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The Baltimore SunThe Orioles may be able to keep Rick Peterson after all. The Boston Red Sox have chosen Juan Nieves, who had been the White Sox’s bullpen coach, to be their new pitching coach. Peterson, the Orioles' organization's director of pitching...
Tags: John Farrell, Sports, Baseball, Boston Red Sox
If Jimmy Patsos' stomach is roiling at the thought of nine other Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference coaches taking aim at him, the Loyola basketball coach wears his tension well. "I'm happy to be the hunted," says a grinning Patsos, sitting on stage at a...
Hello dear readers, Will we see you tonight (Friday) at the free concert in Tydings Park at 7:30 p.m? Bring chairs and picnics. There is no rain location for the Gloucester City String Band, a unique mixture of Mummers music and other selections. No...
When Calvert Hall’s Zach Rowe started thinking last spring about the independent senior project he would complete as a member of the McMullen Scholars Program, he came up with a way to incorporate two of his favorite things – baseball and...
The Baltimore SunPhil Mickelson pulled out of the Memorial Tournamenton Thursday after shooting a first-round 79. He didn’t make any excuses. He didn’t say that his well-documented psoriatic arthritisflared up or that he had tweaked the wrist that has given...
The Baltimore SunThe Orioles didn’t have to make any extra travel plans for their top minor-league award winners for the first time in 20-plus years. On Tuesday, as part of minor league appreciation night, the organization honored current Oriole right-hander...
Richard Agretto calls it "the diamond jewel of our community." Agretto, the former director of special education in the Bethlehem Area School District, was talking about the Miracle League of Northampton County, the new baseball facility that is set to...
A fixture on the mound and in the booth, Palmer to become a permanent part of Camden Yards on SaturdayFour years into his major league career, Jim Palmer had gone from being a 19-year-old phenom to a World Series hero who outpitched Sandy Koufax before his 21st birthday to a sore-armed 23-year old trying to figure out a suddenly clouded future. Sidelined...
Tags: Earl Weaver, Sandy Koufax, Arts, Eddie Murray, Autism
YORK — Richard Onesty was a Baltimore guy in his youth. He watched the Orioles often at Memorial Stadium, played against Cal Ripken in American Legion baseball, earned a finance degree at Towson, got his masters from the University of Baltimore...
The Baltimore SunCast members from 1993's "A Bronx Tale" will reunite with Chazz Palminteri at Chazz: A Bronx Original on Monday night for a special fundraising happy hour. "A Bronx Tale" was the movie adaptation of Palminteri's one-man stage show of the same name....
Fox 5 San Diego SportsSAN MARCOS, Calif. -- Ken Norton has dropped his handicap from a 28 to a three, lost about 40 pounds and no longer takes any medication for his heart - all because of a lot of golf. “Can you beat this?” Norton said looking out over Twin...
Tags: Culture, Sports, Ceremonies, Golf, Arts and Culture
When you think about baseball in the 1990s, names like Ken Griffey Jr. and Cal Ripken come to mind. Yet, there were so many classic, run of the mill, and mediocre ballplayers in that time as well. Here are some of the most average to grace professional...
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