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Yankees, Orioles Brawl On This Day in 1998

Kudos to our friend Buster Olney for this nugget earlier today on Twitter:

Seriously, 17 years ago today, one of the "best" or "worst" baseball brawls I've ever seen. Depending on your perpsective.

I don't even remember the game itself, but judging from the context, Orioles pitcher Armando Benitez had just given up a crucial home run to Bernie Williams, and then responded by plunking Tino Martinez right in the back

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A-Rod Passes Mays in Yankees Win

NEW YORK (AP) — Alex Rodriguez passed Willie Mays for fourth on the career home run list, connecting for No. 661 Thursday night and helping the New York Yankees beat the Baltimore Orioles 4-3.

The Yankees

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Chris Davis, Caleb Joseph and the Game with No Fans

While the reason that the Orioles and White Sox played in front of no fans is incredibly serious, it was unique to see the way the players handled it. The players had some fun with it.

Caleb Joseph (above) signed pretend autographs for the fans on the way to the bullpen

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This is what Camden Yards will look like on Wednesday (Getty Images).
This is what Camden Yards will look like on Wednesday (Getty Images).
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The Game With No Fans

First and foremost: The actual "real life" situation in Baltimore takes precedent. It's devastating to see what is going on in one of America's most traditional cities.

In the sports world, the ramifications of the city unrest are quite interesting

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A-Rod Homers as Yanks Lose Again

BALTIMORE (AP) — Jonathan Schoop homered to spark a five-run sixth inning, Chris Davis had three RBIs and the Baltimore Orioles defeated the New York Yankees 7-5 Wednesday night.

Manny Machado hit his first home run of the season and Caleb Joseph went 3 for 4 with an RBI for the Orioles, who took two of three from New York.

Alex Rodrigu

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Orioles Fan Has Creative Anti-Rod Reaction [PHOTO]

Alex Rodriguez will hear boos at every stadium that he travels to this season, but perhaps in Baltimore we learned of a better way to spurn the former steroid-user? 

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Drew Provides Pop as Yanks Top O’s

BALTIMORE (AP) — Stephen Drew delivered a pinch-hit grand slam in the seventh inning, and New York Yankees beat the Baltimore Orioles 6-5 Monday night for their first winning streak of the season.

Down 4-2, th

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Jeffrey Maier Glove Up For Sale

Jeffrey Maier, the 11-year-old kid that helped the Yankees defeat the Orioles in Game 1 of the 1996 ALCS and spawn the Pinstripe Dynasty, is in the news again.

This time? The glove he used to interfere with Tony Tarasco in right field, is up for sale

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Jeff Hoffman (East Carolina Athletics).
Jeff Hoffman (East Carolina Athletics).
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Being Traded For an Executive?

I've obviously heard of players being traded for players. I've obviously heard of players being traded for coaches, even though it's rare.

What I've never heard of? Is a player being traded for an executive

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Royals One Win Away

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — The Kansas City Royals are one victory away from their first World Series trip in 29 years after nipping Baltimore 2-1 for their seventh straight postseason triumph this year. The Royals own a 3-0 series le

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Lost in the Shuffle: Buck Showalter’s Decision

Lost in all the romanticism of the Derek Jeter walk-off single last night is the baseball decision that faced Orioles manager Buck Showalter.

Showalter, Jeter's first manager, and the only other person on the field in uniform when Jeter debuted, had the chance to intentionally walk Jeter in his final at-bat

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Classic Home Finale for Jeter

Sports proved to be the best kind of theater once again on Thursday night as the New York Yankees topped the Baltimore Orioles, 6-5, on a walk-off single by Derek Jeter in his final home game.

Jeter took the first pitch he saw from Evan Meek to right field, in classic Jeter fashion, to score Antoan Richardson from second -- and win the game in front of a sold-out Yankee Stadium and appreciative Yankee crowd

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