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  • Wall Street Journal says the Orioles won the MLB offseason

    Wall Street Journal says the Orioles won the MLB offseason
    I've got another interesting and possibly worthless study for you (I should just make this a daily afternoon feature). The Wall Street Journal examined every offseason move and ranked each MLB team based on "the volume of moves it made and the net quality...
  • Orioles push Arrieta's start back to Wednesday

    Orioles push Arrieta's start back to Wednesday
    Jake Arrieta's next start will be pushed back four days as the right-hander deals with inflammation related to the bone spur in his right elbow. Arrieta, whose next turn would have been Saturday against the Cincinnati Reds, is tentatively scheduled to...
  • Baseball: The poll

    Baseball: The poll
    1. Gilman Coach: Larry Sheets Last season: 27-5, No. 2 Postseason: A Conference champion Outlook: Second-year coach Sheets has much to live up to. The Greyhounds won their first A Conference title since 1996 and beat five-time defending champion...
  • Lee's walk-off homer in 12th pushes O's past Reds

    Lee's walk-off homer in 12th pushes O's past Reds
    Derrek Lee hadn't hit a homer since May 8, but he certainly remembers what it feels like to make good contact with a pitch. So the second the ball left his bat in the 12th inning, Lee knew exactly what he had just done. He didn't need to see his...
  • Britton's rough stretch continues in Orioles' loss

    Britton's rough stretch continues in Orioles' loss
    Orioles prized left-hander Zach Britton won five of his first six starts, emerging as the team's biggest early-season success story and a legitimate American League Rookie of the Year candidate. A stretch of one win over 10 starts certainly has a way...
  • Orioles' Reimold staying patient with lack of playing time

    Orioles' Reimold staying patient with lack of playing time
    Orioles outfielder Nolan Reimold is plenty aware of his situation: He is the lone right-handed hitter in a crowded left-field picture, meaning he's on the wrong end of a platoon. So when the Orioles face a string of right-handed starters — as...
  • Coffee Companion -- 6/29: O's lose and Flacco gets hitched

    Coffee Companion -- 6/29: O's lose and Flacco gets hitched
    Each morning, Monday through Friday, I'll hook you up with reading material to skim through as you slug down coffee and slack off at the start of your workday -- that way I'll have an excuse to do the same at the start of mine.  Running it back:...
  • Is Camden Yards attendance really reeling from Pujols injury?

    Is Camden Yards attendance really reeling from Pujols injury?
    On Tuesday night, Albert Pujols missed his first road game this season, much to the chagrin of Baltimore baseball fans who had hoped to see one of the sport's best players at Camden Yards. Following a collision at first base nine days ago, Pujols -- an...
  • Carpenter shuts down Orioles in Cardinals' 5-1 win

    Carpenter shuts down Orioles in Cardinals' 5-1 win
    It has become a trend that these Orioles appear powerless to break: the starter puts the team in an early hole, the bullpen is called on far earlier than should be necessary and the offense squanders numerous opportunities to get back in the game. The...
  • Rotation's short stints spell end of Rapada's tenure with Orioles

    Rotation's short stints spell end of Rapada's tenure with Orioles
    The inability of the Orioles' rotation to go deep into games claimed its first victim of 2011: left-handed reliever Clay Rapada. The lefty specialist who was 0-0 with a 7.30 ERA in 22 appearances this season was designated for assignment Wednesday when...
  • He had their number in '66 — zero

    It was no thanks to Larry Jaster that the Dodgers made a second consecutive trip to the World Series in 1966. The rookie left-hander from the St. Louis Cardinals pitched five shutouts in 1966 — all, remarkably, against the National League...
  • Matusz rocked in O's 9-6 loss to Cardinals, demoted

    Matusz rocked in O's 9-6 loss to Cardinals, demoted
    After turning in one of the worst statistical outings of his professional career in a 9-6 loss Thursday night to the St. Louis Cardinals, struggling left-hander Brian Matusz was optioned to Triple-A Norfolk, putting to bed a nightmarish June for the...