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By Everett Cook and The Baltimore Sun | August 17, 2012
It was the second inning and Orioles were already in position to blow the game open. Mark Reynolds had started the inning off with a home run - his fourth in six games. Then Manny Machado doubled and Omar Quintanilla walked. There were no outs, and with Nick Markakis up, the Orioles had Red Sox starter Clay Buchholz on the ropes. On the first pitch of the at bat, Markakis tried to get a bunt down and bounced the ball right in front of the plate. Boston catcher Jarrod Saltalamacchia had plenty of time to throw out Machado at third, which wouldn't have been the end of the world if Markakis was running out the bunt.
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By David Selig and The Baltimore Sun | April 27, 2013
We're almost a month into the season, and it seems an appropriate time for another trip "Around the AL East. " Here's a look at a main storyline for each opponent in the Orioles' division as well as a look at who's hot and who's not on each club:   BOSTON RED SOX (16-7) I'm not about to brag, because my preseason predictions overall don't look so great . But I did go on record saying that, in the AL East, “each of the five teams could conceivably win the division - or finish last.” Many people thought the Red Sox were the team least equipped to contend for the division title, but that sure hasn't looked the case through four weeks of baseball.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and Jeff Zrebiec,Sun Reporter | September 2, 2007
BOSTON -- Ten days after becoming the first team in the modern era to give up 30 runs in a game, the Orioles suffered another dose of baseball indignity last night, getting no-hit by Boston Red Sox rookie pitcher Clay Buchholz, who was making just his second major league start. On a warm night at Fenway Park, Buchholz, a 23-year-old right-hander who is considered Boston's top pitching prospect, became just the third pitcher since 1900 to throw a no-hitter in either his first or second major league start.
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By Matt Vensel | April 8, 2013
Adam Jones said Sunday he wanted to “shut up” Red Sox fans Monday during Boston's home opener. But instead, Jones and the red-hot Orioles offense got shut down by starter Clay Buchholz and the Red Sox. Buchholz pitched seven scoreless innings for the Red Sox, allowing three hits and striking out eight batters, including Jones once. He also issued four walks. Buchholz didn't allow an Orioles runner to reach third base. Obviously, a 3-1 loss was not what Jones had in mind Sunday when he said the Orioles planned to spoil Opening Day in Boston . "The more people, the more you want to shut them up. That's how I look at it. I don't care, they can stand up the whole game.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and Jeff Zrebiec,SUN REPORTER | September 1, 2007
BOSTON -- When Dave Trembley walked into the law office of Peter Angelos on Thursday, the Orioles' new manager meeting the team's owner for the first time, they shook hands and Trembley was given an immediate piece of advice. "The first thing that he said to me was, `Dave, don't look so dejected,' " Trembley said before last night's game. "He knows what's going on here. ... I needed [that]." Orioles @Red Sox Tonight, 7:05, MASN, 102.7 FM Starters: Garrett Olson (1-2, 7.33) vs. Clay Buchholz (1-0, 4.50)
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By JEFF ZREBIEC | August 18, 2008
Today Red Sox, 7:05 p.m., MASN * Starters: Red Sox's Jon Lester (11-4, 3.25) vs. Jeremy Guthrie (10-8, 3.18) Tomorrow Red Sox, 7:05 p.m., MASN * Starters: Red Sox's Daisuke Matsuzaka (14-2, 2.74) vs. Daniel Cabrera (8-7, 4.78) Wednesday Red Sox, 7:05 p.m., MASN * Starters: Red Sox's Clay Buchholz (2-8, 6.32) vs. Chris Waters (1-0, 4.32) Friday Yankees, 7:05 p.m., MASN * Starters: Yankees' Mike Mussina (15-7, 3.30) vs. TBA Saturday Yankees, 7:05 p.m., MASN * Starters: Yankees' TBA vs. TBA Red Sox update Boston had won four straight and seven of nine before being cooled off by the Toronto Blue Jays, who took both games in a series at Fenway Park that was abbreviated by a postponement because of rain.
