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The Baltimore SunThe Baseball Writers' Association of America released its Hall of Fame ballot today, and now the next six weeks will be filled with debate on whether some of the biggest names -- and most controversial characters -- will get into Cooperstown's hallowed...
Tags: Barry Bonds, Jose Mesa, Roger Clemens, Sports, Jeff Bagwell
The Hartford CourantCurt Schilling was saying the other day on ESPN that he has seen thousands of players sign baseballs with their telephone number and toss them to pretty women in the stands. I believe him. I believe this, too. There's only one player who would do it in...
Computers, desks, chairs and other office equipment and items that belonged to the now-defunct Big Huge Games, a Timonium-based video game maker, will be auctioned Tuesday as part of the company's Chapter 7 bankruptcy and liquidation. Big Huge Games...
The Hartford CourantMany great ideas have sprung from our town since Adriaen Block arrived on the Connecticut River in 1614. Larry Lucchino's idea to bring Ben Cherington along to meet Bobby Valentine at the Hartford Club last Nov. 3 wasn't one of them. It was, let New...
In bringing back Indy cars to Pocono Raceway next summer after a 23-year absence, race officials are trying to turn back time to a more prominent era for open-wheel racing. And while they can't bring back the Unser brothers, A.J. Foyt, Johnny Rutherford,...
1987 -- Dan Goetz had three hits and Kevin Mentzer added two as the Aberdeen Smittys defeated Watertown 5-4 in the first round of the State A American Legion baseball tournament. 1992 -- Wally Steiner's two-out single in the sixth inning scored Roger...
Tags: Detroit Tigers, Jim Thome, Derrick Mason, Sports, Scott Baker
Back in May, one of the biggest video game companies in Maryland -- Big Huge Games of Timonium -- imploded, as its parent company in Rhode Island, 38 Studios, collapsed from a lack of money. Somewhere around 90-100 or so were laid off abruptly at Big...
The Baltimore SunThe trade deadline can be a dangerous temptress. At times, it can cause otherwise levelheaded organizations to do something crazy. Like trade away Jeff Bagwell for Larry Anderson. Or give up Grady Sizemore, Cliff Lee and Brandon Phillips for Bartolo...
News Roundup •••• Former major league pitcher Curt Schilling’s 38 Studios, which released “Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning” in February, is in financial hot water with the state of Rhode Island. Taking cash from the...
About 100 employees of Big Huge Games, a Timonium-based maker of video games, lost their jobs this week as the studio and its Rhode Island-based parent company abruptly shut down because of financial problems. The 12-year-old company was one of the...
Big Huge Games, a studio in Timonium that designed rich, immersive video games, has closed its office and only a skeleton crew of employees remained as its parent company in Rhode Island appears to have gone out of business, according to online reports. ...
May 7 1987 - Dennis Johnson and Fred Roberts each hit two free throws in the final 29 seconds to boost the Boston Celtics to a 126-124 victory over the Milwaukee Bucks in a National Basketball Association semifinal playoff series. The Celtics lead the...
Tags: Basketball, Boston Red Sox, Utah Jazz, Milwaukee Bucks, Sports
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