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  • Japan suffers first loss of Ripken Series to Dominican squad

    Japan suffers first loss of Ripken Series to Dominican squad
    International Division pool play at the Cal Ripken Major 70 World Series in Aberdeen wrapped up on Wednesday evening with an upset at Cal Sr.'s Yard, as the Dominican Republic (3-2) topped two-time defending champ Japan (4-1), in a 9-8 slugfest....
  • Harford, Delaware take wins in last day of pool play at Ripken Series

    Harford, Delaware take wins in last day of pool play at Ripken Series
    The final round of National Division action at the Cal Ripken World Series on Wednesday saw the Middle Atlantic squad from Piedmont, Del. wrap up pool play with a perfect 4-0 record by topping the Southeast squad of West Raleigh, N.C., 7-6, while the...
  • Injury problem a lingering issue for Nationals

    They had no game Monday, but it was hardly a day off for the Washington Nationals. At Nationals Park, Bryce Harper took his latest step back to the lineup with a workout. Starting pitcher Dan Haren planned to receive an MRI on his stiff right shoulder....
  • Orioles notes on Tommy Hunter, Jim Johnson, Bryce Harper

    Orioles notes on Tommy Hunter, Jim Johnson, Bryce Harper
    Not a lot of news coming out of pre-game interviews with the team and Orioles manager Buck Showalter. Some highlights: ** Tommy Hunter says he has an “itty, bitty bruise” on his pitching hand after barehanding a sharp comebacker yesterday....
  • Jason Hammel guides Orioles to 6-2 win over Nationals

    Jason Hammel guides Orioles to 6-2 win over Nationals
    Orioles right-hander Jason Hammel, even when he has put up a so-called “quality start” this season, has been visibly and vocally disappointed by how he has pitched. By his exacting standards, he needs to do more, command his fastball...
  • Kevin Gausman 'definitely excited' to face Nationals in second MLB start

    Kevin Gausman 'definitely excited' to face Nationals in second MLB start
    Kevin Gausman’s not quite starting in his home ballpark yet, but he is getting much closer. On Tuesday evening, the Orioles’ heralded 22-year-old right-hander will make the second appearance of his big league career, and this time it’s...
  • Start of Orioles-Nationals game delayed by rain

    Start of Orioles-Nationals game delayed by rain
    UPDATE: The tarp came off the field at 7:50 p.m. Estimated start time is 8:25. WASHINGTON -- The start of tonight's Orioles game against the Nationals at Nationals Park has been delayed by rain. Heavy rain is still coming down at Nationals Park and...
  • Orioles notes and observations (Garcia, team record, Nats rivalry, loving baseball)

    Orioles notes and observations (Garcia, team record, Nats rivalry, loving baseball)
    Orioles’ right-hander Freddy Garcia isn’t going to throw eight scoreless innings every time out like he did Thursday night against the Washington Nationals in the Orioles’ 2-0 win. In fact, he hasn’t done that since Sept. 19,...
  • On common ground, Orioles and Nationals have complicated relationship

    On common ground, Orioles and Nationals have complicated relationship
    For decades, the Orioles commanded a sweeping empire of fans — a territory larger than some European countries, stretching from southern Pennsylvania to North Carolina and including Washington, where the team operated a popular retail store. The...
  • Orioles, Nationals fans meet halfway in Laurel

    Orioles, Nationals fans meet halfway in Laurel
    Few people were walking around downtown Laurel Tuesday evening, but at Main Street Sports Grill, nearly every seat at the bar was taken for happy hour. Since April marks the start of Major League Baseball play, the multiple flat-screen televisions...
  • After a decade, Severna Park native now entrenched in the majors

    It was the spring of Gavin Floyd's senior year, and professional baseball scouts were flocking to his games at Mount St. Joseph High School. A right-handed pitcher with a blazing fastball and knee-buckling curve, Floyd was considered one of the top...
  • At least one thing in Washington works: the Nationals

    At least one thing in Washington works: the Nationals
    Karl Marx is credited with saying that religion is "the opium of the people." But here in the nation's capital, baseball is the drug of choice that rescues political junkies from the unpleasant realities around them. Currently providing relief from...