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By Joe Christensen | March 13, 2004
Tim Raines led off the seventh inning with a home run, breaking a 4-4 tie, and added a run-scoring single in the eighth as the Orioles overcame four errors to claim their fourth victory in nine exhibition games. Raines went 3-for-5 with two RBIs and finished a triple short of the cycle. Clay Bellinger also hit a two-run homer for the Orioles, who blew a pair of early two-run leads but held on late to win their second in a row. Orioles starter Kurt Ainsworth was charged with four runs in 3 1/3 innings, but only two of those runs were earned.
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December 25, 1990
BaseballChicago White Sox -- Obtained OF Tim Raines (.287, 9 HRs, 62 RBI), minor-league P Jeff Carter and player to be named from Montreal Expos for OF Ivan Calderon (.273, 14 HRs, 74 RBI) and P Barry Jones (11-4, 2.31 ERA). Agreed to 3-year, $10.5 million contract with Raines.BasketballBoston Celtics -- Waived F Dave Popson (2.3 ppg in 11 games).Dallas Mavericks -- Waived G Kelvin Upshaw (2.0 ppg in 4 games).Denver Nuggets -- Waived G T.R. Dunn (3.1 ppg, 2.5 apg in 17 games) and G Avery Johnson (3.8 ppg, 3.7 apg in 21 games)
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF | October 5, 2001
No other lineup card in baseball matched the one scribbled upon last night by Orioles manager Mike Hargrove. Who else could put a father in left field, his son in center and a legend at third base? As another game was peeled from what remains of Cal Ripken's career, the Orioles plucked a few more heartstrings by starting Tim Raines Sr. and Tim Raines Jr. in the same outfield. A season that's left so many fans cold never felt so cozy. With the memories becoming fresher, the ovations more prolonged and flashbulbs lighting up Camden Yards, Ripken ended an 0-for-33 streak by lining a single off the glove of Boston third baseman Shea Hillenbrand in the Orioles' 5-4 loss to the Red Sox before 43,302.
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By Roch Kubatko | March 6, 2001
**** Jay Gibbons: This is getting ridiculous. *** Pat Hentgen: Expected to be the Opening Day starter, Hentgen looks awfully good as the No. 4 guy after a delayed spring debut. Brady Anderson: Reaches his first two trips, gets to second after an apparent pickoff and steals a base. Steve Sisco: Collects two hits and reaches base four times. And his defense at second continues to impress. Ed Rogers: The prospect everyone is talking about had two infield hits in two at-bats. His speed is just one component of a dynamic package.
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By Peter Schmuck | November 30, 1990
CHICAGO CUBS Wish list: The Cubs just signed Danny Jackson, but they still are seeking help in the starting rotation. They also covet a right-handed bullpen closer and a right-handed hitter.Trade bait: It seems far-fetched, but there are whispers that the Cubs are willing to trade Jerome Walton for a power-hitting outfielder. Reliever Mitch Williams and outfielder Dwight Smith are available.Rumor mill: The Cubs might try to move shortstop Shawon Dunston, who is close to free-agent eligibility.
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By Buster Olney | February 14, 1996
Chris HoilesHis projected role for Orioles: The everyday catcher. Hoiles is in the second year of a five-year contract.Number crunching: Hoiles batted .208 with 10 homers and 27 RBIs in 173 at-bats before the All-Star break, .291 with nine homers and 31 RBIs in 179 at-bats after the break.Where he has been: Hoiles spent most of his off-season in Baltimore, although Hoiles, his father and Orioles bullpen catcher Sammy Snider went to Idaho to hunt whitetail deer. "I got a nice 10-pointer," he said.
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,SUN STAFF | September 6, 2000
FREDERICK - The Frederick rally towels turned into crying towels last night. For the second straight game, the Keys played competitively, but not well enough to overcome a scorching Lynchburg team, which clinched the Carolina League's Northern Division title with a 4-2 victory at Harry Grove Stadium. A crowd of 2,905 fans watched the Hillcats, Pittsburgh Pirates' farmhands, advance to the league championship series starting tomorrow against the Myrtle Beach Pelicans, who won both halves in the Southern Division.
