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By Peter Schmuck | peter.schmuck@baltsun.com | March 18, 2010
The Orioles had hoped it would be easier to keep pitcher Koji Uehara healthy by moving him to the bullpen, but his chronic hamstring problem cropped up again during the fifth inning of Thursday's ugly, 13-3 exhibition loss to the Toronto Blue Jays at Dunedin Stadium. Uehara was 12 pitches into his sixth exhibition relief appearance when he hobbled off the mound and met the Orioles' trainers near the third base line. He clearly was favoring his left leg, though it first appeared that he might have injured his hip or lower back.
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By Aaron Wilson and The Baltimore Sun | June 4, 2014
Several veteran starters aren't at the Ravens' organized team activity today at team headquarters. That includes outside linebacker Terrell Suggs, nose tackle Haloti Ngata, offensive guard Marshal Yanda, middle linebacker Daryl Smith, outside linebacker Elvis Dumervil and defensive end Chris Canty. This marks the second consecutive week that Suggs, Ngata and Canty have missed. Attendance at organized team activities are voluntary under the NFL collective bargaining agreement.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and Jeff Zrebiec,jeff.zrebiec@baltsun.com | September 10, 2008
Originally in the Orioles' lineup last night, third baseman Melvin Mora tested his strained left hamstring before the game and determined he wasn't ready to return. Mora, who said he would be available to pinch hit, hasn't played since injuring the hamstring Aug. 29 while trying to beat out an infield single. "I don't want to go to third base and screw up everything," Mora said. "If I can do it, if I'm 80 percent, yeah I'll be there. But I don't think I can make 70 [percent]." Mora said the hamstring tightened up on him as he was running during batting practice.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 9, 2014
Washington College's 13-6 rout of Eastern in the first round of the NCAA tournament on Wednesday unfolded despite the absence of faceoff specialist Michael Trapp, and it isn't clear whether his pulled hamstring will make the junior miss Saturday's second-round contest against Lynchburg. “He's day-to-day right now,” Shoremen coach Jeff Shirk said Friday morning. “He's getting better. We held him out of the first game, but he's been getting treatment every day. We're going to dress him on Saturday and see how it goes.” Trapp - who ranks seventh in Division III with a 69.3 faceoff percentage (226-of-326)
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | May 1, 2005
Ravens first-round draft pick Mark Clayton missed the final two practices of rookie minicamp yesterday with a strained left hamstring. The highly touted wide receiver out of Oklahoma injured himself midway through Friday's non-contact workout, which he failed to finish, and was held out yesterday as a precautionary measure. He is expected to participate in the Ravens' first passing camp in two weeks. "Coming in, you want to do so good that you work out hard because you want to impress the coaches," said Clayton, who had the upper part of his left leg wrapped.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | September 28, 1999
COLLEGE PARK -- LaMont Jordan, the Atlantic Coast Conference's third leading rusher with 121 yards a game, has a sore right hamstring and is listed as day-to-day for 3-0 Maryland's clash with No. 9 Georgia Tech (2-1) Thursday night on ESPN.Coach Ron Vanderlinden said yesterday that Jordan woke up with the hamstring bothering him yesterday morning."He was only half-speed in practice," Vanderlinden said. "I'd like to have him full speed for Georgia Tech, but if he can't go, we'll start either Mookie [Sikyala]
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By Jeff Zrebiec and Jeff Zrebiec,jeff.zrebiec@baltsun.com | April 20, 2009
BOSTON -Orioles center fielder Adam Jones was removed from Sunday's game against the Boston Red Sox with a tight right hamstring, an injury he said isn't serious but will keep him out of Monday's series finale at least. After his first at-bat, a groundout against Red Sox starter Jon Lester, Jones jogged gingerly off the field. He played center field in the bottom of the first, but after returning to the dugout, he was informed by manager Dave Trembley that his afternoon was over. "I'm not going to be a hero," said Jones, who has started the Orioles' first 12 games, batting .372 with two homers and 12 RBIs.
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By Christian Ewell and Christian Ewell,SUN STAFF | August 29, 1998
As if there were further need of confirmation that the Orioles' hot streak is over, it sat in the east end of the team's clubhouse.Eric Davis, the guy who'd been leveling baseballs for the better part of the last month, mumbled amiably with a group of reporters curious as to what could possibly slow him down.The answer -- his hamstrings -- kept him out of last night's lineup and may do so for the near future, according to Davis and manager Ray Miller.Davis, hitting .329 with 24 home runs and 71 runs batted in, had his status thrown in doubt Thursday night when he strained his right Davis hamstring while running out a ground ball.
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF | June 24, 1998
The hamstring injury that forced Orioles designated hitter Harold Baines from Monday's game doesn't appear serious enough to keep him out for a prolonged period. Manager Ray Miller is hopeful that Baines will be available, at the latest, for the series in Montreal beginning Friday."There's no pain or anything, no discoloration," Miller said.Baines strained his left hamstring while running out a double to right field. He grabbed the back of his leg just before sliding and stayed on the ground until being helped to the clubhouse by trainer Richie Bancells and third base coach Sam Perlozzo.
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By JAMISON HENSLEY and JAMISON HENSLEY,SUN REPORTER | December 6, 2005
A day after they were officially eliminated from the playoffs, the Ravens acknowledged the possibility that linebacker Ray Lewis could be done for the season. In yesterday's news conference, Ravens coach Brian Billick revealed for the first time that Lewis has a torn right hamstring, an injury that might require surgery to repair. Lewis, who has missed six straight games, did not attend Sunday's 16-15 win over the Houston Texans and instead sought out a second opinion from a specialist in Miami, according to Billick.
