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July 21, 2003
Who's hot Orlando Cabrera of the Expos is batting .328 (21-for-64) during his team-high 15-game hit ting streak. Who's not Eric Byrnes of the Athletics is 5-for-57 (.088) in July, dropping his average from .334 to .290. Line of the day Mike Stanton, Mets P IP R H BB SO 1/3 5 5 0 0 He said it "I'm never going to complain about six runs in an inning, even if I have to sit there for a half-hour." Mike Mussina, Yankees pitcher, who lost his shutout after the rally On deck The Brewers' next victory will be their 40th, a total they didn't reach last season until Aug. 7.
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December 14, 2007
The following were connected to steroids, either through use or possession, in the report: (65 players) Manny Alexander Chad Allen Mike Bell Gary Bennett Larry Bigbie Ricky Bones Kevin Brown Ken Caminiti Mark Carreon Jason Christiansen Howie Clark Roger Clemens Paxton Crawford Jack Cust Brendan Donnelly Chris Donnels Lenny Dykstra Matt Franco Ryan Franklin Eric Gagne Jason Grimsley Jerry Hairston Phil Hiatt Matt Herges Glenallen Hill...
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July 13, 1998
Quote: "They had to give me directions from the bullpen how to get back out there. They just said go to the bump. It took me a second, but I found it." -- Yankees reliever Mike Stanton (4-0), who pitched the final 1 1/3 innings for a victory yesterday. It was his first appearance since ending a five-game suspension for hitting the Orioles' Eric Davis with a pitch on June 15.It's a fact: The consecutive homers by Magglio Ordonez and Wil Cordero yesterday were the seventh for the White Sox this season.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and Jeff Zrebiec,SUN STAFF | July 8, 2005
Orioles relievers Tim Byrdak and Chris Ray were in the minor leagues when the season started, and Jason Grimsley was at home in Kansas, recuperating from elbow ligament-reconstruction surgery. Wayne Franklin, Scott Proctor and Jason Anderson weren't in the New York Yankees' immediate plans, and Curt Schilling was rehabbing his ankle in hopes of returning as the Boston Red Sox's ace, not a closer. But after three months filled with enough bullpen meltdowns to prevent any of the three teams from gaining much separation in the American League East, all of the above are likely to play major roles in sorting out the division standings in the coming weeks.
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June 21, 1993
MIKE STANTON, 11, son of James R. and Sandra Stanton of Fairfield Avenue in Westminster.School: sixth-grader at Westminster East Middle School.Honored for: Being the county winner of the Pam Basu Science Writing Competition, sponsored by the Maryland Science Center. He wrote a one-page essay about what science can do for him personally, and for the United States. As a county winner, he received a T-shirt, gift certificate, two free admission vouchers to the science center and two tickets to an Orioles home game.
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December 14, 2007
The following were connected to steroids, either through use or possession, in the report: (65 players) Manny Alexander Chad Allen Mike Bell Gary Bennett Larry Bigbie Ricky Bones Kevin Brown Ken Caminiti Mark Carreon Jason Christiansen Howie Clark Roger Clemens Paxton Crawford Jack Cust Brendan Donnelly Chris Donnels Lenny Dykstra Matt Franco Ryan Franklin Eric Gagne Jason Grimsley Jerry Hairston Phil Hiatt Matt Herges Glenallen Hill...
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By Jim Henneman and Jim Henneman,Sun Staff Writer | February 5, 1995
Jim Poole will be looking for positive signs that the 5 1/2 -month strike is nearing its conclusion -- and also trying to assess his immediate future.The left-handed reliever became an unrestricted free agent when the Orioles decided against making him a qualifying offer.With more than 600 players unsigned, Poole anticipates a mad scramble once the dispute is resolved."It's going to be wild," he said. "I don't think anybody knows what to expect."On the one hand, you can see the glut [of available talent]
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By Joe Strauss and Roch Kubatko and Joe Strauss and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF Sun staff writer Peter Schmuck contributed to this article | June 18, 1998
Making a terse statement about what he considered "a dangerous act," American League president Gene Budig yesterday suspended New York Yankees reliever Mike Stanton for five games and imposed a $1,000 fine for hitting the Orioles' Eric Davis with a pitch Monday night.The suspension is scheduled to begin June 24. However, Stanton filed an immediate appeal through the players association that will be heard next week.Stanton said he was "shocked" by Budig's ruling and had not even considered the possibility of a suspension until Tuesday morning.
