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By RAY FRAGER | November 12, 2008
Bruce Cunningham was quite polite about it, but I was glad to hear his response to one of many callers on local sports talk yesterday sounding the theme about how the Ravens just aren't getting their due despite their record. Cunningham pointed out how, when he has traveled to other NFL cities, he has heard fans in those towns say much the same thing about their teams. ( For more, go to baltimoresun.com/mediumwell)
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By Matt Vensel | February 28, 2011
Baltimore sports talk station 105.7 The Fan unveiled a reshuffled weekday programming lineup Monday, and the biggest change was the absence of Bruce Cunningham. Cunningham, who had been with the station since its debut in 2008, resigned and has been replaced in the early afternoon slot by Bob Haynie. In an email to The Baltimore Sun , Cunningham said that it was his decision to walk away from his weekday show. "I resigned, pure and simple. I had worked 70 hour weeks for the last two and a half years, and simply wanted my life back," said Cunningham, who is also the weekday sports anchor for FOX45.
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By Milton Kent and Milton Kent,Evening Sun Staff | May 31, 1991
Bruce Cunningham and Max Morgan present themselves as ready for the challenge of proving to Baltimore that there really is room for two more television sportscasters in this six-sportscaster town.Cunningham and Morgan are the sports guys at WBFF-TV 45's hour-long News at Ten, which debuts Monday night, and they'll have their hands full in a city where there are friends you can turn to who'll see you through and be on your side."This is a tremendous challenge, but it's one that Bruce and I are looking forward to," said Morgan, who will anchor sports Sunday through Thursday nights.
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By RAY FRAGER | November 12, 2008
Bruce Cunningham was quite polite about it, but I was glad to hear his response to one of many callers on local sports talk yesterday sounding the theme about how the Ravens just aren't getting their due despite their record. Cunningham pointed out how, when he has traveled to other NFL cities, he has heard fans in those towns say much the same thing about their teams. ( For more, go to baltimoresun.com/mediumwell)
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By RAY FRAGER | November 5, 2008
So how quickly and quietly did the new 105.7 The Fan come together? One of its new hosts, Bruce Cunningham, said he wasn't even aware he was going to be on FM until the format launched yesterday. "I didn't know until [Monday] morning it was 105.7," Cunningham said. "I thought it was 1300." Cunningham, Channel 45's longtime sports anchor, said not to expect many voices on his show (1-3 p.m.) except his and yours. "I'm not somebody who gets extended guests. I'd rather just open up the phones for the most part.
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By Milton Kent and Milton Kent,SUN STAFF Sun staff writer Kevin Langbaum contributed to this article | July 27, 1996
The Ravens and their radio carrier, Infinity, yesterday named Scott Garceau and Bruce Cunningham to call the team's games on WJFK (1300 AM) and WLIF (101.9 FM), beginning with next Saturday's first preseason contest.Garceau, sports director at Channel 2, will be the play-by-play announcer and Cunningham, who has the same duties at Channel 45, will act as color analyst."I'm excited about it. I love football and I'm glad to be a part of its coming back to Baltimore," said Garceau, 44, an announcer with Channel 2 since 1980.
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By KEVIN VAN VALKENBURG | November 7, 2008
I've recently come to understand that sports talk radio is like a bad drug for me. I know it leaves me feeling empty and angry most of the time, but it's addictive. And try as I might, I can't shake the habit. I keep chasing that artificial high. Unlike Mr. Flip, I do think changing the format for 105.7 FM to sports talk can work. We might be reaching the point of oversaturation, but if McDonald's, iTunes, eBay and Amazon have taught us anything, it's that the public appreciates having more choices, not fewer.
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By Fred Rasmussen and Fred Rasmussen,Staff Writer | October 13, 1993
Mildred M. Cunningham, a homemaker who celebrated her 50th wedding anniversary last week, died at her home in the Mays Chapel section of Baltimore County on Tuesday of complications from a brain tumor.The 72-year-old East Baltimore native grew up near Patterson Park and received her early education at St. Elizabeth's School.After graduating from Eastern High School in 1939, she went to work as a secretary at the Commercial Credit Corp. From 1941 to 1942, she worked in the office of the president and managing director of the now-defunct O'Neill & Co. department store at Charles and Lexington streets.
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By Matt Vensel | February 28, 2011
Baltimore sports talk station 105.7 The Fan unveiled a reshuffled weekday programming lineup Monday, and the biggest change was the absence of Bruce Cunningham. Cunningham, who had been with the station since its debut in 2008, resigned and has been replaced in the early afternoon slot by Bob Haynie. In an email to The Baltimore Sun , Cunningham said that it was his decision to walk away from his weekday show. "I resigned, pure and simple. I had worked 70 hour weeks for the last two and a half years, and simply wanted my life back," said Cunningham, who is also the weekday sports anchor for FOX45.
