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  • Orioles will use four starters in AL Division Series, Buck Showalter says

    Orioles will use four starters in AL Division Series, Buck Showalter says
    NEW YORK — As the final week of the regular season begins, the Orioles’ postseason pitching plan is becoming clearer. Orioles manager Buck Showalter said before Monday’s series opener against the New York Yankees at Yankee Stadium that...
  • Orioles Tuesday morning thoughts on home-field advantage, Chen and Hardy

    NEW YORK – The Orioles are still chasing the American League’s best record and are 2 1/2 games back of the Los Angeles Angels for home-field advantage throughout the playoffs after both teams lost Monday. Following the Orioles’ 5-0...
  • Buck Showalter leaning toward carrying 11 pitchers in ALDS and other notes

    Buck Showalter leaning toward carrying 11 pitchers in ALDS and other notes
    NEW YORK – Orioles manager Buck Showalter will meet with his staff Monday to decide the team’s roster for the American League Division Series. In the meantime, he still wants to get some final looks at players before making those choices....
  • Orioles' Buck Showalter still deciding who will start Sunday's game

    Orioles' Buck Showalter still deciding who will start Sunday's game
    NEW YORK -- Orioles manager Buck Showalter said he still hasn’t decided who will start Sunday’s regular-season finale against the Toronto Blue Jays at Rogers Centre, but it appears that he’s still leaning toward picking right-hander...
  • On brink of AL East title, Orioles could clinch with win at home for first time in 45 years

    On brink of AL East title, Orioles could clinch with win at home for first time in 45 years
    When the Toronto Blue Jays overtook the New York Yankees for second place earlier this week and then won their game Wednesday night, the Blue Jays guaranteed that the Orioles couldn't capture the American League East crown until Monday at the earliest....
  • Starlin Castro, Anthony Rizzo itching to return

    Starlin Castro, Anthony Rizzo itching to return
    TORONTO — Even with a discolored lower left leg, Starlin Castro hasn't ruled out rejoining the Cubs before the end of the season. "I don't care if it's one game," a determined Castro said Monday, six days after suffering a high left ankle sprain....
  • Blue Jays starter Stroman stifles Cubs

    Blue Jays starter Stroman stifles Cubs
    TORONTO -- Since the last weekend of the 2013 season, the Toronto Blue Jays sent at least 12 talent evaluators to watch Jeff Samardzija pitch until the former Chicago Cubs’ ace was dealt on July 5 to the Oakland Athletics. But Monday night, it was...
  • Blue Jays Rally To Beat Yankees

    Blue Jays Rally To Beat Yankees
    Munenori Kawasaki's tie-breaking RBI single in the seventh inning capped a Toronto rally that carried the Blue Jays to a 4-3 decision over the New York Yankees at Rogers Centre.  The Blue Jays trailed 3-0 after 5 1/2 innings before drawing even via three...
  • Blue Jays come from behind to beat Yankees

    Blue Jays come from behind to beat Yankees
    By Larry Millson, The Sports Xchange TORONTO — The scene was set for Derek Jeter to once again deliver the big hit in his final game at Rogers Centre on Sunday. Pinch runner Ichiro Suzuki was at third base after a double by pinch hitter Jacoby...
  • Five-Run Seventh Lifts Yankees In Toronto

    Jacoby Ellsbury hit a two-run homer to cap a five-run seventh inning that powered the New York Yankees to a 6-3 win over the Toronto Blue Jays at Rogers Centre.  Chris Capuano (2-3) started Friday's series opener for New York and earned his first win...
  • Jays' young arms make Yanks look old

    Jays' young arms make Yanks look old
    TORONTO -- The Toronto Blue Jays gave a glimpse of their future on Saturday. Right-hander Drew Hutchison, who turned 24 last week, allowed only one hit over seven innings. Hutchinson was followed by 22-year-old Aaron Sanchez, who pitched the final two...