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  • A Rich Minor League History In New Britain

    A Rich Minor League History In New Britain
    HARTFORD — The expected departure of the Rock Cats to Hartford for 2016 will leave New Britain, a city of 73,000, without minor league baseball for the first time since 1983. It will also leave a 6,000-seat stadium, only 18 years old, quiet on...
  • Dodgers lose their way in extra innings again, fall 5-4 to Rockies

    Dodgers lose their way in extra innings again, fall 5-4 to Rockies
    Sometimes it’s just not hip to be a Dodger. You could check with young stars Dee Gordon and Yasiel Puig, who both left in the middle of Saturday’s game with hip injuries, or as it turned out, reliever Chris Perez. Perez gave up a game-...
  • O's pitchers have new motto: Can you top this? (UPDATE)

    O's pitchers have new motto: Can you top this? (UPDATE)
       Orioles manager Buck Showalter talks a lot about "passing the baton," but he usually is referring to hitters having the patience to take a walk and trust the next guy in the lineup to keep a rally going.     Apparently, it also applies to the starting...
  • Wada struggles as Orioles' bats fall silent in 5-0 loss to Twins

    Wada struggles as Orioles' bats fall silent in 5-0 loss to Twins
    Orioles left-hander Tsuyoshi Wada saw his first Grapefruit League start of the spring Tuesday as an opportunity to show the Baltimore brass he deserved a starting rotation spot. His spring slowed by left elbow discomfort, he made two previous spring...
  • 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...
  • Power rankings: No. 20 Indians

    Power rankings: No. 20 Indians
    No. 20 Indians: No. 11 in a series counting down to spring training. Next: Rockies. If the Cubs could, they would run, not walk, away from the last three years of Alfonso Soriano's contract. The Orioles would do the same with the two left on Brian...
  • Roberts plans to be part of Orioles' future

    Roberts plans to be part of Orioles' future
    In the midst of what he called the "toughest stint" of his career, Orioles veteran second baseman Brian Roberts isn't sure whether he'll play baseball again this season, but he remains confident that he'll be a productive member of the team in the future....
  • Guthrie pitches Orioles to first road series victory since mid-May

    Guthrie pitches Orioles to first road series victory since mid-May
    Pitching on 10 days' rest after skipping his last start because of shoulder stiffness, Jeremy Guthrie escaped some early jams and settled down to lead the Orioles to their third straight win, a 6-1 victory over the Minnesota Twins on Wednesday night. The...
  • Reyes helps lead Orioles to four-game sweep of Twins

    Reyes helps lead Orioles to four-game sweep of Twins
    Despite their first four-game sweep in more than a year, one that culminated with Thursday's 6-1 victory against the reeling Minnesota Twins, the Orioles seem to understand life isn't about to get any easier as they return home Friday. They're...
  • Earning his stripes — again

    Ryne Sandberg has done it again. Cast aside by the Cubs a year ago, he has turned in another highly successful season as a minor league manager. Sandberg guided the Lehigh Valley IronPigsto the Governor's Cup championship series in the International...
  • Hammel flirts with no-hitter as Orioles complete three-game sweep of Twins

    Hammel flirts with no-hitter as Orioles complete three-game sweep of Twins
    Jason Hammel didn’t begin the scoreboard watching until the end of the sixth inning Sunday afternoon. The right-hander took his seat in the Orioles dugout and thought to himself how quickly his first start of the season was going. He had thrown...