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By Peter Schmuck, The Baltimore Sun | June 21, 2014
If you're looking for consolation after what had to feel like the most devastating loss of the season Friday night, you might want to consider that the Orioles had no business even being in the game in the ninth inning. They didn't get a hit until the sixth inning, and when they did generate scoring opportunities in the late innings, they didn't do very much with them. But let's be honest, Ubaldo Jimenez should have driven right to Atlantic City after he left the game. He struggled with his control throughout and walked the bases loaded with two outs in the fifth inning before Mark Teixeira inexplicably lunged at the first pitch and rescued him with a groundout to first base.
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By Peter Schmuck, The Baltimore Sun | June 21, 2014
If you're looking for consolation after what had to feel like the most devastating loss of the season Friday night, you might want to consider that the Orioles had no business even being in the game in the ninth inning. They didn't get a hit until the sixth inning, and when they did generate scoring opportunities in the late innings, they didn't do very much with them. But let's be honest, Ubaldo Jimenez should have driven right to Atlantic City after he left the game. He struggled with his control throughout and walked the bases loaded with two outs in the fifth inning before Mark Teixeira inexplicably lunged at the first pitch and rescued him with a groundout to first base.
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By From Sun staff reports | January 1, 2010
St. Frances' boys basketball team played tenacious man-to-man defense and the third-ranked Panthers (9-4) knocked off top-ranked Mount St. Joseph, 68-55, in the consolation championship of the Beach Ball Classic Thursday in Myrtle Beach, S.C. The Gaels (12-2) have two losses in the past four days. In Monday's opening round, Cedar Hill of Texas beat Mount St. Joseph, 56-53, and St. Frances lost to Scott County of Kentucky, 75-64. The Panthers finished the tournament with a 3-1 record.
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