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  • Kevin Hickey, former Orioles reliever, dies at age 56

    Kevin Hickey, former Orioles reliever, dies at age 56
    Kevin Hickey, the quirky left-handed reliever who pitched parts of three seasons for the Orioles including the storybook 1989 "Why Not?" season, died Wednesday at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago. He was 56. A Chicago native who spent three of...
  • Orioles notebook: Brian Roberts says he's closer than ever to returning

    Orioles notebook: Brian Roberts says he's closer than ever to returning
    Orioles second baseman Brian Roberts knew the significance of Wednesday's date. It marked the one-year anniversary of Roberts' last game, when his headfirst slide at Fenway Park triggered a second wave of concussion symptoms May 16, 2011. Roberts said...
  • This week in sports history in The Sun: May 20-26

    This week in sports history in The Sun:  May 20-26
    May 22, 1988: Beginning the day with the worst record in the majors (8-33), the Orioles defeat Seattle, 7-2, giving them back-to-back victories for the first time in 46 games, over two seasons. Larry Sheets and Cal Ripken Jr. each hit a two-run homer...
  • The Sun Remembers

    The Sun Remembers
    May 30, 1982: In an inauspicious start to a historic streak, 21-year-old Cal Ripken Jr. bats eighth and goes hitless in the Orioles' 6-0 loss to the last-place Toronto Blue Jays. An announced Memorial Stadium crowd of 21,632 sees the start of Ripken's...
  • Hunter rocked in Orioles' 6-2 loss to Blue Jays

    Hunter rocked in Orioles' 6-2 loss to Blue Jays
    Tommy Hunter's words carried considerable concern. Following the Orioles right-hander's shortest outing of this young season Monday night against a Blue Jays lineup that used his fastball for batting practice, Hunter had few answers. He entered the...
  • Blue Jays' Tony LaCava turns down Orioles

    Blue Jays' Tony LaCava turns down Orioles
    Two days before baseball's free-agency period begins in earnest, the Orioles are still looking for a general manager. They thought they were close Tuesday, when they made an offer to Toronto Blue Jays assistant GM Tony LaCava, a 50-year-old baseball...
  • Dan Duquette one of likely only four more to interview for Orioles' GM job

    Dan Duquette one of likely only four more to interview for Orioles' GM job
    The Orioles' parade of general manager candidates started again Thursday with former club executive Scott Proefrock and will continue Friday with former Boston Red Sox and Montreal Expos general manager Dan Duquette. It also is expected to include New...
  • Arrieta has career-worst outing as Orioles fall to Phillies, 9-6

    Arrieta has career-worst outing as Orioles fall to Phillies, 9-6
    Earlier this year, when Jake Arrieta was named the Orioles' youngest Opening Day starter since Mike Mussina, he talked about the magnitude of the honor and the leadership responsibility it carried. Feeling fully recovered from August elbow surgery,...
  • 2 former Orioles batboys say they were abused by former Red Sox clubhouse manager

    As a teenager growing up in the shadow of Memorial Stadium, working as a batboy in the clubhouses with the Baltimore Orioles and opposing teams was a dream job for Ronald Shelton. But Shelton said he quietly left the job before he had planned to do so...
  • Good afternoon, Baltimore: Monday lunchtime lowdown

    ON THE SITE... Light traffic reported on routes around JFX lane closures: A Monday morning accident and stalled vehicle on the southbound Jones Falls Expressway worsened a commute city transportation officials had already warned would be difficult...
  • Adam Jones, Jim Johnson, Matt Wieters make All-Star team

    Adam Jones, Jim Johnson, Matt Wieters make All-Star team
    The Orioles have not represented themselves particularly well of late, but at least they’ll be well-represented at the All-Star Game. Center fielder Adam Jones, closer Jim Johnson and catcher Matt Wieters have been chosen by their peers to play...
  • 'People are hungry for this'

    'People are hungry for this'
    Two Sundays ago the Orioles won for the 41st time, guaranteeing a winning record at the mathematical mid-point of the season — Wednesday's game in Seattle will be their 81st — for the first time since 2008. Despite a recent swoon, the club...