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  • Orioles rally for 7 runs in the 7th inning and beat Yankees, 7-3

    Orioles rally for 7 runs in the 7th inning and beat Yankees, 7-3
    NEW YORK --As much as the Orioles’ bats were struggling going into their series finale against the New York Yankees, it only took one inning for their fortune to change — and for a season set for doom to suddenly be rejuvenated. The Orioles...
  • Reader Q&A: Mark Gonzales' Cubs mailbag

    Reader Q&A: Mark Gonzales' Cubs mailbag
    I have noticed that when managers need to look up information in the dugouts that they use a notebook. Why haven't they started using laptops or some other devices that would be quicker and more insightful? -- Barry, Carmel, Ind. I once saw a Stanford...
  • Orioles blow lead in the 8th inning and fall to the Yankees, 7-5

    Orioles blow lead in the 8th inning and fall to the Yankees, 7-5
    As dominating as Kevin Gausman was in his first inning of relief Tuesday night, and as well as he's pitched against the Yankees overall, the Orioles' rookie right-hander faced uncharted territory in the eighth inning against the heart of New York's...
  • Pen isn't mighty enough for Orioles

    Pen isn't mighty enough for Orioles
    The Orioles entered the sixth inning of Tuesday night’s loss with a 4-1 lead, but the game unraveled because the bullpen was shorthanded and manager Buck Showalter felt he had to leave rookie Kevin Gausman in for a second inning against the heart of...
  • Orioles thoughts and observations: Wild-card race, curious bullpen moves and Machado's growing pains

    Orioles thoughts and observations: Wild-card race, curious bullpen moves and Machado's growing pains
    On Tuesday night, the momentum of the Orioles' September push for a postseason berth took a hit in the eighth inning of a 7-5 loss to the New York Yankees at Camden Yards. Instead of pushing the Yankees to 2 1/2 games back of them in the American League...
  • Even when he's just talking, Dunn swings and misses

    Even when he's just talking, Dunn swings and misses
    Adam Dunn apparently wants to talk his way out of town. I hope Rick Hahn is listening. The White Sox designated hitter and first baseman who can’t play first base had more thoughts on his future in the final week of this remarkable death spiral....
  • Pick up the phone, baseball GMs

    Pick up the phone, baseball GMs
    See, here's where they get you. For the Cubs and Sox, it's pretty apparent the sale of the year is here. Everyone must go, and for the Cubs, that means the old favorites like Matt Garza and Alfonso Soriano. However, they're going on a teaser run...
  • The Chicago Baseball Happiness Scale

    The Chicago Baseball Happiness Scale
    It's been a bad year for Chicago baseball. The city's beloved ball clubs enter the All-Star break a combined 27 games under .500, and any hope created in 2012 on either side of town seems long dead. The 2013 season will be remembered by fans of either...
  • Sighting: Mark Prior attends Kerry Wood's fundraiser

    Sighting: Mark Prior attends Kerry Wood's fundraiser
    The Cubs’ Anthony Rizzo, Starlin Castro and Jeff Samardzija were on hand for Kerry Wood’s Woody’s Winter Warm-Up fundraiser Friday at Harry Caray’s Tavern at Navy Pier, but it was former Cub Mark Prior who guests seemed most...
  • Angels bullpen is the one source of relief in 4-3 loss to Yankees

    Angels bullpen is the one source of relief in 4-3 loss to Yankees
    NEW YORK — "No. Moral. Victories." Kevin Jepsen made his point perfectly clear Saturday after the Angels lost a 4-3 thriller to the New York Yankees in which managers Mike Scioscia of the Angels and Joe Girardi of the Yankees matched wits like Bobby...
  • Mark Gonzales' Cubs mailbag

    I've noticed over the past few years, it seems the Cubs are the only team that continues to deploy a left and right-handed lineup card depending on the starting pitcher. To me, that seems like it would be hard for anyone to get in a groove. Why not just...