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          A Hall of Famer's first win -- and 安徽快3开奖直播 run

          April 9, 安徽快3开奖直播

          On May 16, 1965, the up-and-coming Orioles faced the New York Yankees at Memorial Stadium. Dave McNally was a 22-year-old pitcher already in his third season in the Birds’ starting rotation. He would finish his career as the winningest left-hander in club history, but on this sunny Sunday afternoon, after

          How Wilmer's tears changed baseball history

          April 8, 安徽快3开奖直播

          Wilmer Flores cried, and baseball changed. Many of us watched what went down at Citi Field the night of July 29, 2015, when Flores, then the Mets’ 23-year-old 安徽快3开奖直播grown utility infielder, found out he had been traded and tried to hold back tears he couldn’t control. It was a rare,

          Birdland Caravan: Making A Difference In Our Communities

          April 6, 安徽快3开奖直播

          In February, the Birds hit the road for the Birdland Caravan, a season kickoff event created to bring the Oriole Park experience directly to fans across the Birdland community. Orioles players, coaches and front-office staff traveled more than 513 miles across Maryland and Pennsylvania. More than 18 cities were visited

          Best Photos of 2019

          April 6, 安徽快3开奖直播

          Brandon Hyde's first day as Orioles manager

          March 30, 安徽快3开奖直播

          Ushering in a new era of Orioles baseball, Brandon Hyde - the 20th manager in club history - was introduced to the media and fans Monday, December 17. On his walk into his first day, he was greeted by the club's and the city's rich history - from Babe's Dream

          Year One in the Books

          March 30, 安徽快3开奖直播

          Executive Vice President and General Manager Mike Elias and Manager Brandon Hyde enter the 安徽快3开奖直播 season having completed their first year with the Orioles. Each were new to their positions and the organization after successful stints with previous teams. While the Major League team is going through a rebuilding period,

          He was a Dodgers prospect. Now he's a supermodel

          March 18, 安徽快3开奖直播

          The conversation was one John Shoemaker has had many times with many players as summer turns to fall and the sun sets on childhood dreams. Shoemaker is a seasoned baseball vet whose playing career ended at Triple-A before he began coaching in the Minor Leagues in 1981 and managing in

          This terrible college team invented the shift ... sort of

          February 27, 安徽快3开奖直播

          The once-sure single instead gets gobbled up by a second baseman positioned in the outfield grass. The double play to the right-hand side is scored a 5-6-3, not 4-6-3, because it was the repositioned third baseman who initiated it. The base hit up the middle that ordinarily would have scored

          Baseball's 'Miracle on Grass': An oral history

          February 20, 安徽快3开奖直播

          Will Team USA bring 安徽快3开奖直播 Olympic gold from Tokyo this summer? Let's not get ahead of ourselves -- they have to be invited first. Baseball may be returning to the Olympics for the first time since 2006, but the U.S. squad has yet to qualify. It’ll have two more chances

          He can throw 95. But wait 'til you hear him sing

          February 10, 安徽快3开奖直播

          In the weeks after he was hired as manager of the Pirates, Derek Shelton made a point of calling every player on Pittsburgh’s roster. Most of them aren’t accustomed to answering calls from unfamiliar numbers, so more often than not, Shelton was sent to voicemail. Steven Brault surprised Shelton. He

          Timeline of Hammerin' Hank's legendary career

          February 5, 安徽快3开奖直播

          When it comes to icons of baseball, sport and American society at large, few names are bigger than Hank Aaron. Aaron overcame unfavorable odds in the Depression-era South to become an all-time baseball legend, and even more importantly, a man of impeccable grace and character. Muhammad Ali once said that

          They had 1 career AB, 1 career hit. Nothing else.

          August 29, 2019

          Fernando Tatis Jr. grounded a single through the left-hand side for his first hit, and, as the instant souvenir ball was rolled into the dugout, the Petco Park crowd gave the prized Padres rookie a raucous reception. That was the first of Tatis’ two hits on Opening Day, the first

          The crazy story behind MLB’s last forfeit

          Questionable calls, souvenir balls combine for chaotic night in LA
          August 29, 2019

          It was sometime around 3 a.m. ET when the phone rang in Leonard Coleman’s hilltop 安徽快3开奖直播 in New Jersey, rousting the National League president from his slumber. “Mr. Coleman, it’s Jim Quick,” the voice on the other end of the line announced, “and Bob Davidson’s on the line, too.” Groggy,

          The crazy story of how the Reds found Votto

          August 27, 2019

          My name is Joey, uh, Joey Votto, 6-2, Richview Collegiate High School in Toronto, Canada, third base. That’s how Joey Votto introduced himself in the opening seconds of a video featuring the future Reds superstar first baseman for a Draft showcase event at Fort Myers, Fla., in 2001. Votto was

          Was Tony Gwynn's quest MLB's last real run at .400?

