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June 7, 1993
How Glenn Davis has fared for the Rochester Red Wingsduring his minor-league assignment:.. .. .. .. . AB .. .. H .. .. HR .. .. RBI .. .. ..Avg.Yesterday.. .. 2 .. .. 0 .. .. 0 .. .. ..0 .. .. .. ..--Totals .. .. ..9 .. .. 2 .. .. 0 .. .. ..0 .. .. ... .222@
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June 22, 2006
"With each passing day, I get more and more doubts." Kerry Wood Chicago Cubs pitcher (above), who says he might not be able to pitch again this season after four starts since shoulder surgery "It was a little difficult to stay focused because in the back of your mind, you've got to be thinking, `Geez, when is this game going to end?'" Dave Koza On the 33-inning Triple-A game in 1981 between Koza's Pawtucket Red Sox and the Rochester Red Wings, which ended 25 years ago tomorrow after the teams had played the first 32 innings in April that year From wire and Web reports
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September 24, 1990
BaseballBaltimore Orioles -- OF Donell Nixon decided to become a free agent rather than accept assignment to Class AAA Rochester Red Wings.BasketballUtah Jazz -- F Karl Malone agreed to terms on an eight-yearcontract.
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF | September 18, 2002
The longest affiliation between a major-league and Triple-A team officially came to an end yesterday when the Rochester Red Wings signed a two-year working agreement with the Minnesota Twins. So where does this leave the Orioles? Signs are pointing toward Ottawa. Joe Foss, the Orioles' vice chairman/chief operating officer, is scheduled to meet today with Ottawa Lynx owner Ray Pecor in New Hampshire. The Orioles apparently began negotiations with Lynx officials shortly after Rochester's season concluded.
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June 2, 1995
Curtis Goodwin (above) is coming to the big leagues. The Rochester Red Wings center fielder was flying to Baltimore last night and is expected to be with the Orioles tonight when they face Oakland.Goodwin, who had impressed Orioles manager Phil Regan in winter ball and was given a chance of making the Opening Day roster, may replace Andy Van Slyke, a candidate for the disabled list, or Damon Buford, who is hitting .063.
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June 22, 2006
"With each passing day, I get more and more doubts." Kerry Wood Chicago Cubs pitcher (above), who says he might not be able to pitch again this season after four starts since shoulder surgery "It was a little difficult to stay focused because in the back of your mind, you've got to be thinking, `Geez, when is this game going to end?'" Dave Koza On the 33-inning Triple-A game in 1981 between Koza's Pawtucket Red Sox and the Rochester Red Wings, which ended 25 years ago tomorrow after the teams had played the first 32 innings in April that year From wire and Web reports
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By From Staff Reports | August 4, 1994
ROCHESTER, N.Y. -- Brad Pennington continued to struggle as a starter as the Richmond Braves defeated the Rochester Red Wings, 7-4, last night in the first game of a doubleheader.Making his fourth start of the season, Pennington (3-6) yielded three runs on seven hits in six innings. He struck out seven batters, and walked only two.Pennington, who has lost his past three starts, cruised through the first two innings, shutting out the Braves. He gave up single runs in his last three innings, though, including a home run by John Orton in the fifth.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | July 4, 1997
The Reading Phillies scored six runs in the eighth inning off three relievers to beat the visiting Bowie Baysox, 10-7, last night in a Double-A Eastern League game.Baysox starter Hut Smith left after seven innings with a 7-4 lead, but got no decision when Matt Snyder, Kevin Gallaher and Jason Bullard combined to allow six runs on six hits.Bowie fell to 42-42.NOTE: Left-hander Rick Krivda bumped his record to 11-2 in the Triple-A International League in the Rochester Red Wings' 6-4 win over the Columbus Clippers on Wednesday night.
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By Patti Singer and Patti Singer,Special to The Evening Sun | November 27, 1991
ROCHESTER, N.Y. -- Joe Altobelli fulfilled a promise he made to himself more than 10 years ago when he returned to the Rochester Red Wings as their general manager.Altobelli, who managed the Baltimore Orioles to their 1983 World Series title, came back to what he calls his hometown team yesterday. The Red Wings are the Orioles' Class AAA affiliate in the International League."When I first left here in 1977 when I got the job in San Francisco to manage . . . the thought occurred to me way back then that someday I would be back in Rochester," Altobelli said at a news conference at Silver Stadium.
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By Patti Singer and Patti Singer,Special to The Sun | November 27, 1991
ROCHESTER, N.Y. -- Joe Altobelli fulfilled a promise he made to himself more than 10 years ago when he returned to the Rochester Red Wings as their general manager.Altobelli, who managed the Baltimore Orioles to their 1983 World Series title, came back to what he calls his hometown team yesterday. The Red Wings are the Orioles' Class AAA affiliate in the International League."When I first left here in 1977 when I got the job in San Francisco to manage . . . the thought occurred to me way back then that someday I would be back in Rochester," Altobelli said at a news conference at Silver Stadium.