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By DAN CONNOLLY | July 11, 2008
A recap of the Orioles' 6-5 loss to the Blue Jays last night: Another close shave The Orioles played their 90th complete game yesterday and, amazingly, their 51st that was decided by two runs or fewer. With the 6-5 loss, they dropped to 17-17 in one-run games and 23-28 in ones decided by two runs or fewer. The Orioles could have avoided the drama, but rookie reliever Jim Johnson allowed two runs in the bottom of the eighth. Getting it out of the way Orioles right fielder Nick Markakis extended his career-best hitting streak to 17 games.
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By Peter Schmuck | peter.schmuck@baltsun.com and Baltimore Sun reporter | March 7, 2010
Right-hander Jeremy Guthrie exhausted his pitch limit after only two innings during the Orioles' 5-4 exhibition loss to the Boston Red Sox, but he still went out to start the third and seemed quite satisfied with his second start of the spring. "I couldn't be more pleased," said Guthrie, who gave up a run on three hits and two walks over 2 1/3 innings. "I felt like I kept the ball down. I felt like it had good movement. Two of the biggest things I need to be more consistent with.
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By Phil Rogers | December 20, 2009
The Cubs still could make a splash this winter. They are in a big group of teams that is exploring a deal with Cuban left-hander Aroldis Chapman (left), who had a tryout last weekend in Houston. He's a potential front-of-the-rotation starter and could get to the big leagues in a hurry. … Are the Yankees quietly stalking Matt Holliday? They have insisted they aren't, but others aren't as sure. The Cardinals are remaining patient in their talks with Holliday, who doesn't appear to have generated a big market elsewhere.
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By Peter Schmuck | March 8, 2010
- Jeremy Guthrie exhausted his pitch limit after only two innings during the Orioles' 5-4 exhibition loss to the Boston Red Sox on Sunday, but he still went out to start the third and seemed satisfied with his second start of the spring. "I couldn't be more pleased," said Guthrie, who gave up a run on three hits and two walks over 2 1/3 innings. "I felt like I kept the ball down. I felt like it had good movement. Two of the biggest things I need to be more consistent with. I did walk guys and fell behind guys, but overall I'm very, very pleased with the way the fastball was coming out of my hand."
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By Everett Cook and The Baltimore Sun | August 17, 2012
It was the second inning and Orioles were already in position to blow the game open. Mark Reynolds had started the inning off with a home run - his fourth in six games. Then Manny Machado doubled and Omar Quintanilla walked. There were no outs, and with Nick Markakis up, the Orioles had Red Sox starter Clay Buchholz on the ropes. On the first pitch of the at bat, Markakis tried to get a bunt down and bounced the ball right in front of the plate. Boston catcher Jarrod Saltalamacchia had plenty of time to throw out Machado at third, which wouldn't have been the end of the world if Markakis was running out the bunt.
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By Jeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun | April 27, 2011
On nights like this, it's easy to forget that Zach Britton, the 23-year-old rookie with the hard sinker and steely nerves, wasn't even on the Orioles' Opening Day roster and has been a big leaguer for just over three weeks. It wasn't that Britton was flawless or dominant in the Orioles' much-needed 4-1 victory over the Boston Red Sox before an announced 18,938 at Camden Yards. He allowed one run and five hits, but some deep pitch counts forced him out of the game after six innings.
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By Phil Rogers | July 18, 2010
Joe Crede is just about ready to go after his latest back procedure. Agent Scott Boras says there's a chance Crede could help a team this season, but it's more likely he will look to sign in the offseason with an eye on 2011. … Adam Dunn is looking for a deal of at least four years for $60 million after having to settle for a two-year deal with the Nationals in his first run at free agency. The Nats want to keep him, but not at that price. It's likely he will be traded, with the Yankees, Angels and White Sox at the head of the list.
