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Orioles aren't the only checkered part of Angelos' legacy

Peter Angelos

Regarding your article on Peter Angelos' legacy, some fans may mourn the departure of Davey Johnson, Pat Gillick and Jon Miller ("After 20 years owning Orioles, Peter Angelos' legacy still evolving," Aug. 1). Others also grieve over his purchase and then closure of Maison Marconi.

John Roberts, Baltimore

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