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When the Baltimore Orioles begin a three-game series in Seattle on Friday night, play-by-play announcer Kevin Brown is anticipated to return to the booth following a 16-game sabbatical.

Before the team’s July 23 game against the Tampa Bay Rays at Tropicana Field, Brown made a statement regarding the team’s miserable record there over the previous three seasons. For that reason, the team effectively suspended Brown.

Many MLB announcers, as well as Hall of Fame broadcaster Al Michaels, came to Brown’s defense as he remained silent during his absence.

However, Brown finally addressed the controversy publicly Friday afternoon, writing in a social media thread that “recent media reports have mischaracterized my relationship with my adopted hometown Orioles.” He also called the league-leading Orioles “the most compelling story in baseball right now.”

According to the 33-year-old, he has a “wonderful” relationship with the team and “the front office has fully supported me since 2019 when I first came aboard.”

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In an attempt to defuse any further political tension, Brown urged supporters to “ignore the distracting noise of the past few days.” Furthermore, he seemed to dismiss any notion that he was trying to take his skills abroad.

“We are all good here in Birdland!”

Just hours before he was scheduled to return to the booth, play-by-play commentator for the Baltimore Orioles, Kevin Brown, spoke out for the first time on Friday over his suspension.

The Orioles punished Brown for acknowledging truthfully during a broadcast last month that the team hasn’t been very good in recent years. This sparked a backlash against the Orioles’ management and broad endorsement of Brown. At a Tuesday game at Camden Yards, fans even started chanting, “Free Kevin Brown!”

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