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August 2, 2006
On July 31, 2006, WILLIAM "Jerry" DIBBLE of Annapolis, MD, beloved husband of the late Dr. Gisela V. Dibble, loving father of Terrence Robert Dibble and the late Ilka Dibble, devoted grandfather of two. Family and friends are invited to BARRANCO & SONS, P.A., SEVERNA PARK FUNERAL HOME, Ritchie Highway at Robinson Road on Thursday 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 P.M. Services will be held at the funeral home Friday 10 A.M. Interment Maryland Veteran Cemetery, Crownsville....
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By Sports Digest | August 26, 2010
Nationals Dibble takes time off, had criticized Strasburg Washington Nationals announcer Rob Dibble will take time off two days after making comments critical of rookie pitcher Stephen Strasburg . MASN spokesman Todd Webster said Dibble would not work Wednesday night's game and is "taking a few days off. " Webster said Dibble requested the time off but did not say whether the absence was related to the comments about...
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SPORTS
March 24, 1991
Reliever Rob Dibble got a swollen finger on his pitching hand yesterday by trying to knock down a hard grounder in a game against the Philadelphia Phillies.Dibble reached for a ninth-inning grounder by John Kruk and wound up with an injury that forced him from the game. The Phillies beat the Cincinnati Reds, 10-8.Dibble said he bruised a fingertip on his middle finger. Dibble said it wasn't serious, and the Reds' medical staff had to take his word for it -- he wouldn't let trainers examine it."
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By Candus Thomson and Candus Thomson,candy.thomson@baltsun.com | May 22, 2009
The Toy Department recently talked with Rob Dibble, who's in his first season as MASN's color commentator on Washington Nationals telecasts. Dibble, who was the Most Valuable Player of the 1990 National League Championship Series during the Cincinnati Reds' World Series-winning season, discusses his new broadcasting role, what needs to happen to ignite a true Orioles-Nationals rivalry and more. QUESTION: : For viewers who have watched you for years on any number of sports shows, the Rob Dibble on MASN Nationals' telecasts seems - dare I say it - more mature.
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By Bob Rubin and Bob Rubin,Knight-Ridder | July 25, 1991
He has hit batters. He has hit a fan. Tuesday night in Chicago, talented but troubled Cincinnati Reds reliever Rob Dibble branched out. This time, he nailed a baserunner.Dibble loses control of his emotions when he fails on the mound. Like a 2-year-old who doesn't get his way, he has a tantrum, lashing out blindly, wildly.Dangerously. Dibble, 27, is 6 feet 4 and 230 pounds, with a fastball that has been clocked at 101 mph. When he throws a baseball at somebody in rage, he's a serious threat to life and limb.
SPORTS
By Jim Henneman | July 10, 1991
TORONTO -- It's hard to believe, but Cal Ripken did have one disappointment in the All-Star Game last night. When Cincinnati righthander Rob Dibble, reputedly the hardest thrower in the game, came in with two on and nobody out in the seventh inning, Ripken was the scheduled hitter.But manager Tony La Russa decided to use all lefthanded hitters against Dibble, and sent switch-hitting Ozzie Guillen up to pinch-hit for Ripken."It would have been a challenge," Ripken said, when asked if he looked forward to facing Dibble.
SPORTS
March 25, 1992
Cincinnati Reds reliever Rob Dibble will miss the rest of spring training with tendinitis in his right shoulder, and it's uncertain when he'll be able to pitch again.A magnetic resonance imaging exam yesterday found no serious injury to Dibble's shoulder, which has given him problems this spring. The right-hander will be on a strengthening program for the next 10 days to two weeks, the Reds announced.Dibble, 28, hopes to avoid opening the season on the disabled list."I'm not going to be out the whole year," Dibble said.
SPORTS
October 22, 1990
OAKLAND, Calif. -- Dave Stewart turned angry when comments attributed to Reds reliever Rob Dibble were relayed to the Oakland clubhouse after Cincinnati's victory in Game 4 on Saturday night.Dibble criticized the Oakland ace for throwing at Billy Hatcher in the first inning. Hatcher suffered a bruised left hand and had to leave the game. Dibble's complaint was that Stewart was messing with Hatcher's career and should not have thrown at the center fielder."What does he know about baseball?"
