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By Roch Kubatko | April 23, 2002
At Oriole Park at Camden Yards Day .......... ..... Time ............ TV ............................................. Starters Today .......... 7:05 p.m. ...... CSN .................................. Frank Castillo (1-0, 2.00) ........................................ ....................................... vs. Scott Erickson (1-2, 3.91) Tomorrow .... 7:05 p.m. ..... CSN ........................... Darren Oliver (2-0, 3.14) ........................................ .................
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By Joe Christensen | April 29, 2002
At Fenway Park, Boston Day......Time......TV......Starters Tonight 6:05 CSN Rodrigo Lopez (2-0, 2.21) vs. Frank Castillo (1-1, 3.80) Tomorrow 6:05 CSN Calvin Maduro (1-2, 6.00) vs. Darren Oliver (2-1, 4.26) Wednesday 6:05 CSN Sean Douglass (0-0, 7.36) vs. John Burkett (2-0, 1.64) Radio: All games on WBAL (1090 AM) Red Sox update Red Sox Nation had an extra day to celebrate Derek Lowe's no-hitter, as yesterday's game against the Tampa Bay Devil Rays was rained out. The Red Sox kept their pitching rotation the same, giving the Orioles a break because they will face Castillo tonight and not face John Burkett in the series finale as originally scheduled.
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August 5, 2000
Quote: "To actually be able to put on the uniform for the Red Sox. ... I was Carlton [Fisk] in the backyard waving the ball fair when I was 7, 8 years old. Not to be corny, but it really is a dream come true." - New England native Rico Brogna, who started for the Red Sox last night for the first time It's a fact: Indians manager Charlie Manuel, who barred several locker room activities - including pingpong - earlier this season, was given a U.S. Table Tennis Association T-shirt before Thursday's game.
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By Joe Christensen and Joe Christensen,SUN STAFF | April 24, 2002
Orioles hitting coach Terry Crowley had been waiting for this. For the first time all season, the Orioles provided a sustained offensive attack last night. The rookie catcher with a .174 batting average and a sore left hand hit two home runs. Two others batting under a buck twenty-five had two hits apiece. Two timely sacrifice bunts led directly to important runs. Add it up, and the Orioles had enough to overcome a shaky start by Scott Erickson for a 7-5 victory over the first-place Boston Red Sox before 26,301 at Camden Yards.
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April 10, 2001
10..................11............12.... .......13...........14............15...........16 @Bos.......@Bos.....@Bos....@Bos....@Bos....@Bos....@Bos 6:05.............6:05.......6:05........ .7:05.......1:35.........1:35.....7:05 CSN............CSN......CSN........................CSN.......54,50......CSN Scouting report: Orioles vs. Red Sox At Fenway Park, Boston Day................Time............TV...........Starters Tonight....... 6:05 p.m..... CSN.......Sidney Ponson (0-1, 2.45)
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF | April 2, 2001
The last formality before Opening Day played out for the Orioles yesterday with the customary workout at Camden Yards. It lasted about two hours. Whether it makes any difference against Boston's Pedro Martinez remains to be seen. The three-time Cy Young Award winner won't allow the Orioles to ease into the 2001 season. Unable to dip their toe into the water, they must jump in and avoid sinking to the bottom. "He only gave up one run in spring training. Hopefully he gives up more than that tomorrow," said manager Mike Hargrove.
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By Joe Christensen and Joe Christensen,SUN STAFF | April 24, 2002
Orioles hitting coach Terry Crowley had been waiting for this. For the first time all season, the Orioles provided a sustained offensive attack last night. The rookie catcher with a .174 batting average and a sore left hand hit two home runs. Two others batting under a buck twenty-five had two hits apiece. Two timely sacrifice bunts led directly to important runs. Add it up, and the Orioles had enough to overcome a shaky start by Scott Erickson for a 7-5 victory over the first-place Boston Red Sox before 26,301 at Camden Yards.
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By Joe Strauss and Joe Strauss,SUN STAFF | October 6, 2001
Cal Ripken has often spoken of his fascination with watching a ballpark come to life. The past two nights he has enjoyed putting it to bed. Tonight he will do the same for his career. Yesterday the Boston Red Sox extended the less savory details accompanying Ripken's farewell by sweeping a split doubleheader from the Orioles at Camden Yards. That the Orioles managed three singles in an afternoon 5-0 loss or a 10th-inning defeat in last night's 7-5 decision only distracted from an approaching civic and franchise milepost.
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By Joe Strauss and Joe Strauss,SUN STAFF | October 6, 2001
Cal Ripken has often spoken of his fascination with watching a ballpark come to life. The past two nights he has enjoyed putting it to bed. Tonight he will do the same for his career. Yesterday the Boston Red Sox extended the less savory details accompanying Ripken's farewell by sweeping a split doubleheader from the Orioles at Camden Yards. That the Orioles managed three singles in an afternoon 5-0 loss or a 10th-inning defeat in last night's 7-5 decision only distracted from an approaching civic and franchise milepost.
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April 10, 2001
10..................11............12.... .......13...........14............15...........16 @Bos.......@Bos.....@Bos....@Bos....@Bos....@Bos....@Bos 6:05.............6:05.......6:05........ .7:05.......1:35.........1:35.....7:05 CSN............CSN......CSN........................CSN.......54,50......CSN Scouting report: Orioles vs. Red Sox At Fenway Park, Boston Day................Time............TV...........Starters Tonight....... 6:05 p.m..... CSN.......Sidney Ponson (0-1, 2.45)
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF | April 2, 2001
The last formality before Opening Day played out for the Orioles yesterday with the customary workout at Camden Yards. It lasted about two hours. Whether it makes any difference against Boston's Pedro Martinez remains to be seen. The three-time Cy Young Award winner won't allow the Orioles to ease into the 2001 season. Unable to dip their toe into the water, they must jump in and avoid sinking to the bottom. "He only gave up one run in spring training. Hopefully he gives up more than that tomorrow," said manager Mike Hargrove.
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August 5, 2000
Quote: "To actually be able to put on the uniform for the Red Sox. ... I was Carlton [Fisk] in the backyard waving the ball fair when I was 7, 8 years old. Not to be corny, but it really is a dream come true." - New England native Rico Brogna, who started for the Red Sox last night for the first time It's a fact: Indians manager Charlie Manuel, who barred several locker room activities - including pingpong - earlier this season, was given a U.S. Table Tennis Association T-shirt before Thursday's game.
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