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  • The Greatest Oriole

    The flag, which fluttered above left field at Memorial Stadium, was a study in simplicity - a surprisingly unobtrusive reminder of the day that Frank Robinson became the only player to hit a baseball completely out of the old ballpark. Maybe you have...
  • Robinson is Expo only in uniform

    JUPITER, Fla. - Hall of Famer Frank Robinson looks so trim in his new Montreal Expos uniform that it's difficult to believe he is 66 years old or that he has spent nearly a half-century in professional baseball. Indeed, he looks so good - so energized to...
  • Dawn of a new day for ex-Expos in D.C.

    VIERA, Fla. - Frank Robinson clasps his hands behind his head, leans back on his desk chair and begins telling reporters about the progress of a relief pitcher when he's interrupted by laughter. In the room connecting to Robinson's spring training...
  • F. Robinson manages 900th win

    Brian Schneider hit a three-run homer, and the Montreal Expos connected four times off Jose Lima in beating the visiting Los Angeles Dodgers, 6-3, last night. Montreal manager Frank Robinson, a Hall of Fame player who spent six of his 21 seasons as a...
  • Frank Robinson timeline

    2005 - Robinson stayed with the Expos organization as manager when it relocated to Washington D.C. and the team's name was changed to the Washington Nationals. The Nationals went 81-81. 2002 - Hired as Montreal Expos manager. 1991 - Baltimore Orioles...
  • Sold! Angelos scored with 93 home run

    It was a time when Peter G. Angelos was known as the "king of asbestos." He was cast as a civic white knight, using the millions he had earned representing workers with asbestos-related illnesses to return the Baltimore Orioles to local ownership. On...
  • Baseball set to strengthen steroid policy

    SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. - Major League Baseball is expected to announce today a new steroid testing policy that would include penalties for first-time offenders. The announcement will most likely come when baseball commissioner Bud Selig holds a news...
  • A Matter of Territory

    Fifty years ago, the baseball shoe was on the other foot. The Washington Senators ruled the Baltimore-Washington area, and they had to be romanced and remunerated to agree to allow the St. Louis Browns to become the Baltimore Orioles. Now, Washington...
  • Angelos goes to Milwaukee for meeting with Selig

    Peter G. Angelos traveled to Milwaukee yesterday to meet with Major League Baseball commissioner Bud Selig amid indications that the Orioles owner will soon be able to announce a deal to protect the club from financial harm by the new team in Washington....
  • The path to D.C.

    - Nov. 6, 2001: Baseball owners vote to shut down two major league franchises. The Montreal Expos are widely believed to be one of them. - Dec. 14, 2001: With contraction plans on hold because of legal challenges, Major League Baseball reportedly...
  • Expos-O's television network considered

    Baseball's offer to establish a regional sports network to help assuage the Orioles' concerns over a competing franchise in Washington could prove highly lucrative, but would face a number of practical obstacles, according to experts. Baseball's...
  • Murray's words touch all bases

    COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. - Eddie Murray may be a man of few words, but for 18 minutes yesterday, he poured out his heart to a crowd of 18,000 that showed up for the 2003 Baseball Hall of Fame induction ceremony at the Clark Sports Center. The former Orioles...