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By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | July 8, 2012
Jason Hammel capped his remarkable first-half -- one in which he emerged from nowhere to become the Orioles' most dependable starter and nearly make the American League All-Star team -- with his ninth quality start in 17 starts this season against the Los Angeles Angels on Saturday night. Unfortunately for Hammel and the Orioles, they were facing a pitcher who is having one of the best first halves in years. Angels right-hander Jered Weaver, who might be the AL starting pitcher in Tuesday's All-Star Game, threw eight shutout innings, holding the Orioles to just three hits and striking out five, lowering his season ERA to a major-league best 1.96 as Baltimore lost, 3-0, in front of an announced crowd of 41,147 at Angel Stadium of Anaheim.
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Baltimore Sun Staff | July 6, 2013
Los Angeles Angels pitcher Jered Weaver and his wife, Kristin, honored Weaver's late teammate and good friend Nick Adenhart by naming their newborn son Aden David Weaver, according to several reports.  Aden, born Friday, weighed 8 pounds and he was 21 inches long. Weaver and Adenhart came up through the Angels' minor-league system together.  Adenhart of Williamsport, a small town in Western Maryland, and two friends died April 9, 2009,  on their way to a nightclub when the car they were riding in was struck by a minivan driven through a red light in Fullerton, Calif.
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June 8, 2006
Jered Weaver Angels right-hander The rookie remained unbeaten in three major league starts. Diamondbacks Arizona was swept in a three-game series by Philadelphia.
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By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | July 9, 2012
Despite a struggling offense, holes within their starting rotation and losing 13 out of their past 19 games, the Orioles went into this week's all-star break still clinging to the second wild-card spot. If the season ended today, the Orioles would play the Angels in a one-game, winner-take-all wild-card playoff game. They'd have to face an Angels team that has thoroughly dominated them this season, taking seven of nine games in the now-completed season series. Now all of this would be great to hear from Orioles fans given expectations going into the season.
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May 1, 2008
ALL GAMES ON 105.7 FM TODAY Rays, 12:35 p.m., MASN Starters: Rays' Matt Garza (0-0, 7.62) vs. Orioles' Brian Burres (3-1, 2.49) FRIDAY @Angels, 10:05 p.m., MASN2 Starters: Orioles' Jeremy Guthrie (0-3, 4.34) vs. Angels' Jered Weaver (2-3, 4.21) SATURDAY @Angels, 3:45 p.m., chs. 5, 45 Starters: Orioles' Daniel Cabrera (2-0, 4.14) vs. Angels' Jon Garland (3-3, 5.94) SUNDAY @Angels, 3:35 p.m., MASN2 Starters: Orioles' Steve Trachsel (1-3, 6.08) vs. Angels' Joe Saunders (5-0, 2.08) MONDAY @Athletics, 10:05 p.m., MASN Starters: Orioles' TBA vs. Athletics' Dana Eveland (3-2, 3.67)
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By JEFF ZREBIEC and JEFF ZREBIEC,SUN REPORTER | May 27, 2006
ANAHEIM, Calif. -- Orioles right fielder Jay Gibbons lay on the ground deep in the right-field corner, as fireworks shot out from beyond the center-field wall at Angels Stadium. Vladimir Guerrero's inside-the-park home run had just given the Los Angeles Angels a two-run eighth-inning lead, but the scene in right field made the score almost an afterthought. After a clearly hobbled Gibbons overthrew the cutoff man, he dropped to the ground. O's@Angels Tonight, 10:05, Ch. 54, 1090 AM Starters: Orioles' Erik Bedard (5-3, 5.08)
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By Jeff Zrebiec and Jeff Zrebiec,SUN REPORTER | September 4, 2006
OAKLAND, CALIF. -- The pep talk lasted several moments. Orioles manager Sam Perlozzo stood chest-to-chest with his stunned young pitcher and tapped the baseball on his jersey for emphasis. Hayden Penn had waited more than three months to join the Orioles' rotation. Now, he'll have to wait at least an additional week to try to rebound from the most humbling day of his young big league career. Orioles@Angels Tonight, 10:05, Ch. 54, 1090 AM Starters: Orioles' Rodrigo Lopez (9-14, 6.17) vs. Angels' Jered Weaver (9-2, 2.33)
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By Phil Rogers | June 19, 2011
Edwin Rodriguez is taking heat in Florida, but if the Marlins fire their manager, they will lose shortstop Hanley Ramirez in the process. Ramirez is a huge backer of Rodriguez's and believes responsibility for their sudden slide belongs with the players, not management. "When we do good, people look at us," Ramirez said. "It's like Ozzie ( Guillen ) says, 'Yeah, when the team is winning, you have to give credit to the players, and when they're losing, they want to fire me.' No, that's not how it (should be)
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By DAN CONNOLLY | May 2, 2008
A recap of the Orioles' 4-2 loss to the Rays yesterday: Burres: quality start, loss It wasn't as good as his previous two, but Orioles left-hander Brian Burres (above) delivered his third straight quality start yesterday. He pitched six-plus innings, allowing six hits and four runs -- but only three were earned. He also struck out six, a season high, but his record dropped to 3-2. Heading into the outing, Burres had a 13 2/3 scoreless inning streak. It was broken in the first inning on Carlos Pena's groundout.
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By Phil Rogers | April 24, 2011
Aaron Harang's 4-0 start with the Padres follows work with pitching coach Darren Balsley in spring training, helping him regain the delivery he had when he was rolling for the Reds. The confidence is coming. … While Jered Weaver and Dan Haren have the Angels off to a terrific start, Scott Kazmir has been home in Texas, working with a pitching instructor he has known since high school. The work of 21-year-old Tyler Chatwood and Matt Palmer make it questionable whether the Angels will put Kazmir back in the rotation when they activate him after a seemingly minor back injury.
