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By Peter Schmuck and The Baltimore Sun | March 1, 2014
There was a bit of a buzz around the Orioles complex Saturday over comments by New York Yankees general manager Brian Cashman that essentially dismissed the team's surprising 2012 season as a statistical fluke.  "The run differential is more reflective of the talent on the field. When you overperform, like the Orioles did [in 2012], you realize that's more of an anomaly," Cashman told the New York Post on Tuesday. "And last year was a market correction. " The comments blew up on Oriole message boards over the past few days, but the club has been dealing with the passing of public relations director Monica Pence Barlow and has remained largely silent about Cashman's comments.
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Peter Schmuck | March 4, 2014
There's just something about the New York Yankees that makes the blood of true Baltimoreans boil. Maybe it's the fact that they win too much. Maybe it's the fact that they spend too much. Maybe it's the fact that they won't apologize for being the big dog in the Big Apple with the biggest wallet. It's all of those things, but there's really something much more basic going on that transcends the dynamic between the Orioles and the division rival that seems to get under their skin more than any other.
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November 29, 2010
Cashman forced to pay Dan Connolly Baltimore Sun Brian Cashman, but it doesn't matter. Because Derek Jeter is more valuable to the Yankees than to anyone else, and they'll eventually have to pay him close to what he wants. The Orioles faced a similar dilemma with Cal Ripken Jr. , when he approached his final contract. There is no way they could have let him finish his career elsewhere. Jeter will be 37 in June and his skills are declining.
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By Peter Schmuck and The Baltimore Sun | March 1, 2014
There was a bit of a buzz around the Orioles complex Saturday over comments by New York Yankees general manager Brian Cashman that essentially dismissed the team's surprising 2012 season as a statistical fluke.  "The run differential is more reflective of the talent on the field. When you overperform, like the Orioles did [in 2012], you realize that's more of an anomaly," Cashman told the New York Post on Tuesday. "And last year was a market correction. " The comments blew up on Oriole message boards over the past few days, but the club has been dealing with the passing of public relations director Monica Pence Barlow and has remained largely silent about Cashman's comments.
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By Phil Rogers | July 3, 2011
CC Sabathia, who joins Justin Verlander on the list of pitchers ruled out of the All-Star Game because they are set to work next Sunday, says he would rather go to the Bahamas on vacation than Phoenix. The bet is he'll be there anyway. … Sabathia will use his opt-out clause to get a new deal in the offseason, and it's not a slam dunk he stays with the Yankees. … That was some at-bat Dustin Ackley had against Jonny Venters on Wednesday. The Mariners' rookie second baseman homered, the first extra-base hit the Braves lefty had given up this season.
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By Peter Schmuck and Peter Schmuck,SUN STAFF | August 13, 2000
For a few days, it looked as if Jose Canseco - through no fault of his own -- was going to put a big dent in the wonderful chemistry that has carried the New York Yankees to three world titles in the last four years. The Yankees claimed Canseco off waivers, hoping to block a deal that would send him to one of their AL East competitors. They never imagined that the Tampa Bay Devil Rays would let him go for a $20,000 waiver price, and now are stuck with a player who they didn't want in the first place.
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By Joe Christensen and Joe Christensen,SUN STAFF | October 23, 2003
MIAMI - Brian Cashman became the New York Yankees' general manager in February 1998, a few months after the Orioles went wire-to-wire and won the American League East. Since then, the Yankees have won six division titles. Cashman is 6-for-6. But as he stood watching batting practice last night, before Game 4 of the World Series, Cashman acknowledged that the balance of power could soon shift in the AL East. "I see Tampa Bay catching up," he said. "A lot of those players that [GM] Chuck LaMar has been drafting are starting make an impact: Carl Crawford and Rocco Baldelli.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | July 25, 2000
Denny Neagle couldn't quite explain his feelings last night as he stood in the clubhouse, wearing the uniform of the New York Yankees he once hated as a youngster and the same uniform all his friends and most of his family in nearby Gambrills still love to hate. He is one of the hottest pitchers in baseball on the most famous team in the history of the game and he wanted to be completely happy. But something just didn't seem right. Neagle couldn't completely hide his love for Baltimore, the Orioles, University of Maryland basketball, Len Bias, Arundel High and his high school baseball coach, Bernie Walter.
