Sept. 10, 2000: Down by 17 points, the
Sept. 11, 1976: Twelfth-ranked
Sept. 12, 1962: Washington's Tom Cheney strikes out 21 Orioles, a major league record, in the
Sept. 14, 1958: All eyes are on Joe Bellino, "the flying fireplug," a 5-foot-8, 185-pound sophomore tailback, as Navy, last year's Cotton Bowl champion, prepares for the football season. "We have the foundation [of the team]," coach Eddie Erdelatz says. "What the building will look like, I can't tell." The Midshipmen will finish 6-3.
Sept. 10, 1944: More than 25,000 fans mob the Orioles at Penn Station on their return from Jersey City, where they defeated the Giants, 5-0, to win the International League pennant for the first time since 1925. The crowd stops traffic on Charles Street, rings cowbells and holds signs that read, "Stick With Them Birds!"
Sept. 10, 1932: L.G. "Long Gone" Dupre, former Colts running back who starred on Baltimore's 1958 championship team. Dupre died in 2001.