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Wade Miley did his part, but the Orioles continue to slide

Wade Miley did his part, but the Orioles continue to slide

The playoff picture is a cramped one as September looms, and over the final weeks of the season, every game gains meaning. That was the case Monday as the Orioles played their first of six pivotal games down the stretch against the division-leading Toronto Blue Jays.

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Ravens make first round of cuts as their roster must continue to shrink

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  • Six college football stars on bad teams

    Six college football stars on bad teams

    Nick Saban likes to tell all his four- and five-star recruits that if Alabama succeeds, all the individual accolades they crave will come with it. Good call. Last season, no players from a team that did not make a bowl game made the AP All-America first team. There was one each from a non-bowl...

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  • Illini land top-flight basketball recruit Trent Frazier

    Illini land top-flight basketball recruit Trent Frazier

    Illinois’ recruiting class continues to grow stronger. Four-star point guard Trent Frazier orally committed to the Illini on Sunday, according to recruiting web sites.  Frazier, who is from West Palm Beach, Fla., ranks as the 20th best point guard in the nation, according to the 247sports.com composite...

  • Former Butler basketball star Joel Cornette dies at age 35

    Former Butler basketball star Joel Cornette dies at age 35

    Joel Cornette, who helped Butler make the transition from a traditional mid-major program into a surprising power in college basketball, died Tuesday in a Chicago apartment. He was 35. The Cook County coroner said Cornette was found dead in the apartment at 1:02 a.m. An autopsy was scheduled for...

  • Digest: DeWayne Burroughs named Coppin's women's basketball coach

    Digest: DeWayne Burroughs named Coppin's women's basketball coach

    Coppin State hired alumnus DeWayne Burroughs as women's basketball coach. Last season, his first as head coach at the University of the District of Columbia, he led the Division II Firebirds to a 21-9 record; he'd been on UDC's staff since 2011. Burroughs previously coached at Chesapeake College,...

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For White Marsh family, youngsters at the top of their game in BMX racing
 

For White Marsh family, youngsters at the top of their game in BMX racing

Jenn Catron is woken up most mornings by her son, Brian. He's 5 years old, so this is nothing out of the ordinary. His reason, though, is anything but. "Mommy, are we racing today?" Brian races bikes, and has since he was 3. He started with a Strider bike, which has no pedals and which a rider...

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  • Blast announces return to MASL for 2016-17 season

    Blast announces return to MASL for 2016-17 season

    The Blast will be returning to the Major Arena Soccer League for the 2016-17 season, the team announced Monday. After winning the championship in April, the team promptly left the league because of owner Ed Hale Sr.'s disappointment with its business structure and the stability of some of its franchises....

  • Hope Solo to sit out remainder of NWSL season

    Hope Solo to sit out remainder of NWSL season

    Goalkeeper Hope Solo, suspended by the U.S. national team last week, said Tuesday she would not play again this season for the Seattle Reign, her club team in the National Women’s Soccer League. Solo was allowed to miss last weekend’s Reign game while on “personal leave.” On Tuesday she released...

  • Digest: Beckerman, Zusi and Birnbaum named to U.S. World Cup qualifying roster

    Digest: Beckerman, Zusi and Birnbaum named to U.S. World Cup qualifying roster

    Real Salt Lake midfielder Kyle Beckerman (Arundel), Sporting Kansas City midfielder Graham Zusi (Maryland) and D.C. United defender Steve Birnbaum were named to the U.S. men's soccer team's 26-man roster for two forthcoming World Cup qualifiers: at St. Vincent and the Grenadines on Friday in the...

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  • Arrogate sets track record to easily win the Travers Stakes

    Arrogate sets track record to easily win the Travers Stakes

    Hall of Fame trainer Bob Baffert will never forget how crestfallen he felt when American Pharoah, his Triple Crown champion, worn by heavy travel and a demanding schedule, placed second to longshot Keen Ice in last year’s Travers Stakes.   “You could have poured me out of a shot glass,” Baffert...

  • Exaggerator to test Saratoga's reputation as the Graveyard of Champions

    Exaggerator to test Saratoga's reputation as the Graveyard of Champions

    Hall of Fame trainer Bob Baffert dismisses Saratoga Race Course’s reputation as the Graveyard of Champions, even after his American Pharoah joined the list of greats to lose here when he bowed in the Travers Stakes last August. “I think a lot of it is just myth,” Baffert said. Undaunted by last...

  • Digest: Toledo clinches Laurel Park summer meet riding title

    Digest: Toledo clinches Laurel Park summer meet riding title

    Jockey Jevian Toledo, Maryland's leading rider in 2015, closed Laurel Park's 24-day summer meet with a flourish to clinch his second career riding title on Sunday's closing day program. Toledo won 12 races over the final five live racing days, including a riding triple on both Saturday's Maryland...

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