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By The Hartford Courant | April 26, 1994
NEW YORK -- Bob Ojeda's career with the New York Yankees ended yesterday.The Yankees designated Ojeda for reassignment to make room on the roster for reliever Paul Gibson, who was reinstated from the disabled list."
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By [STEPHANIE SHAPIRO] | January 21, 2007
BU Men's Boutique 2211 N. Charles St. Hours: noon-7 p.m. Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday; noon-9 p.m. Friday 410-889-1148 Four young men with a creative take on the world and an altruistic urge to upgrade menswear in Baltimore. That's the foundation for BU Men's Boutique, where customers will find sharp clothing, provocative art and a soundtrack that ranges from John Coltrane to the Ebony Rhythm Band to African artist Fela Kuti. Friends Aaron Greene, Raza Ojeda, Kevin Anderson and Carlos Brown opened BU last month in a townhouse space that they hope will become as much a gathering spot as a shopping destination.
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By Jim Henneman and Jim Henneman,Staff Writer | August 9, 1993
Bob Ojeda's pitching line against the Orioles Saturday night was unspectacular -- two innings, four hits, two runs. But it also was unimportant.What counted was that Ojeda -- the only survivor of a spring-training boating accident that killed teammates Steve Olin and Tim Crews -- was back, that somehow he managed to throw the ball with reasonable accuracy and that his first game with the Cleveland Indians was behind him."The one thing was . . ." Ojeda said at the start of a post-game news conference.
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By Joe Christensen and Joe Christensen,SUN STAFF | September 18, 2004
MINNEAPOLIS - Orioles closer Jorge Julio is still awaiting word from the commissioner's office on when he can appeal his four-game suspension for throwing a pitch at the head of Minnesota Twins infielder Augie Ojeda on Sept. 7. Yesterday, before the Orioles began a three-game series with the Twins, Julio continued to insist he didn't throw at Ojeda on purpose. Ojeda had to duck beneath the 98-mph fastball, which came one pitch after Julio surrendered a two-run, go-ahead homer to Michael Cuddyer.
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June 17, 1991
LOS ANGELES -- Bob Ojeda pitched a four-hitter for his first complete game in two seasons, as the Los Angeles Dodgers beat the St. Louis Cardinals, 7-2, yesterday.Ojeda (6-4) outdueled Ken Hill (6-4) for the second time in 12 days, walking three and striking out six. He also beat Hill, 1-0, in St. Louis with 7 1/3 innings of four-hit ball.Ojeda's last complete game was Sept. 8, 1989, a 7-2 victory over the Pittsburgh Pirates for the New York Mets. He retired the final 16 Cardinals in order.
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,SUN STAFF | August 30, 1999
He is a little dynamo who shows up every day to play to the ultimate of his abilities and hold together the Double-A Bowie Baysox infield with his consistency.Many of his successes never appear in box scores because he executes the plays that are most appreciated by managers and teammates, not fans who dwell on the spectacular.But there is no doubt that shortstop Augie Ojeda is a mainstay of the playoff-contending Baysox and a model for the team's younger players with his level-headed and hustling approach to the game.
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By Joe Christensen and Joe Christensen,SUN STAFF | September 18, 2004
MINNEAPOLIS - Orioles closer Jorge Julio is still awaiting word from the commissioner's office on when he can appeal his four-game suspension for throwing a pitch at the head of Minnesota Twins infielder Augie Ojeda on Sept. 7. Yesterday, before the Orioles began a three-game series with the Twins, Julio continued to insist he didn't throw at Ojeda on purpose. Ojeda had to duck beneath the 98-mph fastball, which came one pitch after Julio surrendered a two-run, go-ahead homer to Michael Cuddyer.
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By [STEPHANIE SHAPIRO] | January 21, 2007
BU Men's Boutique 2211 N. Charles St. Hours: noon-7 p.m. Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday; noon-9 p.m. Friday 410-889-1148 Four young men with a creative take on the world and an altruistic urge to upgrade menswear in Baltimore. That's the foundation for BU Men's Boutique, where customers will find sharp clothing, provocative art and a soundtrack that ranges from John Coltrane to the Ebony Rhythm Band to African artist Fela Kuti. Friends Aaron Greene, Raza Ojeda, Kevin Anderson and Carlos Brown opened BU last month in a townhouse space that they hope will become as much a gathering spot as a shopping destination.
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By Sheldon Ocker and Sheldon Ocker,Contributing Writer | May 17, 1993
Maybe they should call them the River City Indians. There's just not enough trouble in Cleveland to fulfill this baseball team's destiny.But general manager John Hart is no music man. Neither is manager Mike Hargrove. They're a couple of guys trying to make a go of it in the big leagues. And, so far, this year has been like one long dirty trick.And that's saying a lot for a club that hasn't won a pennant in 39 years, a club that hasn't even contended since 1959.It started in spring training with a boating accident that killed bullpen closer Steve Olin and middle reliever Tim Crews.
