Sept. 18, 2005: The Ravens rush for 14 total yards — a franchise low — and quarterback
Sept. 20, 1998: "Don't be sad. Be happy," third baseman Cal Ripken Jr. tells the media after scratching his name from the
Sept. 22, 1966: Bells peal at City Hall as the Orioles defeat the Kansas City
Sept. 18, 1963: Steve Barber (Takoma Park) wins his 20th game of the season — the first modern Orioles pitcher to do so — with a 3-1 victory over the
Sept. 20, 1958: "A no-hitter for Wilhelm! He's got a no-hitter!" Orioles radio announcer
Sept. 22, 1946: Bobby Williams,
Sept. 21, 1940: Undefeated in 38 straight games, the City College football team battles Fork Union (Va.) to a scoreless tie before an announced crowd of 8,000 at the Stadium. Each half ends with the Knights poised to score on their opponent's 1-yard line.
Sept. 20, 1938: Loyola College names Emil "Lefty" Reitz as athletic director. Reitz, 28, who led the Greyhounds to a 9-7 record in his first season as basketball coach, will serve as AD for 36 years and give his name to Loyola's indoor sports arena.
Sept. 17, 1925: Gilman's football team begins workouts with just 20 players. Five lettermen return for coach Bernard Hoban's squad, including Spencer Janney (center and captain) and guard Arden Lowndes.
Sept. 19, 1962: Randy Myers, former Orioles closer whose 45 saves (in 46 opportunities) in 1997 are a club record.