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  • Beltway ballgame

    Each spring the money starts flowing into the bars, restaurants and hotels around Camden Yards when the Orioles are in town. This year, nearly 3 million people from across the region are expected to converge to see the Orioles play, pouring out of...
  • Washington hungers for own team

    The city that lost major-league baseball twice -- and has spent a good deal of the past 33 years trying to get it back -- is so close to success that it can nearly taste the Cracker Jack. Washington's mayor has offered a tempting stadium financing deal...
  • Washington baseball creates pitchmen duel

    If the Montreal Expos relocate to the Washington area, it would be the beginning of the end for the Baltimore Orioles. The Orioles' revenue would plummet, cutting the money for player payroll and development. The Orioles and the franchise down the road...
  • D.C. not only contender to be Expos' new home

    If Peter Angelos gets his wish and Major League Baseball doesn't relocate the Montreal Expos to the Washington area, the team will have to play somewhere next season. MLB has emphatically said the Expos will have a new permanent home for 2005. Of course,...
  • Oriole's home run helps propel AL, 4-1

    SEATTLE - Perhaps everyone should have known that Cal Ripken would not go quietly into retirement. He has risen to the occasion time after time, so why would his last All-Star Game be any different? Ripken came to Safeco Field to take his final All-...
  • D.C. mayor seeks delay

    BASEBALL Mayor Anthony A. Williams asked the D.C. Council to postpone today's vote on a new baseball stadium lease agreement, a delay that signals new difficulties in the city's relationship with Major League Baseball. Williams said he wanted to make...
  • D.C. would cozy up to smaller stadium

    WASHINGTON - When it opened in 1992, Oriole Park at Camden Yards was hailed as an old-fashioned ballpark with modern amenities that nestled cozily into its urban environs. Now, it appears a new stadium will be built in the region, and D.C. officials...
  • League envoy seeks to ease Orioles' pain

    Major League Baseball sent a high-ranking emissary to Baltimore yesterday to seek the Orioles' blessing for a competing franchise in Washington, but team owner Peter G. Angelos remained resolutely opposed. MLB President and Chief Operating Officer Bob...
  • Baseball for D.C. appears imminent

    As Major League Baseball appeared on the brink of returning to the nation's capital, negotiations yesterday between Orioles owner Peter G. Angelos and the sport's president resulted in significant progress on protecting the club from a new rival 40...
  • Developers to propose convention hotel

    A proposal for a major convention hotel to be built adjacent to the Baltimore Convention Center - on a city-owned parking lot that has seen grand ideas come and go - is to be unveiled at a City Hall news conference today. Black Entertainment Television...
  • Former Orioles Murray, Martinez sign with Indians

    Eddie Murray remains a former Oriole. Murray and right-handed pitcher Dennis Martinez, another ex-Oriole, signed yesterday with the Cleveland Indians. The veteran first baseman agreed to a one-year contract for $3 million, with an option for a second...
  • Preview: Giants at Nationals

    The Washington Nationals vie for a franchise-high 11th consecutive victory when they host the San Francisco Giants in the opener of their three-game series. Washington posted its fifth walk-off win in six contests Thursday as Denard Span scored on an...