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Former Baltimore Orioles player Dick Williams shown in 1975.
Former Baltimore Orioles player Dick Williams shown in 1975.

Jan. 11, 1992: Penn State doubles the score on Morgan State, routing the visitors, 102-51, in men's basketball. It's the 11th loss in 12 games for the Bears.

Jan. 10, 1981: Make it 11 straight basketball wins for undefeated Mount St. Mary's, an 86-83 victor at Shepherd College. Jim Rowe (19 points) leads the Mount, ranked No. 2 in the NCAA's Division II.

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Jan. 10, 1973: "I'm expected to produce the long ball and drive in runs, and I'm confident I will — although maybe not every day," slugger Earl Williams tells reporters on his first trip to Baltimore since his trade to the Orioles from Atlanta in November. After two years here, Williams (36 homers, 135 RBIs, .245) is returned to the Braves for a minor leaguer.

Jan. 11, 1965: Nearly 10,000 racing fans brave 8 inches of snow and 35-degree cold to attend opening day at Bowie Race Course.

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Jan. 10, 1951: Navy scores a 51-47 basketball victory over Maryland, its eighth straight win over the Terps. Willie Wilson (19 points) lead the Midshipmen at home.

Jan. 9, 1947: Gold footballs are presented to 35 members of Morgan State's undefeated football squad, winner of the 1946 Negro Collegiate Championship, at the team's banquet. Those honored include Joe Black, Arthur Berry and Roy Cragway.

Jan. 13, 1933: A tough man-to-man defense leads the unbeaten Johns Hopkins basketball team past Washington College, 23-20, at Evergreen. Don Kelly (seven points) leads the Blue Jays, who hold the Shoremen to one basket in the first half.

Birthday

Jan. 12, 1960: Tim Hulett, Orioles utility infielder for six years who drove in nine runs in the team's last 11 games of the 1989 stretch drive.

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