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May 19, 2002
The numbers 2 Walk-off home runs surrendered by Jorge Julio on last road trip. .508 Orioles' all-time winning percentage vs. Tampa Bay. 2.01 Rodrigo Lopez's American League-leading ERA. .349 Chris Singleton's May batting average. 8 Melvin Mora's team-leading stolen base total.
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By Jeff Barker, The Baltimore Sun | February 22, 2011
Maryland plays a Florida State team Wednesday night that is top-ranked in the nation in defense and features a 26-year-old shot blocker who never played in high school or the Amateur Athletic Union but honed his game on military bases in the Middle East, where the temperature climbed above 115 degrees. The Seminoles (19-7, 9-3 Atlantic Coast Conference) build themselves around size and length - attributes that are an integral part of the coaching staff's plan of complicating life for opposing scorers.
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By Peter Schmuck and Peter Schmuck,SUN STAFF | January 31, 2002
New Orioles outfielder Chris Singleton bears a slight resemblance to the guy with the same last name who used to roam the outfield at Memorial Stadium. Enough so that he has spent his career living with the misconception that he is the son of former Orioles star Ken Singleton. "It seemed like every day of my rookie year, somebody would ask me, `How's your father?' " said Singleton with a laugh during his introductory news conference yesterday at Camden Yards. Apparently, it didn't bother him very much, because the 29-year-old center fielder has chosen to wear No. 29 in his first season with the Orioles -- the same number worn by Ken Singleton for a decade (1975-84)
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF | August 3, 2002
TORONTO - Scott Erickson held the ball for the Orioles last night, and both teams held their tempers. Nobody charged the field from the dugout or bullpen, no punches were thrown, no ejections or suspensions were necessary. Defeat never came to the Orioles, either, because their opponent relinquished a lead it held since the first inning. And because Gary Matthews gripped a bat at the most opportune time. Matthews hit a three-run homer off Toronto closer Kelvim Escobar in the ninth inning, and the Orioles rallied from a substantial deficit and another early departure by Erickson to take a 9-8 victory over the Blue Jays before 19,052 at SkyDome.
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April 20, 2000
Angels: Adam Kennedy tied a club record with eight RBIs and came within a double of the cycle as Ana-heim defeated Toronto on Tues-day, 16-10. Red Sox: Pete Schourek scattered six hits over seven innings as Bos-ton beat the Tigers on Tuesday, 7-0. White Sox: The start of yesterday's game was delayed 58 minutes by rain. But after Mariners leadoff Mark McLemore was thrown out on a bunt, umpires waved the teams off three minutes into the game when it started raining hard-er. Before the field could be cov-ered, the second delay lasted just 11 minutes and the game resumed.
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By Roch Kubatko | March 8, 2002
The game It started an hour late because of rain, forcing Orioles pitcher Scott Erickson to warm up twice before the first inning. The Orioles didn't score until the seventh when Jeff Conine hit a bases-empty homer. Umpires stopped play before the eighth. The arms Erickson allowed one run in three innings, with no walks or strikeouts. He gave up four hits. Calvin Maduro became the first Orioles pitcher this spring to go four innings, allowing four hits and keeping the Red Sox scoreless.
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By Roch Kubatko | March 29, 2002
The game A leadoff homer by Brian Roberts got the Orioles started right, and a two-run shot by Brook Fordyce in the ninth gave them the victory. The Orioles had trailed 7-2 before rallying. The Marlins were denied the tying run with two outs in the ninth on a running catch by right fielder Jay Gibbons. The arms Rookie left-hander Erik Bedard lasted only one inning, allowing a run-scoring single by Mike Lowell and three-run homer by Derrek Lee. Lee added a run-scoring double off Travis Driskill in the third.
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF | August 3, 2002
TORONTO - Scott Erickson held the ball for the Orioles last night, and both teams held their tempers. Nobody charged the field from the dugout or bullpen, no punches were thrown, no ejections or suspensions were necessary. Defeat never came to the Orioles, either, because their opponent relinquished a lead it held since the first inning. And because Gary Matthews gripped a bat at the most opportune time. Matthews hit a three-run homer off Toronto closer Kelvim Escobar in the ninth inning, and the Orioles rallied from a substantial deficit and another early departure by Erickson to take a 9-8 victory over the Blue Jays before 19,052 at SkyDome.
