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By Mike Klingaman and Mike Klingaman,SUN STAFF | July 20, 2005
The scar creeps down Jason Grimsley's right arm, like a baseball's seams gone straight. Seven inches of stitches tell the tale of an elbow surgically raised from the dead. Grimsley waggled his money arm, albeit gingerly, as if worried the wing would fall off and he would wake from a dream that has left the Orioles' reliever to pitch pain-free for the first time in seven years. He knows he is an anomaly: Grimsley's may be the quickest comeback ever to the majors for a pitcher after elbow ligament reconstruction, commonly known as Tommy John surgery.
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October 4, 2006
Do you believe Jason Grimsley's claim that Miguel Tejada, Jay Gibbons and Brian Roberts used performance-enhancing drugs? What could Mr. Grimsley possibly have to gain by making it up? Nobody believed Jose Canseco, and he turned out to be one of the only people telling anything close to the truth. Darrel Mizelle Baltimore Impossible to know for sure, but there is no gray area here. The accused need more than vague denials, something like "Jason Grimsley is a liar." Burl Wolfe New Freedom, Pa. NEXT QUESTION Do the Ravens deserve to be favored for Monday night's game in Denver?
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October 4, 2006
Do you believe Jason Grimsley's claim that Miguel Tejada, Jay Gibbons and Brian Roberts used performance-enhancing drugs? What could Mr. Grimsley possibly have to gain by making it up? Nobody believed Jose Canseco, and he turned out to be one of the only people telling anything close to the truth. Darrel Mizelle Baltimore Impossible to know for sure, but there is no gray area here. The accused need more than vague denials, something like "Jason Grimsley is a liar." Burl Wolfe New Freedom, Pa. NEXT QUESTION Do the Ravens deserve to be favored for Monday night's game in Denver?
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By ROCH KUBATKO | June 20, 2006
Don't forget that the Marlins come to town tonight to begin a three-game series at Camden Yards. When you first looked at the schedule, you were probably thinking "sweep." Then the Marlins had to go and win eight in a row. Way to spoil things, fellas. Turns out, the Orioles won't have an easy time of it. Maybe Ed Rogers will have something up his sleeve. Tune in and see which Oriole gets ejected for arguing balls and strikes. Jason Grimsley has compiled a list, but all the names are blacked out. roch.
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June 29, 2005
Yesterday Triple-A International League Indianapolis at Ottawa Double-A Eastern League Bowie 7, Norwich 3: Simon Pond, Peter Bergeron and Mike Huggins had two hits apiece as the Baysox (38-39) beat the host Navigators (36-41). Eric DuBose pitched five innings, allowing seven hits and striking out five, but did not factor in the decision as Jason Grimsley (1-0), who is on a rehabilitation assignment for the Orioles, got the win with one inning of work. Sendy Rleal earned his seventh save.
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By ROCH KUBATKO | June 20, 2006
Don't forget that the Marlins come to town tonight to begin a three-game series at Camden Yards. When you first looked at the schedule, you were probably thinking "sweep." Then the Marlins had to go and win eight in a row. Way to spoil things, fellas. Turns out, the Orioles won't have an easy time of it. Maybe Ed Rogers will have something up his sleeve. Tune in and see which Oriole gets ejected for arguing balls and strikes. Jason Grimsley has compiled a list, but all the names are blacked out. roch.
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January 18, 1997
BaseballBraves: Named Bobby Dews third base coach.Brewers: Agreed to terms with OF Chuck Carr and OF Gerald Williams on one-year contracts.Dodgers: Reached agreement with RHP Pedro Astacio on one-year contract.Giants: Reached agreements with RHP Chad Frontera and INF Desi Wilson.Padres: Signed RHP Tim Worrell to one-year contract; signed OF Phil Plantier to minor-league contract. Released minor-league LHP Shane Dennis.Red Sox: Agreed to terms with C Bill Haselman on a one-year contract.Royals: Agreed to terms with LHP Derek Lilliquist on a minor-league contract.
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By Baltimoresun.com Staff | April 2, 2005
The Orioles today announced a series of roster moves that set their roster at the 25-player limit to begin the 2005 season. The Orioles optioned left-handed pitcher Eric DuBose and infielder/outfielder Ramon Nivar to Triple-A Ottawa. They also reassigned right-handed pitcher Jay Witasick and infielder Enrique Wilson to minor league camp. On Friday, the club placed three players on the disabled list. Pitcher Kurt Ainsworth (right shoulder surgery), pitcher Jason Grimsley (ligament replacement surgery)
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By Peter Schmuck and Ken Rosenthal and Peter Schmuck and Ken Rosenthal,Evening Sun Staff | December 9, 1991
MIAMI BEACH, Fla. -- The Orioles apparently are very close to signing relief stopper Gregg Olson to a two-year contract worth more than $3 million.Several club sources said yesterday that a tentative multi-year package had been worked out with agent Jeff Moorad, but Olson said last night that it had not been completed."
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January 27, 2000
Baseball Angels: Agreed to minor-league contract with P Eric Weaver (0-1, 10.61 ERA in 8 games with Mariners). Cardinals: Agreed to $550,000, one-year contract with P Matt Morris, who missed last season with elbow ligament injury. Indians: Agreed to one-year contracts with P J. D. Brammer, P Jamie Brown, OF-IF Jolbert Cabrera, OF Scott Morgan, OF Danny Peoples, OF Alex Ramirez, P David Riske, OF David Roberts and P Martin Vargas and minor-league contracts with P Alan Newman, P Curtis King and P Steve Falteisk.
