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By Buster Olney and Buster Olney,SUN STAFF | September 18, 1996
NEW YORK -- The dream matchup of Orioles ace Mike Mussina against the New York Yankees' David Cone lasted less than an inning last night, when a thick mist turned into a hard rain, leading to a postponement after a 2-hour, 45-minute delay.But that did not end the confusion: Almost all the Orioles left Yankee Stadium not knowing when to show up to work today. About 10 minutes after the Orioles team bus departed, the Yankees announced there will be a single game played tonight at 7: 35 -- Scott Erickson will pitch against New York's Andy Pettitte -- and a doubleheader tomorrow.
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By PAT O'MALLEY and PAT O'MALLEY,SUN REPORTER | February 27, 2006
Top-ranked Mount St. Joseph has gone where no other Baltimore metro-area team has gone. After last night's 62-41 victory over Calvert Hall in the Baltimore Catholic League semifinals at Loyola College, the Gaels are 35-0. Mount St. Joseph will play No. 4 Towson Catholic for the 35th BCL tournament title at 7 p.m. tomorrow at Loyola College. Towson Catholic beat No. 6 St. Frances, 56-54, in the first semifinal yesterday. The 35th win breaks the 1981-82 Calvert Hall team's record of 34-0 for the most wins in a season and most consecutive wins in a single season.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Staff Writer | February 4, 1993
A rash of injuries has struck the Skipjacks were it hurts the most. Three key players are out.Captain and right wing Mark Hunter has a fractured thumb and is expected to be out six to eight weeks. The last regular-season game is April 11.Center Mike Boback, who leads the Skipjacks in points, will miss at least this weekend's three games and maybe a lot more if he has to undergo knee surgery, a determination that will be made next week.Right wing Jeff Greenlaw, who has collected five goals and six assists since being sent down by the parent Washington Capitals Nov. 24, will miss four to six weeks with a torn thumb ligament suffered in last Sunday's loss at Rochester.
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By Sam Smith and Sam Smith,CHICAGO TRIBUNE | June 22, 2005
SAN ANTONIO - They weren't supposed to beat that "greatest ever" Los Angeles Lakers team last year. The one with the four Hall of Famers. They weren't supposed to get by Shaquille O'Neal, but they did twice, including this year without him having the distraction of Kobe Bryant. They weren't supposed to be here, and probably wouldn't be if Dwyane Wade hadn't been hurt. They weren't supposed to survive the early-season riot and coach Larry Brown's riotous season. And they weren't supposed to be playing anymore today.
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By Christian Ewell and Christian Ewell,SUN STAFF | July 16, 1999
The first Baltimore-Washington Parkway All-Star Week for high school seniors -- punctuated with a 7 p.m. football game at Washington's Eastern High tonight and a pair of basketball games tomorrow -- seems like an idea whose time is right.The goal is to showcase public-school athletes in Baltimore and Washington. However, some potential participants have been unavailable or distracted by summer jobs, summer leagues and all-star games elsewhere."It's just another opportunity for kids hoping to catch the eye of schools still looking for student-athletes," said Bob Wade, Baltimore schools' athletic director and one of the event's organizers.
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By Jason LaCanfora and Jason LaCanfora,SUN STAFF | September 18, 1996
NEW YORK -- The American League East showdown turned into a splashdown last night at Yankee Stadium, as Game 1 of the critical three-game series between the Orioles and New York Yankees was postponed after a 2-hour, 45-minute rain delay.The teams will play one game tonight at 7: 35, and two games tomorrow -- likely a twi-night doubleheader. Pitching matchups for the doubleheader were uncertain last night.Today's game, however, could be in jeopardy because additional showers were forecast for last night and today.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | April 20, 1999
Patapsco High's Mike Dietrich and Western STES' Gary Monroe will be among 10 fighters from the Baltimore area who will compete in tomorrow's 7 p.m. Maryland Golden Gloves championships at Michael's Eighth Avenue in Glen Burnie.Dietrich, boxing at heavyweight, is a two-time silver gloves national champ and a one-time Police Athletic League national champ. He is 13-0 with 10 knockouts.Monroe, competing at 147 out of the Arbutus Boxing Club, will be in only his third fight as he goes after the novice title.
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By Phil Jackman | April 29, 1994
The TV Repairman:Back in the first year of the NBA (1947), the playoffs consisted of 19 games total, the Philadelphia Warriors taking the title against the Chicago Stags. All hail, Max Zaslofsky!By late Sunday night, the combined forces of NBC, TNT and TBS will have telecast 21 games coast to coast and the seven-week extravaganza will hardly be off the launching pad.On the wings of two doubleheaders last night, cable is back with four more games tonight, beginning at 7 on TBS and 8 on TNT, which begs the question, is this a smart move by Turner Broadcasting, programming against itself?
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By MILTON KENT | August 4, 1995
The start of the inaugural running of the Brickyard 400 NASCAR race at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway last year was just a couple of hours away when ABC's Paul Page noticed the absence of the kind of long lines of fans that surround the Indianapolis 500.Frankly, Page, who, at that moment, was doing the pre-race show on ESPN, was a little concerned that stock car racing's introduction to the most hallowed auto race track in America might not be so accepted,...
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By Phil Jackman | April 19, 1991
The TV Repairman: CBS does the first of its 16 baseball games tomorrow (Tigers at White Sox, 1 p.m., Channel 11), promising the announcing team of Jack Buck and Tim McCarver will be better than last year.It's not often a network goes around bad-mouthing its talent, which, in this case, appears unjustified. The two easy-to-take veterans worked just fine together.Howard Cosell, in his latest diatribe, "What's Wrong With Sports," says McCarver is "unbearable" as an announcer, which, considering the source, is a ringing endorsement.
