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  • Five questions on the 2012 Orioles

    Five questions on the 2012 Orioles
    The big question swirling around the Orioles right now is what happens with the club's top executive post and, subsequently, its manager. There was no more clarity on the situation Friday. The belief remains that president of baseball operations Andy...
  • Rosecroft, Jockey Club fail to reach simulcast agreement

    Rosecroft Raceway and members of the state's thoroughbred industry, including the Maryland Jockey Club, are expected to enter into binding arbitration to resolve a dispute over simulcasting fees. The parties failed to reach an agreement by the Oct. 1...
  • Tigers' success starts at top

    Like Rudolf Nureyev, the Tigers have turned on a dime. They appeared to be downsizing less than two years ago when they traded Curtis Granderson and Edwin Jackson in moves that seemed to show owner Mike Ilitch's concern over a bloated payroll. But that...
  • Layoffs, furloughs on table in Balto. Co. amid buyout talk

    Even as the Baltimore County Council weighs an employee buyout plan that could chop millions from next year's budget, officials are leaving open the possibility of layoffs and furloughs. Council members discussed the early retirement proposal at a...
  • Four to receive Maryland consumer-rights awards

    Two political leaders, an advocate for seniors and a community activist are to receive consumer-rights awards this month. The Maryland Consumer Rights Coalition said Thursday that it was naming U.S. Rep. Elijah E. Cummings the "Federal Champion of the...
  • Some Orioles thoughts (non-tenders, Cespedes, international signings)

    Some Orioles thoughts (non-tenders, Cespedes, international signings)
    Tonight at midnight is the non-tender deadline for players who are arbitration-eligible. In other words, the Orioles have to decide whether they want to keep their players who can go through the arbitration process or allow them to be free agents. The...
  • For farmers, a fairer market

    For farmers, a fairer market
    Whether it was on my "rural tour" of states throughout the country or at workshops with the Department of Justice to discuss competition in agriculture, time and again, livestock and poultry producers have emphasized the need for a fair and competitive...
  • Orioles decline to tender 2012 contract to Luke Scott

    Orioles decline to tender 2012 contract to Luke Scott
    The Orioles decided Monday not to tender a 2012 contract to outfielder Luke Scott, allowing their 2010 Most Valuable Oriole to become a free agent, according to an industry source. The decision is not a surprise considering that Scott, 33, batted just...
  • Orioles renew Wieters, sign 17 other players under club reserve

    Orioles renew Wieters, sign 17 other players under club reserve
         SARASOTA, Fla. -- The Orioles renewed the contract of star catcher Matt Wieters on Saturday and announced they have agreed to terms with 17 other players who are under club reserve and were not eligible for salary arbitration. That completes the...
  • Wieters: Not holding a grudge about contract renewal

    Wieters: Not holding a grudge about contract renewal
    Catcher Matt Wieters wasn't happy that he could not reach a mutual agreement with the Orioles on a 2012 salary, but he said Sunday that he would not hold a grudge after the club unilaterally renewed his contract. "They have the right to offer any...
  • Orioles decide to keep RHP Brad Bergesen

    Orioles decide to keep RHP Brad Bergesen
    The Orioles have decided to offer a 2012 contract to right-hander Brad Bergesen as well as six others who are eligible for arbitration this winter. Of their nine arbitration-eligible players, only two were not offered contracts on Monday: lefty Jo-Jo...
  • So much for your day in court

    If you think you will have your day in court when aggrieved by civil injustice, think again. More likely, you will be headed for a meeting run by a professional arbitrator. Ironically, the Supreme Court is to blame. It is leading a quiet transformation by...