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By Joe Strauss and Joe Strauss,SUN STAFF | August 30, 1999
DETROIT -- A day after their frustrated manager complained of a recent slump by the middle of his lineup and a season-long absence of production from its bottom third, the Orioles received significant contributions from both sectors to pound the Detroit Tigers, 11-4, in their last game as guests at Tiger Stadium. The win couldn't salvage a losing road trip against two of the major leagues' losingest three clubs. Nor could it cloak a growing schism between manager Ray Miller and general manager Frank Wren.
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF | September 8, 2000
MINNEAPOLIS - Eugene Kingsale's season was supposed to end two days before the close of spring training. It never should have left Sarasota, Fla. It never should have reached the Orioles. Those were the challenges he faced, ones few people in the organization expected him to meet. But Kingsale rehabbed a torn quadriceps muscle, first with rest, then with a series of treatments and exercises. He played at four levels of the minor-league system, then defied the odds some more by receiving a promotion to the Orioles last Friday.
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF | April 28, 2003
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. - Stepping onto the field yesterday, the Orioles were focused on winning the last game of their series against the Tampa Bay Devil Rays and avoiding an embarrassing sweep. They had at least nine innings to play before getting on a charter for the next destination on their road trip. It seemed like business as usual. But many of them had no idea they were in the presence of royalty. Sidney Ponson didn't take the same flight as the other Orioles. He left last night for his native Aruba, where he'll be knighted tomorrow by the queen of the Netherlands.
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,Sun Staff Writer | August 9, 1995
,TC Bowie Baysox outfielder Kim Bartee is fleet, athletically gifted, bright and articulate, a combination that has him on track toward the major leagues.The kind of blue-chip speed Bartee possesses makes scouts and baseball executives drool because it is one skill that can't be taught.Now all he has to do is get back onto the field after breaking his left hand while attempting a diving catch in late June. He is in rehabilitation at the Orioles' minor-league complex in Florida and is expected back later this month.
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By Tom Keegan and Tom Keegan,Sun Staff Writer | November 13, 1994
Caracas, Venezuela -- Instant-headache weather. Oppressive heat. Stifling humidity. Under these conditions, on the thirsty grass of Estadio Baudilio Diaz, the home of the Orioles' Venezuelan baseball academy, teen-agers try to prove they are worthy of a contract in America.Adjacent to the baseball diamond is a spacious white building. Homemade barbed wire, crafted out of broken glass from soda bottles, lines the wall surrounding the building, keeping intruders at bay.The teen-agers, as many as 25 at a time, sleep in bunk beds.
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By Buster Olney and Buster Olney,SUN STAFF | February 25, 1997
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. -- Think fast: Who was the last home-grown speedster to play regularly for the Orioles?You win the prize if you say Al Bumbry, who broke into the majors more than two decades ago. The Orioles drafted and developed Steve Finley, before trading him and two others for Glenn Davis. They thought they had a future star in Curtis Goodwin, but he faded and is now with the Cincinnati Reds.But there is hope in the person of Eugene Kingsale, a 6-foot-3 center fielder with long legs.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | August 16, 1997
New Haven scored four runs in the first inning off Julio Moreno and the Ravens cruised to a 7-3 win over the host Bowie Baysox in a Double-A Eastern League game last night.Eugene Kingsale, back with the Baysox (67-58) after a lengthy injury-rehabilitation assignment, went 2-for-3 with a double.Crocs 6, Shorebirds 4: Jeremy Ware's grand slam in the bottom of the eighth sent Cape Fear to a Single-A South Atlantic League win over Delmarva.Pub Date: 8/16/97
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November 20, 1998
The Orioles announced yesterday they have added five players to their 40-man roster: C Chip Alley, IF Ivanon Coffie, IF Jesse Garcia, LHP Carlos Medina and RHP Gabe Molina.Pitchers (17): RHP Armando Benitez, RHP Darin Blood, RHP Rocky Coppinger, LHP Radhames Dyk- hoff, RHP Scott Erickson, RHP Chris Fussell, RHP Juan Guzman, LHP Doug Johns, RHP Scott Kamieniecki, Medina, Molina, RHP Julio Moreno, RHP Mike Mussina, LHP Jesse Orosco, RHP Sidney Ponson, LHP Arthur Rhodes, RHP Mike Timlin.Catchers (4)
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | August 14, 1997
BOWIE -- Three Bowie pitchers combined on a seven-hitter and the Baysox scratched out a first-inning run to edge New Haven, 1-0, in an Eastern League game last night.Steve Montgomery (9-5) earned the victory with seven shutout innings in his second straight strong outing. Montgomery threw a three-hit, 12-strikeout, 5-1 win at Binghamton Aug. 8.Bowie (66-57) scored on singles by Eugene Kingsale and David Lamb, an error and Johnny Isom's groundout off Ryan Henderson (1-4).Matt Snyder and Kevin Gallaher finished for the Baysox with an inning each and catcher Jim Foster picked Ravens catcher Balke Barthol off second base to end the game.
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By JOE STRAUSS | October 1, 2000
Jose Mercedes-- UP -- Beat David Wells, 2-1, on Tuesday and goes for 14th win today. Just think if the club hadn't botched his option in June. Unbalanced schedule -- UP -- What could be better than playing Tampa Bay in 13 of your first 35 games next season? Playing only three games outside Eastern time zone before Memorial Day. Mike Mussina -- EVEN -- His season done, do the antlers come down from the clubhouse wall?. Brady-- UP -- Anderson's 200th career homer Thursday jazzed a disappointing season.
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