November 29, 2012
The Orioles' spring training begins with pitchers and catchers reporting to Sarasota, Fla. on Feb. 12, position players arriving by Feb. 15 and the first game at Ed Smith Stadium against the Minnesota Twins on Sat. Feb. 23. It's all a little earlier this year due to the World Baseball Classic. The club's spring training schedule, which was released this morning, features 34 games. The Orioles will play 18 home dates against eight teams -- three against the Pittsburgh Pirates and Boston Red Sox, two against the Twins, New York Yankees, Philadelphia Phillies, Tampa Bay Rays and Toronto Blue Jays and one against the New York Mets on March 30, which will conclude the Orioles' official Grapefruit League schedule.
May 29, 2009
D OROTHY L. HORNER, 65 of Bardenton, FL., passed away November 20, 2008 in Bardenton, FL. She was born March 11, 1943 in Baltimore, MD., and relocated to Bardenton, FL, in 1993. She enjoyed travelling, camping, fishing and crabbing. Survivors include her husband of 27 years, Robert L. Horner of Bradenton, FL.; one son, Robert McAndrew of Crossroad, PA.; one daughter, Diane McAndrew of Baltimore, MD.; a brother, William Rode of Chase, MD., and four grandchildren. A graveside inurnment service will be held on Saturday, 11 A.M at Holly Hill Memorial Gardens with a luncheon to immediately follow at the Gunpowder Post VFW.
January 14, 2009
On December 12, 2008, JOYCE E. HYDE of Bradenton, FL.; beloved wife of the late Richard L. Hyde, Jr.; devoted mother of Richard L. Hyde, III.; Karen McKenna, Kathy Armstrong and Paul Hyde. Friends and family will honor Joyce's life on Wednesday, January 28, 2009 at the Harvest Methodist Church, 14305 Covenant Way, Bradenton, FL, 34202, where a me
April 1, 2008
John Palmer Frankenfield, a retired WBAL-TV executive and former Severna Park resident, died March 25 of pulmonary artery disease at Lakewood Ranch Hospital in Bradenton, Fla. He was 82. Mr. Frankenfield was born and raised in Towson and was a 1943 graduate of Towson High School. He was 17 when he enlisted in the Army during World War II. He was awarded the Purple Heart after being seriously wounded by shrapnel during the Okinawa campaign. After graduating from the University of Baltimore in 1949, where he earned a degree in advertising, he went to work for WBAL-TV in the prop department.
May 16, 2006
SHIRLEY BAUS DILLY, 81, of Bradenton, FL, died May 9, 2006. Born July 16, 1924 in Baltimore, MD, she moved to Bradenton in 1979 from Moorestown, NJ. She was a member of El Conquistador Country Club in Bradenton; Junior League; Ocean City Yacht Club; and Moorestown Field Club. Survived by husband Robert, daughter Stephanie D. Sabol of New Hope, PA; two grandchildren; longtime friend and caregiver, Judi Owens of Bradenton. Memorial service is 11 a.m. Saturday, May 20 at Hope Lutheran Church, 4635 26th St. W., Bradenton.
March 2, 2006
BEE L. (BIGGS) TURNER, 39, Sarasota, died Feb. 20, 2006. She was born Feb. 26, 1916 in Baltimore, MD. She was a secretary at Johns Hopkins University before moving to Winter Park, Florida with her late husband, Tom Turner. They moved to Bradenton in 1972. The were avid sailors, and belonged to the Bradenton Yacht Club for many years. Bee was a patron of the arts, especially theater and music. She happily volunteered her talents as a makeup artist at the Island Players for thirty years, and was a member of the Off Stage Ladies.