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By Cassandra A. Fortin and Cassandra A. Fortin,special to the sun | January 13, 2008
The musical chiming of about 200 clocks -- cuckoos, mantels, grandfathers -- in a Havre de Grace shop carried down the stairs into the basement under the showroom. Dusty wooden shelves filled with antique and vintage timepieces lined the sides of a dimly lit aisle leading to a workbench where John Stephens Jr. used a lathe to chisel a small metal clock part. "What appeals to me most about clocks are the littlest parts and pieces," said Stephens, the owner of Stephens & Stephens Clocks Ltd. on St. John Street in the city's historic district.
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By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | December 23, 2013
The Orioles claimed right-handed pitcher Liam Hendriks off waivers from the Chicago Cubs, the team announced Monday. The addition of the 24-year-old Hendriks, however, doesn't alter the Orioles' offseason search for a starting pitcher to help solidify the club's rotation, executive vice president Dan Duquette said. Hendriks was 2-13 with a 6.06 ERA in 30 major league games (28 starts) over the past three seasons for the Minnesota Twins before being claimed off waivers by the Cubs on Dec. 13. Last season, Hendriks was 1-3 with a 6.85 ERA in 10 games (eight starts)
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August 17, 2002
Opponent:Detroit Tigers Site:Camden Yards Time:7:05 TV/Radio:Comcast SportsNet/WBAL (1090 AM) Starters: Tigers' Mark Redman (7-10, 3.37) vs. Orioles' John Stephens (0-2, 8.44) More baseball:Players set Aug. 30 as strike date.[Page 1a]
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By Dan Connolly, The Baltimore Sun | October 5, 2010
Optimistic Orioles fans, a once-dying breed who have resurged since Buck Showalter took over as manager Aug. 2, believe this group of pitchers is different. They look at the performance and pedigrees of Jeremy Guthrie, Brian Matusz, Jake Arrieta, Brad Bergesen, Chris Tillman and minor leaguer Zach Britton and believe that the hope finally overrides the hype, that the talent isn't just on paper or on scouts' lips this time. The proof, the optimists will suggest, is in the final two months of the 2010 season, when the Orioles' starting rotation made 36 quality starts in 57 tries under Showalter, posting a 25-17 record and an impressive 3.16 ERA. The entire Orioles pitching staff combined to go 34-23 with a 3.54 ERA after having an American League-worst 5.18 ERA in the 105 contests before Showalter's hiring.
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September 1, 2002
The numbers .212 Team batting average during eight-game losing streak. 6.85 Team ERA during eight-game losing streak. 6 Home runs in past 16 games for Tony Batista. 7 Home runs allowed by John Stephens in six starts. 2,178,905 Season attendance at Camden Yards.
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August 16, 2002
At Oriole Park at Camden Yards Day Time TV Starters Tonight 7:05 CSN Steve Sparks (7-11, 5.08) vs. Rodrigo Lopez (13-4, 3.07) Tomorrow 7:05 54, 50 Mark Redman (7-10, 3.37) vs. John Stephens (0-2, 8.44) Sunday 1:35 54, 50 Brian Powell (1-2, 4.39)vs. Scott Erickson (5-11, 4.98) Radio: All games on WBAL (1090 AM)
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By CHILDS WALKER | May 29, 2006
Up Val Majewski -- The outfielder for Triple-A Ottawa recently returned from a rib injury that sidelined him more than a month, and he has raised his batting average 42 points. Cory Keylor -- The veteran outfielder leads Double-A Bowie with a .389 on-base percentage and 22 runs. Arturo Rivas -- In his third stint at Single-A Delmarva, the outfielder leads his team with a .444 slugging percentage and 27 RBIs. Down John Stephens -- The former Orioles starter is 2-3 with a 4.86 ERA for Ottawa.
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By SPORTSTICKER | September 7, 2003
PAWTUCKET, R.I. - John Stephens pitched 6 1/3 scoreless innings to lead the Ottawa Lynx over the Pawtucket Red Sox, 2-0, and tie the best-of-five Triple-A International League semifinal series at two games apiece. Stephens (1-0), who walked one, yielded six hits and struck out three to pick up the win for the Orioles' affiliate. Darwin Cubillan pitched a perfect ninth to save the shutout. Raul Casanova hit a two-run homer to left field in the first inning to provide the only runs. Joey Hammond had two hits, and Napoleon Calzado and Luis Lopez both doubled for Ottawa, which has won back-to-back games to push the series to a fifth and deciding game today in Pawtucket.
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By Joe Christensen | March 10, 2004
Mark Quinn hit a two-run homer off John Stephens in the 10th inning, giving the Orioles their fourth loss in six Grapefruit League games. After getting four strong innings from projected Opening Night starter Sidney Ponson, the Orioles grabbed a 2-1 lead in the fifth inning on Jack Cust's bases-empty home run to center field. The Cardinals tied the score in the seventh against Orioles reliever Mike DeJean. Kerry Robinson hit a one-out double and scored from second base with two outs on a ball hit to shortstop Miguel Tejada.
