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January 1, 1991
BaseballNew York Yankees -- Bought the contract of P Scott Sanderson (17-11, 3.88 ERA in 1990) from the Oakland Athletics and signed Sanderson to a two-year contract worth approximately $4.75 million.BasketballCleveland Cavaliers -- Signed F Henry James to a 10-day contract.SoccerDetroit Rockers -- Placed D Dragoslav Jaha on waivers.RacingGarden State Park -- Appointed Richard Orbann, general manager of one of Philadelphia Park's off track betting facilities, assistant manager for operations.
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By Peter Schmuck and Peter Schmuck,Sun Staff Writer | November 12, 1994
RYE BROOK, N.Y. -- Baseball's union and management bargaining units met yesterday afternoon, but no proposals were exchanged and no concessions were made.Special mediator William Usery will bring the negotiating teams back together today for a third day of meetings, though no one would predict if there would be hard bargaining before the session at the Doral Arrowwood Conference Center ends today or tomorrow."We've had a lot of constructive dialogue -- a lot of issues have been discussed," Usery said.
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November 2, 1993
The 17 players who filed for free agency yesterday. Players with six or more seasons of major-league service whose contracts have expired and who are not bound by repeater rights restrictions may file for free agency through Sunday:AMERICAN LEAGUEOrioles -- Harold Baines, of; Rick Sutcliffe, p.Boston -- Rob Deer, of.Chicago -- Ivan Calderon, of; Jose DeLeon, rhp; Tim Raines, of.Oakland -- Mike Aldrete, of; Rick Honeycutt, lhp.Texas -- Craig Lefferts, lhp.Toronto...
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By Jim Henneman hTCSO: Sun Staff Writer | June 4, 1994
They don't even have the best record in the American League, let alone the majors, but don't be misled. A strong argument can be made that the team playing against the Orioles this weekend is the best in baseball.The more the Chicago White Sox are analyzed, the more impressive they become. If the top two pitchers (Jack McDowell and Alex Fernandez, who are 7-13 combined) in the rotation find their normal groove, and all else remains the same, the players association is the only group that figures to be able to stop this team.
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January 4, 1991
Oakland third baseman Carney Lansford was examined yesterday for injuries, described by the Athletics as "serious," suffered in a snowmobiling accident last week, a team spokesman said.Lansford injured his right shoulder and left knee while riding a snowmobile near his home in Baker, Ore., Monday, team spokesman Jay Alves said.Alves said he did not know the exact nature of Lansford's injuries but that no bones were broken. However, a team news release described the injuries as "serious.""He's undergoing tests at this time in San Francisco, and we won't know anything until tomorrow," Alves said.
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By Jim Henneman and Jim Henneman,Evening Sun Staff | May 24, 1991
The matchup between the Orioles and Yankees this weekend is one that Basement Bertha could appreciate.The only way the Orioles can escape from last place is to win the first three games of Johnny Oates' big-league managerial career. To understand the enormity of that task, consider that the Orioles not only haven't been able to sweep a series this year, they have been able to win only one.Since beating Texas twice in three games April 12-14, the Orioles have gone winless in 11 consecutive series (0-9-2)
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By PETER SCHMUCK | July 7, 1991
There are a few things you have to remember about the All-Star selection process:The right choices: Tettleton (starter), Harper (reserve).OutfieldKen Griffey Jr. has captured the heart of the baseball public, but his numbers don't justify his status as the American League's top vote-getter. Dave Henderson is the only legitimate choice for the starting lineup, thanks to a tremendous all-around performance in the first half. Rickey Henderson made the starting lineup because he is one of the most loved and hated players in the game, but this is one year he could have been left off the roster.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Evening Sun Staff | July 3, 1991
A situation ripe with opportunity awaits the Orioles after the wrap up their three-game series with the Detroit Tigers tonight (6:35, HTS).They will then head for New York for a four-game set with the Yankees starting tomorrow (1 p.m., Channel 2). Now that the Orioles are out of the American League East cellar, in sixth place, they can pull closer to the fourth-place Yankees with any sort of success this weekend.It behooves the Orioles to make the most of this trip leading up to the All-Star Game break because they won't face any members in their weak division until Aug. 5. They will play Oakland, California, Seattle and Chicago in the interim.
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By Jim Henneman and Jim Henneman,Evening Sun Staff | July 5, 1991
NEW YORK -- John Oates admitted yesterday that how he uses Todd Frohwirth in the future could depend on the reliever's ability to hold runners on base."
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By Jim Henneman hTCSO: Sun Staff Writer | June 4, 1994
They don't even have the best record in the American League, let alone the majors, but don't be misled. A strong argument can be made that the team playing against the Orioles this weekend is the best in baseball.The more the Chicago White Sox are analyzed, the more impressive they become. If the top two pitchers (Jack McDowell and Alex Fernandez, who are 7-13 combined) in the rotation find their normal groove, and all else remains the same, the players association is the only group that figures to be able to stop this team.
SPORTS
November 2, 1993
The 17 players who filed for free agency yesterday. Players with six or more seasons of major-league service whose contracts have expired and who are not bound by repeater rights restrictions may file for free agency through Sunday:AMERICAN LEAGUEOrioles -- Harold Baines, of; Rick Sutcliffe, p.Boston -- Rob Deer, of.Chicago -- Ivan Calderon, of; Jose DeLeon, rhp; Tim Raines, of.Oakland -- Mike Aldrete, of; Rick Honeycutt, lhp.Texas -- Craig Lefferts, lhp.Toronto...
