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Lee MacPhail, a former American League president who was the oldest member of baseball's Hall of Fame and part of one of the sport's foremost families, has died. He was 95. MacPhail, who with his father forms the only father-son duo in the baseball...
The Fabulous ForumBASEBALL LEGEND: American League President Lee MacPhail went against the letter of the law when he overturned the umpire's decision in the famous "Pine Tar Game." STATUS: False. It seemed like the entire sports world was shocked on June 2,......
Women's college soccer Terps eliminated in 2nd round of NCAAs The No. 4 seed University of Maryland women's soccer team lost, 3-2, in overtime to Denver in the second round of the NCAA women's soccer tournament Friday night in Palo Alto, Calif. The...
The Baltimore SunThe Orioles are looking to further bolster their amateur scouting department by adding a second national crosschecker, and they are focusing on a candidate that has strong ties to the organization and executive vice president Dan Duquette. The Orioles...
The Baltimore SunWhen Andy MacPhail wrestled with the idea of walking away from the Orioles as club president last fall, one of the primary factors in ultimately making the decision was the chance to spend more time with his elderly father. Lee MacPhail Jr., the Hall...
The Baltimore SunLee MacPhail, a Hall of Fame baseball executive who served as the Orioles' general manager from 1959 to 1965, died Thursday evening at his home in Delray Beach, Fla. He was 95. Mr. MacPhail, who was elected to the Hall of Fame in 1998, represented the...
The Baltimore SunBefore former club president Andy MacPhail discusses how he personally feels about the Orioles' playoff run this season, a year after he stepped down from his post, he rattles off a checklist. "First and foremost," he said, "there are just a lot of...
Dave Boswell, a former Minnesota Twins pitcher who led the American League in winning percentage in 1966 and ended his career with the Orioles, died of a heart attack Monday at his Joppatowne home. He was 67. Born in Baltimore, he was a 1963 graduate...
The Baltimore SunBefore the Texas Rangers' Josh Hamilton did it Tuesday night, the Cleveland Indians' Rocky Colavito was the only player to hit four home runs in a game against the Orioles. Colavito went deep four times at Memorial Stadium on June 10, 1959. Here's a story...
A couple of months after moving its pro scouting department under one umbrella that would focus primarily on amateur scouting, the Orioles have decided to put a little more emphasis on monitoring the minor leagues. The change is based more on logistics...
The Orioles have had a major shakeup in their scouting department, hiring a new national crosschecker while dissolving most of their pro scouting section. Instead of having a professional scouting department, as most organizations do, Orioles executive...
New Orioles executive vice president Dan Duquette's vision for the organization is coming into clearer focus, with news of a de-emphasis on physical scouting at the professional level, more resources poured into amateur scouting and the hiring of a Loyola...
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