Earl Monroe of the Bullets drives around Knicks' Walt Frazier. in 1970.
Earl Monroe of the Bullets drives around Knicks' Walt Frazier. in 1970. (WILLIAM HOTZ JR. /)

Oct. 22, 2000: Make it four straight games in which the Ravens have failed to score a touchdown after losing to the Tennessee Titans, 14-6, at PSINet Stadium. Baltimore (5-3) gets two field goals from Matt Stover, who has scored the team's past 40 points.

Oct. 17, 1996: The undefeated Broadneck boys soccer team wins its 12th game — its 10th by shutout — with a 2-0 victory over Severna Park. Mark Holmes scores both goals.


Oct. 21, 1978: Navy's football team, ranked No. 1 nationally in defense, defeats William & Mary, 9-0, in Annapolis. Fullback Larry Klawinski runs 33 yards for a touchdown for the No. 17 Midshipmen (6-0).

Oct. 21, 1974: The Orioles' Mike Cuellar, 37, is named the top left-handed pitcher in baseball by the Associated Press. "He's a great money pitcher," general manager Frank Cashen says of Cuellar (22-10), who led Baltimore to its fifth division title in six years.

Oct. 18, 1967: In his NBA debut, rookie Earl Monroe scores 22 points — half of them in the first quarter — as the Bullets defeat the New York Knicks, 121-98, at the Civic Center.

Oct. 19, 1958: The undefeated Colts win their fourth straight, 40-14 over the Lions in Detroit, gaining 535 yards on offense. Johnny Unitas throws a touchdown pass in his 19th consecutive game, a 37-yarder to tight end Jim Mutscheller.

Oct. 20, 1913: Blinded by mud kicked up from the sloppy track at Laurel Race Course, Fred Mulholland, a black gelding, bolts into a rail that spears his chest as he charges down the stretch. The horse dies instantly.


Oct. 22, 1982: Darren O'Day, Orioles relief pitcher who made the American League All-Star team in 2015.