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By LOS ANGELES TIMES | June 17, 2005
ANAHEIM, Calif. - As Washington and the Los Angeles Angels finished their contentious series Wednesday night, Nationals right fielder Jose Guillen, the former Angel who was suspended for the final eight games of 2004 after an on-field tantrum and clubhouse argument with Mike Scioscia, had a few parting shots for his former manager. "I don't really care much for Mike Scioscia," Guillen said. "I don't have any respect for him anymore. He is like a piece of garbage." Guillen was booed before every at-bat in the series and had to be hauled into the dugout by three teammates during Tuesday night's altercation.
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February 14, 2010
AL WEST Angels Starting point: 97-65, 1st (beat Red Sox in first round, lost to Yankees in ALCS). Project manager: Tony Reagins. General contractor: Mike Scioscia. Bones: The Angels scored the second most runs in the majors last season, going to the playoffs for the sixth time in Scioscia's 10 seasons as manager. New materials: RHP Fernando Rodney, DH Hideki Matsui, RHP Joel Pineiro. In the dumpster: No. 1 starter John Lackey, DH Vladimir Guerrero, 3B/leadoff Chone Figgins, OF Gary Matthews Jr., LHP Darren Oliver, RHP Jose Arredondo.
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September 2, 2004
Who's hot Armando Benitez of the Mets has faced 30 batters without yielding a hit since leaving the disabled list Aug. 13. Who's not Paul Wilson of the Reds missed his eighth try for his 10th win, losing to the Astros. Line of the day Kevin Millar, Red Sox 1B AB R H RBI HR 3 2 2 4 1 He said it "He's 43. He loves to play. He's overcome his second bout with cancer, and he's an inspiration to all of us." Mike Scioscia, Angels manager, on Andres Galarraga's return to the majors On deck Kenny Rogers goes for his 16th win tonight as the Rangers visit the AL-Central leading Twins.
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By Dan Connolly and Dan Connolly,dan.connolly@baltsun.com | August 15, 2009
Seldom-used Orioles left fielder Felix Pie on Friday night became the fourth player in franchise history to hit for the cycle and the first to apologize afterward. In the Orioles' 16-6 thumping of the Los Angeles Angels - a game in which Orioles heralded rookie right-hander Chris Tillman earned his first career victory - Pie accomplished what only Aubrey Huff, Cal Ripken Jr. and Brooks Robinson before him had done in an Orioles uniform. Batting eighth, Pie doubled in the first, homered in the third and singled to lead off the seventh before coming to bat again in the Orioles' seven-run inning.
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By Dan Connolly and Dan Connolly,dan.connolly@baltsun.com | August 15, 2009
Seldom-used Orioles left fielder Felix Pie on Friday night became the fourth player in franchise history to hit for the cycle and the first to apologize afterward. In the Orioles' 16-6 thumping of the Los Angeles Angels - a game in which Orioles heralded rookie right-hander Chris Tillman earned his first career victory - Pie accomplished what only Aubrey Huff, Cal Ripken Jr. and Brooks Robinson before him had done in an Orioles uniform. Batting eighth, Pie doubled in the first, homered in the third and singled to lead off the seventh before coming to bat again in the Orioles' seven-run inning.
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By T.J. Simers and T.J. Simers,LOS ANGELES TIMES | June 15, 2005
ANAHEIM, Calif. - A large group of reporters and TV types arrive Monday night at Angel Stadium with the intent of talking to the Washington Nationals' Jose Guillen on his first visit to Anaheim since being suspended for insubordination, and a team spokesman says Guillen will speak to everyone in the dugout at 4:45. He's a few minutes late, takes his place before the reporters, but before he can answer the first question, Washington manager Frank Robinson demands everyone's attention so the PR guy can make an announcement.
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By Joe Christensen and Joe Christensen,SUN STAFF | October 17, 2003
Rick Dempsey showed up to interview for the Orioles' vacant managerial post yesterday looking nothing like the goofy character most fans still remember from his playing days. Instead of the sloppy uniform and fake, protruding gut that helped complete his Babe Ruth pantomime during rain delays, he wore a gray suit and red tie. Instead of grabbing the microphone to sing Bob Seger's "Old Time Rock and Roll," he spoke eloquently before the television cameras at the B&O warehouse. This was the fifth time Dempsey had interviewed for a major league managing job, and he wanted the Orioles to take him seriously.
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By LAURA VECSEY | July 9, 2003
WHAT IF Cal Ripken were retiring after this season and he got voted an All-Star Game starter, only to get lifted in the second inning because Boston's Nomar Garciaparra was swinging a hot bat and American League manager Mike Scioscia - under orders to try and win home-field advantage for the World Series - felt compelled to make a strategic move? At the 2001 All-Star Game in Seattle, before baseball installed a knee-jerk remedy for embarrassing tie games that could have been avoided in the first place, baseball fans were treated to one of those memorably spontaneous moments that a celebratory exhibition game like the All-Star Game can provide.
