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  • Should the Ravens make a play for Plaxico Burress?

    Should the Ravens make a play for Plaxico Burress?
    The Ravens will get another opportunity to overhaul their receiving corps this offseason, and former Giants wide receiver Plaxico Burress, expected to get out of the slammer in June, will be one of the more intriguing options on the free-agent market....
  • Coffee Companion -- 7/13: NL All-Stars make it two in a row

    Coffee Companion -- 7/13: NL All-Stars make it two in a row
    Each morning, Monday through Friday, I'll hook you up with reading material to skim through as you slug down coffee and slack off at the start of your workday -- that way I'll have an excuse to do the same at the start of mine.  Running it back: With...
  • Your turn: Should each team get an All-Star representative?

    Your turn: Should each team get an All-Star representative?
    Matt Wieters made his first All-Star Game appearance on Tuesday night, grounding out in his only at-bat and letting a pitch squeak by him for a passed ball. Hopefully it didn't take the luster off a well-deserved spot in the Midsummer Classic. Wieters...
  • Peter Schlehr retiring as Towson University sports information director

    This Harford County man says he bleeds gold, and it's easy to see why. After serving more than 35 years as the director of athletics media relations at Towson University, Peter Schlehr, a lifelong Bel Air resident, is retiring on June 30. Schlehr's...
  • Harford Day School graduates 35

    Thirty-six eighth graders at Harford Day School in Bel Air were awarded diplomas at their outdoor graduation ceremony held on the school's campus June 10th. Thirty-six eighth graders at Harford Day School in Bel Air were awarded diplomas at their outdoor...
  • Matt Wieters can thank Russell Martin for All-Star Game action

    Matt Wieters can thank Russell Martin for All-Star Game action
    Matt Wieters entered Tuesday night's MLB All-Star Game in the sixth inning, getting a couple of innings to soak in first All-Star experience. But if it wasn't for Russell Martin, who reportedly did something selfless for his Orioles catching counterpart,...
  • His faith a way of life, death

    There's no way for any of us to know how Josh Hamilton feels these days, but if you ask him he will do his best to let you know. That says a lot in itself. The guy who might have the best idea about what swirls through Hamilton's head is Dodgers coach...
  • Recreation Notes: M&D Black 2012 wins eighth consecutive girls lacrosse tournament

    Lacrosse M&D Lacrosse Club The Howard County based 2012 M&D Black team won the championship of the Challenge Cup in Downingtown, Pennsylvania held June 10-12. The team competed in the Elite Division, which featured the best 2012 graduating class teams...
  • Flacco says Woodley 'doesn't know what he's talking about'

    Flacco says Woodley 'doesn't know what he's talking about'
    This offseason has been open season on Joe Flacco, as a handful of opposing players and national media have questioned his ability to quarterback the Ravens to a Super Bowl. But Flacco fired back at one of his critics over the weekend, saying that...
  • Two times a charm for Lansdowne three-sport star

    Two times a charm for Lansdowne three-sport star
    Kelli Pease was more than just a talented starter for four years on the Lansdowne varsity softball squad. According to coach Jamie Izdebski, Pease had something in her that she didn't need to be taught. "You can't teach the will and the drive to win,"...
  • Throwback Thursday: Cal and A-Rod at the 2001 All-Star Game

    Throwback Thursday: Cal and A-Rod at the 2001 All-Star Game
    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." It’s All-Star week -- aka the most boring week on the sports...
  • Alumni report: Former McDonogh soccer star Chante' Sandiford playing for a national title

    Alumni report: Former McDonogh soccer star Chante' Sandiford playing for a national title
    Chante' Sandiford was 13 years old when she found her second home. Playing in the Washington Freedom's youth developmental program and going against a rival club, Sandiford made one big save after another to earn an impressive shutout. Afterward, she got...