2021 ZiPS Projections: Baltimore Orioles

After having typically appeared in the hallowed pages of Baseball Think Factory, Dan Szymborski’s ZiPS projections have now been released at FanGraphs for nine years. The exercise continues this offseason. Below are the projections for the Baltimore Orioles.

Batters

The 2020 Orioles were hard not to like. There was no reason to think they would be competitive, yet they hung around the edges of the playoff race until a 5–14 finish dropped them out of contention. I won’t lie: It was somewhat satisfying to this Baltimore native to watch the O’s beat out the Mookie Betts-less Red Sox for fourth in the AL East and take their first trip out of the basement since 2016.

It’s doubtful, though, that 2020’s surprising run was the leading edge of something bigger. Anthony Santander’s .261/.315/.575 campaign may have been enough to elevate him over the rest of the team’s deep stable of Quad-A sluggers, but a lot of the winning was due to good years from players like José Iglesias and Tommy Milone, who were never going to be part of the core going forward. What is encouraging is that unlike the Phillies of several years ago, the front office didn’t learn the wrong lesson from the team’s ephemeral success, resisting any July attempt to stockpile random veterans.

The makings of a competent offense are present more so than in recent offseasons, with much fewer negative WAR projections. The larger problem is that there’s just not a lot of star talent in this lineup. Adley Rutschman is the team’s best chance to swim against that current in the short-term, and there’s a great deal of potential remaining in Ryan Mountcastle‘s bat, but other prospects like Heston Kjerstad, Gunnar Henderson, Jordan Westburg, and Terrin Vavra are going to take a little longer. And as great a story as Trey Mancini’s comeback from colon cancer is, by the time the O’s are ready to compete for real in normal seasons, he’s likely going to be in another uniform.

Santander and Austin Hays form two-thirds of a competent outfield, with the mess in left still to sort out. Parting with fringe yet useful players like Renato Núñez and Dwight Smith Jr. is unfortunate, but the O’s need to be looking at higher-upside players such as Yusniel Diaz. Don’t get too excited about him getting Dwight Evans as his top offensive comp — Dewey was a late bloomer — but there’s still potential there, even if it was disappointing that he didn’t find his way onto the 2020 roster.

The low number next to the first basemen on the graphic is largely due to the presence of Chris Davis, whose presence on the roster is getting harder to explain. There’s little justification for him ever getting another plate appearance in Baltimore: His bat isn’t coming back any more than the pit beef sandwich I once lost in the Patapsco River when I slipped on a water taxi.

Hanser Alberto, who wasn’t tendered a contract, was no more likely to contribute to the next good Baltimore team than Nuñez was, but the competent second baseman with a game built mainly around contact is a rarer breed than in the old days, and it was fun to have a little variety. You can’t put Old Bay on everything. I’m hoping the O’s give Ramón Urías, another underdog middle infielder, a similar chance to succeed.

Pitchers

Alex Cobb’s splitter was nasty for the first time in years, and it was enough to give him his best projection in years. No, he’s still not the pitcher that he was with the Rays, but it would be nice to see him put together a few normal, healthy seasons, even if it mainly makes him trade bait. Tanner Scott was terrific last season, and he’s one of two current pitchers with a notably bimodal distribution to his projections (the other is Michael Kopech). In layman’s terms, the computer saw him as having a higher chance either of stardom or being a bust than being just a normal, middling player. If Scott can keep the walk rate in the fours instead of the sixes, as he did in 2020, the former becomes the more likely result. Trying him out as a starter is less crucial now with the O’s looking relatively deep in pitching prospects.

Speaking of those pitching prospects, the loss of the minor league season was a tough one for Baltimore’s farm system. The organization doesn’t have any elite hurlers in the high minors, but they have a plethora of interesting “wait-and-see” guys nearing the majors who lost an entire year of live baseball. We got to see a bit of Keegan Akin and Dean Kremer, but nothing from Zac Lowther, DL Hall, Michael Baumann, or Grayson Rodriguez, a blow for the team.

Whether it’s good news or not that Kevin Smith, acquired from the Mets for Miguel Castro, is projected as the best pitcher on the roster despite topping off at Double-A Binghamton is a philosophical question I’ll leave to you. I faced a mildly angry mob of Mets fans last year when I did not make an official projection for Smith, but ZiPS is a huge fan of his work so far. If he’s as good in Baltimore as the computer expects, the Castro trade will be a highlight of Mike Elias’ tenure.

