Steve Lombardozzi

Baltimore Orioles #12 - Second Base

  • Born: 09/20/88
  • Age: 25
  • Height: 6-0
  • Weight: 170
  • Bats/Throws: S/R

Who will play 2B when Manny Machado returns?

With Manny Machado on the mend to take over third base duties, the Orioles will have three players on the roster for one position. Who should take the bulk of the playing time at second base?

Sunday Bird Droppings

Tommy Goes Boom, yet the O's were survived. We're gonna be OK.

Sunday Bird Droppings

The sun will come out, tomorrow. Think happy thoughts. Oh, who am I kidding, the Orioles won't win another game this year. Gloom! Despair! And agony on me!

Reading Room: Jose Abreu manages his ankle

Plus: A tale of redemption, beer updates, and the Tigers find a shortstop (kinda)

Tuesday Bird Droppings

To paraphrase Ned Stark: Opening Day is coming. 6 more days...

Gonzalez trade leaves media and fans baffled

Reaction to the Tigers dealing young utility man Steve Lombardozzi for ancient utility man/stopgap shortstop Alex Gonzalez was negative to the extreme, despite the team's efforts at spin.

Tigers acquire SS Gonzalez for INF Lombardozzi

A curious trade that brings an aging shortstop to Detroit in exchange for a young, cost-controlled utility infielder.

Stephen Drew would take 1-year deal with Tigers

Stephen Drew would listen to a one-year offer from the Tigers, who just happen to be in need of a shortstop after the injury to Jose Iglesias.

Get to know Suarez, Perez and Worth

Three Tigers names you need to know in light of Jose Iglesias' lingering shin splints.

Better know a Tiger: Steve Lombardozzi

Steve Lombardozzi haunted us a generation ago. Can Steve Jr. make amends?

Plenty Of Interest In Nationals' 2B Danny Espinosa

Matt Williams said he was told that multiple teams had inquired about Danny Espinosa's availability. The Nationals, however, according to nationals.com writer Bill Ladson, are in no rush to trade the 26-year-old Nats' infielder...

Why Do The Nats Seem To Trust Danny Espinosa?

Not even Danny Espinosa's plus defense could save the 26-year-old from a demotion to Triple-A last season. Washington's Opening Day second baseman's offensive struggles were too much of an issue and they continued in the minors. Can he find himself?

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