The Baltimore Sun's Voter Guide 2016

George Steinbrenner

The Sun Remembers: Sept. 18-24

The Sun Remembers: Sept. 18-24

Sept. 18, 2003: About 2,000 fans brave the onset of Hurricane Isabel to watch the Orioles and New York Yankees play at Camden Yards. The game, whose scheduling Yankees owner George Steinbrenner calls "an act of great stupidity," is called after five innings with the score 1-1.

Sept. 19, 1999: Bonehead plays sink the Ravens (0-2) in a 23-20 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers at PSINet Stadium. Three times, the Ravens have fewer than 11 men on the field; once, they play nine on a punt return.

Sept. 20, 1967: In an intrasquad game at the Civic Center, Bullets rookie Earl Monroe wows the announced crowd of 4,233, who jump...