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Peter Schmuck | March 4, 2014
There's just something about the New York Yankees that makes the blood of true Baltimoreans boil. Maybe it's the fact that they win too much. Maybe it's the fact that they spend too much. Maybe it's the fact that they won't apologize for being the big dog in the Big Apple with the biggest wallet. It's all of those things, but there's really something much more basic going on that transcends the dynamic between the Orioles and the division rival that seems to get under their skin more than any other.
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September 30, 2005
Good morning --Chicago White Sox -- Nothing to it, right? Had them all the way. QUESTION OF THE DAY Should the Orioles bring back Jim Beattie or Mike Flanagan, both or neither? Doesn't matter in the least as long as Peter Angelos still runs the organization. Mark Walters Grasonville Why do the Orioles need any GM? I say cut out the middleman. Angelos became a "baseball man" the day he purchased the team! Don Truitt Bethesda Slay the two-headed monster and hire a real GM, e.g., [Brian]
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By Phil Rogers | July 3, 2011
CC Sabathia, who joins Justin Verlander on the list of pitchers ruled out of the All-Star Game because they are set to work next Sunday, says he would rather go to the Bahamas on vacation than Phoenix. The bet is he'll be there anyway. … Sabathia will use his opt-out clause to get a new deal in the offseason, and it's not a slam dunk he stays with the Yankees. … That was some at-bat Dustin Ackley had against Jonny Venters on Wednesday. The Mariners' rookie second baseman homered, the first extra-base hit the Braves lefty had given up this season.
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November 29, 2010
Cashman forced to pay Dan Connolly Baltimore Sun Brian Cashman, but it doesn't matter. Because Derek Jeter is more valuable to the Yankees than to anyone else, and they'll eventually have to pay him close to what he wants. The Orioles faced a similar dilemma with Cal Ripken Jr. , when he approached his final contract. There is no way they could have let him finish his career elsewhere. Jeter will be 37 in June and his skills are declining.
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By Joe Christensen and Joe Christensen,SUN STAFF | October 23, 2003
MIAMI - Brian Cashman became the New York Yankees' general manager in February 1998, a few months after the Orioles went wire-to-wire and won the American League East. Since then, the Yankees have won six division titles. Cashman is 6-for-6. But as he stood watching batting practice last night, before Game 4 of the World Series, Cashman acknowledged that the balance of power could soon shift in the AL East. "I see Tampa Bay catching up," he said. "A lot of those players that [GM] Chuck LaMar has been drafting are starting make an impact: Carl Crawford and Rocco Baldelli.
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By Peter Schmuck and Peter Schmuck,SUN STAFF | August 13, 2000
For a few days, it looked as if Jose Canseco - through no fault of his own -- was going to put a big dent in the wonderful chemistry that has carried the New York Yankees to three world titles in the last four years. The Yankees claimed Canseco off waivers, hoping to block a deal that would send him to one of their AL East competitors. They never imagined that the Tampa Bay Devil Rays would let him go for a $20,000 waiver price, and now are stuck with a player who they didn't want in the first place.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | July 25, 2000
Denny Neagle couldn't quite explain his feelings last night as he stood in the clubhouse, wearing the uniform of the New York Yankees he once hated as a youngster and the same uniform all his friends and most of his family in nearby Gambrills still love to hate. He is one of the hottest pitchers in baseball on the most famous team in the history of the game and he wanted to be completely happy. But something just didn't seem right. Neagle couldn't completely hide his love for Baltimore, the Orioles, University of Maryland basketball, Len Bias, Arundel High and his high school baseball coach, Bernie Walter.
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June 14, 1998
Quote: "A lot of people came today to see a game. I was shocked. They wanted us to play." -- Yankees GM Brian Cashman, on seeing 30,000 in the stands at Yankee Stadium in the rain before the game with the Indians was postponed.It's a fact: The Athletics' Mike Blowers is 6-for-12 lifetime against Randy Johnson.Who's hot: The Red Sox's Troy O'Leary has five straight games of two hits each.Who's not: The Devil Rays have lost eight of their past 10 and 16 of their past 23.On deck: Two of the AL's top pitchers square off today, when the Angels' Chuck Finley (7-2)
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By BILL ORDINE | April 22, 2008
It's a little early for the Reign of Terror to begin up in the Bronx, but I'll take my chuckles where I can find them. Steinbrenner the Lesser, the chip off the old block known as Hank, is in full-throttle Robespierre mode now that the Yankees are just 10-10 and 3 1/2 games out of first in the American League East (we can all hope that losing two of three to the Orioles also helped). Team co-chairman Hank is especially upset that Joba Chamberlain is still working out of the Yankees' bullpen rather than starting.
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