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By Jim Henneman and Jim Henneman,Evening Sun Staff | September 10, 1990
Forget the splashy debut against the world champion Oakland Athletics. The Orioles got a better look at the real Anthony Telford yesterday."That's the sharpest he's been," manager Frank Robinson said after Telford (2-2) worked into the seventh inning of the 3-1 win over the California Angels at Memorial Stadium. "He has the stuff to win up here without making adjustments."Not that one hit in seven innings (the total of Oakland's offense in his debut Aug. 19) is to be dismissed lightly. It's just that Telford wasn't with his normal game plan, and realizes he might have gotten some help from Oakland's aggressive swingers.
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July 11, 2011
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By Peter Schmuck and Peter Schmuck,Staff Writer | August 12, 1993
DETROIT -- Left-hander Brad Pennington could see it coming. He had been hit hard so many times that it probably felt good when it stopped.It stopped yesterday, when the Orioles optioned the rookie reliever back to the Triple-A Rochester Red Wings and recalled right-hander Anthony Telford to pitch in long relief.The move came as no surprise, even if it didn't help in last night's 15-5 loss.Pennington, 24, is one of the most promising and sought-after pitchers in the organization, but he had become a liability in the second half of the season.
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By John A. Morris and John A. Morris,Sun Staff Writer | September 15, 1995
County Executive John G. Gary has rejected proposals by three national companies to design, finance and build a 400-bed, minimum-security jail in Glen Burnie.The executive still might hire one of the private companies to manage the jail once it is built, spokesman Larry Telford said."John's not afraid to privatize this and he's not afraid to let county employees run it," Mr. Telford said. "He's going to look at what's best. Certainly, cost is a factor."Mr. Gary hopes to begin construction by March 1 using traditional public financing, which he believes is more economical, administration officials said yesterday.
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By Peter Schmuck and Peter Schmuck,Staff Writer | March 18, 1992
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. -- Righthander Anthony Telford knows where he stands. He just wants to make sure he's still standing when opportunity presents itself."
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By Milton Kent and Milton Kent,Staff Writer | June 29, 1993
Like Jeffrey Hammonds last week, Anthony Telford caught a flight from Rochester, N.Y., to Baltimore that was uncomfortable and not nearly long enough for him to catch a nap.But unlike Hammonds, who has settled in nicely with the Orioles, Telford, a reliever called up yesterday from the Triple-A Red Wings to replenish an overused bullpen, is certain his travel plans will include a return trip to Rochester."
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,Sun Staff Correspondent | September 27, 1990
NEW YORK -- His season ended ignominiously at Yankee Stadium, but overall, 1990 was a kind year to Anthony Telford."There is no question I'm happy because this year went way beyond my expectations," said Telford, who started as a rehabilitating pitcher for the Class A Frederick Keys and finished with eight starts in the majors."
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By Ken Rosenthal and Ken Rosenthal,Evening Sun Staff | September 26, 1990
NEW YORK -- Righthander Anthony Telford has worked 186 innings this season coming off shoulder surgery, and Orioles manager Frank Robinson wanted to shut him down rather than let him pitch last night.Telford, however, told Robinson he wanted to make one more start. His wife Christine was planning to accompany him to New York, but only if he pitched in the three-game series at Yankee Stadium.Good intentions, bad execution."That's the last time I let a wife influence my decision to let a guy play, pitch, whatever," Robinson joked after Telford failed to retire any of the six hitters he faced in last night's 15-3 loss to New York.
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By Kent Baker | September 10, 1990
Anthony Telford decided yesterday to quit nibbling and start gorging.His bullpen helpers cleaned up the plate after he departed, and as a result, the Baltimore Orioles devoured California's slumping hitters again.With a 3-1 victory at Memorial Stadium, the Orioles completed their first series sweep in almost two months and flashed signs that third place in the American League East may be a reachable goal after all.Telford had no command whatsoever in his previous outing, lasting only two innings, walking four batters and allowing five hits and three runs to the Seattle Mariners.
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By Patti Singer Hagerstown | July 18, 1991
Throwing the first pitch for a strike sounds so simple, but for Anthony Telford, it has been difficult to do consistently this season."It seems that what gets people out when you're 0-1 gets hit when you're 1-0," Telford said.Telford pitched what may have been his best game this season -- a 7-2, complete-game victory over Tidewater last week, allowing two unearned runs."He was ahead, and all his pitches were down in the zone," manager Greg Biagini said.In 17 previous starts, Telford had struggled to a 7-8 record (with four-game and three-game losing streaks)
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By John A. Morris and John A. Morris,Sun Staff Writer | September 14, 1995
A temporary ice skating rink could be installed at Quiet Waters Park and open for business by Nov. 18, a county spokesman said yesterday.The county is negotiating with Arctic Refrigeration of Glen Burnie to install a $250,000 rink on the reflecting pond, said spokesman Larry Telford. It will sit atop the 6-year-old, $1 million in-ground system that broke down in December 1993.The park had attracted up to 1,000 skaters a day during the Christmas holidays until maintenance crews discovered leaks in the 1.5 miles of underground pipes that chilled the ice, park officials said.