ZiPS projects only Scott and Paul Fry to be better-than-average among the relief corps. One might actually consider this a good thing; the Orioles have no use for a top bullpen in 2021.

Batters – Standard
Player B Age PO PA AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS
Anthony Santander B 26 RF 572 536 70 143 35 3 26 92 28 103 3 4
Pat Valaika R 28 2B 433 408 64 110 18 2 21 56 21 104 1 4
Trey Mancini R 29 RF 527 481 64 133 25 3 24 77 36 119 1 0
Austin Hays R 25 CF 504 473 65 126 22 2 19 64 23 104 8 7
Ryan Mountcastle R 24 1B 524 490 61 141 24 2 21 82 26 118 1 1
Renato Nuñez R 27 DH 570 516 72 129 26 0 31 94 42 152 1 0
José Rondón R 27 SS 425 396 49 97 20 3 17 57 23 105 6 4
Ramón Urías R 27 2B 396 352 49 91 22 1 12 45 30 86 4 3
Hanser Alberto R 28 2B 572 544 69 155 28 2 10 53 14 60 5 2
Adley Rutschman B 23 C 594 536 68 123 29 0 16 70 46 126 6 0
Cedric Mullins B 26 CF 569 518 64 127 24 6 13 54 35 112 20 6
Rio Ruiz L 27 3B 523 474 59 112 24 2 17 71 44 118 2 3
Chance Sisco L 26 C 395 340 45 79 15 0 13 44 38 122 0 1
Yolmer Sánchez B 29 2B 524 470 59 120 23 6 7 45 41 100 8 6
Pedro Severino R 27 C 399 362 39 87 14 2 12 50 31 86 3 0
Martin Cervenka R 28 C 366 338 36 74 15 1 10 38 21 107 1 0
Austin Wynns R 30 C 355 325 38 79 11 0 8 32 23 66 0 0
DJ Stewart L 27 LF 474 407 58 92 19 1 20 67 53 123 7 4
Rylan Bannon R 25 3B 532 478 58 109 23 3 15 56 44 125 5 4
Brett Cumberland B 26 C 370 317 41 61 15 1 11 38 35 122 0 2
Greg Cullen L 24 2B 454 400 48 87 16 4 7 34 41 99 1 3
Nick Ciuffo L 26 C 329 305 31 68 16 1 8 35 20 87 1 1
Ryan McKenna R 24 CF 575 514 66 120 23 5 12 54 47 141 15 10
Mason McCoy R 26 SS 573 533 56 127 19 7 4 39 33 118 8 3
Andrew Velazquez B 26 CF 364 332 42 73 13 4 8 32 25 101 14 6
Bryan Holaday R 33 C 220 199 20 44 9 0 4 24 15 39 1 1
Mason Williams L 29 CF 447 414 46 104 14 4 10 40 27 91 6 7
Richie Martin Jr. R 26 SS 440 402 44 89 16 5 8 36 25 107 13 4
Terrin Vavra L 24 SS 374 325 42 75 14 2 6 28 41 78 11 6
Tyler Nevin R 24 1B 531 476 57 111 21 3 13 47 49 114 5 2
Stevie Wilkerson B 29 2B 380 349 39 81 17 1 9 36 22 104 4 4
Yusniel Diaz R 24 RF 458 414 53 101 19 5 14 54 41 108 3 8
Chris Shaw L 27 LF 523 483 61 118 24 2 23 77 31 153 1 1
Jesmuel Valentín B 27 SS 420 381 42 83 17 2 8 37 32 105 6 4
Taylor Davis R 31 C 367 328 35 78 14 1 6 30 30 57 0 1
Richard Ureña B 25 SS 522 488 45 114 25 4 7 44 23 120 2 2
Malquin Canelo R 26 SS 494 451 45 94 19 3 6 33 32 150 10 6
Mark Trumbo R 35 RF 404 378 47 89 16 0 20 58 24 102 1 0
Cadyn Grenier R 24 SS 374 337 35 59 15 3 7 30 30 141 4 3
Robert Neustrom L 24 RF 345 323 31 68 16 1 7 32 18 87 3 3
Ryne Ogren R 24 2B 365 334 31 64 11 1 4 22 23 95 4 1
Chris Davis L 35 1B 383 343 32 61 12 0 11 41 34 141 1 0
Zach Jarrett R 26 RF 453 425 42 87 15 2 9 39 21 151 3 3
Ryan Ripken L 27 1B 332 319 26 64 10 1 5 26 10 99 0 1

