April 18, 1997: Led by Mark Teixeira (three hits, three runs and three RBIs), Mount Saint Joseph routs Cardinal Gibbons, 13-0, for its 13th win against one loss.
April 18, 1975: Lee May slams two three-run home runs and knocks in seven runs as the Orioles outlast the Red Sox, 9-7, in Boston.
April 20, 1968: "I'll never take another team of mine to College Park again," Navy men's lacrosse coach Bill Bilderback says after Maryland fans pelt the Midshipmen with ice, beer and rotten eggs after the Terps' 5-3 victory over the eight-time defending national champs. (Two years later, Navy returns to Byrd Stadium.)
April 19, 1964: Dick Oles, fencing coach at Johns Hopkins, wins a foil tournament in a fence-off at Parkville High, defeating Ramon Matthews, of the Harpoon Fencing Club, 5-3. Oles will coach Hopkins to 21 conference titles in 44 years, retiring in 2003.
April 21, 1960: Blaming player salary increases and higher hotel costs, the two-time NFL champion Colts announce ticket price increases of either 50 cents or $1. Box seats now go for $6.
April 18, 1936: In an exhibition held to spark interest among female athletes, the Philadelphia women's lacrosse team defeats a Baltimore squad, 4-2, at the National Cathedral School in Washington. Anne Pugh and Jean McFarlane score for the losers.
April 16, 1924: Entering the game in relief, in the first inning with none out, City's Frank Schap proceeds to strike out 19 in an 11-2 win at Marston, a private boys school in Baltimore.
April 19, 1902: The Orioles lose their American League opener, 7-6, at Boston as the Americans' Cy Young strikes out nine. Baltimore will finish in last place despite starting the season with five future Hall of Famers (John McGraw, Joe McGinnity, Wilbert Robinson, Roger Bresnahan and Joe Kelley). At year's end, the team moves to New York to become, eventually, the Yankees.
April 15, 1988: Pitcher Chris Tillman, who is in his 10th season with the Orioles and made the All-Star team in 2013.