Dave Trembley: Giddy With Excitement
As mentioned earlier today, the Orioles young pitchers appear to be a bright spot on the horizon for a long-suffering franchise and Manager Dave Trembley couldn't be happier.
Trembley was effusive in his praise of the Orioles' young arms, so much so that he took to using some rather amusing analogies in describing them.
In talking about 2008 first round pick Brian Matusz, Trembley is reminiscent of Roller Girl discussing Dirk Diggler in Boogie Nights.
"I don't know what Matusz is like when you talk to him. When I talk to him, he's got a twinkle in his eye. He's got a lot of confidence. He's got a toolbox and he knows how to use the tools that are in that toolbox. He's going to be very good."
However, Trembley may have saved his best remark for when he was describing all of the team's young guns.
"I think it sends a message to the other guys. The cavalry is coming. There are guys on the way and they're going to get here quickly. Competition is a wonderful thing. Wonderful. Those guys are going to be here, I'm convinced of it, at some point in time."
And so a nickname is born. The Cavalry.
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