Baltimore City Council condemns Trump's rhetoric, days before his visit

Matt Overton

Letting go of the Colts, 32 years after they left Baltimore

Letting go of the Colts, 32 years after they left Baltimore

The hush of boisterous football fans was sudden and occurred in the most unlikely place: the left field men's room of the upper deck of Memorial Stadium, right where the 50-yard line would have been located in that grand old ballpark. It was there, where a crowd of slightly inebriated Colts fans had retreated to do what people do during halftime, when Johnny Unitas, the most celebrated name in Baltimore football history, walked in. Here was the Golden Arm standing among us average fans, being average. When he finished acknowledging his well-wishers, Unitas returned to his seat to watch the second half of what was surely another loss, this being the Colts 1981 2-14 season.

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