Batters – Advanced
Player BA OBP SLG OPS+ ISO BABIP RC/27 Def WAR No. 1 Comp
Anthony Santander .267 .308 .489 112 .222 .287 5.4 3 2.0 George Wright
Pat Valaika .270 .305 .478 109 .208 .314 5.2 1 1.8 Jeff Kent
Trey Mancini .277 .332 .491 120 .214 .322 6.1 -5 1.8 Rondell White
Austin Hays .266 .306 .442 100 .175 .306 4.8 3 1.8 Glenn Wilson
Ryan Mountcastle .288 .324 .473 114 .186 .342 5.8 1 1.7 Delmon Young
Renato Nuñez .250 .312 .481 112 .231 .294 5.4 0 1.7 Ryan Shealy
José Rondón .245 .288 .439 94 .194 .292 4.5 4 1.6 Chris Woodward
Ramón Urías .259 .332 .429 106 .170 .311 5.1 0 1.5 Jim Davenport
Hanser Alberto .285 .307 .399 91 .114 .306 4.6 4 1.5 Placido Polanco
Adley Rutschman .229 .291 .373 80 .144 .272 3.9 4 1.5 Mickey Tettleton
Cedric Mullins .245 .296 .390 85 .145 .290 4.3 5 1.3 Pat Watkins
Rio Ruiz .236 .301 .403 90 .167 .280 4.2 5 1.3 Fritzie Connally
Chance Sisco .232 .334 .391 97 .159 .322 4.5 -7 1.0 Jarrod Saltalamacchia
Yolmer Sánchez .255 .320 .374 89 .119 .311 4.3 0 0.9 Mickey Morandini
Pedro Severino .240 .304 .390 87 .149 .284 4.3 -3 0.8 Dan Wilson
Martin Cervenka .219 .266 .358 68 .139 .290 3.3 7 0.7 Alvin Colina
Austin Wynns .243 .295 .351 76 .108 .283 3.7 2 0.6 Juan Espino
DJ Stewart .226 .323 .425 102 .199 .273 4.8 -5 0.6 Pat Brady
Rylan Bannon .228 .298 .383 84 .155 .278 3.9 -1 0.5 Mike Bell
Brett Cumberland .192 .303 .350 78 .158 .272 3.4 -1 0.5 Chad Kreuter
Greg Cullen .218 .308 .330 75 .113 .272 3.4 2 0.4 Doug Saunders
Nick Ciuffo .223 .268 .361 69 .138 .286 3.3 3 0.4 Eric Helfand
Ryan McKenna .233 .304 .368 82 .134 .299 3.8 -2 0.3 Xavier Paul
Mason McCoy .238 .284 .323 65 .084 .299 3.3 6 0.3 Anderson Hernandez
Andrew Velazquez .220 .279 .355 71 .136 .291 3.5 4 0.3 Herm Winningham
Bryan Holaday .221 .283 .327 66 .106 .256 3.2 3 0.3 Chris Ashby
Mason Williams .251 .297 .377 82 .126 .300 3.8 0 0.2 Cory Sullivan
Richie Martin Jr. .221 .278 .346 69 .124 .282 3.5 1 0.2 Luis Bolivar
Terrin Vavra .231 .315 .342 80 .111 .286 3.7 -4 0.1 Sam Khalifa
Tyler Nevin .233 .308 .372 84 .139 .281 4.0 2 0.1 Kurt Bierek
Stevie Wilkerson .232 .286 .364 76 .132 .305 3.5 1 0.1 Ron Oester
Yusniel Diaz .244 .314 .415 97 .171 .298 4.3 -4 0.0 Dwight Evans
Chris Shaw .244 .296 .445 98 .201 .309 4.7 -8 0.0 Chris Wakeland
Jesmuel Valentín .218 .282 .336 68 .118 .280 3.2 -1 -0.2 Tony Trevino
Taylor Davis .238 .301 .341 75 .104 .272 3.6 -6 -0.2 Jerry Grote
Richard Ureña .234 .267 .344 65 .111 .296 3.2 1 -0.3 Don Sparks
Malquin Canelo .208 .264 .304 55 .095 .298 2.7 4 -0.5 Mario Ramirez
Mark Trumbo .235 .282 .437 92 .201 .270 4.4 -9 -0.6 Eddie Williams
Cadyn Grenier .175 .251 .300 50 .125 .275 2.4 2 -0.7 Omar Bramasco
Robert Neustrom .211 .253 .331 58 .121 .266 2.8 0 -1.3 Kelcey Mucker
Ryne Ogren .192 .255 .266 43 .075 .255 2.3 -1 -1.4 Gil Velazquez
Chris Davis .178 .256 .309 53 .131 .262 2.6 0 -1.6 Larry Biittner
Zach Jarrett .205 .249 .313 52 .108 .294 2.6 0 -2.0 Daniel Carte
Ryan Ripken .201 .229 .285 39 .085 .274 2.1 -1 -2.3 Selwyn Langaigne

