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David Segui

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  • Orioles will use 11th Opening Day DH in 11 years today vs. Rays

    Orioles will use 11th Opening Day DH in 11 years today vs. Rays
    We know the Orioles have had some revolving doors at certain positions over the years – left field, first base, etc.  – but the Orioles' recent run on Opening Day designated hitters is pretty astounding. Assuming, of course, that you...
  • Orioles first base prospect Tyler Townsend shelved again

    Orioles first base prospect Tyler Townsend shelved again
    Orioles first-base prospect Tyler Townsend, a Delaware native who was the organization’s third-round pick in 2009 out of Florida International, is hurt again and has no set timetable for returning to action. Townsend, 24, injured his right wrist in...
  • Sun could help make Orioles respectable again

    Sun editors and writers, please become part of the solution to the Orioles' continuing lousiness. This is a crucial time, with Andy MacPhail possibly stepping down after five seasons. When Mr. MacPhail was hired, I rejoiced, not because he was the best...
  • Son of David Segui joins Orioles' farm system

    Son of David Segui joins Orioles' farm system
    The Orioles didn’t end up with 20th-round draftee Ryan Ripken, son of Hall of Famer Cal Ripken Jr., but they have signed a player this year with a familiar name to Orioles fans: Right-handed hitting first baseman Cory Segui, the son of former Oriole...
  • Mitchell Report fallout leaves Bigbie stranded

    A package of human growth hormone was delivered to Larry Bigbie's home in Northwest Indiana at Christmastime 2005. Within 10 minutes, federal investigators were at the former Orioles outfielder's door. Bigbie knew he was busted. He said he had no choice...
  • Gibbons must sit for 15 days

    Gibbons must sit for 15 days
    Major League Baseball yesterday suspended Orioles outfielder and Kansas City Royals outfielder Jose Guillen 15 days each for violating the league's toughened substance-abuse prevention program, though neither failed a league-initiated drug test. Gibbons,...
  • Ex-Oriole Segui: I used steroids; he's expecting to be in report

    Ex-Oriole Segui: I used steroids; he's expecting to be in report
    When Major League Baseball's Mitchell Report on performance-enhancing drug use is released, likely later this week, at least one former Oriole fully expects to be mentioned prominently. Retired first baseman David Segui said yesterday he has experimented...
  • Knee-jerk reactions to the Mitchell Report

    Knee-jerking 20 times over the Mitchell Report: 1. Today was to be baseball's stern reckoning with its past. I don't have a sense of closure, though. While it feels a bit like well-choreographed theater today, I suspect history will look back on this day...
  • Steroid timeline

    November 1988Distribution and possession of anabolic steroids becomes a crime in the United States. June 1991Commissioner Fay Vincent issues a memo adding steroids to baseball's list of banned substances. August 1998Reporters spy a jar of...
  • O's prominent in Mitchell Report

    O's prominent in Mitchell Report
    Yesterday's Mitchell Report thrust the Orioles back into the steroid scandal spotlight, with two of their All-Stars - second baseman and just-traded shortstop - linked to the use of performance-enhancing drugs. Roberts, considered the current face of the...
  • On scant evidence, Roberts tangled in controversy

    At 5 feet 9 and 175 pounds, he is among the smallest players linked to performance-enhancing drugs by the Mitchell Report. Small in stature, but not in significance. The Orioles were recurring characters in the 409-page report. Of the 80-plus players...
  • 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...