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  • Orioles Military Appreciation Program elicits strong emotions from Buck Showalter

    Orioles Military Appreciation Program elicits strong emotions from Buck Showalter
    After Sunday's 7-4 loss to the Los Angeles Dodgers, Orioles manager Buck Showalter spoke of the importance of keeping emotions in check in reference to his struggling starter, Jake Arrieta. A minute later, he was trying to keep his own emotions in check...
  • Outfielders Lew Ford and Xavier Avery to open season at Double-A Bowie

    Outfielders Lew Ford and Xavier Avery to open season at Double-A Bowie
    SARASOTA, Fla. – Because of the surplus of minor league outfield depth the Orioles have, outfielders Xavier Avery and Lew Ford will open the season at Double-A Bowie, executive vice president Dan Duquette said Sunday. Ford, 36,┬áhad a strong...
  • Pittsburgh Pirates - PlayerWatch

    RHP Brandon Cumpton will be recalled from Triple-A Indianapolis and start Thursday afternoon against Cincinnati in the finale of the four-game series. Though manager Clint Hurdle said before Wednesday night's game that no decision had been made on...
  • Pirates like Ike Davis for more offense

    After an offseason in which the Pirates did not upgrade their offense, they took to the trade market early in an attempt to do so. The Pirates on Friday acquired first baseman Ike Davis from the New York Mets in exchange for minor league right-hander...
  • Pirates fall to Cubs

    PITTSBURGH One-run victories in low-scoring games worked for the Pirates during the first two games of their opening series against the Chicago Cubs. Jason Hammel changed that Thursday, and though the Pirates mounted a late charge, the Cubs hung on....
  • Alvarez' power game leads Pirates past Cardinals

    PITTSBURGH The day will likely never come when Pedro Alvarez is referred to as a power/speed threat, but for one game he served as a passable facsimile. After hitting two home runs in his first two at-bats, Alvarez used his legs to score a run his...
  • Gene Collier: Pirates' offensive outburst sends message to Cardinals

    PITTSBURGH For the first of what will include no fewer than 19 meetings with the National League champion St. Louis Cardinals between here and the far end of September, and some would say beyond, the Pirates turned up with a list of batting averages that,...
  • Wild innings produce a Pirates loss before sellout crowd in Milwaukee

    MILWAUKEE They say crazy things happen when the Pirates visit the Brewers. And on Saturday night in front of a sellout of 42,828 at Miller Park what transpired certainly qualifies. Jonathan Lucroy singled in Ryan Braun in the bottom of the eighth to...
  • Pirates can't stop streaking Brewers

    MILWAUKEE From Boston to Philadelphia and back home, the streaking Milwaukee Brewers continued their tear and beat the Pirates, 4-2, Friday night at Miller Park for a seventh consecutive win. Pirates left-hander Francisco Liriano faced an all right-...
  • Ron Cook: One-hundred-year-old home of the Cubs still holds a lot of charm

    CHICAGO Wrigley Field turns 100 this year and, you know, it doesn't look a day over 95. When it's too early on the calendar for the verdant splendor of the lush ivy, the enduring charm at one of baseball's most iconic addresses remains atmospheric rather...
  • Pirates defeat Cubs 4-3 in 16 innings

    Pirates defeat Cubs 4-3 in 16 innings
    PITTSBURGH – After stranding 19 runners and burning through the bullpen for the second consecutive game Wednesday night, the Cubs’ best friend might be the rain forecast to fall at PNC Park on Thursday. The Cubs pitching staff was taxed...
  • Rest is best for Cubs after loss

    Rest is best for Cubs after loss
    PITTSBURGH – After stranding 19 runners and burning through the bullpen for the second consecutive game Wednesday night, the Chicago Cubs’ best friend might be the rain forecast to fall on PNC Park Thursday. The Cubs’ pitching staff...