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF | October 5, 2001
No other lineup card in baseball matched the one scribbled upon last night by Orioles manager Mike Hargrove. Who else could put a father in left field, his son in center and a legend at third base? As another game was peeled from what remains of Cal Ripken's career, the Orioles plucked a few more heartstrings by starting Tim Raines Sr. and Tim Raines Jr. in the same outfield. A season that's left so many fans cold never felt so cozy. With the memories becoming fresher, the ovations more prolonged and flashbulbs lighting up Camden Yards, Ripken ended an 0-for-33 streak by lining a single off the glove of Boston third baseman Shea Hillenbrand in the Orioles' 5-4 loss to the Red Sox before 43,302.
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By Joe Strauss and Joe Strauss,SUN STAFF | October 4, 2001
Torn between emotion and cool logic, manager Mike Hargrove went with his heart every time last night at Camden Yards. The Toronto Blue Jays benefited from no such ambivalence and took a 7-6 win before a crowd of 33,705 who cheered another retiring performance by Cal Ripken, applauded an unexpected reunion of father and son and winced at a three-hitter meltdown by a tired reliever. The Orioles blew four leads and were finally beaten by third baseman Felipe Lopez's bases-loaded triple in the eighth inning against rookie Jorge Julio, but he only held his predecessor's mop. Trying to help Buddy Groom to a sixth straight 70-appearance season, Hargrove summoned him two days after he had worked two innings.
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By Joe Strauss and Joe Strauss,SUN STAFF | October 4, 2001
Torn between emotion and cool logic, manager Mike Hargrove went with his heart every time last night at Camden Yards. The Toronto Blue Jays benefited from no such ambivalence and took a 7-6 win before a crowd of 33,705 who cheered another retiring performance by Cal Ripken, applauded an unexpected reunion of father and son and winced at a three-hitter meltdown by a tired reliever. The Orioles blew four leads and were finally beaten by third baseman Felipe Lopez's bases-loaded triple in the eighth inning against rookie Jorge Julio, but he only held his predecessor's mop. Trying to help Buddy Groom to a sixth straight 70-appearance season, Hargrove summoned him two days after he had worked two innings.
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF | October 2, 2001
Unable to take the field more than once since Aug. 23, Orioles first baseman David Segui will have arthroscopic surgery on his left knee after the season to correct a problem that's confined him to the dugout for the past 15 games and won't allow him to play during the final week. It hasn't been determined where the procedure will take place or by which doctor - details that put Segui into a meeting with manager Mike Hargrove, vice president of baseball operations Syd Thrift and trainer Richie Bancells before last night's game.
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF | March 7, 2001
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. - Batting first for the Montreal Expos: Tim Raines. Batting first for the Orioles: Tim Raines Jr. Just as father and son envisioned it. Playing in the same game for the first time, the elder Raines served as Montreal's designated hitter while Raines Jr. patrolled center field in the Orioles' 7-6 victory at Fort Lauderdale Stadium. Raines Sr. went 2-for-3 with an RBI single, which his son charged to field. Raines Jr. went 1-for-2 with an RBI single before being replaced in the fourth inning.
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,SUN STAFF | September 6, 2000
FREDERICK - The Frederick rally towels turned into crying towels last night. For the second straight game, the Keys played competitively, but not well enough to overcome a scorching Lynchburg team, which clinched the Carolina League's Northern Division title with a 4-2 victory at Harry Grove Stadium. A crowd of 2,905 fans watched the Hillcats, Pittsburgh Pirates' farmhands, advance to the league championship series starting tomorrow against the Myrtle Beach Pelicans, who won both halves in the Southern Division.
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By Peter Schmuck and Buster Olney and Peter Schmuck and Buster Olney,SUN STAFF | October 22, 1996
NEW YORK -- The Atlanta Braves scored 12 runs in the first game of the 92nd World Series, but that didn't keep manager Bobby Cox from making a big change in his lineup last night.He removed Ryan Klesko from the designated hitter slot and replaced him with veteran Terry Pendleton, a move that Cox described as a "seat of the pants" decision.Certainly, there was more to it than that, but it was a curious move from a statistical standpoint. Pendleton, who was 1-for-4 last night, batted just .189 in 37 regular-season at-bats against left-handers.
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By Buster Olney | February 14, 1996
Chris HoilesHis projected role for Orioles: The everyday catcher. Hoiles is in the second year of a five-year contract.Number crunching: Hoiles batted .208 with 10 homers and 27 RBIs in 173 at-bats before the All-Star break, .291 with nine homers and 31 RBIs in 179 at-bats after the break.Where he has been: Hoiles spent most of his off-season in Baltimore, although Hoiles, his father and Orioles bullpen catcher Sammy Snider went to Idaho to hunt whitetail deer. "I got a nice 10-pointer," he said.
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