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By DAN BERGER | August 18, 1993
AT&T will become AT&McG.Call them the Baltimore Rockets, as in ". . .' red glare, the bombs bursting in air. . ."It's a sad day when One Charles Center, the pride of Baltimore, goes on the auction block, sadder still when there is no bidding.Mike Pagliarulo is just what the Os need, if he can pitch.
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By Jim Henneman and Jim Henneman,Staff Writer | November 20, 1993
Mike Pagliarulo, who hit .325 in 33 games for the Orioles last season, could end up in Japan next year, according to his agent, Alan Nero.Obtained from the Minnesota Twins Aug. 15, Pagliarulo was among the players not offered arbitration by the Orioles last month. The club has expressed interest in bringing the left-handed batter back."In the meantime, he [Pagliarulo] is being pursued by several other teams, mostly in Japan," Nero said. "The negotiations there are going very well, and in the next two weeks I expect them to be completed."
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SPORTS
April 24, 1992
Baseball Minnesota Twins -- Placed 3B Mike Pagliarulo (strained right wrist) on the 15-day DL. Activated 1B Kent Hrbek from the disabled list.Montreal Expos -- Assigned P Miguel Batista to Triple-A Indianapolis.New York Yankees -- Announced that the Triple-A Columbus Clippers had purchased the contract of P Scott Holcomb from Double-A Albany-Colonie. Announced that P Kirt Ojala was assigned to Albany-Colonie from extended spring training.Pittsburgh Pirates -- Activated C Don Slaught from the DL. Returned Rule V draft selection Miguel Batista to the Expos.
SPORTS
October 17, 1993
Not a reliable symbolThe Baltimore Bombers may be a big hit from a marketing point of view, but to use the Martin B-26 for the team's crest seems inappropriate to me. When you assign a symbol for a crest, you want that symbol to represent trustworthiness and glory, and the Martin B-26 falls short on both counts.The wing of the original B-26 did not provide adequate area for lift, and this caused numerous crashes. These crashes resulted in many sick jokes. For example, a squadron of B-26 airplanes was stationed at MacDill Field in Florida, adjacent to Tampa Bay. A popular rhyme of the day repeated over and over, was "a B-26 a day in Tampa Bay."
SPORTS
By Jim Henneman and Jim Henneman,Staff Writer | November 20, 1993
Mike Pagliarulo, who hit .325 in 33 games for the Orioles last season, could end up in Japan next year, according to his agent, Alan Nero.Obtained from the Minnesota Twins Aug. 15, Pagliarulo was among the players not offered arbitration by the Orioles last month. The club has expressed interest in bringing the left-handed batter back."In the meantime, he [Pagliarulo] is being pursued by several other teams, mostly in Japan," Nero said. "The negotiations there are going very well, and in the next two weeks I expect them to be completed."
SPORTS
October 17, 1993
Not a reliable symbolThe Baltimore Bombers may be a big hit from a marketing point of view, but to use the Martin B-26 for the team's crest seems inappropriate to me. When you assign a symbol for a crest, you want that symbol to represent trustworthiness and glory, and the Martin B-26 falls short on both counts.The wing of the original B-26 did not provide adequate area for lift, and this caused numerous crashes. These crashes resulted in many sick jokes. For example, a squadron of B-26 airplanes was stationed at MacDill Field in Florida, adjacent to Tampa Bay. A popular rhyme of the day repeated over and over, was "a B-26 a day in Tampa Bay."
SPORTS
By JOHN EISENBERG | September 26, 1993
Ask Roland Hemond about making a move to help his ballclub and he'll tell you about the time he gave Eric Soderholm a tryout in the snow at Comiskey Park and wound up with a starting third baseman. Or the times his scouts insisted, when no one else did, that Mark McLemore and Fernando Valenzuela could still play.The Orioles general manager is an old-fashioned baseball man, fit more for a grainy newsreel than today's hardball world of economics, leverage and computer spreadsheets. He freely admits he gets more of a charge from uncovering bargains than from shopping for the high-dollar free agents who drive the game today.
SPORTS
By Milton Kent and Milton Kent,Staff Writer | September 28, 1993
Long before the calendar turns to 1994, Orioles watchers in and out of the organization are starting to ponder the big questions for next season.Many of those questions center around the abilities of key players such as Mike Mussina, Gregg Olson and Jeffrey Hammonds to bounce back from injuries.Certainly, who will play third base is not high on the list, but it is intriguing to ponder.The current third basemen, Tim Hulett and Mike Pagliarulo, say they're not thinking of next season, not when there's a chance to make money this year for finishing second or third in the American League East.
SPORTS
By KEN ROSENTHAL | September 7, 1993
Get him out of here. Isn't that what Johnny Oates said? Oh, not exactly. "Somebody better get this ------------ out of here," Oates screamed 75 minutes before last night's game.This who?Oh, of course.Glenn Davis.Team guy that he is, Gentle Glenn asked Oates why he wasn't in the lineup last night after first baseman David Segui was scratched with an injured toe.Oates, uh, flipped.The exchange took place in Oates' office. The two called each other "--------------" liars. And then Oates stormed into the clubhouse, so angry it looked like his head was about to explode.
SPORTS
By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Evening Sun Staff | June 20, 1991
The Orioles have devised a method that may help them break their annoying habit of falling behind in the early stages of a game.Noting that the club was quickly in arrears by three or more runs six times in the previous eight games, manager John Oates and pitching coach Al Jackson gave Jeff Robinson an extra five minutes of warmup time before yesterday's game with the Minnesota Twins."
