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By Dan Connolly and The Baltimore Sun | May 23, 2014
Left-handed pitcher Travis Seabrooke, the Orioles' fifth round pick last year out of a Canadian high school, tore the ACL in his right knee and had season-ending surgery Monday. Initially targeted for the Short-A Aberdeen rotation, Seabrooke will not pitch this season, but he should be back within the next year. "It is quite a lengthy recovery with those injuries, but hopefully next year at this time he'll be 100 percent healthy and ready to go,” Orioles player development director Brian Graham said.  Seabrooke, 18, signed last summer for a $291,800 bonus and pitched in three games, two starts, for the Rookie-level Gulf Coast League Orioles in 2013.
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By Aaron Oster | May 13, 2014
A few weeks ago, I wrote about how a honeymoon and his father's death had created a speed bump for Daniel Bryan's title reign. On Monday, he announced an even bigger problem: he has to undergo surgery. Bryan came out to the ring looking extremely serious on Monday. He went through a speech talking about everything he's overcome to get to this point, similar to some of the other speeches he's made lately. Then he dropped the bombshell that he will have surgery on his neck on Tuesday.
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By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | May 9, 2014
Orioles outfield prospect Henry Urrutia will undergo sports hernia surgery on Tuesday and is expected to miss six to eight weeks. He will have the procedure in Philadelphia and it will be performed by Dr. William Meyers. Urrutia hasn't been in the Triple-A Norfolk lineup since April 27 and was hitting .220/.250/.293 with no homers and seven RBIs in 20 games for the Tides. The 27-year-old Urrutia had been dealing with the injury for more than two weeks and tried playing through it. That could partially explain Urrutia's slow start to the season after a strong spring training.
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By Jon Meoli and The Baltimore Sun | May 8, 2014
The Ravens likely won't pick until late this evening in the NFL draft. Given the team's penchant for trading back, it could be an even later night. So maybe it's best to wait until the evening to brew up something strong and read this Coffee Companion, which runs every morning, Monday through Friday, and recaps all the local sports headlines. - The lengthy wait for the NFL draft is finally over. We'll have plenty of coverage today, but here's our final mock draft . Check back throughout the day for more updates.
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By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | May 7, 2014
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. - The Orioles received good news Wednesday when renowned surgeon Dr. James Andrews recommended that catcher Matt Wieters rest his sore right elbow instead of undergoing surgery. For now, Wieters will not catch in order to rest his elbow, but the Orioles plan to keep the hot-hitting switch-hitter in the starting lineup at designated hitter. “It doesn't hurt him to hit at all,” Orioles manager Buck Showalter said. “That's not a factor either way. I'm not going to give you an exact timeframe for when he will be catching again, but I think if it proceeds down the path we think it will, he'll be catching again in the near future.” Wieters, who arrived at Tropicana Field just before the start of Wednesday's game, was not in the Orioles' starting lineup against the Tampa Bay Rays.
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By Paul Tierney, The Baltimore Sun and By Paul Tierney, The Baltimore Sun | April 25, 2014
Devan Hibbs' lacrosse career was supposed to be over. As she lay motionless in a hospital bed, just hours after two foot-long rods and 12 screws were inserted into her back to prevent scoliosis from damaging her vital organs, Hibbs' body was swollen beyond recognition. "It looked like she had just been in a terrible car accident," said Dave Hibbs, Devan's father. "It was that serious. I never imagined she'd be able to play again. We just hoped she'd be able to recover and live a normal life.
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By Janene Holzberg, For The Baltimore Sun | April 17, 2014
On one cupcake, a bunny's back feet, ample behind and fluffy tail are all that can be glimpsed of the creature as it plunges down a rabbit hole. Speckled robins' eggs and jelly beans sit atop knolls of bright green grass on other cupcakes, and a neon-colored marshmallow chick tops a fourth variety. Created on mounds of butter cream frosting with a signature swirl, they are among the Easter offerings at Kupcakes & Co., an Elkridge bakery that produces 10,000 cupcakes a week. Ninety specialty flavors such as Pancakes and Bacon, Strawberries and Champagne, and Salted Caramel rotate on the bakery's daily flavor calendar.
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By Dan Connolly and The Baltimore Sun | April 4, 2014
DETROIT - After Friday's game, Orioles manager Buck Showalter presented the media with some updates from the minor league complex in Sarasota, Fla. ** Third baseman Manny Machado (knee) had a "functional" day Thursday in which he did pretty much all baseball activities: Hit, field, run a little. He felt good during it, Showalter said. Perhaps more important, he felt good Friday. Returning the next day after a tough workout without pain is obviously a good sign. There is no timetable for Machado's return, but he likely won't return until late April, at the earliest.
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By Katherine Dunn, The Baltimore Sun | April 3, 2014
For Brooke Griffin , every moment on the lacrosse field is a joy. The Maryland attacker revels in each slick dodge to goal, each pinpoint pass that finds a teammate's stick, each little celebration of a Terps score. For Brooke Griffin , every moment on the lacrosse field is a joy. The Maryland attacker revels in each slick dodge to goal, each pinpoint pass that finds a teammate's stick, each little celebration of a Terps score. She loves all the scrimmages, all the drills and all the wall ball that have helped put her on the Tewaaraton Award watch list as one of the top players in the college women's game.
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The Baltimore Sun | March 25, 2014
Freshman midfielder Stephen Kelly (Calvert Hall) underwent surgery on his broken right wrist this week and will be out indefinitely for No. 6 North Carolina, including Saturday's game against No. 10 Johns Hopkins in Baltimore. Kelly suffered the injury in the first quarter of last Tuesday's 13-10 win over Harvard but completed the game, winning 13 faceoffs against and getting eight ground balls. He missed Saturday's 11-8 victory over then-No. 1 Maryland. North Carolina used Brent Armstrong (6-for-16)
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