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There were some anxious moments, but the meltdown that everyone predicted whenever a starter not named Jeremy Guthrie or Koji Uehara takes the mound for the Orioles never occurred Friday night. Then again, Mark Hendrickson was pitching in April, so...
Tags: Sports, George Sherrill, Baseball, Brian Roberts, Tampa Bay Rays
sun reporterNearly a year after the Rafael Palmeiro steroid scandal and months removed from the federal government's inquiries into Miguel Tejada 's vitamin B-12 usage, the Orioles are again intertwined in an investigation involving drugs and baseball. Former...
Tribune reporterAfter making the long and winding trek from the visitors' clubhouse to the dugout late Tuesday afternoon, Baltimore third baseman Melvin Mora looked out at Wrigley Field and let out a big sigh. "It's already 1-0, Cubs," Mora said with a straight face,...
Sun reporterRafael Palmeiro gave the downtrodden Orioles a reason to be boastful in March 2005, when he wagged his finger on national television and proclaimed to a congressional committee on steroids that he had never, ever taken performance-enhancing drugs. While...
Tribune staff reporterAs the chances to land a marquee starting pitcher appear to fade, Orlando Hernandez is looking more like the seasoned pitcher the White Sox envisioned. Hernandez limited Baltimore, one of the top offensive teams in the American League, to two runs over...
Tags: Baseball, Carl Everett, Baltimore Orioles, Sidney Ponson, Sports
The Orioles were well aware of the long-term ramifications, like the elbow injury to No. 3 starter Alfredo Simon and the taxing of their bullpen, but they opted to overlook them to celebrate an impressive and unlikely win considering the circumstances...
A fate the Orioles couldn't even imagine when they led by seven runs with their ace, Jeremy Guthrie, on the mound in Friday's series opener became a reality Monday amid too many defensive miscues, poor relief outings and fruitless at-bats. The Boston Red...
Sun ReporterHe's considered the most prepared player to wear an Orioles uniform, perhaps the most prepared athlete in the history of the game. So it's fitting that days before he'll stand on a dais in Cooperstown, N.Y., and attempt to summarize his stellar 21-season...
Tribune reporterAfter blowing a three-run lead Thursday night, manager Ozzie Guillen was more curious about how the White Sox would rebound rather than appraising the manner in which they suffered a 6-5 loss in 10 innings at Baltimore. "The biggest thing is how we're...
Tags: Baseball, Soccer, Carlos Quentin, Gavin Floyd, Sports
Tribune staff reporterThe White Sox looked out of sorts Monday night in an 8-1 loss to Baltimore, and their lineup and roster might include a few changes the next few days. Second baseman Tadahito Iguchi left in the fifth inning when he suffered a mild left ankle sprain after...
Sun ReporterAn hour before last night's game at Camden Yards, Cal Ripken walked away from a TV interview and spotted a couple of longtime season-ticket holders behind home plate. He hopped the guardrail and went into the stands, just three old friends sharing a...
Sun reporterMore than 600 miles from Camden Yards, baseball fans in this Savannah River city are wearing Orioles jerseys in malls where country music plays and in restaurants where the iced tea is served sugary sweet. The proliferation of Orioles garb in a...
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