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With comeback win over Yankees, Buck Showalter hoping that's the end of Orioles' struggles
nydailynews.com Updated Sep 1, 2013
Up until that stunning, “Lucky Seven” turn of fortunes by his Baltimore Orioles, Buck Showalter was having a real bad Sunday in New York. Heck, he’d not only been having a bad Sunday, he’d been having a bad weekend in New York, and going back a little f…Share Tweet
Hardy, Jones help O's avert sweep by YanksESPN.com Sep 1, 2013J.J. Hardy and Adam Jones hit three-run homers in the seventh inning as the Baltimore Orioles suddenly broke loose, jolting the New York Yankees 7-3 Sunday to avert a sweep in a matchup of wild-card contenders.Share Tweet
O's come to life just in time to down YanksMLB.com Sep 1, 2013Led by a pair of three-run homers from J.J. Hardy and Adam Jones, The Orioles rallied for a seven-run seventh inning to cap a 7-3, sweep-avoiding win against the Yankees to move back ahead of the New York for third place in both the AL Wild Card and AL …Share Tweet
Catcher shuffle center of Orioles' roster movesMLB.com Sep 1, 2013The Orioles made a flurry of roster moves following Saturday's game, including shuffling their catching staff in designating Taylor Teagarden for assignment, purchasing Chris Snyder's contract and recalling Steve Clevenger from Triple-A.Share Tweetnydailynews.com Sep 1, 2013Baseball people have long been dazzled by Ivan Nova’s arm, in particular his ability to throw one of the sharpest-breaking curveballs in the game. On the other hand, the Yankees have been frustrated at times the last couple of years by Nova’s lack of ma…Share Tweet
NFL mailbag -- Roster cuts target middle classSep 1Mailbag: The recent roster cuts targeted the middle class as teams went younger and cheaper, writes John Clayton.
Oakland Raiders cut QB Tyler Wilson; Chris Kluwe too?Sep 1The Oakland Raiders on Sunday cut quarterback Tyler Wilson, who was selected by the team in the fourth-round of April's draft, a source confirmed to ESPN.com's John Clayton.