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July 22, 2012
In their Saturday homestand with the Hudson Valley Renegades, the Aberdeen IronBirds came up short, losing to the guests, 4-3. Aberdeen went into the ninth holding a 3-1 lead, but surrendered three runs during the visiting team's final turn at the plate. Christian Walker led the Aberdeen offense, going 2-for-3 with a double and one run scored. Anthony Vega was 1-for-4 with a double and one run in the loss, while Roderick Bernadina, Ryan Adams and Will Howard had one RBI apiece.
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August 24, 2014
For the 16th time this season, the Aberdeen IronBirds lost a one-run game Sunday, 3-2, in 10 innings to the Lowell Spinners, who took two of three from the IronBirds over the weekend. Aberdeen (22-45) begins its final week of the season Monday at Hudson Valley. The IronBirds play three at Hudson Valley and three more at Lowell to conclude its road season. Aberdeen will be back at Ripken Stadium Aug. 31 and Sept. 1 with two games against Hudson Valley. The Spinners wasted no time getting to Aberdeen starter Matthew Grimes.
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July 22, 2012
The Aberdeen IronBirds dropped their fifth straight contest Sunday afternoon, losing 8-2 to the visiting Hudson Valley Renegades. With the loss, the IronBirds fall to 11-23 overall on the season. The visitors took the lead for good during their first at-bat with a four-run rally. Aberdeen's top offensive contributor was Christian Walker, who went 2-for-4 with a solo homer, one RBI and two runs scored in the loss. Taking the loss was Aberdeen starter Cameron Coffey (1-5)
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By Arthur Hirsch, The Baltimore Sun | June 30, 2014
The owner of Maryland Live casino — the state's largest and one of the top moneymaking casinos on the East Coast — and Penn National Gaming Inc. jointly applied Monday for a license to develop a $750 million hotel and casino in the Hudson Valley region about 60 miles north of Manhattan. The Cordish Cos., an affiliate of which owns Maryland Live at Arundel Mills in Hanover, and Penn National, a spinoff of which owns Hollywood Casino in Perryville, are in a 50-50 partnership to develop a project they're calling Live!
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July 19, 2012
Despite scoring three times in their final at-bat during Thursday's road contest with the Hudson Valley Renegades, the Aberdeen IronBirds fell short by one, losing 5-4. Trailing 5-1, heading into the ninth, Aberdeen rallied for three tallies, but could not plate the tying run. Torsten Boss was 1-for-4 with two RBIs in the loss, while Tom Winegardner was 2-for-5 with a triple, one RBI and one run. Creede Simpson and Lucas Herbst each had one...
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By New York Times News Service | January 7, 1993
International Business Machines Corp. announced yesterday that its first payroll cuts for 1993 would be at three operations in the Hudson Valley of New York state, where up to 3,500 jobs will be eliminated.The company stressed that it would encourage workers at the IBM operations in East Fishkill, Poughkeepsie and Kingston, N.Y., to leave voluntarily, offering incentives of up to a year's salary, medical benefits and retraining. But company officials said the cutbacks might well include layoffs, a historic break with the company's no-layoff policy.
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By Winnie Hu and Winnie Hu,NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | July 16, 2000
WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. - The Hudson River Valley, with its lush views and rich cultural landscape, has become one of the most endangered historic sites in the country because of encroaching development by electrical utilities and other industries, the nation's largest privately run preservation group has warned. The National Trust for Historic Preservation, a nonprofit group based in Washington, chose the verdant, 125-mile stretch from New York City to Albany for its annual list of most endangered places for the first time since it began compiling it in 1988.
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June 22, 2011
After a fine all-around performance in their season-opener, when the Aberdeen IronBirds gave new manager Leo Gomez a victory in his debut, the Baltimore Orioles' Class A New York-Penn League team hasn't been back in the win column, losing its next three games by a combined four runs. "It's really nice to win that first game," Gomez said after his team's 7-2 win over Hudson Valley Friday. "We did pretty good tonight, pitched the ball well, hit the ball pretty good, and I'm happy with what I saw," Gomez, a former Major Leaguer who spent six seasons with the Orioles, said.
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By Lisa W. Foderaro and Lisa W. Foderaro,NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | July 23, 2000
MILTON, N.Y. -- Usually, when hail descends on the picturesque apple orchards of the Hudson Valley, it strikes fitfully, creating havoc on a farmer's field of Empires, say, but sparing his McIntoshes. But this spring's hail was different. Two storms pelted newly formed apples with jagged balls of ice on more than 7,000 acres, and as the apples have grown, the tiny bruises have turned into ugly divots. Two thousand of those acres were so badly hurt that farmers are abandoning them entirely this season.
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By Katherine E. Finkelstein and Katherine E. Finkelstein,New York Times News Service | March 5, 2000
ACCORD, N.Y. -- Accord should be a place of peace. Just 90 miles from New York City, this hamlet in the Hudson Valley, encircled by fruit orchards and flinty mountains, is home to two groups: plain-spoken farmers and truckers who scrape by on camaraderie and shrinking incomes, and Manhattan weekenders, who bought low-cost land from the 1970s on and restored dilapidated farmhouses into retreats. This marriage of opposites has worked well throughout southern Ulster County, now a booming weekend destination where celebrities like Robert De Niro have built homes and where three-star restaurants have opened alongside package and hunting stores.
