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  1. Angels' rotation may be their weak link

    Christina Kahrl

    The Angels are the second-best team in baseball. Win or lose going into Monday night's game against the AL East-leading Orioles, they were going to be the second-best team in baseball after the fact. They lost, missing the chance to move within a gam...

    Blog | July 22, 2014
  2. Hammel's turnaround turning heads

    Christina Kahrl

    Suffice to say that these days, Orioles starter Jason Hammel is making room for himself. Having shut down the Braves with a one-hit shutout Saturday, Hammel is redefining his career. The win was his first shutout, the first nine-inning complete game ...

    Blog | June 17, 2012
  3. Center-field superstars: Generation Next

    Christina Kahrl

    You might have been one of those children who grew up with parents who, every Saturday, turned your radio's dial to "A Prairie Home Companion," where among other features you could reliably look forward to the segment in which Garrison Keillor welcom...

    Blog | June 10, 2012
  4. Matusz's example might teach Moore

    Christina Kahrl

    What do we know? Let's face it, six weeks ago, if you'd said that Brian Matusz would outpitch the Rays' Matt Moore for an Orioles win, you might chalk it up to one of those things, lightning in a bottle, a random outcome, the baseball gods acting in ...

    Blog | May 13, 2012
  5. O's and Rays East's rising powers?

    Christina Kahrl

    The Society for American Baseball Research recently cranked out a history of the 1970 Baltimore Orioles, appropriately titled, Pitching, Defense, and Three-Run Homers, reflecting the three things that their skipper, Earl Weaver, always preached as th...

    Blog | May 06, 2012
  6. Defining who's Mr. Average

    Christina Kahrl

    With all of this talking about production up the middle or at the four corners over the past 25 years, it might also be helpful to put this into perspective by asking: Who's average? Here again, I'm indebted to Clay Davenport's work in creating Eq...

    Blog | January 29, 2012