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July 9, 1992
E. Scott Moore, an attorney who once held posts asBaltimore County solicitor, chairman of the Maryland Hospital Association and president of the company that insured Maryland savings and loan association accounts, died Monday at Franklin Square Hospital after a heart attack at his home.He was 66 and lived on Cedar Lane in Kingsville.Services for Mr. Moore were being held today at the Camp Chapel United Methodist Church, 5000 E. Joppa Road in Perry Hall.He was senior partner in the law firm of Moore, Carney, Ryan and Lattanzi in Perry Hall with which he had been associated during most of the 40 years he practiced law.He was counsel to Baltimore County Savings Bank, Hamilton Federal Savings and Loan Association and Northfield Federal Savings.
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By Jeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun | July 18, 2010
Reliever Jason Berken has been so good this season, but it was bound to happen with how much the Orioles have been relying on the converted starter in close games. "Well, he is human, you know," Orioles interim manager Juan Samuel said after Berken served up a go-ahead two-run homer to Jose Bautista in the eighth inning of a 3-2 loss to the Toronto Blue Jays before an announced 28,518 at Camden Yards. What was less excusable to Samuel was his team's lack of execution in clutch spots, particularly in the eighth inning.
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June 6, 2003
On June 4, 2003, BESSIE W. ROYCROFT (nee Weaver); devoted mother of Jean Moore, of Bel Air, and Howard Roycroft, and his wife Barbara, of Alexandria, VA; loving grandmother of Karen Korcheski, Suzanne Soderberg, Scott Moore, and Nancy Branigan. Also survived by four great-grandchildren. A graveside service will be held at Lakeview Memorial Park, Saturday, 10 a.m. Arrangements by Leonard J. Ruck Inc.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and Baltimore Sun reporter | June 25, 2010
A night after overcoming a three-run deficit to beat the Florida Marlins, the Orioles dug themselves out of a six-run hole against the Washington Nationals and then got a little help to score the winning run. Second baseman Cristian Guzman's throwing error in the ninth inning on Julio Lugo's potential inning-ending double-play ball allowed Jake Fox to score from second and the Orioles to celebrate a 7-6 victory last night at Camden Yards....
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By JEFF ZREBIEC | March 24, 2009
JOLTIN' JOLBERT Veteran utility infielder Jolbert Cabrera remains an extreme long shot to make the Orioles' Opening Day roster, but that's no fault of his. Cabrera reached base in all four of his plate appearances Monday in Fort Myers, Fla., going 2-for-2 with two walks. He is hitting .448 this spring. Cabrera, who signed a minor league deal this offseason, tied the game at two with a double to the wall in the second inning. He doubled again in the seventh and scored on Justin Turner's single.
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,Sun reporter | April 19, 2008
Most important to Adam Loewen, the Orioles rallied to win Thursday night's game against the Chicago White Sox. But the left-hander really wanted a chance to bat in the 10th inning. The Orioles ran out of bench players, so manager Dave Trembley sent Aubrey Huff to play third base and shifted Melvin Mora to shortstop. Closer George Sherrill was scheduled to bat before Adam Jones singled to drive in the winning run, but he never would have made it to the plate. Trembley wanted a more experienced hitter in that situation, so Loewen and Steve Trachsel began getting loose.
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By DAN CONNOLLY | March 4, 2008
First homer for Jones When Adam Jones' plaque is being readied for Cooperstown, it will say his first homer in an Orioles uniform came in Vero Beach against former Oriole Matt Riley. Jones, who led off for the Orioles and had struck out in his first two at-bats, smacked Riley's second pitch over the left-center-field wall in the fifth inning, giving the Orioles a 2-1 lead in a game that ended a 4-4 tie. It was a golf shot that was probably aided by a wind gust, but the Hall of Fame doesn't need to know that.
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN REPORTER | April 1, 2008
Brian Roberts lost his best friend on the team when the Orioles released Jay Gibbons over the weekend. He has been subjected to constant speculation about his future, each day bringing another rumor of a pending trade to the Chicago Cubs. But when the bell rang yesterday at Camden Yards, Roberts answered it the only way he knows how - as the Orioles' leadoff hitter and offensive catalyst. Some things never change. Roberts reached base four times against the Tampa Bay Rays, singling twice, walking twice and stealing a base in the Orioles' 6-2 loss.
NEWS
July 9, 1992
E. Scott MooreAttorneyServices for E. Scott Moore, an attorney who once held posts as Baltimore County solicitor, chairman of the Maryland Hospital Association and president of the company that insured Maryland savings and loan association accounts, will be held at 10:15 a.m. today at the Camp Chapel United Methodist Church, 5000 E. Joppa Road in Perry Hall.Mr. Moore, 66, of Cedar Lane in Kingsville, died Monday at Franklin Square Hospital after a heart attack at his home.He was senior partner in the law firm of Moore, Carney, Ryan and Lattanzi in Perry Hall with which he had been associated during most of the 40 years he practiced law.He was counsel to Baltimore County Savings Bank, Hamilton Federal Savings and Loan Association and Northfield Federal Savings.
