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Laura Vecsey

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  • With Orioles minus 2, Cameron adds up

    With O's down 2, Cameron's upside clear MIKE CAMERON is not a .476 hitter. His career average is .249, weighed down by a propensity to strike out - albeit in dramatic fashion. It's tough to fault an athlete as gifted as Cameron for thinking he can do everything exceedingly well. He has the body and...

  • For aging Palmeiro, present is painful

    HE IS RAFAEL Palmeiro, and six years after he retires, he's going to be inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame. He already has made it clear that he should be depicted wearing an Orioles cap on his Cooperstown plaque. It is an amazing accomplishment, especially for the then-7-year-old boy...

  • Maryland could lose its stake in Preakness

    WHEN THE MAYOR of Baltimore stands in front of the greatest painting of a thoroughbred horse, as Martin O'Malley did yesterday to kick off Triple Crown season, and issues a warning about the gloomy future of horse racing in Maryland, something's up. Welcome to the home of the Preakness ... for now....

  • O's are hot, but they're not a hot ticket

    IF ONLY THE Orioles would win a few games, make it interesting, then fans would flock to Camden Yards, just like the old days, when the jewel of a ballpark and the promise of playoff contention pumped annual attendance to 3 million. What's that? The Orioles are winning? Oops. Sorry. Invalid excuse...

  • Selig's steroid proposal is tough, but the reasons behind it lack muscle

    WITH THE damage done, with the world wondering what it will do if and when Barry Bonds ever comes back to hit more home runs than Babe Ruth and Hank Aaron; with Mark McGwire's Hall of Fame status damaged; with Ken Caminiti dead and Lenny Dykstra under a cloud that's not just Pigpen dirt; with Jason...

  • O's having too much fun to let break bother them

    APPARENTLY, the Orioles were as eager as their fans to get back into the swing of things. A rainout in Boston and a day off meant 48 hours of jet cooling. What a waste of a five-game winning streak, especially one capped by a 20-hit, 11-8 comeback win at Fenway on Tuesday night that begged for a...

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