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By Ross Peddicord and Ross Peddicord,Staff Writer | October 31, 1992
HALLANDALE, Fla.-- D. Wayne Lukas calls him "the horse with the alphabet name."He is a 3-year-old English-raced colt named Rodrigo De Triano, who is already being hailed as Europe's "Horse of the Year" after winning four Group I races and could be "horse of the world" if he wins the $3 million Breeders' Cup Classic today at Gulfstream Park.The Classic is the world's richest horse race and the centerpiece the seven races, which have attracted what are considered to be the best 92 racehorses in the world.
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By Erik Maza and The Baltimore Sun | January 10, 2012
Country fans have a lot to choose from this Spring. In addition to Miranda Lambert at 1st Mariner in January and Brad Paisley in March , Blake Shelton is now on the road as well. Shelton is on his "Well Lit & Amplified Tour" to promote "Red River Blue," which was released last year. He'll perform at the Patriot Center in Fairfax February 25. Tickets, starting at $33.75, go on sale Friday. Big Freedia, the exciting New Orleans Bounce star, is performing at Golden West Cafe February 10. Freedia was preceded in Baltimore by peer Vockah Redu, who's performed here twice before already.
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January 13, 2007
Good morning --Rockies-- First Javy, then Rodrigo. How long before you bring in Luis Lopez?
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By From Sun staff and news services | January 31, 2011
The Atlanta Braves have signed former Orioles pitcher Rodrigo Lopez to a minor league contract with an invitation to big league spring training, the team announced Monday. Lopez went 60-58 with a 4.72 ERA in 167 games (141 starts) for the Orioles from 2002 to 2006. His best season in Baltimore was in 2002, when the right-hander went 15-9 with a 3.57 ERA in 33 games (28 starts) and finished second in American League Rookie of the Year voting. However, he might be best remembered by many Orioles fans for his last season with the team, in which he went 9-18 in 36 games (29 starts)
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April 14, 2002
The numbers 23,480 Average attendance for two home games vs. Devil Rays. .206 Jerry Hairston's on-base average through Friday. 9.00 ERAs of Sidney Ponson and Calvin Maduro. 0.56 ERA of Orioles' bull pen through Friday. 8 Consecutive score less innings by reliever Rodrigo Lopez.
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September 7, 2003
The numbers 3 Complete games for Rodrigo Lopez this season. 2 Saves for closer Jorge Julio since Aug. 10 72 Hits and walks allowed by Damian Moss in 39 2/3 in nings with Orioles. .299 Batting average for Brook Fordyce since the All-Star break. 16-26 Orioles' record against left-handed starters.
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By Chris Kaltenbach and Chris Kaltenbach,SUN MOVIE CRITIC | September 10, 2004
Rodrigo is a nascent small-time con artist with big problems. Bad enough that he's not very good at his chosen profession (his cons are pretty easy to see through, and he tries the same ones repeatedly). But he's also got a dad who's heavily indebted to some impatient loan sharks, and thus needs money fast. Imagine Rodrigo's (Diego Luna) good fortune when a more accomplished, but still decidedly small-time, con artist named Richard (John C. Reilly) decides - out of the blue, mind you! - to take him under his wing, teach him a few things, maybe pass on some tricks of the trade.
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By PETER SCHMUCK | June 25, 2006
While the Orioles attempt to catch lightning in a bottle with struggling starting pitcher Russ Ortiz, they also should move boldly to accelerate the club's long-term rebuilding project. Here's a not-so-modest proposal: Try to package Rodrigo Lopez and Javy Lopez in a deal for a pedigreed, yet-to-pop young hitter while the two of them are still on a roll together. The Orioles are expected to demote rookie Adam Loewen to make room for Ortiz in the rotation, but they'll eventually need room for Loewen and Hayden Penn, and who are we kidding anyway?