Pitchers – Standard
Player T Age W L ERA G GS IP H ER HR BB SO FIP
Kevin Smith L 24 9 8 4.58 25 25 116.0 113 59 17 54 114 4.67
John Means L 28 9 10 4.90 28 25 136.0 143 74 26 31 106 4.92
Tanner Scott L 26 4 3 3.70 64 0 65.7 55 27 6 36 80 3.76
Keegan Akin L 26 6 7 5.00 23 21 99.0 103 55 20 40 96 5.23
Chandler Shepherd R 28 6 7 5.15 24 21 117.0 133 67 21 37 90 5.08
Cesar Valdez R 36 5 5 5.00 16 15 86.3 94 48 14 27 61 4.95
Paul Fry L 28 4 3 4.10 61 1 63.7 58 29 7 30 68 4.12
Alex Cobb R 33 7 8 5.27 21 21 114.3 128 67 22 32 80 5.23
Dillon Tate R 27 4 4 4.89 28 10 73.7 77 40 10 27 54 4.78
Jorge López R 28 6 6 5.08 34 15 106.3 111 60 18 40 90 4.99
Zac Lowther L 25 8 10 5.33 24 24 121.7 124 72 23 59 113 5.41
Rob Zastryzny L 29 4 4 5.18 23 14 90.3 99 52 16 37 76 5.19
Cole Sulser R 31 5 4 4.43 50 2 61.0 57 30 9 28 65 4.44
Hunter Harvey R 26 4 4 4.96 29 9 61.7 63 34 11 23 57 4.92
Ashton Goudeau R 28 4 4 5.07 21 11 71.0 76 40 13 24 55 5.19
Bruce Zimmermann L 26 5 6 5.40 20 19 100.0 110 60 19 43 82 5.48
Dean Kremer R 25 5 7 5.46 20 20 97.3 104 59 20 45 96 5.42
Thomas Eshelman R 27 5 7 5.45 26 19 119.0 137 72 25 32 81 5.48
Claudio Custodio R 30 4 4 5.00 31 4 63.0 67 35 9 25 46 4.91
Kohl Stewart R 26 6 8 5.51 26 20 111.0 125 68 18 49 72 5.48
Travis Lakins Sr. R 27 4 4 4.93 47 5 65.7 69 36 10 32 57 5.07
Wade LeBlanc L 36 4 5 5.54 18 13 91.0 102 56 19 25 65 5.32
Shawn Armstrong R 30 3 2 4.58 53 0 55.0 51 28 9 25 58 4.78
Fernando Abad L 35 3 3 4.57 49 0 45.3 47 23 8 10 40 4.44
Mac Sceroler R 26 4 5 5.65 21 17 86.0 93 54 17 38 67 5.69
Tyler Herb R 29 6 9 5.70 22 21 115.3 134 73 22 50 78 5.76
Mickey Jannis R 33 5 7 5.72 19 18 107.0 125 68 21 40 66 5.79
Brady Rodgers R 30 2 3 5.76 15 12 59.3 69 38 13 19 38 5.86
Branden Kline R 29 3 3 4.88 42 0 51.7 51 28 8 25 48 4.90
Asher Wojciechowski R 32 7 9 5.74 27 22 116.0 129 74 28 42 104 5.82
Marcos Diplán R 24 3 5 5.59 35 12 77.3 79 48 13 54 74 5.74
DL Hall L 22 3 4 5.83 18 16 63.3 63 41 11 48 60 6.01
Tyler Wells R 26 4 5 5.86 13 12 58.3 64 38 13 25 48 5.92
Zach Muckenhirn L 26 3 3 4.95 47 0 60.0 59 33 8 33 56 4.90
Ty Blach L 30 5 7 5.76 29 19 120.3 144 77 22 39 71 5.40
Michael Baumann R 25 7 9 5.85 25 23 112.3 119 73 22 58 94 5.79
Danny Barnes R 31 3 3 5.21 47 0 48.3 46 28 9 26 51 5.17
Isaac Mattson R 25 5 5 5.08 48 0 78.0 78 44 12 37 67 5.04
Grayson Rodriguez R 21 4 6 6.22 16 15 59.3 63 41 11 38 41 6.33
Tim Naughton R 25 3 4 5.33 50 0 52.3 51 31 8 34 52 5.30
Tyler Erwin L 26 3 4 5.43 43 0 53.0 57 32 9 24 42 5.33
Cody Sedlock R 26 3 5 6.19 21 16 80.0 89 55 16 48 61 6.24
Conner Greene R 26 5 8 6.23 32 17 108.3 116 75 19 80 77 6.45
Alexander Wells L 24 5 8 6.37 23 23 120.0 148 85 30 42 73 6.44

