Calvin Maduro

#74SP,
Height: 6' 0"
Weight: 200
Bat: R
Throw: R
Born:
College: St. Antonius
Birth Place: Santa Cruz, Aruba
Draft: Undrafted
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    Anthony Santander is finally coming off the DL. What can he bring to the O's?

    The Orioles under Dan Duquette have been somewhat obsessed with the Rule 5 Draft. Ryan Flaherty, T.J. McFarland, Logan Verrett, Michael Almanzar, and others have been chosen in this draft. Many franchises don't even bother with the Rule 5 process. Duquette lives for it. The Orioles have used this to add cheap depth to a system that needs it. Even in cases like Almanzar's and Verrett's where they didn't initially hold on to the player, they ended up re-acquiring them later on. Coming into the 2017 season the Orioles had two Rule 5 picks that they were trying to keep around. The first, Aneury Tavarez, was returned to the Boston Red Sox before the season started because the Orioles could not find

  • Olney: Britton, Verlander weren't traded, so what's next?
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    Olney: Britton, Verlander weren't traded, so what's next?

    Buster Olney ESPN Senior Writer Close Senior writer ESPN Magazine/ESPN.com Analyst/reporter ESPN television Author of "The Last Night of the Yankee Dynasty" Follow on Twitter The moment that the trade deadline passed, the context changed dramatically around some of the players discussed in talks in the weeks leading up to July 31, shifting their marketability -- some for the better, some for the worse. So what’s next for some of the players whose names were raised before the trade deadline? Zach Britton, Baltimore Orioles The good news is that Britton has been throwing effectively, allowing one hit and one run over his past seven outings, dating back to July 29. But the problem now for the Orioles

  • Orioles offense doesn't show up after third inning in 3-1 loss to Mariners
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    Orioles offense doesn't show up after third inning in 3-1 loss to Mariners

    Eventually, we will all accept the truth about the Orioles that they have spent three months showing us: That they just aren't all that good, maybe not even good enough to swipe a wild card spot out of a group of weak contenders. Until we accept that truth, losses like Tuesday's 3-1 defeat at the hands of the Mariners will feel so much more disappointing than they maybe should be. In a lot of ways, Tuesday's game is one that the Orioles had no business losing. They ran up against Mariners starter Andrew Albers, a 31-year-old journeyman lefty making not only his first start at the MLB level this season but his first start for the Seattle organization this year. That's exactly the kind of guy the