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By Michael Pakenham | August 17, 2003
A substantial majority of my long, happy career in newspapering has been devoted to stories that vilify miscreants and malefactors in public life. That's why I have a particular interest in books such as The Prince of Providence: The True Story of Buddy Cianci, America's Most Notorious Mayor, Some Wiseguys, and the Feds, by Mike Stanton (Random House, 384 pages, $24.95). The vast majority of men and women I have known in politics and government, I believe, have been honorable. But the brigands are more interesting.
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By Jim Henneman and Jim Henneman,Sun Staff Writer | January 31, 1995
Whenever the impasse on free-agent signings is lifted, the Orioles and Cincinnati Reds are expected to be the top bidders for Mike Stanton, the former Atlanta Braves left-handed reliever.Seth Levinson, the New York-based agent who handles Stanton's negotiations, confirmed last night that the Orioles had made "a very fair offer." But he wouldn't say if they are the front-runner."What baseball player wouldn't want to play for the Orioles?" asked Levinson. "What player wouldn't want to play for Peter Angelos?"
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By Michael Pakenham | August 17, 2003
A substantial majority of my long, happy career in newspapering has been devoted to stories that vilify miscreants and malefactors in public life. That's why I have a particular interest in books such as The Prince of Providence: The True Story of Buddy Cianci, America's Most Notorious Mayor, Some Wiseguys, and the Feds, by Mike Stanton (Random House, 384 pages, $24.95). The vast majority of men and women I have known in politics and government, I believe, have been honorable. But the brigands are more interesting.
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July 21, 2003
Who's hot Orlando Cabrera of the Expos is batting .328 (21-for-64) during his team-high 15-game hit ting streak. Who's not Eric Byrnes of the Athletics is 5-for-57 (.088) in July, dropping his average from .334 to .290. Line of the day Mike Stanton, Mets P IP R H BB SO 1/3 5 5 0 0 He said it "I'm never going to complain about six runs in an inning, even if I have to sit there for a half-hour." Mike Mussina, Yankees pitcher, who lost his shutout after the rally On deck The Brewers' next victory will be their 40th, a total they didn't reach last season until Aug. 7.
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By Roch Kubatko | October 1, 2002
Anaheim Angels vs. New York Yankees Schedule (best of five) Today: Anaheim (Jarrod Washburn 18-6) at New York (Roger Clemens 13-6), 8:17 p.m. (chs. 45, 5) Tomorrow: Anaheim (Kevin Appier 14-12) at New York (Andy Pettitte 13-5), 8:17 p.m. (chs. 45, 5) Friday: New York (Mike Mussina 18-10) at Anaheim (Ramon Ortiz 15-9), 8:17 p.m. (chs. 45, 5) Saturday*: New York (David Wells 19-7) at Anaheim (John Lackey 9-4) Sunday*: Anaheim (Washburn) at New York (Clemens) *-if necessary; times TBA Matchups Starting lineup: Anaheim might be the scrappiest team in baseball, with leadoff man David Eckstein (.293)
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By Joe Christensen and Joe Christensen,SUN STAFF | September 11, 2002
NEW YORK - Maybe it's fatigue. Maybe it's a loss of confidence. Maybe it's a combination of both. As the losses mount and the offensive struggles continue, the Orioles are running out of ways to explain their recent funk. Yesterday afternoon, the New York Yankees made three errors and misplayed another ball into a double. Final score: Yankees 5, Orioles 2. Then last night, in Game 2 of the doubleheader at Yankee Stadium, New York pretty much fielded its B squad. Final score: Yankees 3, Orioles 1. The Orioles have now lost 16 of their past 17 games, and six in a row. After being in sole possession of third place in the American League East since April 27, they now find themselves in a third-place tie with the Toronto Blue Jays.
