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February 16, 1998
BaseballPhillies: Agreed to terms with C Mike Lieberthal on two-year, $3.4 million contract, avoiding salary arbitration.BasketballCeltics: Activated F Roy Rogers from injured list. placed F John Thomas (strained right Achilles' tendon) on injured list.Warriors: Activated G Muggsy Bogues (Dunbar) from injured list. Placed F Duane Ferrell (strained right calf) on injured list.CollegesGeorge Mason: Announced Ron Shayka will coach men's volleyball team for rest of season.Western Kentucky: Fired Matt Kilcullen, men's basketball coach.
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | May 19, 2011
Here's a closer look at the Baltimore Catholic League's inaugural Hall of Fame class of 2011: Players Larry Harrison, Towson Catholic '75, center: Considered the first 'true' big man in the BCL, earning All-BCL tournament honors in 1974. Went on to play college ball at Wake Forest from 1975-79 and blocked nine shots in a game. He's also tied for 21st all-time at Wake with 631 career rebounds. Honored posthumously. Ron Holthaus, Archbishop Curley '75, guard: All-BCL pick as a senior after averaging 18.2 points.
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By Calvin Watkins and Calvin Watkins,Contributing Writer | January 6, 1993
ATLANTA -- The Washington Bullets won just their third roa game of the season with a 107-100 victory over the Atlanta Hawks last night.Washington had beaten previously beaten only Minnesota and Sacramento away from the Capital Centre.Michael Adams led Bullets with 21 points. Harvey Grant chipped in 18 points.Washington, who broke a nine-game losing streak Dec. 28 with a win over the Hawks, have now won two straight and three of four. The last time these teams met, Pervis Ellison hit a free throw with :05.7 seconds to give Washington a 97-96 victory.
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March 5, 2006
The Baltimore area's top 20 boys basketball teams of all time, according to The Sun's Pat O'Malley, who has covered local sports and basketball for 37 years and has covered and/or seen every team listed below: 1. Dunbar, 1982-83 Record -- 31-0 Coach -- Bob Wade Skinny -- The Poets' first of three mythical national titles was led by a trio that would play in the NBA: 5-foot-3 point guard Muggsy Bogues, Reggie Williams and Reggie Lewis. 2. Dunbar, 1991-92 Record -- 28-0 Coach -- Pete Pompey Skinny -- This was the third national champion at the East Baltimore school.
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December 3, 1995
BaseballBraves: 1B Fred McGriff agreed to four-year contract worth about $20 million.Padres: Named Russ Nixon director of player development.BasketballNBA: Named Raptors G Damon Stoudamire Rookie of Month.Pacers: Activated C Rik Smits and F Duane Ferrell (Calvert Hall) from injured list. Placed C Adrian Caldwell and G Fred Hoiberg on injured list.FootballNew Orleans Saints: Placed G Chris Port on IR. Claimed G Donald Willis off waivers from Seahawks.HockeyBruins: Recalled D Mark Cornforth and C Clayton Beddoes from AHL Providence.
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May 1, 1999
BaseballBrewers: Placed P Valerio De Los Santos (lower back strain) on 15-day DL, retroactive to April 20. Recalled P Horacio Estrada from Triple-A Louisville.BasketballRaptors: Activated G Negele Knight. Placed F Sean Marks on injured list.SuperSonics: Activated G Drew Barry. Placed G James Cotton (gastroenteritis) on injured list.Warriors: Placed F Jason Caffey on injured list. Activated F Duane Ferrell (Calvert Hall).CollegeACC: Named Maryland's Meg Griffin second-team all-league in tennis.
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September 19, 1990
BaseballSeattle Mariners -- Named Scott Nethery to scouting staff.BasketballAtlanta Hawks -- Signed G Rumeal Robinson, first-round draft choice from University of Michigan, to four-year contract. Dropped rights to F Cliff Levingston and G John Long, both unrestricted free agents. Placed restricted free-agent G Duane Ferrell (Calvert Hall) on waivers.Minnesota Timberwolves -- Signed F Sam Mitchell and F Tod Murphy to two-year contracts.San Antonio Spurs -- Signed free-agent G David Rivers.
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November 16, 1996
BaseballCubs: Offered salary arbitration to P Bob Patterson.Giants: Declined to offer arbitration to SS Shawon Dunston and 2B Robby Thompson. Outrighted P Ricky Pickett and SS Brett King to Triple-A Phoenix.Indians: Exercised 1998 option on former Orioles P Jose Mesa for $1.95 million plus bonuses.Mariners: Claimed IF Dave Silvestri off waivers from Expos. Former Oriole Rick Burleson will manage Single-A Lancaster State.Rangers: Offered salary arbitration to former Orioles 2B Mark McLemore.
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March 10, 1999
BaseballIndians: Signed IF Enrique Wilson to a one-year contract.BasketballBulls: Placed G Rusty LaRue and G Charles Jones on the injured list. Activated G Cory Carr and F Keith Booth (Dunbar, Maryland) from the injured list.Pistons: Waived G Corey Beck and G Steve Henson.Warriors: Activated G Muggsy Bogues (Dunbar) from the injured list. Placed F Duane Ferrell (Calvert Hall) on the injured list with tendinitis in his left knee.CollegeAnderson College: Named Doug Martin men's and women's cross country coach.
