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MMO Exclusive: Former Shortstop, Mike Bordick

As an undrafted free agent, Mike Bordick was happy for an opportunity in pro ball. Coming off a strong junior season in which he hit .364 for the University of Maine, Bordick was hopeful that he would get a phone call from one of the 26 teams during the 1986 MLB Draft.
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Orioles Hall of Famer Mike Bordick and League of Dreams giving gift of baseball to region’s youth with disabilities

When Mike Bordick gets recognized, a small part of him isn’t surprised. He spent 14 years in the major leagues, six of those as an Oriole en route to making the franchise’s hall of fame. He followed that with a lengthy stint as a broadcaster for the team’s Mid-Atlantic Sports Network. So when a young woman with a mental disability approached him at a Baltimore City Therapeutic Recreation event ...
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Former Orioles SS Mike Bordick On Teaching Baseball

Stan “The Fan” Charles and Ross Grimsley talk with former Orioles shortstop Mike Bordick about his work with The Baseball Warehouse and the art and science of teaching baseball. • World Series Breakdown With Former Orioles Manager Dave Trembley. • Talking Orioles With Rich Dubroff. • Talking Baseball With Dan...
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Talking Baseball With Former Orioles SS Mike Bordick

Stan “The Fan” Charles and Ross Grimsley talk with former Orioles shortstop Mike Bordick about his career in Baltimore, the nonprofit he’s working with now and more. • Talking Baseball With Orioles Great Boog Powell. • Rick Dempsey: The Best Pitches I Ever Caught. • Catching Up With Orioles Alumni...
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Mike Bordick Defends Tony La Russa … And Has A Suggestion For Baseball

Former Orioles shortstop Mike Bordick defended Chicago White Sox manager Tony La Russa for his outspoken response to White Sox designated hitter Yermin Mercedes swinging away and hitting a home run on a 3-0 count off a position player with an 11-run lead, but suggests a change in how blowout games are handled.
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