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By Joe Strauss and Joe Strauss,SUN STAFF | May 13, 2001
NEW YORK - Like some pitching innocent, Josh Towers looked to the Bronx sky and pointed at the ball as it soared above and past him. Surely one of his mates would find the ball, run it down, catch it, then jog from the field to hit the ball themselves. But the shrinking white ball never came down. It just kept going and going before disappearing behind a blue wall in right-center field about 400 feet away to give New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter a two-out, three-run home run. The blast broke an eighth-inning tie and the fresh-faced Towers' anticipation.
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July 13, 1998
Quote: "They had to give me directions from the bullpen how to get back out there. They just said go to the bump. It took me a second, but I found it." -- Yankees reliever Mike Stanton (4-0), who pitched the final 1 1/3 innings for a victory yesterday. It was his first appearance since ending a five-game suspension for hitting the Orioles' Eric Davis with a pitch on June 15.It's a fact: The consecutive homers by Magglio Ordonez and Wil Cordero yesterday were the seventh for the White Sox this season.
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By Joe Christensen and Joe Christensen,SUN STAFF | September 11, 2002
NEW YORK - Maybe it's fatigue. Maybe it's a loss of confidence. Maybe it's a combination of both. As the losses mount and the offensive struggles continue, the Orioles are running out of ways to explain their recent funk. Yesterday afternoon, the New York Yankees made three errors and misplayed another ball into a double. Final score: Yankees 5, Orioles 2. Then last night, in Game 2 of the doubleheader at Yankee Stadium, New York pretty much fielded its B squad. Final score: Yankees 3, Orioles 1. The Orioles have now lost 16 of their past 17 games, and six in a row. After being in sole possession of third place in the American League East since April 27, they now find themselves in a third-place tie with the Toronto Blue Jays.
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By Roch Kubatko | October 1, 2002
Anaheim Angels vs. New York Yankees Schedule (best of five) Today: Anaheim (Jarrod Washburn 18-6) at New York (Roger Clemens 13-6), 8:17 p.m. (chs. 45, 5) Tomorrow: Anaheim (Kevin Appier 14-12) at New York (Andy Pettitte 13-5), 8:17 p.m. (chs. 45, 5) Friday: New York (Mike Mussina 18-10) at Anaheim (Ramon Ortiz 15-9), 8:17 p.m. (chs. 45, 5) Saturday*: New York (David Wells 19-7) at Anaheim (John Lackey 9-4) Sunday*: Anaheim (Washburn) at New York (Clemens) *-if necessary; times TBA Matchups Starting lineup: Anaheim might be the scrappiest team in baseball, with leadoff man David Eckstein (.293)
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By Joe Strauss and Roch Kubatko and Joe Strauss and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF Sun staff writer Peter Schmuck contributed to this article | June 18, 1998
Making a terse statement about what he considered "a dangerous act," American League president Gene Budig yesterday suspended New York Yankees reliever Mike Stanton for five games and imposed a $1,000 fine for hitting the Orioles' Eric Davis with a pitch Monday night.The suspension is scheduled to begin June 24. However, Stanton filed an immediate appeal through the players association that will be heard next week.Stanton said he was "shocked" by Budig's ruling and had not even considered the possibility of a suspension until Tuesday morning.
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By Jim Henneman and Jim Henneman,Sun Staff Writer | February 5, 1995
Jim Poole will be looking for positive signs that the 5 1/2 -month strike is nearing its conclusion -- and also trying to assess his immediate future.The left-handed reliever became an unrestricted free agent when the Orioles decided against making him a qualifying offer.With more than 600 players unsigned, Poole anticipates a mad scramble once the dispute is resolved."It's going to be wild," he said. "I don't think anybody knows what to expect."On the one hand, you can see the glut [of available talent]
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