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By Tom Keegan | May 30, 1994
At Oriole Park at Camden YardsDay ... ... Time ... ... TV ... ... StartersTonight ... 7:35 ... ... 13 ... ... John Doherty (6-3, 5.17)... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... vs. Jamie Moyer (2-3, 5.97)Tomorrow .. 7:35 .. ... HTS ... ... Mike Moore (4-4, 5.85)... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... vs. Mike Oquist (1-0, 0.69)Wednesday .. 7:35 .. .. HTS ... ... Tim Belcher (2-8, 7.14)... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... vs. Mike Mussina (7-2, 2.58)Thursday .. 12:35 .. .. HTS ... ... Bill Krueger (0-1, 8.66)
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By Tom Keegan | May 30, 1994
At Oriole Park at Camden YardsDay ... ... Time ... ... TV ... ... StartersTonight ... 7:35 ... ... 13 ... ... John Doherty (6-3, 5.17)... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... vs. Jamie Moyer (2-3, 5.97)Tomorrow .. 7:35 .. ... HTS ... ... Mike Moore (4-4, 5.85)... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... vs. Mike Oquist (1-0, 0.69)Wednesday .. 7:35 .. .. HTS ... ... Tim Belcher (2-8, 7.14)... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... vs. Mike Mussina (7-2, 2.58)Thursday .. 12:35 .. .. HTS ... ... Bill Krueger (0-1, 8.66)
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By Jim Henneman and Jim Henneman,Evening Sun Staff | July 19, 1991
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Following their longest absence from Memorial Stadium in nine years, the Orioles have a special occasion to kick off a 10-day homestand tonight (7:35, HTS) against the Seattle Mariners.The game will mark the 1,500th consecutive game for Cal Ripken, the second longest streak in baseball history. The feat will be recognized in special pre-game ceremonies that will also recognize Ripken's selection as the All-Star Game Most Valuable Player earlier this month.Ripken will be officially presented with his recently engraved All-Star MVP trophy and a mini-van will be presented to Baltimore Reads Inc., the charity selected by Cal and his wife Kelly.
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By Dave Dye and Dave Dye,Contributing Writer | June 22, 1993
DETROIT -- Ever since the Detroit Tigers took over first place in the American League East April 23, people have been waiting for their collapse.After all, this is a club many picked to finish in last place. Those predictions were based on the team's poor pitching the past few seasons (4.60 ERA last year, worst in the majors) and again in spring training."One magazine said we were going to be as bad as Colorado and Florida," said manager Sparky Anderson.But during the first three months this season, the Tigers have made a dramatic turnaround, mostly because their pitching has exceeded anyone's wildest imaginations with a 3.99 ERA."
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By Jim Henneman and Jim Henneman,Evening Sun Staff | July 30, 1991
SEATTLE -- With the 1991 season moving into the final two months, the Seattle Mariners have a threefold project.They have to keep sight of the other chasers in the Western Division as they jockey for position behind the leading Minnesota Twins. They also have to convince themselves they can be a factor in the race despite the fact they are still looking for their first winning season.And, perhaps easiest of all, the Mariners have to stay focused for two more nights before starting a stretch of 20 straight games against division rivals.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Evening Sun Staff | July 29, 1991
Oakland's Rick Honeycutt now has 25 notches in his belt, one for each of the major-league teams he has defeated. Only the Dodgers are missing from the list.The lefthanded reliever made the Orioles No. 25 when he worked two scoreless innings in the A's 4-3 victory yesterday. It was his first career victory over the Orioles after five reversals.Honeycutt arrived at the start of the seventh inning in relief of Bob Welch, last year's Cy Young Award winner, with the score tied, 3-3. The Orioles promptly loaded the bases with none out, but Honeycutt wriggled out unscathed.
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By Jim Henneman and Jim Henneman,Staff Writer | May 17, 1992
CHICAGO -- Johnny Oates says that being in first place at this stage of the season doesn't mean anything to him.But the Orioles' manager does admit that his club's standing has temporarily made Glenn Davis a platoon player.Since returning from the disabled list May 5, Davis has started only two of 10 games, accounting for nine of his 13 total at-bats. He will be in the lineup today as designated hitter when the Orioles close this road trip against White Sox left-hander Greg Hibbard."Right now it's a platoon situation until he [Davis]
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By Jim Henneman and Jim Henneman,Staff Writer | May 17, 1993
DETROIT -- Bruce Springsteen probably wouldn't mind the comparison.After Mike Mussina had tied an Orioles club record with 14 strikeouts in yesterday's 3-2 win over the Detroit Tigers, Sparky Anderson elevated the young right-hander into exclusive company."
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January 30, 1992
Baseball Boston Red Sox -- Agreed to terms with free-agent OF Herm Winningham (.225, 1 HR, 4 RBI) on a $450,000, one-year contract. Designated P Derek Livernois for assignment.Chicago White Sox -- Invited C Nelson Santovenia, C Clemente Alvarez, C Darrin Campbell, C Rogelio Nunez, IF Chris Cron, IF Joe Hall, IF Ever Magallanes, IF Mike Robertson, former Baltimore Orioles OF Brad Komminsk, OF Shawn Jeter, P Mike Dunne and P Rodney Bolton to spring training as non-roster players.Colorado Rockies -- Named former major-league P Jim McAndrew part-time scout.
