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August 4, 2005
BATTING LINE OF THE DAY Adam Dunn, Reds LF AB R H RBI HR 4 2 3 5 1 PITCHING LINE OF THE DAY Mike Mussina, Yankees IP H R BB HR 4 2/3 9 6 4 1 WHO'S HOT Chad Cordero of the Nationals worked a scoreless ninth last night against the Dodgers to earn his major league-leading 36th save. WHO'S NOT Horacio Ramirez of the Braves has allowed a team-high 21 home runs this season, including one by the Reds' Adam Dunn last night.
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By Eduardo A. Encina, The Baltimore Sun | July 4, 2013
CHICAGO - Here at U.S. Cellular Field - where fireworks are launched past center field after every home run the White Sox hit - the Fourth of July celebration on Chicago's South Side occurred at the most inopportune time for the Orioles on Thursday afternoon. After battling back from a two-run eighth-inning deficit to tie the game, the Orioles lost to Chicago, 3-2, in walk-off fashion on Adam Dunn's solo homer in the bottom of the ninth inning prompting a celebration at home plate in front of an announced 21,321 at U.S. Cellular Field.
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By Adam Kilgore, The Washington Post | July 31, 2010
As 4 p.m. approached and the Nationals clubhouse had cleared out aside from a few players, left fielder Willie Harris counted down along with the clock on the clubhouse television. "Twenty seconds!" he said. Adam Dunn's name was in the lineup. "Fifteen seconds!" Left fielder Josh Willingham stood by, smiling and watching the television. Weeks of speculation, days packed with swirling rumors, were about to unravel into the status quo. "Ten seconds!" The price for the first baseman, general manager Mike Rizzo had said the day before, would remain high and not come down a bit at the deadline.
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By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | July 3, 2013
CHICAGO - Jason Hammel isn't going to apologize for pitching aggressively. That's what's made him a pitcher the Orioles have learned to count on to give them a chance to win every time out. Make no mistake, the fact that Hammel - who allowed two home runs in the Orioles' 5-2 loss to the Chicago White Sox Tuesday night at U.S. Cellular Field - has allowed 10 homers in his past six starts troubles the veteran right-hander. But looking back on his outing Tuesday, it was what happened before Adam Dunn's two-run seventh inning homer that had Hammel most frustrated.
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September 27, 2012
The stars are aligned Lance Pugmire Los Angeles Times Yes. While it appeared uncertain, the stars appear to be aligning for the Tigers slugger. Cabrera has seven games to hold on to his batting-average lead over the Angels' Mike Trout and his RBI advantage over the Rangers' Josh Hamilton. It'll come down to home runs, and Hamilton's case improved when he returned this week from a five-game absence after being diagnosed with a cornea-drying condition brought on by the slugger's heavy use of caffeine.
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By Jeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun | November 23, 2010
Before he spurned their offer and signed Tuesday with the Detroit Tigers, Victor Martinez stood out to the Orioles in a free-agent first base market filled with aging and flawed sluggers. The soon-to-be 32-year-old has been a model of consistency, batting .300 or better in five of his past six seasons and hitting 20 or more homers in four of those. As a member of the Boston Red Sox last year, the switch-hitting Martinez hit .400 against left-handed pitching, long a problem area for the Orioles.
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By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | July 3, 2013
CHICAGO - Jason Hammel isn't going to apologize for pitching aggressively. That's what's made him a pitcher the Orioles have learned to count on to give them a chance to win every time out. Make no mistake, the fact that Hammel - who allowed two home runs in the Orioles' 5-2 loss to the Chicago White Sox Tuesday night at U.S. Cellular Field - has allowed 10 homers in his past six starts troubles the veteran right-hander. But looking back on his outing Tuesday, it was what happened before Adam Dunn's two-run seventh inning homer that had Hammel most frustrated.
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Peter Schmuck | September 26, 2010
There doesn't seem to be much debate about the shopping list the Orioles are likely to carry into the free agent and trade markets this winter, but that's only a small part of the offseason equation. Anyone who has watched this team — either during the frightening first four months of the season or the uplifting last seven weeks — can see the glaring holes in the middle of the batting order that must be filled if the Orioles are ever to rise up and re-assert themselves as a legitimate contender in the American League East.
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September 27, 2012
The stars are aligned Lance Pugmire Los Angeles Times Yes. While it appeared uncertain, the stars appear to be aligning for the Tigers slugger. Cabrera has seven games to hold on to his batting-average lead over the Angels' Mike Trout and his RBI advantage over the Rangers' Josh Hamilton. It'll come down to home runs, and Hamilton's case improved when he returned this week from a five-game absence after being diagnosed with a cornea-drying condition brought on by the slugger's heavy use of caffeine.
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By Jeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun | November 23, 2010
Before he spurned their offer and signed Tuesday with the Detroit Tigers, Victor Martinez stood out to the Orioles in a free-agent first base market filled with aging and flawed sluggers. The soon-to-be 32-year-old has been a model of consistency, batting .300 or better in five of his past six seasons and hitting 20 or more homers in four of those. As a member of the Boston Red Sox last year, the switch-hitting Martinez hit .400 against left-handed pitching, long a problem area for the Orioles.
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Peter Schmuck | September 26, 2010
There doesn't seem to be much debate about the shopping list the Orioles are likely to carry into the free agent and trade markets this winter, but that's only a small part of the offseason equation. Anyone who has watched this team — either during the frightening first four months of the season or the uplifting last seven weeks — can see the glaring holes in the middle of the batting order that must be filled if the Orioles are ever to rise up and re-assert themselves as a legitimate contender in the American League East.
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By Adam Kilgore, The Washington Post | July 31, 2010
As 4 p.m. approached and the Nationals clubhouse had cleared out aside from a few players, left fielder Willie Harris counted down along with the clock on the clubhouse television. "Twenty seconds!" he said. Adam Dunn's name was in the lineup. "Fifteen seconds!" Left fielder Josh Willingham stood by, smiling and watching the television. Weeks of speculation, days packed with swirling rumors, were about to unravel into the status quo. "Ten seconds!" The price for the first baseman, general manager Mike Rizzo had said the day before, would remain high and not come down a bit at the deadline.
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By CHILDS WALKER | January 24, 2006
Here we are in these new Tuesday digs. So I figure it's time to talk about a new season. Baseball season, that is. Pitchers and catchers report in three weeks, and my most competitive fantasy league is bickering in search of a draft date. So it must be about that time. Let me explain how my fantasy baseball coverage will work. I'll be covering the Orioles this season, and it would prove to be an ethical conflict for me to comment on players' fantasy values while also reporting news about them.
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August 4, 2005
BATTING LINE OF THE DAY Adam Dunn, Reds LF AB R H RBI HR 4 2 3 5 1 PITCHING LINE OF THE DAY Mike Mussina, Yankees IP H R BB HR 4 2/3 9 6 4 1 WHO'S HOT Chad Cordero of the Nationals worked a scoreless ninth last night against the Dodgers to earn his major league-leading 36th save. WHO'S NOT Horacio Ramirez of the Braves has allowed a team-high 21 home runs this season, including one by the Reds' Adam Dunn last night.
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