April 3rd Tampa Bay/Baltimore 1:00pm

Posted by Peter Schmuck at 2:47 PM | | Comments (2)
Categories: Just baseball


Didn't like my lineup prediction enough to post :( (i'm sure it's here somewhere)

I kid, you guys are doing great work getting us as much info as possible already, I appreciate it although I'm sure my work won't this week.

Pete's reply: If you really posted something and it didn't come up, let me know. I post everything. I don't screen for anything except profanity and the occasional libelous statement.

yeah my bad that was like 5 blogs ago.

is koji going to dominate the headlines here too? Not that I mind and I am very much looking forward to his presence...what am i saying it's day 1, thanks again looking forward to more.

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