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By Joe Strauss | June 17, 2001
UP -- Josh Towers He has been impressive enough in four starts that Sidney Ponson now tries to emulate him. First complete-game shutout by an Orioles rookie in nine years. Strong. DOWN -- Rochester Red Wings We know they're the youngest team in the International League, but does that excuse having the worst record in Triple-A and one of the three worst records in the National Association? If the folks in Rochester were ready to mutiny two years ago, what do they think now? Damon Buford and John Wasdin aren't the answer.
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By Joe Strauss and Joe Strauss,SUN STAFF | June 27, 1999
It's 6: 50 a.m. on Thursday. Welcome to your nightmare, Dan Mason. The Rochester Red Wings' fourth-year general manager awoke to the screech of a local broadcast type wondering what his reaction was to the possible cancellation of an exhibition against the Orioles. Mason had no reaction. He was still asleep and no one in Baltimore had spoken to him about the issue. "It caused a little stir," Mason said. "There were a lot of anxious people. We hadn't heard anything different about the Orioles not coming.
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,SUN STAFF | April 20, 1999
The run-producing machine slowed to a walk last summer. After knocking home 251 runs during his first 2 1/2 seasons in the Orioles' farm system, Johnny Isom hit a wall, and there is no ready explanation for the turndown. "I had a tear in my wrist, but I'm not going to blame it on that," said the Bowie outfielder, who managed 52 RBIs in 132 games with the Baysox and Rochester Red Wings. "No excuses; I just had a bad season." Isom never got on track after batting .225 and accounting for 13 RBIs in 39 games with the Red Wings.
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,SUN STAFF | July 28, 1997
ROCHESTER, N.Y. -- The Orioles' 1996 organization Pitcher of the Year has encountered some hard luck this season, but nothing that a little batting support wouldn't remedy."
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | July 4, 1997
The Reading Phillies scored six runs in the eighth inning off three relievers to beat the visiting Bowie Baysox, 10-7, last night in a Double-A Eastern League game.Baysox starter Hut Smith left after seven innings with a 7-4 lead, but got no decision when Matt Snyder, Kevin Gallaher and Jason Bullard combined to allow six runs on six hits.Bowie fell to 42-42.NOTE: Left-hander Rick Krivda bumped his record to 11-2 in the Triple-A International League in the Rochester Red Wings' 6-4 win over the Columbus Clippers on Wednesday night.
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,Sun Staff Writer | June 7, 1995
ROCHESTER, N.Y. -- Damon Buford had a beef about being returned to the minor leagues and now Greg Zaun is voicing his about staying there.Zaun was bypassed when the Orioles recalled catcher Cesar Devarez from the Triple-A Rochester Red Wings last week, and he is wondering about his future in the organization."
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April 29, 1991
The Orioles already have two farm teams in the state of Maryland, and there's a chance they could extend their monopoly to include a third team. Peter Kirk, who owns the Single A Frederick Keys and Double A Hagerstown Suns, wants to bring a Triple A farm club to the Annapolis area. Because the Rochester Red Wings are having financial difficulties, there is speculation the Orioles could move their Triple A operation from Rochester to Maryland.We'd like to know your thoughts on two issues.1.
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By Joe Strauss | June 17, 2001
UP -- Josh Towers He has been impressive enough in four starts that Sidney Ponson now tries to emulate him. First complete-game shutout by an Orioles rookie in nine years. Strong. DOWN -- Rochester Red Wings We know they're the youngest team in the International League, but does that excuse having the worst record in Triple-A and one of the three worst records in the National Association? If the folks in Rochester were ready to mutiny two years ago, what do they think now? Damon Buford and John Wasdin aren't the answer.
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June 2, 1995
Curtis Goodwin (above) is coming to the big leagues. The Rochester Red Wings center fielder was flying to Baltimore last night and is expected to be with the Orioles tonight when they face Oakland.Goodwin, who had impressed Orioles manager Phil Regan in winter ball and was given a chance of making the Opening Day roster, may replace Andy Van Slyke, a candidate for the disabled list, or Damon Buford, who is hitting .063.
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By From Staff Reports | August 4, 1994
ROCHESTER, N.Y. -- Brad Pennington continued to struggle as a starter as the Richmond Braves defeated the Rochester Red Wings, 7-4, last night in the first game of a doubleheader.Making his fourth start of the season, Pennington (3-6) yielded three runs on seven hits in six innings. He struck out seven batters, and walked only two.Pennington, who has lost his past three starts, cruised through the first two innings, shutting out the Braves. He gave up single runs in his last three innings, though, including a home run by John Orton in the fifth.
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