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July 5, 2006
On July 1, 2006 EMIL EICHHORN beloved husband of Helen Eichhorn (nee Kruusmagi); devoted father of Eric E. Eichhorn and Lisa A. Eichhorn; loving grandfather of Carolyn Marie and Sandra Anne; dear brother of the late Viktor Eichhorn. Friends may call at the family owned Ruck Towson Funeral Home, Inc. 1050 York Road (beltway exit 26) on Wednesday from 7-9 PM where a Funeral Service will be held on Thursday at 11:00 AM. Interment Private. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to the Havenwood Presbyterian Church; Charmuth and Ridgely Roads; Lutherville, MD 21093.
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July 5, 2006
On July 1, 2006 EMIL EICHHORN beloved husband of Helen Eichhorn (nee Kruusmagi); devoted father of Eric E. Eichhorn and Lisa A. Eichhorn; loving grandfather of Carolyn Marie and Sandra Anne; dear brother of the late Viktor Eichhorn. Friends may call at the family owned Ruck Towson Funeral Home, Inc. 1050 York Road (beltway exit 26) on Wednesday from 7-9 PM where a Funeral Service will be held on Thursday at 11:00 AM. Interment Private. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to the Havenwood Presbyterian Church; Charmuth and Ridgely Roads; Lutherville, MD 21093.
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By Milton Kent and Milton Kent,Sun Staff Writer | June 2, 1994
The innings are starting to pile up for reliever Mark Eichhorn, and he wouldn't have it any other way.When things are at their best for Eichhorn, as they appear to be right now, he's getting the ball early in the game and is charged with keeping the opposition close until the offense can get going.Going into last night's game with the Detroit Tigers, Eichhorn has been doing his job well, blanking opponents over his past nine appearances, covering 14 innings."It's just like hitting, I guess.
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By Los Angeles Times | May 28, 1996
ANAHEIM, Calif. -- The Orioles might be lucky enough to miss Mariners left-hander Randy Johnson in Seattle, but they're not going to be as fortunate when they arrive in California later this week.Angels left-hander Mark Langston has been cleared to start Friday's game against the Orioles by Dr. Lewis Yocum.Langston underwent surgery for torn cartilage in his right knee May 8 and was expected to be sidelined six to eight weeks. instead, he will return after a 23-day absence.Former Orioles reliever Mark Eichhorn, on the disabled list because of shoulder tendinitis, also might be activated for the weekend series against Baltimore.
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By Buster Olney and Buster Olney,Sun Staff Writer | May 19, 1995
The first 16 years of Mark Eichhorn's career were spent on the mound, in the bullpen, in the dugout. But this season, he arrives at the ballpark for two hours of monotony: some running, some weight work, rehabilitative exercises for his surgically repaired rotator cuff.And he's done. Life on the disabled list. Eichhorn showers, picks up a pitching chart and watches the game in one of the best seats behind home plate; as Eichhorn jokes, "I'm the highest-paid scout in the league."Eichhorn, who underwent surgery in February to repair a slight tear in his rotator cuff, hasn't picked up a ball or started throwing yet, and doesn't know when he will.
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By Jim Henneman | December 17, 1993
It took reliever Mark Eichhorn all of 48 hours to move onto the Orioles' major-league roster.Eichhorn, a right-hander, and veteran catcher Rich Gedman accepted free-agent contracts with the Triple-A Rochester Red Wings on Tuesday. Eichhorn was guaranteed a spot on the major-league roster before Opening Day, and it didn't take the Orioles long to create an opening.Jeff Williams, 24, a right-handerwho was the Orioles' third draft choice in 1990, was designated for assignment to make room on the 40-man roster for Eichhorn.
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By Tom Keegan and Tom Keegan,Sun Staff Writer Milestones and Memories contributed to this article | July 1, 1994
CLEVELAND -- Mark Eichhorn shut out the Cleveland Indians for 4 2/3 innings Wednesday night to earn his third victory of a seven-game road trip that concluded last night.But the throws he took most pride in didn't go to the plate, they went to first base. Eichhorn threw over to first seven times, keeping Kenny Lofton from stealing second in the ninth inning of the Orioles' 7-6, 10-inning victory.Lofton, who led off with a bunt single, then was erased when Omar Vizquel grounded into a double play, one of five on the night for the Orioles, including three with Eichhorn on the mound.
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By Roch Eric Kubatko and Roch Eric Kubatko,Sun Staff Writer | June 19, 1994
The season wasn't even a month old and he had thrown just eight innings, but Mark Eichhorn already had begun taking on the look of one of baseball's more unsavory beasts, the free-agent bust.Some Orioles fans were saying as much. And he wasn't doing much to discourage such talk, no matter how premature.Signed away from the Toronto Blue Jays in December, his 7.56 ERA on May 1 looked as unusual as his sidearm delivery. He was throwing strikes, but they weren't good strikes. And he was getting hit.Hard.