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By Jonathan Pitts and By Jonathan Pitts,Sun Staff | November 26, 2000
"Beyond the Game," by Gary Smith. Atlantic Monthly Press. 288 pages. $24. If you're a sports fan, you may remember Bob Ojeda. A left-handed pitcher, he toiled for five teams in 15 big-league seasons, pitched nearly 2,000 innings and went 18-5 for a New York Mets team that won the World Series in 1986. As managing legend Casey Stengel used to say, you could look it up. But as Gary Smith is fully aware, there's far more to any human being than what you can find in a baseball encyclopedia.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and Roch Kubatko and Jeff Zrebiec and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF | September 11, 2004
Orioles closer Jorge Julio has been suspended for four games and fined for intentionally throwing at the head of Minnesota Twins infielder Augie Ojeda on Tuesday. Julio, who was ejected in the top of the ninth inning after his 99 mph fastball sailed over the head of Ojeda - one pitch after giving up a two-run homer to Michael Cuddyer - appealed the ruling and is available in the Orioles' bullpen pending a decision. "I never tried to hit that guy in the face, in the head, whatever," said Julio, who personally apologized to Ojeda a day later.
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By Jonathan Pitts and By Jonathan Pitts,Sun Staff | November 26, 2000
"Beyond the Game," by Gary Smith. Atlantic Monthly Press. 288 pages. $24. If you're a sports fan, you may remember Bob Ojeda. A left-handed pitcher, he toiled for five teams in 15 big-league seasons, pitched nearly 2,000 innings and went 18-5 for a New York Mets team that won the World Series in 1986. As managing legend Casey Stengel used to say, you could look it up. But as Gary Smith is fully aware, there's far more to any human being than what you can find in a baseball encyclopedia.
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,SUN STAFF | August 30, 1999
He is a little dynamo who shows up every day to play to the ultimate of his abilities and hold together the Double-A Bowie Baysox infield with his consistency.Many of his successes never appear in box scores because he executes the plays that are most appreciated by managers and teammates, not fans who dwell on the spectacular.But there is no doubt that shortstop Augie Ojeda is a mainstay of the playoff-contending Baysox and a model for the team's younger players with his level-headed and hustling approach to the game.
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,SUN STAFF | August 10, 1998
The first thing one notices about Augie Ojeda is his almost-flawless glove work.Bowie's shortstop rarely makes a blunder in the field and has been named the best defensive infielder in the Orioles' farm system by Baseball America."
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | June 16, 1997
Augie Ojeda singled home the winning run in the bottom of the seventh inning for a 2-1 victory, as the host Bowie Baysox completed a doubleheader sweep over the Akron Aeros yesterday in the Double-A Eastern League.The Baysox won the first game, 9-7, when Bryan Bogle went 3-for-4 with three RBIs and Howie Clark added three hits and one RBI.Bowie reliever Chris Bennett (2-1) gave up two hits over 3 2/3 scoreless innings for the second-game victory, and Matt Snyder struck out two in the seventh for his 12th save.
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September 30, 1996
Mets: Lance Johnson had a first-inning double to boost his major-league-leading hits total to 227.Reds: Hal Morris went 2-for-5 to end the season on a 29-game hitting streak, the longest in the majors this year. The streak is the second longest in team history, trailing only Pete Rose's 44-game run in 1978. Cincinnati finished a perfect 75-0 when leading after eight innings.Dodgers: Completed their fourth straight season without having a left-handed pitcher start a game. It's been a big league-record 591 games since a left-hander started a game for Los Angeles -- Bob Ojeda opened against Cincinnati on Sept.
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September 30, 1996
Mets: Lance Johnson had a first-inning double to boost his major-league-leading hits total to 227.Reds: Hal Morris went 2-for-5 to end the season on a 29-game hitting streak, the longest in the majors this year. The streak is the second longest in team history, trailing only Pete Rose's 44-game run in 1978. Cincinnati finished a perfect 75-0 when leading after eight innings.Dodgers: Completed their fourth straight season without having a left-handed pitcher start a game. It's been a big league-record 591 games since a left-hander started a game for Los Angeles -- Bob Ojeda opened against Cincinnati on Sept.
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By KEN ROSENTHAL | March 24, 1993
CLERMONT, Fla. -- You can't find Little Lake Nellie on a map. You just drive to this central Florida town, and ask directions. "If you've got two minutes, you can follow us," a farmer told a reporter yesterday. "We're going to pick some fruit up there."Steve Olin got lost Monday trying to find Tim Crews' home on the lake, 40 miles west of Orlando. But it was the ClevelandIndians' only day off of the spring, and he promised his 3-year-old daughter, Alexa, he'd take her horseback riding. Crews owned six horses and nearly 50 acres of land.
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By LAURA LIPPMAN and LAURA LIPPMAN,SUN STAFF | October 19, 1995
The first time Bobby Ojeda saw Sheppard and Enoch Pratt Hospital, it wasn't at all what he expected. The mix of old and new buildings on the wooded hillside looked imposing to him, like something out of a Hollywood movie. It could have been a fancy private school, or a small college.But they don't send you to private school when you're a major league baseball pitcher struggling to get over seeing two teammates killed in a boating accident. Mr. Ojeda came to Sheppard Pratt in July 1993 because he had survived, but still wasn't living.
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By The Hartford Courant | April 26, 1994
NEW YORK -- Bob Ojeda's career with the New York Yankees ended yesterday.The Yankees designated Ojeda for reassignment to make room on the roster for reliever Paul Gibson, who was reinstated from the disabled list."
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