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  • Good Knight? Good Luck!

     
    Speaking of the Yankees. With a pitching staff beaten up by injuries -- the most recent being a base-running misadventure by Chien-Ming Wang -- New York has signed former Oriole Sidney Ponson, the occasionally benighted knight.Ponson was last seen in the....
  • Mussina is a tough Hall call

    News item: Former Orioles pitcher Mike Mussina, who won 20 games this year for the first time in his career, announced his retirement, saying he made the decision before the start of the season and never wavered on it. My take: It remains to be seen...
  • 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...
  • What they're saying about the Orioles

    Here's a roundup of what the national media are saying about the Orioles: Updated June 23 • SI.com's Jon Heyman says the Orioles will have some of the best available relievers, if they decide to be sellers before the July 31 trade deadline: The...
  • On another scorching day...

     
    Good morning. Hope you had a wonderful weekend, filled with lots of shade, air conditioning and cold beverages.I’m supposed to play tennis tomorrow morning. I’ll be soaked in sweat after opening the can of balls.I spent last night at Michael&...
  • Ponson, Millar and more

     
    Sidney Ponson re-signed with the Yankees in his latest attempt to disprove the theory that pinstripes are slimming.I know the Yankees are desperate for starting pitching, and Ponson had solid numbers with the Rangers, but his behavior isn’t just a.....
  • No bows for Brooks

    THE ORIOLES will commemorate the 50th anniversary of Brooks Robinson's major league debut Saturday at Camden Yards, but Robinson won't be there to help. "They asked me, but I just don't want to do that," Robinson, 68, said yesterday. One reason is he...
  • Scouts of merit lay dynasty's foundation

    In their heyday, the Orioles won three World Series titles and six American League pennants and produced baseball's best regular-season record from 1956 through 1985, winning six more regular-season games than the New York Yankees. Their enduring success...
  • Around the majors, words of gratitude, respect order of day

    Cal Ripken won't actually retire until the Orioles complete the 2001 season, but the announcement this week that signaled the end of his 21-year major-league career left friends, teammates and opposing players to ponder a baseball world without the...
  • Bechler death painful for Cruz

    FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. - It has been two years since Orioles shortstop Deivi Cruz reported to spring training with his entire focus on baseball. Two years since he has gone through a camp without grieving the loss of a teammate he never knew. On Feb. 15,...
  • Mariners fall to Royals, 9-1

    Mariners fall to Royals, 9-1
    Ken Griffey Jr. returned to the Seattle Mariners lineup on Wednesday night. It didn't matter. Mark Teahen had four hits and drove in three runs, and Sidney Ponson made a strong case to stay in the rotation with 7 1-3 solid innings to help the Kansas...
  • Mariners Lose Again to Royals

    Mariners Lose Again to Royals
    The Mariners bats were shut down again on Thursday. On Wednesday night it was Royals pitcher Sidney Ponson working his magic to pace Kansas City to a 9-1 victory. On Thursday, it was Brian Bannister's turn. He worked six scoreless innings to outpitch...