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  • More on Orioles right-hander Miguel Gonzalez's struggles in New York

    Miguel Gonzalez entered Friday’s game having dominated the Yankees, especially in the Bronx, where he had pitched to a 2.20 ERA over five starts here, including one in last year’s postseason. But after holding the Yankees hitless over his...
  • Orioles left-hander Wei-Yin Chen's struggles continue with another early exit

    Orioles left-hander Wei-Yin Chen's struggles continue with another early exit
    NEW YORK – Orioles left-hander Wei-Yin Chen lasted just four innings Sunday afternoon against the Yankees, issuing a career-high five walks, and he left the game trailing 3-0. Over his past two starts – coming in Boston and New York –...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Former Cubs outfielder Alfonso Soriano selling his penthouse condo

    Former Chicago Cubs left fielder Alfonso Soriano on Friday listed his three-bedroom, 3,828-square-foot penthouse condominium in River North for $2.95 million. In late 2006 the Cubs signed him to an eight-year, $136 million deal, the richest in the club'...
  • 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....
  • Forget playing better, Cubs need to trade better

    Forget playing better, Cubs need to trade better
    Cubs manager Dale Sveum and team president Theo Epstein believe the Cubs will take a big step forward this season, and I’m thinking, I guess losing only 90 games would be a big step. Another 100 losses, however, is easily attainable, don’t...
  • 99 problems, Cubs-style

    99 problems, Cubs-style
    The pieces aren't in place yet for the Cubs, but the plan is and so is the braintrust. Whether Tom Ricketts, Theo Epstein and Dale Sveum will succeed remains a mystery, and the fact is there's more to be done. A lot more. So on the cusp of Wrigley...
  • Do's and don'ts for the Crosstown Classic

    Do's and don'ts for the Crosstown Classic
    Right about the time you're settling down for some Memorial Day barbecue and beverages on Monday, the Cubs and White Sox will renew their Crosstown Classic rivalry. This year it's only four games—two at each ballpark—and they're all back to...