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After winning by seven runs Saturday, Mariners manager Eric Wedge cautioned that "it's never over till it's over" at Coors Field. The Rockies proved him right Sunday afternoon, making a charge in the ninth to put the tying run on base with two out and...
NEW YORK – As smoothly as this early season has started for the Orioles, they know they’ll never be considered serious threats in the American League East if they can’t beat the New York Yankees. On Monday, in their first trip to new...
Orioles right-hander Jason Hammel says he's a much different pitcher from the one who last faced the New York Yankees in 2008. Through four starts this season, Hammel — acquired in the February trade that sent No. 1 starter Jeremy Guthrie to the...
Tags: Jason Hammel, Flu, Matt Wieters, Kila Ka'aihue, Wilson Betemit
The Baltimore SunRookie utility man Ryan Flaherty started just one game in the club's first 16 games and now has started each of the past four, including in right field Saturday night — the first time he had appeared there as a major leaguer. “I think every...
CALEXICO — The Calexico and Southwest high track and field teams split an Imperial Valley League meet here Thursday. Calexico’s boys won, 79-48, while Southwest’s girls won, 79.5-47.5. Due to space restrictions, complete results will...
Tags: Harrison Barnes, Baseball, Sports
The Baltimore SunThe hard work Orioles right-hander Jake Arrieta put in this offseason rebounding from elbow surgery would have happened regardless. But on Monday came its reward. Arrieta came into camp as a question mark. He ended it with an exclamation point. Arrieta...
Much has been made about Dan Duquette's offseason focus of strengthening the Orioles' starting rotation — retooling it with pitchers capable of providing quality innings — but it's in the bullpen where the team's new executive vice president...
Tags: Groin, New York Yankees, Sports, Zach Phillips, American League
It's best to start this slice of Jake Arrieta lore with a minor discrepancy; it was either a couch or an overstuffed chair. The exact piece of furniture isn't essential, what Arrieta did with it and why, that's the point here. The fact that its...
Jason Hammel has made 115 major-league starts in his seven-season career — more than twice that of any other pitcher in the Orioles' 2012 rotation. So Hammel's start Sunday against the Minnesota Twins is like any other game — to a point. It...
The Baltimore SunI wanted to see where Orioles right-hander Jake Arrieta’s performance Friday ranked among the top Opening Day starts in club history and the good people at Elias Sports Bureau gave me an interesting stat. Arrieta’s start against the Twins...
Jason Hammel didn’t begin the scoreboard watching until the end of the sixth inning Sunday afternoon. The right-hander took his seat in the Orioles dugout and thought to himself how quickly his first start of the season was going. He had thrown...
The Baltimore SunAcross baseball circles, the Orioles' acquisition of right-hander Jason Hammel was seen as pre-spring training snoozer. But over his first four starts in a Baltimore uniform, Hammel has made the majors take notice. Hammel -- who came to Baltimore with a...
Tags: Jason Hammel, Flu, Wilson Betemit, Jason Frasor, Brett Lawrie
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