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Jonathan Ogden, the UCLA left tackle who won the Outland Trophy as college football's best interior lineman and the NCAA indoor shotput title in his senior season, is shown in the track and field weight room at UCLA in Los Angeles in April 1996. Ogden was selected by Baltimore as the fourth pick of the first round at the NFL Draft in New York Saturday April 20, 1996.
Jonathan Ogden, the UCLA left tackle who won the Outland Trophy as college football's best interior lineman and the NCAA indoor shotput title in his senior season, is shown in the track and field weight room at UCLA in Los Angeles in April 1996. Ogden was selected by Baltimore as the fourth pick of the first round at the NFL Draft in New York Saturday April 20, 1996. (GARY FRIEDMAN / Associated Press)
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April 12, 1977: Though the last two quarters are shortened to five minutes each, Severna Park crushes Old Mill, 25-0, in boys lacrosse. Ben Lamon has 10 assists in a game played in 90-degree heat.

April 13, 1966: Jim Palmer, 20, pitches his first complete game and hits a home run as the Orioles rout the Red Sox, 8-1, in 44-degree weather before an announced 1,955 in Boston.

April 15, 1957: The Orioles bang out 15 hits, including a 410-foot home run by Gus Triandos, to defeat the Washington Senators, 7-6, on Opening Day at Griffith Stadium. Both President Dwight D. Eisenhower (who keeps his own box score) and Vice President Richard M. Nixon attend.

April 10, 1950: After jockey Willie Doyle's death at 67, his ashes are scattered near the finish line at Pimlico Race Course, where Doyle won the 1909 Preakness aboard Effendi, a 40-1 shot.

April 10, 1921: Despite an explosive nine-run ninth inning, the International League Orioles lose a 26-14 exhibition to the Philadelphia Athletics in a cold drizzle before an announced 4,500 at Oriole Park. Max Bishop, a second baseman who'll go on to play 10 years for the A's, gets four hits for Baltimore.

April 14, 1911: Ned Crane, a Baltimore chauffeur-turned-champion race car driver, dies when his Buick overturns during a practice run in Kansas City, Mo. Crane held five international speed records.

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April 12, 1986: Brad Brach, Orioles reliever who's coming off an All-Star season in which he went 10-4 with a 2.05 ERA.

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