Mike Klingaman

Writer

A sports enterprise reporter for The Baltimore Sun, Mike Klingaman writes human-interest stories, historical profiles and a weekly retrospective called “The Sun Remembers.” He won the 1995 Associated Press Sports Editors feature writing award for a piece on Cal Ripken Jr. and was one of three finalists for the 1985 Pulitzer Prize in Specialized Reporting. A native of Catonsville, he is an avid, if oft-frustrated gardener who, for 10 years, wrote a nationally-syndicated column, "The Real Dirt."

Recent Articles

  • Howard County's 19 most anticipated events for 2019

    Howard County's 19 most anticipated events for 2019

    Do you ever find yourself saying you have nowhere to go or nothing to do? Not this year. Whether you like the arts or something more active, Howard County will host a year full of events that are sure to get you out of the house. APRIL Daffodil Day On April 6, flex those green thumbs with a day...

  • The Sun Remembers: This Week in Maryland Sports History for Feb. 24-March 2

    The Sun Remembers: This Week in Maryland Sports History for Feb. 24-March 2

    Feb. 27, 1986: The Orioles name first baseman Eddie Murray, 30, the first official captain in club history. Feb, 24, 1975: George Petrides is named football coach at City College, replacing Ron Chartrand. Petrides, 27, a 1967 graduate of the school, will coach 40 years with a record of 257-144-1....

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