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  • Wei-Yin Chen hopes pain was cramp, not oblique strain

    Wei-Yin Chen hopes pain was cramp, not oblique strain
    Left-hander Wei-Yin Chen is hoping that the pain in his right side that caused him to leave Sunday’s 6-0 Orioles win after five shutout innings was a simple cramp and not a right oblique strain as it was initially diagnosed by the team. If it&...
  • Twins' Aaron Hicks seems to have chosen the right course

    Had things gone the way Joe Hicks planned, he would have spent Monday flying home from Scotland after watching his son, who a decade ago was a child golfing prodigy, play in the British Open. Instead, Hicks left his job as a longshoreman and made the...
  • Arrieta pleased with win on Opening Day

    Arrieta pleased with win on Opening Day
    After throwing seven shutout innings Friday in the Orioles' 4-2, Opening Day win over the Minnesota Twins, right-hander Jake Arrieta wasn't proclaiming himself as the club's ace going forward. "I don't know if I would necessarily say I am the No. 1 guy...
  • 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...
  • Yankees Fall to Twins, 7-3

    Yankees Fall to Twins, 7-3
    The Yankees have had great success against the Twins in recent years, especially in the playoffs, and since Minnesota was one of the worst teams in the Majors last year, this was expected to be an easy victory for the Bronx Bombers. But that is the...
  • Mauer costing Twins plenty

    MILWAUKEE — A hirsute man in Miller Park turned his shirtless back to the TV cameras this weekend. Someone had shaved the word "Mauer" and the number "7" into his back hair. Maybe it was Joe. He seems to have time on his hands. That Mauer didn't...
  • Giants beat 'em to the punch

    When the White Sox traded for Freddy Garcia in 2004, Ken Williams had the perfect explanation for the midseason move. "1917,'' the general manage said, referring to the last time the White Sox had won the World Series. As the general manager of the...
  • Whispers: Downs gives Bautista proper credit

    Whispers Angels reliever Scott Downs, a former Blue Jay, spoke for a lot of people in Toronto when he trashed the ESPN story speculating that sign stealing at the Rogers Centre has helped Jose Bautista establish himself as one of baseball's best hitters....
  • Britton turns in solid outing in Orioles' 4-1 win over Twins

    Britton turns in solid outing in Orioles' 4-1 win over Twins
    With the Orioles limping toward the finish line of another lost season, the small victories that can be had in late August revolve more around the future than anything involving 2011. Case in point: left-hander Zach Britton, the rookie who took the...
  • Simon, Orioles rout Twins, 8-1

    Simon, Orioles rout Twins, 8-1
    Forget about a better farm system, more quality free agents and a fundamentally sound cadre of players -- maybe all the Orioles need to be competitive is to move Baltimore a little more to the west. Not close to Indianapolis, of course, but perhaps...
  • Whispers: Cardinals believe they have closer in Motte

    Whispers The Cardinals are thrilled with the job Jason Motte has done as their closer. He tentatively has been written in for the job in 2012, keeping them from having to go outside the organization to get that piece. … The Red Sox are hoping...