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Mike Bordick    

Retired Professional Baseball Shortstop; Color Analyst for the Orioles

After attending the University of Maine, where he played college baseball for the Black Bears, Mike signed as an amateur free agent with the Oakland Athletics in 1986. He made his Major League Baseball debut on April 11, 1990 with the Athletics. He signed with the Baltimore Orioles during the 1996 off season. The Orioles signed Bordick to take over at shortstop for Hall of Fame and Gold Glove shortstop Cal Ripken, Jr., as Ripken moved to third base.

Bordick set records for most consecutive error-less games (110) and chances (543) by a shortstop. He was selected to the 2000 All-Star Game. After an injury to the Mets' Rey Ordóñez, on July 28, 2000 Bordick was traded to the New York Mets for Melvin Mora, and minor leaguers Mike Kinkade, Pat Gorman and Lesli Brea. Bordick was a member of the 1997 Orioles team that lost in the American League Championship Series to the Cleveland Indians, and the New York Mets that lost the Subway Series to the New York Yankees in the 2000 World Series.

Following the end of his playing career, Bordick worked as a roving minor league instructor for the Blue Jays. In 2010, he rejoined the Orioles organization as the minor league offensive coordinator, and in 2011, he was the Orioles' temporary bullpen coach for several series. In 2012-13 he has served as a part-time color analyst for Orioles telecasts on MASN, alternating games with Jim Palmer.

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Mike Bordick Joins The Scott Garceau Show « CBS Baltimore

Former Oriole shortstop and current MASN broadcaster Mike Bordick joins Jeremy and Ken. Mike talks about Chris Davis and what he needs to do to break out ...

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MASN Orioles play-by-play man Mike bordick joined Bob & Steve to talk about the Baltimore Orioles.

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