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By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | November 5, 2012
Orioles pitching coordinator Rick Peterson is reportedly new Red Sox manager John Farrell's choice to be Boston's next pitching coach, according to a report from Gordon Edes of ESPN Boston. Peterson, one of four candidates who has interviewed for the job, met with the Boston brass Saturday. Farrell is reportedly "all in" on Peterson, Edes writes, citing an industry source. An announcement is expected Tuesday. Peterson was brought in by executive vice president Dan Duquette to become Orioles pitching coordinator.
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By Dan Connolly and The Baltimore Sun | September 8, 2014
First baseman Steve Pearce had two hits and an RBI in the Orioles' 4-0 win Monday night against the Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park. His biggest contribution, though, may have been in the sixth inning, when he ran hard to second base and slid toward Red Sox shortstop Xander Bogaerts. He not only broke up a potential inning-ending double play, but Bogaerts threw the ball away, basically allowing two runs to score. “It was a big part of the game,” Pearce said. “That gave us two more insurance runs, so to me, I think that was a big turning point.” Replays showed that Pearce was close enough to the base that he wasn't going to be called for targeting Bogaerts.
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May 28, 1993
Ed Lipski of Dulaney turned in an individual low 79, but the Maryland Scholastic Association All-Stars came away with a 503-513 victory in the inaugural MSA/Baltimore County Senior All-Star Golf Match yesterday at Hillendale Country Club.The 18-hole stroke play tournament featured the top six seniors from the MSA against the six highest finishers at Baltimore County's individual tournament.Matt Tengwall of St. Mary's led the MSA with an 80.He was followed by John Farrell (Cardinal Gibbons)
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By Dan Connolly and The Baltimore Sun | March 31, 2013
SARASOTA, Fla. - For most of the past two decades, the American League East has been considered the toughest division in baseball, primarily because it contained the sport's two financial behemoths, the New York Yankees and the Boston Red Sox. Each year since the wild-card spot was created in 1995, one of those two has made the playoffs. Eight times in those 17 years they've done it together. Ever so slightly, though, things have been shifting in the AL East. In 2008, the low-budget Tampa Bay Rays emerged from a franchise-spanning slumber to win the division while the Yankees failed to make the playoffs for the first time since the strike-shortened 1994 season.
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By Dan Connolly and The Baltimore Sun | November 7, 2012
The Orioles may be able to keep Rick Peterson after all. The Boston Red Sox have chosen Juan Nieves, who had been the White Sox's bullpen coach, to be their new pitching coach. Peterson, the Orioles' organization's director of pitching development, interviewed Saturday for the Boston position and had been reported to be the favorite. Peterson and new Red Sox manager John Farrell have had a relationship for more than two decades. The Orioles would like to retain Peterson, who was named the Cal Ripken Sr. Development Award winner this year for his work with minor league and rehabbing pitchers.
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October 7, 2012
Farrell is right guy Paul Doyle Hartford Courant After waving goodbye to Terry Francona a year ago, the Red Sox reportedly made a bid for Blue Jays manager John Farrell. The Jays asked for starting pitcher Clay Buchholz as compensation, and the talks came to a halt. Enter Bobby Valentine, who presided over one of the worst seasons in franchise history. With Valentine ousted, all signs point again to Farrell. Smart move. Farrell is the perfect choice to satisfy all factions in the dysfunctional Red Sox organization, providing Boston and Toronto can work out reasonable compensation.
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By Jim Henneman and Jim Henneman,Evening Sun Staff | September 27, 1990
Every time the Orioles turn a corner it seems they discover another negative streak.The most recent is one they'll have to break this weekend if they harbor any notion of overtaking the Cleveland Indians for fourth place in the AL East. With a two-game cushion over the Orioles, the Indians most likely would secure their position by splitting the four-game series, and recent history indicates that should be no problem.The Orioles need three wins to draw even with the Indians and four to move ahead of them.
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By Dan Connolly and The Baltimore Sun | September 8, 2014
First baseman Steve Pearce had two hits and an RBI in the Orioles' 4-0 win Monday night against the Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park. His biggest contribution, though, may have been in the sixth inning, when he ran hard to second base and slid toward Red Sox shortstop Xander Bogaerts. He not only broke up a potential inning-ending double play, but Bogaerts threw the ball away, basically allowing two runs to score. “It was a big part of the game,” Pearce said. “That gave us two more insurance runs, so to me, I think that was a big turning point.” Replays showed that Pearce was close enough to the base that he wasn't going to be called for targeting Bogaerts.
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By PETER SCHMUCK | January 12, 1992
The New York Yankees are rebuilding furiously. That much should be obvious after a week of intense front-office activity that has turned the roster upside down. But are they rebuilding wisely? That's the $30 million question.General manager Gene Michael suddenly got his hands on a checkbook and signed outfielder Danny Tartabull to a five-year, $25.5 million contract, a move that signaled to all that the club was serious about trying to compete in the American League East this year.Then he signed free-agent infielder Mike Gallego to a three-year, $5.1 million contract and traded leadoff hitter Steve Sax to the Chicago White Sox for Melido Perez and a couple of prospects.
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By Dan Connolly and The Baltimore Sun | March 31, 2013
SARASOTA, Fla. - For most of the past two decades, the American League East has been considered the toughest division in baseball, primarily because it contained the sport's two financial behemoths, the New York Yankees and the Boston Red Sox. Each year since the wild-card spot was created in 1995, one of those two has made the playoffs. Eight times in those 17 years they've done it together. Ever so slightly, though, things have been shifting in the AL East. In 2008, the low-budget Tampa Bay Rays emerged from a franchise-spanning slumber to win the division while the Yankees failed to make the playoffs for the first time since the strike-shortened 1994 season.
