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BALTIMORE — It's an hour before game time, and Baltimore Orioles rookie Jeremy Guthrie is standing on the first-base line doling out autographs.
It remains to be seen whether Andy MacPhail, the Baltimore Orioles' new president of baseball operations, can rescue this faltering club. For what it's worth, he certainly has the bloodlines.
BALTIMORE — Since Davey Johnson guided the Orioles to a first-place finish in 1997, no manager has led the Baltimore Orioles to a winning season.
BALTIMORE. -- Before the Baltimore Orioles started the press conference yesterday at B&O Warehouse to announce the firing of manager Sam Perlozzo, a public relations executive declared questions should be limited to "on the field performance."
BALTIMORE — It didn't take long for Arizona to unearth the not-so-secret method for beating the Baltimore Orioles: Hang in there against the starting pitcher, then hammer away at the bullpen.
BALTIMORE (AP) — Ryan Spilborghs found hitter-friendly Camden Yards to his liking, while Jason Hirsh proved that a pitcher can prosper in the Baltimore Orioles' home.
BALTIMORE — Sam Perlozzo was having a great day. His son had been drafted by the team he manages, and his Baltimore Orioles appeared headed toward a victory over the Colorado Rockies.