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Joel Peralta

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  • Orioles leave 15 runners on base, lose to the Rays 4-3

    Orioles leave 15 runners on base, lose to the Rays 4-3
    The Orioles received the rarest of baseball gifts Monday night, a rocky and abbreviated start from reigning American League Cy Young Award winner David Price. They didn’t enjoy it, though, because the Orioles’ offense simply couldn’t...
  • O's and their opponents prepared for a 'five-horse race' in the AL East

    O's and their opponents prepared for a 'five-horse race' in the AL East
    SARASOTA, Fla. — For most of the past two decades, the American League East has been considered the toughest division in baseball, primarily because it contained the sport's two financial behemoths, the New York Yankees and the Boston Red Sox....
  • Rub Some Dirt on It: Weirdest Injuries in Baseball 2013

     
    Rub Some Dirt on It: Weirdest Injuries in Baseball 2013: The strangest injuries in the MLB season, with the best-off-the-field and other stupid ways players got scratched from the lineup or put on the DL. ALSO SEE: World Series 2013 TV schedule Baseball's...
  • Manny Machado's 14th-inning single clinches the Orioles' first non-losing season since 1997

    Manny Machado's 14th-inning single clinches the Orioles' first non-losing season since 1997
    The Orioles’ 3-2 extra-inning win over the Tampa Bay Rays on Thursday afternoon was a long time coming — in more ways than one. The Orioles needed 14 innings — and five hours and 14 minutes — to complete a three-game sweep of...
  • Rays make Orioles' Britton pay for one bad inning

    Rays make Orioles' Britton pay for one bad inning
    The Orioles' 6-2 loss to the Tampa Bay Rays on an ugly, rainy, sloppy night Friday at Camden Yards provided a crystal-clear example of what separates successful veteran pitchers from inexperienced ones that are seemingly headed toward that path. Tampa...
  • Mariners Rally Comes Up Short, Lose to Rays 3-2

    Mariners Rally Comes Up Short, Lose to Rays 3-2
    It's too early to make any bold proclamations about what has been a surprising season for the Mariners, but one quality has become increasingly present: They fight to the end in every game. Take Saturday's 3-2 loss to Tampa Bay before a sun-splashed...
  • Mariners Win Sixth Straight Series Beating Rays, 9-6

    Mariners Win Sixth Straight Series Beating Rays, 9-6
    Before Sunday's game, Mariners manager Eric Wedge spoke of Miguel Olivo's strength of personality as a team leader. He didn't even mention his catcher's hot bat. But it was the latter that once again spoke the loudest in the series finale against the...
  • Miserable, But Trying to Stay Positive, Royals Manager Says.

    Miserable, But Trying to Stay Positive, Royals Manager Says.
    ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) -- The Kansas City Royals are going through the growing pains of a promising young team. Jeff Niemann won his sixth consecutive decision, Ben Zobrist had a two-run triple and the Tampa Bay Rays completed a four-game sweep with a...
  • Orioles strand 10 runners in loss to Tampa Bay

    Orioles strand 10 runners in loss to Tampa Bay
    ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. – There was plenty of blame to go around after the Orioles' 2-0 loss to the Tampa Bay Rays on Friday night, but very little of it could be placed on right-hander Tommy Hunter. Yes, Hunter's biggest problem this season has...
  • Taylor Teagarden's RBI double in 10th inning gives Orioles 1-0 win over Rays

    Taylor Teagarden's RBI double in 10th inning gives Orioles 1-0 win over Rays
    The Orioles’ fortunes changed dramatically over the course of 24 hours this weekend in Tampa Bay. On Friday night, the visiting clubhouse of Tropicana Field was quiet — the air full of frustration — after the Orioles suffered their...
  • Feud between Rays' Maddon, Nationals' Johnson is best summer entertainment in years

    Feud between Rays' Maddon, Nationals' Johnson is best summer entertainment in years
    On the surface, it sounds like baseball’s version of “Grumpy Old Men.” Tampa Bay manager Joe Maddon is still steaming about his reliever, Joel Peralta, being ejected for having pine tar on his glove in Tuesday’s 5-4 Rays’...