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By Jim Henneman | September 20, 1991
CLEVELAND -- Roland Hemond had more than a passing interest in the search for a general manager for the National League expansion team in Florida."It was a strange situation for me," Hemond said yesterday after Dave Dombrowski was named GM by the Marlins. Doug Melvin, the Orioles' director of player personnel, was one of the finalists for the job.Dombrowski, 35, is a protege of Hemond's from the Oriole GM's days with the Chicago White Sox. Melvin and Hemond have worked closely with the Orioles for the last four years.
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February 14, 2010
AL WEST Angels Starting point: 97-65, 1st (beat Red Sox in first round, lost to Yankees in ALCS). Project manager: Tony Reagins. General contractor: Mike Scioscia. Bones: The Angels scored the second most runs in the majors last season, going to the playoffs for the sixth time in Scioscia's 10 seasons as manager. New materials: RHP Fernando Rodney, DH Hideki Matsui, RHP Joel Pineiro. In the dumpster: No. 1 starter John Lackey, DH Vladimir Guerrero, 3B/leadoff Chone Figgins, OF Gary Matthews Jr., LHP Darren Oliver, RHP Jose Arredondo.
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By LOS ANGELES TIMES | June 17, 2005
ANAHEIM, Calif. - As Washington and the Los Angeles Angels finished their contentious series Wednesday night, Nationals right fielder Jose Guillen, the former Angel who was suspended for the final eight games of 2004 after an on-field tantrum and clubhouse argument with Mike Scioscia, had a few parting shots for his former manager. "I don't really care much for Mike Scioscia," Guillen said. "I don't have any respect for him anymore. He is like a piece of garbage." Guillen was booed before every at-bat in the series and had to be hauled into the dugout by three teammates during Tuesday night's altercation.
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By T.J. Simers and T.J. Simers,LOS ANGELES TIMES | June 15, 2005
ANAHEIM, Calif. - A large group of reporters and TV types arrive Monday night at Angel Stadium with the intent of talking to the Washington Nationals' Jose Guillen on his first visit to Anaheim since being suspended for insubordination, and a team spokesman says Guillen will speak to everyone in the dugout at 4:45. He's a few minutes late, takes his place before the reporters, but before he can answer the first question, Washington manager Frank Robinson demands everyone's attention so the PR guy can make an announcement.
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September 2, 2004
Who's hot Armando Benitez of the Mets has faced 30 batters without yielding a hit since leaving the disabled list Aug. 13. Who's not Paul Wilson of the Reds missed his eighth try for his 10th win, losing to the Astros. Line of the day Kevin Millar, Red Sox 1B AB R H RBI HR 3 2 2 4 1 He said it "He's 43. He loves to play. He's overcome his second bout with cancer, and he's an inspiration to all of us." Mike Scioscia, Angels manager, on Andres Galarraga's return to the majors On deck Kenny Rogers goes for his 16th win tonight as the Rangers visit the AL-Central leading Twins.
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By Joe Christensen and Joe Christensen,SUN STAFF | October 17, 2003
Rick Dempsey showed up to interview for the Orioles' vacant managerial post yesterday looking nothing like the goofy character most fans still remember from his playing days. Instead of the sloppy uniform and fake, protruding gut that helped complete his Babe Ruth pantomime during rain delays, he wore a gray suit and red tie. Instead of grabbing the microphone to sing Bob Seger's "Old Time Rock and Roll," he spoke eloquently before the television cameras at the B&O warehouse. This was the fifth time Dempsey had interviewed for a major league managing job, and he wanted the Orioles to take him seriously.
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By LAURA VECSEY | July 9, 2003
WHAT IF Cal Ripken were retiring after this season and he got voted an All-Star Game starter, only to get lifted in the second inning because Boston's Nomar Garciaparra was swinging a hot bat and American League manager Mike Scioscia - under orders to try and win home-field advantage for the World Series - felt compelled to make a strategic move? At the 2001 All-Star Game in Seattle, before baseball installed a knee-jerk remedy for embarrassing tie games that could have been avoided in the first place, baseball fans were treated to one of those memorably spontaneous moments that a celebratory exhibition game like the All-Star Game can provide.
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By Jim Henneman | September 20, 1991
CLEVELAND -- Roland Hemond had more than a passing interest in the search for a general manager for the National League expansion team in Florida."It was a strange situation for me," Hemond said yesterday after Dave Dombrowski was named GM by the Marlins. Doug Melvin, the Orioles' director of player personnel, was one of the finalists for the job.Dombrowski, 35, is a protege of Hemond's from the Oriole GM's days with the Chicago White Sox. Melvin and Hemond have worked closely with the Orioles for the last four years.
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September 17, 1991
BASEBALL (NL) * Commissioner's Office -- Suspended Atlanta outfielder Otis Nixon for 60 days for violating the terms of his drug-abuse after-care program.* League -- Suspended Cincinnati pitcher Norm Charlton for seven days and fined him for throwing at Los Angeles catcher Mike Scioscia in a Sept. 9 game.FOOTBALL (NFL) * New York Jets -- Signed Leroy Kinard (running back) to the practice squad. Waived James Bradley (wide receiver) from the practice squad.
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