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By BILL ORDINE | May 13, 2008
Baseball Red Sox@Orioles 7 p.m. [MASN] The Orioles get their first look at the defending World Series champions in classic style. The Orioles have Jeremy Guthrie against postseason pitching hero Josh Beckett (above). The two-game home series that begins tonight is an opportunity for the rebuilding Orioles, hanging tough at .500, to make up a little ground on the American League East-leading Red Sox.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN REPORTER | May 1, 2008
In his three seasons as the starting goalkeeper for the UMBC men's lacrosse team, Jeremy Blevins has stared down the likes of Johns Hopkins, Maryland and Princeton. His toughest adversaries, however, just might be his housemates. Blevins shares an off-campus house with five other juniors in defensemen Bobby Atwell, Brian Schneider and Steve Settembrino and midfielders Mike Burch and Alex Hopmann. Blevins and Hopmann are considered the "neat freaks" who find themselves in seemingly daily battles to keep the house clean.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and Jeff Zrebiec,Sun reporter | April 24, 2008
SEATTLE -- In organizational meetings during spring training, Orioles officials pondered slotting right-hander Steve Trachsel, and not Jeremy Guthrie, into the No. 1 spot in the rotation. Their logic was that as a veteran, Trachsel, who had 141 wins entering the season, was better prepared to deal with the rigors of occupying that role. He wouldn't be overwhelmed by the high expectations or the challenge of facing the other team's top starter. It's not that Orioles officials felt Guthrie would be, but the right-hander did have just one full major league season of experience and 27 career starts.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and Jeff Zrebiec,Sun reporter | March 31, 2008
Jeremy Guthrie was driving solo from his Utah home to Las Vegas to see a Justin Timberlake concert when he got the phone call that changed the course of his baseball career. The caller that day in January 2007 was Cleveland Indians general manager Mark Shapiro, who informed Guthrie he had just been designated for assignment, all but guaranteeing the pitcher's departure from an organization that thought he would become an ace but grew tired of waiting. "Honestly, my first reaction was excitement," Guthrie said.
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January 31, 2008
On January 28, 2008, LEATHA E. GOSNELL (nee Kimmel), beloved wife of Samuel A. Gosnell, loving mother of Austin Gosnell and Donna Allen, devoted grandmother of Carla Hoey, Charles Tull, Daniel Tull, Austin Bayne, Aaron Bayne, Jeremy Gosnell. Also survived by great-grandchildren. Friends are invited to call at the Burgee-Henss-Seitz Funeral Home Inc., 3631 Falls Road, on Thursday, from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 and Friday, from 3-5 and 7-8pm, at which time a Funeral Service will be held. Interment in Garrison Forest Maryland Veterans Cemetery, Monday at 1:45pm.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,SUN REPORTER | January 19, 2008
After a near-eight-month vacation, Ah Day, Maryland's 2006 Horse of the Year, is entered at Laurel Park today, looking to add depth to his resume. The 5-year-old will try to become the first repeat winner in the 14-year history of the $80,000 Fire Plug Stakes. "I think he'll come back running good," said King Leatherbury, who bred, owns and trains the horse. "Last year I gave him a little shorter break, and he came back and ran one of the best races of his life in this race." A year ago, with Mario Pino riding, Ah Day beat Crafty Schemer in the six-furlong test.
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By HEATHER A. DINICH | September 20, 2007
On the weekly Atlantic Coast Conference teleconference, Ralph Friedgen touched on a variety of topics in his allotted 10 minutes, from Wake Forest's defense to playing a true freshman at punter. He praised Erin Henderson's improvement from last year to this season but didn't answer one reporter's question about whether Henderson has practiced this week and is ready to go. (Henderson was at practice yesterday in a black, noncontact jersey, but Friedgen said he expects everyone to play this weekend.
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August 19, 2007
Strengths -- He throws his fastball at 95, 96 [mph]. His splitter is his put-away pitch. That's what he goes to. He's very aggressive. He comes right at you. Weaknesses -- He is a guy, you can sit on his fastball, but you've got to get past his splitter. He can be a deep-count pitcher. He doesn't always get ahead, and he can get that fastball up in the zone with no movement. Overall -- Everything for him is predicated on his command. If he throws strikes and pitches ahead, he is tough.
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By BILL ORDINE | August 16, 2007
Admittedly, the prank that someone in the New York Giants' Albany training camp pulled is garden-variety preseason stuff, but that the victim was tight end Jeremy Shockey just makes it seem funnier. The excitable and often impolitic Shockey was not pleased to find out after he slipped his hand into a receiving glove that someone had slipped in dye similar to the stuff banks put in special bags of money that covers the crooks. Shockey, who now sports a purple hand, reportedly had a terse message for the unidentified culprit.
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By ROCH KUBATKO | August 8, 2007
Unsweetened relief Orioles manager Dave Trembley used four relievers in the seventh inning, with Jamie Walker being the least effective. Walker faced three batters and didn't retire any. Raul Ibanez hit a two-run homer off him that gave Seattle a 4-3 lead. Richie Sexson and Kenji Johjima singled before Trembley brought in Chad Bradford, who allowed a run-scoring single to Jose Lopez. Ibanez gets hot Ibanez hadn't homered in 31 games and 116 at-bats before connecting against starter Steve Trachsel leading off the second.
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