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By Peter Schmuck | March 24, 2010
Center fielder Adam Jones homered in the first inning Tuesday, but the Orioles' offense was not heard from again until the final throes of a 5-2 loss to the Florida Marlins at Roger Dean Stadium. Jones' third home run of the Grapefruit League season allowed Jeremy Guthrie to take the mound with a lead, but Guthrie gave up a run in each of his first two innings before settling down to throw 91 pitches in a bounce-back performance after getting knocked around in his previous two starts.
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By Peter Schmuck | peter.schmuck@baltsun.com and Baltimore Sun reporter | March 23, 2010
Orioles manager Dave Trembley likes to talk about the "dogfight" going on for roster spots in the bullpen, but it wasn't apparent after Jeremy Guthrie left the mound in Tuesday's 5-2 loss to the Florida Marlins at Roger Dean Stadium. Cla Meredith and Matt Albers, two of the middle relief candidates who have been the most effective throughout the exhibition season, struggled in their one-inning appearances. Meredith had not allowed a run in his first seven appearances and had allowed just two hits in six innings, but he allowed two runs on two hits and a hit batsman in the sixth inning.
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By Baltimore Sun reporter | March 23, 2010
Pregame Dave 11:13 AM Dave Trembley still is not saying anything definite about Brian Roberts, but he continues to hint that Roberts will join the exhibition lineup this weekend. I'm hearing Friday, but nothing is definite because he continues to work out and test his sore lower back. "He was going to hit today," Trembley said. "I'll check with Richie (Bancells) after the game...He was very good the other day. He swung from both sides of the plate and swung hard. I hope to get him in by the end of the week."
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By Peter Schmuck | peter.schmuck@baltsun.com and Baltimore Sun reporter | March 23, 2010
Center fielder Adam Jones homered in the first inning on Tuesday, but the Orioles offense was not heard from again until the final throes of a 5-2 loss to the Florida Marlins at Roger Dean Stadium. Jones' third home run of the Grapefruit League season allowed Jeremy Guthrie to take the mound with a lead, but Guthrie gave up a run in each of his first two innings before settling down to throw 91 pitches in a bounce-back performance after getting knocked around in his previous two starts.
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By Peter Schmuck | March 13, 2010
- The weather has turned sour again in South Florida, and a heavy rainstorm wiped out Friday's exhibition game between the Orioles and Florida Marlins at Ed Smith Stadium. Right-hander Jeremy Guthrie , who was scheduled to face left-hander Andrew Miller in the afternoon game, will move back to start today's game against the New York Yankees at Tampa's Legends Field. To make up some of the lost innings, the Orioles and Marlins will play a "B" game this morning, with Mark Hendrickson starting against Sean West at the Ed Smith complex.
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By Peter Schmuck and peter.schmuck@baltsun.com | March 12, 2010
The weather has turned sour again in South Florida, and a heavy rainstorm wiped out Friday's exhibition game between the Orioles and Florida Marlins at Ed Smith Stadium. Right-hander Jeremy Guthrie, who was scheduled to face left-hander Andrew Miller in the afternoon game, will move back to start Saturday's game against the New York Yankees at Tampa's Legends Field. To make up some of the lost innings, the Orioles and Marlins will play a "B" game Saturday morning, with Mark Hendrickson starting against Sean West at the Ed Smith complex.
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By Jamison Hensley | jamison.hensley@baltsun.com | March 10, 2010
The Ravens' first free-agent visit likely won't be their first free-agent signing. Marlin Jackson , the cornerback from the Indianapolis Colts, left his meeting with the Ravens on Tuesday without a contract, saying his visit was more of an exploratory exercise for the team. Jackson has suffered two serious knee injuries the past two seasons, which has led to him finishing on injured reserve in 2008 and 2009. He was given a physical exam and met with team officials at Ravens headquarters.
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By Candus Thomson | August 30, 2009
OCEAN CITY - There are many things to admire about the recently concluded White Marlin Open, a fixture here for 36 years. The first is that it's a homegrown product - not some contrived corporate vehicle - conceived by a man who likes to fish and carried out by friends and relatives. It runs so well that founder Jim Motsko can actually motor beyond the horizon to the fish-rich underwater canyons 30 miles offshore to participate. That's like Bud Selig shagging flies before a World Series game.
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By Chico Harlan and Chico Harlan,The Washington Post | August 7, 2009
WASHINGTON -Long after his team had fallen way behind and swaggered all the way back-and later, after the fireworks had popped, the clubhouse music had died down and most of his teammates had showered and left-soft-spoken relief pitcher Logan Kensing reclined in his clubhouse chair and said, "Lately it just seems like we're alive." Comebacks are the best litmus test for life; they require vigor at the exact depths where it's tempting to have none. The Washington Nationals have life. Down six early, their starting pitcher gone after five outs, again forced to ride a tired bullpen, playing their 22nd consecutive game without a day off, the Nationals battled back for a 12-8 victory over the Florida Marlins at Nationals Park, winning their season-high fifth straight game.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and Jeff Zrebiec,jeff.zrebiec@baltsun.com | June 26, 2009
MIAMI - -The final indignity in a series full of them for the Orioles came in the eighth inning Thursday night after Hanley Ramirez had connected for his second grand slam in three days. While the Florida Marlins superstar took a well-deserved curtain call amid chants of "Hanley, Hanley," one fan waved a broom up and down the top of the Orioles' dugout. A road trip that started with so much promise ended with another lifeless display by the Orioles, who were throttled, 11-3, before an announced 12,822 and couldn't escape Land Shark Stadium soon enough.
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