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  • Former Atholton star Lombardozzi is knocking on Majors' door

    Former Atholton star Lombardozzi is knocking on Majors' door
    Steve Lombardozzi Jr. was a regular fixture on the Atholton High School diamond from 2004 to 2007 not only during games and practices, but pretty much whenever he had free time. Lombardozzi's father, Steve Sr., who spent five seasons in the Major Leagues...
  • Teens learning Ripken way

    When Cal Ripken Jr. built his youth baseball facility in Aberdeen, Md., he wanted kids to feel what it is like to play in big-league stadiums. He spent heavily to construct a 3,500-seat replica of Camden Yards, complete with a hotel that stands in for the...
  • Future of Camden Yards depends on continued evolution

    Future of Camden Yards depends on continued evolution
    In 1912, when Fenway Park opened as the home of the Boston Red Sox, fans went to a baseball game because they wanted to watch a baseball game. One hundred years later, stadiums are much more complicated places, filled with fans hoping for a variety of...
  • One magic moment

    One magic moment
    The threat of lightning brought a public address directive to leave the ever-dampening seating bowl, and we had all taken refuge in the concourses of Oriole Park to wait out the rain delay. Red Sox fans were ubiquitous, each wearing some form of team...
  • Camden Yards' Roof Deck hits a home run with fans

    Camden Yards' Roof Deck hits a home run with fans
    Just minutes after the gates opened at Camden Yards, the new Roof Deck had its first customer -- Romeo Santos of Pigtown. "My goal was to be the first one up on this deck and grab a beer." Roof Deck is open to Oriole Park ticket-holders at every game,...
  • One year out of the game, Brian Roberts sees return on horizon

    One year out of the game, Brian Roberts sees return on horizon
    Orioles second baseman Brian Roberts knew the significance of Wednesday’s date. It marked the one-year anniversary of Roberts’ last game, when his headfirst slide at Fenway Park triggered a second wave of concussion symptoms May 16, 2011....
  • Orioles notebook: Brian Roberts says he's closer than ever to returning

    Orioles notebook: Brian Roberts says he's closer than ever to returning
    Orioles second baseman Brian Roberts knew the significance of Wednesday's date. It marked the one-year anniversary of Roberts' last game, when his headfirst slide at Fenway Park triggered a second wave of concussion symptoms May 16, 2011. Roberts said...
  • AL wins marathon midsummer classic

    AL wins marathon midsummer classic
    On a perfect summer evening for baseball, in the sport's most venerable cathedral, with nearly 50 of its all-time greats looking on, the 79th All-Star Game simply didn't want the good times to end. The longest midsummer classic, time-wise, in history...
  • '07's oral report

    "She looked at me with this look, like, 'Mom, are you dumb or what?' She said, 'These are my friends. I want to be with them.'" Deborah McFadden, whose wheelchair athlete daughter, Tatyana, has challenged the Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic...
  • With ears still ringing...

     
    If the Orioles go through with plans to put “Baltimore” on the road jerseys, they should wear them whenever the Red Sox come to Camden Yards. There had to be more noise here for Manny Ramirez’s 500th home run than......
  • Say hello to Doug DeCinces

     
    The starting times for tomorrow and Thursday night's games against the Red Sox at Fenway Park have been changed to 6:05 p.m. to avoid a conflict with the Celtics-Lakers NBA finals.Former Orioles third baseman Doug DeCinces will appear at the Sports...
  • Adam Jones

     
    If you were compiling a No-Stars team, as SI.com’s Jon Heyman did this week, which names would you keep and eliminate from this list? I’ll start by omitting Adam Jones, and not because I’m a homer who drinks the orange......