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The Sun Remembers: This Week in Maryland Sports History for Oct. 21-27

The Sun Remembers: This Week in Maryland Sports History for Oct. 21-27

Oct. 27, 1971: The Orioles rout the Tokyo Giants, 10-1, for their third straight victory on their exhibition tour of Japan. Pat Dobson allows three hits, including a ninth-inning home run by slugger Sadaharu Oh that draws cheers from the crowd of more than 25,000.

Oct. 23, 1963: The Bullets, Baltimore’s new NBA team, earn their first Civic Center (now Royal Farms Arena) win, 115-106, over the New York Knicks before an announced 3,500. Walt Bellamy leads the Bullets with 45 points and 27 rebounds.

Oct, 22, 1950: The Los Angeles Rams set an NFL scoring record...

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