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By From Staff Reports | June 12, 1993
HARRISBURG, Pa. -- The Harrisburg Senators scored four runs in the fifth inning en route to a 6-4 win over the Bowie Baysox last night.Gabe White (4-1) pitched eight innings for the victory, and Rick Krivda (4-3), who carried a one-hitter into the fourth, gave up five hits, four runs and three walks and struck out eight.
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By COMPILED FROM INTERVIEWS AND OTHER NEWSPAPERS' REPORTS | April 30, 2006
When fans talk about the players the Orioles let get away - and let's face it, after eight losing seasons, it's a popular subject - the Seattle Mariners' Jamie Moyer always seems to be on that list. The soft-tossing left-hander was 25-22 for the Orioles from 1993 to 1995 before leaving for Boston as a free agent. "I enjoyed playing here for three years. It was a good experience," Moyer said. "I became a free agent and I guess they felt I didn't fit into their plans here, so I moved on."
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By JOE STRAUSS | September 7, 1997
Statistics through ThursdayUps and downsDavey Johnson -- DOWN -- For one week he fiddled while his bullpen burned.Rick Krivda -- UP -- The Orioles got a pleasant surprise when he came up huge Thursday.Mike Bordick -- UP -- He and Cal Ripken have six combined errors since the All-Star break. Forget his bat, his glove has never flinched.Pro Player Stadium -- DOWN -- Aka Joe Robbie Stadium. Death-defying pitching mound. Collapsible dugouts. By any name, it's a terrible place for baseball.Terry Mathews -- DOWN -- Has allowed earned runs in seven of his past 10 appearances.
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By Joe Strauss | March 18, 1998
Highlights and lowlights from the Orioles' 10-6 victory over the Florida Marlins yesterday in Fort Lauderdale, Fla.Ups and downsUps: Mike Bordick. No. 9 hitter slashed a home run and doubled for three RBIs. Tied for second on team with 13 hits.Downs: Ozzie Guillen. Projected 25th man hasn't lived up to his reputation with the glove and appears uncertain at second base. The mad hacker has more errors (2) than runs plus RBI (1).Ups: Rick Krivda. Questionable defense hurt him, but he still couldn't get through two innings.
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By BUSTER OLNEY | September 29, 1996
Playoff hopes * UP * They're going to Disney World!Rick Krivda * UP * His win over the Red Sox Wednesday will forever change the way he's looked at by this team.Cal Ripken * UP * Just as the playoffs are about to start, he's swinging the bat well again.Starting pitching * EVEN * Krivda and Rocky Coppinger were great this week, but David Wells and Mike Mussina must get squared away in a hurry if this team is going to make any impact in the postseason.Cleveland Indians * UP * Right now, they're the best team in the majors.
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July 3, 1993
Persistent rainfall and an outfield already muddy from absorbing too much water forced the Bowie Baysox to postpone their scheduled Eastern League game against New Britain last night.The game was rescheduled as part of a doubleheader tonight at Memorial Stadium, starting at 6:05 p.m."It was very, very wet," said Baysox manager Don Buford. "In right field, the water was over your shoe tops. If they had pulled the tarp, it would have taken at least a half-hour afterward. Then, if it rained at all during the game, it would have been impossible."
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By Buster Olney | July 30, 1995
The Orioles have several options in trying to fill the fifth spot of their rotation until Ben McDonald is ready to pitch again.Rick Krivda (left-hander): He'll stay as long as he pitches well.Arthur Rhodes (L): Could go back into the rotation, although he has been solid out of the bullpen.John DeSilva (R): He won a game in June and could be promoted to pitch against a team that murders lefties.Jimmy Haynes (R): Top prospect who has pitched well in Rochester, but the Orioles would like to keep him at Triple-A.
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By BUSTER OLNEY | August 27, 1995
UPS AND DOWNSRick Krivda * UP * Right now, he's probably the Orioles' second best starter, behind Mike Mussina.Mike Mussina * UP * Imagine what a mess this season would've been if it weren't for this guy.Cal Ripken * UP * Change in batting stance helps, and he couldn't have handled a tough situation any better than he did.Curtis Goodwin * DOWN * Bunting with his hand wrapped around the bat was asking for problems, and he got them.Walking Wounded * DOWN * Ben McDonald, Mark Eichhorn, Alan Mills, Jeffrey Hammonds, Leo Gomez.
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By Buster Olney and Buster Olney,Sun Staff Writer | August 11, 1995
BOSTON -- When rookie Rick Krivda realized he would be with the Orioles when they played the Red Sox here, two thoughts immediately crossed his mind. The first was that he would be able to see his girlfriend, who lives in the area.The second was that he would be able to see Roger Clemens pitch in person, at Fenway Park. Roger Clemens, his idol.Krivda has closely followed Clemens' career since Clemens pitched for the University of Texas. He has admired the way "the Rocket" physically built himself to become a power pitcher, and developed into a polished pitcher, hitting spots with his fastball.
