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Dining@LargeSome of you posted about your weekend dining plans. How did everything go? Even if you didn't post, tell us now. What's good out there? How was Bluestone? A friend told me that she was headed to Frederick on Friday......
Before they became the best organization in baseball, the Giants were Barry Bonds' team. They seemed unable to break free from the flawed slugger for a long time, sticking with the disgraced star for six years after his record-setting 2001 season....
Let the debate begin in earnest about the decision by the Orioles to cut loose first baseman Mark Reynolds. Reynolds is a free agent today because he stood to make about $9 million next year following salary arbitration. He earned $7.5 million during...
It's late November and all is relatively quiet on the Orioles front, which has got to be frustrating for a still-wary fan base that has watched the Toronto Blue Jays undergo a startling competitive transformation over the past few weeks and knows that the...
The Hartford CourantAt 10:25 p.m. Wednesday, Joe Girardi became a genius. Either that, or like millions of other Yankee fans, he finally had seen enough of Alex Rodriguez. Maybe the bigger truth is Joe Girardi just couldn't take it anymore. At 10:25 p.m., Girardi pulled one...
It should come as a surprise to no one that the oddsmakers solidly favor the New York Yankees in the best-of-five division series that begins this evening at Camden Yards. They were, after all, the winningest team in the American League during the...
And just think, Orioles fans, they got this far without Nolan Reimold. Remember him? No. 14. Tall, good-looking guy, 28 years old. Left fielder at the start of the season and the Orioles' lead-off batter to replace the injured Brian Roberts. (Remember...
It was fairly obvious when the Orioles broke camp in April that they were not going to lead the American League in team ERA and fielding percentage. They didn't figure to be the most productive offensive team, either, which left plenty of room to wonder...
No. 22 Orioles: 9th in a series counting down to spring training. Next: Mariners. The Orioles aren't hopeless. But it's difficult to imagine how they're going to restore the luster to this once-great franchise until Peter G. Angelos takes the first...
Don’t look now, but the Orioles and Nationals are in first place. I said don’t look. As I write this column Friday afternoon, Baltimore (8-5) holds a one-game lead over New York and Tampa Bay in the American League East, and Washington (10-...
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