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Vote for 2005 Orioles' All-Star

This year the Orioles will be sending at least two members of their team to the 2005 All-Star Game. After polling the team, the consensus is that shortstop Danny Cantu will be attending his second consecutive All-Star game at Alexian Field in two weeks. Pitchers and catchers are selected by the All-Star Team manager and Kyle Kristak is definitely deserving of being selected for the second straight year as well. Please cast your vote above for the other deserving Orioles All-Star.

Sponsors Needed

The Chicago Orioles would like to thank all of our sponsors from the 2004 season. As the Orioles enter the 2005 season we will be looking to establish themselves not only on the baseball diamond but also within the community. Any donation that can be made to help sponsor our team would be greatly appreciated. If you would be interested in sponsoring our team please contact Mike DeCook at (773)297-0999 or at chicagoorioles@hotmail.com. Please help us by continuing to support our sponsors. Visit our sponsor page for more details.

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Orioles Finish (W9-L13) for 2004

While the Orioles have made improvements over their inaugural season ((W3-L19)in 2003), many improvements need to be made for the 2005 season. While pitching and hitting were consistent, defense was not and the O's look to improve on this in the offseason. There were many reasons for the much improved record and to name an MVP would not do the team justice. While statistically Angel Bermudez was at the top of the list (top 10 in the league in almost every major offensive catagory), he was just one of the reasons the O's went 8-3 over their last 11 games. Brian Barr, mired in a slump for much of the first half of the season, turned it on and finished near the top of every O's offensive catagory. While timely hitting by players such as Brian were the catalyst, enough can't be said about the steady offensive production of Angel, Eric Bermudez and All-Star Danny Cantu. All three produced at a high level throughout the season. The teams top two pitchers, Brian and All-Star Kyle Kristak, were at times dominant during the second half. Brian averaged 9K/9IP with an ERA of 4.41, while Kyle averaged 13K/9IP with an ERA of 3.62. Their performances coupled with the steady pitching of Cesar Alcacio and Jeremy McDonald gave the O's the opportunity to win. The Orioles look to return their squad and are looking for the league championship.

Orioles All-Stars

2004 All-Stars
Danny Cantu (SS)
Kyle Kristak (P)

2003 All-Star
Joe Egan (P)


   
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