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  • Hammel pitching like an All-Star; talking like a team player

    Hammel pitching like an All-Star; talking like a team player
    One of the big discussions in the press box before Friday’s game was whether Jason Hammel will be an All-Star. Not whether he is worthy – he has been the Orioles’ best starter this season – but whether he’ll be named to...
  • 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...
  • Who in AL should get final All-Star spot?

    Give it to Royals' Broxton Ron Fritz Baltimore Sun As much as I like the work of the Rangers' Yu Darvish and the Orioles' Jason Hammel, let's give this one to the home team. I'd put Royals closer Jonathan Broxton on the team with the game being...
  • Orioles' Jason Hammel places third in AL All-Star Game final vote

    Orioles' Jason Hammel places third in AL All-Star Game final vote
    Orioles right-hander Jason Hammel finished third in the AL All-Star Game final vote fan balloting, which concluded Thursday afternoon. As expected, Rangers rookie right-hander Yu Darvish won the vote. White Sox right-hander Jake Peavy placed second....
  • Which MLB manager is having best season?

    Showalter masterful Peter Schmuck Baltimore Sun Buck Showalter has done a masterful job of squeezing enough out of the Orioles roster to keep them viable in the American League wild-card race this long. Really, there's no other way to explain how a...
  • Bats disappear in Orioles loss to White Sox

    Bats disappear in Orioles loss to White Sox
    Orioles right-hander Tommy Hunter grasped for answers after his team’s 8-1 loss to the White Sox on Wednesday night at U.S. Cellular Field.   The Orioles’ run of success on the road – filled with late-inning dramatics, plenty of home...
  • Lincecum flops in relief debut

    The Sports Xchange MLB Team Report - San Francisco Giants - INSIDE PITCH SAN FRANCISCO -- Since Tim Lincecum lost his job as a starter last week, San Francisco Giants manager Bruce Bochy raved about the bullpen sessions his bullpen sessions made....
  • Game roundup: Sale pitches White Sox past Tigers

    The Sports Xchange EditorsNote: Final update; will stand Game roundup: Sale pitches White Sox past Tigers CHICAGO -- It took a couple innings for Chris Sale to get his best stuff working, but he dominated the Detroit Tigers once he did Saturday...
  • Peavy flirts with no-hitter in Giants' 3-1 win

    The Sports Xchange By Dave Del Grande, The Sports Xchange Peavy flirts with no-hitter in Giants' 3-1 win SAN FRANCISCO -- On a night when hard-hit balls were finding defenders, and vice versa, it took a floater to deny San Francisco Giants right-hander...
  • Preview: Brewers at Giants

    San Francisco tries for its sixth consecutive victory when it hosts the first-place Milwaukee Brewers on Sunday in the finale of a three-game series as the Giants' starting rotation continues to dominate. San Francisco, which is two games clear in the...
  • San Francisco Giants - PlayerWatch

    RHP Jake Peavy has never pitched a no-hitter. Heck, he'd never taken a no-hitter into the eighth inning in his major-league career before Saturday night, when he was five outs from history before Milwaukee Brewers 1B Mark Reynolds denied him with a...
  • Barnes Pitching With A Major Purpose

    Barnes Pitching With A Major Purpose
    PAWTUCKET, R.I. — Matt Barnes caught the ball with an angry snatch, a loud pop. The runner had stolen second, reached third on an error, and was dusting himself off there as Barnes smoldered. The 91 mph fastball had worked for Barnes the first...