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  • Orioles legends Ripken, Murray together again

    The Sports Legends Museum at Camden Yards today announced that it will host an exclusive event on Feb. 4 with Baltimore Orioles legends and Hall of Famers Cal Ripken Jr. and Eddie Murray. "An Evening with Cal & Eddie" will take place at Sports Legends...
  • Peter Schmuck: Truth-seeking? You're kidding

    It has been so long, I almost "misremembered" my trip to Washington for the Feb. 13 hearing of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform. That was the one at which tarnished idol Roger Clemens traded charges with former personal trainer Brian...
  • Hughes' Journey

    The living room of the headmaster's house at the Gunston Day School is tastefully furnished with wingback chairs and a grand piano. But when former Gov. Harry Hughes enters with his lunch on a recent visit, he takes the worst possible seat - a brown...
  • Excerpts from Mitchell's report

    The opening paragraph "For more than a decade, there has been widespread illegal use of anabolic steroids and other performance enhancing substances by players in Major League Baseball, in violation of federal law and baseball policy. Club officials...
  • '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...
  • Voice of Phils, 73, dies in D.C.

    Radio and TV broadcaster Harry Kalas, whose signature "Outta here!" home run calls provided the soundtrack to Philadelphia baseball since 1971, died Monday after collapsing in the broadcast booth before the Phillies' game against the Washington Nationals....
  • B. Robinson was treated for cancer

    Orioles Hall of Famer Brooks Robinson, perhaps the greatest third baseman in baseball history, revealed Tuesday that he has undergone successful treatment for prostate cancer. "It was diagnosed very early, and I underwent 39 radiation treatments,"...
  • Text of Peter Angelos' statement

    Baltimore Orioles principal owner Peter Angelos was not present at Cal Ripken's press conference. The following statement was read on Angelos' behalf by vice president Joe Foss. Cal Ripken is a great athlete, a great sportsman and a great Marylander....
  • Emotional time for mother, siblings

    Mom knew. Vi Ripken was puttering around the house in Aberdeen on Saturday when the phone rang. Her eldest son was calling. They spoke briefly, family chitchat. Then Cal took a deep breath and swung. "I just wanted you to know that I've made my...
  • Eye disease limits WBAL's Thompson; Role is restricted to radio commentary

    In an article in Wednesday's editions, The Sun reported that Orioles radio announcer Chuck Thompson was undergoing "new, experimental therapy" to treat the eye disease macular degeneration. When Thompson's treatment began earlier this year, the therapy...
  • 'A class all to himself'

    Chuck Thompson, whose familiar radio voice painted the picture of Baltimore sports for more than half a century, died yesterday morning after suffering a stroke Saturday. He was 83. Mr. Thompson, known for his catch phrases "Ain't the beer cold!" and "Go...
  • Career highlights and signature phrases

    Career highlights - 1939: At 18, Thompson breaks into broadcasting by calling games of Albright College for WRAW in Reading, Pa. - 1946: Calls first major league baseball game in Philadelphia. - 1948: Hired in Baltimore to do play-by-play for...