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By Karol V. Menzie and Karol V. Menzie,Sun Staff Writer | March 29, 1995
He started in the kitchen as a dishwasher, when he was 14. At 15, he became a cook, and at 16 a restaurant manager. At 25 or so, he began to think of himself as a chef. Now, at 45, he is an accomplished chef who is soon to be a restaurateur. You could say he did everything the old-fashioned way, but Ed Rogers would probably just call it his way.Sitting in the intimate dining room at Raphael's in Little Italy on a crisp spring day, he reminisced about the early days in his career, and about his plans for the near future, which include a new restaurant venture in Mount Vernon.
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By ROCH KUBATKO | June 20, 2006
Don't forget that the Marlins come to town tonight to begin a three-game series at Camden Yards. When you first looked at the schedule, you were probably thinking "sweep." Then the Marlins had to go and win eight in a row. Way to spoil things, fellas. Turns out, the Orioles won't have an easy time of it. Maybe Ed Rogers will have something up his sleeve. Tune in and see which Oriole gets ejected for arguing balls and strikes. Jason Grimsley has compiled a list, but all the names are blacked out. roch.
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By Joe Strauss and Joe Strauss,SUN STAFF | February 27, 2001
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. - The Orioles' commitment to rebuilding from within is unfolding this spring on two sides of the same fence. On the main field at Fort Lauderdale Stadium, a 19-year-old Dominican shortstop has become the first player born in the 1980s to be invited to major-league camp. On the back field, the two most promising names of the Orioles' signature 1999 draft take the diamond just vacated by the major-leaguers. Shortstop Ed Rogers, outfielder Keith Reed and left-handed pitcher Richard Stahl have been described as the brightest lights in a system stocked by recent drafts and last July's major-league clubhouse purge.
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF | March 20, 2005
Daniel Cabrera held the Boston Red Sox to one hit over five scoreless innings, Chris Gomez drove in three runs, and the Orioles knocked off the defending World Series champions, 8-0. Shortstop Edgar Renteria had the only hit off Cabrera, a single leading off the second inning. Renteria was erased on a double play, as Cabrera retired his last 11 batters. Cabrera walked one and struck out four. He's allowed three earned runs in 12 1/3 innings. The Orioles scored three times in the fourth inning against Red Sox starter Matt Clement.
NEWS
March 28, 1997
In yesterday's Dining Out guide, the chef at La Tesso Tana was misidentified. Ed Rogers is the restaurant's chef.The Sun regrets the errors.Pub Date: 3/28/97
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By ROCH KUBATKO | June 20, 2006
Don't forget that the Marlins come to town tonight to begin a three-game series at Camden Yards. When you first looked at the schedule, you were probably thinking "sweep." Then the Marlins had to go and win eight in a row. Way to spoil things, fellas. Turns out, the Orioles won't have an easy time of it. Maybe Ed Rogers will have something up his sleeve. Tune in and see which Oriole gets ejected for arguing balls and strikes. Jason Grimsley has compiled a list, but all the names are blacked out. roch.
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF | March 20, 2005
Daniel Cabrera held the Boston Red Sox to one hit over five scoreless innings, Chris Gomez drove in three runs, and the Orioles knocked off the defending World Series champions, 8-0. Shortstop Edgar Renteria had the only hit off Cabrera, a single leading off the second inning. Renteria was erased on a double play, as Cabrera retired his last 11 batters. Cabrera walked one and struck out four. He's allowed three earned runs in 12 1/3 innings. The Orioles scored three times in the fourth inning against Red Sox starter Matt Clement.
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By JOE STRAUSS | May 13, 2001
DOWN - Devil Rays Who says Bud Selig doesn't have a sense of humor? Preserve the Tampa Bay franchise and give Peter Angelos his way by moving it to Northern Virginia. That way there'd still be only one major-league franchise (give or take one) within 100 miles of D.C. DOWN - Mike Kinkade First a slump, then a bum ankle. All of a sudden, Cal Ripken's an everyday player again. UP - Jason Johnson Made the most impressive start of his career last Sunday. Too bad it came against Mike Mussina and was a no-decision.
