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March 17, 1991
Baseball Baltimore Orioles -- Assigned P Chris Myers, P Dan Boone (0-0, 2.79 in 9 2/3 innings), P Arthur Rhodes, C Mike Eberle, C Doug Robbins, IF Pat Austin, IF Shane Turner, OF Rodney Lofton, OF Paul Carey and OF Tony Chance to minor-league camp.Pittsburgh Pirates -- Optioned P Rosario Rodriguez to Class AA Carolina.BasketballDetroit Pistons -- Signed G Gerald Henderson to contract for rest of season.
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By Mike Klingaman, The Baltimore Sun | June 9, 2013
June 12, 1993: A 10-game winning streak, their longest in six years, lifts the Orioles over .500 for the first time. Paul Carey gets three hits as the Birds score four runs in the top of the ninth to defeat the Boston Red Sox, 5-1. June 13, 1985: The Orioles (29-26) sack manager Joe Altobelli, who led them to the 1983 world championship, and rehire Earl Weaver, who led them to the 1970 title. "We tried to get the best guy we could," club owner Edward Bennett Williams says, "and we simply got a guy who's the best.
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By Special to THE Sun Special to The Sun WINSTON-SALEM, N.C | April 18, 1991
NEW BRITAIN, Conn. -- Paul Carey and Ken Shamburg each had run-scoring doubles to lead the Hagerstown Suns over the New Britain Red Sox, 5-3, last night in a Class AA Eastern League game.Carey, Shamburg push Suns by Red Sox, 5-3HAGERSTOWN WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. -- The Frederick Keys scored three runs in the top of the ninth inning to break a tie game and defeat the Winston-Salem Spirits, 6-3, last night in a Class A Carolina League game.Keys top Spirits, 6-3, with 3-run ninthFREDERICK
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By PHIL JACKMAN | March 6, 1995
LANDOVER -- When a kid shows up in the big time, no matter the sport involved, he's expected to have some fear, awe and timidity in his traveling bag, along with hope and expectation. This is especially so if the lad is only two years removed from high school.So what is it with this new goaltender the Washington Capitals are featuring these days? Maybe Jim Carey forgot he's 20 years old and he's not supposed to have all this self-assurance and composure yet.Three times in the first few minutes of a NHL game against the Caps last night, the Stanley Cup champ New York Rangers sent guys in on Carey on breakaways.
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By Milton Kent and Milton Kent,Staff Writer | June 25, 1993
When Damon Buford got the news yesterday that Paul Carey, not he, would be returning to the minor leagues to make room for Sherman Obando on the Orioles' roster, he handled it as if he had just won the lottery."
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By Mike Klingaman, The Baltimore Sun | June 9, 2013
June 12, 1993: A 10-game winning streak, their longest in six years, lifts the Orioles over .500 for the first time. Paul Carey gets three hits as the Birds score four runs in the top of the ninth to defeat the Boston Red Sox, 5-1. June 13, 1985: The Orioles (29-26) sack manager Joe Altobelli, who led them to the 1983 world championship, and rehire Earl Weaver, who led them to the 1970 title. "We tried to get the best guy we could," club owner Edward Bennett Williams says, "and we simply got a guy who's the best.
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By Peter Schmuck and Peter Schmuck,Staff Writer | August 1, 1993
Left fielder Brady Anderson was held out of the lineup last night after jamming a finger in the first game of the series against the Boston Red Sox.Anderson injured the little finger on his right hand making a headfirst dive for third base in the eighth inning of Friday night's game. He land- Orioles notebooked badly and added another injury to a long list of physical problems that have plagued him this year.X-rays taken late yesterday afternoon showed no fracture, so his playing status is day to day."
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,Sun Staff Correspondent | March 16, 1991
FORT MYERS, Fla. -- Craig Worthington said he is "getting back to basics" in his attempt to regain his foothold on the Baltimore Orioles' third-base job."I know I've got to come in and establish myself all over again," Worthington said. "And I've got to take it slow. Last year snowballed on me. I was trying to make things up too fast."Worthington is being challenged for the position by Leo Gomez, who is batting .333 and leads the team with six RBI.The incumbent was The Sporting News Rookie of the Year in 1989, but slipped to a .226 batting average last season, hitting only .198 with runners in scoring position.
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By Peter Schmuck and Peter Schmuck,Sun Staff Correspondent | March 17, 1991
PORT CHARLOTTE, Fla. -- Sam Horn continues to force the issue. He wants to be the Baltimore Orioles' full-time designated hitter, and he has made quite a case for himself in the first two weeks of the Grapefruit League exhibition season.Horn hit two stand-up triples in a three-hit, six-RBI performance that led the Orioles to a 10-7 victory in 10 innings over the Texas Rangers yesterday at Charlotte County Stadium.Horn brought the Orioles back from a three-run deficit with a bases-loaded triple in the sixth and put them ahead with an RBI single in the eighth.
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By Jim Henneman and Jim Henneman,Sun Staff Writer | February 26, 1994
SARASOTA, Fla. -- Last year, when Sherman Obando put on a batting practice exhibition like he did here yesterday, it drew a lot of attention. This time, it goes unnoticed.Almost."He put on a show," said Orioles manager Johnny Oates. "It was just like last year. He wasn't hitting them onto the grass [behind the fence], he hit them into the parking lot."He had a couple of guys who didn't know who he was 'oohing and aahing,' " said Oates. "Jim Poole wasn't trying to get him out, he was just laying the ball in there -- but it was still an impressive performance.
