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  • Power rankings: No. 2 Yankees

    Power rankings: No. 2 Yankees
    No. 2 Yankees: 29th in a series counting down to spring training. Next: Angels. Can we have a mulligan? That's what Hal Steinbrenner or Randy Levine, the Yankees' president, is believed to have asked either Commissioner Bud Selig or Rob Manfred, Major...
  • Yankees hand the Orioles 2-1 loss in the series opener

    Yankees hand the Orioles 2-1 loss in the series opener
    NEW YORK – As smoothly as this early season has started for the Orioles, they know they’ll never be considered serious threats in the American League East if they can’t beat the New York Yankees. On Monday, in their first trip to new...
  • Yankees' 4-6-5-6-5-3-4 triple play thwarts any hopes for a late Orioles rally

    NEW YORK -- After the Yankees turned one of the weirdest triple plays you’d ever see in the eighth inning of the Orioles' 5-2 loss Friday night, the Yankees’ celebration was fitting for the act. Left-hander CC Sabathia pumped his fist in the...
  • Down the Stretch (Sept. 22)

    Down the Stretch (Sept. 22)
    [Down the stretch is a daily Orioles Insider blog that will set up the coming night for the O's and their American League competition as the push for the postseason continues.] About last night Gonzalez and Orioles beat Red Sox, 4-2 Schmuck: Will Red...
  • Orioles finally get a crack at their long-time tormenters from New York

    Orioles finally get a crack at their long-time tormenters from New York
    Against anyone else, it would have seemed preposterous when the 12-year-old boy's hand reached into the field of play to change the course of the Orioles' 1996 playoff run. Against the New York Yankees? Jeffrey Maier was just another chapter in a long...
  • Orioles' Jim Johnson, Rays' Fernando Rodney show importance of closers

    Orioles' Jim Johnson, Rays' Fernando Rodney show importance of closers
    When the Orioles and Tampa Bay Rays begin a three-game series Tuesday at Camden Yards, the two most effective relievers in the American League will be in uniform. It's fair to speculate that without Orioles closer Jim Johnson and Rays closer Fernando...
  • October surprises unlikely

    Enjoy the undercard. There is an abundance of intriguing storylines in baseball these days, and most of them will be like Matt Kemp's run at the Triple Crown — over and out of sight by the time the World Series rolls around. Justin Verlander could...
  • McConnell's mission of faith and baseball

    When the bus pulled to a stop in the village near the south-central coast of the Dominican Republic, it was surrounded instantly by dozens of mostly shirtless and shoeless youngsters. They banged on the sides and rocked the bus in joyful anticipation,...
  • Despite Simon's strong start, Orioles fall to Yankees, 3-2

    Despite Simon's strong start, Orioles fall to Yankees, 3-2
    Not having won a home series against the New York Yankees in more than two years, the Orioles seemingly had the perfect opportunity Monday night. The Yankees were without shortstop Derek Jeter, who missed his second consecutive game with a knee bruise,...
  • Orioles notes: Markakis lowers boom on Yankees

    Orioles notes: Markakis lowers boom on Yankees
    If anybody expected the Orioles to mail in their makeup game Thursday afternoon, right fielder Nick Markakis made it fairly clear how much they want to have an impact on the outcome of the American League East race. Markakis leveled New York Yankees...
  • Baseball Helped A City Heal

    Baseball Helped A City Heal
    — Into the gloom the Yankees players walked, trying to make as quiet and solemn an entrance as they could. They had stopped to visit and offer encouragement to the volunteer workers at the Javits Center, and it seemed comfortable. Now, they were...