At 65, and living in Spring Branch, Texas, this is Hinton's calling — to help troubled youths navigate life's highways, the onetime Colts' wide receiver said. After six years in the NFL, and a career as a homebuilder, Hinton last year chose to go another route.
Typical Brooks Robinson.Everybody who was anybody in Baltimore Orioles history showed up to honor him when the Orioles unveiled his statue on the center-field plaza Saturday, and all he wanted to do was thank everybody else and turn his ceremony into a celebration of this year's amazing, surprising, contending team.
Forty-six years later, the photograph still inspires goose bumps. There's Dave McNally, Baltimore's "other" No. 19, the triumphant pitcher whose grin is as wide as his native Montana. And Andy Etchebarren, the catcher who's poised to embrace him, mask still on and mitt in hand.
Archbishop Moeller of Cincinnati scored three touchdowns in the second quarter en route to a 35-14 win over the Gilman Greyhounds in the 15th annual Skyline Chili Crosstown Showdown in front of a nationally televised audience on ESPNU at Kings High School.
The Greyhounds, last year's Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference champions, travel to meet Ohio powerhouse Archbishop Moeller in Cincinnati on Sunday night for the nationally-televised ESPN High School Football Kickoff.