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By From Staff Reports | April 17, 1995
DURHAM, N.C. -- Kenneth Warner went 3-for-4 with four RBIs to lead the Durham Bulls to a 9-5 victory over the Frederick Keys yesterday in a Single-A Carolina League game. Frederick fell to 3-7.
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By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | August 21, 2014
Orioles pitching prospect Mike Wright was one strike away from throwing a no-hitter for Triple-A Norfolk on Thursday night in a 5-2 win over the Durham Bulls. Wright came as close as possible to tossing a no-hitter, allowing a two-out double to Mike Mahtook on a 1-2 count in the ninth inning. Earlier in the inning, shortstop Alexi Casilla committed a throwing error with two outs on a play that could have ended the game. After allowing the double to Mahtook - which also ended Wright's shutout bid - he was replaced by right-hander Brock Huntzinger.
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By From Staff Reports | July 28, 1995
DURHAM, N.C. -- Angel Pagan hit his first home run and drove in three runs to lead the Frederick Keys to an 8-5 victory over the Durham Bulls in a Single-A Carolina League game last night.Rachaad Stewart (8-5) allowed two earned runs and struck out 11 in seven innings to pick up the win for the Keys (40-58).The Bulls fell to 43-57.
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July 8, 1999
Auto racingNASCAR: Fined Scott Eggleston, Sterling Marlin's crew chief, $50,000 for an illegal insert in the intake manifold.BaseballDurham Bulls (Triple-A): Activated former Red Wings P Bobby Munoz from DL.CollegeECAC: Announced the resignation of assistant commissioners Richard Dalrymple and John Garner.MAAC: Extended the contract of commissioner Rich Ensor through 2004.East Tennessee State: Extended the contract of men's basketball coach Ed DeChellis through March, 2003.Kings Point: Named Bill Lange men's basketball coach.
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By From Staff Reports | July 11, 1994
FREDERICK -- Eric Chavez and Clayton Byrne both homered to back Jay Powell's seven innings of three-hit pitching, leading the Frederick Keys (12-7) to a 3-0 win over the Durham Bulls (14-6) in a Single-A Carolina League game at Harry Grove Stadium yesterday.Powell, the Orioles' top draft pick in 1993, evened his record at 6-6. Chris Lemp pitched the ninth for his 12th save.
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By Special to The Sun | April 12, 1991
DURHAM, N.C. -- Right-hander Matt Murray, 20, threw six innings of two-hit, shutout ball to lead the Durham Bulls to a 4-0 win over the Frederick Keys last night in the season opener for both clubs.Murray (1-0) retired the first eight batters he faced, striking out four, before Keys second baseman Tony Beasley reached on a bunt single in the third inning. Murray then retired nine in a row, a string that ended when center fielder Damon Buford tripled in the sixth.Keys starter Chuck Ricci (0-1)
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By JAMES H. BREADY KINDA BLUE Ann Grifalconi Little, Brown 30 pages. $15.95. Ages 4-8 and JAMES H. BREADY KINDA BLUE Ann Grifalconi Little, Brown 30 pages. $15.95. Ages 4-8,LOS ANGELES TIMES | September 19, 1993
EDDIE NEVILLE OF THE DURHAM BULLSBill KirklandMcFarland & Co.191 pages. $24.95 (paperback)Eddie Neville pitched and pitched, but never made it to the majors. He was a Baltimore high school star at Mount St. Joseph, but his 10-year career went by mostly in towns in North Carolina and, winters, the Canal Zone. Now that he is the subject of an unusually detailed and understanding baseball biography -- alas that Eddie Neville (1922-1989) is not around to enjoy it.As a boy in Durham, N.C., Bill Kirkland hero-worshiped this smal(5 feet 10 inches)
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | June 22, 1997
Chris Fussell, one of the Orioles' most highly regarded prospects, saw his tough season continue yesterday when the host Binghamton Mets ripped him for eight runs in an 11-4 Double-A Eastern League win over the Bowie Baysox.Fussell (1-6) lasted 2 1/3 innings, allowing six hits and three walks.In other Baysox news, right-handed pitcher Matt Snyder and catcher Melvin Rosario were named to the Double-A All-Star team. The July 7 game in San Antonio will pit players from American League and National League affiliates.
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July 8, 1999
Auto racingNASCAR: Fined Scott Eggleston, Sterling Marlin's crew chief, $50,000 for an illegal insert in the intake manifold.BaseballDurham Bulls (Triple-A): Activated former Red Wings P Bobby Munoz from DL.CollegeECAC: Announced the resignation of assistant commissioners Richard Dalrymple and John Garner.MAAC: Extended the contract of commissioner Rich Ensor through 2004.East Tennessee State: Extended the contract of men's basketball coach Ed DeChellis through March, 2003.Kings Point: Named Bill Lange men's basketball coach.
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By Kent Baker | June 13, 1991
It has been a discouraging season on the field for the defending Carolina League champions, but the turnstiles have been clicking.With an appearance by President Bush Saturday, the Keys drew the biggest Grove Stadium crowd in their history (7,912) and went on to a three-game weekend total of 19,652 for a series against the Durham Bulls (another record).Through 28 dates, the Keys had an average crowd of 3,738, second in the league to Durham, despite their worst start in the standings.The largest crowd to attend a Frederick game came during the Keys' first year (at old McCurdy Field)
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | June 22, 1997
Chris Fussell, one of the Orioles' most highly regarded prospects, saw his tough season continue yesterday when the host Binghamton Mets ripped him for eight runs in an 11-4 Double-A Eastern League win over the Bowie Baysox.Fussell (1-6) lasted 2 1/3 innings, allowing six hits and three walks.In other Baysox news, right-handed pitcher Matt Snyder and catcher Melvin Rosario were named to the Double-A All-Star team. The July 7 game in San Antonio will pit players from American League and National League affiliates.