Pitchers – Advanced
Player K/9 BB/9 HR/9 BB% K% BABIP ERA+ ERA- WAR No. 1 Comp
Kevin Smith 8.8 4.2 1.3 10.5% 22.2% .298 97 103 1.3 Mike Miller
John Means 7.0 2.1 1.7 5.4% 18.3% .286 91 110 1.1 Fritz Peterson
Tanner Scott 11.0 4.9 0.8 12.5% 27.8% .302 120 83 0.8 Shane Rawley
Keegan Akin 8.7 3.6 1.8 9.1% 21.9% .300 89 112 0.7 Scott Sauerbeck
Chandler Shepherd 6.9 2.8 1.6 7.1% 17.4% .308 86 116 0.6 Scott Erickson
Cesar Valdez 6.4 2.8 1.5 7.2% 16.2% .295 89 112 0.6 Mel Harder
Paul Fry 9.6 4.2 1.0 10.7% 24.3% .300 109 92 0.5 Carmen Cali
Alex Cobb 6.3 2.5 1.7 6.4% 16.1% .294 84 118 0.5 Bill Lee
Dillon Tate 6.6 3.3 1.2 8.3% 16.7% .294 91 110 0.5 Tommie Sisk
Jorge López 7.6 3.4 1.5 8.5% 19.2% .296 88 114 0.5 Ed Klieman
Zac Lowther 8.4 4.4 1.7 10.8% 20.7% .294 84 120 0.5 Greg Kubes
Rob Zastryzny 7.6 3.7 1.6 9.1% 18.8% .306 86 116 0.4 Chad Zerbe
Cole Sulser 9.6 4.1 1.3 10.5% 24.4% .296 101 99 0.4 Tony Fiore
Hunter Harvey 8.3 3.4 1.6 8.5% 21.1% .295 90 111 0.4 John Urrea
Ashton Goudeau 7.0 3.0 1.6 7.7% 17.6% .292 88 114 0.3 Bill Swaggerty
Bruce Zimmermann 7.4 3.9 1.7 9.5% 18.1% .301 82 121 0.3 Jake Chapman
Dean Kremer 8.9 4.2 1.8 10.3% 21.9% .308 82 123 0.2 Clemente Nunez
Thomas Eshelman 6.1 2.4 1.9 6.1% 15.5% .296 82 122 0.2 Josh Towers
Claudio Custodio 6.6 3.6 1.3 9.0% 16.5% .296 90 111 0.2 Jim Todd
Kohl Stewart 5.8 4.0 1.5 9.7% 14.3% .298 81 124 0.2 Bill Gogolewski
Travis Lakins Sr. 7.8 4.4 1.4 10.8% 19.2% .304 90 111 0.2 Frank Reberger
Wade LeBlanc 6.4 2.5 1.9 6.3% 16.5% .292 80 124 0.1 Mickey Weston
Shawn Armstrong 9.5 4.1 1.5 10.4% 24.1% .290 97 103 0.1 Doug Sisk
Fernando Abad 7.9 2.0 1.6 5.2% 20.9% .295 98 103 0.1 Steve Mingori
Mac Sceroler 7.0 4.0 1.8 9.8% 17.3% .291 79 127 0.0 Troy Chestnut
Tyler Herb 6.1 3.9 1.7 9.5% 14.8% .302 78 128 0.0 Chris Beasley
Mickey Jannis 5.6 3.4 1.8 8.3% 13.7% .297 78 128 0.0 Charlie Robertson
Brady Rodgers 5.8 2.9 2.0 7.2% 14.4% .293 77 129 -0.1 Joe Mays
Branden Kline 8.4 4.4 1.4 10.9% 21.0% .295 91 110 -0.1 Gary Wagner
Asher Wojciechowski 8.1 3.3 2.2 8.1% 20.0% .300 78 129 -0.1 Jaime Navarro
Marcos Diplán 8.6 6.3 1.5 14.8% 20.3% .301 80 125 -0.1 Tim Meeks
DL Hall 8.5 6.8 1.6 15.9% 19.9% .292 76 131 -0.1 Todd James
Tyler Wells 7.4 3.9 2.0 9.5% 18.2% .293 76 132 -0.1 Preston Larrison
Zach Muckenhirn 8.4 5.0 1.2 12.1% 20.6% .298 90 111 -0.1 Philip Barzilla
Ty Blach 5.3 2.9 1.6 7.3% 13.2% .303 77 129 -0.2 Dave Otto
Michael Baumann 7.5 4.6 1.8 11.3% 18.3% .292 76 131 -0.2 Jeff Fulchino
Danny Barnes 9.5 4.8 1.7 12.1% 23.7% .289 85 117 -0.3 Craig McMurtry
Isaac Mattson 7.7 4.3 1.4 10.7% 19.3% .291 88 114 -0.3 Larry Bearnarth
Grayson Rodriguez 6.2 5.8 1.7 13.7% 14.7% .283 72 140 -0.3 Dave Proctor
Tim Naughton 8.9 5.8 1.4 14.1% 21.6% .299 84 120 -0.4 Lloyd Allen
Tyler Erwin 7.1 4.1 1.5 10.0% 17.6% .298 82 122 -0.4 Danny Zell
Cody Sedlock 6.9 5.4 1.8 12.8% 16.2% .297 72 139 -0.5 Rob Purvis
Conner Greene 6.4 6.6 1.6 15.4% 14.8% .288 71 140 -0.8 Charlie Zink
Alexander Wells 5.5 3.2 2.3 7.7% 13.3% .299 70 143 -0.9 Jason Cromer