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN REPORTER | April 8, 2008
Luke Scott lined a single into left field yesterday, his seventh hit in the past three games. Then he wrote about it to make sure he remembered every detail. Hearkening back to a lesson he learned in the Cleveland Indians' system after being drafted in 2001, Scott keeps a brown notepad in the Orioles' dugout during every game so he can record his at-bats for research purposes. He marks down the date and opponent, what the starting pitcher normally threw and what he saw each time he came to the plate.
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By Dan Connolly, The Baltimore Sun | May 22, 2010
— When the Orioles sent Scott Moore to the minor leagues this spring, they told him they wanted him to play shortstop as a way to increase his versatility, which might improve his chances of contributing to the big league club. On Friday, the Orioles purchased Moore's contract from Triple-A Norfolk, citing the need for that very versatility in their interleague series against the Washington Nationals. "When you play the National League clubs, position players have to be ready for double switches," Orioles manager Dave Trembley said.
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By Dan Connolly | dan.connolly@baltsun.com | April 1, 2010
Not only is the Orioles' 25-man roster shaking out, but now the club is shaping its Triple-A team, devising a plan that will lessen its corner-infield logjam. Scott Moore , who has played third base for most of his career, will be the primary shortstop at Norfolk this season, and Blake Davis , who was expected to be the Tides' starting shortstop, will be in more of a utility role, Orioles president of baseball operations Andy MacPhail said. "Blake will probably move around a little bit, and I would guess now that Scott would get the lion's share at short, but we'll see," MacPhail said.
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By Jeff Zrebiec | jeff.zrebiec@baltsun.com | March 1, 2010
- At some point this spring, Justin Turner will jog out to second base, Blake Davis will head to shortstop and Scott Moore will go to third. For all three, it will serve as another opportunity to impress Orioles officials, and another reminder that they're still playing together a dozen years later. Turner, Davis and Moore were teammates when they were 12- or 13-year-olds on the Orange County (Calif.) Cardinals Connie Mack youth league team. They're in spring training with the Orioles and marveling at how that came to be. "I think the stars aligned for all of us to end up here in the same organization all these years later," Turner said.
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By Jeff Zrebiec | jeff.zrebiec@baltsun.com | February 28, 2010
At some point this spring, Justin Turner will jog out to second base, Blake Davis will head to shortstop and Scott Moore will go to third. For all three, it will serve as another opportunity to impress Oriole officials, and another reminder that they're still playing together a dozen years later. Turner, Davis and Moore were teammates when they were all 12 or 13-years old on the Orange County (Calif.) Cardinals Connie Mack Little League team. They're in spring training with the Orioles and marveling at how that came to be. "I think the stars aligned for all of us to end up here in the same organization all these years later," Turner said.
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By JEFF ZREBIEC | March 24, 2009
JOLTIN' JOLBERT Veteran utility infielder Jolbert Cabrera remains an extreme long shot to make the Orioles' Opening Day roster, but that's no fault of his. Cabrera reached base in all four of his plate appearances Monday in Fort Myers, Fla., going 2-for-2 with two walks. He is hitting .448 this spring. Cabrera, who signed a minor league deal this offseason, tied the game at two with a double to the wall in the second inning. He doubled again in the seventh and scored on Justin Turner's single.
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,Sun reporter | April 19, 2008
Most important to Adam Loewen, the Orioles rallied to win Thursday night's game against the Chicago White Sox. But the left-hander really wanted a chance to bat in the 10th inning. The Orioles ran out of bench players, so manager Dave Trembley sent Aubrey Huff to play third base and shifted Melvin Mora to shortstop. Closer George Sherrill was scheduled to bat before Adam Jones singled to drive in the winning run, but he never would have made it to the plate. Trembley wanted a more experienced hitter in that situation, so Loewen and Steve Trachsel began getting loose.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and Baltimore Sun reporter | June 25, 2010
A night after overcoming a three-run deficit to beat the Florida Marlins, the Orioles dug themselves out of a six-run hole against the Washington Nationals and then got a little help to score the winning run. Second baseman Cristian Guzman's throwing error in the ninth inning on Julio Lugo's potential inning-ending double-play ball allowed Jake Fox to score from second and the Orioles to celebrate a 7-6 victory last night at Camden Yards....
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN REPORTER | April 3, 2008
The first fly ball hit to center fielder Adam Jones in the first intrasquad game turned him in the wrong direction and caused him to fall down without making the catch. Consider it his welcome-to-the-Orioles moment. It also figures to be a rare occurrence, judging by how much he has improved since that embarrassing day. Jones has made tremendous strides in the field, and not just when he is on the run. The extra time he spent with first base coach John Shelby, who works with the outfielders, definitely has appeared to pay off. "I had never seen him play before, so there wasn't really one specific thing that I was looking at. I was just watching him overall, seeing what he did well, what he didn't do well," Shelby said.
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN REPORTER | April 8, 2008
Luke Scott lined a single into left field yesterday, his seventh hit in the past three games. Then he wrote about it to make sure he remembered every detail. Hearkening back to a lesson he learned in the Cleveland Indians' system after being drafted in 2001, Scott keeps a brown notepad in the Orioles' dugout during every game so he can record his at-bats for research purposes. He marks down the date and opponent, what the starting pitcher normally threw and what he saw each time he came to the plate.
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