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Sun StaffThey watched the Super Bowl flanked by family, friends and Fritos. Many former Baltimore Colts, some with championship rings themselves, celebrated quietly. But others, such as Jim Parker, said the Ravens' victory over the New York Giants made him feel...
Special to Baltimoresun.comNot quite downtown and not quite uptown, Waverly nevertheless represents the heart of Baltimore City's geography with the style of a once-famous uncle at a family dinner. While it may not be the magnet of attention it was in decades past, the neighborhood...
Sun StaffThe first words I remember are "Get the baby out from in front of the TV." I was 3 years old when the Baltimore Colts beat the New York Giants in the 1958 NFL championship game, so it's a safe bet that my father wanted an unobstructed view of the man...
Sun StaffDino Spanomanolis smoked cigarettes and sipped his coffee yesterday morning at Club 4100, the restaurant in Brooklyn Park he and his brother Manny own, waiting for the tribute to the man who often sat on the stool he now occupied - John Unitas. When it...
Tags: Travel, Death, Heart Attack, Transportation, Family
Sun ColumnistThey were almost identical teams, with the same coaches and similar rosters, that had combined for what is referred to as "The Greatest Game Ever Played" the NFL's first overtime championship, which put pro football on a glittering run to record...
Tags: Death, Society, New York Giants, Heart Attack, Weather
Sun StaffJohn Steadman, who chronicled the Maryland sports scene in his newspaper columns, books and commentaries in a career that spanned seven decades, died of cancer Monday at a Towson hospice. He was 73. A one-time minor-league baseball player, Steadman...
Excerpts from columns about John Unitas from around the country: - Bernie Miklasz, St. Louis Post-Dispatch: I can close my eyes and still see him, wearing those black high-top shoes, walking slowly to the line of scrimmage, biding his time so he could...
Tags: Death, New York Giants, Johnny Unitas, John Lennon, John Mackey
Sun StaffFlanking Leon's Triple L Restaurant, the Arbutus landmark known as a place to find generous bowls of crab soup and political wisdom, is a bargain market and antiques emporium where a visitor can pick up a pair of used camouflage pants or a nice reflecting...
Sun StaffAwe-struck schoolboy Dick Jerardi Jerardi has worked a thousand locker rooms and big events as a sports reporter for the Philadelphia Daily News. Four decades ago, when he was in the seventh or eighth grade at Cathedral School, he still placed his...
Sun StaffChuck Thompson, whose familiar radio voice painted the picture of Baltimore sports for more than half a century, died yesterday morning after suffering a stroke Saturday. He was 83. Mr. Thompson, known for his catch phrases "Ain't the beer cold!" and "Go...
Sun StaffWho's next, John Unitas? The Ravens have run out of quarterbacks and offensive options, and yesterday they ran out of time in a 13-10 loss to the Buffalo Bills before 68,673 at PSINet Stadium. The script has become familiar. The defense plays well...
Sun StaffThey watched the Ravens' football playoffs together, muffling their whoops in the hush of a hospital. Les Moore lay propped in bed in the critical care wing, more mindful of the TV than the IV in his arm. Beside him sat his father, Lenny, the Colts'...
Tags: Crimes, Death, Joe Perry, New York Giants, Multi-Sport Events
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