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  • Orioles pitchers need to be careful heading into NL territory

     
    As the Orioles continue a two-week stretch of Interleague play and go on the road for nine games beginning Friday in Milwaukee, they head into uncharted territory for 2008. For the first time this season, the Orioles pitchers will have......
  • Good Knight? Good Luck!

     
    Speaking of the Yankees. With a pitching staff beaten up by injuries -- the most recent being a base-running misadventure by Chien-Ming Wang -- New York has signed former Oriole Sidney Ponson, the occasionally benighted knight.Ponson was last seen in the....
  • Uehara solid; Orioles' bats come up big

    Uehara solid; Orioles' bats come up big
    It was both historic and unspectacular. It also was enough for Koji Uehara and his Orioles teammates to feel satisfied with the right-hander's indoctrination to major league baseball, a 7-5 victory over the New York Yankees. "The Yankees have a great...
  • O's lose momentum after missed chances, error

    O's lose momentum after missed chances, error
    The momentum the home team built in beating the New York Yankees in the first two games of the series started to seep away in the third inning Thursday when A.J. Burnett struck out Aubrey Huff on a wicked curveball with the count full, the bases loaded...
  • Saturday's local baseball roundup: Walk-off blast in 11th by Charlotte dooms Tides

    International League: Josh Richmond launched a two-run home run in the bottom of the 11th inning Saturday night, enabling the Charlotte Knights (60-76) to walk off with a 5-3 victory over the Norfolk Tides before the second-largest crowd in BB&T...
  • Tyler Danish adjusting well to high Class A

    Tyler Danish adjusting well to high Class A
    When Tyler Danish made the move to high Class A Winston-Salem in May, the White Sox pitching prospect said he faced something he hadn't encountered in a long, long time — failure. The 19-year-old right-hander gave up 12 earned runs in 112/3...
  • Thursday's multi-sport local and college roundup: NSU rallies past Apprentice as both teams prepare for baseball postseason

    Colleges: Baseball: In a hastily arranged tuneup for both teams' postseason play, Norfolk State scored twice in the eighth inning to beat the visiting Apprentice School 4-3. Woodside High graduate Justin Burrell, who had two hits, scored the tying...
  • Asche, Fields only IronPigs among all-star voting leaders

     
    Third baseman Cody Asche is the highest-ranking IronPig in the on-line voting for the International League all-star squad which will meet the Pacific Coast League in the annual Triple-A All-Star game next month in Reno. Asche is second to Buffalo's Andy...
  • Nationals vs. Cardinals: Washington falls flat with chance to clinch NL East

    Nationals vs. Cardinals: Washington falls flat with chance to clinch NL East
    The Washington Post By Adam Kilgore, Published: September 30 ST. LOUIS — The Washington Nationals played 158 games for the opportunity they arrived at Sunday morning. The baseball season is a complex, twisted endeavor, and the Nationals had reduced...
  • Nats to host Cards as playoff baseball returns to Washington

    Nats to host Cards as playoff baseball returns to Washington
    By Barry Svrluga The Washington Post By this point in the season, with the weather turned crisp and Nationals Park preparing to host the most meaningful baseball game in its young existence, it is difficult to remember back to February, when the...
  • Nationals face Strasburg dilemma

    Nationals face Strasburg dilemma
    WASHINGTON (AP) -- Stephen Strasburg chuckled the moment the subject was broached. His response sounded as if it had been memorized off a note card. "I have no clue how many innings I'm going to throw this year," he said. "I've answered that question...
  • Nationals with a seven-game lead on the Braves: `Eight would be better'

    Nationals with a seven-game lead on the Braves: `Eight would be better'
    by James Wagner The Washington Post The most frustrated team in baseball may be the Atlanta Braves. They carry the National League’s third-best record but can’t get out of second place. They’ve now lost four straight. The Nationals...