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July 9, 2003
Who's hot Dontrelle Willis of the Marlins is 7-0 with an ERA of 0.85 over his past nine starts, 8-1 overall with an ERA of 1.98. Who's not Antonio Alfonseca of the Cubs has allowed 13 runs in his past six innings, raising his ERA to 6.03. Line of the day Billy Traber, Indians P IP ..... R ..... H ..... BB ..... SO 9 .........0 ...... 1 ....... 0 ........ 5 On deck Russ Ortiz of the Braves tries to become the NL's first 12-game winner today, facing the Mets. He said it "We don't play the game for the money or to try to make the All-Star team so we can get a bonus."
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January 6, 2010
Matt Holliday is staying with the Cardinals, agreeing Tuesday to a $120 million, seven-year contract that is baseball's richest deal of the offseason. The outfielder's agreement includes $119 million guaranteed over seven seasons plus a $17 million vesting option for 2017 with a $1 million buyout. Holliday helped lead to the Cardinals to the NL Central title after being acquired from the Athletics in July. •Five-time Cy Young Award winner Randy Johnson is retiring after 22 seasons.
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August 4, 1998
Quote: "I'm not Randy Johnson and I'll never be Randy Johnson." -- Paul Spoljaric, Johnson's replacement in Seattle's rotation after the former Cy Young Award winner was traded to the Houston Astros.It's a fact: The first batter the Red Sox's Dennis Eckersley faced Sunday and retired -- the Angels' Troy Glaus -- was born 16 months after Eck made his major-league debut with the 1975 Indians.Who's hot: A homer by the Red Sox's Mo Vaughn Sunday against the Angels extended his hitting streak to 10 games.
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By ROCH KUBATKO | March 20, 2008
Unhappy return Of the 15 batters that Adam Loewen faced yesterday, he retired only five of them and was gone before the second inning was complete. Loewen left with the bases loaded and two outs and the Orioles trailing 4-1. He allowed four runs and four hits, walked four and hit two batters. His only strikeout came against the last batter he faced. Five straight St. Louis hitters reached in the first inning. Albert Pujols belted a two-run homer to left-center field. The ball landed on the outfield grass on one of the back fields.
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By JEFF ZREBIEC | May 14, 2007
Orioles@Toronto Blue Jays Day ................. Time ................... TV .............. Starters Today ............. 7:07 ................ MASN2 ....... Erik Bedard (3-2, 4.79) ........................................ ........................................ vs. Tomo Ohka (2-4, 5.53) Tomorrow ...... 7:07 ............... MASN2 ........ Daniel Cabrera (3-3, 4.59) ........................................ ........................................ vs. undecided Wednesday ... 7:07 .....
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January 6, 2010
Matt Holliday is staying with the Cardinals, agreeing Tuesday to a $120 million, seven-year contract that is baseball's richest deal of the offseason. The outfielder's agreement includes $119 million guaranteed over seven seasons plus a $17 million vesting option for 2017 with a $1 million buyout. Holliday helped lead to the Cardinals to the NL Central title after being acquired from the Athletics in July. •Five-time Cy Young Award winner Randy Johnson is retiring after 22 seasons.
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By ROCH KUBATKO | March 20, 2008
Unhappy return Of the 15 batters that Adam Loewen faced yesterday, he retired only five of them and was gone before the second inning was complete. Loewen left with the bases loaded and two outs and the Orioles trailing 4-1. He allowed four runs and four hits, walked four and hit two batters. His only strikeout came against the last batter he faced. Five straight St. Louis hitters reached in the first inning. Albert Pujols belted a two-run homer to left-center field. The ball landed on the outfield grass on one of the back fields.
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May 19, 2004
Moves Baseball ANGELS: Placed 3B Troy Glaus (shoulder) on 60-day DL, retroactive to May 11. Purchased contract of IF Adam Riggs from Triple-A Salt Lake. BLUE JAYS: Signed OF Marvin Benard to minor league contract; assigned him to Triple-A Syracuse. BRAVES: Placed 2B Marcus Giles (broken right clavicle) on 15-day DL. Activated former Orioles IF Jesse Garcia from bereavement list. DEVIL RAYS: Recalled OF Jonny Gomes from Triple-A Durham. Designated OF Midre Cummings for assignment. EXPOS: Activated OF Carl Everett from 15-day DL. INDIANS: Sent P Jack Cressend outright to Triple-A Buffalo.
