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Schmuck: These days, no one's happy with Yankees' play except their opponents
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It's never too early for managerial speculation in New York, but Cashman wasted no time shutting it down. "I think Joe and the coaches are doing everything they can," Cashman said. "That's the bottom line. They're not responsible for this. If anything …

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Schmuck: Jays series should be a test for Orioles starting pitchers
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The Orioles have already won divisional series against the Rays and Red Sox. They got off to the best start in Baltimore franchise history and enter this series still undefeated (5-0) at Camden Yards. It certainly would be a treat for Orioles fans if …

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Schmuck: Results of Orioles' latest chemistry experiment point toward playoff …
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During the past several years, the Orioles have gotten a lot of mileage out of their positive clubhouse environment and the eclectic array of players who have melded together to transform the organization from perennial loser to regular playoff contender.

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Schmuck: Rumors of Yankees' demise were greatly exaggerated
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The New York Yankees arrived in Baltimore atop the American League East, challenging the popular notion they are an over-the-hill gang of overpaid players who are a couple of sore hamstrings away from crashing back to earth. Certainly, there are some …

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Schmuck: Kevin Gausman again looking like odd man out of Orioles' rotation
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Spring training has come to an end and the Orioles still have too many starting pitchers, which is a good problem to have if you're not the guy who will have to wait around indefinitely for his chance to join the rotation. That apparently will be top …

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SCHMUCK: Wins overshadow serious offensive concerns for Orioles
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Baltimore's J.J. Hardy walks off the field after striking out to end the sixth inning against the Seattle Mariners on Saturday. Baltimore's offense is averaging just 3.3 runs per game over its last 16 contests. Despite those struggles at the plate, the …

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Peter Schmuck: Beltway Series a possibility if Nats, O's keep it up
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The Baltimore Orioles' Nelson Cruz, left, rounds the bases for his two-run homer as Washington Nationals starting pitcher Stephen Strasburg walks back to the mound during earlier this month. These two men could be key players if the two franchise hope …

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