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By Brad Snyder and Brad Snyder,Sun Staff Writer Sun staff writer Buster Olney contributed to this article | July 6, 1995
Remember the workhorse of last season's bullpen? His name is Mark Eichhorn and he may be back in time to help the Orioles this season.Eichhorn, who is on the 60-day disabled list, will begin throwing soon and could be back in uniform for the team's stretch run."That's what I'm hoping for," said Eichhorn, who'd like to begin a rehab assignment in mid-to-late August.Eichhorn has spent most of the season charting pitches after having surgery to repair a slightly torn right rotator cuff in the off-season.
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By Tom Keegan and Tom Keegan,Sun Staff Writer | June 21, 1994
Mark Eichhorn doesn't have any saves, but he does have the unqualified gratitude of his manager."What can I say about him?" Orioles manager Johnny Oates said of Eichhorn. "He's pitched seven times in the last nine games. I don't think I've ever used anyone seven times in nine days."Eichhorn, who pitched 10 2/3 innings during that time, isn't showing any signs of wear.He tossed four shutout innings in last night's 6-5 loss to Milwaukee and struck out four.In Eichhorn's past 18 appearances, he has allowed 21 base runners in 26 2/3 innings and compiled an ERA of 0.68.
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By Fred Rasmussen and Fred Rasmussen,SUN STAFF | February 6, 1996
Mary Jo Eichhorn, who worked for 22 years as a secretary in the Baltimore City state's attorney's office, died Sunday of heart failure at Charlestown Retirement Community. She was 80.After raising her children, the longtime Catonsville resident went to work in the office in 1960 and was secretary to State's Attorneys Charles Moylan and George Helinski. Later, she was private secretary to city State's Attorney Milton Allen. At the time of her retirement in 1972, she was secretary to Mary Ann Willin, then deputy city state's attorney.
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By Brad Snyder and Brad Snyder,Sun Staff Writer | September 12, 1995
Orioles right-hander Ben McDonald says he's pitching tomorrow. Manager Phil Regan says that's still undecided.McDonald, who was activated from the disabled list yesterday, pitched two rehabilitation starts at Triple-A Rochester."
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By Jason LaCanfora and Jason LaCanfora,Contributing Writer Staff writer Roch Eric Kubatko contributed to this article | August 4, 1995
With the Orioles' bullpen leading the American League in relief appearances as August begins, the relievers could certainly use another pitcher to help out in the late innings.In September, that guy just might be Mark Eichhorn. He had surgery for a partially torn rotator cuff in February, but he has been throwing on the side for the past three weeks. Eichhorn has begun to throw for longer periods of time and from longer distances."I'm up to throwing for 20 minutes," Eichhorn said. "There haven't been any setbacks.
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July 20, 1995
Dear Mr. Baseball:Cal Ripken has two brothers and a sister. There is a lot of mention of his brother Bill, but where are his sister, Ellen, and his brother Fred?Paul HokeBaltimoreDear Paul Hoke:Your question reminds Mr. Baseball of a recent conversation he had with his own brother, Mr. Wiffle Ball, about the life of being related to a famous person.Mr. Baseball: "How has it been to grow up in my long shadow?"Mr. Wiffle Ball: "It's been hard to get a tan."That Mr. Wiffle Ball, what a funny guy.But on to your question: Elly is an administrative assistant for a contractor in Towson.
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By Jason LaCanfora and Jason LaCanfora,Contributing Writer | July 14, 1995
The Orioles continue to mend by the day. Jeff Manto, who surprised many with his 12 homers and 30 RBIs in the first half, was taken off the 15-day disabled list before last night's game."
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By Brad Snyder and Brad Snyder,Sun Staff Writer Sun staff writer Buster Olney contributed to this article | July 6, 1995
Remember the workhorse of last season's bullpen? His name is Mark Eichhorn and he may be back in time to help the Orioles this season.Eichhorn, who is on the 60-day disabled list, will begin throwing soon and could be back in uniform for the team's stretch run."That's what I'm hoping for," said Eichhorn, who'd like to begin a rehab assignment in mid-to-late August.Eichhorn has spent most of the season charting pitches after having surgery to repair a slightly torn right rotator cuff in the off-season.
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By Fred Rasmussen and Fred Rasmussen,SUN STAFF | February 6, 1996
Mary Jo Eichhorn, who worked for 22 years as a secretary in the Baltimore City state's attorney's office, died Sunday of heart failure at Charlestown Retirement Community. She was 80.After raising her children, the longtime Catonsville resident went to work in the office in 1960 and was secretary to State's Attorneys Charles Moylan and George Helinski. Later, she was private secretary to city State's Attorney Milton Allen. At the time of her retirement in 1972, she was secretary to Mary Ann Willin, then deputy city state's attorney.
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By Buster Olney and Buster Olney,Sun Staff Writer | May 19, 1995
The first 16 years of Mark Eichhorn's career were spent on the mound, in the bullpen, in the dugout. But this season, he arrives at the ballpark for two hours of monotony: some running, some weight work, rehabilitative exercises for his surgically repaired rotator cuff.And he's done. Life on the disabled list. Eichhorn showers, picks up a pitching chart and watches the game in one of the best seats behind home plate; as Eichhorn jokes, "I'm the highest-paid scout in the league."Eichhorn, who underwent surgery in February to repair a slight tear in his rotator cuff, hasn't picked up a ball or started throwing yet, and doesn't know when he will.
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