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May 10, 2007
Sam Perlozzo, Orioles manager Do you have any comment on the steroid story that came out today? Not really. No one's asked me any questions about it, and I really don't have anything to say. We're going about our business like we always have. Someone else can take care of that.
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By Conor O'Neill, The Baltimore Sun | July 29, 2010
Buck Showalter is the ninth man chosen to manage the Orioles since Peter Angelos took over as principal owner in August 1993. Here's a look at the tenures of the eight men who preceded Showalter. Year(s) Manager Record Highlight Where it went wrong 2010 Juan Samuel 16-31 The Orioles' four-game sweep of the first-place Rangers in Texas on July 8-11, which sent the team into the All-Star break with momentum Put in a difficult position, Samuel was unable to coax much improvement from the team.
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May 25, 2007
Sam Perlozzo, Orioles manager What did you think of minor league pitcher Brandon Erbe during the Hall of Fame Game? He was pretty darn good. Leo [Mazzone] had actually talked to him in the later innings and worked on his curveball a little bit, and he picked it up immediately. ... It looks like we have a future pitcher on our hands.
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By Peter Schmuck | June 29, 2010
From the moment the decision was made to jettison Dave Trembley and install Juan Samuel as interim manager, there was really just one thing that could threaten the Orioles' search for the right outside candidate to take the permanent job and lead them into the future. Juan Samuel. The risk inherent in hiring an interim manager -- especially early in the season -- is that the team just might take a hard right turn and leave room to wonder if the right guy was sitting there under your nose all along.
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By Dan Connolly and Dan Connolly,Sun reporter | April 3, 2008
SEATTLE -- When the Seattle Mariners' charter plane touches down at BWI Marshall Airport this evening, there will be a homecoming of sorts. Sam Perlozzo, the Mariners third base coach and Cumberland's favorite son, will step back onto Maryland soil for the first time in months. As for the dueling heartbreaking and heartwarming memories, the swirling emotions he is anticipating, Perlozzo doesn't expect to deal with them until he walks into Camden Yards, or perhaps not until pre-game introductions tomorrow night.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and Mike Klingaman and Jeff Zrebiec and Mike Klingaman,SUN STAFF | August 5, 2005
Manager Mike Hargrove was away from the game to be with his ailing mother, making the Orioles, for one April stretch during the 2003 season, Sam Perlozzo's team. He had the final say on the lineup, decided when to remove a pitcher, and the responsibility of dealing with the media before and after games. However, Perlozzo told anybody and everybody that this was "Grover's team." He declined to sit behind Hargrove's desk during interviews, re-routing the media to a small nook in the manager's office.
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By JEFF ZREBIEC and JEFF ZREBIEC,SUN REPORTER | April 3, 2006
He vividly remembers the phone call that delivered perhaps the most disappointing news of his professional life. He remembers the caller's tone of voice, his immediate reaction and the flurry of emotion that came over him. "We want you to know that we made our decision," then-Orioles executive vice president Jim Beattie told Sam Perlozzo in November 2003, "and we are going to go with Lee Mazzilli." For weeks, Perlozzo had heard from people outside the organization that he was going to be the Orioles' next manager.
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March 5, 2006
Good morning --Sam Perlozzo-- Your roster has been so depleted the past few days, it's as if you were in the NFL.
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July 10, 2006
Good morning --Sam Perlozzo -- The All-Star break arrives just as the Orioles are on a roll - two straight wins.
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By Peter Schmuck | May 25, 2010
Dave Trembley was still the manager when the Orioles opened their brief homestand against the Oakland Athletics on Tuesday night, which should not have come as a great surprise to anyone who understands the complicated calculus that comes with the decision to make a managerial change at this early point in the season. That doesn't mean it won't happen, but it does mean that the people who will make that decision — owner Peter Angelos and president of baseball operations Andy MacPhail — know that it is not as simple as just sending in some other helpless villager to absorb four more months of this punishment.
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By Kevin Cowherd | May 23, 2010
Let's start with this: I've never seen Dave Trembley more frustrated than he was Sunday after the Orioles' 4-3 loss in 10 innings to the Washington Nationals at Nationals Park. He looked as beaten as I've ever seen him, too. Now you wonder whether the Orioles manager gets to keep his job. Oh, yes, the death watch is on for Trembley as the Orioles keep struggling and finding new ways to beat themselves. Or maybe it's more of a perceived death watch because president of baseball operations Andy MacPhail keeps saying his main concern is upgrading personnel and making the team better rather than focusing on the manager.
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By Peter Schmuck | March 12, 2010
New Orioles ace Kevin Millwood spent his second Grapefruit League start much as he spent his first - up to his eyes in line drives. Millwood got rocked again in a 2 2/3 -inning appearance against the Minnesota Twins at Hammond Stadium on Thursday night, giving up five runs on nine hits and leaving the mound with an exhibition ERA of 29.70. Not very impressive, especially coming after he allowed six runs in just two-thirds of an inning in his spring debut. "I stink in spring training," Millwood said afterward.
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June 19, 2009
Orioles@Phillies 7 p.m. [MASN] Ever wonder what became of former Orioles manager Sam Perlozzo (left)? He's the Phillies' third base coach. Perlozzo has company. Philadelphia's first base coach is former Orioles coach Davey Lopes, and the bench coach is former Baysox and Keys manager Pete Mackanin.
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By DAVID STEELE | April 21, 2008
It wasn't one they'll be talking about years from now when they tell the story of the Orioles' return to glory. If they talk at all about yesterday at Camden Yards, it'll be about how fans and players were teased by a downpour all day, then got one when things were almost finished. And about how Steve Trachsel couldn't pitch quick enough or George Sherrill couldn't go to the plate enough (instead of over to first) to get the game in before the rain soaking the rest of the area finally soaked the ballpark.
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,Sun Reporter | April 4, 2008
One night after the Orioles set the franchise record for lowest attendance at Camden Yards, they were surrounded by more empty seats. Only this time, the weather was the sole culprit. No debating was necessary. Last night's game was postponed because of rain, and a makeup date will be announced later. It wasn't the opponent, it wasn't the lowly national projections for the Orioles. Not that the club seems overly concerned with Wednesday's announced turnout of 10,505 - almost 3,000 fewer than the previous low. "Do we notice it?
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By Dan Connolly and Dan Connolly,Sun reporter | April 3, 2008
SEATTLE -- When the Seattle Mariners' charter plane touches down at BWI Marshall Airport this evening, there will be a homecoming of sorts. Sam Perlozzo, the Mariners third base coach and Cumberland's favorite son, will step back onto Maryland soil for the first time in months. As for the dueling heartbreaking and heartwarming memories, the swirling emotions he is anticipating, Perlozzo doesn't expect to deal with them until he walks into Camden Yards, or perhaps not until pre-game introductions tomorrow night.
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