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By Matt Vensel | March 1, 2011
I'm surprised at the amount of feedback I got from yesterday's post about Bruce Cunningham leaving his weekday radio show on 105.7 The Fan. I know many Baltimore sports fans are passionate about their talk radio, but wow. To sum up the comments, there were mixed feelings about Cunningham, people love his replacement, Bob Haynie, and a bunch of you don't care for Damon "the Bulldog" Yaffe. Oh, and one guy misses Anita Marks. Anyway, this whole debate got me thinking about national sports media personalities -- Chris Berman is the worst -- and I'm wondering how you guys feel about the big boys in my profession.
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By KEVIN VAN VALKENBURG | November 7, 2008
I've recently come to understand that sports talk radio is like a bad drug for me. I know it leaves me feeling empty and angry most of the time, but it's addictive. And try as I might, I can't shake the habit. I keep chasing that artificial high. Unlike Mr. Flip, I do think changing the format for 105.7 FM to sports talk can work. We might be reaching the point of oversaturation, but if McDonald's, iTunes, eBay and Amazon have taught us anything, it's that the public appreciates having more choices, not fewer.
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By RAY FRAGER | November 5, 2008
So how quickly and quietly did the new 105.7 The Fan come together? One of its new hosts, Bruce Cunningham, said he wasn't even aware he was going to be on FM until the format launched yesterday. "I didn't know until [Monday] morning it was 105.7," Cunningham said. "I thought it was 1300." Cunningham, Channel 45's longtime sports anchor, said not to expect many voices on his show (1-3 p.m.) except his and yours. "I'm not somebody who gets extended guests. I'd rather just open up the phones for the most part.
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By Milton Kent and Milton Kent,SUN STAFF Sun staff writer Kevin Langbaum contributed to this article | July 27, 1996
The Ravens and their radio carrier, Infinity, yesterday named Scott Garceau and Bruce Cunningham to call the team's games on WJFK (1300 AM) and WLIF (101.9 FM), beginning with next Saturday's first preseason contest.Garceau, sports director at Channel 2, will be the play-by-play announcer and Cunningham, who has the same duties at Channel 45, will act as color analyst."I'm excited about it. I love football and I'm glad to be a part of its coming back to Baltimore," said Garceau, 44, an announcer with Channel 2 since 1980.
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By Fred Rasmussen and Fred Rasmussen,Staff Writer | October 13, 1993
Mildred M. Cunningham, a homemaker who celebrated her 50th wedding anniversary last week, died at her home in the Mays Chapel section of Baltimore County on Tuesday of complications from a brain tumor.The 72-year-old East Baltimore native grew up near Patterson Park and received her early education at St. Elizabeth's School.After graduating from Eastern High School in 1939, she went to work as a secretary at the Commercial Credit Corp. From 1941 to 1942, she worked in the office of the president and managing director of the now-defunct O'Neill & Co. department store at Charles and Lexington streets.
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By Milton Kent and Milton Kent,Evening Sun Staff | May 31, 1991
Bruce Cunningham and Max Morgan present themselves as ready for the challenge of proving to Baltimore that there really is room for two more television sportscasters in this six-sportscaster town.Cunningham and Morgan are the sports guys at WBFF-TV 45's hour-long News at Ten, which debuts Monday night, and they'll have their hands full in a city where there are friends you can turn to who'll see you through and be on your side."This is a tremendous challenge, but it's one that Bruce and I are looking forward to," said Morgan, who will anchor sports Sunday through Thursday nights.
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January 27, 1996
The Orioles 1996 Winter Carnival will be held between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. today at Camden Yards. Tickets are $5 for adults and $3 for children 12 and under, and are available at the Orioles box office. For information, call (410) 685-9800.There will be clubhouse tours, batting cages and speed pitching machines, a play-by-play booth, trivia contests and baseball card dealers. Available for autographs at various times will be Bobby Bonilla, Roger McDowell, Chris Hoiles, Rick Krivda, Bill Ripken, Jimmy Haynes, Mike Flanagan, Tippy Martinez, Ken Singleton and Elrod Hendricks.
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January 20, 1996
New manager Davey Johnson and general manager Pat Gillick will be joined by more than a dozen current and former Orioles at the team's 1996 Winter Carnival, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. next Saturday at Camden Yards.Tickets are $5 for adults and $3 for children 12 and under, and are available through TicketMaster, or at the Orioles ticket office in advance or the day of the carnival. Proceeds benefit the Orioles Charitable Foundation. For more information, call (410) 685-9800.Throughout the day, there will be clubhouse tours, batting cages and speed pitching machines, play-by-play booth, trivia contests, baseball card dealers and family entertainment.
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