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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Steve Pearce
Steve Pearce homered and scored twice to help Wei-Yin Chen earn his ninth victory, and the Baltimore Orioles beat the Washington Nationals 4-3 on Thursday night for their eighth win in 10 games.
Baltimore Orioles starter Miguel Gonzalez failed to keep the Houston Astros guessing past the sixth inning Friday night.
Manny Machado watched the previous two games from the bench, and he didn't much like the view.
After a nearly 10-year campaign by environmentalists, hunters and tourism officials to gain wilderness protection for the Organ Mountains and Desert Peaks in southern New Mexico, the White House said Monday that President Barack Obama will declare almost 500,000 acres of mountain ranges above the Chihuahan Desert a national monument this week.
A woman nicknamed Rocky. A daughter of former migrant farmworkers. A child of politics.
Eleven days after he was released by the Baltimore Orioles, Steve Pearce was a huge reason they beat Tampa Bay.
Houston right-hander Scott Feldman was effective in his first start since going on the disabled list.
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.
The lack of timely hitting again doomed the Tampa Bay Rays.
The bullpen lost another game for the Tampa Bay Rays, but the problems again started with a starter.
Congressman Steve Pearce is slated to host another meeting on the federal government's decision to list the lesser prairie chicken as a threatened species.
The Pittsburgh Pirates got 20 hits, 11 walks and came to the plate 30 times with runners in scoring position.
A two-game series that was scheduled to end Wednesday stretched into early Friday morning before Matt Wieters finally put an end to the rain-marred interleague matchup between the Pirates and Orioles.
Democratic incumbent Tom Udall holds a large fundraising advantage over two Republican challengers in the race for New Mexico's U.S. Senate seat.
The Baltimore Orioles have recalled left-hander T.J. MacFarland from Triple-A Norfolk and designated utilityman Steve Pearce for assignment.
"Bureaucrats and special interest groups treat that as a solution. I believe it's a shell game," said Mr. Pearce. "The fact that the agency would claim water rights don't exist when they clearly do is an example of the federal government's arrogance and an attempt to bully our local ranchers into submission."
"It's a rough stretch, I'll tell you that," Pearce said. "We can't seem to get the timely hit when we need it."