Orioles GM Mike Elias: Club Won’t Overreact To Current Skid

The Orioles have lost 10 straight games — their longest losing skid since June 2019 — but GM Mike Elias says the club will stay true to its long-term plan. “It’s very important for us to remain focused and committed,” he said.

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Bright Spots Few And Far Between Recently For Orioles’ Struggling Pitching Staff

The Orioles have lost seven games in a row and have been outscored, 62-33, during that stretch. “Our bullpen is being used way too early and way too often and we as a whole have to be better at that,” Matt Harvey said. “I’m the first one to blame on all those issues.”

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Maryland, Loyola Men’s Lacrosse Finish On Opposite Ends Of Dramatic Finishes In Quarters

Maryland and Loyola were on the opposite ends of thrilling finishes in the NCAA men’s lacrosse quarterfinals, with Maryland’s Anthony DeMaio delivering the game-winning goal in OT against Notre Dame. “This was the kind of game where neither team deserved to lose,” John Tillman said.

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For Maryland Men’s Lacrosse, A Businesslike Win To Move On … For Loyola, A Dramatic One

Maryland men’s lacrosse rolled into the next round of the NCAA Tournament, while Loyola pulled off the biggest upset in the first round of games. Todd Karpovich breaks it down.

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Orioles Notebook: Trey Mancini Back On Track, Jorge Lopez Looking To Build On Last Start

After missing all of last season because of colon cancer treatment, Trey Mancini leads the Orioles in home runs and RBIs. “I’m trying to do what I can up there and just focus on my approach and not the result,” Mancini said, “and I think that’s produced hard contact pretty consistently.”

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Maryland’s John Tillman, Loyola’s Charley Toomey Grateful For Opportunity To Play On

Maryland men’s lacrosse coach John Tillman and Loyola coach Charley Toomey had similar emotions after their teams were selected to this year’s NCAA Tournament, but their teams took very different paths to get to this point.

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