Nathan Ruiz: John Angelos’ latest tomfoolery puts another damper on Orioles’ bright future
Orioles CEO and Chairman John Angelos speaks with the media at length regarding many of the aspects concerning the operations, finances and future of the ball club during spring training. Angelos told The New York Times that, “We’re going to have to raise the prices here — dramatically,” in terms of what he saw as the only way for the Orioles to retain their collection of young stars.
Orioles manager Brandon Hyde watches his team’s young stars with the same sense of appreciation fans do.
“I feel extremely fortunate just to be able to watch them every day in my seat,” Hyde said.
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