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By Joe Christensen and Baltimore Sun reporter | May 23, 2002
Oroiles manager Mike Hargrove did not put left fielder Marty Cordova in the lineup yesterday because Cordova has been advised to stay out of the sun after burning his face in a tanning bed Monday. "The doctor told him to stay out of the sun as much as possible," Hargrove said. "With a 12:30 game in California, it's tough to stay out of the sun. I probably will DH him [today]. "
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By RAY FRAGER | January 26, 2009
9:30 p.m. [MLB Network] The series featuring major league ballparks tours Camden Yards. Not likely to be included: the storage cabinet in which the club kept extra aloe lotion when Marty Cordova was on the Orioles.
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May 27, 1997
BaseballAstros: Placed OF Bob Abreu (severely sprained right wrist) on 15-day DL. Purchased contract of OF Ray Montgomery from Triple-A New Orleans.Twins: Activated OF Marty Cordova from 15-day DL. Put P Dan Naulty (strained latissimus dorsi on right side) on 15-day DL.Pub Date: 5/27/97
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF | April 2, 2004
PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. - The Orioles completed the Florida portion of their exhibition schedule last night with their roster down to 33 players after reassigning Clay Bellinger to the minor league camp. The move should make one player feel a little better about his chances of sticking with the club. Bellinger and Luis Lopez were competing for a utility job as spring training neared its conclusion. Bellinger was informed of the move before last night's exhibition game against the New York Mets.
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May 12, 2002
The numbers Games missed by David Segui. .294 Marty Cordova's batting average with two strikes. 0.50 Errors per game by the Orioles. 2.42 Sidney Ponson's ERA in his past four starts. 31,499 Orioles' average home attendance through 18 dates.
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By RAY FRAGER | January 26, 2009
9:30 p.m. [MLB Network] The series featuring major league ballparks tours Camden Yards. Not likely to be included: the storage cabinet in which the club kept extra aloe lotion when Marty Cordova was on the Orioles.
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July 27, 1998
HittingTony Clark, Tigers: 2 HRs (left-handed and right-handed).Todd Walker, Twins: 4-for-4, HR.Fred McGriff, Devil Rays: 4-for-4, HR.Marty Cordova, Twins: 4 RBIs, HR.David Segui, Mariners: 4-for-5.PitchingPedro Martinez, Red Sox: 7 innings, 0 runs, 6 hits.Pub Date: 7/27/98
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By Roch Kubatko | February 28, 2003
The Orioles blew a two-run lead in the ninth and lost, 4-3, on a two-run single by Jesus Medrano and fielding error by Marty Cordova, who overran the ball. Rafael Pina, who loaded the bases with one out, took the loss. The Orioles scored three runs in the fourth inning off left-hander Vladimir Nunez. All the scoring took place with two outs. Tony Batista, who tripled in the second inning, stroked a run-scoring double. Deivi Cruz singled to right field to deliver Batista and moved up on a throwing error, and he scored on a Geronimo Gil single.
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By Joe Christensen | March 16, 2003
The Orioles lost for the seventh time in their past nine games yesterday, 8-7, as the Florida Marlins pounded starting pitcher Sidney Ponson for six runs on eight hits in five innings. Ponson had trouble with his breaking pitches, and the Marlins pounced. Al Martin hit a three-run home run and Todd Hollandsworth hit a bases-empty shot deep into the right-field bleachers. Marlins starter A.J. Burnett, who had seven strikeouts and allowed one hit in four innings the last time he faced the Orioles, was less dominant this time.
SPORTS
March 1, 2002
The game Chris Singleton's Orioles debut included a three-run homer in the third inning that provided a 3-0 lead, and Willis Roberts stranded the tying runs in the ninth by retiring Jose Canseco on a pop-up. It's too early to read anything into lineups, but manager Mike Hargrove had Jerry Hairston leading off and Singleton batting second. Mike Bordick hit third, but he could drop to eighth by Opening Day. It wouldn't be a surprise if the same nine names appear on the April 1 lineup card.
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By Joe Christensen and Joe Christensen,SUN STAFF | April 25, 2003
Orioles hitting coach Terry Crowley led a torturous existence for the season's first 20 games, as he stood there watching Deivi Cruz and Gary Matthews hit several line drives right into their opponents' gloves. Both hitters were struggling with their averages heading into last night's series finale against the Chicago White Sox. Much of their work with Crowley had been in vain. With injuries ravaging their lineup, and ace pitcher Rodrigo Lopez staring at his fourth loss, the Orioles needed a breakthrough.
