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Boston Herald

Talent pool in AL East doesn't measure up

The American League East used to have it all: world champions, pennant-winners, great rivalries and above all, talent.The open checkbook of the Steinbrenner family and the very generous checkbook of the Red Sox meant that the best and the brightest in baseball wound up on the Yankees and Red Sox more often than not, with the Orioles, Blue Jays and sometimes the Rays striking it rich as well.Now, the bloom is off the rose.

Boston Herald

Buckley: Ben Cherington’s house of horrors

After their 8-3 win against the Los Angeles Angels last night at Fenway Park, the sub-.500 Red Sox are just 31⁄2 games behind the first-place Tampa Bay Rays.A week ago, the Sox were chasing the first-place Yankees. By the end of next week, they may well be chasing the first-place Orioles. And by the middle of June, it could be the first-place Blue Jays who emerge as the hunted.Or maybe everyone will be chasing the first-place Red Sox.

Tampa Bay Times

Rays bullpen, defense falter, offense snoozes in loss to Athletics

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School of Roch | MASN Sports

Pregame quotes from Wieters, Cabrera and Navarro - School of Roch

MIAMI - Matt Wieters has a locker set up in the Orioles' clubhouse and will begin working out on Saturday with bench coach and catching instructor John Russell. Wieters will make throws, catch a few bullpen sessions and take batting practice in preparation for the start of his injury rehab...

Baltimore Sun

Orioles notebook: Dylan Bundy could return to majors this season

Orioles top prospect Dylan Bundy, who is pitching at Double-A Bowie as he continues to rebuild arm strength after Tommy John surgery on his right elbow in June 2013, is still being viewed as potential help for the big league club this season.

Orioles Insider | Baltimore Sun

Orioles pregame injury updates on Matt Wieters, Bud Norris, Kevin Gausman and Wesley Wright

The Orioles have been ravaged by injuries early on, but the team is preparing for the return of some of its injured players.

School of Roch | MASN Sports

Hearing from Showalter and Flaherty before tonight's game - School of Roch

If it isn't an injury, it's an illness. Ladies and gentlemen, your 2015 Baltimore Orioles. Bud Norris could miss Saturday's start against the Angels after becoming sick again last night. "Bud, I think he was out to dinner last night and he had a recurrence of the sickness," said manager...

Baltimore Sun

Orioles observations on Hunter Harvey's injury, Darren O'Day's nemesis and Rey Navarro's homer

It seems like every morning there’s a new Orioles injury to discuss. And now it’s pitching prospect Hunter Harvey, who will be out indefinitely with elbow tightness that forced him from his most recent start in extending spring training Sunday.

School of Roch | MASN Sports

Showalter says Harvey should be able to avoid surgery - School of Roch

Orioles manager Buck Showalter didn't offer much detail on Hunter Harvey's MRI today, but he said the young pitching prospect should be able to avoid elbow surgery. Team orthopedist Dr. Michael Jacobs examined Harvey, and the results of his MRI, after the right-hander flew into Baltimore. Harvey lasted only two...

Baltimore Sun

Orioles pitching prospect Hunter Harvey shut down indefinitely with elbow tightness

Team believes No. 2 pitching prospect won't need surgery, but he won't be pitching for a whileTeam believes No. 2 pitching prospect won't need surgery, but he won't be pitching for a while

MASN Sports

The defense can't rest - School of Roch

Please allow me to quote myself from yesterday morning's blog entry. "Makes you wonder what tomorrow will bring? Since it's the Orioles, there's always the possibility of an injury." As if on cue, the Orioles are prepared to place Rule...

School of Roch | MASN Sports

Roster move, tonight's game and other stuff - School of Roch

The Orioles are prepared to make another roster move today, with Rey Navarro summoned to Baltimore following Triple-A Norfolk's game last night against Scranton/Wilkes-Barre. Ryan Flaherty isn't fully recovered from his groin injury and it may be wise to shut him down until he's right. The Orioles value his defense,...

School of Roch | MASN Sports

Flaherty leaves game with injury - School of Roch

Orioles second baseman Ryan Flaherty came out of tonight's game in the top of the third inning after trying to backhand a ground ball up the middle and grimacing in pain. Flaherty was on the disabled list with a strained right groin muscle. He also felt some discomfort during a...

MASN Sports

Reviewing injuries and wrapping up a 5-4 loss - School of Roch

NEW YORK - The Orioles are hurting in a variety of ways. Their losing streak reached four games with tonight's 5-4 loss to the Yankees in the Bronx. They're three games below .500, matching their season high. Pitcher Kevin Gausman...

