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The Baltimore SunThe day after Joe Maddon’s team was awarded a home run after a replay review showed that Matt Joyce’s ball hit the base of Camden Yards’ right-field foul pole in the Orioles’ 3-1 loss to Tampa Bay, the Rays manager blasted crew...
Belleville News-DemocratA triceps injury to Tampa Bay Rays starter David Price has led to another major-league start Monday for Highland High School graduate Jake Odorizzi against the Toronto Blue Jays, according to the Associated Press. Odorizzi is scheduled to start in...
BALTIMORE - Runner at third base and one out in the third inning? No problem. Matt Moore pitched his way out of the jam. Runner on third base, one out in the fourth inning? No problem, Moore pitched his way out of that jam, too. Afterward, when...
The Baltimore SunLast season, Orioles manager Buck Showalter had the base of the right-field foul pole at Camden Yards painted black in order to help discern balls in play from home runs. Most stadiums have a yellow line on the top of the wall that serves as a marker in...
In the end, the umpires got the call right. But it sure took long enough. And a rough five-game homestand for the Orioles got even rougher in the sixth inning Sunday when Tampa Bay's Matt Joyce hit a soaring fly ball down the right field line in the...
The Baltimore SunHere's what umpire crew chief Gerry Davis told me about the delay on today's replay review on Rays right fielder Matt Joyce's eventual home run ball in the Orioles' 3-1 loss to the Rays: "[Orioles manager] Buck [Showalter] wanted to know whether the...
Is anything cooler than tennis' electronic replay system? A player who isn't sure about a line call raises a finger immediately after the call. The chair umpire announces the challenge, and the Hawk-Eye animation system appears on a nearby video...
The Tampa TribuneIt's getting weird. The potty-mouthed, Price-baiting umpire was one thing. The allergies (allergies?), rash and blurred vision are another. But David Price's nightmare Cy Young follow-up has a new twist: a pitch, a grimace, then Price strolling from the...
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Boston HeraldST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- Calling James Loney's Red Sox tenure forgettable suggests anyone noticed it in the first place. Loney came and went last year after being acquired as a throw-in in the August megadeal with the Los Angeles Dodgers. He hit just...
Boston HeraldJonny Gomes has a ready-made insult for anyone lacking in a baseball sense -- "He's a Devil Ray." The opposite of a Devil Ray, however, is a Ray, and Gomes would know, because he's been both. As the Red Sox prepare to visit Tropicana Field tonight for...
Last week's ranking in parentheses 1. Rangers (1): It's safe to say that Ron Washington's hitters enjoyed their weekend in Houston — 24 runs overall and three homers in every game. Their assault on Philip Humber Saturday was vicious. 2....
St. Louis Post-DispatchOn Oct. 7, 2011, the Cardinals' Chris Carpenter outdueled Philadelphia's Roy Halladay, a former Toronto teammate and perhaps his closest friend in baseball, 1-0 in a winner-take-all division series finale. That started the Cardinals on their way to...
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