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By Dan Connolly | December 6, 2011
Do the Orioles have a chance to land Gavin Floyd or Carlos Quentin from the Chicago White Sox? Absolutely. Or maybe not at all. It really depends on whom you ask. The sides have definitely talked -- and there is no question the Orioles would love to bring Floyd, a Mount St. Joseph alum, back to Baltimore. They also would be a decent fit for outfielder Carlos Quentin, whom the White Sox would consider moving to make room for Dayan Viciedo. But there are some conflicting signals coming out of Chicago.
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By Dan Connolly | December 6, 2011
Do the Orioles have a chance to land Gavin Floyd or Carlos Quentin from the Chicago White Sox? Absolutely. Or maybe not at all. It really depends on whom you ask. The sides have definitely talked -- and there is no question the Orioles would love to bring Floyd, a Mount St. Joseph alum, back to Baltimore. They also would be a decent fit for outfielder Carlos Quentin, whom the White Sox would consider moving to make room for Dayan Viciedo. But there are some conflicting signals coming out of Chicago.
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By DAN CONNOLLY and DAN CONNOLLY,SUN REPORTER | October 28, 2005
HOUSTON -- A day before Willie Harris scored Game 4's lone run to ultimately seal the Chicago White Sox's first World Series championship since 1917, the reserve infielder stood in the visiting dugout and daydreamed. All he wanted was a chance to do something on baseball's grandest stage, he said. He wasn't asking for much - one play that helped his teammates, one personal memory he could take with him when all of this was over. "I just want to contribute in some way, just to make it official that I've done something other than just root for my team.
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By DAN CONNOLLY and DAN CONNOLLY,SUN REPORTER | October 28, 2005
HOUSTON -- A day before Willie Harris scored Game 4's lone run to ultimately seal the Chicago White Sox's first World Series championship since 1917, the reserve infielder stood in the visiting dugout and daydreamed. All he wanted was a chance to do something on baseball's grandest stage, he said. He wasn't asking for much - one play that helped his teammates, one personal memory he could take with him when all of this was over. "I just want to contribute in some way, just to make it official that I've done something other than just root for my team.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun Staff Writer | October 15, 1994
No. 4 Poly arrived at Lake Clifton 40 minutes behind the scheduled starting time.And when the Lakers (4-2) took a 14-point lead four minutes before halftime, racking up 144 of their 206 total yards in the process, it appeared the Engineers (5-1) had left their intensity on the bus.But after a halftime pep talk by coach Augie Waibel, the Engineers regained composure for a 30-14 victory behind running back Randall Beaman (21 carries, 109 yards, two touchdowns) and receiver Martin Prosper (four receptions, 139 yards, two touchdowns)
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By Michael Wallace and Michael Wallace,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | November 1, 1998
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -- It was all too familiar.For the seventh time in eight games, Morgan State self-destructed during critical moments, turning the ball over five times in a 59-32 loss to Florida A&M last night.The setback spoiled Morgan State's attempt to win back-to-back Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference games for the first time since the 1994 season. The Bears have lost 10 of their last 11 games dating to last season.But the team used a combination of zone and man coverages to slow Florida A&M's offense early and got a career-high 404 passing yards from quarterback Willie McGirt.
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By BILL ORDINE | June 10, 2008
Speaking of rants, we defer to the master - Chicago White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen. About a week ago, Guillen went on one of his periodic profane tirades, berating his team's lack of offense after the White Sox scored just four runs in three losses to the Tampa Bay Rays, mentioning by name hitting coach Greg Walker and general manager Kenny Williams. Walker's role was obvious. Williams' name came up because Guillen was pushing the GM to make some moves. Neither Walker nor Williams was keen on having his reputation tossed under a Greyhound, but since then, the White Sox have gone on a seven-game winning streak and have averaged nearly nine runs a game in opening a 6 1/2 -game lead over the second-place Minnesota Twins in the American League Central.
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April 28, 1991
Baseball Kansas City Royals -- Placed 3B Kevin Seitzer on 15-day DL. Purchased contract of IF Paul Zuvella from Class AAA Omaha.Oakland Athletics -- Activated OF Rickey Henderson from DL. Optioned IF Scott Hemond (.200 in 5 AB) to Class AAA Tacoma.Toronto Blue Jays -- Placed DH Rance Mulliniks on 15-day DL. Purchased contract of OF Kenny Williams from Class AAA Syracuse.FootballCincinnati Bengals -- Signed DE David Grant.Dallas Cowboys -- Announced that OL Mike Sullivan failed his physical.
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January 1, 1992
BaseballNew York Yankees -- Named Daniel McCarthy general partner.Pittsburgh Pirates -- Agreed with P Bob Walk (9-2, 3.60 ERA) to a two-year contract worth approximately $3 million.BasketballNBA -- Fined Indiana Pacers F Chuck Person $7,500 for elbowing Chicago Bulls G John Paxson. Fined F Scott Williams, F Stacey King, C Cliff Levingston, C Will Perdue, G Bobby Hansen, G B.J. Armstrong and F Craig Hodges of Chicago and G George McCloud, C Greg Dreiling, F LaSalle Thompson, F Dale Davis and F Kenny Williams of Indiana $500 each for leaving their benches.
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June 23, 2001
Baseball Athletics: Agreed to terms with OF Austin Nagle and assigned him to Rookie League Athletics. Braves: Assigned IF Kurt Abbott to Triple-A Richmond for injury rehabilitation. Devil Rays: Placed former Orioles P Esteban Yan on 15-day DL with inflammation of right shoulder. Recalled P Jeff Wallace from Triple-A Durham. Expos: Optioned OF Milton Bradley to Triple-A Ottawa. Recalled OF Peter Bergeron from Ottawa. Mets: Agreed to terms with IF David Bacani and assigned him to Appalachian League Kingsport.
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By Michael Wallace and Michael Wallace,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | November 1, 1998
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -- It was all too familiar.For the seventh time in eight games, Morgan State self-destructed during critical moments, turning the ball over five times in a 59-32 loss to Florida A&M last night.The setback spoiled Morgan State's attempt to win back-to-back Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference games for the first time since the 1994 season. The Bears have lost 10 of their last 11 games dating to last season.But the team used a combination of zone and man coverages to slow Florida A&M's offense early and got a career-high 404 passing yards from quarterback Willie McGirt.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Sun Staff Writer | October 15, 1994
No. 4 Poly arrived at Lake Clifton 40 minutes behind the scheduled starting time.And when the Lakers (4-2) took a 14-point lead four minutes before halftime, racking up 144 of their 206 total yards in the process, it appeared the Engineers (5-1) had left their intensity on the bus.But after a halftime pep talk by coach Augie Waibel, the Engineers regained composure for a 30-14 victory behind running back Randall Beaman (21 carries, 109 yards, two touchdowns) and receiver Martin Prosper (four receptions, 139 yards, two touchdowns)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | October 9, 1993
Many homecoming opponents routinely are scheduled with the idea of an easy victory in mind.Lake Clifton football coach David White was all too aware of that generality before yesterday's game at No. 2 Poly.But he was powerless from the sideline as Greg Kyler thrilled Poly's homecoming crowd by running through and around the Lakers, leading the Engineers to a 37-6 victory.Kyler burned the Lakers (5-1) for 283 all-purpose yards and three touchdowns. He had 154 yards on 12 carries and caught eight passes for 84.Poly (6-0)
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