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September 5, 1998
Hitting Bernie Williams, Yankees: 2 HRs, 4 RBIs. Shawn Green, Blue Jays: 4-for-4, HR. Will Clark, Rangers: 4 RBIs, HR. Pitching Juan Guzman, Orioles: 8 innings, 1 run, 5 hits. Pub Date: 9/05/98
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By Geoffrey Mohan and Geoffrey Mohan,NEWSDAY | March 3, 2000
IQUIQUE, Chile -- Locals say it was always best not to question what went on in the badlands at the edge of town, where the sterile mountains of the Atacama Desert rise like a jagged shelf. Even when a federal judge began to dig there for clues that may bring Chile's former dictator Augusto Pinochet to justice, they only shrugged and said, "It's possible." What has long been accepted as possible here in Iquique, and elsewhere in Chile's arid north, is that the military used these desolate open spaces to hide a dirty war against leftists begun shortly after they overthrew Salvador Allende in 1973.
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By Joe Strauss | September 8, 1998
At Oakland (Calif.) Coliseum Day, Time, TV, Starters Tonight, 10:05, HTS, Doug Johns (3-2, 4.31) vs. Gil Heredia (3-0, 1.10) Tomorrow, 3:15, HTS, Juan Guzman (9-14, 4.33) vs. Jimmy Haynes (10-7, 4.70) Radio: All games on WBAL (1090 AM) and WTOP (1500 AM) Athletics update The A's (66-77) already have eclipsed their win total from last season (65), thanks largely to a winning record at home. Only 25-32 since the break, the A's have won 12 of their last 19. Their most glaring deficiencies have been exposed by the AL East, against whom they are only 17-35.
SPORTS
June 6, 1999
Miller bears responsibilityOrioles owner Peter Angelos recently said that the fans and sportswriters who want Ray Miller fired have a "lynching mentality," and he asked "how the manager was responsible" for the team's last-place standing.I will leave the insults to Mr. Angelos -- I'm sure he is better at them than me -- but I will answer his question.Miller has failed to earn the respect of the players and fans due to many blunders and mishandling of situations and individuals. If the problem is the players, as Angelos contends, then that is one major coincidence.
SPORTS
June 6, 1999
Miller bears responsibilityOrioles owner Peter Angelos recently said that the fans and sportswriters who want Ray Miller fired have a "lynching mentality," and he asked "how the manager was responsible" for the team's last-place standing.I will leave the insults to Mr. Angelos -- I'm sure he is better at them than me -- but I will answer his question.Miller has failed to earn the respect of the players and fans due to many blunders and mishandling of situations and individuals. If the problem is the players, as Angelos contends, then that is one major coincidence.
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF | April 14, 1999
NEW YORK -- Juan Guzman reached out with his right arm last night, the one that had spun hitters on their heels in Florida, and turned back the clock. Not very far, mind you. Just to spring training, when he was the Orioles' most dominant starting pitcher. In doing so, Guzman bypassed his season's debut a week ago. Best not to even look in that direction, considering the Orioles couldn't afford a repeat in a game that held more importance than a typical mid-April date. Handed the ball in the Orioles' personal house of horrors, Guzman controlled everything in six innings except the wind at Yankee Stadium.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,Staff Writer | September 21, 1992
TORONTO -- Nobody here was declaring the American League East Division pennant race over, but the mood among the Toronto Blue Jays before their game yesterday with the Texas Rangers was certainly one of supreme confidence.They laughed around the batting cage.They joked around the clubhouse."We certainly can't be complacent, but we can be confident," said right fielder Joe Carter. "We've got to go right for the jugular."But after shutting out the Rangers in the first two games of this series, the first-place Blue Jays missed a chance at a sweep, not to mention the jugular, in a too-little, too-late 7-5 defeat.
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By Joe Strauss and Joe Strauss,SUN STAFF | June 3, 1999
SEATTLE -- Saying "I can't look at it anymore," Orioles manager Ray Miller yesterday implemented a structure of fines to address what he considers to be his pitching staff's lax attention to fundamentals. Miller became enraged by Tuesday night's 14-11 win over the Seattle Mariners and the sloppy performances of starting pitcher Juan Guzman and exiled closer Mike Timlin. Guzman caused concern because of his inability to cover first base on a second-inning grounder and by forgetting the out count during the fourth inning.
