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  • Orioles go into All-Star break on upbeat note

    Orioles go into All-Star break on upbeat note
    Orioles second baseman Brian Roberts will spend the All-Star break in Baltimore, trying to rid himself of an upper respiratory infection that has dogged him for the entire month. Pitching coach Rick Kranitz will return to his Arizona home to relax and...
  • After hanging tough, O's blasted in 13th

    After hanging tough, O's blasted in 13th
    They dug themselves out from an early four-run hole to tie the game in the fifth. They then erased a two-run deficit by scoring runs in the eighth and ninth inning, the latter one coming against Angels All-Star closer Brian Fuentes. And just as it seemed...
  • AL East: No longer the surprise team, can the Tampa Bay Rays be the beasts of the East again?

    AMERICAN LEAGUE EAST BOSTON RED SOX (95-67, 2nd) MANAGER: Terry Francona (6th season) PAYROLL: $130 million X-FACTOR: If John Smoltz has one more comeback left in that Hall of Fame arm, he should make for quite a midseason addition. BEST CASE: Mike...
  • O's get off to flying start with win over Yankees

    O's get off to flying start with win over Yankees
    It went as well as even the most optimistic Orioles fan could hope, from the pounding of the New York Yankees' new $161 million ace, to the booing of the former savior turned archenemy, to the debut of their all-glove shortstop who proved adept with his...
  • Uehara solid; Orioles' bats come up big

    Uehara solid; Orioles' bats come up big
    It was both historic and unspectacular. It also was enough for Koji Uehara and his Orioles teammates to feel satisfied with the right-hander's indoctrination to major league baseball, a 7-5 victory over the New York Yankees. "The Yankees have a great...
  • O's lose momentum after missed chances, error

    O's lose momentum after missed chances, error
    The momentum the home team built in beating the New York Yankees in the first two games of the series started to seep away in the third inning Thursday when A.J. Burnett struck out Aubrey Huff on a wicked curveball with the count full, the bases loaded...
  • O's slam door on Rays

    O's slam door on Rays
    One hit, a grand slam by Melvin Mora in the first inning against the Tampa Bay Rays on Saturday night, led to an anticlimactic 6-0 win for the Orioles and propelled them to a second consecutive series victory to start a season for the first time in 11...
  • Sanchez, Giants still sizzling

    GLENDALE — The following are updates on area Major League Baseball players. Freddy Sanchez (Glendale Community College, 1998) second baseman, San Francisco Giants: Sanchez and the Giants remain in the race for the National League West Division...
  • Paul Sullivan's Cubs mailbag

    Paul Sullivan's Cubs mailbag
    This week's Ask Paul addresses the managerial search, Ramirez's defense, Nady's future and whether Ask Paul is playing out the string. What's all this about hiring Ryno? The guy has no big league experience. Wouldn't it be better to hire Joe Girardi, Joe...
  • Former Vaq's wait is over

    GLENDALE — After nine seasons, 844 Major League Baseball games and 3,161 at-bats, Freddy Sanchez will now have the opportunity to compete in the postseason for the first time. Sanchez, a Burbank High graduate who attended Glendale Community...
  • Finally, the postseason

    BURBANK — After nine seasons, 844 Major League Baseball games and 3,161 at-bats, Freddy Sanchez is finally getting the opportunity to compete in the postseason for the first time. Sanchez, a Burbank High graduate who attended Glendale Community...