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September 24, 2002
Opponent: Toronto Blue Jays Site: SkyDome, Toronto Time: 7:05 TV/Radio: CSN/WBAL (1090 AM) Starters: Orioles' Sean Douglass (0-4, 5.44) vs. Blue Jays' Roy Halladay (17-7, 3.09)
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF | June 30, 2003
Mike Fontenot is taking his reputation as a slap hitter and giving it quite a beating. Fontenot, the 5-foot-8 second baseman at Double-A Bowie, belted his sixth home run in Wednesday's 4-1 victory over New Haven. But increased power - Fontenot's ball cleared the center-field fence and accounted for three runs - isn't the only way he's gaining attention since moving up this year from Single-A Frederick. The 19th overall pick in the 2001 draft, Fontenot built a 16-game hitting streak that fell one short of Tommy Davis' club record.
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By Roch Kubatko | March 6, 2003
The Orioles scored five runs in the second inning and took a 10-6 victory over the Boston Red Sox, who left Nomar Garciaparra, Manny Ramirez, Johnny Damon, Trot Nixon and Shea Hillenbrand in Fort Myers, Fla. Brian Roberts completed the second-inning scoring with a wind-aided, two-run homer off left-hander Casey Fossum, who hit Marty Cordova with the bases loaded and none out to force in the first run. Another run scored when Brook Fordyce grounded into...
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By Joe Christensen and Joe Christensen,SUN STAFF | June 26, 2003
TORONTO - The Orioles dropped struggling left-hander Omar Daal from the starting rotation yesterday, moving him to the bullpen with plans to have Pat Hentgen make Saturday's start against the Philadelphia Phillies. Orioles manager Mike Hargrove said the team considered promoting left-hander Eric DuBose from Triple-A Ottawa but decided against it because DuBose hasn't been pitching as well as he was earlier in the season. DuBose shined in his lone start for the Orioles on May 4 against the Kansas City Royals, allowing just three hits in 6 1/3 innings.
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By Joe Christensen | April 29, 2002
At Fenway Park, Boston Day......Time......TV......Starters Tonight 6:05 CSN Rodrigo Lopez (2-0, 2.21) vs. Frank Castillo (1-1, 3.80) Tomorrow 6:05 CSN Calvin Maduro (1-2, 6.00) vs. Darren Oliver (2-1, 4.26) Wednesday 6:05 CSN Sean Douglass (0-0, 7.36) vs. John Burkett (2-0, 1.64) Radio: All games on WBAL (1090 AM) Red Sox update Red Sox Nation had an extra day to celebrate Derek Lowe's no-hitter, as yesterday's game against the Tampa Bay Devil Rays was rained out. The Red Sox kept their pitching rotation the same, giving the Orioles a break because they will face Castillo tonight and not face John Burkett in the series finale as originally scheduled.
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF | May 19, 2003
The worst enemy of a finesse pitcher doesn't always swing a bat or aim a radar gun, although both of them can be nuisances. As John Stephens found out, cold weather and nagging injuries are even more detrimental. Stephens remained winless in seven starts with the Triple-A Ottawa Lynx going into Friday's game in Richmond, Va. He discovered warmer temperatures as his team traveled south. All the right-hander needed was a victory. At least he had a fair shot this time. Stephens arrived at spring training with the Orioles still recovering from postseason foot surgery, when doctors repaired a fracture by inserting a pin. The entire leg became sore, a condition that remains an issue.
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April 28, 2003
Yesterday Triple-A International League Ottawa 10, Rochester 4: Brian Roberts had three hits and broke a scoreless tie in the fifth inning with a two-run single as the Lynx topped the host Red Wings. Roberts, who had just one RBI through his first 84 at-bats, lined a one-out single in the fifth to put Ottawa ahead 2-0 and singled and scored on a triple by Luis Matos during a five-run seventh. Sean Douglass (2-3) allowed one hit in six scoreless innings, striking out nine, to pick up the win. Double-A Eastern League Erie 1, Bowie 0: Pat Ahearne and two other pitchers combined on a shutout to lead the visiting SeaWolves past the Baysox.
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF | March 12, 2003
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. -- One day after being hit hard in his third spring training appearance, Orioles pitcher Sean Douglass was knocked clear out of camp. The Orioles included Douglass among their 10 cuts yesterday, ending a disappointing stay at the major-league complex. His fate might have been sealed on Monday when he allowed six runs, three earned, in two innings of a 7-4 loss to the Cincinnati Reds in Sarasota, Fla. "When Sean came into camp, we looked at him as a legitimate candidate to make the club in the rotation," manager Mike Hargrove said yesterday.
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By Joe Christensen | March 11, 2003
The Cincinnati Reds sent the Orioles to their fourth straight loss, scoring six runs (three earned) off reliever Sean Douglass in the middle innings to break open a previously well-pitched game. Douglass was a long shot to make the starting rotation, but the Orioles were hoping to see more positives out of him before sending him to Triple-A Ottawa. After Sidney Ponson pitched four scoreless inning, Douglass entered and hit Wily Mo Pena in the helmet with a breaking pitch. Juan Castro followed with a run-scoring triple, scoring the go-ahead run on a passed ball by catcher Geronimo Gil. Pena came up against Douglass the next inning and clubbed a two-run homer.
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By Roch Kubatko | March 6, 2003
The Orioles scored five runs in the second inning and took a 10-6 victory over the Boston Red Sox, who left Nomar Garciaparra, Manny Ramirez, Johnny Damon, Trot Nixon and Shea Hillenbrand in Fort Myers, Fla. Brian Roberts completed the second-inning scoring with a wind-aided, two-run homer off left-hander Casey Fossum, who hit Marty Cordova with the bases loaded and none out to force in the first run. Another run scored when Brook Fordyce grounded into...
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September 24, 2002
Opponent: Toronto Blue Jays Site: SkyDome, Toronto Time: 7:05 TV/Radio: CSN/WBAL (1090 AM) Starters: Orioles' Sean Douglass (0-4, 5.44) vs. Blue Jays' Roy Halladay (17-7, 3.09)
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By Roch Kubatko | September 24, 2002
At SkyDome, Toronto Day Time TV Starters Tonight 7:05 CSN Sean Douglass (0-4, 5.44) vs. Roy Halladay (17-7, 3.09) Tomorrow 7:05 CSN Rodrigo Lopez (15-8, 3.56) vs. Mark Hendrickson (2-0, 3.03) Thursday 7:05 CSN Pat Hentgen (0-3, 7.88) vs. Esteban Loaiza (8-10, 6.01) Radio: All games on WBAL (1090 AM) Blue Jays update Toronto has been downright rude to the Orioles at SkyDome, winning 25 of the past 33 games. Then again, the Blue Jays don't care much about the location. They've won 22 of the past 28 games against the Orioles overall.
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By Joe Christensen and Joe Christensen,SUN STAFF | September 19, 2002
Gone, it seems, are the days when the Orioles could scratch and claw and eke out victories in games when the pitching was solid for both sides. These days, they either blow out their opponent or they lose. That made it tough for rookie pitcher Sean Douglass last night, when he made his best impression of the season and still came away with another loss. Douglass held the Toronto Blue Jays to two runs in seven innings, but the Orioles were the ones slamming their bats and tossing their helmets in disgust.
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