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Baltimore Orioles All Stars

Jul 19, 2013

Here at Samuelson’s, we don’t just write about jewelry. We also write about our beloved City of Baltimore. You may have seen our 1983 Baltimore Orioles World Series ring in past blog posts. In this post we just want to mention our All Stars and what they did on Tuesday.

Chris Davis: Had a single and made it to the 2nd round of the Home Run Derby

Adam Jones: Double

JJ Hardy: RBI fielder’s choice

Manny Machado: Strikeout but a stellar play at 3rd

Chris Tillman: Did not play

What a great achievement for our beloved O’s – FIVE ALL STARS! Let’s hope we can get to the postseason.

Please stop downand ask us to see our 1983 Orioles World Series Ring and see one of Samuelson’s All Star Salespeople!

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