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By Peter Schmuck | July 26, 1997
On the field: First baseman Rafael Palmeiro remained on an amazing roll. He homered for the fourth consecutive game and for the sixth time in his last eight games, but his performance was overshadowed by future Hall of Famer Paul Molitor, who homered twice off Orioles starter Scott Kamieniecki.In the dugout: Manager Davey Johnson brought on right-hander Shawn Boskie in relief of Scott Kamieniecki, which could mean one of two things. Boskie was either getting in some work in preparation for a start Tuesday or re-establishing himself as a solid long reliever.
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By Ken Rosenthal | March 21, 2000
Go to a bar. Stand by a water cooler. Turn on a sports talk show. Hardly anyone is talking Orioles baseball. Hardly anyone is anticipating Opening Day in one of the great baseball cities in America. The Orioles need to extend Mike Mussina's contract before the end of spring training, and restore some luster to a franchise that many of its own followers have come to scorn. It's too late for the Orioles to generate a buzz for the coming season. But owner Peter Angelos needs to start somewhere, especially when his team might be fortunate to finish in third place.
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By Peter Schmuck | April 24, 1998
At Oriole Park at Camden YardsDay .... Time .... TV ....... StartersTonight ... 7: 05 .. 54, 50 .... Kenny Rogers (2-1, 3.91).................... ........... vs. Scott Kamieniecki (2-0, 3.00)Tomorrow .. 1: 35 .. HTS ....... Jimmy Haynes (1-0, 5.64).................... ........... vs. Jimmy Key (2-1, 4.37)Sunday .... 1: 35 .. HTS ....... Tom Candiotti (1-3, 2.83).................... ........... vs. Doug Drabek (1-3, 7.52)Radio: All games on WBAL (1090 AM) and WTOP (1500 AM)Athletics updateThe A's are coming off a series victory against the Minnesota Twins, taking the first two games at the Oakland Coliseum before suffering a 4-2 loss in the finale Wednesday night.
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By Joe Strauss and Joe Strauss,SUN STAFF | August 25, 1999
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Rewarded for a ninth-inning comeback, the Orioles came out on the right side of dueling milestones last night when right fielder Albert Belle clubbed the 350th home run of his career to account for a 10-inning, 5-3 win over the Kansas City Royals before 12,171 at Kauffman Stadium.Winners of five of seven, the Orioles could point to numerous elements that contributed to their third win of the season when trailing after eight innings.Brady Anderson accounted for the Orioles' first two runs on bases-emptyhomers, Al Reyes and Jim Corsi provided 10 outs after starter Jason Johnson's removal in the sixth inning and pinch hitter Derrick May extended the game with a two-out, two-strike RBI single in the ninth inning.
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By Roch Eric Kubatko | March 5, 1997
What the Orioles did yesterday: Hit more home runs and won another ballgame. Pete Incaviglia and Lenny Webster went deep in the second inning, Jeffrey Hammonds did likewise in the seventh and Jeff Reboulet joined them in the eighth, as the Orioles defeated the Los Angeles Dodgers, 7-1, in Vero Beach. Starter Scott Erickson allowed one hit in two innings.What the Orioles will do today: Face the New York Mets at Fort Lauderdale Stadium. Right-hander Rocky Coppinger will make his second start, followed by Scott Kamieniecki, Alan Mills, Arthur Rhodes, Alvie Shepherd and Chris Fussell.
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May 7, 1995
BaseballColorado Rockies -- Activated P Lance Painter from the 15-day DL. Sent P Garvin Alston to Double-A New Haven.Florida Marlins -- Recalled SS Kurt Abbott from Triple-A Charlotte. Optioned P Mike Myers to Charlotte.Kansas City Royals -- Placed OF Phil Hiatt (collapsed lung) the 15-day DL. Purchased the contract of OF Vince Coleman from Triple-A Omaha.Montreal Expos -- Recalled P Gabe White and P Ugueth Urbina from Triple-A Ottawa. Optioned P Kirk Rueter and P Curt Schmidt to Ottawa.New York Yankees -- Placed P Scott Kamieniecki (strained right elbow)
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By Brad Snyder | August 7, 1995
At Yankee Stadium, New YorkDay, Time, TV, StartersTonight, 7:35, 54, 50, Mike Mussina (13-5, 4.14) vs. Jack McDowell (8-8, 4.72)Tomorrow, 7:35, 13, 50, Rick Krivda (0-0, 3.71) vs. David Cone (11-6, 3.32)Wednesday, 1:05, HTS, Jamie Moyer (6-4, 4.38) vs. Scott Kamieniecki (3-2, 4.45)Radio: All games on WBAL (1090 AM) and WTOP (1500 AM)Yankees updateThe Orioles open what may be the biggest road trip of the season with the other preseason favorite to win the AL East. Not even the arrival of Darryl Strawberry has distracted the Yankees, the division's hottest team since the All-Star break.
