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The Sun Remembers: July 30-Aug. 5

Orioles catcher Gregg Zaun uses pine stick on his bat before stepping into the batting cage during the Orioles' spring training at Fort Lauderdale Stadium on Feb. 18, 1996.
Orioles catcher Gregg Zaun uses pine stick on his bat before stepping into the batting cage during the Orioles' spring training at Fort Lauderdale Stadium on Feb. 18, 1996. (Karl Merton Ferron / Baltimore Sun)

July 30, 1996: The Orioles hit nine doubles — including two each by Rafael Palmeiro, Bobby Bonilla and Gregg Zaun — in a 16-4 victory over the Twins in Minnesota.

Legendary Oriole Brooks Robinson addresses the media on the weekend of his induction into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1983.
Legendary Oriole Brooks Robinson addresses the media on the weekend of his induction into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1983. (Baltimore Sun file photo)
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Cal Ripken Jr. talks with Bluefield general manager George Fanning in August 1978. Players with the Rookie-level team do their own laundry, which is drying on the fence.
Cal Ripken Jr. talks with Bluefield general manager George Fanning in August 1978. Players with the Rookie-level team do their own laundry, which is drying on the fence. (Baltimore Sun file photo)

July 31, 1977: Cal Ripken Jr. drives in two runs as the Putty Hill Optimists win the Mickey Mantle North Atlantic Regional baseball championship for 16-to-18-year-olds over teams from Brooklyn and Mount Vernon, N.Y., in Lyndhurst, N.J.

Colts quarterback Earl Morral gets ready to pass during Super Bowl III in Miami on Jan. 12, 1969. The New York Jets won, 16-7.
Colts quarterback Earl Morral gets ready to pass during Super Bowl III in Miami on Jan. 12, 1969. The New York Jets won, 16-7. (Associated Press)

July 30, 1971: Quarterback Earl Morrall, 37, passes for 329 yards and three touchdowns as the world champion Colts defeat the College All-Stars, 24-17, before an announced 52,289 at Soldier Field in Chicago. Baltimore holds highly touted quarterbacks Jim Plunkett and Dan Pastorini to 78 passing yards.

Aug. 3, 1965: Reggie Jackson's two-run homer gives Leone's 16-to-19-year-old baseball team a 2-0 victory over Putty Hill.

Turf Valley Country Club on Sept. 4, 1959.
Turf Valley Country Club on Sept. 4, 1959. (Baltimore Sun file photo)

Aug. 1, 1959: Turf Valley Country Club opens. The clubhouse is unfinished so the 100 golfers who play the Ellicott City course use two buildings on the Pistorio farm as dressing rooms.

Boxer Archie Moore in June 1952.
Boxer Archie Moore in June 1952. (Baltimore Sun file photo)

Aug. 2, 1948: Archie Moore, an up-and-coming light-heavyweight boxer from California, scores a unanimous 10-round decision over Ted Lowry of New York at the Coliseum. Moore will win the world title in 1952 and hold it for nearly 10 years.

Buzz Arlett in March 1933.
Buzz Arlett in March 1933. (Baltimore Sun file photo)

July 30, 1932: Orioles slugger Buzz Arlett hits his 45th and 46th home runs in a 7-6 win over the International League-leading Newark Bears at Oriole Park. Arlett will finish with 54 homers.

Ravens wide receiver Mike Wallace plays to the cameras after speaking with the media after finishing the team's voluntary offseason workout program at Under Armour Performance Center.
Ravens wide receiver Mike Wallace plays to the cameras after speaking with the media after finishing the team's voluntary offseason workout program at Under Armour Performance Center. (Kenneth K. Lam / Baltimore Sun)

Birthday

Aug. 1, 1986: Mike Wallace, Ravens wide receiver whose 72 receptions were second on the team in 2016.

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