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By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | July 8, 2012
Jason Hammel capped his remarkable first-half -- one in which he emerged from nowhere to become the Orioles' most dependable starter and nearly make the American League All-Star team -- with his ninth quality start in 17 starts this season against the Los Angeles Angels on Saturday night. Unfortunately for Hammel and the Orioles, they were facing a pitcher who is having one of the best first halves in years. Angels right-hander Jered Weaver, who might be the AL starting pitcher in Tuesday's All-Star Game, threw eight shutout innings, holding the Orioles to just three hits and striking out five, lowering his season ERA to a major-league best 1.96 as Baltimore lost, 3-0, in front of an announced crowd of 41,147 at Angel Stadium of Anaheim.
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By Dan Connolly | June 27, 2012
Given how he has pitched this season, given how he seemingly came out of nowhere to become the Orioles' ace, Jason Hammel is allowed a clunker every now and then. Unfortunately for Hammel's personal resume, his rockiest outing of the season came at the worst possible time for a pitcher who was full steam ahead toward the All-Star game. In the Orioles' 13-1 pummeling by the Los Angeles Angels on Wednesday night, Hammel couldn't escape a six-run fourth in which the Angels strung together seven hits - including six singles - and sent 11 men to the plate.
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April 23, 2012
White Sox and Angels Bill Shaikin Los Angeles Times The White Sox might be the biggest surprise, since management appears to vacillate between keeping an old team together and rebuilding. The Sox won the World Series in 2005, but they have won one playoff game since then and attendance has fallen from 3 million to 2 million. But pitching wins, and the White Sox are the only AL team in the top three in earned-run average for starters and relievers. The Angels would be the biggest disappointment.
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By Peter Schmuck, The Baltimore Sun | September 18, 2011
The mystery that is Alfredo Simon is not really a mystery at all. He showed again Sunday afternoon that what you see is what you get — if what you see is an on-again, off-again pitcher who was off again in a lopsided 11-2 loss to the Los Angeles Angels at Camden Yards. Remember how manager Buck Showalter shrugged off Simon's impressive performance Tuesday night? Remember how he talked about "trust" and made it clear that Simon had not earned enough of it to be assured of a place in the starting rotation next spring?
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By Phil Rogers | June 19, 2011
Edwin Rodriguez is taking heat in Florida, but if the Marlins fire their manager, they will lose shortstop Hanley Ramirez in the process. Ramirez is a huge backer of Rodriguez's and believes responsibility for their sudden slide belongs with the players, not management. "When we do good, people look at us," Ramirez said. "It's like Ozzie ( Guillen ) says, 'Yeah, when the team is winning, you have to give credit to the players, and when they're losing, they want to fire me.' No, that's not how it (should be)
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By Phil Rogers | April 24, 2011
Aaron Harang's 4-0 start with the Padres follows work with pitching coach Darren Balsley in spring training, helping him regain the delivery he had when he was rolling for the Reds. The confidence is coming. … While Jered Weaver and Dan Haren have the Angels off to a terrific start, Scott Kazmir has been home in Texas, working with a pitching instructor he has known since high school. The work of 21-year-old Tyler Chatwood and Matt Palmer make it questionable whether the Angels will put Kazmir back in the rotation when they activate him after a seemingly minor back injury.
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By Phil Rogers, Tribune Newspapers | January 30, 2011
Gordon Beckham could have a huge season hitting second in the White Sox lineup, behind Juan Pierre and in front of Adam Dunn, Paul Konerko, Alex Rios and Carlos Quentin. He really seemed to grow in the second half of 2010. … Because they are highly competitive division rivals, it's hard to imagine the Angels sending Mike Napoli to the Rangers directly (he went from the Angels to the Blue Jays to the Rangers), just as it was unlikely the Cubs would have wanted Mark DeRosa to wind up with the Cardinals less than a year after they traded him to the Indians.
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By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | July 9, 2012
Despite a struggling offense, holes within their starting rotation and losing 13 out of their past 19 games, the Orioles went into this week's all-star break still clinging to the second wild-card spot. If the season ended today, the Orioles would play the Angels in a one-game, winner-take-all wild-card playoff game. They'd have to face an Angels team that has thoroughly dominated them this season, taking seven of nine games in the now-completed season series. Now all of this would be great to hear from Orioles fans given expectations going into the season.
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By Phil Rogers, Tribune Newspapers | January 30, 2011
Gordon Beckham could have a huge season hitting second in the White Sox lineup, behind Juan Pierre and in front of Adam Dunn, Paul Konerko, Alex Rios and Carlos Quentin. He really seemed to grow in the second half of 2010. … Because they are highly competitive division rivals, it's hard to imagine the Angels sending Mike Napoli to the Rangers directly (he went from the Angels to the Blue Jays to the Rangers), just as it was unlikely the Cubs would have wanted Mark DeRosa to wind up with the Cardinals less than a year after they traded him to the Indians.
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By Dan Connolly and Dan Connolly,dan.connolly@baltsun.com | August 15, 2009
Seldom-used Orioles left fielder Felix Pie on Friday night became the fourth player in franchise history to hit for the cycle and the first to apologize afterward. In the Orioles' 16-6 thumping of the Los Angeles Angels - a game in which Orioles heralded rookie right-hander Chris Tillman earned his first career victory - Pie accomplished what only Aubrey Huff, Cal Ripken Jr. and Brooks Robinson before him had done in an Orioles uniform. Batting eighth, Pie doubled in the first, homered in the third and singled to lead off the seventh before coming to bat again in the Orioles' seven-run inning.
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