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By Ann LoLordo and Ann LoLordo,SUN STAFF | October 6, 1996
"Paper Fish," by Tina DeRosa. The Feminist Press. 157 pages. $9.95.Tina DeRosa grew up with music. Her father, a Chicago police officer, played opera and classical music. Her grandmother sang in the kitchen, in the bedroom, in the parlor. "Paper Fish," DeRosa's first book, is the author's song.The novel's lyricism transforms the gritty Chicago streets of the 1940s and 1950s into a landscape of magical realism. The novel's strong poetic voice colors a world that often appears grim and dreary.
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By Phil Rogers | June 6, 2010
It is looking more and more like Mark DeRosa will need a second wrist surgery, which probably would end his season. He's in the first year of a two-year, $12 million deal with the Giants, who remain a hitter or two short. … Mike Lowell (above) remains a possibility for the Rangers. Rookie first baseman Justin Smoak, a switch hitter, has been terrible against left-handers, and Lowell's playing time has been limited by David Ortiz in Boston. … The Brewers might have to release Trevor Hoffman, although they continue to try to find him a role in the bullpen.
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BUSINESS
By Meredith Cohn and Meredith Cohn,SUN STAFF | April 20, 2003
It was 1996 when the Rouse Co. looked westward and embarked on an ambitious expansion. The company that had created the community of Columbia and pieced together one of the largest and best-performing mall portfolios in the nation was eyeing the Nevada real estate amassed by the late billionaire Howard Hughes. The vast holdings stretched from The Strip in Las Vegas to the growing desert suburbs. To help cement the complicated $520 million deal that would bring Rouse one of its ritziest malls, Fashion Show, and the tony planned community of Summerlin, the company turned to Deutsche Bank AG. It sent a young investment banker named Thomas J. DeRosa, who would participate in sensitive negotiations with Hughes' heirs, help craft a plan to pay them and persuade European investors to join in. Anthony W. Deering, Rouse's chief executive, was impressed.
SPORTS
By Jeff Zrebiec | August 27, 2009
It has been a disappointing season for Cleveland, which never was in the race and opted to trade many of its veterans for young talent. Reigning American League Cy Young Award winner Cliff Lee and All-Star catcher Victor Martinez were the Indians' most significant trades, but the team also jettisoned Mark DeRosa, Ben Francisco, Carl Pavano, Rafael Betancourt and Ryan Garko in deals. Still, the Indians have played much better recently and enter tonight's series opener with 20 wins in their past 34 games and eight series victories over the past 11. Slick-fielding shortstop Asdrubal Cabrera is hitting .315, including a .338 average since the All-Star break.
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By Meredith Cohn and Meredith Cohn,SUN STAFF | August 21, 2002
Jeffrey H. Donahue, a 30-year veteran and a top-tier manager of the Rouse Co., will retire at the end of the month and hand over a rare opening in the hierarchy of the Columbia-based company to an outsider. Thomas J. DeRosa, a Deutsche Bank AG executive and former Baltimore resident with ties to Rouse, will take over as chief financial officer and also become vice chairman - positions that could make the 44-year-old a potential candidate for the chief executive position. No clear successor to Anthony W. Deering, chairman and chief executive officer, has emerged.
SPORTS
By CHILDS WALKER and CHILDS WALKER,SUN REPORTER | May 4, 2006
Arlington, Texas -- Perhaps it was an omen when the Orioles' first loss of the season came on a three-hitter against a left-hander starter. Entering last night's game, the club was batting 94 points lower against left-handers than against right-handers. And that was before Texas Rangers rookie John Koronka became the latest left-hander to bedevil the Orioles. Koronka and four relievers combined to hold the Orioles to one run over 12 innings. And second baseman Mark DeRosa homered off Orioles reliever John Halama to give the Rangers a 2-1 win before a crowd of 23,783 at Ameriquest Field.
