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  • Angels' Albert Pujols gets first day off; Josh Hamilton nears return

    Albert Pujols was not in the starting lineup for the first time this season Thursday night, but the Angels first baseman said it was a scheduled day off and that he has not been slowed by any kind of injury. “They told me [Wednesday] that no...
  • Angels right fielder Kole Calhoun thrives in return to leadoff spot

    Most hitters say they try to keep the same approach no matter where they are batting in the lineup, but that definitely wasn’t the case with Angels right fielder Kole Calhoun on Thursday night. Calhoun had one hit in 19 at-bats in seven games...
  • Angels lose to Mariners, 4-3, and also lose their tempers

    Angels lose to Mariners, 4-3, and also lose their tempers
    addCustomPlayer('1j59v4a9evljr1d1b5hvawowo7', '', '', 600, 418, 'perf1j59v4a9evljr1d1b5hvawowo7', 'eplayer15'); SEATTLE — The Angels lost to the Seattle Mariners, 4-3, Sunday in Safeco Field, but they didn't go down without a fight …...
  • Newcomer Trayvon Robinson admired Orioles from afar

    Newcomer Trayvon Robinson admired Orioles from afar
    Trayvon Robinson was on the other side of the Orioles’ greatest example of resilience last season. Then an outfielder for the Mariners, he entered Seattle’s game against the Orioles on Sept. 18 in the ninth inning. He went on to play another...
  • The continuing curious case of Joe Saunders

    The continuing curious case of Joe Saunders
    My guess is I am averaging about five questions a day for the past two weeks on the Orioles' pursuit of left-handed pitcher Joe Saunders. Pretty incredible considering when the Orioles dealt reliever Matt Lindstrom to Arizona for Saunders last August, the...
  • Report: Former Orioles pitcher Joe Saunders agrees to terms with Mariners

    Report: Former Orioles pitcher Joe Saunders agrees to terms with Mariners
    The Orioles wanted to re-sign left-hander Joe Saunders, who played a significant role in the team's playoff run, but on Thursday evening the 31-year-old reportedly agreed to a one-year deal with the Seattle Mariners. Saunders, who was 3-3 with a 3.63...
  • Friday morning Orioles observations: Saunders, Jurrjens, arbitration

    Friday morning Orioles observations: Saunders, Jurrjens, arbitration
    Now that former Orioles left-hander Joe Saunders has reportedly agreed to terms with the Mariners on a one-year deal, we know who is not going to be in Sarasota when spring training opens next week. Right-hander Jair Jurrjens could be on that list, too....
  • Orioles news and notes (Johnson, Hammel, Saunders and Hot Stove in York)

    Orioles news and notes (Johnson, Hammel, Saunders and Hot Stove in York)
    How much is a good closer worth? Well, the Orioles believe $6.5 million. That’s what Jim Johnson will receive for 2013 after notching a league-leading and franchise best 51 saves last year. Who knows if the 29-year-old Johnson will be able to...
  • A Friendly Boss With A Paternalistic Approach

    A Friendly Boss With A Paternalistic Approach
    Michael McLean, chairman and CEO of Medical Risk Managers Inc. of South Windsor, describes himself as a hands-off manager who's not afraid to let his employees make a mistake now and then. "There's no penalty for doing something wrong," McLean said. "If...
  • Underwriter Finds Productive Niche

    Underwriter Finds Productive Niche
    Karen O'Brien likes her job as a senior client administrator at Medical Risk Managers Inc., a big player in the medical stop-loss insurance business. Beyond the pay, the camaraderie with co-workers and perks, O'Brien feels appreciated. "I came from a...
  • Armed with improved sinker, Zach Britton ready to contribute

    OAKLAND, Calif. — When Zach Britton left the Orioles in March, he felt like he wasn't in a situation in which he could succeed in the majors. The 25-year-old left-hander believed he needed to go the minors and recapture what made him so...