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By David Selig and The Baltimore Sun | February 26, 2014
The Mid-Atlantic Sports Network  has done away with the combined broadcast booth for Orioles-Nationals games this season, opting for separate telecasts when the teams play their interleague series in July. Pete Kerzel, MASNsports.com's managing editor, wrote about the change on their website this afternoon . The teams play at Nationals Park on July 7-8 and at Camden Yards on July 9-10. For each game, the home team will have its telecast on MASN, with the visitors' broadcasters on MASN2, Kerzel wrote.
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By From Staff Reports | September 25, 1994
Adam Booth threw a 10-yard toss to Chris Worrall on the first play of overtime to give Southern (2-1) a 13-7 football victory over Wilde Lake (1-2) yesterday at Howard High.Booth took the snap and rolled right before lofting a pass that Worrall ran under in the end zone.Springbrook 16, Severna Pk. 13Running back Cliff Botchway scored on a 46-yard run, helping host Springbrook (3-0) past Severna Park (2-1). Jermond Davenport had a 10-yard interception return for a touchdown for Severna Park.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,Sun Staff Writer | February 16, 1994
COLLEGE PARK -- The category in Keith Booth's statistical line that often can be correlated to Maryland's success isn't his ,, points or rebounds, his assists or steals. It's the minutes he has played.Which means Booth's presence, or absence, will be important tonight when Maryland (13-7, 6-5) plays Wake Forest (16-7, 6-4) in an 8 p.m. Atlantic Coast Conference game at Cole Field House. Maybe more than any other player's, Booth's foul trouble has become a factor for the Terrapins.When Booth plays 30 minutes or more, which usually means the 6-foot-6 freshman forward has stayed out of foul trouble, the Terrapins are 7-2. When Booth plays 25 minutes or less, which means he is on the bench more than Gary Williams wants, Maryland is 2-4."
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By Paul McMullen | November 28, 1990
Two days ago, the third annual Beltway Classic looked to be as wide open as its predecessors, but Mount St. Mary's chances took a tumble when backcourt standout Kevin Booth suffered a serious knee injury in a 116-98 loss at Navy Monday.Seven minutes into the game, Booth hurt himself breaking free for an inbounds pass. It was originally feared that he had torn the anterior cruciate ligament in his left leg, but an examination near his West Chester, Pa., home yesterday found that was not the case.
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February 26, 1992
If No. 1 Dunbar is to defend its A Conference basketball championship in Sunday's Metro Classic at the Arena (7 p.m.), it must do so without standout junior forward Keith Booth.Booth retaliated for an errant elbow in yesterday's Maryland Scholastic Association semifinal against Southern and drew an ejection for tossing the ball at Southern's Kevin Simpson. That youthful mistake merits an automatic one-game suspension.Before his ejection, Booth had 12 points in yesterday's 69-54 victory, the 51st straight for the Poets (28-0)
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By David Zurawik and The Baltimore Sun | May 8, 2012
I have been putting off this post for a couple of weeks. It's about Mike Bordick's performance on MASN as an analyst on Orioles games. It started with a colleague, who is usually a keen observer of sports media, casually stopping me in the newsroom to say, "Z, you gotta write about Bordick. " As he said it, he shook his head side to side, winced and gestured with two thumbs down. So, I started watching and listening to the likable former Orioles shortstop. Instead of jumping into print with what I saw after a couple of games though, I also started asking other media types who watch a lot of Orioles baseball about their impressions of him. Representative of what I mainly heard was this: "Geez, Z, you're not going to rip Bordick, are you?
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By David Zurawik and The Baltimore Sun | October 11, 2012
Epic is probably too strong a word, but Wednesday night's Orioles-Yankees battle was another great playoff game. And once again, TBS delivered a telecast worthy of it in almost every way. Just as the images from Monday's victory for the O's at Camden Yards viscerally connected viewers to the joy in downtown Baltimore, Wednesday's made you feel the pain in the Bronx deep in your gut. Those images of the Yankees fans dancing and high-fiving late in...
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By Elaine Tassy and Elaine Tassy,SUN STAFF | December 16, 1995
A Harford County man was convicted yesterday of fatally stabbing and robbing a Middle River minister last Christmas Eve in a dispute over their use of crack cocaine.A Baltimore County Circuit Court jury of six men and six women took about an hour and a half to find James Thomas Wood, 25, of Abingdon guilty of first-degree premeditated murder and robbery with a deadly weapon. He faces a maximum term of life without parole plus 20 years in prison when Judge Christian M. Kahl sentences him Feb. 16.Last Dec. 23, Wood and the Rev. Samuel N. Booth Jr., 55 -- who lived alone in a trailer behind Christian Faith Tabernacle Church on Middle River Road -- consumed more than two dozen bags of crack cocaine and spent the night in a motel together, according to testimony.
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February 26, 1993
It is the most important score of Dunbar forward Keith Booth's high school career. This week he learned he exceeded the minimum 700 on the Scholastic Aptitude Test, making him eligible to play as a college freshman next season. Booth, who has narrowed his choices for college to Maryland, Kentucky, Duke and Towson State, scored 740 on his third attempt. Also this week, Booth was named to the second team of Parade's All-America basketball team. He is averaging 20.9 points, 9.8 rebounds and 5.9 assists.
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