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By JEFF BARKER and JEFF BARKER,SUN REPORTER | June 20, 2006
Stearns wants congressional hearing on hGH A Florida congressman said yesterday that he wants to hold a hearing to find out how prevalent the use of human growth hormone is in baseball and other sports, and what can be done - soon - to deter its use. Cliff Stearns, a north central Florida Republican who chairs a House Energy and Commerce subcommittee, suggested that his interest arose partly out of frustration. Just when baseball seemed to be clamping down on illegal steroids came the latest revelations indicating the sport has more work to do to ensure that some players aren't obtaining an unfair competitive advantage.
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By COMPILED FROM INTERVIEWS AND OTHER NEWSPAPERS' REPORTS | June 11, 2006
The Arizona Diamondbacks have it easy. Easier, anyway, than the 2005 Orioles. When former Oriole Rafael Palmeiro failed his drug test last year, he was still a member of the club. He came back from his suspension 10 days later while his teammates tried to avoid the spotlight as best they could. One prominent veteran walked past the media throng that day and hummed the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey theme song. Later, the club had to deal with questions about Palmeiro and his infamous earplug decision in Toronto during his first post-suspension road trip.
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By Mike Klingaman and Mike Klingaman,SUN STAFF | July 20, 2005
The scar creeps down Jason Grimsley's right arm, like a baseball's seams gone straight. Seven inches of stitches tell the tale of an elbow surgically raised from the dead. Grimsley waggled his money arm, albeit gingerly, as if worried the wing would fall off and he would wake from a dream that has left the Orioles' reliever to pitch pain-free for the first time in seven years. He knows he is an anomaly: Grimsley's may be the quickest comeback ever to the majors for a pitcher after elbow ligament reconstruction, commonly known as Tommy John surgery.
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June 29, 2005
Yesterday Triple-A International League Indianapolis at Ottawa Double-A Eastern League Bowie 7, Norwich 3: Simon Pond, Peter Bergeron and Mike Huggins had two hits apiece as the Baysox (38-39) beat the host Navigators (36-41). Eric DuBose pitched five innings, allowing seven hits and striking out five, but did not factor in the decision as Jason Grimsley (1-0), who is on a rehabilitation assignment for the Orioles, got the win with one inning of work. Sendy Rleal earned his seventh save.
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By Baltimoresun.com Staff | April 2, 2005
The Orioles today announced a series of roster moves that set their roster at the 25-player limit to begin the 2005 season. The Orioles optioned left-handed pitcher Eric DuBose and infielder/outfielder Ramon Nivar to Triple-A Ottawa. They also reassigned right-handed pitcher Jay Witasick and infielder Enrique Wilson to minor league camp. On Friday, the club placed three players on the disabled list. Pitcher Kurt Ainsworth (right shoulder surgery), pitcher Jason Grimsley (ligament replacement surgery)
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By Joe Christensen and Joe Christensen,SUN STAFF | August 24, 2004
Miguel Tejada said he had tears in his eyes yesterday when he arrived at Network Associates Coliseum, the ballpark he called home for his first seven major league seasons. What happened later to the Orioles was enough to make anyone weep. On the night Tejada finally got a chance to hear the Oakland Athletics' fans cheer his name again, the Orioles put themselves in position to break their latest losing streak. But the A's came back with three runs in the sixth inning, getting two big hits against Orioles reliever Jason Grimsley, to pull out a 4-3 victory.
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By Michael Reeb and Michael Reeb,Sun Staff Writer | July 28, 1994
Here we go again.As a result of last night's rainout at Camden Yards, the Orioles and Cleveland Indians tonight are forced to play their second doubleheader in three days at Oriole Park.Unlike Tuesday's day-night pairing, tonight's games are in the form of the traditional twi-night affair. Barring extra innings, the matchups should not take as long to complete as Tuesday's 10-hour marathon.But that may not bar the second game from becoming a marathon for the Indians' Jason Grimsley (2-1, 4.80)
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By Joe Christensen and Joe Christensen,SUN STAFF | August 24, 2004
Miguel Tejada said he had tears in his eyes yesterday when he arrived at Network Associates Coliseum, the ballpark he called home for his first seven major league seasons. What happened later to the Orioles was enough to make anyone weep. On the night Tejada finally got a chance to hear the Oakland Athletics' fans cheer his name again, the Orioles put themselves in position to break their latest losing streak. But the A's came back with three runs in the sixth inning, getting two big hits against Orioles reliever Jason Grimsley, to pull out a 4-3 victory.
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June 27, 2004
Preston's commentary on Ravens subversive I wish to express my deep disgust with Mike Preston and his so-called Ravens coverage in the June 17 sports section ["McAlister takes issue with double standard"]. I am a dedicated Ravens fan and ticket holder and view his article on cornerback Chris McAlister's contract situation as subversive to McAlister and the Ravens. I guess he called McAlister and got him to say the things that he allegedly said so he could pen one of the nastiest articles I have ever read.
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By Baltimoresun.com Staff | June 22, 2004
Question: What do you like about Jason Grimsley? Mazzilli: I had Jason with the Yankees for a couple years. He's a guy that gives you innings, and you can use him in a lot of roles. Right now, I'll probably use him late in the game. He's a veteran pitcher that's been through the playoffs and the World Series, so it's a good deal for us. We've been trying to do this for a while, and he's a guy that I looked at. Question: Jose [Leon] goes down [to Triple-A Ottawa]... Mazzilli: He handled that very well.
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