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  • Orioles announce minor league coaching staffs

    The Orioles announced their minor league coaching staffs for the 2012 season, most notably making official the hiring of longtime minor league manager Ron Johnson as manager of Triple-A Norfolk. Johnson was the first base coach for the Boston Red Sox...
  • Alan Mills to Aberdeen; Scott McGregor to Sarasota (and other Orioles coaching moves)

    Alan Mills to Aberdeen; Scott McGregor to Sarasota (and other Orioles coaching moves)
    One popular former Orioles pitcher will be replacing another as a minor league coach at short-season Single-A Aberdeen in a restructuring that is designed to give the club’s pitching prospects a better foundation. Former Orioles reliever Alan Mills...
  • Tillman and Britton return for Saturday doubleheader

    Tillman and Britton return for Saturday doubleheader
    NEW YORK — In May, they seemed to be heading in different directions — lefty Zach Britton looking like a rookie sensation and right-hander Chris Tillman dealing with a demotion to Triple-A Norfolk after an inconsistent two months. But Britton...
  • Trembley's anniversary

     
    Today is the one-year anniversary of Dave Trembley’s promotion from bullpen coach to manager. I wonder how many readers of this blog, back on June 18, 2007, believed he was the right man for the job.His “minor league methods” weren&...
  • Lone man in the press box

     
    I knew it was going to be an early morning. I just didn’t know it would be this early. I’m heading to the clubhouse to see whether manager Dave Trembley has chosen a pitcher to replace Jeremy Guthrie, and whether......
  • Team leaves Colliers to launch new firm

    Team leaves Colliers to launch new firm
    A team of Colliers International commercial real-estate agents left the company's Orlando office last week to launch their own firm. Longtime Colliers Managing Director Matt Sullivan, along with executives Wilson McDowell, Jamie Barati and Bobby Isola,...
  • Georgia's sweeping new gun law allows guns in bars, churches

    In Georgia, it will soon be legal to carry a gun in more places -- including bars, churches and government buildings -- following Gov. Nathan Deal’s signing Wednesday of a bill celebrated by supporters as a victory for the 2nd Amendment but...
  • Georgia gun rights bill goes far

    Its official name is the Safe Carry Protection Act. Critics call it the "guns everywhere bill." Legislation awaiting the governor's signature in Georgia would allow guns in bars, churches, airports and schools. It has drawn national attention...
  • Thursday's multi-sport college and local roundup: U.Va.'s Brian named women's college Soccer America Player of Year

    Colleges: Women’s soccer: Virginia junior midfielder Morgan Brian was named the Soccer America Player of the Year. Brian also was named the National Player of the Year by TopDrawerSoccer.com and is the first player in program history to receive...
  • Sunday Stellar scoreboard: Playing again at Cedar Beach after rain delay

     
    8 a.m. elimination bracket games: Muhlenberg Twp. 46, Palmyra 44 ... Onwudinjo 18. Methacton 47, Penn Manor 38 ... Brendan Casper 15. Allen 2, Scranton 0 ... forfeit Bensalem 64, Trinity 55 ... Leo Vincent 16. 9 a.m. elimination games Abington 56,...
  • Billionaire Paul Allen launches new commercial space company

     
    Seattle billionaire and Microsoft Corp. co-founder Paul Allen is launching a new commercial space travel company that would carry tourists into Earth orbit with the help of Southern California aerospace pioneer Burt Rutan....
  • Push for South Florida casinos splits Orlando’s tourism industry: Convention hotels vs. Disney World

     
    Fissures are beginning to appear in Central Florida's $28 billion tourism industry over whether to embrace high-stakes gambling, something most industry leaders have long considered incompatible with the region's carefully cultivated reputation for...