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By TIM WARREN | July 30, 1995
It's about 1:30 on a steamy Sunday afternoon in June, and in 30 minutes, the Frederick Keys are to play the Durham Bulls in Frederick's Harry Grove Memorial Stadium. Larry Martin, as general manager of the Baltimore Orioles' single-A minor league team, is assembling the Different Drummers, a band from Washington, to play the National Anthem. Mr. Martin may be one of the most creative people in minor league ball, but at this particular time he's standing in the hot sunshine, a straw hat covering his head, signaling the saxophone player to get the other Drummers over behind home plate.
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By From Staff Reports | July 28, 1995
DURHAM, N.C. -- Angel Pagan hit his first home run and drove in three runs to lead the Frederick Keys to an 8-5 victory over the Durham Bulls in a Single-A Carolina League game last night.Rachaad Stewart (8-5) allowed two earned runs and struck out 11 in seven innings to pick up the win for the Keys (40-58).The Bulls fell to 43-57.
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By From Staff Reports | April 17, 1995
DURHAM, N.C. -- Kenneth Warner went 3-for-4 with four RBIs to lead the Durham Bulls to a 9-5 victory over the Frederick Keys yesterday in a Single-A Carolina League game. Frederick fell to 3-7.
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By From Staff Reports | July 11, 1994
FREDERICK -- Eric Chavez and Clayton Byrne both homered to back Jay Powell's seven innings of three-hit pitching, leading the Frederick Keys (12-7) to a 3-0 win over the Durham Bulls (14-6) in a Single-A Carolina League game at Harry Grove Stadium yesterday.Powell, the Orioles' top draft pick in 1993, evened his record at 6-6. Chris Lemp pitched the ninth for his 12th save.
NEWS
By JAMES H. BREADY KINDA BLUE Ann Grifalconi Little, Brown 30 pages. $15.95. Ages 4-8 and JAMES H. BREADY KINDA BLUE Ann Grifalconi Little, Brown 30 pages. $15.95. Ages 4-8,LOS ANGELES TIMES | September 19, 1993
EDDIE NEVILLE OF THE DURHAM BULLSBill KirklandMcFarland & Co.191 pages. $24.95 (paperback)Eddie Neville pitched and pitched, but never made it to the majors. He was a Baltimore high school star at Mount St. Joseph, but his 10-year career went by mostly in towns in North Carolina and, winters, the Canal Zone. Now that he is the subject of an unusually detailed and understanding baseball biography -- alas that Eddie Neville (1922-1989) is not around to enjoy it.As a boy in Durham, N.C., Bill Kirkland hero-worshiped this smal(5 feet 10 inches)
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By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | August 21, 2014
Orioles pitching prospect Mike Wright was one strike away from throwing a no-hitter for Triple-A Norfolk on Thursday night in a 5-2 win over the Durham Bulls. Wright came as close as possible to tossing a no-hitter, allowing a two-out double to Mike Mahtook on a 1-2 count in the ninth inning. Earlier in the inning, shortstop Alexi Casilla committed a throwing error with two outs on a play that could have ended the game. After allowing the double to Mahtook - which also ended Wright's shutout bid - he was replaced by right-hander Brock Huntzinger.
FEATURES
By TIM WARREN | July 30, 1995
It's about 1:30 on a steamy Sunday afternoon in June, and in 30 minutes, the Frederick Keys are to play the Durham Bulls in Frederick's Harry Grove Memorial Stadium. Larry Martin, as general manager of the Baltimore Orioles' single-A minor league team, is assembling the Different Drummers, a band from Washington, to play the National Anthem. Mr. Martin may be one of the most creative people in minor league ball, but at this particular time he's standing in the hot sunshine, a straw hat covering his head, signaling the saxophone player to get the other Drummers over behind home plate.
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By Kent Baker | June 13, 1991
It has been a discouraging season on the field for the defending Carolina League champions, but the turnstiles have been clicking.With an appearance by President Bush Saturday, the Keys drew the biggest Grove Stadium crowd in their history (7,912) and went on to a three-game weekend total of 19,652 for a series against the Durham Bulls (another record).Through 28 dates, the Keys had an average crowd of 3,738, second in the league to Durham, despite their worst start in the standings.The largest crowd to attend a Frederick game came during the Keys' first year (at old McCurdy Field)
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By Special to The Sun | April 12, 1991
DURHAM, N.C. -- Right-hander Matt Murray, 20, threw six innings of two-hit, shutout ball to lead the Durham Bulls to a 4-0 win over the Frederick Keys last night in the season opener for both clubs.Murray (1-0) retired the first eight batters he faced, striking out four, before Keys second baseman Tony Beasley reached on a bunt single in the third inning. Murray then retired nine in a row, a string that ended when center fielder Damon Buford tripled in the sixth.Keys starter Chuck Ricci (0-1)
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