Sun archives: Pat Kelly
Former Baltimore Oriole Pat Kelly had as much impact off the field as he did on it for the city of Baltimore. The left-handed outfielder played four seasons with the Orioles from 1977-1980 and was a member of the 1979 team that won 102 games and the American League pennant. After he retired following the 1981 season, Kelly became an ordained minister and devouted his life to helping others through his faith. (Baltimore Sun / May 24, 1979)
October 4, 2005
Pat Kelly, a former Baltimore Orioles outfielder who turned to Christianity after finding himself in an unsavory lifestyle during his playing days and later became an evangelistic minister, died of a heart attack Sunday afternoon at a hospital in Chambersburg, Pa. He was 61.
August 3, 1995
On these punishingly hot summer days and nights you don't see many suits and ties at Camden Yards.
June 2, 1994
First God entered Pat Kelly's life, then Earl Weaver.
May 23, 1994
When a former Baltimore Orioles left-fielder visits a school, you can reasonably expect he'll talk about baseball. But some students at MacArthur Middle School were a little surprised Friday when they also got a lesson about life from Pat Kelly.
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