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  • The Sun Remembers: Sept. 25-Oct. 1

    The Sun Remembers: Sept. 25-Oct. 1

    Oct. 1, 2000: Matt Stover's four field goals lead the Ravens (4-1) to a 12-0 win over the Browns in Cleveland. It's the second straight shutout for the Ravens, the first NFL team to do that in 15 years. Sept. 25, 1993: A 55-28 football loss at Virginia Tech leaves Maryland (0-4) last in the nation...

  • The Sun Remembers: Sept. 18-24

    The Sun Remembers: Sept. 18-24

    Sept. 18, 2003: About 2,000 fans brave the onset of Hurricane Isabel to watch the Orioles and New York Yankees play at Camden Yards. The game, whose scheduling Yankees owner George Steinbrenner calls "an act of great stupidity," is called after five innings with the score 1-1. Sept. 19, 1999: Bonehead...

  • The Sun Remembers: Sept. 11-17

    The Sun Remembers: Sept. 11-17

    Sept. 17, 1989: Vice President Dan Quayle and his family attend the first game of the Borden International Challenge Cup lacrosse series at Norris Field in Mount Washington. Baltimore defeats Victoria, British Columbia, 14-11. Sept. 12, 1987: After Maryland's 21-19 football victory over Virginia...

  • The Sun remembers this week in Baltimore sports: Sept. 4-10

    The Sun remembers this week in Baltimore sports: Sept. 4-10

    Sept. 7, 2003: "I'd be lying if I didn't say I missed some throws I've got to make," rookie quarterback Kyle Boller says after the Ravens' 34-15 loss to the Steelers in Pittsburgh. Boller is intercepted on his third pass and finishes with a rating of 57.5 as the Ravens suffer their worst season-opening...

  • The Sun remembers this week in Baltimore sports: Aug. 28-Sept. 3

    The Sun remembers this week in Baltimore sports: Aug. 28-Sept. 3

    Aug. 29, 2004: Melvin Mora hits a pair of two-run singles as the Orioles (58-71) defeat the Rangers in Texas, 7-6. The victory ends a 12-game losing streak, third longest in team history. Aug. 28, 1998: The visiting Ravens defeat the New York Giants, 14-6, to complete their first undefeated (4-0)...

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