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By David Lennon and David Lennon,NEWSDAY | October 2, 2003
ATLANTA - In the aftermath of Tuesday's surprising Game 1 loss to the Chicago Cubs in the National League Division Series, it was inevitable the Atlanta Braves would face questions about their postseason ineptitude when they showed up for work yesterday. Atlanta came up short in two of its last three trips to the Division Series, including last season to the San Francisco Giants, so was another collapse on deck? "It won't matter what we do this year," closer John Smoltz said. "The debate is going to be continuously thrown out there.
SPORTS
By Peter Schmuck | January 1, 2009
The Chicago Cubs traded second baseman Mark DeRosa to the Cleveland Indians yesterday. Some of you are asking if this means that the on-again, off-again trade talks involving Brian Roberts and the Cubs might be on again. ( For more, go to baltimoresun.com/schmuckblog)
SPORTS
By CHILDS WALKER | August 17, 2006
UP Greg Maddux, pitcher, Dodgers -- Maddux has held opponents to two earned runs in 20 innings since being traded. Joe Saunders, pitcher, Angels -- The surprising rookie is 4-0 with a 1.67 ERA since his July call-up. Mark DeRosa, outfielder, Rangers -- DeRosa has continued a surprising season, going 13-for-29 with four homers and 15 RBIs since Aug. 8. DOWN Scott Olsen, pitcher, Marlins -- Olsen had become a popular waiver pickup but has allowed 13 earned runs in his past 17 1/3 innings.
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By Jeff Zrebiec | August 27, 2009
It has been a disappointing season for Cleveland, which never was in the race and opted to trade many of its veterans for young talent. Reigning American League Cy Young Award winner Cliff Lee and All-Star catcher Victor Martinez were the Indians' most significant trades, but the team also jettisoned Mark DeRosa, Ben Francisco, Carl Pavano, Rafael Betancourt and Ryan Garko in deals. Still, the Indians have played much better recently and enter tonight's series opener with 20 wins in their past 34 games and eight series victories over the past 11. Slick-fielding shortstop Asdrubal Cabrera is hitting .315, including a .338 average since the All-Star break.
SPORTS
By Peter Schmuck | January 1, 2009
The Chicago Cubs traded second baseman Mark DeRosa to the Cleveland Indians yesterday. Some of you are asking if this means that the on-again, off-again trade talks involving Brian Roberts and the Cubs might be on again. ( For more, go to baltimoresun.com/schmuckblog)
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By CHILDS WALKER | August 17, 2006
UP Greg Maddux, pitcher, Dodgers -- Maddux has held opponents to two earned runs in 20 innings since being traded. Joe Saunders, pitcher, Angels -- The surprising rookie is 4-0 with a 1.67 ERA since his July call-up. Mark DeRosa, outfielder, Rangers -- DeRosa has continued a surprising season, going 13-for-29 with four homers and 15 RBIs since Aug. 8. DOWN Scott Olsen, pitcher, Marlins -- Olsen had become a popular waiver pickup but has allowed 13 earned runs in his past 17 1/3 innings.
NEWS
July 4, 2006
On July 1, 2006, NINA N. De ROSA (nee Chumley); beloved wife of the late Albert P. De Rosa; devoted mother of Theresa L. Leilich and her husband Roger, Carlos P. De Rosa and his wife Patricia, Michael L. De Rosa and the late Russell J. De Rosa; dear sister of Jean Kelly, June Snow, Nadine Beatty and Joan Blackwell; loving grandmother of Justin, Carman and Carly De Rosa. Friends may call at the family owned Leonard J. Ruck, Inc. Funeral Home, 5305 Harford Road (at Echodale), on Monday 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. and Tuesday 3 to 5 P.M. A Funeral Service will be held at Loch Raven Presbyterian Church, 9318 Old Harford Road, on Wednesday 10 A.M. Interment Holy Redeemer Cemetery.