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By Brad Snyder | August 7, 1995
At Yankee Stadium, New YorkDay, Time, TV, StartersTonight, 7:35, 54, 50, Mike Mussina (13-5, 4.14) vs. Jack McDowell (8-8, 4.72)Tomorrow, 7:35, 13, 50, Rick Krivda (0-0, 3.71) vs. David Cone (11-6, 3.32)Wednesday, 1:05, HTS, Jamie Moyer (6-4, 4.38) vs. Scott Kamieniecki (3-2, 4.45)Radio: All games on WBAL (1090 AM) and WTOP (1500 AM)Yankees updateThe Orioles open what may be the biggest road trip of the season with the other preseason favorite to win the AL East. Not even the arrival of Darryl Strawberry has distracted the Yankees, the division's hottest team since the All-Star break.
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF | September 27, 1997
MILWAUKEE -- Maybe it's just too difficult to get excited about a couple of minnows when bigger fish are swimming up stream. Or maybe that's letting the Orioles off the hook too easily.One night after being beaten in Toronto and with the Division Series fast approaching, the Orioles reeled in another defeat last night, done in by two of their former pitchers and their apparent lack of interest in a 4-2 loss to the Milwaukee Brewers before 16,834 at County Stadium.The Orioles (96-64) had hoped to make a hard charge toward the postseason with three games each at Toronto and Milwaukee, but find themselves 8-13 since Sept.
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By Roch Kubatko | September 26, 1997
At County Stadium, Milwaukee;/ Day ....... Time ....... TV ...... StartersTonight ...... 8:05 ....... 54, 50 .. Rick Krivda (4-1, 6.20)................... ................. vs. Pete Harnisch (0-1, 7.00)Tomorrow ..... 8:05 ....... 54, 50 .. Scott Erickson (16-7, 3.71).................... ................ vs. Jeff D'Amico (9-7, 4.75)Sunday ....... 2:05 ....... HTS ...... Jimmy Key (16-10, 3.30)................... .................. vs. Scott Karl (10-13, 4.37)Radio: All games on WBAL (1090 AM)
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By Roch Kubatko | September 19, 1997
At Oriole Park at Camden YardsDay ........ Time ..... TV .... StartersTonight .... 7:35 ..... HTS ... Willie Blair (16-7, 4.01)................. ............. vs. Scott Kamieniecki (9-6, 4.01)Tomorrow ... 1:15 .... 45, 5 .. Scott Sanders (6-12, 5.69)................. ............. vs. Rick Krivda (4-1, 5.75)Sunday ..... 1:35 .... 13, 50.. Justin Thompson (14-11, 3.00)................. ............. vs. Jimmy Key (16-9, 3.15)Monday ...... 7:35 ............ HTS Brian Moehler (11-11, 4.67)..
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By Joe Strauss and Joe Strauss,SUN STAFF | September 15, 1997
While a 100-win season once seemed a near-certainty, Orioles manager Davey Johnson now considers it "just a number."Having just clinched a wild-card berth and standing on the cusp of the franchise's first division title since 1983, Johnson now says the landmark is of secondary importance to resting position players and aligning his rotation in preparation for the postseason.Downplaying the feat comes with personal loss for Johnson, who would join Sparky Anderson and Whitey Herzog as the only managers ever to achieve 100 wins in both leagues.
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By JOE STRAUSS | September 7, 1997
Statistics through ThursdayUps and downsDavey Johnson -- DOWN -- For one week he fiddled while his bullpen burned.Rick Krivda -- UP -- The Orioles got a pleasant surprise when he came up huge Thursday.Mike Bordick -- UP -- He and Cal Ripken have six combined errors since the All-Star break. Forget his bat, his glove has never flinched.Pro Player Stadium -- DOWN -- Aka Joe Robbie Stadium. Death-defying pitching mound. Collapsible dugouts. By any name, it's a terrible place for baseball.Terry Mathews -- DOWN -- Has allowed earned runs in seven of his past 10 appearances.
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By Buster Olney | March 4, 1996
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. -- The Orioles, looking for alternatives for third base in the event B. J. Surhoff doesn't work out there, are interested in the Oakland Athletics' Craig Paquette, an AL source said.Paquette, who turns 27 this month, is a strong fielder with an erratic bat -- except when he plays the Orioles. Paquette pounded them last year, and during his career, he has hit .365 with five homers and 15 RBIs against the Orioles.Paquette is a right-handed hitter who batted .226 overall last year, with 13 homers in 283 at-bats.
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By Roch Kubatko | August 31, 1997
On the field: When Todd Pratt swung and missed at a fourth-inning pitch from Rick Krivda, he inadvertently hit Chris Hoiles on the back as the Orioles catcher rose to throw to second. The throw bounced wide of the base as Bernard Gilkey slid in safely, and trainer Richie Bancells came out to check on Hoiles, who stayed in the game.In the dugout: Manager Davey Johnson left it in the third inning to briefly dispute a balk call on Krivda that awarded Carl Everett second base. Krivda also was called for a balk while trying to keep Anaheim's Rickey Henderson on Aug. 16.In the clubhouse: With the expansion draft coming up, Lenny Webster was asked if he'd welcome the chance to become the No. 1 catcher for either Tampa Bay or Arizona.
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