April 21, 2007

On the importance of team chemistry in the Orioles' clubhouse

I know that sometimes it gets overhyped, but I've long believed that this team had plenty of talent in the past, but malcontents in the clubhouse made it hard to capitalize on said talent.

I've noticed in their play a difference in attitude, too. In past years, if the best players weren't playing well, the team would have given up and lost. This year, it seems they are using everything at their disposal to get the job done.

You want good chemistry in the clubhouse? Win more than you lose. Everybody is happy. Start losing badly again and that chemistry will become a stink bomb.

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