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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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By Daniel Gallen and The Baltimore Sun | July 30, 2013
Two years ago Tuesday, Tommy Hunter and Chris Davis received a set of phone calls in a Toronto hotel room: They were traded from the pennant-chasing Texas Rangers to the last-place Orioles in a move that would help alter the course of a franchise and their careers. "My biggest concern when I was traded over here was whether I was going to be part of a winning team," Davis said Tuesday. "I think since I've been here - not because I've been here solely - we've had a lot of winning.
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By Mary Johnson, For The Baltimore Sun | July 3, 2013
For two evenings last week, heavy rains delayed the scheduled opening of Annapolis Summer Garden Theatre's current show, which seemed appropriate for a musical titled "[title of show] (clean version)" and about the obstacle-laden process of creating a musical. That odd title refers to the first question that must be answered on a form required to enter the New York Musical Theatre Festival competition. In the show, characters Jeff and Hunter submit the form and accept the challenge of creating a show in three weeks.
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By Dan Connolly and The Baltimore Sun | June 25, 2013
Dylan Bundy is expected to see team orthopedist John Wilckens on Tuesday after experiencing more discomfort in his right forearm following a throwing session of 120 feet Monday in Sarasota. A team source said it is expected that Bundy will ask to see Dr. James Andrews, who administered the platelet-rich-plasma injection in the prized prospect's arm in late April. It's premature to panic. But if you want to worry some, go right ahead. No one's judging you. Because this isn't good news.
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Peter Schmuck | June 25, 2013
Bryan Harvey was living every Little League dad's dream on Tuesday afternoon, watching from the back of the room while his son - the Orioles' first pick in the June draft - was introduced to the media at Oriole Park. Hunter Harvey, the 22nd overall selection, and Josh Hart, the Orioles' supplemental first-round choice, took part in the brief news conference to announce their first professional contracts, both looking every bit like the fresh-faced high school players they were just a few weeks ago…both accompanied by families bursting with pride.
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By Dan Connolly and The Baltimore Sun | June 20, 2013
Although no formal announcement will be made until next week, the Orioles have agreed to terms with their top pick, pitcher Hunter Harvey, for $1,947,600 - which is the suggested slot bonus for the 22nd pick overall, according to an industry source. The agreement is pending a physical, which is planned for Monday in Baltimore. Harvey, 18, is a 6-foot-4, 178-pound right-hander out of Bandys High School in Catawba, N.C. He is the son of Bryan Harvey, a former All-Star closer. It is expected that Harvey will begin his career with the Gulf Coast League Orioles in Sarasota, Fla. Earlier in the day, the Orioles agreed to terms with supplemental first-round pick Josh Hart , according to an industry source.
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By Marie Marciano Gullard, For The Baltimore Sun | June 20, 2013
For house hunters who think they couldn't possibly own a Georgian-style home in Baltimore's Roland Park neighborhood for under $1 million, then 504 Overhill Road may be a pleasant surprise — it's listed at $699,000. "This is a grand dame, old-style brick Colonial that [offers] over 5,000 square feet of living space," said listing agent Barbara Goldberg of Long & Foster Real Estate in reference to the 113-year-old home built on an embankment off a tree-lined street. "This is a lot of house for a little bit of money, and it has location for sure.
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By Eduardo A. Encina and Dan Connolly and The Baltimore Sun | June 7, 2013
The Orioles had grown accustomed to having top-five overall picks in baseball's first-year player draft over the past six years, but last season's success forced the the organization to play a waiting game in the opening round Thursday. Despite picking from an unfamiliar spot, the Orioles continued their recent trend of drafting arms in the first round, selecting North Carolina high school right-hander Hunter Harvey with the 22nd overall pick. The Orioles' selection of Harvey marked the fifth time in six years that they spent their first pick on a pitcher - the only exception being their selection of Manny Machado, now their starting third baseman, in 2010.
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By Dan Connolly and The Baltimore Sun | June 6, 2013
Just had a chance to talk briefly on the phone with Hunter Harvey, the Orioles top pick in the 2013 draft (22nd overall) . He's a 6-foot-3, 175 pounder out of Bandys High School in Catawba, North Carolina. He has a low 90s fastball that can scoot up to 97. His dad, Bryan Harvey, spent nine seasons in the big leagues. He was a two-time all star closer for the California Angels and Florida Marlins, leading the majors in games finished and saves in 1991 and finishing fifth in American League Cy Young voting that year.
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By Dan Connolly, The Baltimore Sun | May 27, 2013
There was some real concern after Sunday's game in Toronto when right-handed reliever Tommy Hunter grabbed a hard comebacker with his pitching hand. But after preliminary X-rays, icing and some rest, Hunter described the injury as "an itty, bitty bruise" on Monday. He played catch at Nats Park before Monday's game and underwent another X-ray, which Orioles manager Buck Showalter said came out "clean. " "It's not too bad," Hunter said. "Just kind of feels like what a hitter would feel like after taking a ball off the ankle.
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