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By Zach Helfand and The Baltimore Sun | June 19, 2012
Starting their 11th season in Aberdeen, the IronBirds open their home schedule Wednesday night at 7:35 p.m. at Ripken Stadium against the Hudson Valley Renegades, a Tampa Bay Rays affiliate. The Orioles' short-season Single-A affiliate overhauled its coaching staff this season, with Gary Allenson, formerly the manager at Triple-A Norfolk, taking over. Former Orioles pitcher Alan Mills is Aberdeen's pitching coach and former Double-A Bowie manager Brad Komminsk is the batting coach.
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By Aaron Dodson and The Baltimore Sun | June 10, 2014
At the Aberdeen IronBirds' media day Tuesday, manager Matt Merullo confirmed that Orioles pitching prospect Dylan Bundy will make his first rehab start with the short-season Single-A club Sunday on the road against the Hudson Valley Renegades.  Merullo said the goal is to get Bundy, the Orioles' first-round draft pick in 2011, two starts with Aberdeen. The right-hander, who has been pitching in extended spring training after undergoing Tommy John surgery last June, will also start June 21 when the IronBirds return home to face the Brooklyn Cyclones at Ripken Stadium, Merullo said.  "Sunday will be his first start," Merullo said.
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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 Seth Boster and The Baltimore Sun | June 13, 2013
The Aberdeen IronBirds, the Orioles' short-season Single-A affiliate, will display their franchise makeover Monday night at Ripken Stadium. “What we've done is launched a completely new era of IronBirds baseball,” said Colin Clark, assistant vice president of brand marketing for Ripken Baseball, during a small media gathering at Ripken Stadium on Thursday. “We've had an unbelievable first 10 years here in Harford County, and what we're really looking for is this is the year that really sets us up for another great 10 years of IronBirds baseball.” Alongside the team's assistant general manager, Brad Cox, Clark discussed an array of changes that he hopes will attract familiar and new fans alike as the IronBirds enter their 12thseason in the New York-Penn League with a new front office and a fourth general manager in as many years.
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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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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN REPORTER | June 17, 2008
There can never be a whole lot of stability on a short-season Single-A baseball team such as the Aberdeen IronBirds. Even if Hall of Famer Cal Ripken Jr. is the owner. However, the 2008 IronBirds are about as stable as any low-level minor league team can be. They will open the season tonight with nine players who spent either 2007 or both 2006 and 2007 with the IronBirds. There's even returning experience at the manager position and two coaching jobs. Gary Kendall will manage the team, returning to the town where he was a field coach in 2002 and 2003.
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July 3, 2011
The Aberdeen IronBirds managed to avoid being shut out for the second straight night Sunday, but they could not dodge their 15th loss of the young season, getting shellacked, 15-1, by the Hudson Valley Renegades in New York. Through Sunday's game, the IronBirds had won just two of their 17 regular-season contests, and were sitting at the bottom of the New York-Penn League's four-team McNamara Division, 5.5 games behind third-place Hudson Valley. Aberdeen's lone run came in the visiting half of the eighth, when the IronBirds were trailing 9-0. Chris Clinton kicked off his team's only scoring rally by belting a leadoff triple to dead center, and his three-bagger was followed by Austin Knight's RBI base hit to right.
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July 2, 2011
The Aberdeen IronBirds suffered their sixth straight loss Saturday night, managing just two hits in an 8-0 shutout loss to the host-team Hudson Valley Renegades. With the defeat, Aberdeen fell to 2-14, and as of Saturday the IronBirds were in the cellar of the New York-Penn League's four-team McNamara Division, 4.5 games behind third-place Hudson Valley. Aberdeen's best scoring opportunity came in the top of the second, when Riley Hornback belted a two-out double to the right field wall, and Kyle Hoppy followed by taking a pitch off his body.
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By Seth Boster and The Baltimore Sun | June 13, 2013
The Aberdeen IronBirds, the Orioles' short-season Single-A affiliate, will display their franchise makeover Monday night at Ripken Stadium. “What we've done is launched a completely new era of IronBirds baseball,” said Colin Clark, assistant vice president of brand marketing for Ripken Baseball, during a small media gathering at Ripken Stadium on Thursday. “We've had an unbelievable first 10 years here in Harford County, and what we're really looking for is this is the year that really sets us up for another great 10 years of IronBirds baseball.” Alongside the team's assistant general manager, Brad Cox, Clark discussed an array of changes that he hopes will attract familiar and new fans alike as the IronBirds enter their 12thseason in the New York-Penn League with a new front office and a fourth general manager in as many years.
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By Aaron Dodson and The Baltimore Sun | June 10, 2014
At the Aberdeen IronBirds' media day Tuesday, manager Matt Merullo confirmed that Orioles pitching prospect Dylan Bundy will make his first rehab start with the short-season Single-A club Sunday on the road against the Hudson Valley Renegades.  Merullo said the goal is to get Bundy, the Orioles' first-round draft pick in 2011, two starts with Aberdeen. The right-hander, who has been pitching in extended spring training after undergoing Tommy John surgery last June, will also start June 21 when the IronBirds return home to face the Brooklyn Cyclones at Ripken Stadium, Merullo said.  "Sunday will be his first start," Merullo said.
