There hasnt been much good news about Chris Tillman for a while, but the Orioles pitcher threw on Sunday with no problems. For the first time in what feels like forever, Chris Tillman went through a scheduled throwing session when he was supposed to without experiencing any setbacks. Manager Buck Showalter told Orioles reporters before Sundays spring training game against the Blue Jays that Tillmans throwing went well today and hell be throwing again on Tuesday, as previously planned.
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Charlotte Hornets coach Steve Clifford is a sports fan. Among the teams he follows are soccer’s Manchester United and baseball’s Baltimore Orioles. So Clifford gets it when he is asked about his team’s various mathematical chances at making the NBA playoffs, especially now that the Hornets (33-40) have drawn to within two games of eighth place in the Eastern Conference with nine to play, including a home game Tuesday against one of the teams they’re chasing, the Milwaukee Bucks. Clifford gets it; but he doesn’t want to talk about it. “I think about that stuff when I’m cheering for the Orioles in the summer, but not now,” said Clifford, whose team has won four of its past five games to edge back