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By TOM PETERS | August 30, 1993
Wandering along the craggy, rugged coast of Northern California for 10 days spawned these thoughts:* Don't trust folks over 50! Why? They're far too trustworthy. I reflected on recently acquired habits of a certain 50.8-year-old (me): I get to airports an hour before my flight. I arrive at seminars with time to spare. I rarely turn beet red after suffering a bad-service episode. I even find myself obeying the 55-mph speed limit on nearby Interstate 280.In short, I'm mellowing. That's not all bad -- e.g., for blood pressure and longevity.
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By Jim Henneman and Jim Henneman,Staff Writer | February 28, 1993
SARASOTA, Fla. -- Fernando Valenzuela is attempting another comeback -- this time as the latest reclamation project of the Orioles.Valenzuela, who inspired almost a decade of "Fernando Maniain Southern California while pitching for the Los Angeles Dodgers, has agreed to come to camp as a non-roster player. He signed a Triple-A Rochester Red Wings contract and is expected to report tonight and work out for the first time tomorrow.Yesterday's surprise announcement was the result of suggestion by assistant general manager Frank Robinson, a scouting report by Fred Uhlman Sr. and the persistence of player agent Dick Moss."
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By PETER SCHMUCK | February 14, 1993
It could get a little crowded around the practice mounds at Twin Lakes Park next weekend. The Orioles will open pitcher and catcher workouts in Sarasota, Fla., on Friday with a long list of candidates for the final spot in manager Johnny Oates' five-man starting rotation.Don't know much about Jamie Moyer and Steve Searcy? Stick around. Excited about the Mark Williamson experiment? Why not? Ready to get acquainted with Wayne Edwards and Mike Cook and promising John O'Donoghue -- or reacquainted with Anthony Telford?
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By Jim Henneman and Jim Henneman,Staff Writer | September 9, 1992
The best thing to happen to the Orioles last night was the rain that interrupted the game after the third inning. But then it stopped, which was definitely the worst possible scenario.When play resumed, Danny Tartabull turned Camden Yards into his own playground as the Yankees rained hits in every direction while thrashing the Orioles, 16-4.By the time the long night came to a merciful conclusion, Tartabull had personally accounted for more than twice as many runs as the Orioles.The Yankees right fielder lofted a pair of home runs, his 20th and 21st of the season, and added a double and two singles for the first five-hit game of his career.
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By Jim Henneman and Jim Henneman,Staff Writer | June 21, 1992
Rick Sutcliffe received every opportunity to give himself an early birthday present last night, but the New York Yankees spoiled his party by pounding the Orioles, 9-5.With his bullpen going through a period of uncertainty, Orioles manager Johnny Oates stayed with his veteran right-hander beyond what would be considered normal limits. But there was nothing positive to be gained by going the extra innings.Sutcliffe (9-5), who turns 36 today, was hammered for nine hits and issued five walks in 5 2/3 innings in losing for the first time in his past six starts.
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By TOM PETERS | August 30, 1993
Wandering along the craggy, rugged coast of Northern California for 10 days spawned these thoughts:* Don't trust folks over 50! Why? They're far too trustworthy. I reflected on recently acquired habits of a certain 50.8-year-old (me): I get to airports an hour before my flight. I arrive at seminars with time to spare. I rarely turn beet red after suffering a bad-service episode. I even find myself obeying the 55-mph speed limit on nearby Interstate 280.In short, I'm mellowing. That's not all bad -- e.g., for blood pressure and longevity.
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By Peter Schmuck and Peter Schmuck,Sun Staff Writer | November 12, 1994
RYE BROOK, N.Y. -- Baseball's union and management bargaining units met yesterday afternoon, but no proposals were exchanged and no concessions were made.Special mediator William Usery will bring the negotiating teams back together today for a third day of meetings, though no one would predict if there would be hard bargaining before the session at the Doral Arrowwood Conference Center ends today or tomorrow."We've had a lot of constructive dialogue -- a lot of issues have been discussed," Usery said.
SPORTS
April 13, 1992
The arrival of former Oriole Rene Gonzales was a big plus for the California Angels yesterday, but it couldn't offset the departure of lefthander Mark Langston in the Angels' 13-9 victory over Milwaukee before 22,823 at Anaheim Stadium.Gonzo, as he was affectionately known in Baltimore, got off a plane from Triple-A Edmonton just in time to hit a three-run home run, one of seven extra-base hits in the Angels' 14-hit attack yesterday. But even Lance Parrish's 1,000th RBI, coming on another three-run homer, couldn't brighten the spirits of the Angels when Langston limped off the mound with a strained left hip after pitching five innings.
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By PETER SCHMUCK | July 7, 1991
There are a few things you have to remember about the All-Star selection process:The right choices: Tettleton (starter), Harper (reserve).OutfieldKen Griffey Jr. has captured the heart of the baseball public, but his numbers don't justify his status as the American League's top vote-getter. Dave Henderson is the only legitimate choice for the starting lineup, thanks to a tremendous all-around performance in the first half. Rickey Henderson made the starting lineup because he is one of the most loved and hated players in the game, but this is one year he could have been left off the roster.
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