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Orioles decline Jordan Lyles’ option, making veteran right-hander a free agent

Orioles decline Jordan Lyles’ option, making veteran right-hander a free agent

Jordan Lyles becomes the Orioles’ fourth major league free agent, joining second baseman Rougned Odor, catcher Robinson Chirinos and first baseman Jesús Aguilar.
BaltimoreBaseball.com Nov 7, 2022

The offseason work begins now for the Orioles

Now that an exciting and tense World Series is over, it’s time for the business of constructing the 2023 Orioles. That business began on Sunday when first baseman/designated hitter Jesús Aguilar, catcher Robinson Chirinos and second baseman Rougned Odor were removed from the 40-man roster. None is expected to return. On Friday, the Orioles outrighted […]

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