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By Dan Connolly and The Baltimore Sun | March 18, 2012
Orioles right-hander Alfredo Simon, who hadn't pitched since March 10 because of a strained groin, re-aggravated the injury and came out of his start Sunday night after two innings. Simon said he didn't believe the injury is serious and that he hopes to make his next start, though he estimates he could miss a week. But with just seven innings thrown this spring, he is falling behind the competition for the rotation and/or a potential long-relief role. “I'm not sure about that.
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By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | June 26, 2014
Orioles right-hander Bud Norris likely is heading to the 15-day disabled list after an MRI performed Thursday morning revealed a right groin strain. Norris, who left Saturday's game against the New York Yankees with groin discomfort, hoped to make his next scheduled start in the second game of Friday's doubleheader against the Tampa Bay Rays. But following a bullpen session Wednesday, Norris was scratched from the start. Because of today's day off, the Orioles can remain in turn on regular rest until Tuesday.
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By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | June 26, 2014
Orioles right-hander Bud Norris likely is heading to the 15-day disabled list after an MRI performed Thursday morning revealed a right groin strain. Norris, who left Saturday's game against the New York Yankees with groin discomfort, hoped to make his next scheduled start in the second game of Friday's doubleheader against the Tampa Bay Rays. But following a bullpen session Wednesday, Norris was scratched from the start. Because of today's day off, the Orioles can remain in turn on regular rest until Tuesday.
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By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | May 22, 2014
Orioles manager Buck Showalter said he hopes that reliever Tommy Hunter, who was placed on the disabled list before Thursday's game against the Cleveland Indians with a left groin strain, will be able to return when he's eligible to be activated June 5. “Knowing the history with Tommy, Tommy's been out for, I believe, as long as two months with this in Texas,” Showalter said. “He actually had one [possible DL stint] that we actually backed off on, I think, later in the year last year, but because we had enough pitchers, we kind of moved around it. “But like Chris Davis [with his oblique injury]
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By Sandra McKee | December 6, 1991
What goes around comes around, the saying goes, and Cleveland Crunch coach Trevor Dawkins soon may be among those who believe it.Dawkins, who took over as coach last season when Kai Haaskivi couldn't get the Crunch untracked in the early going, is now in the position of having to do what Haaskivi couldn't do then -- engineer a turnaround.He also is finding out about what the Blast went through a year ago, when it had 20 one-goal losses. Cleveland, which plays the Blast at the Arena tonight (8:05)
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January 9, 2001
Baseball Astros: Agreed to minor-league contracts with OF Orlando Merced, P Travis Driskill, P Jim Mann, P Brian Powell, P Brad Rigby, P Ricky Stone, C Frank Charles, C Raul Chavez, C-1B Alan Zinter, C Chris Tremie, IF Mendy Lopez, OF Scott Pose and OF Omar Ramirez. All were invited to spring training. Brewers: Signed OF Jason McDonald to contract with Triple-A Indianapolis. White Sox: Named Larry Maxie and Bill Young scouts. Basketball Warriors: Activated F Chris Mullin from injured list.
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By Sandra McKee | March 22, 1991
VS. ATLANTA HAWKS* WHERE: Baltimore Arena.* WHEN: Tonight, 8.* RADIO: WTOP-AM (1500), WINX-AM (1600) and WBAL-AM (1100).VS. PHILADELPHIA 76ERS* WHERE: Capital Centre.* WHEN: Tomorrow, 7:30 p.m.* TV/RADIO: Home Team Sports; WTOP-AM (1500), WINX-AM (1600).* OUTLOOK: Dominique Wilkins leads Atlanta (37-30) against the struggling Bullets (23-42), who are on a three-game losing streak. The Bullets' leading scorer Bernard King (lower back strain/flu) continues to be day-to-day, while center/forward Charles Jones (pulled groin)
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March 8, 1997
BaseballAngels: Agreed to three-year, $4 million contract with OF Garret Anderson with club option for fourth year. Signed 1B Darin Erstad and P Dennis Springer.Reds: Named Johnny Bench special consultant to GM.Tigers: Ernie Harwell will do play-by-play in 1997 and 1998 on WKBD-TV and club's television network.BasketballCeltics: Signed G Michael Hawkins for remainder of season.SuperSonics: Activated G-F David Wingate (Dunbar) from injured list.FootballNFL Players Association: Suspended attorney Jeffrey Irwin for six months and fined him $5,000 for withholding information during application process.
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May 18, 1997
Athletics: Jason Giambi returned to the lineup, as the designated hitter, after missing three games with tightness in his right quadriceps. Oakland, which has lost nine of 11, is 4-13 in May.Cubs: Second baseman Ryne Sandberg missed the game after hurting his groin during Friday's game.Indians: David Justice was a late scratch with the flu. Julio Franco extended his hitting streak to 16 games with a ninth-inning single. Matt Williams left in the fifth inning with a bruised left elbow. X-rays were not required, and he is listed as day-to-day.