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By CHILDS WALKER and CHILDS WALKER,SUN REPORTER | May 4, 2006
ARLINGTON, TEXAS -- Perhaps it was an omen when the Orioles' first loss of the season came on a three-hitter at the hands of a lefty starter. Entering last night's game, the club was batting 94 points lower against left-handers than against right-handers. And that was before Texas Rangers rookie John Koronka became the latest left-hander to bedevil the Orioles. Orioles @Rangers Tonight, 8:05, Comcast SportsNet, 1090 AM Starters: Orioles' Bruce Chen (0-3, 7.27) vs. Rangers' Kevin Millwood (2-2, 3.89)
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By CHILDS WALKER and CHILDS WALKER,SUN REPORTER | May 4, 2006
Arlington, Texas -- Perhaps it was an omen when the Orioles' first loss of the season came on a three-hitter against a left-hander starter. Entering last night's game, the club was batting 94 points lower against left-handers than against right-handers. And that was before Texas Rangers rookie John Koronka became the latest left-hander to bedevil the Orioles. Koronka and four relievers combined to hold the Orioles to one run over 12 innings. And second baseman Mark DeRosa homered off Orioles reliever John Halama to give the Rangers a 2-1 win before a crowd of 23,783 at Ameriquest Field.
SPORTS
By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF | June 28, 2004
The indelible image from Camden Yards yesterday should have been pitcher Matt Riley's slow walk from the mound in the seventh inning, his team ahead by six runs, the crowd on its feet for a prolonged ovation, a dugout full of coaches and teammates waiting to congratulate him. That's how the Orioles wanted to remember the game as they boarded a flight to Kansas City. Not the slow meltdown in the eighth. Not the scratch hits and defensive lapses. Not an angry manager, a near-silent clubhouse, another lost series.
BUSINESS
By Chicago Tribune | July 27, 1992
CHICAGO -- "Good morning. What can I do for you?"It's 11 a.m. and Dennis DeRosa approaches a man scrutinizing a dryer. Mr. DeRosa is already 90 minutes into his selling day amid the washers and dryers, freezers, refrigerators, ranges and microwaves in Sears, Roebuck and Co.'s Oak Brook store in Illinois.Mr. DeRosa is a 22-year veteran of Sears. He sells appliances in Sears' Brand Central department at the sprawling Oakbrook Center. And he sells on commission, which means how much money he makes depends on what customers buy.Mr.
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By Michael James and Michael James,Sun Staff Writer | December 15, 1994
A 67-year-old woman was killed and two other motorists were injured yesterday in a five-vehicle accident on Dorsey Road in Hanover that began when a car swerved to avoid an aluminum ladder in the road, county police said.Jessie J. Seibert of the 7100 block of Forest Ave. in Hanover, was pronounced dead at the scene of the 11:15 a.m. accident, police said.Ms. Seibert was driving west on Dorsey Road near Ridge Road in a 1986 Oldsmobile Calais when she hit the brakes to avoid hitting the ladder, which had fallen off another vehicle, police said.
SPORTS
By David Lennon and David Lennon,NEWSDAY | October 2, 2003
ATLANTA - In the aftermath of Tuesday's surprising Game 1 loss to the Chicago Cubs in the National League Division Series, it was inevitable the Atlanta Braves would face questions about their postseason ineptitude when they showed up for work yesterday. Atlanta came up short in two of its last three trips to the Division Series, including last season to the San Francisco Giants, so was another collapse on deck? "It won't matter what we do this year," closer John Smoltz said. "The debate is going to be continuously thrown out there.
BUSINESS
By TaNoah Morgan and TaNoah Morgan,SUN STAFF | May 9, 2003
With a slimmed-down portfolio centered around upscale retail malls and development, the Rouse Co. is hoping to improve its image on Wall Street and business flexibility by raising its credit rating - an effort led by the company's new executive vice president, chief financial officer and heir apparent, Thomas J. DeRosa. At the company's annual stockholders meeting yesterday in Columbia, DeRosa spoke to an audience of more than 600 after chief executive Anthony W. Deering reviewed the company's performance of the past year and shared the company's outlook for 2003.
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