Gausman had a perfect game through 4 2/3 but then walked the next 3 batters and gave up a 2 run single
Right-hander Ubaldo Jimenez (right ankle sprain) will likely make his final rehabilitative start Sunday or Monday for Triple-A Norfolk. After his rehab start for Class A Aberdeen on Tuesday, he paid for a postgame spread of steak and lobster.
Chris Davis missed 2nd straight game
OF David Lough got a rare start and responded with big RBI double
O’s are 60-46
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Conor Canizzaro transfers to Denver
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Steve Krulevitz interviews Donald Dell on the sorry state of US Men’s Tennis
Analysis on the effect of Michal Cekovsky
A look at Big 10 Media day
Preview of Maryland Day on Big 10 Network
In Davis’ absence, Manny moved back to 2 hole
Delman Young 3 hits
6 up 6 down for Darrin O”Day
3 run HR by Markakis
There is no spin on this move. Connor had become the Terps premier dodger by the end of his Freshman season. His loss is big. It’s time for Tim Rotanz or Colin Heacock to step up. Will Rotanz move into the distributor role. Or perhaps recent Cuse transfer Dylan Maltz. There is a wealth of talent to replace Connor so we will see what time brings. From my few conversations with him, Connor was a great kid. I am truly sorry he left but only wish him the best. Transfers are just part of the landscape these days.
With the start of preseason camp a week away, head coach Randy Edsall and Maryland seniors C.J. Brown and Jeremiah Johnson, and junior Stefon Diggs took part in the unofficial kickoff to the 2014 season with the 43rd edition of the Big Ten Football Media Days Monday at the Hilton Chicago.
Edsall and the student-athletes met with the media and Big Ten Conference television partners for the first time to discuss the upcoming season on day one of the two-day event. The annual event features all 14 head coaches and three student-athletes for each institution.
“We’re very thrilled to be a part of the Big Ten Conference and everything that it represents and stands for,” said Edsall. “We know we have a tremendous challenge that’s ahead of us this year as we enter the Big Ten, but one that we’re really looking forward to.”
Michal Cekovsky was a major steal for Maryland
Romelo Trimble, Dion Wiley, Jared Nickens, and Travon Reed are all known commodities when it comes to Maryland’s 2014 recruiting class. Michal Cekovsky is not. but he probably won’t stay that way for long.
From his practice at Maryland this past week, it’s clear that the Slovakia native has an accurate touch from the foul line and terrific foot work in the paint. The 7-footer also has a ready-made face-up game and finishes through contact at the rim.
Armed with unbelievable hands and a high IQ, Cekovsky is more skilled than Alex Len was at this stage and is different than Len in the sense that he’s not your typical back-to-the-basket post player. There’s a good bet that this freshman will be the Terps’ starting center once Maryland begins Big Ten play next season.