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In O's debut, Miller rises to the occasion
In his first appearance for the Orioles on Friday night after being traded from Boston, Andrew Miller ran in from the bullpen to a rousing ovation from the 39,487 fans at Camden Yards that was as much pleasing as it was perplexing, the left-hander said.

Miller wants to 'seamlessly fit in' to contending team
The Orioles traded pitching prospect Eduardo Rodriguez for lefty Andrew Miller about an hour before the non-waiver Trade Deadline on Thursday, and the former Red Sox reliever is excited to contribute out of the O's bullpen.

O's may be interested in former closer Johnson
Jim Johnson pitched for the Orioles for the first eight years of his career, and he was designated for assignment by the Athletics on July 24. O's manager Buck Showalter said the organization likes its former All-Star closer and may make a move if he is available.

After outstanding July, Gonzalez set for first August start
Don't expect Mariners left-hander James Paxton to throw much more than 100 pitches against Miguel Gonzalez and the Orioles on Saturday night in his first big league start in nearly four months.

For immigrants, legal advice, English class and hope
Esperanza Center in Baltimore feeling surge of children coming across border

Esperanza Center in Baltimore feeling surge of children coming across border.

Judge finds Harborview board in contempt of maintenance order
A Baltimore City Circuit Court judge has ruled that the Harborview condo association must pay the owner of one of the tower's penthouses more than $15,500 each month for failing to complete maintenance within a court-ordered deadline.

Kamenetz rejects school system's plans to renovate several schools
He proposes building a new elementary school near the center of Towson instead of renovating the old Loch Raven Elementary

Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz proposed a new, 700-seat elementary school near the center of Towson on Friday to relieve overcrowding, telling the school superintendent that he won't fund the school system's plans to renovate two other schools.

Baltimore County officer charged in drug case
He told police he became addicted to Oxycodone after a work-related injury

A veteran Baltimore County police officer who told investigators he is addicted to Oxycodone was suspended and faces several criminal charges this week.

Two watermen plead guilty in striped bass poaching case
A fish poaching case that began in February 2011 with a discovery of mysterious, illegally set nets full of tens of thousands of pounds of striped bass off Kent Island is finally coming to a close.

3-year-old girl killed in drive-by shooting in Waverly
A 3-year-old girl was killed by a stray bullet Friday after a gunman opened fire in North Baltimore's Waverly neighborhood.

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Gordon's hearing extended to Monday (The SportsXchange)
After a appeals hearing lasted nearly 10 hours on Friday, Cleveland Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon still does not know his fate for the upcoming season. A meeting with hearing officer Harold Henderson in New York that started at 9:30 a.m. and ended around 7 p.m. ET failed to produce a decision and will resume Monday. Gordon is appealing a possible one-year suspension from the NFL for violating the league's substance abuse policy. Gordon planned to return to Cleveland for the weekend and possibly participate in a scrimmage on Saturday in Akron while waiting for the hearing to resume, Cleveland.com reported Friday.

Blaine Gabbert learning 49ers' system (The Associated Press)
Although Blaine Gabbert may be fairly new in the locker room, he's had plenty of time to familiarize himself with the San Francisco 49ers' playbook. The latest addition to the quarterback group comes with solid credentials, though without much NFL success despite starting 27 games for the Jacksonville Jaguars the past three years. ''The biggest thing is a lot of talent on the offensive side of the ball,'' Gabbert said Friday. ''That makes the quarterback's job easy.'' Gabbert, drafted in the first round, the 10th pick overall out of Missouri, of the 2011 draft was handed the job in Jacksonville without much preparation and without much of an offensive line.

Gordon meets with NFL, hearing to continue (The Associated Press)
Josh Gordon's fight to stay on the field isn't over. Gordon spent 10 hours in the NFL's offices in New York on Friday for his appeal hearing before the sides decided to stop and will resume on Monday, a person familiar with the meeting told The Associated Press. It's not known if Gordon will return to training camp with the Browns over the weekend. While Gordon was in Manhattan, Commissioner Roger Goodell was at the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio, where he defended the league's recent two-game suspension of Baltimore running back Ray Rice for domestic violence and commented briefly on Gordon's situation.

Goodell defends NFL's 2-game suspension of Rice (The Associated Press)
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell defended himself Friday against criticism that he was too lenient in suspending Ray Rice two games for his ''horrible mistake.'' ''We just can't make up the discipline,'' Goodell said. Richie Incognito, Mike Pouncey and John Jerry were all implicated in the episode, which prompted tackle Jonathan Martin to quit the team.

Goodell defends Ray Rice sanction (AFP)
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell insisted Friday that his two-game suspension of Ravens running back Ray Rice for domestic abuse was an appropriate penalty. The suspension was widely criticized as too lenient, but Goodell, speaking on the eve of Football Hall of Fame induction ceremonies, said he had taken Rice's prior sterling reputation into consideration, along with the Baltimore player's comprehensive apology for his behavior. "Domestic violence is not acceptable," Goodell said. Rice and Janay Palmer, who is now his wife, had an altercation in an Atlantic City casino elevator in February and security video posted online by TMZ.com showed Rice afterwards lifting a motionless Palmer, then his fiancee, out of the elevator and onto the floor.

NFL roundup: Goodell defends suspension of Rice (The SportsXchange)
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell defended the league's two-game suspension of Ray Rice on Friday, commenting publicly for the first time since his controversial decision last week created a firestorm on social media. Goodell talked to several reporters at the Pro Football Hall of Fame as part of the enshrinement weekend in Canton, Ohio. Goodell said that the length of the ban is "consistent" with other punishments issued by the league. "We have a very firm policy that domestic violence is not acceptable in the NFL, and there are consequences for that," Goodell said.

Goodell defends Rice punishment deemed 'light' by critics (Reuters)
(Reuters) - NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell on Friday defended the league's decision to suspend Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice two games for violating the league's personal conduct policy in a domestic abuse incident. Goodell's ruling last Thursday caused a harsh backlash from critics who thought he let Rice off lightly compared to harsher penalties for doping and on-field violations by other players. Three U.S. senators expressed their dismay in a letter to Goodell that the punishment did not send a strong enough message against domestic violence. We have very firm policy that domestic violence is not acceptable here in the NFL and there will be consequences for that," Goodell told reporters in Canton, Ohio, site of Saturday's Hall of Fame inductions.

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