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By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | January 29, 2012
The Orioles are reportedly involved in trade talks with the St. Louis involving Cardinals right-handed pitcher Kyle McClellan. According to a report from Joe Strauss of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch , the Cardinals are shopping McClellan in order to alleviate payroll costs so that St. Louis can sign free-agent veteran right-hander Roy Oswalt. McClellan will make $2.5 million this season in his second season of arbitration eligibility. Strauss reports that the Cardinals have reached out to several teams, but the Orioles “have emerged as one of the more promising trade partners for McClellan.” McClellan worked as a reliever for his first three years with the Cardinals, but began the 2011 season in the starting rotation, mainly because of an injury to Adam Wainwright.
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By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | January 29, 2012
The Orioles are reportedly involved in trade talks with the St. Louis involving Cardinals right-handed pitcher Kyle McClellan. According to a report from Joe Strauss of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch , the Cardinals are shopping McClellan in order to alleviate payroll costs so that St. Louis can sign free-agent veteran right-hander Roy Oswalt. McClellan will make $2.5 million this season in his second season of arbitration eligibility. Strauss reports that the Cardinals have reached out to several teams, but the Orioles “have emerged as one of the more promising trade partners for McClellan.” McClellan worked as a reliever for his first three years with the Cardinals, but began the 2011 season in the starting rotation, mainly because of an injury to Adam Wainwright.
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By John Eisenberg | May 24, 1998
So, you think it's all Ray Miller's fault that the Orioles are wallowing instead of winning?You think things would be fine if Davey Johnson were still the manager?Prove it. Show me the evidence.Well?That's right, you can't. Because Johnson isn't still managing. He's playing golf in Florida and traveling to Japan and waiting for the phone to ring and probably giggling a little when he checks the standings. Which means we'll never know what would have happened if he hadn't "resigned" after last season.
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By JOE STRAUSS | September 9, 2001
Rick Bauer -- UP -- Laid-back right-hander battled against the Seattle Mariners last Sunday. He impressed with his poise and command and received the ultimate welcoming gift from his new team, a 1-0 loss. Already he's being treated like a veteran. 100 -- DOWN -- losses It's starting to look more like 1988 than 1991. As for those who suggested this year could be a rerun of the '89 "Why Not?" Orioles - well, that question's been answered. Jason Johnson -- DOWN -- He still owns one of the AL's top ERAs, but J.J. has lately resembled a fatigued and frustrated pitcher.
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By JOE STRAUSS | April 5, 1999
PitchersRicky Bones: Once projected as a spot starter, will remain in middle/long relief.Scott Erickson: Winless with an 8.38 ERA in five spring starts, could his preferred pairing with Lenny Webster return?Mike Fetters: Managed to dispel health concerns. Saved Cuba exhibition.Juan Guzman: Second in AL in exhibition ERA. Best pitcher in camp.Doug Johns: Third left-handed reliever barely hung on to 11th spot.*Scott Kamieniecki: "Strained" hamstring continues to resist treatment. Will likely miss April.
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By JOE STRAUSS | April 5, 1998
Ups and downsJeffrey Hammonds -- UP -- Thursday's two-out, two-run game-winner was the perfect statement about his status as an extra outfielder as well as his team's resilience.The Big Three -- UP -- Mike Mussina, Scott Erickson and Jimmy Key combined to allow five earned runs in 22 innings. Erickson had the majors' first complete game. Key's Camden allergies did not flare Thursday.FTC John Davidson -- DOWN -- His Opening Day rendition of the national anthem was the equivalent of a vocal flag-burning.
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By JOE STRAUSS | September 9, 2001
Rick Bauer -- UP -- Laid-back right-hander battled against the Seattle Mariners last Sunday. He impressed with his poise and command and received the ultimate welcoming gift from his new team, a 1-0 loss. Already he's being treated like a veteran. 100 -- DOWN -- losses It's starting to look more like 1988 than 1991. As for those who suggested this year could be a rerun of the '89 "Why Not?" Orioles - well, that question's been answered. Jason Johnson -- DOWN -- He still owns one of the AL's top ERAs, but J.J. has lately resembled a fatigued and frustrated pitcher.
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April 3, 2000
Rich Amaral: Showed he still has legs at 38. Brady Anderson: Swing hasn't suffered from damaged leg nerve, but has his range? Harold Baines: He may be 41, but he's never cause for concern. Can he beat Albert Belle to 400 home runs? Albert Belle: This offense can't function without him. Mike Bordick: Spring was a success: He escaped the Fort Lauderdale Stadium infield alive. Will Clark: The Sheriff found his rhythm the last week of camp. He was in voice the first day. Jeff Conine: Third base experiment never got off the ground.
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By John Eisenberg | May 24, 1998
So, you think it's all Ray Miller's fault that the Orioles are wallowing instead of winning?You think things would be fine if Davey Johnson were still the manager?Prove it. Show me the evidence.Well?That's right, you can't. Because Johnson isn't still managing. He's playing golf in Florida and traveling to Japan and waiting for the phone to ring and probably giggling a little when he checks the standings. Which means we'll never know what would have happened if he hadn't "resigned" after last season.
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By JOE STRAUSS | April 5, 1998
Ups and downsJeffrey Hammonds -- UP -- Thursday's two-out, two-run game-winner was the perfect statement about his status as an extra outfielder as well as his team's resilience.The Big Three -- UP -- Mike Mussina, Scott Erickson and Jimmy Key combined to allow five earned runs in 22 innings. Erickson had the majors' first complete game. Key's Camden allergies did not flare Thursday.FTC John Davidson -- DOWN -- His Opening Day rendition of the national anthem was the equivalent of a vocal flag-burning.
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