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March 25, 2004
On March 22, 2004 JOHN "Jack" F. FAHEY; beloved husband of the late Mary T. Fahey (nee Moran); devoted father of Maureen, Robert J. and John F. Fahey Jr.; dear brother of Mary T. Hennigan, Thomas M. Fahey, Anna J. Horton, Agnes L. Santora, and the late Katherine N. Barrett; dear grandfather of Caylynn M. and Elizabeth T. Fahey; step-grandfather of Jessica Mc Dermott. Also survived by many nieces and nephews. Visitation Thursday evening 6 to 9 and Friday 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. at the Cvach/Rosedale Funeral Home, 1211 Chesaco Avenue.
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By Sports Digest | November 26, 2010
BB&T Classic MASN to give 1,500 tickets to members of armed forces MASN will donate 1,500 BB&T Classic tickets to active and retired members of the U.S. armed forces. The 16th annual tournament tips off Dec. 5 at 2:30 p.m. when American meets Florida. Navy will face George Washington at 5p.m., and Maryland plays Temple at 7:30 p.m. Military personnel should visit MASNsports.com to print a ticket voucher for four complimentary tickets. The tickets can then be redeemed at the Verizon Center box office beginning Tuesday with the printed voucher and military identification.
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August 29, 1992
Michael G. Fahey, retired supervisor of the fleet of boats of the Maryland Port Administration, died of cancer Tuesday at a hospital in Seaford, Del.A memorial service for Mr. Fahey, who was 71, will be held at 2 p.m. today at the Watson-Yates Funeral Home in Seaford.Since the establishment of the Port Authority in 1956, Mr. Fahey had worked with the fleet that includes work and tour boats. Mr. Fahey, who retired in 1980, had lived in the Seaford area since 1981. A native of Baltimore and a graduate of City College, he served in the Pacific with the Army during World War II.He is survived by his wife, the former Ann Messick.
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By Jill Rosen and Jill Rosen,jill.rosen@baltsun.com | December 17, 2008
At Eddie's market in Roland Park, cuts of beef beckon behind glass like a jeweler's gems. Behold the rib roast - upright and regal, luxuriously marbled. As for the tenderloin, the store displays only tiny, tantalizing pieces - the whole roast, the cut of kings, is ensconced somewhere behind the counter. Beef is an exclusive commodity indeed. But in a recession, a roast topping $20 a pound seems almost gauche - if not outright out of reach. According to a Consumer Reports poll, 76 percent of those surveyed vowed to cut back on holiday spending this season.
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By JOHN EISENBERG | July 19, 2006
Brandon Fahey was so scrawny when the Orioles took him in the 12th round of the 2002 draft that it was hard to envision him being anything more than an "organizational player" - a guy who would play hard on minor league teams from Bluefield to Bowie, but probably never make the majors. Fahey surpassed those expectations when the Orioles called him up early this season. Once he made it, no one, not even Fahey, expected him to last longer than two weeks, but he has surpassed those expectations, too, becoming so valuable as a do-anything rookie that it is increasingly rare for Orioles manager Sam Perlozzo not to write him into the lineup.
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By ROCH KUBATKO | June 28, 2007
Looking to provide depth at shortstop and second base, the Orioles recalled infielder Brandon Fahey from Triple-A Norfolk yesterday and optioned outfielder-first baseman Jon Knott to the Tides. Fahey was hitting .227 with seven doubles, six triples, two homers and 24 RBIs in 76 games. He had a .296 on-base percentage and a .315 slugging percentage. Over his past 10 games, however, Fahey hit .359 with three doubles and two triples. Knott struck out twice and walked Sunday in his only start since rejoining the Orioles.
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By M. William Salganik and M. William Salganik,SUN STAFF | December 12, 1997
Reg Murphy will step down March 1 as president and chief executive officer of the National Geographic Society. The society's trustees yesterday selected John M. Fahey Jr. to assume those posts.Murphy, 63, a former publisher of The Baltimore Sun who lives in Owings Mills, said he went to National Geographic nearly five years ago intending to stay for four years, and now "it's time for me to go do something else."He said he plans to "do some investing in small media companies" and to manage his other investments.
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,Sun reporter | September 11, 2006
Reaching first base Saturday after his run-scoring single in the seventh inning should have brought great joy to Orioles left fielder Brandon Fahey, not a conflicted feeling. But that's what happens when you're mired in a lengthy slump and almost expected to fail in the clutch. Fahey is batting .170 since the All-Star break after going 0-for-3 and being hit by a pitch in yesterday's 9-4 loss to New York Yankees at Camden Yards. He was 4-for-43 before lining a pitch into center field in Saturday's game.
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN REPORTER | March 7, 2007
FORT LAUDERDALE, FLA. -- The last spot on the Orioles' roster is being fought over like the last crumb tossed in the middle of a starving group of men. Maybe the fastest gets to it first. Or the strongest. Or the guy who's versatile enough to figure out more than one way to snatch it. The Orioles are in the process of choosing the characteristics that work best for them. They have plenty of options. Eventually, they'll need some answers. A 12-man pitching staff would leave manager Sam Perlozzo with four reserves on his bench.
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By CHILDS WALKER and CHILDS WALKER,SUN REPORTER | June 18, 2006
NEW YORK -- Orioles veterans get a kick out of rookie Brandon Fahey. They've watched his rise from scrawny unknown in spring training to utility option No. 1 with as much amazement as anyone. "He's one of those guys who shows up in spring training and all of a sudden guys are like, `Oh, he's fun to watch play,'" second baseman Brian Roberts said. "Those are the kind of guys you root for. They're always prepared. They're always ready. He knows how to play the game and when he's in there, he gives us a good spark.