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December 2, 1999
Pro basketballOlajuwon undergoes surgery to repair inguinal herniaHouston Rockets center Hakeem Olajuwon, who last month became the first NBA player to get 2,000 blocks and 2,000 steals in his career, began an estimated 4-to-6-week recovery after undergoing surgery to repair an inguinal hernia.Team physician Dr. Walter Lowe said the 45-minute outpatient procedure to correct a gap in Olajuwon's abdominal wall should end the extreme pain and weakness initially attributed to a groin strain. Olajuwon left Friday night's game in the third quarter.
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By Dan Connolly and The Baltimore Sun | March 20, 2012
With Zach Britton essentially out for the start of the season, the Orioles' rotation picture is becoming a little clearer. We will know even more after Wednesday, when Tommy Hunter (lower back) makes his spring debut in a major-league game. If Hunter comes out of that fine, you can probably pencil in Hunter, Wei-Yin Chen, Jason Hammel and Jake Arrieta as four members of the ration - in some order. (My guess is Arrieta, Chen, Hammel, Hunter). That leaves the fifth spot, with Brian Matusz seemingly the leader in the clubhouse based on the results he has gotten so far this spring (one earned run in 13 innings, though he did allow seven hits on Tuesday against the Philadelphia Phillies in five innings)
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By Dan Connolly and The Baltimore Sun | March 18, 2012
Orioles right-hander Alfredo Simon, who hadn't pitched since March 10 because of a strained groin, re-aggravated the injury and came out of his start Sunday night after two innings. Simon said he didn't believe the injury is serious and that he hopes to make his next start, though he estimates he could miss a week. But with just seven innings thrown this spring, he is falling behind the competition for the rotation and/or a potential long-relief role. “I'm not sure about that.
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The Washington Post | December 26, 2011
As the Washington Capitals stepped onto the ice in Buffalo on Monday evening, they did so with a much-too-familiar vacancy on their defense. The game against the Sabres was the 20th consecutive and 26th of the season without Mike Green in the lineup. Over the past two seasons, Green's absence from the lineup has become a new normal for Washington and a trying time for the two-time Norris Trophy finalist as the best player at the position. Dating to Feb. 8, Green has missed 52 of the past 62 regular-season contests because of injury.
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April 18, 2010
Orioles cleanup hitter Miguel Tejada's decision to drop down a one-out bunt in the sixth inning produced his desired result, but it also may take the third baseman out of the lineup for a couple of days. Tejada suffered a mild groin strain while running to first base in the Orioles' 4-3 loss to the Oakland Athletics on Saturday. Tejada ultimately slid headfirst into the bag to make sure he got the hit, but he then limped back to the dugout, flanked by manager Dave Trembley and head athletic trainer Richie Bancells.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and Jeff Zrebiec,jeff.zrebiec@baltsun.com | May 20, 2009
NEW YORK - -When Brian Roberts and Nick Markakis arrived in front of the new Yankee Stadium on Tuesday afternoon, they both acknowledged that they were struck by a "weird" feeling. "It hasn't really hit me, I think," said Roberts, the Orioles' veteran second baseman. "It kind of did when we were pulling up, but it was kind of weird. We were both like: 'I don't know. I liked going to the old one.' It will be cool, I'm sure, once you get out and play. It just feels different. You can never duplicate the old one. I guess you just give it some time and see how it goes over."
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF | March 1, 2005
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. - Sammy Sosa walked slowly to his locker yesterday, peeling tape off both wrists, and wondered why a group of reporters was waiting for him. All it takes is an injury, no matter how small, to attract a crowd. Sosa didn't participate in yesterday's workout because of a mild strain of his left groin muscle. He spent time in the weight room before receiving more treatment. "It'll just be a couple days," manager Lee Mazzilli said. "It's a little stiff, but it's not a concern.
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By Peter Schmuck and Peter Schmuck,Sun Staff Correspondent | May 21, 1991
DETROIT -- Relief pitcher Kevin Hickey was high-fiving in the visiting clubhouse at Tiger Stadium yesterday, but it was only partly because he had beaten the odds and made it back to the big leagues."
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By Tom Keegan and Tom Keegan,Sun Staff Writer | May 25, 1994
MILWAUKEE -- Orioles right-hander Ben McDonald suffered a mild groin strain in his start Monday night against Milwaukee, but he said he expects to be able to make his next scheduled start, Saturday in Chicago."
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF | April 12, 2002
Maybe it was too early to panic. Just when it appeared the Orioles had found the appropriate time, eight games into the season being a reasonable length with victories so scarce, they popped open the lid on their offense and breathed deeply. They also remembered the natural order of their division. They may find adversity at just about every turn, but they also can depend on locating the Tampa Bay Devil Rays beneath them. The standings don't reflect it now, but the Orioles treated the Devil Rays like the last-place team they've been since coming into existence, setting team records for most runs and hits in an inning while rallying for a 15-6 victory at Camden Yards.
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF | April 12, 2002
Maybe it was too early to panic. Just when it appeared the Orioles had found the appropriate time, eight games into the season being a reasonable length with victories so scarce, they popped open the lid on their offense and breathed deeply. They also remembered the natural order of their division. They may find adversity at just about every turn, but they also can depend on locating the Tampa Bay Devil Rays beneath them. The standings don't reflect it now, but the Orioles treated the Devil Rays like the doormat they've been since coming into existence, setting team records for most runs and hits in an inning while rallying for a 15-6 victory at Camden Yards.
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