Bays to make radio debut tomorrowFor the first time in the...

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September 21, 1990

Bays to make radio debut tomorrow

For the first time in the three-year history of the franchise, the Maryland Bays will have one of their games broadcast on the radio.

WCBM (680 AM) will carry the Bays live tomorrow at 7:50 p.m. from Boston University's Nickerson Field, when the American Soccer League champions (19-5) take on the San Francisco Bay Blackhawks (Western Soccer League champs, 16-8) for the American Professional Soccer League title.

John Mangione will handle the play-by-play, and Baltimore Blast assistant coach Jim Pollihan will do the color commentary. The pre-game show will begin at 7:50, with the game to start at 8:05.

Olympics

Former Olympic track and field star Edwin Moses topped a list of a dozen athletes selected to compete on the U.S. Bobsled National Team for the 1990-91 season. Among the 12 selected was Greg Harrell of Laurel. The national team will depart for Calgary, Alberta, in mid-October for World Cup competition.

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