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By Geoffrey Mohan and Geoffrey Mohan,NEWSDAY | March 3, 2000
IQUIQUE, Chile -- Locals say it was always best not to question what went on in the badlands at the edge of town, where the sterile mountains of the Atacama Desert rise like a jagged shelf. Even when a federal judge began to dig there for clues that may bring Chile's former dictator Augusto Pinochet to justice, they only shrugged and said, "It's possible." What has long been accepted as possible here in Iquique, and elsewhere in Chile's arid north, is that the military used these desolate open spaces to hide a dirty war against leftists begun shortly after they overthrew Salvador Allende in 1973.
SPORTS
April 9, 2000
Baseball Devil Rays: Placed former Orioles P Juan Guzman (tightness in right shoulder) on 15-day DL. Recalled P Jeff Sparks from Triple-A Durham. College Butler: Promoted men's assistant Thad Matta to head basketball coach.
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By Joe Strauss and Joe Strauss,SUN STAFF | June 3, 1999
SEATTLE -- Saying "I can't look at it anymore," Orioles manager Ray Miller yesterday implemented a structure of fines to address what he considers to be his pitching staff's lax attention to fundamentals. Miller became enraged by Tuesday night's 14-11 win over the Seattle Mariners and the sloppy performances of starting pitcher Juan Guzman and exiled closer Mike Timlin. Guzman caused concern because of his inability to cover first base on a second-inning grounder and by forgetting the out count during the fourth inning.
SPORTS
By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF | April 14, 1999
NEW YORK -- Juan Guzman reached out with his right arm last night, the one that had spun hitters on their heels in Florida, and turned back the clock. Not very far, mind you. Just to spring training, when he was the Orioles' most dominant starting pitcher. In doing so, Guzman bypassed his season's debut a week ago. Best not to even look in that direction, considering the Orioles couldn't afford a repeat in a game that held more importance than a typical mid-April date. Handed the ball in the Orioles' personal house of horrors, Guzman controlled everything in six innings except the wind at Yankee Stadium.
SPORTS
September 15, 1998
HittingCraig Wilson, White Sox: 2 HRs, 5 RBIs.Albert Belle, White Sox: 5 RBIs, 3 doubles.Juan Encarnacion, Tigers: 5 hits, 4 RBIs, triple.Dean Palmer, Royals: 4 RBIs, HR, double.PitchingOrlando Hernandez, Yankees: 9 innings, 0 runs, 3 hits.Juan Guzman, Orioles: 7 innings, 0 runs, 5 hits.
SPORTS
By Joe Strauss | September 8, 1998
At Oakland (Calif.) Coliseum Day, Time, TV, Starters Tonight, 10:05, HTS, Doug Johns (3-2, 4.31) vs. Gil Heredia (3-0, 1.10) Tomorrow, 3:15, HTS, Juan Guzman (9-14, 4.33) vs. Jimmy Haynes (10-7, 4.70) Radio: All games on WBAL (1090 AM) and WTOP (1500 AM) Athletics update The A's (66-77) already have eclipsed their win total from last season (65), thanks largely to a winning record at home. Only 25-32 since the break, the A's have won 12 of their last 19. Their most glaring deficiencies have been exposed by the AL East, against whom they are only 17-35.
SPORTS
By Don Markus and Don Markus,Staff Writer | September 21, 1992
TORONTO -- Nobody here was declaring the American League East Division pennant race over, but the mood among the Toronto Blue Jays before their game yesterday with the Texas Rangers was certainly one of supreme confidence.They laughed around the batting cage.They joked around the clubhouse."We certainly can't be complacent, but we can be confident," said right fielder Joe Carter. "We've got to go right for the jugular."But after shutting out the Rangers in the first two games of this series, the first-place Blue Jays missed a chance at a sweep, not to mention the jugular, in a too-little, too-late 7-5 defeat.
SPORTS
May 27, 1998
HittingMike Stanley, Blue Jays: 3-for-4, double, HR, 3 RBIs.Miguel Cairo, Devil Rays: 3-for-4, HR, 2 runs.Cal Ripken, Orioles, 3-for-4, 1 run.Paul O'Neill, Yankees: 2-for-4, HR, 3 RBIs.Damion Easley, Tigers: Extended hitting streak to 16 games.PitchingScott Erickson, Orioles: 8 innings, 5 hits, 1 run, 8 strikeouts.Juan Guzman, Blue Jays: 7 innings, 6 hits, 2 runs, 7 strikeouts.Pub Date: 5/27/98
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