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Has Matt Wieters "Finally" Arrived?

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(L-R) Nolan Reimold #14, Nick Markakis #21, and J.J. Hardy #2 of the Baltimore Orioles congratulate teammate Matt Wieters #32 after Wieters hit a grand slam during the tenth inning against the Chicago White Sox at on April 16, 2012 in Chicago.
(L-R) Nolan Reimold #14, Nick Markakis #21, and J.J. Hardy #2 of the Baltimore Orioles congratulate teammate Matt Wieters #32 after Wieters hit a grand slam during the tenth inning against the Chicago White Sox at on April 16, 2012 in Chicago.

The Orioles currently have three hitters with a seasonal wOBA of around .450: outfielders Adam Jones (.447) and Nolan Reimold (.457), and also former future franchise savior Matt Wieters (.447). Jones and Reimold are surprises, of course, but this is exactly what one would expect from the rookie catcher after his domination of the minors.

Oh, wait, Wieters is actually in his fourth year in the majors.

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