• Red Sox-Orioles series expected to begin with closest thing to warnings
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    Red Sox-Orioles series expected to begin with closest thing to warnings

    Shoulder injuries don’t have to be damning for hitters. Look at the 469-foot home run Hanley Ramirez decimated Saturday in a 7-4 loss to the Cubs. Yes, he’s gotten off to a slow start. Through 19 games played, he has two long balls. But he had just one homer through the same number of games in 2016. He’s hitting .250 now. A year ago at this point, he was hitting .266. “Last year, Hanley started slow,” hitting coach Chili Davis said prior to the Cubs series. “I watched him, work, and work, and work, and work, and you know, he didn’t abandon what he was working on. He didn’t abandon it, he stuck with it and he perfect ed it. And when he perfected it, he went off. He’s still working. “Timing, consistency

  • Orioles prospects 4/29: D.J. Stewart stays hot for Bowie
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    Orioles prospects 4/29: D.J. Stewart stays hot for Bowie

    Orioles affiliates played five games on Saturday and won four of them. Thats pretty good! Even better, some prospects who matter did well. Norfolk Tides 4, Syracuse (Walgreens) 3In what may be against the rules for an Orioles affiliate, the Tides drew

  • Eaton carried off field with leg injury
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    Eaton carried off field with leg injury

    Washington Nationals outfielder Adam Eaton had to be carried off the field during Friday's game against the New York Mets after injuring himself while running to first base on a ground ball in the ninth inning. Manager Dusty Baker didn't disclose specifics about Eaton's ailment postgame, calling it simply a "leg" injury, though he did say he would undergo an MRI on Saturday, according to The Washington Post's Chelsea Janes. Eaton seemed to land awkwardly on first base on an infield single and looked to be in serious pain. He fell to the ground clutching his left leg just below his knee and was unable to put any weight on it. He was then carried off the field and into the locker room by Nationals