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Currently that position is taken by Chris Davis.

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Since Aubrey Huff was moved through waivers the Orioles have tried out Luke Scott at first but then moved to Michael Aubrey, who they acquired from the Indians earlier this year.

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Kevin Millar was the starter in 2006, 2007, and 2008.

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Boog Powell

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