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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.
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By Zach Helfand and The Baltimore Sun | June 19, 2012
Starting their 11th season in Aberdeen, the IronBirds open their home schedule Wednesday night at 7:35 p.m. at Ripken Stadium against the Hudson Valley Renegades, a Tampa Bay Rays affiliate. The Orioles' short-season Single-A affiliate overhauled its coaching staff this season, with Gary Allenson, formerly the manager at Triple-A Norfolk, taking over. Former Orioles pitcher Alan Mills is Aberdeen's pitching coach and former Double-A Bowie manager Brad Komminsk is the batting coach.
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July 5, 2011
The IronBirds returned to Ripken Stadium on Independence Day following a five-game road trip, but the familiar settings did not help the Aberdeen men break out of their rut, as they were knocked off for the seventh straight time, losing 6-0 to the visiting Hudson Valley Renegades. With the Monday-night loss, the IronBirds fell to 2-16 on the year, which put them at the bottom of the New York-Penn League's McNamara Division, 6.5 games behind third-place Hudson Valley. Monday's match-up saw the IronBirds keep things close for the first eight innings with a mix of solid pitching and slick defense, and heading into the final inning they were trailing just 1-0. "We tried every inning," Aberdeen manager Leo Gomez said.
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July 3, 2011
The Aberdeen IronBirds managed to avoid being shut out for the second straight night Sunday, but they could not dodge their 15th loss of the young season, getting shellacked, 15-1, by the Hudson Valley Renegades in New York. Through Sunday's game, the IronBirds had won just two of their 17 regular-season contests, and were sitting at the bottom of the New York-Penn League's four-team McNamara Division, 5.5 games behind third-place Hudson Valley. Aberdeen's lone run came in the visiting half of the eighth, when the IronBirds were trailing 9-0. Chris Clinton kicked off his team's only scoring rally by belting a leadoff triple to dead center, and his three-bagger was followed by Austin Knight's RBI base hit to right.
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July 2, 2011
The Aberdeen IronBirds suffered their sixth straight loss Saturday night, managing just two hits in an 8-0 shutout loss to the host-team Hudson Valley Renegades. With the defeat, Aberdeen fell to 2-14, and as of Saturday the IronBirds were in the cellar of the New York-Penn League's four-team McNamara Division, 4.5 games behind third-place Hudson Valley. Aberdeen's best scoring opportunity came in the top of the second, when Riley Hornback belted a two-out double to the right field wall, and Kyle Hoppy followed by taking a pitch off his body.
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July 2, 2011
The IronBirds' woes continued Friday night as they fell to 2-13 for the year with a 7-4 loss on the road to the Staten Island Yankees. Not surprisingly, through Friday night's game, the IronBirds were in the cellar of the four-team McNamara Division of the New York-Penn League, three games behind third-place Hudson Valley Renegades. Trailing, 4-0, heading into the fourth, Aberdeen's offense came to life as Mychal Givens led off with a single up the middle, then swiped second.
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July 5, 2011
The IronBirds returned to Ripken Stadium on Independence Day following a five-game road trip, but the familiar settings did not help the Aberdeen men break out of their rut, as they were knocked off for the seventh straight time, losing 6-0 to the visiting Hudson Valley Renegades. With the Monday-night loss, the IronBirds fell to 2-16 on the year, which put them at the bottom of the New York-Penn League's McNamara Division, 6.5 games behind third-place Hudson Valley. Monday's match-up saw the IronBirds keep things close for the first eight innings with a mix of solid pitching and slick defense, and heading into the final inning they were trailing just 1-0. "We tried every inning," Aberdeen manager Leo Gomez said.
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July 2, 2011
The IronBirds' woes continued Friday night as they fell to 2-13 for the year with a 7-4 loss on the road to the Staten Island Yankees. Not surprisingly, through Friday night's game, the IronBirds were in the cellar of the four-team McNamara Division of the New York-Penn League, three games behind third-place Hudson Valley Renegades. Trailing, 4-0, heading into the fourth, Aberdeen's offense came to life as Mychal Givens led off with a single up the middle, then swiped second.
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June 17, 2011
The Aberdeen IronBirds began their 2011 campaign on the right foot, beating the visiting Hudson Valley Renegades 7-2 in their season-opening matchup Friday night. The hosts were helped by 19-year-old flame thrower Parker Bridwell, who made the start and worked through five full innings. During his opening-night stint, Bridwell (1-0) sent nine Renegades down on strikes without allowing any walks and held Hudson Valley to a paltry four hits in the win. "I felt good on the mound, and I'm glad we got this first win under our belt," Bridwell said after the game.
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