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April 1, 2003
Stat of the day Big relief: Five Orioles relievers combined to allow one run and three hits in seven innings. He said it "It was a hard time, but the fans got a kick out of it. It was a little weird, but we got through it." Jerry Hairston, Orioles second baseman, on a snowy Opening Day on which the Orioles rallied twice in extra innings to win He said it "When I hit it, I saw it go up, but I didn't see it land. That will probably be on bloops and blunders." Ellis Burks, Indians designated hitter, on his third-inning RBI single to right field that got lost in the swirling snow On deck Tomorrow night: Left-handed starter Omar Daal is scheduled to make his Orioles debut.
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By Dan Connolly and The Baltimore Sun | July 11, 2013
Orioles first baseman Chris Davis understands that there are going to be whispers, and that those will grow louder if he continues his torrid home run pace. He is, after all, a muscle-rippling power hitter with video-game home run totals. He knows the steroid accusations are inevitable and will accompany his pursuit of home run records this season. “I think it sucks that guys in our day and age have to answer for mistakes that guys have made in the past. But it is part of it,” said Davis, who has 33 home runs in his first 92 games for the Orioles this season.
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By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | April 8, 2012
The Orioles are going for a 3-0 start and a season sweep of the Twins today at Camden Yards. Third baseman Mark Reynolds won't be in the lineup today. He took a batted ball of his left calf last night, but both Reynolds and manager Buck Showalter said he was able to play. Showalter said the reason is because he wants to get Wilson Betemit, today's third baseman, his first start in the field. Leftfielder Endy Chavez will also make his first start of the season. With the DH being able to move around, we've got some interchangable parts," Showalter said. "It's more about getting everybody on the field the first three days.
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By Joe Christensen and Joe Christensen,SUN STAFF | August 17, 2003
Jack Cust looked up last night and saw home plate sitting there, naked and unattended, without a Yankee in sight. It was the glimmering hope on the horizon. The long, eventful trip around the bases, the hideous fall -- none of it mattered now, because Cust was about to score the tying run for the Orioles. Twelfth inning, two outs, a sellout crowd of 48,499 at Camden Yards in delirium, and then it happened again. Cust fell down -- this time face-first -- Aaron Boone tagged him, and the New York Yankees escaped with a 5-4 victory.
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By Seth Boster and The Baltimore Sun | June 3, 2013
Before the Orioles' comeback 4-2 rubber match win over the Detroit Tigers at Camden Yards Sunday, a third-inning foul ball became a focus of struggle. In a video caught by MLB.com , a young Orioles fan is shown vainly reaching down from the stands for the ball only to have his reach come up short. As an usher motions for the fan to step back, a man emerges from further down the aisle with an umbrella, which he uses to successfully scoop the ball up. He goes on to raise the ball triumphant in his resourcefulness.
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