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June 8, 2004
SALISBURY, Md. - The Hagerstown Suns bucked a trend and came up a winner.The Suns, who were 2-24 when trailing after seven innings, scored three runs to go ahead in the eighth and an insurance run in the ninth Monday for a 6-3 victory over Delmarva. Mike Wagner hit a bases-loaded, two-run double off Delmarva reliever Jeff Montani with one out in the eighth and later scored on a wild pitch to turn a 3-2 deficit into a 5-3 lead. Jon Coutlangus capped the comeback in the ninth with his first home run of the season, a solo shot.
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July 21, 2004
SALISBURY, Md. - The ordinary won over the spectacular on Tuesday. Hagerstown used two home runs to send the game into extra innings, but lost out in the long run on Eric Grimm's pinch-hit single in the 13th inning as Delmarva notched a 6-5 win to bring it back into a tie with the Suns for last place in the South Atlantic League's Northern Division. Grimm lined a shot off reliever Joe Bateman (7-3) over right fielder Mike Wagner's head to score Nick Markakis from second with the winning run. Markakis singled and moved to second on a sacrifice bunt to set up the winning rally.
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Staci Clipp | Around South Hagerstown | September 30, 2012
Emmanuel United Methodist Church, 802 Summit Ave. in Hagerstown, will hold its fifth annual auction Saturday from 4 to 6 p.m. Doors open at 3 p.m. Food and desserts will be available, provided by the United Methodist Women of Emmanuel UMC.  Proceeds from the auction will benefit major church improvements. There will be many items for sale, including homemade pies, cakes and jellies; two tickets to the Monday Night Nov. 12 NFL game between the Kansas City Chiefs and Pittsburgh Steelers; antique dishes; one-hour airplane ride for five people; Leitersburg Cinemas tickets; Nick Markakis Jersey; Baltimore Ravens merchandise; Troy Polamalu signed photograph; autographed puck from Mike Green of the Washington Capitals; and gift certificates.
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by BOB PARASILITI | May 27, 2004
bobp@herald-mail.com Jonathan Armitage's ability to handle a pop quiz gave the Hagerstown Suns more than just a passing grade on Education Day. Armitage came up with a diving stab in the third inning of the opening game of a matinee doubleheader to preserve an early Hagerstown lead and end a possible Delmarva tying rally Wednesday as the Suns scored a 7-5, 5-0 sweep before 4,021 at Municipal Stadium. Keith Anderson drove in four runs, which included a three-run home run in the third inning, and Nate Schierholtz added his South Atlantic League-leading 13th homer as the Suns claimed the opener.
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By BOB PARASILITI | June 6, 2004
Baseball's smallest measurement made the biggest difference for the Hagerstown Suns on Friday. One pitch ... It was the difference between turning off a dripping faucet and opening the floodgates. Hagerstown pitcher Ryan Sadowski was one pitch away from extracting the Suns from a bases-loaded, no-out situation. A pitch just off the outside corner to Eric Grimm forced in a run and ignited a five-run rally to lead Delmarva to a 12-2 victory at Municipal Stadium. "Sadowski came on and got the two quick outs and was one hitter away from getting us out of it and he walked one in," Suns manager Mike Ramsey said.
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by BOB PARASILITI | July 25, 2004
bobp@herald-mail.com Delmarva marched past the Hagerstown Suns on Saturday. It was left, left, left and it knocked the Suns off stride. That is left, as in left-handed starter Adam Loewen, left as in left-handed reliever Trevor Caughey and then left as in Hagerstown left its offense in the clubhouse, allowing the Shorebirds to walk off with a 4-0 victory before 2,788 fans at Municipal Stadium. The method was a common one. Hagerstown (10-19, 38-58), which has lost five straight, continued to show an inability to hit left-handed pitching while Delmarva chipped away to build a lead.
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By BOB PARASILITI | July 30, 2009
Before his death, Nick Adenhart was beginning to make a mark as a major league baseball player. Now, many major league players are making marks on baseballs to remember the young pitcher. The Hagerstown Suns will hold a benefit drawing beginning Saturday, featuring autographed baseballs from a number of major league baseball figures and present Suns players and coaches, to lend a hand in raising money for the Nick Adenhart Memorial Fund. All proceeds from the drawing will go to the fund, which was created in the memory of the former Williamsport High and Los Angeles Angels pitcher.
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By ANDREW MASON | andrewm@herald-mail.com | July 1, 2012
Emily Bolton has a sweet seat for Baltimore Orioles games this year - and an even sweeter job. Bolton, a 2009 Smithsburg High School graduate, is working as an Orioles ball girl this season at Baltimore's Camden Yards. “It's awesome, I love it,” she said. “I really appreciate the opportunity. I've been an Orioles fan my whole life.” Bolton works at about a half-dozen games a month, seated in foul territory on either the first- or third-base line, waiting to field foul balls.
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By DAVID GINSBURG | July 14, 2007
BALTIMORE - Mark Buehrle gave the Chicago White Sox a solid return on their investment in his first start since signing a $56 million, four-year contract extension. Unfortunately for the White Sox, Erik Bedard was even better. Bedard pitched seven innings of three-hit ball, and Nick Markakis and Corey Patterson homered off Buehrle to lead the Orioles to a 2-0 victory Friday night. Bedard (8-4) struck out seven to increase his AL-leading total to 156. The left-hander walked two and allowed only three runners past first base in extending his run of scoreless innings to 16. He threw 98 pitches, 64 for strikes.
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By DAVID GINSBURG | April 3, 2009
BALTIMORE -- Andy MacPhail grew up an Orioles fan during a time when the team achieved success by drawing talent from the minor leagues. Now president of baseball operations, MacPhail is intent upon helping Baltimore return to prominence the Oriole Way -- back when the organization groomed young players for the major leagues. Several of Baltimore's best arms will start the season playing Triple-A or Double-A ball. Instead of thrusting prospects such as Brian Matusz and Brad Bergesen onto the mound to pitch against the Boston Red Sox, MacPhail will take his chances with a makeshift starting rotation that could include castoffs Mark Hendrickson, Adam Eaton and Alfredo Simon.
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