Famous person sporting the city's name

Movie trivia buffs may recall that Lord <b>Baltimore</b> was one of the trackers sent to capture Butch and Sundance in 1969's "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid."  But we'll go with the real first Lord <b>Baltimore</b>, George Calvert, who set the wheels in motion that would eventually lead to the founding of Maryland in 1634. 
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<b>Advantage</b>: <b>Baltimore</b>. We'll give credit to Denver (John) for being the guy who recorded "Thank God I'm a Country Boy," a mainstay during 7th-inning stretches at Orioles games for more than three decades. But exactly how many colonies in the New World did he help found?

( Enoch Pratt Free Library file photo / July 10, 2001 )

Movie trivia buffs may recall that Lord Baltimore was one of the trackers sent to capture Butch and Sundance in 1969's "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid." But we'll go with the real first Lord Baltimore, George Calvert, who set the wheels in motion that would eventually lead to the founding of Maryland in 1634.

Advantage: Baltimore. We'll give credit to Denver (John) for being the guy who recorded "Thank God I'm a Country Boy," a mainstay during 7th-inning stretches at Orioles games for more than three decades. But exactly how many colonies in the New World did he help found?

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