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Sun reporterCal Ripken Jr.'s personal mission to teach baseball to children around the world will continue next spring, when the Hall of Fame Oriole and other Ripken Baseball representatives visit South Africa. It will be the second time in about 18 months that...
Jim McKay saw so much of the world during his lengthy and legendary broadcasting career. His syrupy voice, endearing charm and calming presence always made viewers of ABC's Wide World of Sports feel at home, whether he was profiling cliff divers in...
Sun reporterCal Ripken Jr. has been to Yankee Stadium, built in 1923, renovated in 1976. And he has been to Fenway Park, built in 1912, renovated in 1934. Those antique structures had nothing, though, on yesterday's visit with architectural history - the Great Wall...
Sun reporterDiplomacy, apparently, has no dress code. Cal Ripken Jr., Hall of Fame baseball player turned American emissary, spent the first half of his first full day as a Department of State special envoy yesterday dressed in a sharp business suit. He shook hands,...
Sun reporterThe walls at Meadowbrook Aquatic Center in Mount Washington are adorned with poster-sized portraits of past and future champions who cut their competitive teeth there. But while the record-breaking performances of world-class athletes such as Michael...
Sun reporterStill a year away from the Summer Olympics, coaches, commentators and swimming enthusiasts are already running out of adjectives to describe what Michael Phelps is capable of in the pool. You have to dig deep to capture his latest feat - nearly breaking...
Baltimoresun.com StaffEvagelos, Baltimore: Hello, David. Let me start off by saying, I have been a long-time reader of your column and love the you tell it the way it is while staying open and objective. My question has to do with our two defensive stars, Ray Lewis/Ed Reed,...
Roch Around the ClockIt’s always fun to watch Miguel Tejada “stretch” before batting practice. Tejada left the group to shakes hands with B.J. Surhoff, who was standing behind the cage. Once that conversation ended, Tejada took a seat on the ground…...
Tags: Miguel Tejada, Aubrey Huff, Michael Jackson
Roch Around the ClockDaniel Cabrera allowed six earned runs (seven total) and walked five batters in five innings. He served up two home runs. He threw 104 pitches, including 32 in the first.And he led, 9-7.Cabrera won't get the win. Such a pity.......
Tags: Baltimore Orioles, Brian Roberts
After 5 weeks and more than 4,200 votes, the SunSpot readers have selected their all-century Orioles team. The team features a fairly even mix of players from every decade the Orioles franchise has been in Baltimore. SunSpot readers made their...
Tags: Jim Palmer, Brooks Robinson, Baseball, Mike Mussina, Earl Weaver
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. -- The fight and fury of Earl Weaver is all gone. The Hall of Fame manager admitted as much yesterday, when he made his annual stop at Orioles camp to pick up his spring training tickets and shake a few hands. Short and sweet:...
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