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Jay Gibbons

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  • Have-not former Orioles happy for current team

    Have-not former Orioles happy for current team
    It has been nearly five years since he set foot in Camden Yards. But if the Orioles advance to host American League Division Series games this weekend, Jay Gibbons will be there, clad in orange and black, whooping it up in the cheap seats with a mob of...
  • Coffee Companion -- 2/21

    Coffee Companion -- 2/21
    Each morning, Monday through Friday, I'll hook you up with some 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:...
  • Orioles notes on Chris Tillman, Nick Markakis, Kevin Gausman and more

    Orioles notes on Chris Tillman, Nick Markakis, Kevin Gausman and more
    Chris Tillman made his minor league transitional start Monday at Double-A Bowie in between the two-hit gem against Seattle that he threw Wednesday and his next Orioles outing Sunday against the Detroit Tigers. It didn’t go so well. Facing the...
  • 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...
  • New drug policy puts Mitchell Report in rearview

    It would be great if we could say that Major League Baseball put a big punctuation mark on the sport's long-running steroid scandal, but I'll settle for the right decision at the right time for the right reasons. The agreement announced yesterday by...
  • Players, owners agree on more player testing

    Baseball players and owners agreed yesterday to more frequent drug testing and increased - but not total - authority for the program's outside administrator. All players implicated in December's Mitchell Report on performance-enhancing drugs were given...
  • Orioles Q&A with Jeff Zrebiec

    James: Are you surprised by Luke Scott's hot start, and what kind of numbers do you expect him to finish with? Jeff Zrebiec: I am a little surprised, primarily because Scott did not look too sharp in spring training, and he's not historically a fast...
  • 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,...
  • Gibbons' admission of hGH use smacks of hypocrisy

    Presumably, any day now George Mitchell will release a scathing report on steroids in baseball that will either eternally restore our faith in the national pastime or shock us all into moving to Ottawa and becoming NHL fans. But there's a slight problem...
  • Gibbons' goal: win back fans

    Four days after admitting he used human growth hormone, Orioles outfielder said he has work ahead to win the fans back. Speaking at the team's annual Christmas party for a local elementary school, Gibbons also maintained he is done talking about the topic...
  • Miguel Tejada timeline

    Key dates in Miguel Tejada's tumultuous four-year tenure with the Orioles. Dec. 14, 2003 -- Tejada, a former American League Most Valuable Player with the Oakland Athletics, signs a six-year, $72 million deal with the Orioles, who are desperate to add...
  • 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...