Ex-Oriole Aubrey hits four HRs for Nationals' Triple-A team

Callaway and Holt win Maryland Half Marathon titles

May 16, 2011|By Sports Digest

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Ex-Oriole Aubrey hits four HRs for Nationals' Triple-A team

Michael Aubrey hit four home runs in four at-bats Saturday for the Triple-A Syracuse Chiefs, a Washington Nationals affiliate. The 29-year-old designated hitter hadn't homered in his first 21 games of the season. He had seven RBIs Saturday, boosting his season total to 10, and raised his batting average 51 points to .254. Aubrey, who signed with the Nationals as a minor league free agent in December, homered seven times in a six-game stretch last season with Triple-A Norfolk. As an Oriole on Oct. 2, 2009, he homered twice and drove in six runs against the Toronto Blue Jays.

Running: Adam Callaway, 29, of Baltimore won the Maryland Half Marathon in Maple Lawn with a time of 1 hour, 19 minutes, 8 seconds. John Urban, 32, of Prince Frederick was 36 seconds behind. Bridget Holt, 32, of Gambrills won the women's race in 1:29:03, followed by Robyn Humphrey, 46, of Ellicott City in 1:30:55.

College baseball: Host Navy won, 6-0, in the decisive Game 3 of the Patriot League semifinals against Bucknell. The top-seeded Midshipmen will host second-seeded Army in the best-of-three finals beginning next Monday.

College softball: Maryland will host one of 16 NCAA regionals. The Terps (39-17) will play East Carolina (39-20) at 7:30 p.m. Friday with Baylor (40-12) facing Lehigh (33-21) at 5 p.m. … Host Salisbury (36-6), ranked 10th in Division III, lost, 6-4, to Christopher Newport in the Division III regional final. Four of the Sea Gulls' losses this season were against the Captains.

Golf: Ray Sheedy IV birdied the last three holes to help him and Chris Baloga to a 5-under-par 66 and a 36-hole 130 for a successful title defense in the 22nd annual Two-Man Team championship of the Baltimore Municipal Golf Corporation at Mount Pleasant Golf Course. Michael Wah-Vance Welch placed second in the 77-team field with 66-66—132.

—From Sun staff and news services

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