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By Laura Vecsey | October 25, 2004
BOSTON - Will he pitch again this October? "I can't think about that right now, not after the day I've had," Curt Schilling said last night. Then again, he can afford to be coy. The Red Sox are up 2-0 on the Cardinals in this Curt Schilling World Series, so why bother worrying about it, even if the doctor said he couldn't be sure Schilling's ankle tendon could be stitched in place a third time. Out in the right-field seats last night in damp, happy Fenway, savvy members of Red Sox Nation knew the real score.
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By Jon Morgan and Jon Morgan,SUN STAFF | September 14, 2002
Family members have been deeply touched by the outpouring of emotion and support in the aftermath of Hall of Fame quarterback John Unitas' death, his son Chad said yesterday. "It's honestly unbelievable. I know who my father is and was as an athlete, but the absolute support and outpouring of love is just unbelievable," said Chad Unitas, 23, of Lutherville. The legendary quarterback, who played 17 seasons for the Baltimore Colts beginning in 1956, suffered a heart attack and died about 3 p.m. Wednesday while exercising at a Timonium physical therapy center.
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By Peter Schmuck and Peter Schmuck,SUN STAFF | August 29, 2002
NEW YORK - Baseball's troubled labor history has turned optimism into an endangered outlook, but there were indications last night that the players and owners were closing in on a new labor agreement. Commissioner Bud Selig arrived in Manhattan yesterday afternoon to join the negotiations and the two bargaining teams moved back and forth between the offices of Major League Baseball and the players union to exchange ideas and work on contract language. There still appeared to be a gap between each side's proposals on increased revenue sharing and a luxury tax plan, but management officials seemed more confident that the remaining differences would be worked out before the union strike date threatens tomorrow's games.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | September 8, 2001
Loyola and Towson University hadn't played each other in men's soccer since 1990, but the Greyhounds picked up where they left off by beating the Tigers yesterday in the inaugural round of the Mason-Dixon Soccer Cup, 3-0. Loyola (1-1-1), coming off a 2-2 tie against 11th-ranked Cal-State Fullerton, dominated almost every facet of the game and will meet the other semifinal winner, Mount St. Mary's, at 5 p.m. tomorrow at Towson University for the championship. The Mount (2-1-0) came from behind to tie Navy (2-1-0)
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,SUN STAFF | April 22, 2001
WASHINGTON -- What must it be like for the Washington Capitals to know that any one mistake, any split-second lapse can make the entire difference between winning and losing? That kind of pressure is talked about and rejected in conversation. Every hockey fan has heard it: "The pressure is on them." ... "We don't dwell on that stuff." ... "We just have to play our game." Yesterday afternoon in Game 5 of this NHL Eastern Conference quarterfinal series, the Capitals and the Pittsburgh Penguins stepped on the ice with the best-of-seven series tied at two games.
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By Christian Ewell and Christian Ewell,SUN STAFF | July 16, 1999
The first Baltimore-Washington Parkway All-Star Week for high school seniors -- punctuated with a 7 p.m. football game at Washington's Eastern High tonight and a pair of basketball games tomorrow -- seems like an idea whose time is right.The goal is to showcase public-school athletes in Baltimore and Washington. However, some potential participants have been unavailable or distracted by summer jobs, summer leagues and all-star games elsewhere."It's just another opportunity for kids hoping to catch the eye of schools still looking for student-athletes," said Bob Wade, Baltimore schools' athletic director and one of the event's organizers.
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By MILTON KENT | December 2, 1994
Hey, kids, do you like that college basketball? If so, wake the kids and phone the neighbors, for tomorrow is the day you've dreamed of.In a 13-hour period from 1 p.m. tomorrow until about 2 a.m. Sunday morning, there will be eight games available across three broadcast and cable networks.CBS, the self-proclaimed home of college basketball, shows its first doubleheader of the season, with Duke and Illinois at 1 p.m. (Channel 11) in the first college game at Chicago's new United Center, immediately followed by Arkansas' second appearance on the network in six days, this time at Missouri.
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By Phil Jackman | December 17, 1993
The TV Repairman:One of the segments of the "Highlights for Highbrows" show on "This is the NFL" on Channel 2 Sunday at noon is Tom Clancy's "Hunt for Red Cashion." Get it? Red Cashion's a referee. Contemporary artists are given the opportunity by NFL Films to do their thing with a football theme. Oliver Stone's "The SBIII Conspiracy" should be a hoot, too, as it deals with you know what Super Bowl. Good grief, was Bubba Smith right?* HTS is bringing in the general managers again for a 90-minute gabfest on the exploits of the Orioles, Redskins, Bullets and Capitals in '93, and the show will be aired Christmas night at 7:30.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | April 20, 1999
Patapsco High's Mike Dietrich and Western STES' Gary Monroe will be among 10 fighters from the Baltimore area who will compete in tomorrow's 7 p.m. Maryland Golden Gloves championships at Michael's Eighth Avenue in Glen Burnie.Dietrich, boxing at heavyweight, is a two-time silver gloves national champ and a one-time Police Athletic League national champ. He is 13-0 with 10 knockouts.Monroe, competing at 147 out of the Arbutus Boxing Club, will be in only his third fight as he goes after the novice title.
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By Mark Hoeflich and Mark Hoeflich,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | October 8, 1998
Bel Air football coach Bruce Riley and his staff saw the signs.Quarterback Adam Rafalski was back for his third year as a starter.The defense, despite needing new, key linemen, remained intact at both the linebacker and secondary positions.Even more important, Riley noticed a change in his team'scommitment, as the weight room became crowded in the weeks leading to Bel Air's first summer practice.Now is the time for the Bobcats. This is their chance to get to the playoffs for the first time in 15 years and close the gap with the the Harford County league's elite.
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