Players are listed with their most recent teams wherever possible. This includes players who are unsigned, players who will miss 2021 due to injury, and players who were released in 2020. So yes, if you see Joe Schmoe, who quit baseball back in August to form a Finnish industrial death metal fourth-wave ska J-pop band, he’s still listed here intentionally.

Both hitters and pitchers are ranked by projected zWAR, which is to say, WAR values as calculated by me, Dan Szymborski, whose surname is spelled with a z. WAR values might differ slightly from those which appear in the full release of ZiPS. Finally, I will advise anyone against — and might karate chop anyone guilty of — merely adding up WAR totals on a depth chart to produce projected team WAR. ZiPS is assuming that the designated hitter will continue in force in 2021; if it does not, there will be widespread minor adjustments across the board come April.

ZiPS is agnostic about future playing time by design. For more information about ZiPS, please refer to this article, or get angry at Dan on Twitter or something.





Dan Szymborski is a senior writer for FanGraphs and the developer of the ZiPS projection system. He was a writer for ESPN.com from 2010-2018, a regular guest on a number of radio shows and podcasts, and a voting BBWAA member. He also maintains a terrible Twitter account at @DSzymborski.

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bglick4
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I can’t help but hear Harry Kalas when I read Mickey Morandini. Anyway, I like the Sanchez addition. 2021 will be a fun year.

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And I can’t help but hear Harry Caray calling him “the dandy little glove-man.”

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Chip that is : )