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  • Orioles to interview Mariners' Carl Willis on Wednesday for pitching coach vacancy

    Orioles to interview Mariners' Carl Willis on Wednesday for pitching coach vacancy
    The Orioles have received permission to interview several external candidates for their vacant pitching coach position, with one of the higher profile interviewees coming to Baltimore on Wednesday, according to industry sources. Current Seattle Mariners...
  • More on the Orioles pitching coach opening as interviews begin

    More on the Orioles pitching coach opening as interviews begin
    The Orioles will begin interviews for a new pitching coach today, bringing an established group of candidates to Baltimore for the open position. Former Philadelphia Phillies pitching coach Rich Dubee will be interviewed today by Orioles manager Buck...
  • Pirates' Andrew McCutchen wins NL MVP; Clayton Kershaw is seventh

    Pirates' Andrew McCutchen wins NL MVP; Clayton Kershaw is seventh
    Andrew McCutchen, the leader and best player of the team that returned postseason baseball to Pittsburgh for the first time in 21 years, was announced Thursday as the National League most valuable player. Paul Goldschmidt of the Arizona Diamondbacks...
  • Lots of love -- and snubs -- for Orioles in Sports Illustrated's 'Greatest' book

    Lots of love -- and snubs -- for Orioles in Sports Illustrated's 'Greatest' book
    We'll take a break from Orioles rumors that most likely won’t come to fruition -- I never say never, but I say "most likely not" a whole lot in the winter -- to look at the findings of a pretty cool book I thought would be of interest to many of...
  • Dodgers' Josh Beckett pitches a no-hitter ... who'd have thought it?

    Dodgers' Josh Beckett pitches a no-hitter ... who'd have thought it?
    At the age of 34, with his once-roaring fastball diminished by time, Josh Beckett pitched the game of his life. In the 321st start of a distinguished 14-year career, Beckett threw his first no-hitter Sunday in a 6-0 victory over the Philadelphia...
  • Family ties infuse all-area baseball Player of Year with big-league feel

    Family ties infuse all-area baseball Player of Year with  big-league feel
    Olympia's Nick Gordon grew up swinging for the fences at some of baseball's most iconic ballparks. From the time he was 6, he stood in the outfield at Wrigley Field, Fenway Park and Yankee Stadium, among other parks, and hit home runs. To him, they were...
  • Halladay insists recent stories were misleading

     
    Roy Halladay took a seat in the Phillies dugout at Citizens Bank Park for one purpose: He wanted to clear the air about stories that were published following his rehab outing for Class-A Lakewood on Tuesday. “I felt like what......
  • Garner joins the IronPigs -- but for how long?

     
    With the IronPigs, fighting for a playoff berth a year ago, needing a starter in the season's final weeks, the Phillies dipped to Clearwater for Mario Hollands, who was left behind in extended spring when camp broke in the spring and had shuffled...
  • Dubee praises Rosenberg, owner of a 10-game scoreless streak

     
    With all the issues the Phillies bullpen has had this season, there are certainly openings for the pitchers who are here now to plead their cases for the 2014 season. B.J. Rosenberg is making it hard for the organization not......
  • Cloyd to Phillies; Perci Garner joins IronPigs from Clearwater

     
    As expected, the IronPigs, in the thick of a push for an International League playoff spot, lost their hottest pitcher to the Phillies Monday. Tyler Cloyd was called up and will start Tuesday's game against Colorado, the Phillies announced Monday...
  • Saying goodbye to a big chapter of my life

     
    Summing up 18 years as a sports writer in the newspaper business is something I wish I could do. My passion for the business, my love of sports and the wonderful people who have surrounded me are making that impossible.......