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By Juan C. Rodriguez and Juan C. Rodriguez,South Florida Sun-Sentinel | October 13, 2004
No rest for the weary: For the Cardinals to face Roger Clemens and Roy Oswalt more than once each, the series would have to go seven games and both would have to pitch on three days' rest for the second time this postseason. Clemens and Oswalt each tossed five innings and allowed two runs against the Braves on short rest, but Clemens threw 24 fewer pitches than Oswalt (111). Familiar fellows: After facing each other 18 times during the regular season, the Cardinals and Astros know just about everything there is to know about each other.
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By Phil Rogers | August 29, 2010
The Red Sox aren't optimistic about getting Dustin Pedroia back this season. … With the McCourt family headed to divorce court Monday, some wondered if the Dodgers' willingness to consider dealing Manny Ramirez could be related to their surprising signing of first-round pick Zach Lee, who received $5.25 million not to compete at quarterback for LSU. … Don't expect Yadier Molina to get much rest down the stretch. Entering the weekend, the Cardinals were 65-44 with Molina behind the plate and 3-13 with backups Jason LaRue and Bryan Anderson.
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By Phil Rogers | May 23, 2010
The Rangers are interested in Roy Oswalt (above), if the Astros really are willing to trade him. The Astros like the Rangers' stable of young pitchers, including Martin Perez, Tanner Scheppers and Alexi Ogando. The constipated state of the sale of the club could be the biggest hurdle in a possible deal. … The Angels came from a similar early hole to overtake the Rangers last season, but scouts wonder if the balance of power has shifted, thanks largely to Vladimir Guerrero.
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By Phil Rogers | August 1, 2010
Manager Joe Girardi must have influenced the Yankees' addition of Kerry Wood (above). He caught Wood with the Cubs in 2000-02 but it seems like a reach to expect Wood to succeed where Joba Chamberlain has failed in consistently getting leads to Mariano Rivera. Wood has been a mess with the Indians. … Player most surprisingly not traded: Brett Myers. Astros owner Drayton McLane never will throw in the towel. He sees Myers becoming a replacement for Roy Oswalt , but he's a risky guy to give an extension, and the Astros aren't going anywhere for at least a couple of years.
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By Roch Kubatko | June 3, 2003
Scouting report: O's vs. Astros At Minute Maid Park, Houston Day ................... Time ............ TV ............................. Starters Tonight............... 8:05........... CSN ................ Jason Johnson (5-2, 3.30) ....................................................................... vs. Tim Redding (3-4, 3.36) Tomorrow .......... 8:05 .......... CSN ................ Pat Hentgen (1-2, 4.97) ....................................................................... vs. Wade Miller (3-6, 4.76)
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By Phil Rogers | August 1, 2010
Manager Joe Girardi must have influenced the Yankees' addition of Kerry Wood (above). He caught Wood with the Cubs in 2000-02 but it seems like a reach to expect Wood to succeed where Joba Chamberlain has failed in consistently getting leads to Mariano Rivera. Wood has been a mess with the Indians. … Player most surprisingly not traded: Brett Myers. Astros owner Drayton McLane never will throw in the towel. He sees Myers becoming a replacement for Roy Oswalt , but he's a risky guy to give an extension, and the Astros aren't going anywhere for at least a couple of years.
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By Phil Rogers | August 29, 2010
The Red Sox aren't optimistic about getting Dustin Pedroia back this season. … With the McCourt family headed to divorce court Monday, some wondered if the Dodgers' willingness to consider dealing Manny Ramirez could be related to their surprising signing of first-round pick Zach Lee, who received $5.25 million not to compete at quarterback for LSU. … Don't expect Yadier Molina to get much rest down the stretch. Entering the weekend, the Cardinals were 65-44 with Molina behind the plate and 3-13 with backups Jason LaRue and Bryan Anderson.
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By Joe Christensen and Joe Christensen,SUN STAFF | June 6, 2003
HOUSTON - Searching for someone who could cool the red-hot Houston Astros' offense last night, Orioles manager Mike Hargrove tried three pitchers in the first four innings. Omar Daal couldn't do it. Neither could Travis Driskill nor Willis Roberts. Their ineffectiveness gave Hargrove an itchy trigger finger during another troubling evening at Minute Maid Park, as the Astros pounded the Orioles, 11-1, completing a three-game sweep. After dropping the first three games on this road trip, the Orioles will begin a three-game series in St. Louis tonight with a tired bullpen.
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By DAVID STEELE | August 7, 2006
First of all, it's not all about the Yankees. Except that it's always about the Yankees. It's one of those funny coincidences that the Yankees were in town the day the last (at least it seems) obstacle was cleared to the Orioles reaping that big payoff from the Mid-Atlantic Sports Network. You could almost hear the cry rolling from Camden Yards across the metropolitan area as soon as the news broke: "Open the vaults! Start slinging the cash! Time to catch the Yankees!" Easy for us to say. The Orioles, in fact, have been very careful to say everything but that.
