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By The Sports Network | October 3, 2010
Johnny Damon's RBI single in the sixth inning proved to be the difference, as the Detroit Tigers rallied past the Orioles, 4-2, in the final game of the season for both clubs. Brandon Inge hit a two-run homer for the Tigers (81-81), who snapped a six- game skid. Phil Coke, making his first big league start, lasted just 1 2/3 innings, allowing two runs on five hits. Daniel Schlereth (2-0) tossed 3 1/3 scoreless frames of relief to get the win. Nick Markakis and Luke Scott each drove in a run for the Orioles (66-96)
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Phil Rogers | October 8, 2011
Like Rudolf Nureyev , the Tigers have turned on a dime. They appeared to be downsizing less than two years ago when they traded Curtis Granderson and Edwin Jackson in moves that seemed to show owner Mike Ilitch's concern over a bloated payroll. But that viewpoint passed before the 2010 season started, with free agent Johnny Damon added from the flexibility created by that provocative three-team trade. General manager Dave Dombrowski said the Tigers were only regrouping.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and Jeff Zrebiec,Sun Reporter | September 21, 2006
Detroit Tigers@Orioles Day Time TV Starters Today 4:05 None Nate Robertson (13-12, 3.68 ERA) vs. Kris Benson (10-11, 4.54) Radio: WBAL (1090 AM) Scouting report Tigers update The game was rescheduled from May 11 when rain wiped away the final game of a three-game set between the teams at Camden Yards. It also represents a rematch of Saturday's pitching duel between Robertson and Benson, won by the Tigers, 2-0. Robertson held the Orioles to six hits in eight scoreless innings, while Benson allowed seven hits and two runs through eight innings.
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By Phil Rogers | February 20, 2011
Miguel Cabrera is one sad, hurting dude. His Tigers aren't doing too well either. It's hard to know who to feel worse for at this point — Cabrera, with a drinking problem that dwarfs his super-sized bat, or Mike Ilitch , the unusually generous, optimistic owner who in the last four years has invested about half-a-billion dollars in a team built around Cabrera. Or maybe tough manager Jim Leyland . He guided the Tigers and Marlins to the World Series in 2006 and 1997 — two of only five years he has managed when the most talented player on his roster wasn't Barry Bonds or Cabrera.
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Phil Rogers | October 8, 2011
Like Rudolf Nureyev , the Tigers have turned on a dime. They appeared to be downsizing less than two years ago when they traded Curtis Granderson and Edwin Jackson in moves that seemed to show owner Mike Ilitch's concern over a bloated payroll. But that viewpoint passed before the 2010 season started, with free agent Johnny Damon added from the flexibility created by that provocative three-team trade. General manager Dave Dombrowski said the Tigers were only regrouping.
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By peter schmuck and peter schmuck,peter.schmuck@baltsun.com | September 7, 2008
N ews item: Rookie quarterback Joe Flacco makes his regular-season NFL debut today in the Ravens' season opener against the Cincinnati Bengals. My take: This could be a watershed day in Ravens history ... or it could be the day history repeats itself with another rookie quarterback moving right into the starting lineup. I'm going to stay positive. Flacco will hold his own. News item: The Orioles extended the contract of manager Dave Trembley through the 2009 season Friday and added a club option for 2010.
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By Phil Rogers | February 20, 2011
Miguel Cabrera is one sad, hurting dude. His Tigers aren't doing too well either. It's hard to know who to feel worse for at this point — Cabrera, with a drinking problem that dwarfs his super-sized bat, or Mike Ilitch , the unusually generous, optimistic owner who in the last four years has invested about half-a-billion dollars in a team built around Cabrera. Or maybe tough manager Jim Leyland . He guided the Tigers and Marlins to the World Series in 2006 and 1997 — two of only five years he has managed when the most talented player on his roster wasn't Barry Bonds or Cabrera.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and Jeff Zrebiec,Sun reporter | July 18, 2008
The three-day All-Star break was supposed to refresh and recharge an Orioles team that has lost its way. One thing it clearly didn't do was eradicate a fundamental problem that has has been a problem for the club all year: poor base running. The Orioles had three runners thrown out on the bases and twice didn't score despite having runners on first and third and no outs. They nearly overcame the gaffes and three Detroit Tigers home runs before leaving the tying run at third base in the ninth inning in a 6-5 loss before an announced 23,224 last night at Camden Yards.
