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The Schmuck Stops Here

The Schmuck Stops Here Peter Schmuck's musings on the local and national sports scene
Dan Duquette hoping to avoid drama with Orioles' arbitration-eligible stars

The Orioles decided to go with a get-tough approach to their long list of potential salary arbitration disputes this winter and settled four of the most expensive.

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NFL's latest move is sad because San Diego loved the Chargers more than LA ever will

The news that the NFL's Chargers have decided to move to Los Angeles after 56 years in San Diego is just another sad twist in the history of pro football dislocation.

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First round of NFL playoffs a certified snoozefest

This is probably a good time to remind everyone that those were NFL playoff games you were switching off in the third quarter all weekend.

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There are several good reasons why the Orioles like dealing with the Mariners

When Orioles owner Peter Angelos says his prayers every night, he should never forget to thank the Almighty for the Seattle Mariners.

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Terps' little guys have big night in Big Ten opener

It was supposed to be all about the big guys when the Maryland men's basketball team opened the Big Ten season Tuesday evening against Illinois at Xfinity Center.

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It'll be a purple Christmas, and that's OK with the Ravens

The elf costume should have been a dead giveaway, but Ravens receiver Steve Smith Sr. doesn't always run in the direction that you — or opposing defensive backs — might expect.

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