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May 20, 2007
Good morning -- Jason Giambi -- Now how about apologizing for that long, stringy hairdo you had during you Athletics days?
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By DAVID STEELE and DAVID STEELE,david.steele@baltsun.com | February 11, 2009
This latest entanglement for Miguel Tejada doesn't teach us anything new about baseball and performance-enhancing drugs. All it does is reinforce what we already knew, and the events of the past few days tell us that a lot of people needed reinforcing, or else they stay deluded about how bad this is. What Tejada's federal court appearance today - for allegedly lying to congressional investigators about his knowledge of teammates' use of performance-enhancing drugs...
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May 5, 1998
Hitting Darin Erstad, Angels: 4-for-5, 2 RBIs. Jason Giambi, Athletics: 2 RBIs. Scott Spiezio, Athletics: 2 RBIs, 2 doubles. Pub Date: 5/05/98
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By ROCH KUBATKO | July 2, 2008
A recap of the Orioles' 7-5 victory over the Royals last night: GOT HIM The Orioles and starter Radhames Liz fell behind 1-0 three batters into the game, and it took only one big swing. Alex Gordon hit his 11th home run, and it traveled 425 feet over the flag court in right field. Gordon became the fourth player this season to put a ball onto Eutaw Street and the third opposing player, joining Jason Giambi (twice) and Lance Berkman. Nick Markakis is the only Orioles representative. Forty-five homers have landed on Eutaw since the ballpark opened in 1992.
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June 6, 2006
Jason Giambi Yankees designated hitter has homered in his past three games and four of his past five. Braves Atlanta has lost seven of eight to fall two games below .500.
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August 24, 1998
HittingJason Giambi, Athletics: 2 HRs, 4 RBIs.Sal Fasano, Royals: 4-for-4, HR.John Valentin, Red Sox: 3-for-5, HR, 2 doubles.PitchingPedro Martinez, RedSox: 6 innings, 0 runs,4 hits.Pub Date: 8/24/98
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May 22, 2000
Quote: "It's definitely a great feeling and it's nice thing to have in front of all the kids and the big crowd." -- A's Jason Giambi, who hit a grand slam on Jason Giambi T-shirt day, which attracted 34,065, the second-largest crowd of the year It's a fact: The Indians are the only AL team the Yankees' Orlando Hernandez has not beaten in the regular season. Who's hot: The White Sox's Cal Eldred is 4-2 with a 2.49 ERA in his past six starts. Who's not: The Blue Jays are 1-5 on their current homestand.
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June 13, 1999
Athletics: Kenny Rogers took over the AL lead with his fourth pickoff. Jason Giambi was not in the lineup with tightness in his left hamstring.Expos: Montreal has hit 37 homers since May 18, homering in 21 of 22 games.Indians: Charles Nagy struck out in all three at-bats, leaving him 1-for-13 career at the plate.Mets: Roger Cedeno stole his major-league-leading 33rd base.
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September 16, 2004
He said it "That's cool to be a part of. It just speaks to how good our lineup is, all the way through." Derrek Lee, Cubs first baseman, on he and three teammates having at least 30 home runs. They are the 10th major league team to do it. On deck Curt Schilling of the Red Sox tries to become the majors' first 20-game winner tonight when he faces the Rays. Who's hot Brett Myers of the Phillies is 4-1 in his past five decisions over nine starts. Who's not Jason Giambi of the Yankees is hitless in his past 28 major league at-bats, the longest slump of his career.
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December 14, 2007
The following were connected to steroids, either through use or possession, in the report: (65 players) Manny Alexander Chad Allen Mike Bell Gary Bennett Larry Bigbie Ricky Bones Kevin Brown Ken Caminiti Mark Carreon Jason Christiansen Howie Clark Roger Clemens Paxton Crawford Jack Cust Brendan Donnelly Chris Donnels Lenny Dykstra Matt Franco Ryan Franklin Eric Gagne Jason Grimsley Jerry Hairston Phil Hiatt Matt Herges Glenallen Hill...
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May 25, 2007
Good morning -- Jason Giambi // So now are you sorry for saying you're sorry?
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By ROCH KUBATKO | April 23, 2007
Not so perfect Toronto Blue Jays left-hander Gustavo Chacin retired the first nine batters he faced before Jay Payton, making his first start for the Orioles, lined a single to center field. The Orioles weren't finished, though. Melvin Mora walked and Nick Markakis followed with a two-run triple, the ball hitting the top of the fence in center field. Markakis scored on a single by Miguel Tejada, and the Orioles led 3-1. Clutch again Tejada entered the weekend 1-for-9 with runners in scoring position.
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September 24, 2006
The idea of incarcerating someone who has not been charged with a crime is generally repugnant to the American conscience. The idea of sending people who have not committed a crime to jail in order to get information out of them is even more so. And perhaps that is what is so disturbing about a judge's order Thursday sentencing two newspaper reporters to 18 months in federal prison for refusing to disclose the source for their stories about athletes' drug...
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June 6, 2006
Jason Giambi Yankees designated hitter has homered in his past three games and four of his past five. Braves Atlanta has lost seven of eight to fall two games below .500.
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By Dan McGrath | July 5, 2005
CHICAGO - The phone rang just as the Washington Nationals' Nick Johnson was crossing home plate after pounding a home run off the facade of the upper deck at RFK Stadium against Greg Maddux and the Chicago Cubs on May 15. "Snack-shack distance," my son declared. "And then some," I agreed. His reference was to Dooley Field, a well-kept jewel of a Little League complex in Sacramento, Calif., that has been a field of dreams for thousands of aspiring ballplayers during its 50-plus years of existence.
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By Laura Vecsey | April 19, 2005
IT'S BEEN more than a year since the Orioles identified first base as a prime location for a serious talent upgrade. The platoon of Jay Gibbons and Rafael Palmeiro so far this season has done little to extinguish that desire. Needed: More offense. Better defense. So with 13 games gone, we look back and remember the parade of candidates who the Orioles had hoped would take the job, and the money, to play first base at Camden Yards: Derrek Lee. Richie Sexson. Carlos Delgado. Troy Glaus, had he been willing to move from third to first.
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