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By KEN ROSENTHAL | February 28, 1994
SARASOTA, Fla. -- Brian DuBois walked by Paul Carey on Saturday and stared at the No. 88 jersey still hanging in his locker."Not yet?" DuBois asked. "You're not going to do it?"It was the burning question of camp.When would Carey give No. 88 to Rene Gonzales?The answer finally came yesterday, when Carey walked onto the field at Twin Lakes Park wearing No. 77, with Gonzales strutting like a peacock in his old No. 88.Phew, glad that's over with.Peter Angelos bought the Orioles a new first baseman, a new third baseman, a new starting pitcher and a new closer.
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By Jim Henneman and Jim Henneman,Sun Staff Writer | February 26, 1994
SARASOTA, Fla. -- Last year, when Sherman Obando put on a batting practice exhibition like he did here yesterday, it drew a lot of attention. This time, it goes unnoticed.Almost."He put on a show," said Orioles manager Johnny Oates. "It was just like last year. He wasn't hitting them onto the grass [behind the fence], he hit them into the parking lot."He had a couple of guys who didn't know who he was 'oohing and aahing,' " said Oates. "Jim Poole wasn't trying to get him out, he was just laying the ball in there -- but it was still an impressive performance.
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By Peter Schmuck and Peter Schmuck,Staff Writer | August 1, 1993
Left fielder Brady Anderson was held out of the lineup last night after jamming a finger in the first game of the series against the Boston Red Sox.Anderson injured the little finger on his right hand making a headfirst dive for third base in the eighth inning of Friday night's game. He land- Orioles notebooked badly and added another injury to a long list of physical problems that have plagued him this year.X-rays taken late yesterday afternoon showed no fracture, so his playing status is day to day."
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By Milton Kent and Milton Kent,Staff Writer | June 25, 1993
When Damon Buford got the news yesterday that Paul Carey, not he, would be returning to the minor leagues to make room for Sherman Obando on the Orioles' roster, he handled it as if he had just won the lottery."
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By Patti Singer Baysox: Holland makes grade | May 30, 1993
O'Donoghue flourishes, with help of MoyerROCHESTER, N.Y. -- John O'Donoghue led the International League with 62 strikeouts in 65 2/3 innings, a feat he attributed to his changeup and conversations with new Oriole Jamie Moyer.Moyer, in his 10th season, served as mentor to O'Donoghue, a fourth-year pro. "I can relate to him because he's left-handed," said O'Donoghue. "We throw similar, although he has a much better changeup. We're both breaking-ball pitchers."O'Donoghue, who came up to Triple-A last year with the reputation as a curveball/changeup specialist, has developed his fastball and slider.
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By Jim Henneman and Jim Henneman,Staff Writer | May 31, 1992
OAKLAND, Calif. -- There's a chance the Orioles, for the second time in the past four years, will end up with the highest-rated prospect in the country when baseball opens its annual free agent draft tomorrow.Stanford outfielder Jeffrey Hammonds is the consensus top talent among scouts. But the shaky financial condition of the teams drafting in the first three positions could leave him available when the Orioles make their selection in the fourth position.That the Orioles would consider paying big money to an unproven draft choice could be considered contradictory in light of their slow movement in attempts to re-sign shortstop Cal Ripken, who is eligible to become a free agent at the end of the year.
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By PHIL JACKMAN | March 6, 1995
LANDOVER -- When a kid shows up in the big time, no matter the sport involved, he's expected to have some fear, awe and timidity in his traveling bag, along with hope and expectation. This is especially so if the lad is only two years removed from high school.So what is it with this new goaltender the Washington Capitals are featuring these days? Maybe Jim Carey forgot he's 20 years old and he's not supposed to have all this self-assurance and composure yet.Three times in the first few minutes of a NHL game against the Caps last night, the Stanley Cup champ New York Rangers sent guys in on Carey on breakaways.
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By Patti Singer Baysox: Holland makes grade | May 30, 1993
O'Donoghue flourishes, with help of MoyerROCHESTER, N.Y. -- John O'Donoghue led the International League with 62 strikeouts in 65 2/3 innings, a feat he attributed to his changeup and conversations with new Oriole Jamie Moyer.Moyer, in his 10th season, served as mentor to O'Donoghue, a fourth-year pro. "I can relate to him because he's left-handed," said O'Donoghue. "We throw similar, although he has a much better changeup. We're both breaking-ball pitchers."O'Donoghue, who came up to Triple-A last year with the reputation as a curveball/changeup specialist, has developed his fastball and slider.
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By Special to THE Sun Special to The Sun WINSTON-SALEM, N.C | April 18, 1991
NEW BRITAIN, Conn. -- Paul Carey and Ken Shamburg each had run-scoring doubles to lead the Hagerstown Suns over the New Britain Red Sox, 5-3, last night in a Class AA Eastern League game.Carey, Shamburg push Suns by Red Sox, 5-3HAGERSTOWN WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. -- The Frederick Keys scored three runs in the top of the ninth inning to break a tie game and defeat the Winston-Salem Spirits, 6-3, last night in a Class A Carolina League game.Keys top Spirits, 6-3, with 3-run ninthFREDERICK
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By Peter Schmuck and Peter Schmuck,Sun Staff Correspondent | March 17, 1991
PORT CHARLOTTE, Fla. -- Sam Horn continues to force the issue. He wants to be the Baltimore Orioles' full-time designated hitter, and he has made quite a case for himself in the first two weeks of the Grapefruit League exhibition season.Horn hit two stand-up triples in a three-hit, six-RBI performance that led the Orioles to a 10-7 victory in 10 innings over the Texas Rangers yesterday at Charlotte County Stadium.Horn brought the Orioles back from a three-run deficit with a bases-loaded triple in the sixth and put them ahead with an RBI single in the eighth.
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