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By William Safire | November 6, 1991
Washington RELAX, everybody -- the White House counsel has "investigated" the case of the departing Sununu aide with no legal experience who was hired for $600,000 by a BCCI figure, and rendered this verdict: Nobody did anything wrong.Influence peddling? An attempt by intermediaries to obstruct justice? Forget it. Sununu's man agrees to give back the money; case closed.Much relieved, the Republican Justice Department hastily announces it accepts the predetermined result of the White House "inquiry" and will not investigate.
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By Joe Christensen and Roch Kubatko and Joe Christensen and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF | July 22, 2003
The offer the Orioles made Sidney Ponson on Saturday includes a package of incentives that would pay him an additional $1 million a year if he wins the Cy Young Award, sources close to the talks said yesterday. The Orioles offered Ponson a three-year, $15 million guaranteed contract with a club option for 2007. Over the first three years of the contract, Ponson could collect about $2.5 million in additional performance incentives based on his number of starts and innings pitched. There are also built-in incentives for All-Star appearances.
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By Joe Christensen and Roch Kubatko and Joe Christensen and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF | July 22, 2003
The offer the Orioles made Sidney Ponson on Saturday includes a package of incentives that would pay him an additional $1 million a year if he wins the Cy Young Award, sources close to the talks said yesterday. The Orioles offered Ponson a three-year, $15 million guaranteed contract with a club option for 2007. Over the first three years of the contract, Ponson could collect about $2.5 million in additional performance incentives based on his number of starts and innings pitched. There are also built-in incentives for All-Star appearances.
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF | March 8, 2002
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. - Ed Rogers' arrival at the Orioles' spring training camp became more than just a rumor yesterday. No longer trapped in the Dominican Republic, Rogers obtained his work visa and flew into Fort Lauderdale on Wednesday. His plane touched down at 3:15 p.m. He then took a cab to the team hotel and slept. The Orioles would like to put all the controversy to rest. Rogers left the United States as a 20-year-old shortstop prospect. He returned as a 23-year-old shortstop prospect, making the Orioles wonder if his exile in the Dominican was self-imposed, if he could have done something to accelerate the process and join the team closer to the Feb. 19 reporting date for position players.
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By JOE STRAUSS | May 13, 2001
DOWN - Devil Rays Who says Bud Selig doesn't have a sense of humor? Preserve the Tampa Bay franchise and give Peter Angelos his way by moving it to Northern Virginia. That way there'd still be only one major-league franchise (give or take one) within 100 miles of D.C. DOWN - Mike Kinkade First a slump, then a bum ankle. All of a sudden, Cal Ripken's an everyday player again. UP - Jason Johnson Made the most impressive start of his career last Sunday. Too bad it came against Mike Mussina and was a no-decision.
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF | March 19, 2001
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. -- The field of contenders for a spot in the Orioles' rotation became considerably thinner yesterday when three potential starters were optioned to Triple-A Rochester, improving the chances that Willis Roberts will accompany the team north when spring training ends in two weeks. Jay Spurgeon, Josh Towers and left-hander John Parrish were among the eight cuts made by the Orioles before their game against the Texas Rangers. They were optioned, along with reliever Leslie Brea and infielder Ivanon Coffie.
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By Joe Strauss and Joe Strauss,SUN STAFF | February 27, 2001
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. - The Orioles' commitment to rebuilding from within is unfolding this spring on two sides of the same fence. On the main field at Fort Lauderdale Stadium, a 19-year-old Dominican shortstop has become the first player born in the 1980s to be invited to major-league camp. On the back field, the two most promising names of the Orioles' signature 1999 draft take the diamond just vacated by the major-leaguers. Shortstop Ed Rogers, outfielder Keith Reed and left-handed pitcher Richard Stahl have been described as the brightest lights in a system stocked by recent drafts and last July's major-league clubhouse purge.
NEWS
March 28, 1997
In yesterday's Dining Out guide, the chef at La Tesso Tana was misidentified. Ed Rogers is the restaurant's chef.The Sun regrets the errors.Pub Date: 3/28/97
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