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By Kent Baker | November 17, 2000
Mount St. Mary's Coach: Jim Phelan, 47th season at Mount St. Mary's (809-463). Affiliation: Northeast Conference. 1999-2000 record: 9-20 (7-11 in NEC). Radio: WTHU (1450 AM). Arena: Knott Arena (3,196). Consensus league favorite: St. Francis, N.Y. Consensus Mount prediction: Ninth. Starters lost: Four. Outlook: A lot will depend on Melvin Whitaker's bid to regain his academic eligibility. If Whitaker - the best player in the NEC when right - succeeds and returns Dec. 16, the Mount could be a sleeper in the league race.
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By Jamie Smith Hopkins, The Baltimore Sun | August 18, 2010
The Ritz-Carlton Residences in Baltimore has lowered its asking prices by about 30 percent on 30 of its 166 unsold high-end condos, a spokesman said Wednesday. The Inner Harbor development, completed two years ago, has struggled to find buyers as demand for homes — luxury ones in particular — plummeted. Just 24 of the 190 units have changed hands; about a dozen more are under contract. Greg Harris, a spokesman for RXR Realty, the developer, said new prices on the units range from $499,000 to $2.1 million.
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SPORTS
June 18, 1991
BOSTON -- Wally Joyner lined a two-run double in a four-run fifth inning and Mark Langston earned his ninth victory as the California Angels avoided a four-game sweep by beating the Boston Red Sox, 4-2, last night.Langston, now 9-2 after going 10-17 last season, held the Red Sox hitless for for four innings, gave up two runs in the fifth and left after allowing six hits in seven innings. Mark Eichhorn took over to start the eighth but was replaced after Wade Boggs' two-out single by Bryan Harvey, who got the last four outs for his 16th save as the Angels ended a season-high four-game losing streak.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Sloane Brown and Sloane Brown,sloane@sloanebrown.com | February 1, 2009
Our Daily Bread Employment Center, known for its efforts in helping Baltimore's poor change their lives, went through a change itself last weekend. The main eating hall had been cleared of its usual long tables; instead it had high bar tables decorated with gigantic fake flowers and colored lights dancing off the walls. A Carmen Miranda look-alike welcomed guests to "Buenas Noches Buenos Aires," an Argentinian-themed fundraiser. "Kevin chose [the theme] because he thought we'd all be tired of the winter time," said Carolyn O'Keefe, referring to her husband, with whom she was chairing the event.
BUSINESS
By Jamie Smith Hopkins, The Baltimore Sun | August 18, 2010
The Ritz-Carlton Residences in Baltimore has lowered its asking prices by about 30 percent on 30 of its 166 unsold high-end condos, a spokesman said Wednesday. The Inner Harbor development, completed two years ago, has struggled to find buyers as demand for homes — luxury ones in particular — plummeted. Just 24 of the 190 units have changed hands; about a dozen more are under contract. Greg Harris, a spokesman for RXR Realty, the developer, said new prices on the units range from $499,000 to $2.1 million.
SPORTS
May 8, 1991
BOSTON -- Shutouts, not records, were on Scott Erickson's mind last night.Erickson stretched his scoreless streak to 30 innings -- matching Frank Viola's Minnesota record -- before tiring in the ninth inning as the Twins beat the Boston Red Sox, 9-3.Erickson (4-2) beat Seattle, 6-0, on April 26 and Boston, 1-0, last Wednesday. He pitched eight scoreless innings before allowing a three-run homer in the ninth to Tom Brunansky, his fifth home run of the season."I was hoping he'd miss it, but he didn't," said Erickson, who knew the pitch was a mistake as soon as he released it. "A fastball that didn't run," Erickson called it.Viola set the club record in 1988.
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By Jim Henneman and Jim Henneman,Evening Sun Staff | June 28, 1991
Under normal circumstances this weekend would be the ideal opportunity for the Boston Red Sox to gain ground in the American League East. However, the defending division champions are not operating under normal guidelines for a contender.Having just been swept by the Yankees in a three-game series in Fenway Park, the Red Sox have a four-game losing streak and have lost seven of their last 10. The slump has dropped them 3 1/2 games behind the Toronto Blue Jays, their biggest deficit of the year.
