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This week in Baltimore sports history (April 21-27): Ravens select Terrell Suggs in 2003 NFL draft

This week in Baltimore sports history (April 21-27): Ravens select Terrell Suggs in 2003 NFL draft

April 26, 2003: With the 10th overall pick in the NFL draft, the Ravens take Terrell Suggs, Arizona State linebacker who had an NCAA record 24 sacks as a senior.

April 26, 1997: Roberto Alomar hits three home runs at Camden Yards, the first player to do so, as the Orioles defeat the Boston Red Sox, 14-5, before an announced 47,727.

April 21, 1983: On her 16th birthday, jockey Jill Kaenel wins her first race and twice finishes third while riding on the same card at Pimlico Race Course as her brother Jack, winner of the 1982 Preakness.

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