Davis' big day: award, contract O's outfielder gets Clemente honor; club picks up $2.5M option
As Bonilla goes from zero to hero, Angelos gets last word
He helps the dying, their families Promise: After he got help from Hospice Services during his wife's illness and death, one man made good on his vow to comfort others.
Rhodes says tight forearm 'no concern' He exits after sterling 2 1/3 ; Malone wants Myers back; no start for Kamieniecki
A truly inspirational Oriole At treatment center, cancer patients draw strength from Davis
Davis says leg strain won't stop him 'Tight' quad, chemo make him uncertain for Game 3
Orioles clinch division title Victory in Toronto gives club first crown since 1983
Researchers at Hopkins uncover suicide mechanism in damaged cells Discovery could lead to improvements in use of chemotherapy, radiation
It's really OK for outfielder to play Health: Advances in regimens, local physicians say, mean different reactions to chemotherapy. Oriole Eric Davis' excellent physical conditioning is a huge plus, his doctors say.
O's, Davis drive away doubts, 12-8 Assured playoff role, outfielder adds 1st hit to nine-run 2nd inning; Club's mood swings, too; Tigers close 9-0 gap; magic number cut to 3
Powell returns to clubhouse upbeat after cancer surgery 'Too young not to,' ex-Oriole will opt for chemotherapy
Will Mussina start '97 finale or Game 1? If AL East still undecided, Johnson faces a decision
Giving something back The Fan: The return of Eric Davis to Camden Yards gladdens our hearts. He's glad to be here, and shows it by taking extra time to sign autographs.
Davis to return today at least to the roster Johnson says his use to be limited; 2 from Bowie due
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O's offense shows cracks at worst time
Johnson to activate Davis today Outfielder isn't ready to do much more than run yet
Ashkenazi Jews weather news of another gene flaw 250 callers seek facts on colon cancer link
Davis' return will be day to remember
Powell should recover fully from surgery, doctor says No sign cancer spread; former Oriole hopes to be discharged in a few days
Powell has colon cancer surgery Ex-Oriole's procedure led by Davis' surgeon
Berroa keeps ears open only for O's Johnson Whether a hero or goat, he tunes out fans, media
Optimistic Davis joins teammates in Anaheim Treatment going well; outfielder still hopes to play again in 1997
With Davis in uniform, O's dress down A's Mates get emotional lift from recovering slugger
Golf legend Hogan, 84, dies Texan won 4 Opens, was only golfer to win 3 majors in one year
Healthier Ripken back in BP cage Sporadic spasms feeling better, 3rd baseman says
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Time in majors a memory with staying power Dellucci: Back in Bowie after 'incredible' month with Orioles, Dave Dellucci isn't forgetting 'first-class' life, using it as motivation to return one day for good.
Davis' goal is to play ball in '97 O's outfielder weighs chemotherapy, to seek opinions in California; Will rely on 'prayer, advice'; Even with treatment, August return eyed
Davis pal Hammonds pulls himself together 'Bothered, distracted,' he rebounds for 4 hits; Alomar swings RH, finds more pain
Cardin ponders Glendening challenge 5-term congressman may run for governor; CAMPAIGN 1998
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Eric Davis and life's curveballs Oriole battles cancer: Professional athletes are not immortal, they only seem so.
Davis can take comfort from recovered athletes Blatnick, Azinger, Lemieux among those who know ropes on long road back
Subdued O's still down Expos Tarasco, Webster drive 5-4 win; Rhodes gives club a scare
Colon cancer rarely hits people as young as Davis Genetic link suspected; most cases are curable
Subdued O's end Expos' streak Kamieniecki starts, Tarasco caps 5-4 win; Rhodes hurt, but OK
Game takes back seat for Orioles Shock, optimism mix as Davis' teammates speak their support; 'It's a reality check'; Priorities reassessed as news is digested
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Closing in on cancer Research: Thanks to dramatic advances in molecular and cell biology, tumor-fighting injections should be available within several years for some types of cancer.
Experts cross fingers on cancer experiment Many hope Hopkins will produce vaccine
Hopkins researchers identify key pathway in colon cancer Scientists hope discovery will lead to drugs to target chemicals causing disease
Juicy news ... be still my heart Essay: O, grape. Once again dietary science enhances our days of wine and cabbages with even more helpful advice for living.
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The harm in too much iron Health: It's an essential mineral in small quantities, but too much may contribute to heart disease or cancer.
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Inventor of birth control pill hurries to excel at writing Author: 'I once said I was a chemist who happened to be a writer,' says Carl Djerassi. 'I'm now a writer who happens to be a chemist.'
Scientists find genetic link in cases of prostate cancer 250,000 men in U.S. may harbor a gene that causes disease
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