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  • Two-homer games by Young, Machado can't save Tillman in 9-5 loss to Rays

    Two-homer games by Young, Machado can't save Tillman in 9-5 loss to Rays
    When independently asked, Orioles manager Buck Showalter and right-hander Chris Tillman both say that there is no real concern with Tillman this season, that his uncharacteristically-high ERA and dismal record is a confluence of some bad luck and subpar...
  • On The Fly: Jesse Chavez Shuts Out Yankees

    On The Fly: Jesse Chavez Shuts Out Yankees
    The Yankees first stop on an old-fashioned, three-city West Coast trip ended badly. They were tied up in knots by the pitching wizardry of Jesse Chavez, and lost at Oakland, 3-0. That's three of four frittered away in Oakland, last in the West —...
  • So far, Rays moving on fine with life after Joe Maddon

    So far, Rays moving on fine with life after Joe Maddon
    BALTIMORE — Joe Maddon made a cameo appearance in the Rays' clubhouse at Camden Yards on Friday, but none of the players was paying any attention. They continued playing cards and scrolling on their smartphones, oblivious to the scene of Maddon...
  • Sunday morning ramblings: A mediocre May for the AL East, Chen's run support, Clevenger's hot bat

    Sunday morning ramblings: A mediocre May for the AL East, Chen's run support, Clevenger's hot bat
    The Orioles will enter today’s final game of May with a 13-15 record this month. That’s not good. But here’s the startling part. They head into today’s game with the Tampa Bay Rays tied for the best record in the division in May....
  • The Times' MLB rankings

    The Times' MLB rankings
    Last week's ranking in parentheses, statistics are through Friday: 1. ST. LOUIS: The Cardinals' entire rotation is paid less than the Angels are paying Josh Hamilton. (3) 2. KANSAS CITY: The Royals are 19-0 when they score six runs or more. (1) 3....
  • Darren O'Day's escape, J.J. Hardy's single give O's 2-1 walk-off win over Rays

    Darren O'Day's escape, J.J. Hardy's single give O's 2-1 walk-off win over Rays
    It didn't look good for the Orioles in the top of the ninth inning Friday night against the Tampa Bay Rays when right-hander Darren O'Day loaded the bases with no outs in a tie game. The usually dependable O'Day created his own mess, allowing back-to-...
  • Miguel Gonzalez steals show, even in walk-off win

    Miguel Gonzalez steals show, even in walk-off win
    Orioles manager Buck Showalter asked the postgame media throng whether J.J. Hardy was named player of the night Friday for his game-winning single in the bottom of the ninth to give the Orioles a 2-1 victory over the Tampa Bay Rays. When he was told...
  • Napoli Homers Again, Drives In Four; Red Sox Beat Angels 6-1

    Napoli Homers Again, Drives In Four; Red Sox Beat Angels 6-1
    BOSTON (AP) — Mike Napoli might want to find that child that autographed his bat a couple of days ago and have him sign a few more. Napoli hit his fourth homer of the series — all with a bat he had a child sign before the series opener...
  • Managerial success proves dugout experience no longer prerequisite

    Managerial success proves dugout experience no longer prerequisite
    Everyone thinks they can manage, and now maybe anyone can. The trend toward hiring managers with no experience is growing, with the Brewers' Craig Counsell and the Marlins' Dan Jennings as the latest examples. Perhaps Bill Veeck had the right idea...
  • Prado's walk-off single snaps Marlins' losing streak to beat Orioles

    Prado's walk-off single snaps Marlins' losing streak to beat Orioles
    It’s been an eventful, emotional week for the Marlins, who entered the second game of their series against the Orioles looking to snap an eight-game losing streak. And during a stretch where there’s been frustration, and drama aplenty, it...
  • Rangers Ride 10-run 3rd Inning In 15-4 Rout Of Yankees

    NEW YORK (AP) — Shin-Soo Choo hit a go-ahead single and a three-run homer in a 10-run third inning that chased CC Sabathia from his shortest start in six years, and the Texas Rangers routed the reelingYankees 15-4 Saturday to send New York to its...