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Johan Santana

Starting left-handed pitcher for the New York Mets.
Starting left-handed pitcher for the New York Mets. « Show less

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  • Kevin Gausman shows big-time potential as Orioles beat Athletics, 6-3

    Kevin Gausman shows big-time potential as Orioles beat Athletics, 6-3
    The Orioles were forced to call on pitching prospect Kevin Gausman for a spot start Saturday night against the Oakland Athletics because of an injury to their rotation. With his honeymoon of hype over, all the hoopla that accompanied the 23-year-old's...
  • Orioles add Josh Stinson from Triple-A Norfolk, option Brad Brach to Tides

    Orioles add Josh Stinson from Triple-A Norfolk, option Brad Brach to Tides
    Before Monday’s game, the Orioles purchased the contract of right-hander Josh Stinson from Triple-A Norfolk to bolster a bullpen that was depleted after right-hander Ubaldo Jimenez’s short outing Sunday against the Oakland Athletics. To make...
  • Travis Wood crashes Anthony Rizzo's beatification

    Travis Wood crashes Anthony Rizzo's beatification
    This one is too easy: Anthony Rizzo finally got called up from the minors and will make his Cubs debut after going 0-for-his-last-9 in Iowa. So, yeah, he’s a perfect Cub. See? Told you it was too easy. But seriously, folks, Rizzo will start...
  • Power rankings: No. 25 Mets

    Power rankings: No. 25 Mets
    Bernie Madoff, meet Ruben Tejada. Ruben Tejada, meet Bernie Madoff. Mets fans, meet your future until your swindled owner, Fred Wilpon, is replaced by someone who has the financial might Wilpon had when he and Nelson Doubleday bought the team from...
  • Power rankings: No. 24 Twins

    Power rankings: No. 24 Twins
    Fans in St. Louis have it easy. They're merely conflicted about who to blame for Albert Pujols' departure. The feelings of many Twins fans are much more awkward. Everyone loves Joe Mauer, don't they? But business is business, and the hometown icon has...
  • Orioles blanked by Mets for 2nd straight night

    Orioles blanked by Mets for 2nd straight night
    Orioles entered this six-game road trip to National League parks on their hottest offensive tear of the season. Consider it cooled. Considerably. The Orioles lost 5-0 to the New York Mets on Tuesday, the second consecutive night in which they have...
  • Orioles bats need to get going against Mets pitching

    Orioles bats need to get going against Mets pitching
    There is a built-in explanation for why the Orioles suffered consecutive shutouts on Monday and Tuesday for the first time since 2005. The New York Mets' pitching. The Orioles had to face knuckleball extraordinaire R.A. Dickey  on Monday and then former...
  • Orioles' bats remain quiet in 3-1 loss to Nats before sellout crowd

    Orioles' bats remain quiet in 3-1 loss to Nats before sellout crowd
    The brick wall that the Orioles' offense has hit over the past eight games can be somewhat attributed to the quality of pitching it has faced. But as the missed opportunities — and goose eggs on the Camden Yards scoreboard — continue to mount,...
  • Orioles' bats still flat

    Orioles' bats still flat
    The focus is going to be on Brian Matusz, who allowed a career-high 13 hits on Tuesday and lost his fourth consecutive decision. But the microscope has to be on the Orioles’ offense. For the ninth time in their last 10 games they have scored three...
  • The biology of the midseason pitching slump

    The biology of the midseason pitching slump
    The All-Star Game brings more than just a midseason shot of excitement to Major League Baseball. It provides much-needed rest for the players, a four-day respite in a 162-game season that often produces fatigue and injury. The players who most need...
  • Orioles' Eveland no longer considers himself rotation candidate

    Orioles' Eveland no longer considers himself rotation candidate
    Orioles left-hander Dana Eveland entered his Grapefruit League start Wednesday against the Toronto Blue Jays as a dark horse to make the team's starting rotation. While other pitchers have been working their inning counts into the teens, Eveland came...