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By DAVID STEELE | August 1, 2006
So, to sum up: The Orioles got Miguel Tejada and didn't get any better. The Orioles then floated him on the trade market - and didn't get any better. Where do they go now, then? To where they've always been, to where they were before they signed Tejada, to where they've been ever since he arrived, to where they will stay the rest of this season. Is it even fair to celebrate the fact that Tejada is still here? It should be, and unless Tejada is the greatest actor of our time, he is genuinely happy to still be an Oriole.
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By Phil Rogers | May 25, 2010
The Rangers are interested in Roy Oswalt (above), if the Astros really are willing to trade him. The Astros like the Rangers' stable of young pitchers, including Martin Perez, Tanner Scheppers and Alexi Ogando. The constipated state of the sale of the club could be the biggest hurdle in a possible deal. … The Angels came from a similar early hole to overtake the Rangers last season, but scouts wonder if the balance of power has shifted, thanks largely to Vladimir Guerrero.
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By DAVID STEELE | August 7, 2006
First of all, it's not all about the Yankees. Except that it's always about the Yankees. It's one of those funny coincidences that the Yankees were in town the day the last (at least it seems) obstacle was cleared to the Orioles reaping that big payoff from the Mid-Atlantic Sports Network. You could almost hear the cry rolling from Camden Yards across the metropolitan area as soon as the news broke: "Open the vaults! Start slinging the cash! Time to catch the Yankees!" Easy for us to say. The Orioles, in fact, have been very careful to say everything but that.
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By DAVID STEELE | August 1, 2006
So, to sum up: The Orioles got Miguel Tejada and didn't get any better. The Orioles then floated him on the trade market - and didn't get any better. Where do they go now, then? To where they've always been, to where they were before they signed Tejada, to where they've been ever since he arrived, to where they will stay the rest of this season. Is it even fair to celebrate the fact that Tejada is still here? It should be, and unless Tejada is the greatest actor of our time, he is genuinely happy to still be an Oriole.
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By DAN CONNOLLY | October 22, 2005
White Sox hitters vs. Astros pitchers The Astros may have the best top three pitchers in all of baseball with Roger Clemens, Andy Pettitte and Roy Oswalt (and No. 4 Brandon Backe is no slouch). But, separately, the White Sox haven't been intimidated. Against the impressive trio, the current White Sox lineup has batted .304 (82-270) with six homers and 33 RBIs. Team leader Paul Konerko has never faced Oswalt, but he is 18-for-41 (.439) with three homers and 12 RBIs combined against Clemens and Pettitte.
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By Juan C. Rodriguez and Juan C. Rodriguez,South Florida Sun-Sentinel | October 13, 2004
No rest for the weary: For the Cardinals to face Roger Clemens and Roy Oswalt more than once each, the series would have to go seven games and both would have to pitch on three days' rest for the second time this postseason. Clemens and Oswalt each tossed five innings and allowed two runs against the Braves on short rest, but Clemens threw 24 fewer pitches than Oswalt (111). Familiar fellows: After facing each other 18 times during the regular season, the Cardinals and Astros know just about everything there is to know about each other.
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By Joe Christensen and Joe Christensen,SUN STAFF | June 6, 2003
HOUSTON - Searching for someone who could cool the red-hot Houston Astros' offense last night, Orioles manager Mike Hargrove tried three pitchers in the first four innings. Omar Daal couldn't do it. Neither could Travis Driskill nor Willis Roberts. Their ineffectiveness gave Hargrove an itchy trigger finger during another troubling evening at Minute Maid Park, as the Astros pounded the Orioles, 11-1, completing a three-game sweep. After dropping the first three games on this road trip, the Orioles will begin a three-game series in St. Louis tonight with a tired bullpen.
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By DAN CONNOLLY | October 22, 2005
White Sox hitters vs. Astros pitchers The Astros may have the best top three pitchers in all of baseball with Roger Clemens, Andy Pettitte and Roy Oswalt (and No. 4 Brandon Backe is no slouch). But, separately, the White Sox haven't been intimidated. Against the impressive trio, the current White Sox lineup has batted .304 (82-270) with six homers and 33 RBIs. Team leader Paul Konerko has never faced Oswalt, but he is 18-for-41 (.439) with three homers and 12 RBIs combined against Clemens and Pettitte.
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By Roch Kubatko | June 3, 2003
Scouting report: O's vs. Astros At Minute Maid Park, Houston Day ................... Time ............ TV ............................. Starters Tonight............... 8:05........... CSN ................ Jason Johnson (5-2, 3.30) ....................................................................... vs. Tim Redding (3-4, 3.36) Tomorrow .......... 8:05 .......... CSN ................ Pat Hentgen (1-2, 4.97) ....................................................................... vs. Wade Miller (3-6, 4.76)
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