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By Jeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun | May 30, 2010
In an all-around brutal weekend for the Orioles, not even reliever Will Ohman was exempt from the team's struggles. Ohman, who hadn't given up a run in his first 25 outings this season -- which was the longest active streak in the majors -- served up two solo homers in the eighth inning of the Orioles' 6-1 loss to the Toronto Blue Jays on Sunday, which completed a three-game sweep. "I wasn't going Roger Maris and having hair fall out or anything," said Ohman, who had gone 15 2/3 innings without giving up a run. "It was nice while it lasted.
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By Dan Connolly, The Baltimore Sun | July 31, 2010
With minutes remaining before Saturday's nonwaiver trade deadline, the Orioles pulled off their second deal in three days, sending left-handed reliever Will Ohman to the Florida Marlins for Triple-A right-hander Rick VandenHurk. VandenHurk, a 25-year-old from the Netherlands who has been shuttled between Triple-A and the majors the past four seasons, will go into Triple-A Norfolk's rotation and likely will be promoted to Baltimore later this season. He is 8-9 with a 5.96 ERA in 35 major league games (32 starts)
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By Jeff Zrebiec and Baltimore Sun reporter | February 9, 2010
A little more than a week before the first workout for pitchers and catchers, the Orioles added another left-hander to their bullpen competition, signing veteran Will Ohman to a minor league deal with an invitation to big league spring training. Ohman, 32, had a 5.84 ERA in 21 appearances for the Los Angeles Dodgers in an injury-shortened 2009. For his big league career, which spans parts of seven seasons and 324 appearances, Ohman has held left-handed hitters to a .204 average.
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By Jeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun | July 30, 2010
While the volume of phone calls that Orioles officials have been getting has increased in recent days, president of baseball operations Andy MacPhail said Friday that the likelihood of him making another deal before today's 4 p.m. deadline is not high. "We've had a lot of conversations," MacPhail said. "I have no idea where they are going or if anything will come from them. It's not like the phone is dead, but I wouldn't see anything that I characterize as likely at this point. " Thursday's trade of third baseman Miguel Tejada to the San Diego Padres for minor league pitcher Wynn Pelzer leaves infielder Ty Wigginton and reliever Will Ohman as the team's top two remaining trade chips.
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June 25, 2008
On June 23, 2008, ALICE O. ANDERSON (nee Ohman) after a short illness. Daughter of the late Jon and Hilma Ohman. Mother of Patricia P. Murray and Michael J. Murray. Sister of Edith O. Morris and the late Florence Longbottom and Vincent Ohman. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Shock Trauma, c/o UMMS, 110 S. Paca Street, Baltimore, MD, 21201. Services private.
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By Dennis O'Brien and Dennis O'Brien,SUN STAFF | March 14, 1997
An Anne Arundel circuit judge has postponed ruling on the insanity plea of a Bowie man charged in the 1995 shooting death of a Gambrills service station manager.Blake Allen Ohman, 38, who lived with his mother in the 3000 block of Tanbark Lane, is charged with first-degree murder in the slaying of Patrick William Clements Dec. 21, 1995.Clements, of the 1600 block of Midland Road, Edgewater, was shot to death at the Exxon station at Route 3 and Waugh Chapel Road.Ohman entered an insanity plea yesterday before Judge Clayton Greene Jr. after psychiatrists at Clifton T. Perkins Hospital Center determined that he lacked the mental capacity to intentionally commit murder.
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By Dennis O'Brien and Dennis O'Brien,SUN STAFF | April 5, 1997
A 38-year-old Bowie man has been declared insane and thus not criminally responsible in the 1995 fatal shooting of a Gambrills gas station manager.Anne Arundel Circuit Judge Clayton Greene Jr. Friday ordered Blake Allen Ohman confined to Clifton T. Perkins Hospital.The judge based his ruling on the findings of Dr. Marie Haine, a Perkins forensic psychiatrist, who reported that Ohman is schizophrenic and was operating under a delusion when he shot his former boss at point-blank range early on Dec. 21, 1995.
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By TaNoah V. Sterling and Kris Antonelli and TaNoah V. Sterling and Kris Antonelli,SUN STAFF Sun staff writer Dennis O'Brien contributed to this article | December 22, 1995
A Bowie man was in the Anne Arundel County jail last night on charges that he killed a former co-worker at a Gambrills Exxon station with several shotgun blasts, then led police on a 25-mile chase through South County before barricading himself in a house under construction.Blake Allen Ohman, who is 37 today and lived with his mother in the 3000 block of Tanbark Lane, was charged with first-degree murder of the gas station employee and attempted murder of a Southern District officer who chased him through woods off Harwood Road.
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By Bill Glauber and Bill Glauber,Staff Writer | February 21, 1993
The blood gushes from John Ohman's nostrils, pouring a red river across his upper lip, dribbling down into his mouth, bubbling back onto his chin and finally collecting in pink puddles on the front of his gold T-shirt.Twenty seconds to go, behind on points, and Ohman, the plebe, is in trouble.He is flailing, now, punching the air, searching for Troy Turner, a senior, a leader of leaders at the Naval Academy.Ohman misses with a right. And then a left.The clock keeps ticking.All Turner must do to win is retreat, to stand as the final bell sounds.
