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May 2, 2007
Good morning -- Gary Sheffield -- Buy a ticket if you like standing there watching so much.
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By DAN CONNOLLY | June 18, 2009
SEARCHING FOR A WIN Koji Uehara left Wednesday's game after the fifth inning with a 4-2 lead and again ended up with a no-decision. Uehara, who allowed two runs on seven hits, is 0-4 with five no-decisions in his past nine games. Wednesday's potential win evaporated quickly when reliever Brian Bass entered in the sixth and allowed a one-out homer to Gary Sheffield and two singles and a walk before being pulled. Mark Hendrickson then walked Alex Cora with the bases loaded to tie the score at 4. TRYING TO BE TRICKY After Ryan Church's leadoff bunt single in the fourth, Sheffield hit a routine pop-up to the left side of the infield.
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July 13, 2002
Who's hot Pat Burrell of the Phillies is hitting .378 (14-for-37) against the Mets with four homers and 11 RBIs this year. Who's not The Devil Rays have five walk-off losses in their past nine road games. Line of the day Gary Sheffield, Braves RF AB R H RBI HR 4 1 3 2 1
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July 7, 2007
Corey Patterson, Orioles outfielder Who was the biggest All-Star snub? There were a lot of guys that could have made it, but I think probably Gary Sheffield was the biggest one. He's having a great year and he's a great hitter. He has proven it for years.
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July 7, 2007
Corey Patterson, Orioles outfielder Who was the biggest All-Star snub? There were a lot of guys that could have made it, but I think probably Gary Sheffield was the biggest one. He's having a great year and he's a great hitter. He has proven it for years.
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July 10, 1993
July 13, 1993Oriole Park at Camden YardsThe San Diego Padres have two players on this year's National League squad: outfielder Tony Gwynn and pitcher Andy Benes. However, six former Padres will be playing in Tuesday's game: Gary Sheffield (Marlins), Roberto Alomar (Blue Jays), Dave Hollins (Phillies), John Kruk (Phillies), Joe Carter (Blue Jays) and Carlos Baerga (Indians).
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July 20, 2000
Quote: "Everybody knows that when you play in Cleveland, you don't hit the ball up the middle. I would love to play shortstop or second base like them. I can't. Nobody can." - Houston's Jeff Bagwell on Cleveland second baseman Roberto Alomar and shortstop Omar Vizquel. It's a fact: Pittsburgh's Josias Manzanillo pitched 3 2/3 innings Tuesday to earn his first win since May 15, 1995. Who's hot: The Rockies' Jeffrey Hammonds, an All-Star for the first time this year, homered and drove in five runs Tuesday.
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May 2, 2007
Good morning -- Gary Sheffield -- Buy a ticket if you like standing there watching so much.
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By DAVID STEELE | August 7, 2006
First of all, it's not all about the Yankees. Except that it's always about the Yankees. It's one of those funny coincidences that the Yankees were in town the day the last (at least it seems) obstacle was cleared to the Orioles reaping that big payoff from the Mid-Atlantic Sports Network. You could almost hear the cry rolling from Camden Yards across the metropolitan area as soon as the news broke: "Open the vaults! Start slinging the cash! Time to catch the Yankees!" Easy for us to say. The Orioles, in fact, have been very careful to say everything but that.
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June 2, 2006
New York Yankees@Orioles Day .......................... Time ........... TV .....................................Starters Tonight .................... 7:05 ......... CSN ................ Jaret Wright (3-3, 4.30) ............................................................................. vs. Kris Benson (6-4, 4.80) Tomorrow .............. 4:35 ............ 13 .............. Randy Johnson (7-4, 5.37) ......................................................................... vs. Adam Loewen (0-0, 9.64)
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By MICHAEL HILL and MICHAEL HILL,SUN REPORTER | April 2, 2006
At one time, using coaches was prohibited in Olympic sports. Systematic training was frowned upon. They were thought to be against the spirit of the games. Now performance-enhancing drugs are prohibited in Olympic and most other sports, essentially for the same reason. The current spotlight is on Major League Baseball because of the new book Game of Shadows, by San Francisco Chronicle reporters Mark Fainaru-Wada and Lance Williams. Baseball superstar Barry Bonds is its villainous protagonist.
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By JEFF ZREBIEC and JEFF ZREBIEC,SUN REPORTER | February 19, 2006
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. -- Chris Ray's 1-0 fastball buzzed under the chin of Gary Sheffield, sending the New York Yankees slugger to the dirt. Sheffield, who already had two home runs and six RBIs on that night last September at Camden Yards, brushed himself off, glared at the Orioles' rookie reliever and dug back in, waggling his bat with his typical ferocity. "Gary Sheffield, if you knock him on his butt, is going to come up and get you," said Orioles manager Sam Perlozzo, remembering the at-bat with clarity yesterday.
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June 22, 2005
BATTING LINE OF THE DAY Gary Sheffield, Yankees RF AB R H RBI HR 6 3 4 7 2 PITCHING LINE OF THE DAY John Smoltz, Braves IP H R BB SO 9 5 0 2 6 WHO'S HOT Braden Looper of the Mets has 14 saves in 16 chances. WHO'S NOT Jamey Wright of the Rockies is 0-11 against the Astros, the only active pitcher to go winless in at least 10 decisions against one team.
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By Dave Alexander and Dave Alexander,Baltimoresun.com Staff | April 28, 2005
Before I get into this week's column, I'm taking a minute to fill out an All-Star ballot at mlb.com, with some interesting results. After three weeks of the season, you'd be hard-pressed to find a first baseman worthy of representing the AL at this year's game in Detroit. Pretty sad. Chicago's Paul Konerko (seven HRs, .236 average) and Texas' Mark Texeira (five HRs, .229 average) both have big power numbers. But in a surprise move, I'm going with Toronto's Eric Hinske, who's hitting a respectable .290 with three HRs, 13 RBIs and a couple of steals.
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By LAURA VECSEY | March 8, 2005
IT GIVES ME great pleasure to announce this will be the last column I write about steroids and baseball. Unless, of course, the grandstanding congressmen who want to squeeze every last drop of scandal out of the downsized Jason Giambi, among others, succeed in holding their scheduled "hearing" March 17 on Capitol Hill. Then this will be the second-to-last column I write about steroids and baseball. Maybe Rep. Tom Davis is getting a kickback from Jose Canseco's publisher. Nothing like a tell-all book from a disgraced slugger to drive the agenda of our nation's leaders.
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