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By Michael Widlanski
Leveling the battlefield to aid terrorists enables evil to fight on
Topic - Chris Davis
A militia has set up a command center south of San Antonio to prepare for what they say is a mission to protect the United States from the influx of illegal immigrants.
The Baltimore Orioles have placed first baseman Chris Davis on paternity leave and added catcher Nick Hundley, who was obtained in a trade with San Diego on Saturday.
T.J. House waited his entire life to start a game in the big leagues. When his chance finally arrived, the Cleveland Indians rookie had the misfortune of going up against one of the hottest-hitting teams in the major leagues.
Nelson Cruz might not have to carry the Baltimore Orioles' offense anymore, now that Chris Davis and Adam Jones are starting to find their groove.
Chris Davis finally found his form from last season. Francisco Liriano is still looking for his.
Chris Davis had been searching since spring training for the power stroke that produced 53 home runs last season.
Chris Tillman paid no attention to the Baltimore bullpen as it started to stir in the ninth inning. After all, he had made it this far before. There was no way he was leaving the game now.
The Orioles activated first baseman Chris Davis from the 15-day disabled list Sunday, a move that would have generated more enthusiasm in the Baltimore clubhouse if catcher Matt Wieters didn't take his place on the DL with a right elbow strain.
Three batters into the game, Chris Tillman and the Baltimore Orioles trailed by three runs.
Eleven days after he was released by the Baltimore Orioles, Steve Pearce was a huge reason they beat Tampa Bay.
Even with first baseman Chris Davis apparently on his way back from the disabled list any day for the Baltimore Orioles, Steve Pearce, his replacement, has made his case to remain in the lineup.
Left-handed reliever Troy Patton returned from his 25-game suspension Thursday, part of a roster shuffle by the Baltimore Orioles that included the activation of Manny Machado from the 15-day disabled list.
The Baltimore Orioles have put first baseman Chris Davis on the 15-day disabled list with a strained left oblique.
Chris Davis walked gingerly from the training room to the Baltimore Orioles clubhouse, where a group of reporters waited to get an update on the strained left oblique that forced the slugger out of Friday night's game against Kansas City.
Orioles slugger Chris Davis will be placed on the 15-day disabled list with a strained left oblique, a development that came as a disappointing surprise to the first baseman after he expressed confidence he would soon return from the injury.
Chris Davis, the 37-year-old commander of the group, would not disclose how many members make up the militia, but said the troops would deploy "in a few weeks."
"We have patriots all across this country who are willing to sacrifice their time, their monies, even quit their jobs to come down and fight for freedom, liberty and national sovereignty," Mr. Davis told the station.