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By Dan Connolly, The Baltimore Sun | May 27, 2010
Miguel Tejada is often touted as a "high energy" ballplayer, but the Orioles third baseman said he learned from the best, his former Dominican Winter League teammate and ex-big league pitcher Jose Lima. When Lima died Sunday of a massive heart attack at age 37, Tejada was crestfallen. "He was the happiest guy you'd ever see. He always had energy. He was always happy, he was never mad," said Tejada, who played several seasons with Lima for Aguilas, a DWL power. "And that's why we all hurt.
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By Jeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun | July 3, 2010
The ball deflected softly off Daniel Nava's bat and hung in the air seemingly forever as three Orioles frantically gave chase, trying to preserve a tie game into the ninth inning and salvage one of Brad Bergesen's best outings of the season. Right fielder Nick Markakis sprinted forward, first baseman Ty Wigginton hustled back and second baseman Julio Lugo angled his way into shallow right field. A couple of steps before all three Orioles converged, Nava's cue shot landed, and just like that, the positives of the evening -- a strong outing by Bergesen, a rare solid team defensive performance and an even rarer homer by Markakis -- were forgotten.
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By Jeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun | May 30, 2010
In an all-around brutal weekend for the Orioles, not even reliever Will Ohman was exempt from the team's struggles. Ohman, who hadn't given up a run in his first 25 outings this season -- which was the longest active streak in the majors -- served up two solo homers in the eighth inning of the Orioles' 6-1 loss to the Toronto Blue Jays on Sunday, which completed a three-game sweep. "I wasn't going Roger Maris and having hair fall out or anything," said Ohman, who had gone 15 2/3 innings without giving up a run. "It was nice while it lasted.
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By Dan Connolly, The Baltimore Sun | May 27, 2010
Miguel Tejada is often touted as a "high energy" ballplayer, but the Orioles third baseman said he learned from the best, his former Dominican Winter League teammate and ex-big league pitcher Jose Lima. When Lima died Sunday of a massive heart attack at age 37, Tejada was crestfallen. "He was the happiest guy you'd ever see. He always had energy. He was always happy, he was never mad," said Tejada, who played several seasons with Lima for Aguilas, a DWL power. "And that's why we all hurt.
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By Jeff Zrebiec | jeff.zrebiec@baltsun.com | March 12, 2010
Orioles manager Dave Trembley insists that it's purely coincidental. Pitching coach Rick Kranitz, however, smiles knowingly. Whether the Orioles' bullpen alignment this spring has been purposefully scripted or not depends on whom you believe. However, it sure seems like every time Dennis Sarfate pitches, it's right before Matt Albers or right after Cla Meredith. Every time Will Ohman pitches, Kam Mickolio enters the game next. The candidates for the Orioles' two or three bullpen vacancies have certainly gotten a close look at their competition, and Kranitz hopes that they're all paying attention.
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By Jeff Zrebiec | jeff.zrebiec@baltsun.com | February 10, 2010
A little more than a week before the first workout for pitchers and catchers, the Orioles added another left-hander to their bullpen competition, signing veteran Will Ohman to a minor league deal with an invitation to big league spring training. Ohman, 32, had a 5.84 ERA in 21 appearances for the Los Angeles Dodgers in an injury-shortened 2009. For his big league career, which spans parts of seven seasons and 324 appearances, Ohman has held left-handed hitters to a .204 average.
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By From staff reports | February 9, 2010
The Orioles today announced they have re-signed free agent left-handed pitcher Mark Hendrickson to a one-year contract for the 2010 season with a club option for the 2011 season. Details of the contract were worked out last week pending a physical. Earlier today the team announced it had agreed on a deal with 32-year old left-hander Will Ohman. Hendrickson, 35, went 6-5 with a 4.37 ERA in 53 games, including 11 starts, for the Orioles in 2009. In 42 relief appearances, Hendrickson was 4-0 with a 3.44 ERA. Hendrickson is the only major league pitcher to make at least 10 starts and five relief appearances in each of the last four seasons.
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By Jeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun | July 3, 2010
The ball deflected softly off Daniel Nava's bat and hung in the air seemingly forever as three Orioles frantically gave chase, trying to preserve a tie game into the ninth inning and salvage one of Brad Bergesen's best outings of the season. Right fielder Nick Markakis sprinted forward, first baseman Ty Wigginton hustled back and second baseman Julio Lugo angled his way into shallow right field. A couple of steps before all three Orioles converged, Nava's cue shot landed, and just like that, the positives of the evening -- a strong outing by Bergesen, a rare solid team defensive performance and an even rarer homer by Markakis -- were forgotten.
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January 13, 2010
Edith Morris Mrs. Morris donated her body to science and her ashes will reside in the State Anatomy Board's dedicated gravesite on the grounds of the Springfield State Hospital in Sykesville, Maryland.
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