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  • Guthrie, Orioles squander 7-0 lead in loss to Red Sox

    Guthrie, Orioles squander 7-0 lead in loss to Red Sox
    The Orioles learned long ago that no lead is safe against the Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park, but they had plenty to feel good about after the top of the second inning Friday night. They had a seven-run advantage and their ace, Jeremy Guthrie, on the...
  • Starting to look familiar: Eaton latest to falter

    Starting to look familiar: Eaton latest to falter
    They're not looking for seven shutout innings or a complete-game, 10-strikeout masterpiece. The bar has been lowered so significantly already this season that Orioles manager Dave Trembley and pitching coach Rick Kranitz would probably settle for one of...
  • Uehara left stranded in Orioles' loss to Boston

    Uehara left stranded in Orioles' loss to Boston
    When Koji Uehara walked off the mound after becoming the first Orioles starter this season to get through the seventh inning, Dave Trembley waited at the top step of the dugout and gave him a hug. Uehara had just delivered the exact outing the Orioles...
  • Orioles driven out of Boston

    Orioles driven out of Boston
    A fate the Orioles couldn't even imagine when they led by seven runs with their ace, Jeremy Guthrie, on the mound in Friday's series opener became a reality Monday amid too many defensive miscues, poor relief outings and fruitless at-bats. The Boston Red...
  • Sweep is fitting end to Orioles' nightmare series

    Sweep is fitting end to Orioles' nightmare series
    A fate the Orioles couldn't even imagine when they led by seven runs with their ace, Jeremy Guthrie, on the mound in Friday's series opener became a reality Monday amid too many defensive miscues, poor relief outings and fruitless at-bats. The Boston Red...
  • An awful lot to like as O’s end awful skid

    An awful lot to like as O’s end awful skid
    I turned on the game and saw players lining up and smiling and fist-bumping each other. I saw the manager beaming and congratulating his coaches. Naturally, I thought: Wrong game. I'm looking for the Orioles. But these were the Orioles, believe it or...
  • One last hit parade

    ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. - Two months ago, Cal Ripken looked like everything he never wanted to be. He was batting a meager .210 on the June afternoon when he announced he would retire at the end of this season, a part-time third baseman playing out the...
  • Camden Yards' day at park becomes a national pastime

    It was never Larry Lucchino's intention to change the way baseball stadiums were built. It never entered his mind that the old-style brick ballpark, a short walk from the Inner Harbor, in the shadows of the historic B&O warehouse, with glorious views...
  • Red Sox fan loses '05 tickets

    The spectator who interfered with New York Yankees right fielder Gary Sheffield had his season tickets for 2005 revoked yesterday by the Boston Red Sox. A fan who spilled beer on Sheffield was prohibited from buying tickets for the rest of the season....
  • Final salute to Ripken

    The mayor named a street after him. A former president called him the best running story in baseball. A sell-out throng cheered his every move, lighting the sky with flashbulbs and the glint of metallic confetti, chanting, "Thank you, Cal." Cal Ripken...
  • Ripken timeline

    1960 - Aug. 24: Calvin Edwin Ripken Jr. is born in Havre de Grace, Md. 1978 - June 13: Ripken is selected in the second round of the amateur draft by the Orioles, the team's fourth pick. He begins pro career with Bluefield (W.Va.) in the rookie...
  • Road to future has fast lane to Aberdeen

    As he heads toward retirement, where it all started - to Aberdeen, Cal Ripken is looking back to where the big-league dreams first took hold. Back where a boy, with just a little imagination, could become Brooks Robinson, diving for the line drive,...