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  • Hammel sparkles as Orioles beat Blue Jays, 3-0

    Hammel sparkles as Orioles beat Blue Jays, 3-0
    Across baseball circles, the Orioles' acquisition of right-hander Jason Hammel was seen as pre-spring training snoozer. But over his first four starts in a Baltimore uniform, Hammel has made the majors take notice. Hammel -- who came to Baltimore with a...
  • Orioles send down Hunter and Paulino to add bullpen arms

    Orioles send down Hunter and Paulino to add bullpen arms
    A day after lasting just 4 1/3 innings in Sunday's marathon in Boston, right-handed starter Tommy Hunter was sent to Triple-A Norfolk, a move needed to bolster a bullpen that had to pitch 12 2/3 innings in one day. "I didn't throw well and they had to...
  • Pre-game: Orioles vs. Blue Jays (with updates on Wada, J. Johnson and Reimold)

    Pre-game: Orioles vs. Blue Jays (with updates on Wada, J. Johnson and Reimold)
    The Orioles are going for a three-game sweep against the Blue Jays tonight at Camden Yards on an overcast day here at Oriole Park. The Orioles (11-7) enter the night with a share of the AL East lead with Tampa Bay. Orioles left-hander Brian Matusz is...
  • Orioles notes: Nolan Reimold unlikely to return until late May

    Orioles notes: Nolan Reimold unlikely to return until late May
    Left fielder Nolan Reimold is scheduled to undergo an epidural injection in his sore neck Friday morning, but it appears very doubtful that he’ll be ready to come off the disabled list as soon as he becomes eligible Wednesday. Manager Buck...
  • Editorial: A shot in the arm

    It's very easy to be critical of government, to break out the cliches like "doing badly that which need not be done at all," and "I'm from the government; I'm here to help," but there are a number of necessary things that government does, does well and...
  • Orioles notebook: Tommy John surgery possible for Tsuyoshi Wada

    Orioles notebook: Tommy John surgery possible for Tsuyoshi Wada
    Injured Orioles left-hander Tsuyoshi Wada is still holding out hope for better news, but one of the team's biggest offseason investments might need Tommy John surgery to repair his left elbow, he said before Thursday's game. Wada has already seen Orioles...
  • Matusz has first quality start since 2010 as Orioles sweep Blue Jays

    Matusz has first quality start since 2010 as Orioles sweep Blue Jays
    It had been nearly 18 months since Brian Matusz pitched a game with the precision of the one he threw against the Toronto Blue Jays on Thursday night. During Matusz’s dubious losing streak – the longest in the major leagues – the...
  • 'Glee' recap, Props/Nationals

    'Glee' recap, Props/Nationals
    And the winner of the 2012 National Show Choir Championship is... New Directions...finally! I thought about teasing y'all with the Big Moment until the end of the recap, but if you're a diehard gleek, then you already know. Our glee kids get to take home...
  • No Jim Johnson? No problem for Orioles bullpen

    No Jim Johnson? No problem for Orioles bullpen
    It wasn’t that long ago when we looked at the Orioles bullpen and didn’t know what to make of it. Yes, there were plenty of quality arms – and several that entered the season with some track record of late-inning success – but the...
  • More younger people getting colorectal cancer

    More younger people getting colorectal cancer
    Carol Carr showed all the signs of colorectal cancer seven years ago, but doctors thought the 44-year-old Glen Burnie woman was too young to have the disease and never tested her for it. Instead, they said her diarrhea, vomiting, cramping, iron...
  • Chris Davis' first career grand slam leads Orioles to an 11-5 win over Yankees

    Chris Davis' first career grand slam leads Orioles to an 11-5 win over Yankees
    NEW YORK — Chris Tillman didn't feel well when he arrived at Yankee Stadium on Tuesday. Batting flu-like symptoms since a day before his last start, the Orioles sent him back to the team hotel early on Monday with antibiotics in hand, hoping some...
  • Chris Tillman battles through illness and early struggles to get a win

    Chris Tillman battles through illness and early struggles to get a win
    NEW YORK — One hitter away from being yanked in an embarrassing first inning, Orioles pitcher Chris Tillman took the sign from his battery mate on a 2-2 pitch. Matt Wieters called for a changeup. Tillman listened. As the bullpen stretched in a...