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By Joe Strauss and Joe Strauss,SUN STAFF | August 9, 1999
A different sort of countdown now preoccupies the bruised Orioles. What once was a far-fetched hope for running down the American League wild card has been replaced by counting the number of games remaining in their lost season.Yesterday's 5-2, 11-inning loss to the Detroit Tigers before 44,474 at Camden Yards featured two costly base-running blunders, a curiously abbreviated start by Ricky Bones, a lack of timely hitting and another round of mumbled questions about managerial tactics.The loss left the Orioles with a split of their four-game series, dropping them to 4-3 this season against the American League's worst team.
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF | July 31, 1999
SEATTLE -- Physically, it makes no difference to Scott Kamieniecki whether he's starting a game or coming in from the bullpen. The mound is the same distance from home plate and the objective still is to retire each hitter."
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By Joe Strauss and Joe Strauss,SUN STAFF | July 26, 1999
In one outrageously entertaining afternoon at Camden Yards, club curio Albert Belle slugged three home runs worth six RBIs, tried to refuse first base when offered it in the 11th inning, almost single-handedly reversed a four-run deficit into an 8-7 win over the Anaheim Angels and agreed to address/chastise the media for the first time since early March.The Orioles and their fans cheered Cal Ripken's 399th career home run in the second inning, gasped in horror when he was beaned by Angels closer Troy Percival in the 10th and ultimately celebrated 3: 39 of drama when the Iron Man singled home B. J. Surhoff with the winning run in the 11th.
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By Joe Strauss and Joe Strauss,SUN STAFF | May 14, 1999
ARLINGTON, Texas -- Whatever emotional boost the Orioles might have anticipated from Cal Ripken's return last night was quickly erased by the reality of their many deficiencies. In a game lowlighted by a defense that committed five errors, an offense that grounded into four double plays and a pitching staff that surrendered three home runs in an inning, the Orioles were crushed, 15-7, by the Texas Rangers. They don't come much uglier than this one witnessed by 40,678 at The Ballpark in Arlington.
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By Joe Strauss and Joe Strauss,SUN STAFF | May 14, 1999
ARLINGTON, Texas -- Whatever emotional boost the Orioles might have anticipated from Cal Ripken's return last night was quickly erased by the reality of their many deficiencies. In a game lowlighted by a defense that committed five errors, an offense that grounded into four double plays and a pitching staff that surrendered three home runs in an inning, the Orioles were crushed, 15-7, by the Texas Rangers.They don't come much uglier than this one witnessed by 40,678 at The Ballpark in Arlington.
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF | May 6, 1999
An 18-minute bullpen session yesterday convinced Orioles manager Ray Miller that Scott Kamieniecki is ready to come off the disabled list and start Saturday's game in Detroit. A corresponding move will come that day to clear space for him on the roster. Kamieniecki, who's recovering from a strained left hamstring, hasn't started a major-league game in nine months. Miller watched him throw briefly yesterday, then consulted with pitching coach Bruce Kison before making a determination.
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By Joe Strauss and Joe Strauss,SUN STAFF | April 13, 1999
NEW YORK -- On Opening Day Ray Miller insisted he doesn't manage while looking in the rear-view mirror. Good thing. What's ahead is scary enough.Six games into a new season and the Orioles already confront a huge obstacle tonight when they meet the New York Yankees in their little house of horrors to begin a nine-game road trip. If Cal Ripken isn't falling into a photographer's pit, then the Dominican Strongman is serving chin music or Miller is getting thumbed for arguing against injustice.
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By KEN ROSENTHAL | April 4, 1999
All fans have an inalienable right to be optimistic at the start of a new baseball season, regardless of whether they root for a contender or pretender, live in a large market or small. Orioles fans can find reasons to be optimistic in 1999 -- the front end of the starting rotation, the additions of Albert Belle and Charles Johnson, the eternal grit of B. J. Surhoff and Mike Bordick. But from a realistic point of view, this team has so many questions, it's difficult to imagine it seriously contending for a postseason berth.
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