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Sun StaffJohn Naber will warm up the crowd and interview out-of-breath winners at the U.S. Olympic swimming trials. He expects to spend considerable time with Michael Phelps. "Everyone is missing the point," Naber said. "Seven gold medals would be great, but...
Final thoughts on a memorable two weeks in Greece This is my last blog from the Athens Olympics, which I'm assuming will be one of the more memorable I've covered for a number of reasons. Foremost among them, I'm sure, will be the swimming of Michael...
Baltimoresun.com StaffWYPR FM's interview with Sun sports writer Paul McMullen. Originally aired August 16, 2004. Andy Bienstock, WYPR: At the Olympics in Athens today, Baltimore swimmer Michael Phelps was denied his chance at tying Mark Spitz's record of seven golds...
Sun ReporterAs police investigated the stabbing deaths of two men and tried to account for bullet holes in a limousine that carried Baltimore Ravens star Ray Lewis, a judge ordered yesterday that the linebacker be held without bail for at least three weeks in the...
Tags: Prisons, Mike Mussina, Ray Lewis, University of Miami, Murder
For nearly two decades, John Moody made his living killing, gutting and packing poultry on the line at Tyson Foods, the nation's largest meat producer and processor. It was unpleasant work - smelly, repetitive and dangerous. He severed the tip of his...
Tags: Homes, Immigration, Employment, Death, Skin Rash
Times Staff WriterEAGLE, Colo. -- The Los Angeles Lakers' Kobe Bryant, one of the most talented and dynamic basketball players of his generation, was charged yesterday with the felony sexual assault of a 19-year-old hotel worker who came to his room at an exclusive...
1978 June 7: The Washington Bullets win the NBA championship with a 105-99 victory over the Seattle SuperSonics in Game 7. June 13: Aberdeen High School star Cal Ripken, 17, signs with the Orioles after the club selects him in the second round of...
Baltimoresun.com StaffLast of two parts. Development Credit Fund Inc. closed in June after 21 years of providing loans and other assistance to small businesses in the Baltimore region. Established by the Greater Baltimore Committee in 1983, the DCF was financed with $7.5...
Sun StaffLONG BEACH, Calif. - Two months ago in Silicon Valley, Michael Phelps had a screw-up that would have been a major scandal on a bigger stage. Phelps didn't see the revised preliminary sheets for the final day of the Santa Clara (Calif.) International....
Tags: Golf, Cal Ripken, Tiger Woods, Speedos, Awards and Prizes
Dan Shaughnessy, The Boston Globe He wasn't just Cal Ripken. He was Cal Ripken Jr. Like Sammy Davis and JFK, he never lost the Jr., not even when he turned gray, bald, and 41. Not even Saturday night when he played his 3,001st and final game for the...
Sun StaffMichael Phelps is about to take on Ian Crocker, Aaron Peirsol, Ian Thorpe and other champion swimmers seeking to keep him from ruling the pool at the 2004 Olympics. Phelps will also face a daunting opponent he can't see: the weight of great...
Sun StaffWASHINGTON - The comeback road Michael Jordan traveled the past few months included back spasms, broken ribs and sore knees. In the end, nothing could deter the 38-year-old legend from his decision to return to the NBA after a three-year absence. Not...
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