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By ROCH KUBATKO | July 13, 2008
When Jacoby Ellsbury's ground ball squirted through Brandon Fahey's legs with two outs in the ninth inning Friday night, did you think the Orioles were going to let this one get away, too? It's OK to admit it. George Sherrill walked Dustin Pedroia to bring the tying run to the plate, but he blew away Kevin Youkilis to end the game and record his 28th save. Sherrill worked with pitching coach Rick Kranitz in the bullpen earlier Friday and corrected a flaw in his mechanics he believes dates back to the Pittsburgh Pirates series in the second weekend in June.
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By Dan Connolly and Dan Connolly,SUN REPORTER | April 30, 2008
The Orioles reshuffled their roster yesterday and ended up with 13 pitchers again. Because of rainouts, exhausting road trips and an injury to starter Adam Loewen, the Orioles decided to bolster their staff, recalling left-handed starter Garrett Olson and right-handed reliever Bob McCrory from Triple-A Norfolk. To make room on the 25-man roster, reliever Greg Aquino (14.21 ERA in six games) was designated for assignment and infielder Brandon Fahey (.200 batting average, one RBI in 25 at-bats)
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN REPORTER | March 31, 2008
The seven errors that Orioles shortstop Luis Hernandez committed during the exhibition schedule aren't going to keep him out of the Opening Day lineup. Manager Dave Trembley confirmed yesterday that Hernandez will bat ninth and play shortstop against the Tampa Bay Rays today at Camden Yards. Brandon Fahey made the club as a utility player who will back up Hernandez and perhaps split time with him in the field as the season progresses. "I'm all for giving people an opportunity and to show [Hernandez]
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,Sun Reporter | March 28, 2008
VIERA, Fla. -- Orioles manager Dave Trembley is prepared to name Luis Hernandez as his Opening Day shortstop. Now, Hernandez has to be prepared for the challenges that await him, the kind that could loosen his grip on the job if he's not careful. Hernandez committed his sixth error yesterday in the Orioles' 2-1 loss to the Washington Nationals at Space Coast Stadium. He fielded a routine grounder from Ronnie Belliard with two outs in the second inning and sailed his throw over Scott Moore's head at first base.
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By ROCH KUBATKO | March 28, 2008
Was this a spring training game or Ravens minicamp? With only a few regulars on the trip to Viera, Fla., which requires a bus ride up I-95 that lasts at least 2 1/2 hours, the Orioles went with their backups and tapped into their minor league camp for extra players. There were so many guys wearing uniform numbers in the 70s and 80s, the team looked as if it were sending out its offensive and defensive linemen to face the Washington Nationals. Center fielder Adam Jones and shortstop Luis Hernandez were the only projected everyday players who dressed at Space Coast Stadium.
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,Sun reporter | March 17, 2008
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. -- Pitcher Adam Loewen emerged from his bullpen session yesterday feeling better about his left shoulder, and about the decision made by the Orioles to skip his turn in the rotation. Loewen remains scheduled to start Wednesday after throwing 45 pitches, mixing in everything and impressing bullpen coach Alan Dunn, who passed along a glowing report to manager Dave Trembley. "It was great," Trembley said. "Alan Dunn said that's the best he's seen him throw all spring.
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By CHILDS WALKER and CHILDS WALKER,SUN REPORTER | June 5, 2006
Rookie Brandon Fahey started in the outfield for the first time yesterday, adding another skill to his utility repertoire and impressing Orioles manager Sam Perlozzo with his bat. Perlozzo wanted to get Fahey a few plate appearances, and the gangly 25-year-old rewarded him with two line-drive singles, a homer down the right-field line and two RBIs against the New York Yankees. "That's my secret weapon, I guess, for now on," Perlozzo said. "He did a great job. For not having been in there, he was tremendous.
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By CHILDS WALKER and CHILDS WALKER,SUN REPORTER | July 9, 2006
Orioles manager Sam Perlozzo freely admits that his bench isn't as strong as he'd like. The club's blueprint for the season did not include Howie Clark, Luis Terrero or Ed Rogers. Luis Matos wasn't expected to play so poorly that the team would release him. But amid all the chaos at the back of the roster, one stoop-shouldered rookie has emerged as a rock for his manager. And that rookie, Brandon Fahey, never expected it, either. Miguel Tejada needs a day at designated hitter? Start Fahey at short.
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,Sun reporter | March 1, 2008
JUPITER, Fla. -- Florida Marlins pitchers have been instructed to throw only fastballs and changeups in the early portion of the exhibition schedule, but Orioles starter Steve Trachsel wasn't working with those limitations yesterday. He used everything in his repertoire, and the Marlins couldn't do much with any of it. Trachsel threw two scoreless innings in his spring debut, allowing one hit and striking out one. Nineteen of his 29 pitches were strikes. The Marlins didn't get a ball out of the infield except for Luis Gonzalez's soft single to left field leading off the second inning.
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,Sun reporter | February 24, 2008
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. -- Reliever George Sherrill was shut down yesterday after tweaking his right hamstring during Friday morning's workout, and he will likely remain inactive for a few more days as a precaution. Sherrill felt his hamstring tighten as he covered first base during a drill on the back fields. He walked to the clubhouse with assistant athletic trainer Brian Ebel and received treatment before leaving the ballpark. "It should be a few days and I'll be back," he said. "It's so soon, I'll just take today completely off, and we'll go from there."
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