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Jason Hammel didn’t begin the scoreboard watching until the end of the sixth inning Sunday afternoon. The right-hander took his seat in the Orioles dugout and thought to himself how quickly his first start of the season was going. He had thrown...
The Baltimore SunAcross baseball circles, the Orioles' acquisition of right-hander Jason Hammel was seen as pre-spring training snoozer. But over his first four starts in a Baltimore uniform, Hammel has made the majors take notice. Hammel -- who came to Baltimore with a...
Orioles right-hander Jason Hammel graded out his first Grapefruit League outing with his new team Thursday afternoon — in which he tossed a pair of scoreless innings in a 2-1 win over the Atlanta Braves at Ed Smith Stadium — as a "B, C-plus."...
The Baltimore SunCatcher Matt Wieters wasn't happy that he could not reach a mutual agreement with the Orioles on a 2012 salary, but he said Sunday that he would not hold a grudge after the club unilaterally renewed his contract. "They have the right to offer any...
Tags: Arbitration, Labor Legislation, Nick Markakis, Baseball, Trials
Former Orioles pitcher Jeremy Guthrie suffered from chronic non-support when he was in Baltmore and led the major leagues in losses two of the past three seasons, but Jeremy showed again on Wednesday night at Coors Field why he sometimes was his own...
Tags: Tim Lincecum, Colorado Rockies
When the question about this year's Opening Day starter is asked, Orioles manager Buck Showalter stiffens, then shakes his head. Showalter doesn't understand the label — or the importance — placed on naming an Opening Day starter. That person...
Brian Matusz arrived at Orioles spring training this week looking for a fresh start, hoping that an offseason dedicated to putting the memories of a nightmarish 2011 season behind him would begin to pay off. For Matusz, who at this time last season was...
The Baltimore SunSARASOTA, Fla -- We'll have a late start today because the Orioles' first full squad workout doesn't begin until noon. That's because most of the position players have to take their physicals beforehand. I wrote a story for today's Sun about left-...
Much has been made of the fact that there are a dozen candidates for the Orioles' starting rotation, but that's only half the story. The field of starting pitchers under consideration to be the Opening Day starter is almost as wide-open. When the...
The Baltimore SunLess than two weeks ago, Jason Hammel was ready for spring training in Arizona and preparing for another season in Colorado. On Saturday, Hammel arrived at the Orioles spring training complex in Sarasota – a new player in a new place after...
The Baltimore SunThe Orioles came to terms with their final arbitration-eligible player on Tuesday night, agreeing to a one-year, $6.15 million deal with center fielder Adam Jones. Jones, 26, would have had his hearing Friday in Florida. He was asking for $7.4 million,...
Tags: Arbitration, Willie Eyre, Baseball, Robert Andino, Trials
In the next month or so there will be plenty of books and magazines coming out with projections for the 2012 season. I like looking at them – not because they are accurate; many times they aren’t – but because it gives me an idea of how...
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