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By Jeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun | October 2, 2010
Orioles manager Buck Showalter talked before Saturday night's game about the kinship the Orioles' starters have developed, and that includes a friendly competition with each other. Making his final start of the season, Brian Matusz certainly wanted to avoid getting shown up by Chris Tillman and Jeremy Guthrie, both of whom pitched brilliantly in helping the Orioles sweep Friday's doubleheader. He also wanted to add one more positive chapter to a mostly impressive rookie season that ended in the best possible manner.
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April 28, 2004
Who's hot Brandon Inge of the Tigers hit his second grand slam in less than a week. It was his third homer of the season. Who's not The Cardinals are 3-8 at home and have been outscored 67-33 in the losses. Line of the day Omar Vizquel, Indians SS AB R H RBI HR 4 1 4 2 0 He said it "Nah. I'm stronger than the president." Cory Spinks, welterweight champ, when asked if he needed a warm-up before his first pitch in St. Louis, unlike the president on Opening Day On deck Kenny Rogers of the Rangers goes for his fourth victory to day, facing the Royals.
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By The Sports Network | October 3, 2010
Johnny Damon's RBI single in the sixth inning proved to be the difference, as the Detroit Tigers rallied past the Orioles, 4-2, in the final game of the season for both clubs. Brandon Inge hit a two-run homer for the Tigers (81-81), who snapped a six- game skid. Phil Coke, making his first big league start, lasted just 1 2/3 innings, allowing two runs on five hits. Daniel Schlereth (2-0) tossed 3 1/3 scoreless frames of relief to get the win. Nick Markakis and Luke Scott each drove in a run for the Orioles (66-96)
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By Jeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun | October 2, 2010
Orioles manager Buck Showalter talked before Saturday night's game about the kinship the Orioles' starters have developed, and that includes a friendly competition with each other. Making his final start of the season, Brian Matusz certainly wanted to avoid getting shown up by Chris Tillman and Jeremy Guthrie, both of whom pitched brilliantly in helping the Orioles sweep Friday's doubleheader. He also wanted to add one more positive chapter to a mostly impressive rookie season that ended in the best possible manner.
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By peter schmuck and peter schmuck,peter.schmuck@baltsun.com | September 7, 2008
N ews item: Rookie quarterback Joe Flacco makes his regular-season NFL debut today in the Ravens' season opener against the Cincinnati Bengals. My take: This could be a watershed day in Ravens history ... or it could be the day history repeats itself with another rookie quarterback moving right into the starting lineup. I'm going to stay positive. Flacco will hold his own. News item: The Orioles extended the contract of manager Dave Trembley through the 2009 season Friday and added a club option for 2010.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and Jeff Zrebiec,Sun reporter | July 18, 2008
The three-day All-Star break was supposed to refresh and recharge an Orioles team that has lost its way. One thing it clearly didn't do was eradicate a fundamental problem that has has been a problem for the club all year: poor base running. The Orioles had three runners thrown out on the bases and twice didn't score despite having runners on first and third and no outs. They nearly overcame the gaffes and three Detroit Tigers home runs before leaving the tying run at third base in the ninth inning in a 6-5 loss before an announced 23,224 last night at Camden Yards.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and Jeff Zrebiec,Sun Reporter | September 21, 2006
Detroit Tigers@Orioles Day Time TV Starters Today 4:05 None Nate Robertson (13-12, 3.68 ERA) vs. Kris Benson (10-11, 4.54) Radio: WBAL (1090 AM) Scouting report Tigers update The game was rescheduled from May 11 when rain wiped away the final game of a three-game set between the teams at Camden Yards. It also represents a rematch of Saturday's pitching duel between Robertson and Benson, won by the Tigers, 2-0. Robertson held the Orioles to six hits in eight scoreless innings, while Benson allowed seven hits and two runs through eight innings.
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By JEFF ZREBIEC and JEFF ZREBIEC,SUN REPORTER | May 11, 2006
Rodrigo Lopez jerked his head back long enough to see where Brandon Inge's drive was likely headed. He couldn't bear to watch the ball's flight, so the Orioles starter stomped toward home plate and twice pounded his fist into his glove. There has never been a more frustrating time for Lopez in an Orioles uniform. His winless streak stretched to seven outings last night when two pitches in the seventh inning ruined what was shaping up as a solid performance. Tigers@Orioles Tonight, 7:05, Comcast SportsNet, 1090 AM Starters: Tigers' Kenny Rogers (5-2, 3.28)
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