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The Orioles have been through this before. So have the Tampa Bay Rays and the New York Yankees, so it's not as if the challenge of replacing a couple of productive star players at crunch time makes them worthy of particular note as they head into the...
Orioles executive vice president of baseball operations Dan Duquette peers out his B&O Warehouse office window, which has to have one of the best views in baseball — down into the right-field flag court of Camden Yards and the seating bowl. He...
For Josh Hamilton, these could have been truly glorious days. If not for the Cardinals' fifth rally in Game 6, Hamilton still would be taking bows for hitting an extra-inning, game-winning home run in the World Series. His drive to center field should...
Special to Baltimoresun.comJim Crothers uses Cecil County as a starting point for baseball road trips, including an annual week-long outing with the Calvert Stogie and Rail Club -- a group of "otherwise normal, fat, old guys who destroy themselves by watching up to three games a...
The Wall Street JournalRunning the Loews hotel empire takes a lot of stamina for Chief Executive Jonathan Tisch, especially at meal time. With a travel schedule that keeps him on the road two weeks a month, the 50-year-old New Yorker has lunch at high-profile spots like the...
It was referred to in the travel brochures as the "Paris of the Americas" -- an idyllic island of sun, sea and sand, where the plazas were filled with laughter and the spirit of the Cuban people lent an enticing, keep-the-party-going kind of happiness...
CORAL GABLES — Ron Fraser was known as "The Wizard of College Baseball", but on Saturday evening, the University of Miami community came together to celebrate his touch off the diamond. Fraser died on January 20, at age 79, after a long fight with...
Fernandomania was an original. All individual sports manias were borne from the knee of Fernando Valenzuela. Valenzuela, of course, was not just a remarkable sensation for the Dodgers, but a huge favorite back in his native Mexico. He played in the...
For the meet-and-greet types, the Dodgers have announced the schedule for their 10th annual community caravan. The caravan begins Monday, with team alumni featured the first four days at one stop per day. On Friday, 15 current players will be joined...
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Hall of Famer Earl Weaver, the cantankerous baseball wizard who led the Orioles to the World Series in each of his first three full seasons as manager, died yesterday. He was 82. Weaver died Friday night while on a cruise, according to Monica Barlow,...
The Baltimore SunEarl Weaver penned his own epitaph. "On my tombstone just write, ‘The sorest loser that ever lived,’ " he once said. Weaver, the Orioles’ irascible, chain-smoking, umpire-baiting manager who led the team to four American League...
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