The LoHud Yankees Blog | Journal News

Pregame notes: “That’s what we need him to do for us right now”

With Masahiro Tanaka on the DL and Ivan Nova still working his way back from surgery, Adam Warren is in the Yankee rotation to say. For now. The right-hander still has yet to pitch through the sixth inning and was lifted in the fifth Friday night during his start against the Orioles. Despite hit inability […] The post Pregame notes: “That’s what we need him to do for us right now” appeared first on The LoHud Yankees Blog.

Baltimore Sun

Orioles notebook: J.J. Hardy could return from shoulder injury Thursday

Orioles shortstop J.J. Hardy made his third minor-league rehab appearance for Double-A Bowie Wednesday, and manager Buck Showalter indicated that's all the games Hardy could need before being activated from the disabled list. Hardy could return as soon as Thursday, when that Orioles open a four-game...

MASN Sports

Domenic Vadala: Dealing with injuries and their aftermath - Orioles Buzz

Every Major League Baseball season is different, and there are no ifs, ands, or buts about that. However, I would submit that if there's one thing that has kind of marred the first month of this year, it's been injuries....

Baltimore Sun

Hardy, Flaherty play for Bowie, eye return to Orioles

The middle infield for the Double-A Bowie Baysox had a major league feel Monday, with Orioles shortstop J.J. Hardy and utility man Ryan Flaherty beginning their rehab assignments from shoulder and groin injuries, respectively.

Baltimore Sun

O's fans assemble grassroots ReOpening Day event to help unite city behind team

Baltimore sports fans know their history, so when the Orioles were forced to play a game in an empty stadium, and then were required to move last weekend's series with the Tampa Bay Rays to Florida because of civil unrest in the city, Sam Angell got an idea.

MASN Sports

Pearce still shelved with stomach virus - School of Roch

NEW YORK - Steve Pearce continues to battle a stomach virus, which explains his absence from tonight's lineup. Pearce was removed from Sunday's game against the Rays at Tropicana Field and he's not feeling any better today. Orioles manager Buck...

Full Count | WEEI

Red Sox-Rays series preview

Having spent the last week at home, the Red Sox will finish up their homestand at Fenway when the Rays cruise into Boston. Like the Sox, Tampa also dropped its weekend series, though the Rays at least picked up one victory against the Orioles. Boston finished up the weekend without a win in three games […]

Orioles Insider | Baltimore Sun

Orioles morning notes on upcoming interleague series, improved pitching and Adam Jones making history

TAMPA – The Orioles returned to Baltimore Sunday evening after winning two of three in their “home” series against the Rays at Tropicana Field.

The Ledger

Orioles Close Out Relocated Series With Victory at Trop

Tampa Bay Rays manager Kevin Cash had the plan in place. Get five or six innings out of Nathan Karns and turn the game over to the bullpen. Adam Jones and the Baltimore Orioles ruined it all.

Baltimore Sun

Orioles score three in seventh to beat Rays, 4-2, and win home series at Tropicana

Displaced from Camden Yards this weekend because of the unrest in Baltimore, the Orioles called Tropicana Field home for a series against the Tampa Bay Rays.

Tampa Bay Times

Rays fall to Orioles

ST. PETERSBURG — The unexpected trip home for the weekend didn't work out so well for the Rays after all.

Baltimore Sun

Steve Pearce helps Orioles get past Chris Archer, Rays in 4-0 victory

Because of the recent unrest in Baltimore that had prompted back-to-back postponements, a game played behind locked gates at Camden Yards, and the relocation of this weekend's home series to Tropicana Field, Orioles right-hander Miguel Gonzalez entered Saturday night's outing against the Tampa...

MASN Sports

Catching up with Wieters - School of Roch

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. - Catcher Matt Wieters provided an update today on his rehab schedule at extended spring training. However, he's still unable to pass along a timetable for his first injury rehab games or his return to the Orioles'...

MASN Sports

Hardy and Flaherty ready for rehab assignments - School of Roch

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. - Orioles shortstop J.J. Hardy and infielder Ryan Flaherty will begin their injury rehab assignments on Monday at Double-A Bowie. Both players are expected to play three games with the Baysox. They may skip the 11 a.m....


Mark Teixeira discusses his injury and lack of Yankees offense in loss to Orioles

Mark Teixeira talks about the injury he sustained and the lack of offense generated by the Yankees in their 8-0 loss to the Orioles.


5/19/13: Moore improves to 8-0 as Rays complete sweep

Daily Recap: Matt Moore picked up his eighth win and Luke Scott and Matt Joyce each homered to lead the Rays to a 3-1 win over the Orioles Check out http://MLB.com/video for more! About MLB.com: Baseball Commissioner Allan H. (Bud) Selig announced on Jan


TB@BAL: Scott crushes a solo home run in the fifth

5/19/13: Luke Scott drills a solo home run to right-center field to put the Rays on top of the Orioles, 2-1, in the top of the fifth inning Check out http://MLB.com/video for more! About MLB.com: Baseball Commissioner Allan H. (Bud) Selig announced on Ja