April 6, 2000: For the second straight game, Orioles catcher Charles Johnson hits a game-winning home run, a three-run shot to beat the Cleveland Indians, 6-2, at Camden Yards.
April 9, 1990: Sam Horn, a designated hitter who joined the Orioles the week before, hits two three-run home runs in their 7-6 Opening Day win over the Royals in Kansas City.
April 11, 1987: No. 1 Maryland beats sixth-ranked Navy, 17-5, in men’s lacrosse in Annapolis. Mike Mosko (John Carroll), a 6-foot-5 attackman, scores six goals for the 8-0 Terps.
April 6, 1970: The New York Knicks defeat the Bullets, 127-114, to win the NBA Eastern Division semifinals, four games to three, at Madison Square Garden. Earl Monroe scores 32 points for Baltimore.
April 5, 1967: The Clippers beat the Quebec Aces, 4-1, in Game 1 of the American Hockey League Calder Cup best-of-five quarterfinals at the Civic Center. Willie Marshall, Bob Cunningham, Jim Bartlett and Doug Robinson score for Baltimore, which will reach the semifinals before losing to Rochester.