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After the bullpen gave back two late leads, rookie Austin Hays hit a two-run, inside-the-park home run in the 10th inning to help the Orioles to a 10-9 win over the Philadelphia Phillies at Citizens Bank Park.

The Big Ten Conference on Tuesday announced that it is postponing its fall sports season because of health and safety concerns amid the coronavirus pandemic, becoming the first Power 5 conference to do so.

Big Ten universities will take a lot of criticism for their decision, but it was the right one. Playing games should not take precedence over human life.

The Pac-12 joined the Big Ten on Tuesday in announcing it won’t play football this fall because of concerns about COVID-19, taking two of college football’s five power conferences out of a crumbling season amid the pandemic.

Here’s what columnists and analysts around the country had to say about the Big Ten’s decision to postpone fall sports.

As the Ravens approach the start of training camp practices, the college football season is teetering.

Ellicott City native Taylor Fields reeled in and landed a 77-pound white marlin on Aug. 7, and with it secured the team aboard the "Drillin & Billin" boat a second-place finish and $1.76 million in prize money at the annual White Marlin Open in Ocean City.

It is not just a matter of how 32 teams can stay healthy amid a pandemic without a “bubble” environment. It’s what could become of a group of players that health officials consider at risk for severe infection.

Last year, the Orioles had to say they were competitive in games they weren't just to save face. They don't have to just say that anymore, because a quarter of the way into the season, they are.

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