| Jul 28, 2003
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...
| Jun 13, 2004
Each spring the money starts flowing into the bars, restaurants and hotels around Camden Yards when the Orioles are in town.
This year, nearly 3 million people from across the region are expected to converge to see the Orioles play, pouring out of...
| Jun 13, 2004
The city that lost major-league baseball twice -- and has spent a good deal of the past 33 years trying to get it back -- is so close to success that it can nearly taste the Cracker Jack.
Washington's mayor has offered a tempting stadium financing deal...
| Jun 14, 2004
If the Montreal Expos relocate to the Washington area, it would be the beginning of the end for the Baltimore Orioles. The Orioles' revenue would plummet, cutting the money for player payroll and development.
The Orioles and the franchise down the road...
| Jun 14, 2004
If Peter Angelos gets his wish and Major League Baseball doesn't relocate the Montreal Expos to the Washington area, the team will have to play somewhere next season.
MLB has emphatically said the Expos will have a new permanent home for 2005. Of course,...
| Jul 11, 2001
SEATTLE - Perhaps everyone should have known that Cal Ripken would not go quietly into retirement. He has risen to the occasion time after time, so why would his last All-Star Game be any different?
Ripken came to Safeco Field to take his final All-...
| Apr 3, 2005
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...
| Aug 26, 2004
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...
| Oct 3, 2005
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...
| Nov 13, 2002
A proposal for a major convention hotel to be built adjacent to the Baltimore Convention Center - on a city-owned parking lot that has seen grand ideas come and go - is to be unveiled at a City Hall news conference today.
Black Entertainment Television...
| Dec 3, 1993
Eddie Murray remains a former Oriole.
Murray and right-handed pitcher Dennis Martinez, another ex-Oriole, signed yesterday with the Cleveland Indians. The veteran first baseman agreed to a one-year contract for $3 million, with an option for a second...
| Aug 31, 2014
| 10:02 AM
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...