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November 19, 1997
BaseballBrewers: Retained free-agent P Doug Jones (6-6, 2.02 ERA, 36 saves), who agreed to $3 million, one-year contract.Devil Rays: Named Frank Howard bench coach, Greg Riddoch third base coach, Billy Hatcher first base coach, Rick Williams pitching coach and Steve Henderson hitting coach.Mariners: Retained free-agent All-Star 2B Joey Cora, who agreed to $1.65 million, one-year contract.Red Sox: Retained free-agent P Bret Saberhagen, a two-time Cy Young Award winner who agreed to $1.6 million, one-year contract.
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May 1, 1999
BaseballBrewers: Placed P Valerio De Los Santos (lower back strain) on 15-day DL, retroactive to April 20. Recalled P Horacio Estrada from Triple-A Louisville.BasketballRaptors: Activated G Negele Knight. Placed F Sean Marks on injured list.SuperSonics: Activated G Drew Barry. Placed G James Cotton (gastroenteritis) on injured list.Warriors: Placed F Jason Caffey on injured list. Activated F Duane Ferrell (Calvert Hall).CollegeACC: Named Maryland's Meg Griffin second-team all-league in tennis.
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March 10, 1999
BaseballIndians: Signed IF Enrique Wilson to a one-year contract.BasketballBulls: Placed G Rusty LaRue and G Charles Jones on the injured list. Activated G Cory Carr and F Keith Booth (Dunbar, Maryland) from the injured list.Pistons: Waived G Corey Beck and G Steve Henson.Warriors: Activated G Muggsy Bogues (Dunbar) from the injured list. Placed F Duane Ferrell (Calvert Hall) on the injured list with tendinitis in his left knee.CollegeAnderson College: Named Doug Martin men's and women's cross country coach.
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February 16, 1998
BaseballPhillies: Agreed to terms with C Mike Lieberthal on two-year, $3.4 million contract, avoiding salary arbitration.BasketballCeltics: Activated F Roy Rogers from injured list. placed F John Thomas (strained right Achilles' tendon) on injured list.Warriors: Activated G Muggsy Bogues (Dunbar) from injured list. Placed F Duane Ferrell (strained right calf) on injured list.CollegesGeorge Mason: Announced Ron Shayka will coach men's volleyball team for rest of season.Western Kentucky: Fired Matt Kilcullen, men's basketball coach.
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November 19, 1997
BaseballBrewers: Retained free-agent P Doug Jones (6-6, 2.02 ERA, 36 saves), who agreed to $3 million, one-year contract.Devil Rays: Named Frank Howard bench coach, Greg Riddoch third base coach, Billy Hatcher first base coach, Rick Williams pitching coach and Steve Henderson hitting coach.Mariners: Retained free-agent All-Star 2B Joey Cora, who agreed to $1.65 million, one-year contract.Red Sox: Retained free-agent P Bret Saberhagen, a two-time Cy Young Award winner who agreed to $1.6 million, one-year contract.
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November 16, 1996
BaseballCubs: Offered salary arbitration to P Bob Patterson.Giants: Declined to offer arbitration to SS Shawon Dunston and 2B Robby Thompson. Outrighted P Ricky Pickett and SS Brett King to Triple-A Phoenix.Indians: Exercised 1998 option on former Orioles P Jose Mesa for $1.95 million plus bonuses.Mariners: Claimed IF Dave Silvestri off waivers from Expos. Former Oriole Rick Burleson will manage Single-A Lancaster State.Rangers: Offered salary arbitration to former Orioles 2B Mark McLemore.
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December 3, 1995
BaseballBraves: 1B Fred McGriff agreed to four-year contract worth about $20 million.Padres: Named Russ Nixon director of player development.BasketballNBA: Named Raptors G Damon Stoudamire Rookie of Month.Pacers: Activated C Rik Smits and F Duane Ferrell (Calvert Hall) from injured list. Placed C Adrian Caldwell and G Fred Hoiberg on injured list.FootballNew Orleans Saints: Placed G Chris Port on IR. Claimed G Donald Willis off waivers from Seahawks.HockeyBruins: Recalled D Mark Cornforth and C Clayton Beddoes from AHL Providence.
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March 5, 2006
The Baltimore area's top 20 boys basketball teams of all time, according to The Sun's Pat O'Malley, who has covered local sports and basketball for 37 years and has covered and/or seen every team listed below: 1. Dunbar, 1982-83 Record -- 31-0 Coach -- Bob Wade Skinny -- The Poets' first of three mythical national titles was led by a trio that would play in the NBA: 5-foot-3 point guard Muggsy Bogues, Reggie Williams and Reggie Lewis. 2. Dunbar, 1991-92 Record -- 28-0 Coach -- Pete Pompey Skinny -- This was the third national champion at the East Baltimore school.
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By Calvin Watkins and Calvin Watkins,Contributing Writer | January 6, 1993
ATLANTA -- The Washington Bullets won just their third roa game of the season with a 107-100 victory over the Atlanta Hawks last night.Washington had beaten previously beaten only Minnesota and Sacramento away from the Capital Centre.Michael Adams led Bullets with 21 points. Harvey Grant chipped in 18 points.Washington, who broke a nine-game losing streak Dec. 28 with a win over the Hawks, have now won two straight and three of four. The last time these teams met, Pervis Ellison hit a free throw with :05.7 seconds to give Washington a 97-96 victory.
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