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By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | April 21, 2014
BOSTON -- Orioles shortstop J.J. Hardy, who left Sunday night's game in the seventh inning with a strained right hamstring, said following the game that he doesn't know the severity of the injury. Hardy has already missed six games this season with lower back spasms, and while he has recovered from those issues, he said they might have had something to do with his hamstring injury. "Never had this before,” Hardy said. “When I came back from the back thing, I felt this hamstring was really tight.
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By Aaron Wilson, The Baltimore Sun | March 23, 2014
The pending arrival of new Ravens safety Darian Stewart comes with a scouting report. Stewart has built a reputation as a tough guy with a lot of pop and as a tackler who excels in run support. However, Stewart isn't known for making a ton of plays in pass coverage despite his above-average speed. "Good safety, good player," said retired former St. Louis Rams defensive tackle D'Marco Farr, an analyst for the organization's broadcasting team. "Good, smart, instinctive guy, underrated hitter.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | November 7, 2013
The Johns Hopkins football team has run up an 8-0 overall record and a 7-0 mark in the Centennial Conference thanks in part to the league's most prolific passing attack, averaging 257.4 yards and scoring 16 touchdowns. That unit may get stronger with the return of a starting wide receiver. Senior Bob D'Orazio has missed the past two games because of a hamstring injury, but coach Jim Margraff said D'Orazio is expected to play in Saturday's home finale against Franklin & Marshall (5-3, 5-2)
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | October 31, 2013
A sore hamstring continues to cloud Bob D'Orazio's availability for No. 10 Johns Hopkins' game this Saturday against Ursinus in a key Centennial Conference football showdown. The senior wide receiver took himself out after the first offensive series of the Blue Jays' 42-17 thrashing of Dickinson on Oct. 18 and then sat out the team's 34-16 defeat of Gettysburg last Saturday. Coach Jim Margraff said he is unsure of D'Orazio's status for this week's game. “It's still up in the air,” Margraff said Wednesday.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | October 18, 2013
The No. 14 Johns Hopkins football team scored a convincing 42-17 victory over visiting Dickinson at Homewood Field on Friday night, and the Blue Jays (6-0, 5-0 Centennial Conference) did so without their top wide receiver. Senior Bob D'Orazio played in the first series of the game before walking off the field with an apparent left leg injury. He did not return to the game. Coach Jim Margraff said D'Orazio, who entered the game leading the team in receiving yards (320) and touchdown catches (four)
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By Jeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun | August 5, 2013
A magnetic resonance imaging test confirmed Monday that Ravens tight end Ed Dickson has a small hamstring tear, an injury that isn't believed to be too serious but is magnified with Dennis Pitta already out for the season. Dickson, who missed three games and battled injuries all last season, sustained the hamstring tear during practice at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium on Sunday. “There's a little tear in there,” coach John Harbaugh said. “We're going to hold him back for a week or so and we'll see where we're at. It's going to be a matter of time, but it's not going to be a long time.” Harbaugh said that he expects Dickson, who caught 21 passes for 225 yards in 13 games last season, to be ready for the Ravens' Sept.
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By Roch Kubatko and Joe Strauss and Roch Kubatko and Joe Strauss,SUN STAFF | June 23, 1998
Still bothered by a strained muscle in his chest, Doug Drabek has been scratched from tonight's start against the New York Mets and replaced by left-hander Doug Johns. But for now, Drabek apparently has avoided becoming the fourth member of the rotation to go on the disabled list.Johns, who has bounced between the rotation and bullpen, will make his eighth start. He also Drabek filled in for Drabek on Thursday night against Toronto, allowing four earned runs and eight hits in 4 2/3 innings of a 13-6 loss.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF Sun staff writers Mike Preston and Vito Stellino contributed to this article | November 4, 1996
Antonio Langham's season could be summed up by the misfortune he suffered during yesterday's 24-21 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals.Langham, the Ravens' left cornerback, spent the first half of the season mired in a slump in which he surrendered a touchdown pass in all but one of the first eight games. Determined to turn his season around, Langham started anew yesterday, and early on, he showed that he meant business against Cincinnati's star receiver, Carl Pickens.On the Bengals' second possession, they had moved into Ravens territory at the 42, when Langham broke up a deep sideline pass to Pickens on first down.
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Peter Schmuck | June 18, 2013
BOWIE - Nolan Reimold has been so focused on getting healthy and getting back into the Orioles lineup, it didn't even occur to him that he was returning to the scene of one of his greatest days as a professional athlete. It was in his last game at Prince George's Stadium as a member of the Double-A Bowie Baysox that Reimold almost single-handedly dismantled the Akron Aeros in the 2008 Eastern League playoffs. He hit three home runs that night and blasted a grand slam in his final at-bat.
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By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | May 29, 2013
The Orioles raised some eyebrows when reliever Pedro Strop was seen taking grounders at shortstop and making throwing to first before Wednesday's game. Strop, who is on the 15-day disabled list with a lower back strain, was signed out of the Dominican Republic as a shortstop and was converted into a pitcher as a minor leaguer in the Colorado Rockies system. But the Orioles have no plans to return Strop to his original position. The drill, which Strop said was the idea of pitching coach Rick Adair, was performed in order for Strop to repeat his natural throwing motion.
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