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By ROCH KUBATKO | May 24, 2007
Odd double steal The Orioles scored a run in the fifth inning in a most unusual manner. With Corey Patterson on third base, Brian Roberts broke too soon for second and got caught in a rundown after Toronto starter Dustin McGowan stepped off the rubber. Roberts kept glancing at Patterson while trying to stay alive, waiting for him to break for home. It finally happened as shortstop Royce Clayton, who also was checking Roberts, flipped the ball to McGowan covering first. McGowan's throw to the plate sailed over catcher Jason Phillips' head, and Patterson scored.
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By Joe Christensen and Joe Christensen,SUN STAFF | May 17, 2004
Sidney Ponson knew his pitching mechanics were terrible. He didn't need videotape to see that. But when the struggling Orioles' ace reviewed his previous two starts in preparation for last night's game against the Anaheim Angels, he noticed something else. The affable Aruban had forgotten how to smile. He looked so angry when he pitched, he hardly recognized himself, and Ponson has never done anything well when he's mad. So with an ESPN audience watching, Ponson put on his best face and turned in one of the best games of his career - just when his team needed it most.
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By ROCH KUBATKO | May 24, 2007
Odd double steal The Orioles scored a run in the fifth inning in a most unusual manner. With Corey Patterson on third base, Brian Roberts broke too soon for second and got caught in a rundown after Toronto starter Dustin McGowan stepped off the rubber. Roberts kept glancing at Patterson while trying to stay alive, waiting for him to break for home. It finally happened as shortstop Royce Clayton, who also was checking Roberts, flipped the ball to McGowan covering first. McGowan's throw to the plate sailed over catcher Jason Phillips' head, and Patterson scored.
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By JEFF ZREBIEC | May 14, 2007
Orioles@Toronto Blue Jays Day ................. Time ................... TV .............. Starters Today ............. 7:07 ................ MASN2 ....... Erik Bedard (3-2, 4.79) ........................................ ........................................ vs. Tomo Ohka (2-4, 5.53) Tomorrow ...... 7:07 ............... MASN2 ........ Daniel Cabrera (3-3, 4.59) ........................................ ........................................ vs. undecided Wednesday ... 7:07 .....
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May 19, 2004
Moves Baseball ANGELS: Placed 3B Troy Glaus (shoulder) on 60-day DL, retroactive to May 11. Purchased contract of IF Adam Riggs from Triple-A Salt Lake. BLUE JAYS: Signed OF Marvin Benard to minor league contract; assigned him to Triple-A Syracuse. BRAVES: Placed 2B Marcus Giles (broken right clavicle) on 15-day DL. Activated former Orioles IF Jesse Garcia from bereavement list. DEVIL RAYS: Recalled OF Jonny Gomes from Triple-A Durham. Designated OF Midre Cummings for assignment. EXPOS: Activated OF Carl Everett from 15-day DL. INDIANS: Sent P Jack Cressend outright to Triple-A Buffalo.
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By Joe Christensen and Joe Christensen,SUN STAFF | May 17, 2004
Sidney Ponson knew his pitching mechanics were terrible. He didn't need videotape to see that. But when the struggling Orioles' ace reviewed his previous two starts in preparation for last night's game against the Anaheim Angels, he noticed something else. The affable Aruban had forgotten how to smile. He looked so angry when he pitched, he hardly recognized himself, and Ponson has never done anything well when he's mad. So with an ESPN audience watching, Ponson put on his best face and turned in one of the best games of his career - just when his team needed it most.
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July 9, 2003
Who's hot Dontrelle Willis of the Marlins is 7-0 with an ERA of 0.85 over his past nine starts, 8-1 overall with an ERA of 1.98. Who's not Antonio Alfonseca of the Cubs has allowed 13 runs in his past six innings, raising his ERA to 6.03. Line of the day Billy Traber, Indians P IP ..... R ..... H ..... BB ..... SO 9 .........0 ...... 1 ....... 0 ........ 5 On deck Russ Ortiz of the Braves tries to become the NL's first 12-game winner today, facing the Mets. He said it "We don't play the game for the money or to try to make the All-Star team so we can get a bonus."
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By Peter Schmuck and Peter Schmuck,SUN STAFF | May 20, 2001
The Orioles aren't the only team experiencing a serious offensive shortage this spring. The Anaheim Angels, who will visit Camden Yards for a two-game series starting Tuesday night, have been a study in offensive underachievement during the early weeks of the season. The Angels entered the weekend ranked 10th in the American League in batting average and are mired in double-digit rankings in several other important offensive categories. They can still look down and see some teams like the Orioles beneath them, but the offensive frustration is heightened because they entered 2001 with what was considered to be one of the better hitting teams in the league.
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