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF | April 4, 2003
Facing a left-hander last night, the Orioles broke out a lineup that didn't include B.J. Surhoff or Marty Cordova. Surhoff has begun the season in a slump. Cordova has begun it in pain caused by a herniated disc. Surhoff started on Opening Day against Cleveland Indians left-hander C.C. Sabathia, going hitless in five at-bats and laying down a sacrifice bunt. Off to an 0-for-9 start, he sat last night against veteran Brian Anderson. Manager Mike Hargrove hinted after Wednesday's 4-2 loss to the Indians that Surhoff might be pressing in his return to Baltimore after 2 1/2 seasons with the Atlanta Braves.
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By Joe Christensen | March 16, 2003
The Orioles lost for the seventh time in their past nine games yesterday, 8-7, as the Florida Marlins pounded starting pitcher Sidney Ponson for six runs on eight hits in five innings. Ponson had trouble with his breaking pitches, and the Marlins pounced. Al Martin hit a three-run home run and Todd Hollandsworth hit a bases-empty shot deep into the right-field bleachers. Marlins starter A.J. Burnett, who had seven strikeouts and allowed one hit in four innings the last time he faced the Orioles, was less dominant this time.
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By Roch Kubatko | March 14, 2003
The Orioles scored four unearned runs in the seventh inning to tie yesterday's game, and Melvin Mora singled with the bases loaded in the 10th off Kyle Edens to give them an 8-7 victory over the Cincinnati Reds. Marty Cordova led off the decisive inning with his third hit, and Luis Matos singled. Pinch hitter Gary Matthews laid down a sacrifice bunt, and Brian Roberts was walked intentionally to bring up Mora, who got his fourth hit. Omar Daal allowed three runs and seven hits in four innings.
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By Roch Kubatko | February 28, 2003
The Orioles blew a two-run lead in the ninth and lost, 4-3, on a two-run single by Jesus Medrano and fielding error by Marty Cordova, who overran the ball. Rafael Pina, who loaded the bases with one out, took the loss. The Orioles scored three runs in the fourth inning off left-hander Vladimir Nunez. All the scoring took place with two outs. Tony Batista, who tripled in the second inning, stroked a run-scoring double. Deivi Cruz singled to right field to deliver Batista and moved up on a throwing error, and he scored on a Geronimo Gil single.
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By LAURA VECSEY | September 6, 2002
SO BASEBALL realized a strike would be the most idiotic form of self-immolation and here we sit, one week later, happy that our daily dose of sporting theater has not been denied. Even here? Even here at Oriole Park at Camden Yards, where the local nine - or 31 on the expanded roster - recently relieved itself of a 10-game losing skid, only perhaps to have commenced a new one last night. All those Texas long balls. Ouch. It isn't fair, of course. Across the country, a gritty little "small-market" team in green and gold is launching an emphatic assault on baseball's record books.
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By Roch Kubatko | March 14, 2003
The Orioles scored four unearned runs in the seventh inning to tie yesterday's game, and Melvin Mora singled with the bases loaded in the 10th off Kyle Edens to give them an 8-7 victory over the Cincinnati Reds. Marty Cordova led off the decisive inning with his third hit, and Luis Matos singled. Pinch hitter Gary Matthews laid down a sacrifice bunt, and Brian Roberts was walked intentionally to bring up Mora, who got his fourth hit. Omar Daal allowed three runs and seven hits in four innings.
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By Joe Christensen and Baltimore Sun reporter | May 23, 2002
Oroiles manager Mike Hargrove did not put left fielder Marty Cordova in the lineup yesterday because Cordova has been advised to stay out of the sun after burning his face in a tanning bed Monday. "The doctor told him to stay out of the sun as much as possible," Hargrove said. "With a 12:30 game in California, it's tough to stay out of the sun. I probably will DH him [today]. "
SPORTS
May 12, 2002
The numbers Games missed by David Segui. .294 Marty Cordova's batting average with two strikes. 0.50 Errors per game by the Orioles. 2.42 Sidney Ponson's ERA in his past four starts. 31,499 Orioles' average home attendance through 18 dates.
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