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By Dave Dye and Dave Dye,Contributing Writer | June 22, 1993
DETROIT -- Ever since the Detroit Tigers took over first place in the American League East April 23, people have been waiting for their collapse.After all, this is a club many picked to finish in last place. Those predictions were based on the team's poor pitching the past few seasons (4.60 ERA last year, worst in the majors) and again in spring training."One magazine said we were going to be as bad as Colorado and Florida," said manager Sparky Anderson.But during the first three months this season, the Tigers have made a dramatic turnaround, mostly because their pitching has exceeded anyone's wildest imaginations with a 3.99 ERA."
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By Jim Henneman and Jim Henneman,Staff Writer | May 17, 1993
DETROIT -- Bruce Springsteen probably wouldn't mind the comparison.After Mike Mussina had tied an Orioles club record with 14 strikeouts in yesterday's 3-2 win over the Detroit Tigers, Sparky Anderson elevated the young right-hander into exclusive company."
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By Milton Kent and Milton Kent,Staff Writer | July 12, 1992
Last night's Orioles-Minnesota Twins game was designated "Hits for the Homeless Night" by the Orioles' wives who were answering calls by television viewers who pledged donations for each hit during the contest.Orioles starter Ben McDonald apparently was in the giving mood, surrendering six runs and 10 hits in 5 1/3 innings.Trouble was, the money was pledged for Orioles hits, not Minnesota's, and the Twins escaped with a 6-5 win before 45,903 at Oriole Park.The Orioles mustered a five-run rally in the seventh, capped by Tim Hulett's first home run of the season and Cal Ripken's first RBI in 16 games.
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By Jim Henneman and Jim Henneman,Staff Writer | May 17, 1992
CHICAGO -- Johnny Oates says that being in first place at this stage of the season doesn't mean anything to him.But the Orioles' manager does admit that his club's standing has temporarily made Glenn Davis a platoon player.Since returning from the disabled list May 5, Davis has started only two of 10 games, accounting for nine of his 13 total at-bats. He will be in the lineup today as designated hitter when the Orioles close this road trip against White Sox left-hander Greg Hibbard."Right now it's a platoon situation until he [Davis]
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By Jim Henneman and Jim Henneman,Staff Writer | April 28, 1992
MINNEAPOLIS -- Ever since 1983, when he broke in with the Oakland Athletics, Bill Krueger has been a baseball mystery.He has logged more than seven years of major-league service over that period -- but only once (1991) did he spend an entire year on an active roster. It's also the only time he's pitched more than 151 innings (175) at the highest level.Krueger's left-handedness has both intrigued and baffled the four teams for which he has played as well as numerous others who have had interest, including the Orioles.
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January 30, 1992
Baseball Boston Red Sox -- Agreed to terms with free-agent OF Herm Winningham (.225, 1 HR, 4 RBI) on a $450,000, one-year contract. Designated P Derek Livernois for assignment.Chicago White Sox -- Invited C Nelson Santovenia, C Clemente Alvarez, C Darrin Campbell, C Rogelio Nunez, IF Chris Cron, IF Joe Hall, IF Ever Magallanes, IF Mike Robertson, former Baltimore Orioles OF Brad Komminsk, OF Shawn Jeter, P Mike Dunne and P Rodney Bolton to spring training as non-roster players.Colorado Rockies -- Named former major-league P Jim McAndrew part-time scout.
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By Jim Henneman and Jim Henneman,Evening Sun Staff | July 30, 1991
SEATTLE -- With the 1991 season moving into the final two months, the Seattle Mariners have a threefold project.They have to keep sight of the other chasers in the Western Division as they jockey for position behind the leading Minnesota Twins. They also have to convince themselves they can be a factor in the race despite the fact they are still looking for their first winning season.And, perhaps easiest of all, the Mariners have to stay focused for two more nights before starting a stretch of 20 straight games against division rivals.
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By Milton Kent and Milton Kent,Staff Writer | July 12, 1992
Last night's Orioles-Minnesota Twins game was designated "Hits for the Homeless Night" by the Orioles' wives who were answering calls by television viewers who pledged donations for each hit during the contest.Orioles starter Ben McDonald apparently was in the giving mood, surrendering six runs and 10 hits in 5 1/3 innings.Trouble was, the money was pledged for Orioles hits, not Minnesota's, and the Twins escaped with a 6-5 win before 45,903 at Oriole Park.The Orioles mustered a five-run rally in the seventh, capped by Tim Hulett's first home run of the season and Cal Ripken's first RBI in 16 games.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Evening Sun Staff | July 29, 1991
Oakland's Rick Honeycutt now has 25 notches in his belt, one for each of the major-league teams he has defeated. Only the Dodgers are missing from the list.The lefthanded reliever made the Orioles No. 25 when he worked two scoreless innings in the A's 4-3 victory yesterday. It was his first career victory over the Orioles after five reversals.Honeycutt arrived at the start of the seventh inning in relief of Bob Welch, last year's Cy Young Award winner, with the score tied, 3-3. The Orioles promptly loaded the bases with none out, but Honeycutt wriggled out unscathed.
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