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  • Papelbon says on the air that Puig making the all-star game "is a joke"

     
    Most people are either going to strongly agree or strong disagree with the comments Jonathan Papelbon made today on MLB Network Radio today about Dodgers phenom Yasiel Puig possibly making the All-Star game. "To me it’s an absolute joke," Papelbon.....
  • Here's some of the culture Theo can change

    Tip to Theo Epstein: Don’t call your new team the “Cubbies.’’ Ever. It’s lame and reeks of carpet-bagging. It sounds as if you’re here for some easy cash and looking to cross another item off your bucket list....
  • Ricketts becomes Tom Terrific

    Ricketts becomes Tom Terrific
    Tom Ricketts got it done. He got Theo Epstein to the Cubs. It always seemed like it would happen. The Cubs agreed to pay him $18.5 million, after all. It also seemed like it would never happen. The more stories that come out of Fenway, the more it seems...
  • Power rankings: No. 7 Phillies

    Power rankings: No. 7 Phillies
    No. 7 Phillies: 24th in a series counting down to spring training. Next: Tigers. Last memory of the 2011 Phillies? That's easy. It's Ryan Howard hitting a grounder to Cardinals second baseman Nick Punto, heading disgustedly toward first base and then...
  • A few questions with executive vice president Dan Duquette

    A few questions with executive vice president Dan Duquette
    Orioles executive vice president of baseball operations Dan Duquette talked about various subjects today, including the claim of Milwaukee Brewers 25-year-old infielder Zelous Wheeler and the designation for assignment of lefty Dana Eveland. This is just...
  • One year after 'Curse of the Andino,' second baseman downplays anniversary

    One year after 'Curse of the Andino,' second baseman downplays anniversary
    A year ago Friday, Robert Andino etched his name into Orioles lore with a ninth-inning sinking liner to left that escaped the glove of Boston’s Carl Crawford, plated Nolan Reimold with the game-winner, extinguished the Red Sox’s playoff...
  • One magic moment

    One magic moment
    The threat of lightning brought a public address directive to leave the ever-dampening seating bowl, and we had all taken refuge in the concourses of Oriole Park to wait out the rain delay. Red Sox fans were ubiquitous, each wearing some form of team...
  • Orioles have some interest in Francisco Cordero

    Orioles have some interest in Francisco Cordero
    The Orioles have expressed some interest in the lone viable free-agent closer, Francisco Cordero, according to an industry source. Although discussions are not considered far along, the Orioles have inquired about the 36-year-old right-hander, who has...
  • Rays of gratitude

    Rays of gratitude
    SARASOTA, Fla. — When the Orioles arrived in Boston last September for their final regular season series at Fenway Park, Rays manager Joe Maddon — his own team leaving Boston for the Bronx trailing the Red Sox in the wild card race by two...
  • Benches clear as Red Sox beat Orioles 10-3

    Benches clear as Red Sox beat Orioles 10-3
    BOSTON — Tired of getting beat up in recent days and getting treated like mere doormats over the years at Fenway Park, the Orioles’ frustration finally boiled over Friday night, and the result was a benches-clearing brawl that featured Kevin...
  • Orioles limp into All-Star break on 7-game losing streak

    Orioles limp into All-Star break on 7-game losing streak
    The Orioles quietly packed their belongings late Sunday afternoon and dispersed to various parts of the country, carrying more baggage into the All-Star break than they could have possibly imagined. After an ejection-marred 8-6 loss to the Boston Red...