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  • 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...
  • 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....
  • This Day in Orioles History: August 1

    August 1, 1993: Orioles broadcaster Chuck Thompson is inducted into the broadcasting wing of the Baseball Hall of Fame.
  • This Day in Orioles History: August 4

    August 4, 1996: Earl Weaver is inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame.
  • Some random Orioles thoughts (Flanagan, Ripken, Mussina, Dauer, Flaherty, Marin)

    Some random Orioles thoughts (Flanagan, Ripken, Mussina, Dauer, Flaherty, Marin)
    Today marks the one-year anniversary of the death of Mike Flanagan at his home in Monkton. He would be 60 years old. My thoughts are with his family and friends. Suicide is an exceptionally difficult issue for survivors to deal with. From my personal...
  • Mike Mussina remembers his Orioles years with fondness

    Mike Mussina remembers his Orioles years with fondness
    Mike Mussina is now four years into retirement. He sports a salt-and-pepper goatee. His days include coaching his two sons in baseball and basketball. Happy with life after baseball, Mussina remains in his hometown of Mountoursville, Pa., just three...
  • Cal Ripken Jr. to have bronze statue unveiled at Camden Yards

    Cal Ripken Jr. to have bronze statue unveiled at Camden Yards
    A little before his former team takes the field for an important game Thursday night against the New York Yankees, Hall of Fame shortstop Cal Ripken Jr., Harford County's most famous athlete, will be further immortalized, as a bronze statue of his...
  • The Sun Remembers: July 22-28

    The Sun Remembers: July 22-28
    July 27, 2003: On an overcast day in Cooperstown, N.Y., former Orioles slugger Eddie Murray is enshrined in the Baseball Hall of Fame and gives a heartfelt speech to the crowd of 18,000. "I had a dream as a kid, and I actually lived that dream," says...
  • The Sun Remembers: July 29-August 4

    The Sun Remembers: July 29-August 4
    Aug. 4, 1996: Earl Weaver, the irascible Orioles manager who led the club to 1,480 victories, four American League pennants and the 1970 world championship, is enshrined in the Baseball Hall of Fame. "I'm proud of my record," Weaver tells the crowd in...
  • The Sun Remembers: Aug. 5-11

    The Sun Remembers: Aug. 5-11
    Aug. 6, 1990: Right-hander Jim Palmer, the Orioles' winningest pitcher ever, is inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, N.Y., after being voted in on the first ballot. "Am I as good as a lot of pitchers here? Probably not," says Palmer,...
  • Ernie Tyler Way at Ripken complex honors late Orioles umpire attendant, Ripken family friend

    Ernie Tyler Way at Ripken complex honors late Orioles umpire attendant, Ripken family friend
    Between two games at this year's Cal Ripken World Series Monday night, a legendary member of the Baltimore Orioles family, a man with an unbroken string of work days that makes Cal Ripken Jr.'s consecutive games streak look short in comparison, was...
  • 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?...