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  • Time with Orioles stands out most for Frank Robinson

    Time with Orioles stands out most for Frank Robinson
    As a player and manager, Frank Robinson represented seven major league organizations in eight cities. These days, he lives about 2,700 miles away in the Los Angeles area and makes it back to Baltimore only about two or three times a year. But when...
  • Orioles unveil statue of Frank Robinson

    Orioles unveil statue of Frank Robinson
    Through the raindrops, the Orioles honored Hall of Famer Frank Robinson, unveiling a statue of the Orioles great beyond the left-center-field fence at Camden Yards, kicking off a season-long celebration honoring the club's six Hall of Famers. Those in...
  • Throwback Thursday: Frank Robinson puts his feet up

    We have countless awesome sports photos in the archives here at The Baltimore Sun, and I have decided to share one with you each week in a regular feature called "Throwback Thursday." With the Cincinnati Reds coming to Camden Yards this weekend for an...
  • Orioles' Scott heads to disabled list

    Orioles' Scott heads to disabled list
    After several months of trying to play through a torn labrum in his right shoulder, Orioles outfielder Luke Scott finally shut things down with hopes he can return in a few weeks after rest and rehabilitation. The alternative is season-ending surgery for...
  • This Day in Orioles History: April 11

    April 11, 1988: Frank Robinson replaced Cal Ripken Sr. as manager after the Orioles started the season 0-6. The Orioles ended up losing their first 21 games that season.
  • This Day in Orioles History: April 20

    April 20, 1968: The Orioles beat the California Angels, 10-1, but Frank Robinson left the game with a sore neck. The whole team received shots because the Angels’ team doctor thought Robinson had the mumps.
  • This Day in Orioles History: April 27

    April 27, 1969: In a doubleheader against the Yankees, Frank Robinson recorded six hits, two home runs and eight RBI as the Orioles took both games.
  • Native daughter: The early edition and all the others, too

    Native daughter: The early edition and all the others, too
    The Baltimore Sun has been part of my family since my earliest memories. We eagerly awaited the paper's arrival on our doorstep -- The Sun in the morning and The Evening Sun in the afternoon. Growing up in the mayor's house, we would get the early...
  • Wes Unseld measured up, turned Bullets around

    Wes Unseld measured up, turned Bullets around
    Forty-four years later, what sticks in Wes Unseld's mind is a reception he got on his arrival in Baltimore as the Bullets' top pick in the 1968 NBA draft. Welcoming, it was not. "I was watching TV in my room at the Lord Baltimore Hotel, and this...
  • Eldersburg man celebrates golden anniversary as Orioles usher

    Eldersburg man celebrates golden anniversary as Orioles usher
    For the past five decades, Gordon Huggins has enjoyed one of the best views in the house. As an usher for the Baltimore Orioles at Memorial Stadium and Oriole Park at Camden Yards, he has witnessed six World Series,Cal Ripken Jr.'s record-setting 2,...
  • Orioles notebook: No significant progress with Reimold's injury

    Orioles notebook: No significant progress with Reimold's injury
    Orioles left fielder Nolan Reimold, on the disabled list with a neck injury, said Tuesday that he still is experiencing tingling in his thumb and forearm and weakness in his left shoulder several days after undergoing an epidural injection. “It's...
  • Sports lists: People love 'em, but they cause a lot of fuss

    Driving home Wednesday night after the Al Cesky Awards Banquet, I tuned my car radio to 90.5 WKHS's Ace and The Brain Show (Wednesdays, 8 to 10 p.m, a fine, commercial-free sports/music program that you should check out), and heard an obscure baseball...