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Joba Chamberlain

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  • Preview: Orioles at Tigers

    The Detroit Tigers traded for David Price at the deadline so that the former Cy Young Award winner could pitch meaningful games for the team in the postseason. It won't get any more meaningful than Sunday, when the Tigers host the Baltimore Orioles in...
  • With 7-6 comeback win over Tigers, Orioles have chance to sweep Sunday

    With 7-6 comeback win over Tigers, Orioles have chance to sweep Sunday
    Think for a second about postseason heroes in Orioles history. Once you move past the Brooks Robinsons, Frank Robinsons, and Rick Dempseys of franchise lore, there’s another pantheon reserved for guys who will never end up in the club’s Hall...
  • Mitch Albom: Tigers can win Game 3, but not in long run

    It's not that the Tigers can't win Sunday. They can. Comerica Park is not a shoebox like Camden Yards, and routine fly balls here do not rack up as home runs. David Price could pitch into the eighth inning, limiting visits to the haunted house that is the...
  • Orioles rally to seize 2-0 series lead

    The Sports Xchange By Todd Karpovich, The Sports Xchange Orioles rally to seize 2-0 series lead BALTIMORE -- Delmon Young has been a dependable weapon off the bench for the Baltimore Orioles all season, going 10-for-20 as a pinch hitter. So when...
  • Drew Sharp: Blowing second consecutive ALDS game inexcusable for Tigers, Ausmus

    BALTIMORE Amnesia can prove to be a therapeutic tool. Detroit Tigers manager Brad Ausmus counted on the quick turnaround from the nightmarish finish of Thursday evening's Game 1 to this afternoon's Game 2 being a cleansing remedy. Not having much time...
  • Bullpen woes put Tigers on brink of elimination

    BALTIMORE Unfortunately, Anibal Sanchez could pitch only two innings. Sanchez became the steady late-inning reliever the Detroit Tigers have been seeking when he blanked Baltimore in the sixth and seventh inning in Game 2 Friday. He turned a 6-3 lead...
  • Orioles tame Tigers with eighth inning burst

    (Reuters) - Baltimore rallied for a 7-6 win as the Detroit Tigers suffered another eighth inning collapse on Friday, sending the Orioles to a commanding 2-0 lead in the best-of-five American League division series. After scoring eight runs in the...
  • Orioles score four in eighth to take 2-0 series lead over Tigers

    Orioles score four in eighth to take 2-0 series lead over Tigers
    Down by three runs in the eighth inning, the Baltimore Orioles had every reason to believe they could rally against the Tigers. Not only because the Orioles are capable of scoring in bunches, but more importantly, they were going up against Detroit's...
  • On The Fly: Pettiness by Alabama, OK'd By NCAA

    Gaining traction on Twitter and elsewhere is the story of Daisha Simmons. She started her basketball career at Rutgers, transferred to Alabama and wanted to transfer to Seton Hall to finish her career as a post-graduate student. The reason: Her brother is...
  • Tigers Fall Apart Again; Orioles Up 2-0

    BALTIMORE — Think for a second about postseason heroes in Orioles history. Once you move past Brooks Robinson, Frank Robinson and Rick Dempsey, there's another pantheon reserved for guys who will never end up in the team's Hall of Fame, but...
  • Orioles rip bullpen, Tigers 12-3 in Game 1 of ALDS

    BALTIMORE At the July 31 trading deadline, the Detroit Tigers pursued two excellent left-handers from the AL East, either of whom could be a difference in the postseason. They succeeded in getting David Price from Tampa Bay, but they missed on re-...