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June 1, 1998
HittingJuan Gonzalez, Rangers: 2 HRs, including grand slam, 5 RBIs.Mike Caruso, White Sox: 4-for-5, HR.Joey Cora, Mariners: 4-for-4, HR, double.PitchingJason Dickson, Angels: 4 2/3 innings of 2-hit relief.Jim Parque, White Sox: 6 2/3 innings, 0 runs, 4 hits.Pub Date: 6/01/98
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April 5, 1999
Angels: Purchased minor-league contracts of IF Jeff Huson and IF Tim Unroe. Recalled P Scott Schoenweis from Triple-A Edmonton. Optioned IF Chris Pritchett to Edmonton. Returned P Toby Borland, P Mike Fyhrie, C Steve Decker and IF Keith Luuloa to minor-league camp. Placed P Jason Dickson (right shoulder surgery) on 15-day DL. Placed OF Jim Edmonds (strained right groin and irritated right shoulder) on 15-day DL, retroactive to March 30. Placed OF Reggie Williams (strained right hamstring)
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By Joe Strauss | May 14, 1997
At Anaheim (Calif.) StadiumDay, Time, TV, StartersTonight, 10: 35, ESPN, Mike Johnson (0-0, 1.88) vs. Shigetoshi Hasegawa (1-2, 6.33)Tomorrow, 10: 05, HTS, Scott Kamieniecki (2-1, 3.35) vs. Jason Dickson (5-1, 3.27)Radio: Both games on WBAL (1090 AM) and WTOP (1500 AM)Angels updateEven with last night's 8-7 win over Chicago, the Angels have lost five of seven and eight of 13, including two of three against the Orioles last week at Camden Yards. Problems remain with the pitching staff. The rotation went into last night 7-13 with a 5.56 ERA. The starters have pitched into the seventh inning only 13 times in 35 games.
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July 23, 1998
Quote: "See you all at the Waffle House." -- Red Sox manager Jimy Williams to his players after Tuesday's soggy day-night doubleheader in Cleveland ended at 12: 48 a.m. yesterday.It's a fact: The Yankees are 71-25, the franchise's best record ever for the first 96 games of the season and one game behind the 1902 Pittsburgh Pirates for the best record this century at that point in a season.Who's hot: The Rangers' Juan Gonzalez has four homers and 10 RBIs in his past three games after going nine games without an RBI.Who's not: The Tigers' Brian Hunter, who set a record going 0-for-13 in a doubleheader Monday night against the Yankees, went 0-for-5 against them Tuesday and 0-for-4 yesterday.
SPORTS
July 23, 1998
Quote: "See you all at the Waffle House." -- Red Sox manager Jimy Williams to his players after Tuesday's soggy day-night doubleheader in Cleveland ended at 12: 48 a.m. yesterday.It's a fact: The Yankees are 71-25, the franchise's best record ever for the first 96 games of the season and one game behind the 1902 Pittsburgh Pirates for the best record this century at that point in a season.Who's hot: The Rangers' Juan Gonzalez has four homers and 10 RBIs in his past three games after going nine games without an RBI.Who's not: The Tigers' Brian Hunter, who set a record going 0-for-13 in a doubleheader Monday night against the Yankees, went 0-for-5 against them Tuesday and 0-for-4 yesterday.
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By Peter Schmuck | April 27, 1998
At Oriole Park at Camden YardsDay, Time, TV, StartersTonight, 7:05, HTS, Chuck Finley (3-0, 1.63) vs. Scott Erickson (3-1, 5.34)Tomorrow, 7:05, HTS, Jason Dickson (0-3, 11.77) vs. Nerio Rodriguez (1998 debut)Radio: All games on WBAL (1090 AM) and WTOP (1500 AM)Angels updateThe Angels were struggling until they played host to the Orioles last week at Edison International Field. Now they are on something of a roll, winning five of their past six, including a 2-1 victory in last night's nationally televised game against Tampa Bay. Tonight's starter, Chuck Finley, escaped defeat after a rocky performance against the Orioles last Wednesday and will come into the series still working on a string of 13 straight victories that stretches back to last June.
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April 5, 1999
Angels: Purchased minor-league contracts of IF Jeff Huson and IF Tim Unroe. Recalled P Scott Schoenweis from Triple-A Edmonton. Optioned IF Chris Pritchett to Edmonton. Returned P Toby Borland, P Mike Fyhrie, C Steve Decker and IF Keith Luuloa to minor-league camp. Placed P Jason Dickson (right shoulder surgery) on 15-day DL. Placed OF Jim Edmonds (strained right groin and irritated right shoulder) on 15-day DL, retroactive to March 30. Placed OF Reggie Williams (strained right hamstring)
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By KEN ROSENTHAL | April 29, 1998
Garret Anderson had just robbed Harold Baines of a potential game-tying homer, and now Orioles manager Ray Miller was in his office, forcing a smile."We're going to get some good breaks, folks," Miller told reporters after the Orioles' 6-5 loss to Anaheim. "Hang with us. We'll be there."Miller had found hope in the previous night's 3-1 defeat, the six walks against Chuck Finley, the four potential home runs knocked down by the wind.Now he was trying to fathom another evening of futility, calling the Orioles' offensive slump "the damnedest thing I ever saw."