SPORTS
By Kent Baker | February 26, 1998
Site: William H. Detrick Gymnasium, Central Connecticut State, New Britain, Conn.MenToday's first round(6) Wagner (12-15, 7-9) vs. (3) St. Francis, N.Y. (15-11, 10-6), noon.(7) Robert Morris (8-18, 4-12) vs. (2) F. Dickinson (20-6, 13-3), 2: 30 p.m.(5) Mt. St. Mary's (12-14, 8-8) vs. (4) St. Francis, Pa. (17-9, 10-6), 6 p.m.(8) Monmouth (4-22, 3-13) vs. (1) Long Island U. (19-9, 14-2), 8: 30 p.m.Tomorrow's semifinalsWagner/St. F., N.Y. winner vs. R. Morris/F. Dickinson winner, 5 p.m.Mount/St.
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,SUN STAFF | January 16, 2000
EMMITSBURG -- In a matter of minutes, the forecast for Mount St. Mary's changed from sunny and bright to gloomy and stormy last night. The Mount appeared to have Northeast Conference rival St. Francis (Pa.) well in command, but then squandered a 19-point lead and absorbed an ugly 71-64 defeat before 1,811 fans at Knott Arena. "This was not an auspicious way to start a five-game homestand," said the Mount's venerated coach, Jim Phelan. "How can you let a lead like that get away? It's very disappointing to put it mildly."
ENTERTAINMENT
By Sloane Brown and Sloane Brown,sloane@sloanebrown.com | February 1, 2009
Our Daily Bread Employment Center, known for its efforts in helping Baltimore's poor change their lives, went through a change itself last weekend. The main eating hall had been cleared of its usual long tables; instead it had high bar tables decorated with gigantic fake flowers and colored lights dancing off the walls. A Carmen Miranda look-alike welcomed guests to "Buenas Noches Buenos Aires," an Argentinian-themed fundraiser. "Kevin chose [the theme] because he thought we'd all be tired of the winter time," said Carolyn O'Keefe, referring to her husband, with whom she was chairing the event.
SPORTS
By Kent Baker | November 17, 2000
Mount St. Mary's Coach: Jim Phelan, 47th season at Mount St. Mary's (809-463). Affiliation: Northeast Conference. 1999-2000 record: 9-20 (7-11 in NEC). Radio: WTHU (1450 AM). Arena: Knott Arena (3,196). Consensus league favorite: St. Francis, N.Y. Consensus Mount prediction: Ninth. Starters lost: Four. Outlook: A lot will depend on Melvin Whitaker's bid to regain his academic eligibility. If Whitaker - the best player in the NEC when right - succeeds and returns Dec. 16, the Mount could be a sleeper in the league race.
SPORTS
By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,SUN STAFF | January 16, 2000
EMMITSBURG -- In a matter of minutes, the forecast for Mount St. Mary's changed from sunny and bright to gloomy and stormy last night. The Mount appeared to have Northeast Conference rival St. Francis (Pa.) well in command, but then squandered a 19-point lead and absorbed an ugly 71-64 defeat before 1,811 fans at Knott Arena. "This was not an auspicious way to start a five-game homestand," said the Mount's venerated coach, Jim Phelan. "How can you let a lead like that get away? It's very disappointing to put it mildly."
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,SUN STAFF | January 12, 1999
EMMITSBURG -- The Northeast Conference juggernaut rolled on last night at Knott Arena.Now, UMBC is not only dominating in its first NEC season, it is shattering league records.The Retrievers shut off Mount St. Mary's on the inside, shot 52 percent in the second half and scored their ninth straight NEC victory, 79-70, before 1,852 fans. Their 9-0 start against league opposition is the best in NEC history, and it is surprising even to them."Truthfully, I didn't think we'd go 9-0," said Kennedy Okafor, who came off the bench to contribute 14 points and eight rebounds.
