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  • Baseball fans meet for diamond dialogue

    Baseball fans meet for diamond dialogue
    Talk baseball with Washington native David Paulson for a few minutes, and his obsessive lifelong fandom pours out in facts, figures and lore. He recalls how he loved the most obscure of Washington Senators players, like outfielder Stan Spence. How he...
  • Clemens is no baseball hero

    Roger Clemens is a selfish, self-serving liar ("'Trapped' in a pack of lies," April 24). How can it be justified that, in the latter years his career, he suddenly had an incredible amount of success? Blind luck? A relentless training regimen, perhaps?...
  • Rafael Palmeiro to the Hall of Fame: Let voters handle steroid issue

    Rafael Palmeiro to the Hall of Fame: Let voters handle steroid issue
    The person who perhaps could be helped or hurt most if the National Baseball Hall of Fame offered specific instruction to its voters on whether candidates with a history of using performance-enhancing drugs should be enshrined has his own opinion as to...
  • Josh Bell hopes for a longer stay on Orioles roster

    Josh Bell hopes for a longer stay on Orioles roster
    Josh Bell's last major-league call-up was so quick he couldn't even pour a cup of coffee. He was in Baltimore on Monday, pinch-hit, singled and scored a run against the Boston Red Sox, and then returned to Triple-A Norfolk on Tuesday. The 24-year-old...
  • Looking back: Rocky Colavito hit 4 homers against Orioles in 1959

    Looking back: Rocky Colavito hit 4 homers against Orioles in 1959
    Before the Texas Rangers' Josh Hamilton did it Tuesday night, the Cleveland Indians' Rocky Colavito was the only player to hit four home runs in a game against the Orioles. Colavito went deep four times at Memorial Stadium on June 10, 1959. Here's a story...
  • Small-town Jimmie Foxx brought big-time power

    Small-town Jimmie Foxx brought big-time power
    Sixty miles east of Babe Ruth's birthplace, in the drowsy town of Sudlersville (population 497), stands a statue of the other great slugger from Maryland's past. But you'll have to stop at the town's only red light, corner of Church and Main, to view...
  • Baseball: Calvert Hall grad Blair on shortstop watch list

    Calvert Hall grad Pat Blair, now a junior at Wake Forest University, has been named to the first 2012 Brooks Wallace Shortstop of the Year watch list, as announced by the College Baseball Hall of Fame on Thursday. The Wallace Award, sponsored by Mizuno,...
  • Chris Davis' cleats heading to Sports Legends Museum, hat to Cooperstown

    Chris Davis' cleats heading to Sports Legends Museum, hat to Cooperstown
    Before the Orioles left for their first road trip of the season, first baseman Chris Davis and some Orioles teammates visited the Sports Legends Museum at Camden Yards to learn more about Baltimore’s rich baseball history. Now, the cleats Davis...
  • Eldersburg man celebrates golden anniversary as Orioles usher

    Eldersburg man celebrates golden anniversary as Orioles usher
    For the past five decades, Gordon Huggins has enjoyed one of the best views in the house. As an usher for the Baltimore Orioles at Memorial Stadium and Oriole Park at Camden Yards, he has witnessed six World Series,Cal Ripken Jr.'s record-setting 2,...
  • Rosenberg man behind statue of Brooks Robinson

    Rosenberg man behind statue of Brooks Robinson
    At noon Saturday, the 9-foot bronze likeness of Brooks Robinson is unveiled outside Oriole Park, all eyes will be on the statue, the sculptor and the Hall of Fame third baseman. But no one will savor the moment more than an 81-year-old bystander...
  • Baltimore Messenger Best Bets

    Theatre Project — 45 West Preston St., presents The Rocky Horror Show, Nov. 3, 8 p.m. and Nov. 6, 6 p.m. General admission is $25, or $18.50 for seniors, students, artists and military personnel. Call 410-537-1655 or go to http://www....
  • Sports lists: People love 'em, but they cause a lot of fuss

    Driving home Wednesday night after the Al Cesky Awards Banquet, I tuned my car radio to 90.5 WKHS's Ace and The Brain Show (Wednesdays, 8 to 10 p.m, a fine, commercial-free sports/music program that you should check out), and heard an obscure baseball...