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The Baltimore SunEvery offseason this happens. Sometimes it happens three, four, five times in the winter. A reporter attaches the Orioles to a star free agent’s name. And then those of us who cover the team locally will get inundated with questions about whether...
The Baltimore SunThe Orioles will unveil a bronze sculpture of Cal Ripken Jr. at Camden Yards on Thursday, the 17th anniversary of the day Ripken broke Lou Gehrig's record for consecutive games played. There was probably a time early in the season when fans expected...
Tags: Sculpture, Baltimore Orioles, Culture, Earl Weaver, Arts
It’s no secret why new Orioles Hall of Famer Mike Mussina evokes mixed feelings from the baseball fans of the Baltimore area. He is a controversial figure in Orioles history – the guy who left here in the prime of his career to pitch for...
The gulf could hardly be wider in a dispute between the Orioles and Washington Nationals over media rights fees that has dragged on for months. The issue of how much more money the first-place Nationals deserve in annual rights fees from the Mid-Atlantic...
The Baltimore SunA look at what some other media outlets are saying about the Orioles: ** Joe Sheehan of Sports Illustrated says the Orioles should be sellers not buyers as the major league trading deadline looms: You want to believe, because it's a great town and a...
Aug. 4, 1996: Earl Weaver, the irascible Orioles manager who led the club to 1,480 victories, four American League pennants and the 1970 world championship, is enshrined in the Baseball Hall of Fame. "I'm proud of my record," Weaver tells the crowd in...
The Baltimore SunThe Orioles head into free agency — which starts in earnest Saturday with free agents permitted to negotiate with all 30 teams for the first time this offseason — in a much different situation than this time last year. Executive vice...
Baltimore is wasting about $400,000 every month it does not install a new phone system, a lawyer for Comptroller Joan M. Pratt argued in court Thursday. But the mayor's lawyers argued that Pratt has no legal right to sue the city because she is a city...
Tags: Laws, Government Contracts, IBM, Lawyers, Judges
The Baltimore SunOrioles vice president for planning and development Janet Marie Smith, whose conceptual fingerprints are all over Oriole Park at Camden Yards and the newly renovated Ed Smith spring training complex in Sarasota, Fla, has accepted a similar position...
I need to take a moment to tell you about Brad Marvel, a trained, certified, proud and professional automobile mechanic. I think I should add the he's sincere and earnest, and emphasize that he's a human being — a person, not a corporation. I had a...
Someone pass the popcorn, there's a new legal drama unfolding at City Hall — Law & Order: Special Municipal Unit. You might have seen the news that Joan Pratt, comptroller, is suing Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, mayor, or at least, her technology...
Tags: Government, Justice System, Laws, Frank M. Conaway, Sr., IBM
Three months after top city officials rejected a contract to install a new municipal telephone system, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake's chief information officer and Comptroller Joan M. Pratt met Thursday to talk about what to do next. The administration...
Tags: Laws, IBM, Lawyers, Public Officials, Government
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