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  • Steroids report includes an All-Star list

    Steroids report includes an All-Star list
    Former Sen. George J. Mitchell unveiled his 409-page report on steroid use in baseball yesterday, naming two current and 17 former Orioles among dozens of players and delivering a stinging assessment of the league and team officials who allowed a drug...
  • History shows baseball will bounce back

    Baseball is no stranger to scandal and unsavory history. One of its earliest superstars, Cap Anson, perpetuated a culture of fierce segregation that scarred the game for decades. Another early great, "Shoeless Joe" Jackson, was one of eight Chicago...
  • Pettitte says he used hGH to recover from injury

    Andy Pettitte used human growth hormone to recover from an elbow injury in 2002, the New York Yankees pitcher admitted two days after he was cited in the Mitchell Report. Pettitte said he tried hGH on two occasions, stressing he did it to heal faster and...
  • Throw out the lead runners

    After everything the Mitchell Report laid out about the depth and breadth of performance-enhancing drugs in baseball, after all the suggestions and recommendations, after all the names were named and blame was assigned ... the same two foxes were left...
  • Clemens belongs next to Bonds in hall of shame

    Clemens belongs next to Bonds in hall of shame
    Their names should be forever linked. Bonds and Clemens. Baseball's Bonnie and Clyde. Barnstorming American cities, Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens robbed fans, plundered our pastime and cheated their fellow ballplayers, both past and present. In time, I...
  • Peter Schmuck: Truth-seeking? You're kidding

    It has been so long, I almost "misremembered" my trip to Washington for the Feb. 13 hearing of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform. That was the one at which tarnished idol Roger Clemens traded charges with former personal trainer Brian...
  • 'Fess up or fight? Accused confront difficult decision

    'Fess up or fight? Accused confront difficult decision
    Orioles second baseman , after a weekend of silence, chose to fall on his sword. He had been named as a steroid user in the Mitchell Report released by Major League Baseball last week, and though the evidence against him amounted to hearsay - the word of...
  • 3 '07 O's not users in Grimsley affidavit

    3 '07 O's not users in Grimsley affidavit
    Three prominent 2007 Orioles who were named as steroid users last year in a Los Angeles Times report on the infamous Jason Grimsley affidavit were never mentioned as using performance-enhancing drugs in that document, which was unsealed by federal...
  • Q&A with Dave Johnson on the 1989 Orioles

    Teams have come and gone, but [the 1989 Orioles] will always occupy a warm spot in the hearts of Orioles fans. Why? Dave Johnson: I run into people all the time, being from here, and they like to talk about the "Why Not?" team rather than the 1996 and...
  • Ken Rosenthal: Sun archives: Tyler hasn't missed a pitch from his perch in 31 years

    Ken Rosenthal: Sun archives: Tyler hasn't missed a pitch from his perch in 31 years
    Cal Ripken Jr. has played 1,436 consecutive games, but Ernie Tyler's streak puts his to shame. Tyler, the Orioles' field attendant, has worked 2,499 straight games at Memorial Stadium. His streak began Opening Day 1960 -- four months before Ripken Jr. was...
  • Managing an All-Star team is 'a little bit of a headache'

    MINNEAPOLIS Tom Kelly, as manager of the Minnesota Twins, had the chance to be an All-Star manager twice and guided the American League to victory both times. But even with the pageantry and excitement associated with those games, he never was sad to...
  • U.S. appeals court to take another swing at Barry Bonds criminal case

    SAN FRANCISCO, July 1 (Reuters) — Baseball home run king Barry Bonds has convinced a U.S. appeals court to reconsider his criminal conviction for obstructing a grand jury probe into steroid sales, according to a court filing on Tuesday. The case...