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The Orioles’ Bruce Zimmermann was cheered for more loudly than your average rookie pitcher Saturday night on his way to a second straight quality start because of his local roots. Going forward, it might simply be because he deserves it.
The Tigers pushed through the hurdles of youth and the coronavirus pandemic to bring home the program’s first conference title of any kind since the 1981-82 season.
Orioles public address announcer Ryan Wagner was let go this week, a day after he tweeted how excited he was to be back behind the press box microphone with fans in the stadium this summer, according to a source.
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In a stunning turnaround after storms doused the course Saturday at the Masters, Hideki Matsuyama had four birdies, an eagle and a superb par at the end of a 7-under 65, turning a three-shot deficit into a four-shot lead as he tries to become the first Japanese player to win a men’s major.
The host Tigers rallied from a trio of five-goal deficits thanks to an 8-1 run spanning the third and fourth quarters to secure their first regular-season win in the CAA since April 27, 2019.
As he did in Thursday’s home opener, Trey Mancini paused before his first at-bat Saturday as members of the Camden Yards crowd stood and applauded. He did not wait long to give those Orioles fans a reason to stay on their feet.
No. 2 Maryland used a 16-0 run over 30 minutes to claim a 18-12 victory over host Michigan in men’s college lacrosse Saturday.
With the Kentucky Derby returning to its familiar date on the first Saturday in May, here are 10 horses to watch for the first leg of the Triple Crown.
Wing back Quinton Bloch and fullback Omari Lawrence were in the driver’s seat of Eastern Tech’s offense as the Mavericks defeated Dulaney 24-8 on Saturday.
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