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Former Broncos quarterback John Elway, shown in 2010, had no interest in playing for the Baltimore Colts.
Former Broncos quarterback John Elway, shown in 2010, had no interest in playing for the Baltimore Colts.(Barry Gutierrez / Associated Press)

May 3, 1983: The Colts trade signing rights to Stanford quarterback John Elway, their No. 1 pick in the NFL draft who refused to play for them, to Denver. In return, Baltimore receives offensive lineman Chris Hinton, the Broncos' No. 1 selection; quarterback Mark Herrmann; and Denver's No. 1 pick in 1984.

May 2, 1967: Towson rips Perry Hall, 30-2, in boys lacrosse. Dodd Casey scores seven goals and Bob Barton six for coach Bill Thomas' Generals, six-time defending Baltimore County champions.

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Former broadcaster Bailey Goss, shown in 1952.
Former broadcaster Bailey Goss, shown in 1952.(Baltimore Sun Photo)

May 1, 1962: A car crash claims the life of Bailey Goss, 49, a Baltimore TV and radio sports announcer here for 20 years. Goss, who covered both football and baseball, is killed while driving home from a Colts' media dinner.

May 4, 1959: Hundreds of Colts fans stand in line for up to nine hours outside Memorial Stadium to buy season tickets to see Baltimore's NFL champions.

May 1, 1955: The Orioles and White Sox use 14 pitchers, an American League record, in Baltimore's 11-inning, 9-8 victory in Chicago. Right-hander Bob Alexander gets his lone big league victory.

May 6, 1949: Gilman's lacrosse team wins its 31st consecutive game, 8-1, over McDonogh. Bo Willis scores four goals for the Greyhounds.

April 30, 1938: More than 15,000 race fans weather showers to watch the Philadelphia Handicap on the final day of the spring season at the Havre de Grace track. Burning Star wins the race.

May 2, 1922: Orioles pitcher Jack Ogden goes the distance, allowing 19 hits in a 13-5 International League loss to the Rochester Colts.

The Orioles' Jeff Reboulet homers against the Mariners in Game 4 of the ALDS on Oct. 5, 1997, at Camden Yards.
The Orioles' Jeff Reboulet homers against the Mariners in Game 4 of the ALDS on Oct. 5, 1997, at Camden Yards.(Karl Merton Ferron / The Baltimore Sun)

Birthday

April 30, 1964: Jeff Reboulet, Orioles reserve infielder whose home run off Seattle Mariners ace Randy Johnson helped Baltimore clinch the 1997 American League Division Series.

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