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By Alejandro Zuniga and The Baltimore Sun | June 28, 2014
Right-hander Dylan Bundy will make his next start for High-A Frederick on Thursday, the Orioles announced Saturday afternoon. A year removed from right elbow ligament replacement surgery, the 21-year-old pitching prospect allowed just one run, 10 hits and struck out 22 batters in 15 innings for short-season Single-A Aberdeen. He had a 0.60 ERA there. On Friday, in his last start with the IronBirds, Bundy tossed five scoreless innings against Hudson Valley, allowing just three hits and two walks while striking out seven.
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By Alejandro Zuniga and The Baltimore Sun | June 15, 2014
Right-hander Dylan Bundy pitched five innings and allowed one run for short-season Single-A Aberdeen against Hudson Valley on Sunday in his first competitive game since 2012. Bundy, who was the Orioles' first-round draft pick in 2011, underwent Tommy John elbow ligament reconstruction surgery last June. He had been limited to simulated games and extended spring training sessions before Sunday, but he's recovering about two weeks ahead of schedule and feels like he could pitch for the Orioles later this year.
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By Arthur Hirsch, The Baltimore Sun | April 16, 2014
Two Maryland casino operators are teaming up in hopes of opening a casino and resort in the Hudson Valley-Catskills area of New York, and are considering other projects in that state, the companies announced. The Cordish Cos., which runs Maryland Live in Hanover, the state's largest casino, and Penn National Gaming, which runs the second-largest, the Hollywood Casino in Perryville, hope to build the project in the Village of South Blooming Grove in Orange County, less than a 90-minute drive from Manhattan.
SPORTS
By Daniel Gallen and The Baltimore Sun | August 20, 2013
Finally away from the Gulf Coast League's hot and humid midday games in Florida, Orioles first-round draft pick Hunter Harvey took to the mound for the first time in the state where he hopes to make his pro career. And before an announced 5,485 - including his parents and some Orioles officials - at Ripken Stadium to see Harvey in his debut for short-season Single-A Aberdeen, the right-hander thrived. With his fastball at 93 and 94 mph while mixing in a high-70s curveball and occasional changeup, Harvey allowed one unearned run on four hits and one walk in 41/3 innings while striking out five.
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July 22, 2012
The Aberdeen IronBirds dropped their fifth straight contest Sunday afternoon, losing 8-2 to the visiting Hudson Valley Renegades. With the loss, the IronBirds fall to 11-23 overall on the season. The visitors took the lead for good during their first at-bat with a four-run rally. Aberdeen's top offensive contributor was Christian Walker, who went 2-for-4 with a solo homer, one RBI and two runs scored in the loss. Taking the loss was Aberdeen starter Cameron Coffey (1-5)
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July 22, 2012
In their Saturday homestand with the Hudson Valley Renegades, the Aberdeen IronBirds came up short, losing to the guests, 4-3. Aberdeen went into the ninth holding a 3-1 lead, but surrendered three runs during the visiting team's final turn at the plate. Christian Walker led the Aberdeen offense, going 2-for-3 with a double and one run scored. Anthony Vega was 1-for-4 with a double and one run in the loss, while Roderick Bernadina, Ryan Adams and Will Howard had one RBI apiece.
SPORTS
By Alejandro Zuniga and The Baltimore Sun | June 15, 2014
Right-hander Dylan Bundy pitched five innings and allowed one run for short-season Single-A Aberdeen against Hudson Valley on Sunday in his first competitive game since 2012. Bundy, who was the Orioles' first-round draft pick in 2011, underwent Tommy John elbow ligament reconstruction surgery last June. He had been limited to simulated games and extended spring training sessions before Sunday, but he's recovering about two weeks ahead of schedule and feels like he could pitch for the Orioles later this year.
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By Daniel Gallen and The Baltimore Sun | August 20, 2013
Finally away from the Gulf Coast League's hot and humid midday games in Florida, Orioles first-round draft pick Hunter Harvey took to the mound for the first time in the state where he hopes to make his pro career. And before an announced 5,485 - including his parents and some Orioles officials - at Ripken Stadium to see Harvey in his debut for short-season Single-A Aberdeen, the right-hander thrived. With his fastball at 93 and 94 mph while mixing in a high-70s curveball and occasional changeup, Harvey allowed one unearned run on four hits and one walk in 41/3 innings while striking out five.
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July 19, 2012
Despite scoring three times in their final at-bat during Thursday's road contest with the Hudson Valley Renegades, the Aberdeen IronBirds fell short by one, losing 5-4. Trailing 5-1, heading into the ninth, Aberdeen rallied for three tallies, but could not plate the tying run. Torsten Boss was 1-for-4 with two RBIs in the loss, while Tom Winegardner was 2-for-5 with a triple, one RBI and one run. Creede Simpson and Lucas Herbst each had one...
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