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Let's be honest. It isn't really that hard to tug at the heartstrings of a Baltimore sports fan. This is a town where nostalgia lives full-time, so Saturday's Oriole Park tribute to Hall of Fame manager Earl Weaver couldn't help but strike the right note....
I promised another column on baseball, our “national pastime,” and the Baseball Hall of Fame; so, while it’s still spring here goes: Two weeks ago on Ruth Anne’s and my radio show, Ed Lough talked baseball. Ed is known locally for...
Are you a baseball fan or a football fan? Every year the sports media spend a lot of time and energy arguing about whether most Americans are one or the other. I think it's a silly argument for two reasons. First, it should obvious that most sports fans...
UC Irvine junior Andrew Morales has been named to the initial College Baseball Hall of Fame's Pitcher of the Year watch list. The right-hander is second in the nation at 8-0 and his 1.56 earned-run average ranks 47th in the nation and third in the Big...
Tags: College Baseball
Howard Thomas "Has" Sachs, a retired Crown Cork and Seal manager and a coach, died of Alzheimer's disease complications Feb. 24 at Anne Arundel Medical Center. He was 77 and lived in Pasadena. Born in Baltimore and raised on Sidney Avenue in Westport, he...
The Laguna Beach High boys' basketball team ventured to Studio City Feb. 14 to take on host Harvard-Westlake in a second-round game of the CIF Southern Section Division 4A playoffs. The No. 9-seeded Breakers received a big scoring night from junior...
Tags: Baseball, Basketball, Sports
As the chaperon of Michigan's Muskegon Lassies in the 1940s, Helen Hannah Campbell made sure the professional baseball players wore lipstick and properly modest uniform skirts in the "girls league" founded to keep ballparks filled while men were away at...
Bidding is underway for a bloody sock that Curt Schilling wore while pitching the Boston Red Sox to a victory against the St. Louis Cardinals during Game 2 of the 2004 World Series. Schilling decided to sell the sock, which was bloodied as he was...
Tags: Baseball, Roger Clemens, Auction Service, Sports, Mindy McCready
Despite its smallness, South Dakota has produced numerous nationally known journalists. One of its finest, Chuck Raasch, brought South Dakota basketball to the forefront with his recent column in USA Today. Raasch is a South Dakota State graduate...
Jack and Janice Dickey of Stoystown celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary. Jack and the former Janice Walker were married March 22, 1953, in the Berlin Lutheran Church by the Rev. John Heller and the Rev. H. Dale Zimmerman. Born Janice Fay Walker...
My father, Bill Guilfoile, was a baseball executive for 40 years with the New York Yankees, the Pittsburgh Pirates and the Baseball Hall of Fame. He was also a compulsive reader, and it's no surprise that his favorite subject was the game that has...
Louis Mortimer Sleater, a standout high school athlete who ended his seven-year major league pitching career with the Baltimore Orioles and was later a steel salesman, died of lung disease Monday at his Timonium home. He was 86. A left-handed...
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