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July 27, 2009
Royals@Orioles 7 p.m. [MASN2] Bruce Chen (left) goes against one of his former teams. Kansas City also has Orioles pitching rejects Sidney Ponson and John Bale. If tonight's O's starter Rich Hill (7.64 ERA) doesn't watch it, he, too, could become a Royal someday.
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July 27, 2009
Royals@Orioles 7 p.m. [MASN2] Bruce Chen (left) goes against one of his former teams. Kansas City also has Orioles pitching rejects Sidney Ponson and John Bale. If tonight's O's starter Rich Hill (7.64 ERA) doesn't watch it, he, too, could become a Royal someday.
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August 11, 2005
WHO'S HOT Andruw Jones of the Braves equaled his career high of 37 homers (in 2000 and 2003) with two more last night. WHO'S NOT Rich Hill of the Cubs has allowed 13 runs and 11 hits in his past two starts, totaling 4 1/3 innings.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and Jeff Zrebiec,jeff.zrebiec@baltsun.com | July 23, 2009
NEW YORK - - Orioles manager Dave Trembley said he will meet with president of baseball operations Andy MacPhail on Friday in Boston to discuss the status of struggling pitcher Rich Hill. With a day off today before beginning a weekend series against the Boston Red Sox, the Orioles could skip Hill's next turn in the rotation or they could make a more drastic move and release the pitcher or designate him for assignment. Trembley said after Hill's start Tuesday, in which he allowed five runs in three-plus innings, that the pitcher has been "extended every measure of patience by all of us."
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By Dan Connolly | May 27, 2009
Worst crowd ever Tuesday's announced crowd of 10,130 was the lowest in Camden Yards' 18-season history. With the game-time temperature at 54 degrees and a persistent, heavy rain throughout the night, the actual number of brave fans watching the game seemed to be much lower. The previous worst announced was 10,507, set on April 2, 2008, against the Tampa Bay Rays. Could have had a run Trailing 2-1 in the fourth, Melvin Mora led off the inning with a double but was stranded at third when he likely could have tied the game.
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By Dan Connolly and Dan Connolly,dan.connolly@baltsun.com | May 17, 2009
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Orioles closer George Sherrill walked slowly past starter Rich Hill's locker after the club's 3-2 win over the Kansas City Royals on Saturday night and turned. "Welcome back to the show," Sherrill deadpanned to Hill. "It's that easy, huh?" All Hill could do was smile. That's likely what Hill will be doing for the next several days. "It was satisfying in a lot of ways," said Hill, who in his first big league start since May 2, 2008, held the Royals to seven hits and two runs in 5 2/3 innings for his first win in 13 months.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and Jeff Zrebiec,jeff.zrebiec@baltsun.com | July 22, 2009
NEW YORK - -Rich Hill stood on the mound and stared toward the dugout, his shoulders slumped and his eyes fixed on approaching Orioles manager Dave Trembley. In an exercise that is becoming all too familiar in the early innings, Hill handed the ball to Trembley, unsure whether he'll ever get it back while wearing an Orioles uniform. "The writing is on the wall," Hill said. "It's not very difficult to see when you're going out there and not putting up good numbers." The Orioles have exercised extreme patience with the enigmatic left-hander, but his latest outing might finally be the one that costs him both his rotation and roster spots.
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By Dan Connolly and Dan Connolly,dan.connolly@baltsun.com | July 19, 2009
CHICAGO -- It wasn't a surprise for Rich Hill, and it wasn't supposed to be a glimpse into the future either. Hill was informed before Friday's game that he might be used for an inning so he could face live hitters before his first start of the second half Tuesday at Yankee Stadium. When the Orioles fell behind the Chicago White Sox, 10-5, after Friday's sixth inning, Hill got the call to enter in the seventh - his first big league relief appearance since Aug. 15, 2006, when he was with the Chicago Cubs.
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By JEFF ZREBIEC | July 5, 2009
HIS TIME Orioles rookie right-hander David Hernandez (2-2) justified his spot in the rotation Friday, holding the Los Angeles Angels to three runs in 6 2/3 innings in his second career victory. Hernandez surrendered six hits and walked two before Jim Johnson and George Sherrill got the final seven outs. HUFF DADDY DELIVERS The Orioles' top four hitters went a combined 1-for-16 in Thursday's series-opening loss, but they certainly were heard from Friday. Aubrey Huff slammed a three-run homer off Angels starter Ervin Santana in the third inning, Nick Markakis went 2-for-4 with two runs scored and an RBI, Adam Jones reached base three times and scored two runs, and Brian Roberts got a hit and scored an important insurance run to end a 2-for-29 slide.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and Jeff Zrebiec,jeff.zrebiec@baltsun.com | June 24, 2009
MIAMI - -This was the last way that the Orioles wanted their five-game winning streak and one of their most improbable comebacks of the season to end. Trailing by three runs with two outs and nobody on in the ninth, the Orioles strung together five straight singles to tie a game that minutes earlier they appeared to have no chance of winning. However, they were forced to trudge off the field in the bottom of the 12th as the Florida Marlins celebrated a 7-6 victory before what remained of an announced 10,222 on Tuesday night at Land Shark Stadium.
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