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  • Looking at the Orioles' magic number and scenarios for clinching the AL East

    Looking at the Orioles' magic number and scenarios for clinching the AL East
    BOSTON -- This is just a projection. So don’t take it to Vegas. Use it for amusement purposes only. But if the Orioles win this afternoon at Fenway Park against the Boston Red Sox, their magic number for clinching their first American League...
  • With four hits Wednesday, Ryan Flaherty continues success at Fenway Park

    With four hits Wednesday, Ryan Flaherty continues success at Fenway Park
    BOSTON -- Ryan Flaherty, who had a career-high four hits in the Orioles’ 10-6 win Wednesday, doesn’t have a specific reason for why he hits so well at Fenway Park. But the Maine native admits that it is somewhat special playing in front of...
  • Orioles complete three-game sweep with 10-6 victory over Boston Red Sox

    Orioles complete three-game sweep with 10-6 victory over Boston Red Sox
    BOSTON -- Left-hander Wei-Yin Chen once fell four outs away from throwing a perfect game while he was pitching in Japan, so it’s not like Wednesday’s brief flirtation with baseball history in the Orioles’ 10-6 win at Fenway Park was...
  • Pot, trails, and Tinker: Letters

    Hidden agenda on pot From all evidence, medical marijuana is used to treat certain symptoms of certain illnesses. Aside from the truth that most studies are inconclusive and in most cases there are other treatments that are more effective, there is a...
  • 'Top Chef' recap, 'Boston's Bravest and Finest'

    All eyes are on Mei Lin. She whooped everyone and won the first elimination challenge last week with a bowl of rice porridge. Rice porridge, people! In the stew room over empty bottles of beer and wine, one of the brunette cheftestants felt the need...
  • Giants never seem to lose their cool

    SAN FRANCISCO — Boston bills Fenway Park as the "most beloved ballpark in baseball" while the Cubs marketed Wrigley Field this year as the "party of the century." But if you're looking for a ballpark that actually helps its team win championships,...
  • Royals extend postseason streak, push Orioles to brink in ALCS

    Royals extend postseason streak, push Orioles to brink in ALCS
    Orioles Manager Buck Showalter maintained he didn't want to sound like "Captain Obvious" when it came to stressing the importance of Tuesday's game to his players. Trailing the Royals, 2-0, in the American League Championship Series, it was obvious what...
  • 'Top Chef' recap, 'Sudden Death'

    After 12 seasons, "Top Chef" heads to Boston, where I’m sure we will be constantly reminded about how old and important the city is and how rich it is with traditions. Oh yeah and the Red Sox. Don’t you dare forget about the Sox! #eyeroll We...
  • Notre Dame reveals ACC schedule through 2025

      Notre Dame fans hoping for a rematch with Florida State will have to wait until Nov. 10, 2018 as the school announced future football dates through 2025 as part of its partnership with the ACC Tuesday. The arrangement between Notre Dame and the...
  • Breaking Bad's Bryan Cranston recreates Orioles pie celebration

    Breaking Bad's Bryan Cranston recreates Orioles pie celebration
    It's a wonderful world where one of the first things featured in a five-minute long video on the MLB playoffs is an Orioles vignette, isn't it? Emmy Award-winning actor Bryan Cranston, of "Breaking Bad," tells the story of his one-man baseball show in...
  • If NFL comes back to L.A., will taxpayers end up paying for it?

    If NFL comes back to L.A., will taxpayers end up paying for it?
    Wrigley Field. Fenway Park. Yankee Stadium. These venerable sports stadiums were built and paid for by the professional teams that played in them during the early years of the 20th century. By the end of the century, however, billion-dollar franchises...