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  • Johnson agrees to manage Nationals

    Davey Johnson, a former Orioles manager and player, will become the next manager of the Washington Nationals and will manage them at least through the 2011 season, general manager Mike Rizzo said on the national broadcast of Saturday's game against the...
  • Orioles expect to see quite a bit of Pujols this season

    Orioles expect to see quite a bit of Pujols this season
    ANAHEIM, Calif. — The last time slugger Albert Pujols faced the Orioles in a regular-season matchup, Friday's starter Brian Matusz was in high school, Buck Showalter was in his first year managing the Texas Rangers and outfielder Nick Markakis had...
  • O's get blown away by Pettitte

    O's get blown away by Pettitte
    Had New York Yankees third baseman Jerry Hairston Jr. been able to field Adam Jones' routine ground ball in the seventh inning Monday night, Andy Pettitte's dominating performance might well have been a historic one. It's impossible to know whether...
  • 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,...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • In the news...

     
    Major League Baseball celebrated another historic moment last night, this one coming from an esteemed member of the Cincinnati Reds. One of the true greats of the game has joined an exclusive club. Paul Bako had the first multi-homer game of......
  • For Hendricks, O's Hall is `icing on cake'

    Membership in the Orioles Hall of Fame swelled to 44 yesterday with the inductions of bullpen coach Elrod Hendricks, former pitcher Mike Boddicker and former general manager Hank Peters. No one has logged more time in an Orioles uniform than Hendricks,...
  • A tribute brighter than Elrod's smile

    The stoic Hall of Famer, the one with the icy glare and unnerving calm in baseball's most pressured situations, stood outside the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen in a spitting rain yesterday contemplating his most difficult challenge. An hour earlier,...
  • How many talking heads are needed to take over for Vin Scully?

    How many talking heads are needed to take over for Vin Scully?
    Not one, certainly. Apparently, not two either. Three seems likely, although often there are actually four. One year, much too soon, Vin Scully will retire and the Dodgers will face the unpleasant task of replacing the most legendary announcer in Los...
  • Skip Schumaker says Dodgers have talent, but it's not always enough

    From the home clubhouse here, the Cincinnati Reds' Skip Schumaker keeps an eye on his old team. The Dodgers have yet to win more than three consecutive games, while the San Francisco Giants have the best record in the major leagues. The Giants are...