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  • Manny Machado's 14th-inning single clinches the Orioles' first non-losing season since 1997

    Manny Machado's 14th-inning single clinches the Orioles' first non-losing season since 1997
    The Orioles’ 3-2 extra-inning win over the Tampa Bay Rays on Thursday afternoon was a long time coming — in more ways than one. The Orioles needed 14 innings — and five hours and 14 minutes — to complete a three-game sweep of...
  • Book review: 'Into the Silence: The Great War, Mallory, and the Conquest of Everest' by Wade Davis

    Book review: 'Into the Silence: The Great War, Mallory, and the Conquest of Everest' by Wade Davis
    On June 6, 1924, two men set out from a camp set at 23,000 feet on Mt. Everest. They were George Mallory, who, at 37, was already one of the world's most accomplished climbers, and Andrew "Sandy" Irvine, a 22-year-old Oxford graduate with little...
  • Early exit for Matusz in Orioles' 9-6 loss to Rays

    Early exit for Matusz in Orioles' 9-6 loss to Rays
    Third baseman Mark Reynolds made two errors -- both leading to Tampa Bay Rays runs -- and center fielder Adam Jones played Evan Longoria's tailing liner into a two-run, inside-the-park home run. The Rays got absolutely no resistance in stealing four...
  • Some thoughts heading into the Orioles' first full workout day

    Some thoughts heading into the Orioles' first full workout day
    SARASOTA, Fla -- We'll have a late start today because the Orioles' first full squad workout doesn't begin until noon. That's because most of the position players have to take their physicals beforehand. I wrote a story for today's Sun about left-...
  • Homer-happy Orioles beat Rays, 6-2, to win series

    Homer-happy Orioles beat Rays, 6-2, to win series
    The Tampa Bay Rays had a golden opportunity to gain ground in the American League wild-card race Wednesday night, but the Orioles apparently have made it their personal mission to keep them out of the playoffs. Jeremy Guthrie delivered one of his...
  • James Shields deal the latest of many clever Rays trades

    James Shields deal the latest of many clever Rays trades
    One of the teams the Orioles had to outlast to make the playoffs last season was the Tampa Bay Rays, and on Sunday night, the Rays made one of the biggest trades of the offseason. The Rays dealt right-handers James Shields and Wade Davis to the Kansas...
  • Predict the AL East order of finish in 2013

    Predict the AL East order of finish in 2013
    Yes, two bar blogs in two days. It’s Christmastime, I’m feeling the holiday spirit (or holiday spirits, as it were). I wrote a piece last week talking to a scout who briefly broke down the Orioles and the AL East for me. At the time, R....
  • What offseason move will have most impact?

    Rays landing Myers Juan C. Rodriguez Sun Sentinel The Dodgers signing Zack Greinke or one of the Blue Jays' trades will have plenty of short-term impact. In terms a move having the longest-lasting positive effect on a franchise, let's go with the...
  • The year in review and Mt. Everest too

     
    David L. Ulin picks his favorite books of the year and we have a new review of a new work on Mt. Everest, too....
  • Orioles miss chance, lose to Rays, 3-0

    Orioles miss chance, lose to Rays, 3-0
    Officially, the Orioles played nine innings against the Tampa Bay Rays and their rookie right-hander Wade Davis in a 3-0 defeat Thursday night. The first inning, though, was the only one that mattered. Davis, a heralded prospect making just the third...
  • Joe Maddon still likes Rays' AL East chances despite expected heavy losses

     
    Former Angels bench coach Joe Maddon said many of his friends thought he was crazy for taking the Tampa Bay managerial job back in 2005, because there simply was no way the Rays could compete with the New York Yankees......