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By Peter Schmuck | March 8, 2010
- Jeremy Guthrie exhausted his pitch limit after only two innings during the Orioles' 5-4 exhibition loss to the Boston Red Sox on Sunday, but he still went out to start the third and seemed satisfied with his second start of the spring. "I couldn't be more pleased," said Guthrie, who gave up a run on three hits and two walks over 2 1/3 innings. "I felt like I kept the ball down. I felt like it had good movement. Two of the biggest things I need to be more consistent with. I did walk guys and fell behind guys, but overall I'm very, very pleased with the way the fastball was coming out of my hand."
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By Peter Schmuck | peter.schmuck@baltsun.com and Baltimore Sun reporter | March 7, 2010
Right-hander Jeremy Guthrie exhausted his pitch limit after only two innings during the Orioles' 5-4 exhibition loss to the Boston Red Sox, but he still went out to start the third and seemed quite satisfied with his second start of the spring. "I couldn't be more pleased," said Guthrie, who gave up a run on three hits and two walks over 2 1/3 innings. "I felt like I kept the ball down. I felt like it had good movement. Two of the biggest things I need to be more consistent with.
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By Phil Rogers | December 20, 2009
The Cubs still could make a splash this winter. They are in a big group of teams that is exploring a deal with Cuban left-hander Aroldis Chapman (left), who had a tryout last weekend in Houston. He's a potential front-of-the-rotation starter and could get to the big leagues in a hurry. … Are the Yankees quietly stalking Matt Holliday? They have insisted they aren't, but others aren't as sure. The Cardinals are remaining patient in their talks with Holliday, who doesn't appear to have generated a big market elsewhere.
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By JEFF ZREBIEC | September 1, 2007
TREMBLEY TOSSED Orioles manager Dave Trembley earned his first major league ejection in the fourth inning while arguing that Red Sox shortstop Julio Lugo obstructed Ramon Hernandez at third base. Trembley confronted third base umpire Ed Hickox first. When crew chief Joe West joined the argument, Trembley really got going, angrily gesticulating while remaining chest-to-chest with the umpire. He was thrown out by West but the argument carried on, with Trembley getting his money's worth with three umpires.
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By DAN CONNOLLY | August 20, 2008
A recap of the Orioles' 7-2 loss to the Red Sox last night: More woes for Cabrera Daniel Cabrera continued his lackluster play against Boston, allowing six earned runs in 4 1/3 innings to take the loss. He is 2-11 with a 7.13 ERA in 16 starts against the Red Sox in his career. In those games, the Orioles are 4-12. After allowing 12 base runners last night, Cabrera has yielded 155 hits or walks to the Red Sox in 77 innings. A major difference Cabrera and Daisuke Matsuzaka each got off to a rocky start last night, but only one was able to steady himself to turn in a scoreless first inning.
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By JEFF ZREBIEC | August 18, 2008
Today Red Sox, 7:05 p.m., MASN * Starters: Red Sox's Jon Lester (11-4, 3.25) vs. Jeremy Guthrie (10-8, 3.18) Tomorrow Red Sox, 7:05 p.m., MASN * Starters: Red Sox's Daisuke Matsuzaka (14-2, 2.74) vs. Daniel Cabrera (8-7, 4.78) Wednesday Red Sox, 7:05 p.m., MASN * Starters: Red Sox's Clay Buchholz (2-8, 6.32) vs. Chris Waters (1-0, 4.32) Friday Yankees, 7:05 p.m., MASN * Starters: Yankees' Mike Mussina (15-7, 3.30) vs. TBA Saturday Yankees, 7:05 p.m., MASN * Starters: Yankees' TBA vs. TBA Red Sox update Boston had won four straight and seven of nine before being cooled off by the Toronto Blue Jays, who took both games in a series at Fenway Park that was abbreviated by a postponement because of rain.
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