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By Cassandra A. Fortin and Cassandra A. Fortin,special to the sun | January 13, 2008
The musical chiming of about 200 clocks -- cuckoos, mantels, grandfathers -- in a Havre de Grace shop carried down the stairs into the basement under the showroom. Dusty wooden shelves filled with antique and vintage timepieces lined the sides of a dimly lit aisle leading to a workbench where John Stephens Jr. used a lathe to chisel a small metal clock part. "What appeals to me most about clocks are the littlest parts and pieces," said Stephens, the owner of Stephens & Stephens Clocks Ltd. on St. John Street in the city's historic district.
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By Cassandra A. Fortin and Cassandra A. Fortin,special to the sun | January 13, 2008
The musical chiming of about 200 clocks - cuckoos, mantels, grandfathers - in a Havre de Grace shop carried down the stairs into the basement under the showroom. Dusty wooden shelves filled with antique and vintage timepieces lined the sides of a dimly lit aisle leading to a workbench where John Stephens Jr. used a lathe to chisel a small metal clock part. "What appeals to me most about clocks are the littlest parts and pieces," said Stephens, the owner of Stephens & Stephens Clocks Ltd. on St. John Street in the city's historic district.
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By CHILDS WALKER | May 29, 2006
Up Val Majewski -- The outfielder for Triple-A Ottawa recently returned from a rib injury that sidelined him more than a month, and he has raised his batting average 42 points. Cory Keylor -- The veteran outfielder leads Double-A Bowie with a .389 on-base percentage and 22 runs. Arturo Rivas -- In his third stint at Single-A Delmarva, the outfielder leads his team with a .444 slugging percentage and 27 RBIs. Down John Stephens -- The former Orioles starter is 2-3 with a 4.86 ERA for Ottawa.
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By DAN CONNOLLY AND JEFF ZREBIEC and DAN CONNOLLY AND JEFF ZREBIEC,SUN REPORTERS | March 4, 2006
JUPITER, Fla. -- The bad news the Orioles had been anticipating for weeks became official yesterday: The World Baseball Classic rejected the club's request for some relief from the inaugural 16-team tournament. That means 11 players from the Orioles' big league camp, including nine on the projected 25-man roster and four members of the club's five-man starting rotation, will participate in the Classic and miss as much as three weeks of spring training. The team had hoped at least one of its starters, possibly Daniel Cabrera of the Dominican Republic, could be held back.
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By ROCH KUBATKO | March 3, 2006
Only two hits until the eighth inning? A 6-4 loss to the stripped-down Florida Marlins? That's it, trade for another bat right now or cancel the season. Just kidding. There were some positive signs. Rodrigo Lopez deserved much better. Javy Lopez looked like a Gold Glove first baseman. Jeff Fiorentino reminded us that there's another exciting outfield prospect in camp besides Nick Markakis. And Markakis reminded us that there aren't any other prospects in the organization who can touch him right now. Markakis made the last out, but again, he scorched the ball - this time to deep center field.
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By Joe Christensen | March 10, 2004
Mark Quinn hit a two-run homer off John Stephens in the 10th inning, giving the Orioles their fourth loss in six Grapefruit League games. After getting four strong innings from projected Opening Night starter Sidney Ponson, the Orioles grabbed a 2-1 lead in the fifth inning on Jack Cust's bases-empty home run to center field. The Cardinals tied the score in the seventh against Orioles reliever Mike DeJean. Kerry Robinson hit a one-out double and scored from second base with two outs on a ball hit to shortstop Miguel Tejada.
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By SPORTSTICKER | September 7, 2003
PAWTUCKET, R.I. - John Stephens pitched 6 1/3 scoreless innings to lead the Ottawa Lynx over the Pawtucket Red Sox, 2-0, and tie the best-of-five Triple-A International League semifinal series at two games apiece. Stephens (1-0), who walked one, yielded six hits and struck out three to pick up the win for the Orioles' affiliate. Darwin Cubillan pitched a perfect ninth to save the shutout. Raul Casanova hit a two-run homer to left field in the first inning to provide the only runs. Joey Hammond had two hits, and Napoleon Calzado and Luis Lopez both doubled for Ottawa, which has won back-to-back games to push the series to a fifth and deciding game today in Pawtucket.
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By Joe Christensen and Joe Christensen,SUN STAFF | October 30, 2002
The Orioles' pitching plans for next year started taking shape yesterday when Pat Hentgen signed a contract that will keep him in Baltimore next season, with an option for 2004. The club held a $6 million option for next season, but they chose to use the $600,000 buyout and then renegotiate at a lesser price. Terms were not disclosed. Hentgen, who turns 34 in two weeks, returned to the mound in September after missing 16 months with an elbow injury. He went 0-4 with a 7.77 ERA, but the club saw enough to invite him back.
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