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August 22, 1993
BaseballBoston Red Sox -- Acquired OF/DH Rob Deer from the Detroit Tigers for a player to be named. Placed IF Luis Rivera on the 15-day DL.Colorado Rockies -- Activated 1B Andres Galarraga and P Bruce Hurst from the 15-day DL.Detroit Tigers -- Signed P Joe Boever.San Francisco Giants -- Placed CF Darren Lewis on the 15-day DL, retroactive to Friday. Recalled C Craig Colbert from Triple-A Phoenix.CollegesNebraska -- Announced that women's soccer will be a varsity sport beginning in 1994-95.
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August 4, 1992
BASEBALL American League * DETROIT TIGERS -- Fired Bo Schembechler, president, and Jim Campbell, chairman of the board and chief executive officer. Announced that team owner Thomas Monaghan will assume the duties of president.National League * COLORADO ROCKIES -- Announced the resignation of Mickey Monus, vice chairman.* PITTSBURGH PIRATES -- Signed Jason Phillips, pitcher, and assigned him to Bradenton of the Gulf Coast League.BASKETBALLContinental Basketball Association* GRAND RAPIDS HOOPS -- Signed Ronnie Thompkins, forward.
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By Dan Connolly and The Baltimore Sun | January 22, 2014
A potential deal with outfielder Tyler Colvin has been held up due to concerns the Orioles had about a physical he took last Wednesday, according to an industry source. No specifics were given as to what questions the Orioles may have had or if the Orioles and Colvin could potentially agree to a lesser deal.  Asked earlier today about any hold up involving Colvin, Orioles executive vice president Dan Duquette said: “We didn't report anything with Colvin. We never reported anything with Colvin.” Duquette has never confirmed that a deal was in place with Colvin - or that the club was talking to the 28-year-old outfielder.
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By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | March 4, 2014
SARASOTA, Fla. - The Orioles are shelving right-hander Edgmer Escalona for the next three weeks because of inflammation in his right shoulder. The 27-year-old Escalona's only spring training appearance was an unimpressive one. He allowed five runs - all earned - on four hits over one innings of work in Saturday's Grapefruit League home opener against the Blue Jays. So far this spring the Orioles have avoided any significant injuries, but this one definitely hurts Escalona's chances of making the major league roster on Opening Day. He was still somewhat of a dark horse to make the club, but now Escalona likely won't be ready to return before the final week of exhibition games.
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By DAN CONNOLLY | April 1, 2007
BREAKOUT PLAYER / / TROY TULOWITZKI Team / / Colorado Rockies Position / / Shortstop Comment / / Tulowitzki was taken with the seventh pick in the first round of the 2005 draft. By the end of August 2006, he was in the major leagues. And he might stay there for years. He's 6 feet 3 and 205 pounds and should be able to take advantage of the thin air at Coors Field. He's just 22, but the Rockies have cleared a space for him. COLORADO ROCKIES LAST SEASON / / 76-86 / / TIED FOR FOURTH PLACE LINEUP 2006 STATISTICS CF Willy Taveras .278, 83 runs, 33 SBs 2B Kaz Matsui .267, 3 HRs, 26 RBIs 3B Garrett Atkins .329, 29 HRs, 120 RBIs 1B Todd Helton .302, 15 HRs, 81 RBIs LF Matt Holliday .326, 34 HRs, 114 RBIs RF Brad Hawpe .293, 22 HRs, 84 RBIs SS Troy Tulowitzki .240, 1 HR in 96 ABs C Chris Iannetta .260, 2 HRs, 10 RBIs ROTATION RHP Aaron Cook 9-15, 4.23, 92 K's LHP Jeff Francis 13-11, 4.16 ERA, 117K's RHP Rodrigo Lopez 9-18, 5.90 ERA, 136 K's RHP Jason Hirsh 3-4, 6.04 ERA, 29 K's RHP Josh Fogg 11-9, 5.49, 93 K's BULLPEN LHP Brian Fuentes 3-4, 3.44 ERA, 30 saves RHP LaTroy Hawkins 3-2, 4.48 ERA, 0 saves LHP Jeremy Affeldt 8-8, 6.20 ERA, 1 save Manager / / Clint Hurdle, sixth season Payroll / / $54 million X-factor / / Is Willy Taveras the slap hitter who nearly got benched in the first half last year or the author of a 30-game hitting streak in the second half?
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April 11, 1995
California Angels -- Agreed to terms with 1B J. T. Snow, OF Kevin Flora and P Mike James on one-year contracts.Chicago Cubs -- Signed free-agent P Mike Perez to a minor-league contract and invited him to spring training as a nonroster player.Chicago White Sox -- Signed free-agent 3B Chris Sabo, who had been with the Orioles, to a one-year contract.Cincinnati Reds -- Obtained P Marcus Moore (4-2 with a 6.45 ERA in 56 relief appearances during the past two seasons) from the Colorado Rockies for Single-A IF Chris Sexton.
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April 24, 1992
Although the Colorado Rockies won't field a team for another year, the franchise already ranks fourth among major-league teams in season-ticket sales.The club has commitments for 24,168 season tickets, Rockies president Steve Ehrhart said yesterday.That trails only the Los Angeles Dodgers, who have sold 27,000 season tickets, the Toronto Blue Jays (26,000) and the Orioles (24,400). The Dodgers and Blue Jays cut off season-ticket sales at their respective totals.* YANKEES: The formal settlement of Leonard Kleinman's lawsuit against commissioner Fay Vincent was pushed back a day because documents arrived too late yesterday.
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By Brad Snyder | June 11, 1995
To avoid hiring a real commissioner to solve baseball's plethora of problems, baseball czar Bud Selig endorsed an Angelosian idea at Wednesday's owners meeting -- build new, publicly-funded ballparks in 11 major league cities. Will these new facilities cure baseball's ills? This week's selection is an unscientific analysis of the franchises with the most recenltly-built ballparks.Colorado Rockies -- UP -- The facade of Coors Field looks like Ebbets Field. The difference is the Rockies aren't playing like bums.
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By David Steele | October 7, 2007
Rafael Palmeiro says he's appalled by Marion Jones' insincerity and dishonesty. Just so I understand: The NBA has a player dress code, but not a team executive harassment code, right? Not to pretend to be a football expert or anything, but maybe this afternoon against the 49ers, the Ravens could try running the ball. With the back they traded three picks to get, dumped their all-time career rushing leader to make room for, and are paying $40 million to keep. Whether the Orioles will regret Jim Duquette's leaving depends on whom Andy MacPhail gets to replace him. But Duquette is a good enough personnel man to put the regret ideas in the back of your head someday.
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By Dan Connolly and Dan Connolly,Sun Reporter | October 28, 2007
DENVER -- For several minutes, for half an inning, there was legitimate, breath-holding, hat-hanging drama in a World Series that previously had looked like a Boston Red Sox highlight film. Then the Red Sox did what they've done all year: Their hitters bashed the opposing reliever and their own bullpen held steady. And when the dust settled after four hours and 19 minutes on the first World Series game ever held in Denver, the Red Sox emerged with a 10-5 win over the Colorado Rockies last night and a commanding 3-0 lead.
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