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  • The Prospector: Tucker Israel has glossy numbers, but not college offers

    The Prospector: Tucker Israel has glossy numbers, but not college offers
    As Tucker Israel was taking his reps at the Under Armour National All-American Combine last week at Tropicana Field, he floated a pass that fluttered like a wounded duck. The look of disgust on his face was predictable, but then shortly afterward, so...
  • The Prospector: Of all people, Deion Sanders talks humility to college prospects

    The Prospector: Of all people, Deion Sanders talks humility to college prospects
    Deion Sanders. The man who they call “Prime Time.” The man who possibly drew more attention to himself than any other athlete ever, but then backed it up on the playing field. The only man to ever score an NFL touchdown and hit a Major...
  • Apopka roots run deep with Michigan WR Jeremy Gallon

    Apopka roots run deep with Michigan WR Jeremy Gallon
    Despite spending his last four years playing in front over 100,000 people at “The Big House” in Ann Arbor, Mich., wide receiver Jeremy Gallon made it clear that he always kept track of what the Blue Darters did. Gallon said he kept in touch...
  • Orioles thoughts and observations: AL wild-card race, Scott Feldman, more

    Orioles thoughts and observations: AL wild-card race, Scott Feldman, more
    The Orioles begin a three-game series against the Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park tonight just two games out of the second American League wild-card spot. I know it sounds familiar. The wild-card race changes dramatically every day and expect it to take...
  • Orioles' Saturday starter in Tampa Bay still uncertain

    Orioles' Saturday starter in Tampa Bay still uncertain
    BOSTON – Orioles manager Buck Showalter said after Thursday’s game that he won’t decide a starter for Saturday afternoon's game against the Tampa Bay Rays until after Friday’s series opener. Showalter said it will likely be...
  • Friday morning Orioles thoughts and observations

    BOSTON -- The Orioles head to Tampa Bay for a four-game series against the Rays with their season on the line. The Rays are tied with the Rangers for the two AL wild-card spots. If the Orioles leave Tropicana Field on Monday night having won three of...
  • Orioles pregame notes on Gonzalez, Norris, Adair, lineup

    Orioles pregame notes on Gonzalez, Norris, Adair, lineup
    Here are some nuggets from Buck Showalter’s pregame news conference: ** Miguel Gonzalez, who left his previous outing in Toronto in the sixth inning due to a right groin strain, feels fine and will pitch Saturday against the Tampa Bay Rays....
  • Machado batting leadoff and Jones second as Orioles shuffle lineup

    Machado batting leadoff and Jones second as Orioles shuffle lineup
    ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — With his offense failing to score more than three runs in four of the previous five games, Orioles manager Buck Showalter shuffled his lineup rather drastically on Friday against the Tampa Bay Rays and their ace, lefty David...
  • Orioles lose the longest game in their history, 5-4 to the Rays in 18 innings

    Orioles lose the longest game in their history, 5-4 to the Rays in 18 innings
    ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. – It started out as a must-win. It eventually became a must-end. On Friday night (and Saturday morning), the Orioles and Tampa Bay Rays combined for the longest game, time-wise, in both franchises’ histories, a six...
  • After longest game ever, tired O's tell Showalter they want to play anyway

    ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. – A few minutes after 2 a.m. on Saturday morning, shortly after the Orioles lost the longest game, time-wise, in the franchise’s history, manager Buck Showalter informally canvassed a few of veterans to see whether they...
  • Jones is banged up, but continues to play

    Jones is banged up, but continues to play
    In the seventh inning of Saturday’s loss at Tropicana Field, the Tampa Bay Rays hit two triples into the left-center gap. Both times, Orioles center fielder Adam Jones tracked the balls down and threw into the infield. Then, both times, Jones...