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Brad Bergesen, The Kid No One Knows About

Meet Brad Bergesen. Pitcher, Baltimore Orioles. 6′ 2″ 125 pounds. But theres so much more that most people don’t know about him.

Right now Brad is the Orioles ace and among the most promising pitchers in all of the majors. Yesterday most of Red Sox Nation got aquainted to him. However because of the Sox’s comeback no one was talking about him. And this makes me angry.



No one realized how good he was. He’s going to be a kid people will be talking about. If he was playing for a big market team he’d be a household name. But since he plays for The O’s no one is talking about him.

He is the pitching equvilant of

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He won the Jim Palmer award for the best pitcher in the Orioles system. In fact I’ve heard him compared to


Jim Palmer compared him to Mark Fidrych, not a bad comparison!!!!!

He can handle the big boys he had a great outing yesterday against the Sox. He allowed one run against the Nats

Washington Nationals

and the Mariners

Seattle Mariners

and two against Detriot

Detroit Tigers

and three against the South Siders

Chicago White Sox

He will be a name your going to be hearing for a long time.


This Is Going To Be Fun!

Game two of the Battle of the Beltways begins tonight! Woo Hoo, we get beat the Nats for fun!

Now what exactly makes this game so fun?

There’s actually four reasons!

#1- Free Nick Markakis jerseys!

That’s right free Nick Markakis jerseys


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Only the one they are giving out are the black BP ones! Awesome

#2- Field of Dreams on the “Tron!

That’s right Field of Dreams is going to be played on the Jumbotron!

Some of my favorite quotes

If you build it, he will come.


The one constant through all the years, Ray, has been baseball. America has rolled by like an army of steamrollers. It has been erased like a blackboard, rebuilt and erased again. But baseball has marked the time. This field, this game: it’s a part of our past, Ray. It reminds us of all that once was good and it could be again. Oh… people will come Ray. People will most definitely come.”

Shoeless Joe Jackson: Hey, is this heaven?

Ray Kinsella: No, it’s Iowa.


Ray Kinsella: The voice is back.

Annie Kinsella: Oh, Lord… you don’t have to build a football field now, do you?


Annie Kinsella: What if the Voice calls while you’re gone?

Ray Kinsella: Take a message.
Shoeless Joe Jackson: The last two have been high and tight, so where do you think the next one’s gonna be?


Archie Graham: Well, either low and away… or in my ear.


Shoeless Joe: He’s not gonna want to load the bases, so look for low and away. But watch out for in your ear.


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Know Your Orioles!





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Nolan atteneded


Where he tore up the MAC! In his final season he batted .360 with 20 jacks and 60 ribbies. He won the MAC player of the year. Did I mention he hold about every hitit ng record in Bowling Green history!

His stats of course caught the O’s eyes, and he was drafted in the second round of ’05.

He immedetily began tearing up the minors.

He was named the top prospect in New York-Penn league. He lead the


in Homers and doubles. And he didn’t play the whole season! He then was transfered to the


He hit .357 in the Keys playoff run and was a key player on that team.

He stayed in Frederick and in a recurring theme tore up the leaue with 19 homers and a .379 OBP.

Then he got promoted to Bowie and in ’07 where he batted .306 and had .565 slugging average! And he hit 11 homers in 50 games! Meanwhile he hit 19 in Frederick and he played a hundred games!

He remained en fuego



Last season with Bowie were he hit 25 big ones and had 84 RBI’s in 139.

For a portion of this season he was on the


Were he was a teammate of MW15

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He made his ML debut against KC on May 14th. he had a nimmediate test when in his first two games he had to face Gil Meche

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and Zach Grienke

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May 27th was when a lot more people knew his name. Bottom of the 12th, O’s donw by one here comes Nolan Reimold, gues what he does.


Walk-off three run homerun!

Ztaknek told me that Nolan leads the league rookies in several catergories!

he looks to be a very promising left fielder who could be around for a long time!