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Orioles' Michael Bourn: Returns for another season with Orioles
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Bourn has signed a minor league contract with Baltimore, Roch Kubatko of MASN reports.

The deal is a minor league contract with an invitation to spring training and a $2 million dollar salary in the likely event that Bourn makes the club, Eduardo A. Encina reports. Bourn hit a cool .283/.358/.435 in 24 games with the Orioles down the stretch in 2016. With Baltimore currently planning on starting Hyun-Soo Kim and Seth Smith in the corner outfield spots in 2017, they will be able to use Bourn well as a defensive replacement and fourth outfielder off the bench.

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Orioles' Robert Andino: Receiving increased reps this spring
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Andino will receive an extra look this spring while J.J. Hardy continues to deal with lower back problems, Rich Dubroff of Pressbox reports.

The veteran will get a chance to show he's still got something left in the tank as he embarks on his 11th MLB season. With Hardy's lingering back issues and Manny Machado playing in the World Baseball Classic, Andino should get a fair chance to usurp Ryan Flaherty for the team's backup infielder role. Andino's most productive season came as an Oriole in 2011, but even that wasn't much of a fantasy-worthy campaign. The 32-year-old is a longshot to move up the depth chart before Opening Day, but Andino's extra at-bats this spring are worth a glance.

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Orioles' Ryan Flaherty: In spring training spotlight
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Flaherty will get some extra work during spring training, and has an outside chance at starting on Opening Day, while J.J. Hardy continues to deal with lower back problems, Rich Dubroff of Pressbox reports.

Flaherty will be spotlighted this spring as Hardy rehabs and third baseman Manny Machado plays in the World Baseball Classic. The O's super-utility man is a favorite of manager Buck Showalter and, with a good spring, might be able to make a case for more at-bats this season. There's no timetable for Hardy's recovery just yet, and although it doesn't seem to be a major concern, Hardy has proven to be injury-prone throughout his six seasons as an Oriole. Flaherty won't light it up offensively, but his multi-position eligibility makes him an intriguing add in deeper leagues.

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Orioles' Logan Verrett: Competing for final rotation spot
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Verrett is among the candidates to replace Chris Tillman (shoulder) in the rotation to open 2017, Rich Dubroff of Pressbox reports.

Tillman isn't expected to miss much time, but it may Verrett's only window of opportunity for quite a while. He'll compete with a handful of others that includes Tyler Wilson, Mike Wright and Gabriel Ynoa for the rotation's temporary opening. Verrett had terrible numbers in 12 starts for the Mets last season. He went 1-6 with a 6.45 ERA and 1.62 WHIP while opponents tagged the right-hander for a .916 OPS in those outings. The 26-year-old has had success as a starter in the minors, putting together a .686 winning percentage and a 3.93 ERA over five seasons. A good showing this spring could earn Verrett a chance not only to open 2017 as part of the rotation, but may also put him on the radar for future starts if others (specifically Ubaldo Jimenez and Wade Miley) stumble early in the campaign.

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Orioles' Wade Miley: Regaining command and confidence
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Miley says he's regained his command and believes a full spring training with the Orioles will allow him to have more success with the team in 2017, Roch Kubatko of MASN Sports reports.

After spending half of 2016 searching for a lefty, the O's landed Miley in a trade with the Mariners. He went 2-5 with a 6.17 ERA and 1.57 WHIP in 11 starts with his newest club, but finished the campaign strong. Miley allowed just four runs over his last 18.2 innings while striking out 23 and only issuing two walks. "I didn't have very good command," he said. "My last few starts, I started commanding the baseball a little bit better and the results were more what I wanted. Command's a big thing." The 30-year-old played his first four seasons in Arizona, before moving through three organizations over the past two years. Miley said he feels settled and able to focus now on moving forward with a team that has confidence in him.

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2016 Team Leaders
AVGManny Machado , 3B.294
HRMark Trumbo , RF47
RBIMark Trumbo , RF108
OBPManny Machado , 3B.343
SLGManny Machado , 3B.533
RManny Machado , 3B105
SBMichael Bourn , CF15
WChris Tillman , SP16
ERAKevin Gausman , SP3.61
WHIPKevin Gausman , SP1.28
KKevin Gausman , SP174
SVZach Britton , RP47

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