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By Michael Sragow, The Baltimore Sun | May 8, 2010
"Mother and Child," starring Annette Bening, Naomi Watts, Kerry Washington and Samuel L. Jackson, proves that its writer-director, Rodrigo Garcia, has become a master of crafting intimate dramas for the big screen. Let's hope that in its own quiet fashion this movie builds on its festival acclaim the way "The Hurt Locker" did. (It follows "The Hurt Locker" as the closing night attraction at the Maryland Film Festival.) Garcia has long commanded the respect of Hollywood's top actor-stars.
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By Phil Greenfield and Phil Greenfield,Special to The Sun | May 7, 2008
The Annapolis Symphony's current management team has been admirably adept at selecting visiting soloists to collaborate with the orchestra. That trend continued last weekend as the local orchestra brought soprano Audrey Luna to town to perform Joaquin Rodrigo's Four Madrigals of Love and the child's evocation of heaven that brings Gustav Mahler's Fourth Symphony to its celestial conclusion. The results couldn't have been lovelier. Luna, a lyric soprano with chamber concerts, recitals and symphonic engagements to her credit in America, Europe and Asia, is a charmer of the highest order.
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January 13, 2007
Good morning --Rockies-- First Javy, then Rodrigo. How long before you bring in Luis Lopez?
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By PETER SCHMUCK | June 25, 2006
While the Orioles attempt to catch lightning in a bottle with struggling starting pitcher Russ Ortiz, they also should move boldly to accelerate the club's long-term rebuilding project. Here's a not-so-modest proposal: Try to package Rodrigo Lopez and Javy Lopez in a deal for a pedigreed, yet-to-pop young hitter while the two of them are still on a roll together. The Orioles are expected to demote rookie Adam Loewen to make room for Ortiz in the rotation, but they'll eventually need room for Loewen and Hayden Penn, and who are we kidding anyway?
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By CHILDS WALKER AND JEFF ZREBIEC and CHILDS WALKER AND JEFF ZREBIEC,SUN REPORTERS | June 19, 2006
NEW YORK -- An agitated Rodrigo Lopez declined to endorse the decision of Orioles manager Sam Perlozzo to push the right-hander's start back from tomorrow to Friday, saying yesterday that he's "not OK with it." Perlozzo emphasized that he wasn't skipping Lopez. He said he just wanted to manipulate his rotation so Lopez, Erik Bedard, Daniel Cabrera and Kris Benson would each get four starts before the All-Star break. "Basically, we just want to keep the guys in line," Perlozzo said. "Rodrigo's a couple days later, but then all those top four guys are going to get their four starts before the break, keeping Daniel and Erik and Benson straight."
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By JEFF ZREBIEC and JEFF ZREBIEC,SUN REPORTER | June 5, 2006
It started in the offseason when Javy Lopez and his agent told Orioles officials that the displaced catcher would be open to a trade. Then came a short stint as the Orioles' everyday first baseman, an experiment that ended days before the team exited spring training and headed north. Lopez was growing to tolerate his role as the Orioles' designated hitter when a back injury sent him to the disabled list. Now a whirlwind five months has brought perhaps the most jarring change of Lopez's career.
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By ROCH KUBATKO | February 14, 2006
Each year's Orioles camp has at least one intriguing competition. In past years, it has involved the last spot in the rotation, the utility infielder, the backup catcher. OK, maybe "intriguing" wasn't the right word. But they warranted our attention. Brian Roberts vs. Jerry Hairston will be replaced this year by Luis Matos vs. Corey Patterson. And we'll wait anxiously for manager Sam Perlozzo to name his Opening Day starter. I guess Rodrigo Lopez has to be the early favorite, but his name isn't written in stone.
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By Chris Kaltenbach and Chris Kaltenbach,SUN MOVIE CRITIC | September 10, 2004
Rodrigo is a nascent small-time con artist with big problems. Bad enough that he's not very good at his chosen profession (his cons are pretty easy to see through, and he tries the same ones repeatedly). But he's also got a dad who's heavily indebted to some impatient loan sharks, and thus needs money fast. Imagine Rodrigo's (Diego Luna) good fortune when a more accomplished, but still decidedly small-time, con artist named Richard (John C. Reilly) decides - out of the blue, mind you! - to take him under his wing, teach him a few things, maybe pass on some tricks of the trade.
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