Bob Sanders

The Sun Remembers: This Week in Sports History for Dec. 3-9

The Sun Remembers: This Week in Sports History for Dec. 3-9

Dec. 6, 1997: “I wanted to stay in Baltimore,” center fielder Brady Anderson says upon signing a five-year, $31 million contract with the Orioles. One year earlier, Anderson hit 50 home runs.

Dec. 6, 1984: The Loyola College men’s basketball team christens Reitz Arena with an 87-73 victory over Holy Cross. Alumnus and sportscaster Jim McKay does player introductions and the Greyhounds’ Tommy Lee (19 points) scores the first basket.

Dec. 5, 1959: The Colts, who’d never won in San Francisco in 10 tries, rout the 49ers, 34-14, to clinch at least a tie for the NFL...

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