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Johan Santana

Starting left-handed pitcher for the New York Mets.
Starting left-handed pitcher for the New York Mets. « Show less

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  • Orioles make just one minor addition

    The Sports Xchange MLB Team Report - Baltimore Orioles BALTIMORE -- Buck Showalter has a catchphrase he likes to use when speaking about his club: "I like our guys." The manager's mantra is so popular that the Baltimore Orioles even gave away T-shirts...
  • Orioles faced with good problem to have

    The Sports Xchange MLB Team Report - Baltimore Orioles - INSIDE PITCH BALTIMORE -- Strong pitching from the starting rotation is a big reason that the Baltimore Orioles rebounded after a bit of a slow start to take over first place in the American...
  • Orioles' starting pitchers look sharp

    The Sports Xchange MLB Team Report - Baltimore Orioles - INSIDE PITCH SEATTLE - The Baltimore Orioles are feeling a lot better about their starting rotation after the recent road trip. Six of Baltimore's past seven starts have seen an Orioles pitcher...
  • Orioles: Reimold 'far ahead of schedule'

    SARASOTA, Fla. - Nolan Reimold wants to stop talking about his neck. The Baltimore Orioles outfielder has played just 56 games in the last two seasons after two neck surgeries to correct a herniated disc. Manager Buck Showalter said Wednesday that...
  • Orioles: Machado not ruling himself out

    PORT CHARLOTTE, Fla. - Manny Machado isn't ready to rule himself out of Opening Day yet. With the Baltimore Orioles' March 31 opener rapidly approaching, Machado said on Saturday morning, he wants to test his surgically repaired left knee first....
  • Lough and behold, Orioles win in extras

    BALTIMORE - Orioles left fielder David Lough had missed the past few games because of a lingering neck injury that nearly caused him to be placed on the disabled list. So the last thing he needed was a bunch of big guys pounding him about the head and...
  • Orioles Notebook: Sickness hitting Orioles hard

    BALTIMORE - Hospital masks and tubs of Purell are welcome inside the Orioles' clubhouse these days. Flu-like symptoms are making their presence known among Baltimore's baseball team, and Tuesday's casualties included center fielder Adam Jones and...
  • Orioles Notebook: Hardy nearing return to lineup

    BALTIMORE - J.J. Hardy doesn't like missing games, and his goal each season is to play in all 162. But because of his lower back injury, the Baltimore Orioles shortstop has had to lower that lower that goal. "If I don't play today, I think that will...
  • Notebook: Replays an unknown for Showalter, rest of league

    BALTIMORE -- Buck Showalter hasn't had to use his first replay challenge yet. But soon enough, there will be a play that the Baltimore Orioles manager feels an umpire called wrong and he'll have to consult with his replay guy to determine whether or...
  • Late blunder proves costly in O's loss to Red Sox

    BOSTON - The Baltimore Orioles had a five-run lead Sunday night, and somehow it all went away. The Orioles' defense, which had been superb, undermined them and they lost to the Boston Red Sox in the ninth inning, 6-5, before 33,947 at Fenway Park....
  • Orioles Notebook: Davis feeling better

    BALTIMORE - Chris Davis was optimistic before Saturday's game that he would be able to avoid the disabled list. It turns out, he won't be that fortunate. Davis is headed to the 15-day disabled list with a strained left oblique. The Baltimore Orioles...
  • Analysis: Pitching decisions looming for Orioles

    Tommy Hunter hasn't been getting the job done as closing pitcher for the Baltimore Orioles. The Orioles' starting rotation hasn't been able to pitch deep into games on a consistent basis. Some nights those starters look masterful and pitch seven...