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• All full-time Oriole employees, which is approximately 90 people, and 11 players are participating in a ticket giveaway around Baltimore where fans who are showing their support with team gear will be randomly awarded free tickets for the team's upcoming homestand.

Each participant will be given six tickets to give away as part of the Orioles' random acts of kindness promotion and can be found anywhere in and around the city at places like grocery stores and gas stations.

• Kevin Gregg was released by the organization on Friday, meaning he is free to sign anywhere. Ryan Adams, who was also taken off the 40-man roster, was outrighted to Triple-A Norfolk.

• Two O's Minor Leaguers are participating in the World Baseball Classic qualifying games: Robbie Widlansky for Israel and Steven Bumbry for England.

• Major League Baseball removed an error from Orioles first baseman Mark Reynolds from Sept. 9 against the Yankees. Robinson Cano's ball down the right-field line in the top of the eighth inning was changed to a double.

• All full-time Oriole employees, which is approximately 90 people, and 11 players are participating in a ticket giveaway around Baltimore where fans who are showing their support with team gear will be randomly awarded free tickets for the team's upcoming homestand.

Each participant will be given six tickets to give away as part of the Orioles' random acts of kindness promotion and can be found anywhere in and around the city at places like grocery stores and gas stations.

• Kevin Gregg was released by the organization on Friday, meaning he is free to sign anywhere. Ryan Adams, who was also taken off the 40-man roster, was outrighted to Triple-A Norfolk.

• Two O's Minor Leaguers are participating in the World Baseball Classic qualifying games: Robbie Widlansky for Israel and Steven Bumbry for England.

• Major League Baseball removed an error from Orioles first baseman Mark Reynolds from Sept. 9 against the Yankees. Robinson Cano's ball down the right-field line in the top of the eighth inning was changed to a double.