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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF | February 24, 2000
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. -- It won't happen the first week of the season, but soon after, Orioles manager Mike Hargrove will call upon his fifth starter. He knows the date. He just needs to come up with a name. Pat Rapp? He was signed as a free agent in January with those responsibilities in mind. Jose Mercedes? He brings some experience, a sound arm and a glowing report from the Dominican Republic. Calvin Maduro? He has limited time on the job. Most pressing, he has no options. Radhames Dykhoff?
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By Joe Strauss | July 27, 2001
Scouting report: Orioles vs. Angels At Edison International Field of Anaheim (Calif.) Day Time TV Starters Tonight 10:05 54, 50 RHP Jason Johnson (9-6, 3.18) vs. LHP Scott Schoeneweis (7-8, 5.04) Tomorrow 10:05 54, 50 RHP Willis Roberts (7-8, 5.21) vs. RHP Pat Rapp (3-9, 4.63) Sunday 8:05 None RHP Jose Mercedes (4-12, 6.02) vs. RHP Ismael Valdes (7-5, 3.94) Radio: All games on WBAL (1090 AM) Angels update The Angels entered last night having won eight of 10. Their surge includes three wins in a four-game series at Camden Yards last weekend.
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April 25, 2000
Opponent: Chicago White Sox Site: Comiskey Park, Chicago Time: 8: 05 TV/Radio: HTS/WBAL (1090 AM) Starters: Orioles' Pat Rapp (2-0, 3.50) vs. White Sox's Mike Sirotka (2-1, 4.80)
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By JOE STRAUSS | July 20, 2001
At Oriole Park at Camden Yards Day ........... Time ...... TV ......... Starters Tonight ........7:05 .... Ch. 13 ...... RHP Ramon Ortiz (7-7, 4.30) ...........................................vs. RHP Josh Towers (6-4, 2.78) Tomorrow ..... 7:05 ... Ch. 54/50.... RHP Pat Rapp (3-9, 4.78) ...........................................vs. RHP Willis Roberts (7-7, 4.98) Sunday ........ 1:35 ... Ch. 13/50 ... LHP Scott Schoeneweis (7-8, 4.91) .......................................... vs. RHP Jason Johnson (8-6, 3.36)
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By Roch Kubatko | September 18, 2000
Scouting report: Athletics vs. Orioles At Oriole Park at Camden Yards Day ......................Time .......... TV ................ Starters Tonight ..................7:05 ......... HTS .......... Kevin Appier (13-11, 4.63 ERA) ................................................... vs. Pat Rapp (8-11, 5.77) Tomorrow, Gm. 1 ........1:35 ........54, 50 ..... Gil Heredia (14-11, 4.14) ........................................................ vs. undecided Tomorrow, Gm. 2 .......7:05 .....
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By Joe Strauss | July 31, 1998
At Kauffman Stadium, Kansas City, Mo.:0Day .. .. .. .. Time .. .. TV .. .. .. StartersTonight .. .. ..8:05 .. ..13, 50 .. ..Scott Erickson (11-8, 3.82).. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..vs. Jose Rosado (5-8, 4.04)Tomorrow .. .. .8:05 .. ..54, 50 .. ..Scott Kamieniecki (2-3, 6.75).. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..vs. Pat Rapp (9-10, 4.92)Sunday .. .. .. 2:05 .. ..13, 50 .. ..Sidney Ponson (4-6, 5.96).. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..vs. Glendon Rusch (6-13, 5.74)Royals updateThe eternally rebuilding Royals are winding down a season-long 13-game homestand that has dropped them further within the toothless AL Central.
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By Joe Strauss | August 13, 2000
Melvin Mora - UP - So what if he doesn't have a position? He's raking. Rapper - DOWN - Pat Rapp has won three of his past 18 starts, and the meter's running on his incentive-laden contract. Today's start in Kansas City could be his swan song. Go-Go Orioles - UP - Eight triples in their first eight games after the fire sale compared with only seven in 115 games before. And which team ranks second in the AL in steals? Believe it. Jose Mercedes - UP - The Orioles were ready to dump this guy two months ago; now he's their only winning starter.
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By Joe Strauss and Joe Strauss,SUN STAFF | September 19, 2000
Pulled in opposite directions by the gravity of their respective situations, the Orioles and Oakland Athletics provided an exercise in the inevitable last night at Camden Yards. The Orioles failed to entertain a record-low announced Camden Yards crowd but succeeded in infuriating manager Mike Hargrove by losing a brief lead, losing their intensity and ultimately losing in embarrassing fashion to the A's, 12-3, before a fraction of the 30,341 who paid. Orioles starting pitcher Pat Rapp (8-12)
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By Joe Strauss and Joe Strauss,SUN STAFF | September 14, 2000
ARLINGTON, Texas - Four swings and no twinges in last night's 7 1/2 innings against the Texas Rangers became Cal Ripken's loudest statement of a week when much was said but little resolved about his future. The 40-year-old third baseman's three singles, double and fourth-inning RBI couldn't touch the productivity of rookie first baseman Chris Richard, who piled on for five RBIs before the fifth inning. But Ripken's breakout on the final day of an exhausting two-week road trip suggests his bat has survived lower back pain that cost him more than one-third of the season.
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By Joe Strauss and Joe Strauss,SUN STAFF | September 3, 2000
CLEVELAND -- Neither economical nor stylish, the Orioles' marathon 8-6 win over the Cleveland Indians yesterday at Jacobs Field at least revealed a young team determined and talented enough to swing and sometimes outrun its mistakes. Ending an eight-game losing streak at Jacobs Field that extended to 1998, the Orioles overcame a 2-0 deficit with eight runs after the fifth inning to find justice for starting pitcher Pat Rapp (7-10) and more evidence that a less intimidating lineup can compensate with timing.
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