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April 7, 2002
The number 2 Orioles in yesterday's starting lineup with an average above .190 after the game. He said it "I was mowing them down. I just basically choked." Scott Erickson, on three-run eighth inning
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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 | May 31, 2000
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. - Cincinnati Reds general manager Jim Bowden put Queen City media on a 48-hour notice Monday that he was prepared to announce a major trade. Speculation immediately sprouted that the Reds and Orioles were discussing a trade involving pitcher Scott Erickson. While the Reds assigned a scout to the Tampa Bay series, vice president of baseball operations Syd Thrift said last night that the two teams have not spoken recently. "Scott Erickson's not going anywhere," Thrift said of the Reds rumor.
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By Joe Christensen and Joe Christensen,SUN STAFF | December 16, 2002
NASHVILLE, Tenn. - After exploring at least two potential trade avenues, the Orioles addressed their shortstop need last night when they signed free agent Deivi Cruz to a one-year, $1.2 million contract with an option for 2004. By going the discount route at shortstop, the Orioles also remained in position to sign free-agent catcher Ivan Rodriguez and perhaps one more impact player. The competition for Rodriguez appeared to dwindle yesterday when Chicago Cubs general manager Jim Hendry said the 10-time All-Star catcher was probably not feasible for his club.
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July 6, 1998
HittingManny Ramirez, Indians: 2 HRs, grand slam, 5 RBIs.Juan Gonzalez, Rangers: 2 HRs, 4 RBIs.Troy O'Leary, Red Sox: 4-for-6, 2 doubles.Travis Fryman, Indians: 4-for-5, double.PitchingDavid Cone, Yankees: 8 innings, 0 runs, 7 hits.Scott Erickson, Orioles: 8 innings, 1 run, 7 hits.Pub Date: 7/06/98
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April 18, 2002
Opponent: New York Yankees Site: Yankee Stadium, New York Time: 7:05 TV/Radio: CSN/WBAL (1090 AM) Starters: Orioles' Scott Erickson (1-1, 2.57) vs. Yankees' David Wells (2-0, 3.05)
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June 16, 2002
The numbers 9 Starts without a victory for Scott Erickson. 17 2/3 Innings pitched by Rodrigo Lopez in his past two starts. 2 Orioles' combined runs scored last Sunday, Wednesday and Thursday. .231 Marty Cordova's batting average since May 5. 4 Home runs for Jay Gibbons since April 20.
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May 1, 1994
Scott Erickson, pitcher Minnesota TwinsErickson led majors in hits allowed last year, but tossed a no-hitter against MilwaukeeIP: 9R:0H:0BB:4SO:5Tony Gwynn, outfielder, San Diego PadresGwynn blistered New York and Philadelphia pitching to move into second in National League batting race.22R: 11H: 9HR: 1RBI: 3Avg: .500
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May 12, 1998
HittingPaul Sorrento, Devil Rays: 3-for-4.PitchingScott Erickson, Orioles: 8 innings, 0 runs, 5 hits.Rolando Arrojo, Devil Rays: 8 innings, 2 runs, 5 hits, 6 strikeouts.Bobby Witt, Rangers: 7 innings, 2 runs, 5 hits.Pub Date: 5/12/98
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August 23, 2002
At Oriole Park at Camden Yards Day...Time...TV...Starters Tonight...7:05...CSN...Steve Parris (5-4, 5.18) vs. Scott Erickson (5-11, 5.03) Tomorrow...1:35...No TV...Pete Walker (6-3, 4.40) vs. Travis Driskill (8-6, 4.77) Tomorrow...7:05...54, 50...Esteban Loaiza (5-7, 5.56) vs. undecided Sunday...1:35...13, 50...Justin Miller (4-4, 6.60) vs. Jason Johnson (4-9, 4.08) Radio: All games on WBAL (1090 AM)
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF | August 3, 2002
TORONTO - Scott Erickson held the ball for the Orioles last night, and both teams held their tempers. Nobody charged the field from the dugout or bullpen, no punches were thrown, no ejections or suspensions were necessary. Defeat never came to the Orioles, either, because their opponent relinquished a lead it held since the first inning. And because Gary Matthews gripped a bat at the most opportune time. Matthews hit a three-run homer off Toronto closer Kelvim Escobar in the ninth inning, and the Orioles rallied from a substantial deficit and another early departure by Erickson to take a 9-8 victory over the Blue Jays before 19,052 at SkyDome.
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By Joe Christensen, Roch Kubatko and Del Quentin Wilber and Joe Christensen, Roch Kubatko and Del Quentin Wilber,SUN STAFF | July 23, 2002
After Orioles pitcher Scott Erickson was arrested early yesterday morning in a domestic dispute, his girlfriend, his attorneys and team officials spent the rest of the day downplaying the incident. Erickson called police to report the dispute with his girlfriend, but he ended up being charged with second-degree assault and was released from custody at about 8 a.m. "Nothing happened," Erickson said. "It's a situation where they [police] had to do something, and it got blown out of proportion.
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July 19, 2002
Scouting report: White Sox vs. O's At Oriole Park at Camden Yards Day Time TV Starters Tonight 7:05 CSN Jon Garland (8-6, 4.61) vs. Rodrigo Lopez (9-3, 3.09) Tomorrow 7:05 54 Gary Glover (3-5, 4.76) vs. Sidney Ponson (4-4, 4.21) Sunday 1:35 13 Dan Wright (6-8, 5.49) vs. Scott Erickson (4-9, 4.07) Radio: All games on WBAL (1090 AM)
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July 7, 2002
The numbers 4 Times in past 15 years Orioles have had one All-Star selection. 2 Career All-Star selections for Tony Batista. 13 Wins by Rodrigo Lopez and Travis Driskill. 11 Wins by Scott Erickson, Jason Johnson, Sidney Ponson, Josh Towers and Calvin Maduro. .246 Batting average for Gary Matthews in No. 3 spot through Friday.
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By Joe Christensen and Joe Christensen,SUN STAFF | July 5, 2002
Late Orioles game: Last night's game between the Orioles and Angels in Anaheim, Calif., ended too late to be included in this edition. A complete report can be found in later editions or on the Internet at http://www.sunspot.net. ANAHEIM, Calif. - One of the most basic rules with base running is never make the first or third out at third base. Orioles rookie Jose Leon knew the rule, and he knew his failure to adhere to that rule cost his team a run and perhaps a victory. With scoring opportunities at a premium in the Orioles' 1-0 loss to the Anaheim Angels on Wednesday night, Leon made the third out at third base in the fifth inning.
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