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By Joe Strauss and Joe Strauss,SUN STAFF | May 6, 1997
The Orioles offered a new look last night against the Anaheim Angels. A model of fundamental baseball for most of the past five weeks, they did little right in a 7-2 loss against rookie right-hander Jason Dickson.And it all started with the pitch Scott Kamieniecki couldn't find.After beginning the night with five consecutive quality starts from the rotation and eight straight error-free games, the Orioles saw both streaks end at the hands of Kamieniecki. The error didn't matter. A bizarre first inning did as Kamieniecki literally walked into a two-out mess he couldn't escape.
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By Joe Strauss and Joe Strauss,SUN STAFF | July 18, 1998
ANAHEIM, Calif. -- Few rhythms within the game are more flowing than Rafael Palmeiro's sweeping swing. Last night it again picked up the Orioles along with a powerful personal milestone.It has become Palmeiro's daily routine: check for trade rumors, check the pitching matchup, check off another win.The All-Star first baseman accounted for all his team's scoring with four RBIs, including his 300th career home run in the eighth inning, as another mark was added to the Orioles' second half of perfection.
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By Joe Strauss and Joe Strauss,SUN STAFF | July 18, 1998
ANAHEIM, Calif. -- Few rhythms within the game are more flowing than Rafael Palmeiro's sweeping swing. Last night it again picked up the Orioles along with a powerful personal milestone.It has become Palmeiro's daily routine: check for trade rumors, check the pitching matchup, check off another win.The All-Star first baseman accounted for all his team's scoring with four RBIs, including his 300th career home run in the eighth inning, as another mark was added to the Orioles' second half of perfection.
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By Joe Strauss | July 17, 1998
At Edison International Field, Anaheim, Calif.Day,Time, TV, StartersTonight, 10: 05, 54, 50, Doug Drabek (5-9, 7.27)vs. Jason Dickson (9-6, 6.12)Tomorrow, 10: 05, 54, 50, Nerio Rodriguez (1-2, 7.30)vs. Jarrod Washburn (4-2, 4.06)Sunday, 8: 05, none, Mike Mussina (7-5, 3.67)Omar Olivares (5-6, 3.97)Radio: All games on WBAL (1090 AM) and WTOP (1500 AM)Angels updateThe Orioles drop in on a third consecutive wild-card contender when they visit the Angels, who have taken four of five games between the two. The Angels have lost 10 of 13. They are currently suffering from injury problems similar to the Orioles, having lost Ken Hill, Jack McDowell and Allen Watson from the rotation.
SPORTS
June 1, 1998
HittingJuan Gonzalez, Rangers: 2 HRs, including grand slam, 5 RBIs.Mike Caruso, White Sox: 4-for-5, HR.Joey Cora, Mariners: 4-for-4, HR, double.PitchingJason Dickson, Angels: 4 2/3 innings of 2-hit relief.Jim Parque, White Sox: 6 2/3 innings, 0 runs, 4 hits.Pub Date: 6/01/98
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By KEN ROSENTHAL | April 29, 1998
Garret Anderson had just robbed Harold Baines of a potential game-tying homer, and now Orioles manager Ray Miller was in his office, forcing a smile."We're going to get some good breaks, folks," Miller told reporters after the Orioles' 6-5 loss to Anaheim. "Hang with us. We'll be there."Miller had found hope in the previous night's 3-1 defeat, the six walks against Chuck Finley, the four potential home runs knocked down by the wind.Now he was trying to fathom another evening of futility, calling the Orioles' offensive slump "the damnedest thing I ever saw."
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By Peter Schmuck | April 27, 1998
At Oriole Park at Camden YardsDay, Time, TV, StartersTonight, 7:05, HTS, Chuck Finley (3-0, 1.63) vs. Scott Erickson (3-1, 5.34)Tomorrow, 7:05, HTS, Jason Dickson (0-3, 11.77) vs. Nerio Rodriguez (1998 debut)Radio: All games on WBAL (1090 AM) and WTOP (1500 AM)Angels updateThe Angels were struggling until they played host to the Orioles last week at Edison International Field. Now they are on something of a roll, winning five of their past six, including a 2-1 victory in last night's nationally televised game against Tampa Bay. Tonight's starter, Chuck Finley, escaped defeat after a rocky performance against the Orioles last Wednesday and will come into the series still working on a string of 13 straight victories that stretches back to last June.
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By Joe Strauss and Joe Strauss,SUN STAFF | May 16, 1997
ANAHEIM, Calif. -- They're still in first place and still in possession of a masterful starting rotation. But right now the Orioles are an offense without wheels.The Anaheim Angels made the point last night in a 3-2 win before 15,966 at Anaheim Stadium. Held to a season-low three hits by five pitchers, the Orioles had enough opportunities to leave the game muttering.Proud of their enhanced ability to manufacture runs, the Orioles now find themselves held hostage in their trainer's room. There is no call to alarm.
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By Joe Strauss and Joe Strauss,SUN STAFF | May 6, 1997
The Orioles offered a new look last night against the Anaheim Angels. A model of fundamental baseball for most of the past five weeks, they did little right in a 7-2 loss against rookie right-hander Jason Dickson.And it all started with the pitch Scott Kamieniecki couldn't find.After beginning the night with five consecutive quality starts from the rotation and eight straight error-free games, the Orioles saw both streaks end at the hands of Kamieniecki. The error didn't matter. A bizarre first inning did as Kamieniecki literally walked into a two-out mess he couldn't escape.
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