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By Dan Connolly and The Baltimore Sun | November 7, 2012
The Orioles may be able to keep Rick Peterson after all. The Boston Red Sox have chosen Juan Nieves, who had been the White Sox's bullpen coach, to be their new pitching coach. Peterson, the Orioles' organization's director of pitching development, interviewed Saturday for the Boston position and had been reported to be the favorite. Peterson and new Red Sox manager John Farrell have had a relationship for more than two decades. The Orioles would like to retain Peterson, who was named the Cal Ripken Sr. Development Award winner this year for his work with minor league and rehabbing pitchers.
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By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | November 5, 2012
Orioles pitching coordinator Rick Peterson is reportedly new Red Sox manager John Farrell's choice to be Boston's next pitching coach, according to a report from Gordon Edes of ESPN Boston. Peterson, one of four candidates who has interviewed for the job, met with the Boston brass Saturday. Farrell is reportedly "all in" on Peterson, Edes writes, citing an industry source. An announcement is expected Tuesday. Peterson was brought in by executive vice president Dan Duquette to become Orioles pitching coordinator.
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October 7, 2012
Farrell is right guy Paul Doyle Hartford Courant After waving goodbye to Terry Francona a year ago, the Red Sox reportedly made a bid for Blue Jays manager John Farrell. The Jays asked for starting pitcher Clay Buchholz as compensation, and the talks came to a halt. Enter Bobby Valentine, who presided over one of the worst seasons in franchise history. With Valentine ousted, all signs point again to Farrell. Smart move. Farrell is the perfect choice to satisfy all factions in the dysfunctional Red Sox organization, providing Boston and Toronto can work out reasonable compensation.
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September 13, 2003
John R. Farrell Jr., who had worked for a Westminster moving company and was an avid sports fan, died of a brain tumor Wednesday at his Reisterstown home. He was 30. Mr. Farrell was born in Coatesville, Pa., and raised in Brookfield, Conn., Syracuse, and Schenectady, N.Y. A resident of Reisterstown since 1991, Mr. Farrell was home-schooled. He was employed as a mover with Precision Moves in Westminster and later worked in the company's advertising department. He stopped working last year because of failing health.
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May 28, 2003
On May 25, 2003, REV. JOHN E. FARRELL C. SS.R. (Director of the Catholic Healing Ministry of Baltimore) beloved son of the late Harry and Ethel Farrell. Also survived by relatives and many friends. Christian Wake Services at Sacred Heart of Jesus Church (Foster Avenue) on Wednesday at 7:30 P.M. Mass of Christian Burial at Sacred Heart of Jesus Church on Thursday at 11 A.M. Friends may call at Sacred Heart of Jesus Church on Wednesday 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. Interment Sacred Heart of Jesus Cemetery.
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May 28, 1993
Ed Lipski of Dulaney turned in an individual low 79, but the Maryland Scholastic Association All-Stars came away with a 503-513 victory in the inaugural MSA/Baltimore County Senior All-Star Golf Match yesterday at Hillendale Country Club.The 18-hole stroke play tournament featured the top six seniors from the MSA against the six highest finishers at Baltimore County's individual tournament.Matt Tengwall of St. Mary's led the MSA with an 80.He was followed by John Farrell (Cardinal Gibbons)
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May 28, 2003
On May 25, 2003, REV. JOHN E. FARRELL C. SS.R. (Director of the Catholic Healing Ministry of Baltimore) beloved son of the late Harry and Ethel Farrell. Also survived by relatives and many friends. Christian Wake Services at Sacred Heart of Jesus Church (Foster Avenue) on Wednesday at 7:30 P.M. Mass of Christian Burial at Sacred Heart of Jesus Church on Thursday at 11 A.M. Friends may call at Sacred Heart of Jesus Church on Wednesday 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. Interment Sacred Heart of Jesus Cemetery.
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September 13, 2003
John R. Farrell Jr., who had worked for a Westminster moving company and was an avid sports fan, died of a brain tumor Wednesday at his Reisterstown home. He was 30. Mr. Farrell was born in Coatesville, Pa., and raised in Brookfield, Conn., Syracuse, and Schenectady, N.Y. A resident of Reisterstown since 1991, Mr. Farrell was home-schooled. He was employed as a mover with Precision Moves in Westminster and later worked in the company's advertising department. He stopped working last year because of failing health.
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By PETER SCHMUCK | January 12, 1992
The New York Yankees are rebuilding furiously. That much should be obvious after a week of intense front-office activity that has turned the roster upside down. But are they rebuilding wisely? That's the $30 million question.General manager Gene Michael suddenly got his hands on a checkbook and signed outfielder Danny Tartabull to a five-year, $25.5 million contract, a move that signaled to all that the club was serious about trying to compete in the American League East this year.Then he signed free-agent infielder Mike Gallego to a three-year, $5.1 million contract and traded leadoff hitter Steve Sax to the Chicago White Sox for Melido Perez and a couple of prospects.
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By Jim Henneman and Jim Henneman,Evening Sun Staff | September 27, 1990
Every time the Orioles turn a corner it seems they discover another negative streak.The most recent is one they'll have to break this weekend if they harbor any notion of overtaking the Cleveland Indians for fourth place in the AL East. With a two-game cushion over the Orioles, the Indians most likely would secure their position by splitting the four-game series, and recent history indicates that should be no problem.The Orioles need three wins to draw even with the Indians and four to move ahead of them.
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