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By John Rivera and John Rivera,Sun Staff Writer | December 14, 1994
Anne Arundel County Executive John G. Gary will support building a 78,600-seat football stadium in Laurel only if the Redskins prove to him it would make money for the county and if the team can resolve problems in their plan pointed out by a county hearing officer.In a meeting with lawyers representing the team, Mr. Gary reiterated he would not authorize spending any county tax money for the proposed $160 million stadium, said Lawrence R. Telford IV, a Gary spokesman.But he did offer two incentives.
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By Peter Schmuck and Peter Schmuck,Staff Writer | August 12, 1993
DETROIT -- Left-hander Brad Pennington could see it coming. He had been hit hard so many times that it probably felt good when it stopped.It stopped yesterday, when the Orioles optioned the rookie reliever back to the Triple-A Rochester Red Wings and recalled right-hander Anthony Telford to pitch in long relief.The move came as no surprise, even if it didn't help in last night's 15-5 loss.Pennington, 24, is one of the most promising and sought-after pitchers in the organization, but he had become a liability in the second half of the season.
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By Milton Kent and Milton Kent,Staff Writer | June 29, 1993
Like Jeffrey Hammonds last week, Anthony Telford caught a flight from Rochester, N.Y., to Baltimore that was uncomfortable and not nearly long enough for him to catch a nap.But unlike Hammonds, who has settled in nicely with the Orioles, Telford, a reliever called up yesterday from the Triple-A Red Wings to replenish an overused bullpen, is certain his travel plans will include a return trip to Rochester."
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By KENT BAKER | June 6, 1993
Seeking way to get Telford started, Red Wings make him a 0) starterROCHESTER, N.Y. -- A skeptic could look at the Rochester Red Wings' decision to move Anthony Telford into the rotation as a reward for a job poorly done."
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By Jim Henneman and Jim Henneman,Staff Writer Staff writer Ken Rosenthal contributed to this article | April 1, 1993
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- Johnny Oates knew it would be ugly, and he was right.The Orioles manager dreaded what he had to face yesterday. Early in the day, he told pitcher Anthony Telford and outfielder Jeffrey Hammonds they would go to the minor-league complex for reassignment.But neither of those moves was unexpected -- leaving the tough stuff for later, after a 5-2 exhibition win over the St. Louis Cardinals. That's when Oates informed lefthanded reliever Brad Pennington and outfielders Jack Voigt and Mark Leonard they would not be going to Baltimore.
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By Jim Henneman and Jim Henneman,Staff Writer | March 13, 1993
SARASOTA, Fla. -- For every young player trying to win a job in spring training, the greatest fear is an injury or illness that sets back his program.Time lost at this time of year is irretrievable because somebody is always a step ahead. A veteran can often survive because of past performances, but for someone who isn't established, even the slightest delay can be harmful.Such is the case with right-hander Anthony Telford, who came into the Orioles camp regarded as one of the front-runners for No. 5 spot in the starting rotation.
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By John A. Morris and John A. Morris,Sun Staff Writer | September 14, 1995
A temporary ice skating rink could be installed at Quiet Waters Park and open for business by Nov. 18, a county spokesman said yesterday.The county is negotiating with Arctic Refrigeration of Glen Burnie to install a $250,000 rink on the reflecting pond, said spokesman Larry Telford. It will sit atop the 6-year-old, $1 million in-ground system that broke down in December 1993.The park had attracted up to 1,000 skaters a day during the Christmas holidays until maintenance crews discovered leaks in the 1.5 miles of underground pipes that chilled the ice, park officials said.
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By KEN ROSENTHAL | March 20, 1993
CLEARWATER, Fla. -- Now what? The Orioles asked for this predicament, and they got it. Once you give a man an invitation, you can't accuse him of crashing the party."
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By Jim Henneman and Jim Henneman,Staff Writer | March 13, 1993
SARASOTA, Fla. -- For every young player trying to win a job in spring training, the greatest fear is an injury or illness that sets back his program.Time lost at this time of year is irretrievable because somebody is always a step ahead. A veteran can often survive because of past performances, but for someone who isn't established, even the slightest delay can be harmful.Such is the case with right-hander Anthony Telford, who came into the Orioles camp regarded as one of the front-runners for No. 5 spot in the starting rotation.
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