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B.J. Surhoff

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  • Notes: Orioles historically bad with runners in scoring position Wednesday afternoon

    Notes: Orioles historically bad with runners in scoring position Wednesday afternoon
    NEW YORK — For only the second time since the Orioles moved to Baltimore, they went hitless in at least 15 at-bats with runners in scoring position in Wednesday's 12-3 loss to the Yankees. Like Tuesday, the runners, the instruments for another...
  • McKay never outgrew state roots

    Jim McKay saw so much of the world during his lengthy and legendary broadcasting career. His syrupy voice, endearing charm and calming presence always made viewers of ABC's Wide World of Sports feel at home, whether he was profiling cliff divers in...
  • What they're saying about the Orioles

    Here's a roundup of what the national media are saying about the Orioles: • Steve Henson of Yahoo Sports gives the Orioles a B-minus in his list of midseason grades: Such a shame the Orioles are in a division with those powerhouse Rays, and, oh...
  • Ripken to visit South Africa in envoy role

    Cal Ripken Jr.'s personal mission to teach baseball to children around the world will continue next spring, when the Hall of Fame Oriole and other Ripken Baseball representatives visit South Africa. It will be the second time in about 18 months that...
  • While waiting for the first pitch...

     
    It’s always fun to watch Miguel Tejada “stretch” before batting practice. Tejada left the group to shakes hands with B.J. Surhoff, who was standing behind the cage. Once that conversation ended, Tejada took a seat on the ground…...
  • Updating the game

     
    Daniel Cabrera allowed six earned runs (seven total) and walked five batters in five innings. He served up two home runs. He threw 104 pitches, including 32 in the first.And he led, 9-7.Cabrera won't get the win. Such a pity.......
  • An accessible upscale experience

    An accessible upscale experience
    You might find yourself sitting in your comfortable booth in the Stanford Grill's big, wide-open dining room saying things like, "You know what, these are really amazing ribs," or, "Actually, this steak is fantastic." All along, the food the Stanford...
  • A tribute brighter than Elrod's smile

    The stoic Hall of Famer, the one with the icy glare and unnerving calm in baseball's most pressured situations, stood outside the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen in a spitting rain yesterday contemplating his most difficult challenge. An hour earlier,...
  • Hendricks' 'Oriole Way' gone, current O's are just wayward

    It was an appropriate sendoff. Elrod Hendricks was remembered fondly by his family, friends and former teammates in a heartfelt and spiritual memorial service yesterday that drew 1,000 mourners to the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen. What else would you...
  • Q&A with David Steele

    Evagelos, Baltimore: Hello, David. Let me start off by saying, I have been a long-time reader of your column and love the you tell it the way it is while staying open and objective. My question has to do with our two defensive stars, Ray Lewis/Ed Reed,...
  • Palmeiro suspended

    Five months after adamantly denying before Congress that he had used steroids, Orioles first baseman Rafael Palmeiro has been suspended for violating Major League Baseball's policy on the banned substance. The suspension, announced yesterday, will last...
  • Media uproar: ESPN news editor enters Baseball Hall of Shame

     
    I know this is the time of year when all the wacky Oscar pundits start getting a little overcaffeinated, arguing over whether "True Grit" really deserves to be a best picture front-runner or how the academy has once again schlooped......