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By Joe Christensen and Joe Christensen,SUN STAFF | June 25, 2002
Around this time last season, the bottom fell out for the Orioles. They lost three dependable veterans, and soon they lost their dignity, falling from three games under .500 on July 1 to 35 under at season's end. That's why there was a sinking feeling 11 days ago when first baseman Jeff Conine strained his right hamstring and third baseman Tony Batista took a fastball to the helmet. A team that had already lost David Segui, the No. 3 hitter in its lineup, faced the prospect of moving forward without its No. 4 hitter and No. 6 hitter as well.
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By Jeff Barker, The Baltimore Sun | February 22, 2011
Maryland plays a Florida State team Wednesday night that is top-ranked in the nation in defense and features a 26-year-old shot blocker who never played in high school or the Amateur Athletic Union but honed his game on military bases in the Middle East, where the temperature climbed above 115 degrees. The Seminoles (19-7, 9-3 Atlantic Coast Conference) build themselves around size and length - attributes that are an integral part of the coaching staff's plan of complicating life for opposing scorers.
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By Joe Christensen and Joe Christensen,SUN STAFF | June 25, 2002
Around this time last season, the bottom fell out for the Orioles. They lost three dependable veterans, and soon they lost their dignity, falling from three games under .500 on July 1 to 35 under at season's end. That's why there was a sinking feeling 11 days ago when first baseman Jeff Conine strained his right hamstring and third baseman Tony Batista took a fastball to the helmet. A team that had already lost David Segui, the No. 3 hitter in its lineup, faced the prospect of moving forward without its No. 4 hitter and No. 6 hitter as well.
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June 2, 2002
The numbers 1 Combined wins for Scott Erickson and Calvin Maduro in May. .179 Brian Roberts' batting average. 2.31 B.J. Ryan's ERA since April 19. 15 Game hitting streak for Chris Singleton that ended Tuesday. 23 RBIs for Jeff Conine during May.
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By Roch Kubatko | March 29, 2002
The game A leadoff homer by Brian Roberts got the Orioles started right, and a two-run shot by Brook Fordyce in the ninth gave them the victory. The Orioles had trailed 7-2 before rallying. The Marlins were denied the tying run with two outs in the ninth on a running catch by right fielder Jay Gibbons. The arms Rookie left-hander Erik Bedard lasted only one inning, allowing a run-scoring single by Mike Lowell and three-run homer by Derrek Lee. Lee added a run-scoring double off Travis Driskill in the third.
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By Roch Kubatko | March 8, 2002
The game It started an hour late because of rain, forcing Orioles pitcher Scott Erickson to warm up twice before the first inning. The Orioles didn't score until the seventh when Jeff Conine hit a bases-empty homer. Umpires stopped play before the eighth. The arms Erickson allowed one run in three innings, with no walks or strikeouts. He gave up four hits. Calvin Maduro became the first Orioles pitcher this spring to go four innings, allowing four hits and keeping the Red Sox scoreless.
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By Peter Schmuck and Peter Schmuck,SUN STAFF | January 31, 2002
New Orioles outfielder Chris Singleton bears a slight resemblance to the guy with the same last name who used to roam the outfield at Memorial Stadium. Enough so that he has spent his career living with the misconception that he is the son of former Orioles star Ken Singleton. "It seemed like every day of my rookie year, somebody would ask me, `How's your father?' " said Singleton with a laugh during his introductory news conference yesterday at Camden Yards. Apparently, it didn't bother him very much, because the 29-year-old center fielder has chosen to wear No. 29 in his first season with the Orioles -- the same number worn by Ken Singleton for a decade (1975-84)
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April 20, 2000
Angels: Adam Kennedy tied a club record with eight RBIs and came within a double of the cycle as Ana-heim defeated Toronto on Tues-day, 16-10. Red Sox: Pete Schourek scattered six hits over seven innings as Bos-ton beat the Tigers on Tuesday, 7-0. White Sox: The start of yesterday's game was delayed 58 minutes by rain. But after Mariners leadoff Mark McLemore was thrown out on a bunt, umpires waved the teams off three minutes into the game when it started raining hard-er. Before the field could be cov-ered, the second delay lasted just 11 minutes and the game resumed.
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