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By ASSSOCIATED PRESS | April 13, 1991
CINCINNATI (AP) -- Add another ugly chapter to the "Nasty Boys" lore, one involving -- who else? -- quick-tempered Rob Dibble.Dibble's 95 mph fastball behind Eric Yelding's back Thursday night touched off a bench-clearing brawl between the Cincinnati Reds and Houston Astros, and brought threats of further hostilities between teams that spent 1990 rumbling."
SPORTS
March 23, 1992
Rob Dibble, the Cincinnati Reds reliever who finished second in the National League with 31 saves last season, will undergo tests today that could disclose a seriously damaged right shoulder.Sources said that during an examination by Dr. Frank Jobe at Vero Beach, Fla., yesterday, Dibble's shoulder joint was determined to have the same "looseness" felt by Orel Hershiser before he underwent reconstructive surgery in 1990.Jobe, who would not disclose details of the exam, sent Dibble back to training camp and ordered him to undergo a Magnetic Resonance Imaging test.
NEWS
August 2, 2006
On July 31, 2006, WILLIAM "Jerry" DIBBLE of Annapolis, MD, beloved husband of the late Dr. Gisela V. Dibble, loving father of Terrence Robert Dibble and the late Ilka Dibble, devoted grandfather of two. Family and friends are invited to BARRANCO & SONS, P.A., SEVERNA PARK FUNERAL HOME, Ritchie Highway at Robinson Road on Thursday 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 P.M. Services will be held at the funeral home Friday 10 A.M. Interment Maryland Veteran Cemetery, Crownsville....
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July 22, 2002
Walter C. McCrone Jr., 86, whose analysis found the Shroud of Turin was created 13 centuries after Jesus Christ was buried, died July 10 in Chicago. His career spanned more than 60 years and featured analyzing crime scene evidence and debunking the authenticity of supposedly priceless works of art. He helped debunk the theory that Napoleon Bonaparte died of arsenic poisoning by examining a lock of his hair. He also concluded Ludwig van Beethoven died of lead poisoning. In 1978, Mr. McCrone joined a team of scientists that analyzed the Shroud of Turin, a cloth believed by many to be the death shroud of Christ.
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By Buster Olney and Buster Olney,Sun Staff Writer | April 25, 1995
PHILADELPHIA -- Opening Day can't come soon enough for left fielder Brady Anderson, who had a single, double and home run in three at-bats as the Orioles completed their exhibition season last night with a 5-2 victory over the Philadelphia Phillies.In his first at-bat, Anderson smashed a long double off the left-field fence. Two innings later, Anderson lined a single to right, and then, in the fifth, he hit a 370-foot homer that easily cleared the right-field wall, his third homer of the spring.
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By David Folkenflik and David Folkenflik,Sun Staff Writer | January 28, 1995
State lawyers have called for the dismissal of a $1 million federal lawsuit against the University of Maryland Baltimore County, saying allegations of civil rights violations are contradicted by the plaintiff's own words.In papers filed earlier this week in U.S. District Court in Baltimore, Maryland Attorney General J. Joseph Curran Jr. argued that the complaint of former UMBC instructor Gisela V. Dibble, even if true, does not show that her constitutional or civil rights were violated.Dr.
SPORTS
April 29, 1991
Orel Hershiser threw 60 pitches in a four-inning simulated game at Dodger Stadium yesterday and continued to make progress from last year's shoulder surgery.He won't throw again for another four or five days, which would probably put his next simulated game in Philadelphia on the Dodgers' next road trip. When they get there, they will decide whether Hershiser will skip the simulated game and go to Vero Beach, Fla., for a minor-league assignment.* REDS: Reliever Rob Dibble threw a baseball into the seats at Riverfront Stadium after getting the final out in a 4-3 victory over the Chicago Cubs.
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