SPORTS
By Milton Kent and Milton Kent,Staff Writer | September 28, 1993
Long before the calendar turns to 1994, Orioles watchers in and out of the organization are starting to ponder the big questions for next season.Many of those questions center around the abilities of key players such as Mike Mussina, Gregg Olson and Jeffrey Hammonds to bounce back from injuries.Certainly, who will play third base is not high on the list, but it is intriguing to ponder.The current third basemen, Tim Hulett and Mike Pagliarulo, say they're not thinking of next season, not when there's a chance to make money this year for finishing second or third in the American League East.
SPORTS
By JOHN EISENBERG | September 26, 1993
Ask Roland Hemond about making a move to help his ballclub and he'll tell you about the time he gave Eric Soderholm a tryout in the snow at Comiskey Park and wound up with a starting third baseman. Or the times his scouts insisted, when no one else did, that Mark McLemore and Fernando Valenzuela could still play.The Orioles general manager is an old-fashioned baseball man, fit more for a grainy newsreel than today's hardball world of economics, leverage and computer spreadsheets. He freely admits he gets more of a charge from uncovering bargains than from shopping for the high-dollar free agents who drive the game today.
SPORTS
By KEN ROSENTHAL | September 7, 1993
Get him out of here. Isn't that what Johnny Oates said? Oh, not exactly. "Somebody better get this ------------ out of here," Oates screamed 75 minutes before last night's game.This who?Oh, of course.Glenn Davis.Team guy that he is, Gentle Glenn asked Oates why he wasn't in the lineup last night after first baseman David Segui was scratched with an injured toe.Oates, uh, flipped.The exchange took place in Oates' office. The two called each other "--------------" liars. And then Oates stormed into the clubhouse, so angry it looked like his head was about to explode.
NEWS
By DAN BERGER | August 18, 1993
AT&T will become AT&McG.Call them the Baltimore Rockets, as in ". . .' red glare, the bombs bursting in air. . ."It's a sad day when One Charles Center, the pride of Baltimore, goes on the auction block, sadder still when there is no bidding.Mike Pagliarulo is just what the Os need, if he can pitch.
SPORTS
April 24, 1992
Baseball Minnesota Twins -- Placed 3B Mike Pagliarulo (strained right wrist) on the 15-day DL. Activated 1B Kent Hrbek from the disabled list.Montreal Expos -- Assigned P Miguel Batista to Triple-A Indianapolis.New York Yankees -- Announced that the Triple-A Columbus Clippers had purchased the contract of P Scott Holcomb from Double-A Albany-Colonie. Announced that P Kirt Ojala was assigned to Albany-Colonie from extended spring training.Pittsburgh Pirates -- Activated C Don Slaught from the DL. Returned Rule V draft selection Miguel Batista to the Expos.
SPORTS
By Phil Jackman | October 25, 1991
Anyone who has been around the block more than once knows that old habits die hard. But the experiment of breaking away from the customary crash in front of the telly for World Series games proved rewarding enough to occasion future repeats.While viewers were being anesthetized by meaningless replays, interminable commercial breaks, annoying graphics and superfluous crowd shots, all to the accompaniment of audio equipment turned up to full blast on CBS, over on radio Vin Scully and Johnny Bench have been a joy.The way Scully describes the radio assignment is superb: "You show up with a canvas and your brushes and you go from there, painting a picture."
SPORTS
By Phil Jackman | October 25, 1991
Anyone who has been around the block more than once knows that old habits die hard. But the experiment of breaking away from the customary crash in front of the telly for World Series games proved rewarding enough to occasion future repeats.While viewers were being anesthetized by meaningless replays, interminable commercial breaks, annoying graphics and superfluous crowd shots, all to the accompaniment of audio equipment turned up to full blast on CBS, over on radio Vin Scully and Johnny Bench have been a joy.The way Scully describes the radio assignment is superb: "You show up with a canvas and your brushes and you go from there, painting a picture."
SPORTS
By Alan Greenberg and Alan Greenberg,The Hartford Courant | October 16, 1991
Is it true that Georgia native Clarence Thomas declined to watch Anita F. Hill's testimony because he was too busy watching the Atlanta Braves on CBS? Was Cito Gaston a lousy manager in the American League Championship Series because paid more attention to the lineup of corroborating witnesses than his own?For those of you who may have gotten confused while switching channels, let me assure you it was Andrea Kirby who harnessed Tom Kelly, but Kirby Puckett did not harass Ms. Hill, only Toronto Blue Jays' pitchers.
SPORTS
By Alan Greenberg and Alan Greenberg,The Hartford Courant | October 16, 1991
Is it true that Georgia native Clarence Thomas declined to watch Anita F. Hill's testimony because he was too busy watching the Atlanta Braves on CBS? Was Cito Gaston a lousy manager in the American League Championship Series because paid more attention to the lineup of corroborating witnesses than his own?For those of you who may have gotten confused while switching channels, let me assure you it was Andrea Kirby who harnessed Tom Kelly, but Kirby Puckett did not harass Ms. Hill, only Toronto Blue Jays' pitchers.
SPORTS
By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Evening Sun Staff | June 20, 1991
The Orioles have devised a method that may help them break their annoying habit of falling behind in the early stages of a game.Noting that the club was quickly in arrears by three or more runs six times in the previous eight games, manager John Oates and pitching coach Al Jackson gave Jeff Robinson an extra five minutes of warmup time before yesterday's game with the Minnesota Twins."
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