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Peter G. Angelos

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  • MLB announces new collision rule

    MLB announces new collision rule
    Major League Baseball made official new rules to protect catchers from flagrant home-plate collisions. Starting this season, a runner who deviates from a direct path to the plate to initiate contact with a catcher will be called out even if the catcher...
  • Monica Pence Barlow, Orioles PR director, dies at 36

    Monica Pence Barlow, Orioles PR director, dies at 36
    SARASOTA, Fla. -- Monica Pence Barlow, the Baltimore Orioles public relations director who worked for the team for more than a decade and had become a fundraiser for lung cancer research, died Friday morning at Howard County General Hospital of the...
  • Group of Orioles players and staff to leave Friday for Virginia

    Group of Orioles players and staff to leave Friday for Virginia
    Lots of varied things coming out of manager Buck Showalter’s evening session with the media: Roughly 30 players and staff will leave Friday’s 1:05 p.m. game at about 3 p.m. – after about four or five innings -- to board a charter plane...
  • Judge rejects Angelos firm's asbestos approach

    Judge rejects Angelos firm's asbestos approach
    A Baltimore circuit judge rejected Wednesday a plan by the law firm of Peter G. Angelos to combine more than 10,000 asbestos-related lawsuits, questioning whether the cases caught in a massive backlog have enough in common to be heard in concert. "This...
  • How interested are the Orioles in pitcher Ervin Santana?

    How interested are the Orioles in pitcher Ervin Santana?
    There have been more rumors floating concerning free agent pitcher Ervin Santana and the Orioles. The best I can glean is that the Orioles maintain interest in the veteran right-hander and wouldn’t blink at all about surrendering their third-round...
  • Miguel Gonzalez 'sore,' but OK after being hit by comebacker

    Miguel Gonzalez 'sore,' but OK after being hit by comebacker
    There was a sense of relief in the Orioles clubhouse Saturday when starting pitcher Miguel Gonzalez proclaimed that his left shin was fine, if a little achy. Gonzalez had to leave Friday’s game in the fifth inning after being struck in the left...
  • Brian Roberts to the Yankees not a big deal nationally, but it means so much in Baltimore

    Brian Roberts to the Yankees not a big deal nationally, but it means so much in Baltimore
    Brian Roberts signing with the New York Yankees is one of those happenings that registers very little with the wider baseball world but carries a variety of intense meanings for Baltimore baseball lovers. The interesting thing about Roberts is not the...
  • Best-selling author Tom Clancy's ties to Orioles date to 1993

    Best-selling author Tom Clancy's ties to Orioles date to 1993
    The Orioles released a statement Wednesday afternoon with principal owner Peter G. Angelos' comments about best-selling author Tom Clancy, a minority owner for the team who died Tuesday at age 66. The statement reads: For decades, Tom Clancy...
  • Tom Clancy, 'king of the techno-thriller'

    Tom Clancy, 'king of the techno-thriller'
    Tom Clancy, the prolific Baltimore-born author whose novels "The Hunt for Red October" and "Patriot Games" inspired blockbuster movies and action-packed video games, earning him the nickname "king of the techno-thriller," died Tuesday at Johns Hopkins...
  • Marconi's salad won't be as good without Marconi's [Letter]

    Marconi's salad won't be as good without Marconi's [Letter]
    When Peter Angelos closed Marconi's Restaurant in 2005, it was a dual blow to not only a beloved Baltimore dining tradition but to one of the great pleasures of city life ("The new old Marconi's salad at Capital Grille doesn't disappoint," Nov. 13). The...
  • Harbor Point debate looks like deja vu all over again

    Harbor Point debate looks like deja vu all over again
    There are any number of ways to view last week's raucous City Council committee meeting, where by a 3-0 vote, members approved a $107 million public financing deal for the Harbor Point development. It was theater, for sure, with drama and high dudgeon...
  • Former Orioles recall favorite memories of Paul Blair

    Former Orioles recall favorite memories of Paul Blair
    Few players could maneuver their way around center field at old Memorial Stadium like former Orioles outfielder Paul Blair. The eight Gold Gloves that Blair — who died on Thursday at the age of 69 — won during his time with the great Orioles...