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Topic - Brian Ward
Brian Ward, a minor league catcher, sat on a chair in front of his locker in the Orioles' big-league spring training clubhouse. When asked to describe Baltimore shortstop J.J. Hardy, Ward spoke in a hushed tone.
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When asked to describe Baltimore shortstop J.J. Hardy, Ward spoke in a hushed tone.
"He is unreal. I can't even explain it," said Ward, who played at Single-A Frederick last year.