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Thursday, February 24, 2011
Video: Orioles' newly-refurbished spring training facility in Sarasota, Ed Smith Stadium, set to open Tuesday vs. Tampa Rays
Ed Smith Stadium Poised to Be a Jewel
Orioles' newly-refurbished spring training facility in Sarasota, Ed Smith Stadium, set to open Tuesday vs. Tampa Rays, and news media got first chance to see inside on Wednesday.
I knew if I kept looking, somebody would finally have video of what they've done to change a stadium that had really seen its best days.
I missed this on The Fan on Tuesday but caught up via the digital wonderland that is the Internet:
Former Director of Minor League Operations for the Orioles, Doc Rodgers spoke The Fan's Bruce and Bob about realistic expectations for the Orioles 2011 season and what to look for during spring training.
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Topflight Photography view of Hollywood, Hallandale Beach at Ocean Drive/A1A
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