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  • Orioles-Nationals rivalry and other thoughts from Monday night's game in D.C.

    Orioles-Nationals rivalry and other thoughts from Monday night's game in D.C.
    Admittedly, I have shrugged off the whole Orioles-Nationals rivalry thing over the years because the two teams just don't play enough to really foster any animosity. But it struck me Monday night at Nationals Park that there was an extra energy in the...
  • L.A. engineering giant Aecom acquires major stadium builder

    Los Angeles architectural engineering firm Aecom Technology Corp. -- which has worked on sports stadiums for the Olympics, the World Cup and the NBA -- announced Tuesday that it had acquired Hunt Construction Group, a major stadium builder. The...
  • Andre Ethier powers Dodgers past Nationals, 3-2

    Andre Ethier powers Dodgers past Nationals, 3-2
    addCustomPlayer('8cqmm3yooufw16fbocvnmn2rk', '', '', 600, 418, 'perf8cqmm3yooufw16fbocvnmn2rk', 'eplayer15'); WASHINGTON — About month and a half ago, Andre Ethier spoke to Dodgers Manager Don Mattingly and the hitting coaches about how he wasn'...
  • Orioles grieve the death of renowned surgeon Lewis Yocum

    WASHINGTON — In baseball circles, especially among pitchers, a visit to Los Angeles Angels team doctor and renowned orthopedist Dr. Lewis Yocum was often seen as a prelude to surgery and a lengthy disabled list stint. But there were plenty of...
  • Nationals pound Gausman, but Showalter sticking with rookie right-hander

    Nationals pound Gausman, but Showalter sticking with rookie right-hander
    WASHINGTON -- After Kevin Gausman's indoctrination into the big leagues hit a thoroughly rough patch Tuesday night against the Washington Nationals, Orioles manager Buck Showalter was definitive in saying that the heralded right-hander will remain in...
  • Injury problem a lingering issue for Nationals

    They had no game Monday, but it was hardly a day off for the Washington Nationals. At Nationals Park, Bryce Harper took his latest step back to the lineup with a workout. Starting pitcher Dan Haren planned to receive an MRI on his stiff right shoulder....
  • Harford, Delaware take wins in last day of pool play at Ripken Series

    The final round of National Division action at the Cal Ripken World Series on Wednesday saw the Middle Atlantic squad from Piedmont, Del. wrap up pool play with a perfect 4-0 record by topping the Southeast squad of West Raleigh, N.C., 7-6, while the...
  • Knorr is Nats' in-house candidate to replace departing Johnson

    Sometimes, Randy Knorr sits in his room, all alone, and laughs. Late at night, he sits on his balcony overlooking Nationals Park. In the mornings, he leaves his apartment and thinks to himself, "Oh, my God. I get to go to that stadium to work." He works...
  • At least one thing in Washington works: the Nationals

    At least one thing in Washington works: the Nationals
    Karl Marx is credited with saying that religion is "the opium of the people." But here in the nation's capital, baseball is the drug of choice that rescues political junkies from the unpleasant realities around them. Currently providing relief from...
  • After a decade, Severna Park native now entrenched in the majors

    It was the spring of Gavin Floyd's senior year, and professional baseball scouts were flocking to his games at Mount St. Joseph High School. A right-handed pitcher with a blazing fastball and knee-buckling curve, Floyd was considered one of the top...
  • Orioles, Nationals fans meet halfway in Laurel

    Few people were walking around downtown Laurel Tuesday evening, but at Main Street Sports Grill, nearly every seat at the bar was taken for happy hour. Since April marks the start of Major League Baseball play, the multiple flat-screen televisions...