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A plane carrying the Baltimore Orioles made an unexpected landing on Sunday night and it wasn't so the playoff-bound team could restock on beer and champagne. According to the Baltimore Sun, the team's charter flight made an emergency landing in Jackson…
Orioles write new chapter in last-to-first storyUpdated Sep 30, 2012 Share TweetThe Orioles -- whose plane made an emergency landing in Jacksonville, Fla., en route to Tampa -- also got good news in the air on Sunday night, with the club officially clinching a postseason berth with the Angels' 8-7 loss to Texas in the second game o…Source: MLB.comShare TweetIn a 2012 season that has been so notable for the historic seasons of young players, Manny Machado is adding his own story to the overall narrative, as he helps push the Orioles toward the playoffs.
The Juice: A’s cap comeback with Brandon Moss walk-off, Orioles and Yankees tied again in AL EastUpdated Sep 30, 2012 Share TweetThe Juice is back for its fifth season of fun! Stop by each weekday (and now on weekends) for an ample serving of news from the action, plus great photos, stats and video highlights. Resilient A's: The 2012 Oakland Athletics certainly don't consider a 4…Source: yahoo.comShare TweetThe AL East is tied with four games left. While the Orioles look like a team of destiny, the Yankees have the favorable schedule, says Cliff Corcoran, who reviews the day on the diamond.Source: CNNSI.com
Orioles Stay On TrackSep 30Jim Thome drove in two runs to lead the Orioles past the Red Sox 6-3.
A.L. East FightSep 30Baseball Tonight discusses the battle between the Yankees and Orioles for the American League East title.
Don Banks: Even with blanket coverage of NFL, turnaround Vikes a shockerSep 30PHILADELPHIA -- Musings, observations and the occasional insight as we digest Week 4 in the NFL ...
NBA -- Los Angeles Clippers look to thrive with sense of continuitySep 30The Clippers' main cogs have played together more than their more celebrated Staples co-tenants.