          'What if?' Tony Gwynn and the chase for history in 1994
          August 27, 2019

          It's been more than 78 years since Ted Williams defied the odds. More than 78 years since Williams, a son of San Diego who grew into one of baseball’s greatest hitters, played two games on Sept. 28, 1941. Sitting on a .400 batting average entering the season’s final day, Williams

          Were these the worst -- or best -- jerseys ever?

          In 1999, 'Turn Ahead the Clock' was all the rage in MLB -- but it was met with mixed reactions in Queens
          July 26, 2019

          At some point, Orel Hershiser had seen the mock-ups: a black synthetic-fiber jersey with silver cap sleeves, tucked into the Mets’ usual white pants. On the jersey’s front was an oversized astronomical symbol for the planet Mercury, plus a shadowy illustration of the rock itself. In horizontal text was the

          Crews, Olin families persevere so many years later

          Wives, children cherish memories, march on with lives after pitchers' tragic deaths
          June 14, 2019

          This story originally ran in March 2013, in honor of the 20th anniversary of the deaths of Tim Crews and Steve Olin. The cloudless sky, the shining sun and the still waters betray the truth of what happened here. This is where the world lost you, Tim, and you, Steve.

          Oral history of Mark Buehrle's perfect game

          Players, coaches reminisce about White Sox pitcher's famous feat
          June 14, 2019

          This story was originally published on July 23, 2015. CHICAGO -- There was a comment made by Mark Buehrle, shortly after throwing the second perfect game in White Sox franchise history, that perfectly summed up the surprise of the day's event, even for the left-hander. "I don't know how to

          Oral history of epic Mets-Dodgers 1988 NLCS

          Key members of each team look back at one of MLB's best postseason series
          June 14, 2019

          This story was originally published on on Oct. 3, 2015. The 1988 National League Championship Series had everything an inspired script writer on Broadway or in Hollywood could have produced. It was New York vs. Los Angeles, a clash of titans and cultures. Stars, enough to fill an All-Star

          Bryce Harper is a business, man

          June 7, 2019

          The Phillies have never had a player like Bryce Harper. They have had the greatest third baseman in baseball history in Mike Schmidt and one of its greatest left-handers in Steve Carlton. They have had MVPs, like Jimmy Rollins and Ryan Howard; Cy Young winners, like Roy Halladay; and All-Stars

          The fall and rise of Kung Fu Panda

          May 31, 2019

          Walk into the Giants clubhouse, and one of the first things you’ll see is a trio of banners mounted high on the ceiling displaying the 2010, 2012 and 2014 World Series championships. Walk into the Giants clubhouse, and one of the first things you’ll hear is Pablo Sandoval, the boisterous

          The story behind the walk heard 'round the world

          May 3, 2019

          KANSAS CITY -- Twenty years ago, a handsome, gifted -- and slightly cocky -- outfielder named Mark Quinn burst onto the scene in Kansas City. Royals fans hadn’t seen anything quite like him. In his very first game, the second game of a doubleheader against the Angels on Sept. 14,

          Koufax's legacy paves the Dodger way

          Mentorship molds aces dating back to Brooklyn
          April 30, 2019

          LOS ANGELES -- He’s 83 years old now, more than a half-century out from his playing days, and his recent ballpark appearances have been trimmed to the postseason and Opening Day. But Sandy Koufax, the living legend of Dodgers pitching greatness, is always there in spirit, and his imprint is

          White Sox have deep Cuban connection

          Club's history of players from the nation started with Minoso
          April 19, 2019

          Jose Contreras, Jose Abreu, Yoán Moncada, Luis Robert, Yonder Alonso and Jon Jay walk into a conference room at Camelback Ranch on a Sunday morning in early March during Spring Training. A bond has been forged between the group via the White Sox organization they work for, but there’s something

          Remembering the most dominant start ever

          20 years later, Wood and Astros hitters recall 20-strikeout game
          March 13, 2019

          When you're a right-handed pitcher from Texas, and you throw hard, and you have been tabbed as "The Next Big Thing," the comparisons are inevitable. Nolan Ryan. Roger Clemens. Kerry Wood? Wood was still a fresh-faced kid starring at Grand Prairie High School when the comparisons to Ryan and Clemens