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Orioles' Jorge Mateo forced to leave game after bizarre accident near on-deck circle with teammate

Baltimore Orioles outfielder Cedric Mullins and infielder Jorge Mateo were involved in a bizarre on-deck circle accident Sunday against the Tampa Bay Rays. As Mullins was getting warmed up to enter the batter’s box, Mateo reached down to grab something near his feet and was hit in the back of the head by Mullins’ bat. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS …

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White Sox dealt deflating loss after controversial interference call ends game

The Chicago White Sox were in the midst of an improbable rally after entering the bottom of the ninth down six runs. They had the winning run at the plate with one out. Then, they hit into an unusual double play. With runners on first and second and one out, Andrew Benintendi hit a pop-up to Baltimore Orioles shortstop Gunnar …

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Exploring Maryland: What to do and see in ‘Little America’

Maryland, “America in Miniature,” possesses a remarkable array of experiences that attract history buffs, nature lovers, foodies and adventure seekers alike. Although the state is geographically small on the map, Maryland appears expansive due to its diverse landscape and abundance of activities. With well-known cities like Baltimore and its Inner Harbor, as well as museums, theaters and art galleries in …

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Orioles' Colton Cowser admits he 'yeeted' baseball without knowing importance to Craig Kimbrel

The Baltimore Orioles picked up their 13th win of the season on Saturday night – a 9-7 victory over the Kansas City Royals that helped give Craig Kimbrel save No. 422 of his career. Kimbrel tied Billy Wagner for seventh on the all-time MLB saves list, which made what Colton Cowser did with the milestone baseball a bit off-putting. Cowser …

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Orioles' Cedric Mullins makes unbelievable diving play for early catch-of-the-year candidate

Baltimore Orioles center fielder Cedric Mullins’ acrobatics on Monday should have him already in the running for “Catch of the Year.” Mullins, a 2021 All-Star, had a run-saving catch in the bottom of the first in the Orioles’ game on “Jackie Robinson Day” against the Minnesota Twins, which had everyone at Camden Yards in awe when the ball entered his …

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Ken Holtzman, former MLB star who won multiple World Series titles, dead at 78

Ken Holtzman, a former MLB star pitcher who won multiple World Series titles and threw two no-hitters during his career, has died, the Chicago Cubs announced Monday. He was 78. Holtzman died Sunday night after he was hospitalized for three weeks as he battled heart issues, his brother, Bob, told the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE …

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Cal Ripken Jr. honored as Orioles top prospect wears father's #7 in MLB debut: 'Wonderful tribute'

Top prospect Jackson Holliday made his Major League debut with the Baltimore Orioles Wednesday, wearing the same number as Cal Ripken Sr. and his father, former All-Star outfielder Matt Holliday. Baltimore Orioles legend Cal Ripken Jr. joined “Fox & Friends” to react to Holliday wearing his father’s number and the Cal Ripken Sr. Foundation opening its 500th STEM center for …

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Former MLB All-Star J.J. Hardy catches heat from neighbors after starting construction on backyard field

If you build it, they might complain. An Arizona woman is speaking out after she says her neighbor, former MLB-All Star J.J. Hardy, started construction on a baseball field in his backyard. J.J. Hardy, a Baltimore Orioles Hall of Fame player, waves to the crowd before throwing the ceremonial first pitch during Game 2 of a division series between the …

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Bizarre snowstorm showers over Pirates' home opener vs Orioles at PNC Park

The Pittsburgh Pirates’ home opener against the Baltimore Orioles saw a bit of inclement weather on Friday afternoon – and we’re not talking rain. An all-out snowstorm broke out on the Allegheny River, as PNC Park looked like a winter wonderland in the middle of spring. The scene was wild to see, as baseball is obviously not supposed to be …

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Ravens and Orioles combine for $10 million donation to Baltimore fund aiding recovery after bridge collapse

The NFL’s Baltimore Ravens and MLB’s Baltimore Orioles are both stepping up with massive donations to help recovery efforts following the city’s Francis Scott Key Bridge collapse. Both professional sports organizations announced their donations of $5 million each to the Baltimore Community Foundation’s Maryland Tough Baltimore Strong Key Bridge Fund, which was established to support families, port workers, first responders, …

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