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Mike Klingaman


A sports enterprise reporter for The Baltimore Sun, Mike Klingaman writes human-interest stories, historical profiles and a weekly retrospective called “The Sun Remembers.” He won the 1995 Associated Press Sports Editors feature writing award for a piece on Cal Ripken Jr. and was one of three finalists for the 1985 Pulitzer Prize in Specialized Reporting. A native of Catonsville, he is an avid, if oft-frustrated gardener who, for 10 years, wrote a nationally-syndicated column, "The Real Dirt."

Recent Articles

  • The Sun Remembers: Dec. 4-10

    The Sun Remembers: Dec. 4-10

    Dec. 9, 1970: The Bullets rout the Milwaukee Bucks, 127-97, before an announced 10,655, the largest crowd of the season at the Civic Center. Center Wes Unseld has 25 points, 18 rebounds and nine assists and outplays Lew Alcindor (now Kareem Abdul-Jabbar) who, at 7 feet 2, is 7 inches taller. It's...

  • Catching up with ... former Colts all-purpose back Preston Pearson

    Catching up with ... former Colts all-purpose back Preston Pearson

    He was drafted on a whim, a raw rookie who'd never played college football but who looked as if he might help the Colts. The gamble paid off. Preston Pearson spent 14 years in the NFL, played in five Super Bowls and earned two championship rings.