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By Peter Schmuck and Peter Schmuck,Staff Writer | October 5, 1992
CLEVELAND -- The 1992 season went much better than expected for the Orioles, but their third-place finish does not leave them much room to sit back and revel in past glory.Third place does not provide enough laurels for even a day's rest, so club officials will be back at work today formulating their plans for the winter and beyond."The off-season is going to be about 12 hours long," Orioles president Larry Lucchino said recently, and he apparently meant every word of it.He has scheduled extensive organizational meetings for today and tomorrow, no doubt hoping to get an early jump on the club's off-season improvement program.
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By Peter Schmuck and Peter Schmuck,Staff Writer | March 29, 1992
MIAMI -- Just when the departure of minor-league outfielder Darrell Sherman appeared to streamline the leadoff competition, manager John Oates threw a new name into the hat.First baseman Randy Milligan has been mentioned in passing as a possible leadoff man before, but Oates said yesterday that he is seriously considering using him in that role on occasion this season."
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February 24, 2011
April 17, 1992: Randy Milligan hits a pair of home runs against the Detroit Tigers to become the first player with a multi-homer game in Camden Yards history.
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March 12, 1991
BASEBALLAmerican League* Orioles -- Agreed to terms with Gregg Olson (pitcher) on a one-year contract. Renewed the contracts of Randy Milligan (first baseman) and Mike Devereaux (outfielder).* Toronto Blue Jays -- Sent Syeve Karsay and David Weathers (pitchers) and Jason Townley (catcher) to thier minor league camp for reassignement.National League* Houston Astros -- Agreed to terms with Pete Harnisch (pitcher) on a one-year contract.
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January 23, 1993
The Randy Milligan Charitable Fund will hold The Diamond Ball at Camden Yards tonight to benefit programs that help inner-city children with their moral, physical and educational development.The black-tie event, which is open to the public, begins at 7 p.m. An MVP reception, for invited guests, begins at 6 p.m. in the sky box of Orioles president Larry Lucchino. Special guests include Jada Pinkett, star of the television series "A Different World," and several Orioles players. There will be auctions of more than 50 sports-related items.
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April 26, 1991
He may not be hitting and he's no Carl Yastrzemski in left, but respondents to "It's Your Call" want to see Randy Milligan in leftfield, though they wouldn't mind seeing him alternate at first base either.Of 308 callers, 60 percent (184) said the Orioles should continue to play Milligan in leftfield. But nearly half the callers (148 of 303) said Milligan also should be alternated at first base with Glenn Davis on occasion."It's Your Call" represents a sampling of opinions from certain segments of the community, but it is not balanced demographically, as would be done in a scientific public opinion poll.
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April 2, 1993
There's little disputing that the 1993 Orioles are a talented team. But so are the 1993 ex-Orioles, especially on the mound:Starters: Dennis Martinez (Expos), Mike Morgan (Cubs), Curt Schilling (Phillies), Pete Harnisch (Astros), Jose Mesa (Indians)Relievers: Storm Davis (Athletics), John Habyan (Yankees), Jose Bautista (Cubs), Mike Boddicker (Royals)Catcher: Mickey Tettleton (Tigers)First base: Eddie Murray (Mets)Second base: Bill Ripken (Rangers)Shortstop: Juan Bell (Phillies)Third base: Rene Gonzales (Angels)
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By Peter Schmuck | August 31, 1992
There was little doubt that yesterday's triple play was made possible by a base-running mistake by Randy Milligan, who was running all the way from first on a long line drive by Mike Devereaux. It was an honest mistake, because it did not look as if Mariners right fielder Jay Buhner would be able to make a play.Milligan ran right up Brady Anderson's back between second and third, and Anderson was ruled out when he passed Milligan trying to go back to second base.The ball was relayed to shortstop Omar Vizquel, who stepped on second base (to no real effect, because Anderson was already out)
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By Milton Kent | May 23, 1992
Orioles first baseman Randy Milligan left last night's game with the California Angels in the eighth inning with a bruised right shoulder.Milligan was hurt when he fielded a tapper on the infield grass, then dove across the first-base bag to tag out Angels left fielder Luis Polonia.Milligan landed on the shoulder and left the game immediately. He was replaced by David Segui.After the game, Milligan returned to the clubhouse with an ice pack wrapped around his shoulder. He said the shoulder was "a little stiff," but that it shouldn't force him to miss any playing time.
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By Ken Rosenthal | August 25, 1992
As if he wasn't busy enough, agent Ron Shapiro last night caught a foul ball at Camden Yards -- only to have the feat ignored by public-address announcer Rex Barney.Shapiro, who sits in the first row on the far side of the visitors' dugout, was holding ice cream in his left hand when he caught a third-inning foul by Randy Milligan with his right.Barney normally yells, "Give that fan a contract!" under such circumstances. But in this particular case, he refrained.Shapiro didn't need a contract, not after negotiating a five-year, $30.5 million deal to keep Cal Ripken with the Orioles.
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