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  • Bud Norris pitches into 8th inning, gets ejected in Orioles' 4-1 loss to Tigers

    Bud Norris pitches into 8th inning, gets ejected in Orioles' 4-1 loss to Tigers
    Bud Norris silenced the Detroit Tigers hitters early in his outing Saturday night by pitching inside effectively, but when his 113th and final pitch sailed inside and hit right fielder Torii Hunter, it wasn't received well. Tempers flared and both...
  • Jones and Hardy homer as Orioles get their first-ever win against Verlander

    Jones and Hardy homer as Orioles get their first-ever win against Verlander
    DETROIT — Orioles center fielder Adam Jones has seen enough of Justin Verlander to know that the deeper the Detroit Tigers' ace right-hander gets into games, the more unbeatable he becomes. “You'd rather face anybody,” Jones said....
  • Tigers crank out hits against Arrieta to beat Orioles 5-1 in series opener

    Tigers crank out hits against Arrieta to beat Orioles 5-1 in series opener
    DETROIT — Inside a silent visiting clubhouse at Comerica Park, Orioles right-hander Jake Arrieta sat and stared blankly at his locker until he was summoned into manager Buck Showalter's office. Following the Orioles' 5-1 loss to the Detroit Tigers...
  • Buck Showalter isn't a match for Earl Weaver when it comes to arguing

    Buck Showalter isn't a match for Earl Weaver when it comes to arguing
    When it comes to arguing with umpires, Buck Showalter is no Earl Weaver. If there ever was a reason to get tossed from a game, it was Tuesday night's debacle between third base umpire Tim Timmons, the crew chief, and second base umpire Laz Diaz. The...
  • ODU's Ben Verlander starts to emerge from brother Justin's shadow

    ODU's Ben Verlander starts to emerge from brother Justin's shadow
    NORFOLK — Hard ground balls mean different, though equally successful, things to the Brothers Verlander. For older brother Justin, the Major League mega-star pitcher with the Detroit Tigers, they're often a way to get out of an inning. For younger...
  • Orioles' L.J. Hoes ready to contribute right away

    Orioles' L.J. Hoes ready to contribute right away
    It took L.J. Hoes a roundabout way to get to from Triple-A Norfolk to Baltimore this weekend, but the outfielder eventually made it to the Orioles to make his first major league start. Hoes left Rochester, N.Y., on Saturday evening with the goal to make...
  • A troubling start to a non-quality start for Gonzalez

    A troubling start to a non-quality start for Gonzalez
    Orioles right-hander Miguel Gonzalez allowed five runs in the first – and seven runs total – in 2 2/3 innings Wednesday night against the Rays. It halted the Orioles’ season-best seven straight quality starts. Gonzalez allowed a home...
  • Hardy homers twice, but Tigers beat O's 5-4

    Hardy homers twice, but Tigers beat O's 5-4
    So much has gone wrong this season for the Baltimore Orioles, it's difficult at times to say where the franchise should even begin to focus its attention as it tries to address the problems that have led to another frustrating year. But what has become...
  • O's on pace for 100 losses after Guthrie's implosion

    O's on pace for 100 losses after Guthrie's implosion
    It is nights like Saturday when a 100-loss season not only looks like a strong possibility for these 2011 Orioles, but also seems to be their destiny. The Orioles had a five-run lead after two innings and a four-run advantage after five before Jeremy...
  • Orioles batters back up Reyes in 8-5 win over Tigers

    Orioles batters back up Reyes in 8-5 win over Tigers
    From the Orioles' perspective, nearly everything seemed gloomy prior to Sunday's game against the Detroit Tigers. The weather was rainy and miserable, the tarp was on the field, and the forecast showed no let up in sight. Even if the game did go on as...
  • Tigers' success starts at top

    Like Rudolf Nureyev, the Tigers have turned on a dime. They appeared to be downsizing less than two years ago when they traded Curtis Granderson and Edwin Jackson in moves that seemed to show owner Mike Ilitch's concern over a bloated payroll. But that...