SPORTS
By Kent Baker | February 26, 1998
Site: William H. Detrick Gymnasium, Central Connecticut State, New Britain, Conn.MenToday's first round(6) Wagner (12-15, 7-9) vs. (3) St. Francis, N.Y. (15-11, 10-6), noon.(7) Robert Morris (8-18, 4-12) vs. (2) F. Dickinson (20-6, 13-3), 2: 30 p.m.(5) Mt. St. Mary's (12-14, 8-8) vs. (4) St. Francis, Pa. (17-9, 10-6), 6 p.m.(8) Monmouth (4-22, 3-13) vs. (1) Long Island U. (19-9, 14-2), 8: 30 p.m.Tomorrow's semifinalsWagner/St. F., N.Y. winner vs. R. Morris/F. Dickinson winner, 5 p.m.Mount/St.
SPORTS
By Jim Henneman | April 1, 1994
EASTORIOLES1993 record: 85-77 (tied for third, AL East)Manager: Johnny OatesPitching: The staff has improved in each of the past two years and might be substantially better this year. Lee Smith must replace Gregg Olson as closer, and Sid Fernandez has to more than compensate for the loss of Rick Sutcliffe. The rotation is headed by two of the AL's best young right-handers, Mike Mussina and Ben McDonald. Jamie Moyer was excellent after being called up from Triple-A, but a knee injury slowed Arthur Rhodes' progress.
SPORTS
By Jim Henneman and Jim Henneman,Evening Sun Staff | June 28, 1991
Under normal circumstances this weekend would be the ideal opportunity for the Boston Red Sox to gain ground in the American League East. However, the defending division champions are not operating under normal guidelines for a contender.Having just been swept by the Yankees in a three-game series in Fenway Park, the Red Sox have a four-game losing streak and have lost seven of their last 10. The slump has dropped them 3 1/2 games behind the Toronto Blue Jays, their biggest deficit of the year.
SPORTS
By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,SUN STAFF | January 12, 1999
EMMITSBURG -- The Northeast Conference juggernaut rolled on last night at Knott Arena.Now, UMBC is not only dominating in its first NEC season, it is shattering league records.The Retrievers shut off Mount St. Mary's on the inside, shot 52 percent in the second half and scored their ninth straight NEC victory, 79-70, before 1,852 fans. Their 9-0 start against league opposition is the best in NEC history, and it is surprising even to them."Truthfully, I didn't think we'd go 9-0," said Kennedy Okafor, who came off the bench to contribute 14 points and eight rebounds.
SPORTS
By Jim Henneman | April 1, 1994
EASTORIOLES1993 record: 85-77 (tied for third, AL East)Manager: Johnny OatesPitching: The staff has improved in each of the past two years and might be substantially better this year. Lee Smith must replace Gregg Olson as closer, and Sid Fernandez has to more than compensate for the loss of Rick Sutcliffe. The rotation is headed by two of the AL's best young right-handers, Mike Mussina and Ben McDonald. Jamie Moyer was excellent after being called up from Triple-A, but a knee injury slowed Arthur Rhodes' progress.
SPORTS
June 18, 1991
BOSTON -- Wally Joyner lined a two-run double in a four-run fifth inning and Mark Langston earned his ninth victory as the California Angels avoided a four-game sweep by beating the Boston Red Sox, 4-2, last night.Langston, now 9-2 after going 10-17 last season, held the Red Sox hitless for for four innings, gave up two runs in the fifth and left after allowing six hits in seven innings. Mark Eichhorn took over to start the eighth but was replaced after Wade Boggs' two-out single by Bryan Harvey, who got the last four outs for his 16th save as the Angels ended a season-high four-game losing streak.
SPORTS
May 8, 1991
BOSTON -- Shutouts, not records, were on Scott Erickson's mind last night.Erickson stretched his scoreless streak to 30 innings -- matching Frank Viola's Minnesota record -- before tiring in the ninth inning as the Twins beat the Boston Red Sox, 9-3.Erickson (4-2) beat Seattle, 6-0, on April 26 and Boston, 1-0, last Wednesday. He pitched eight scoreless innings before allowing a three-run homer in the ninth to Tom Brunansky, his fifth home run of the season."I was hoping he'd miss it, but he didn't," said Erickson, who knew the pitch was a mistake as soon as he released it. "A fastball that didn't run," Erickson called it.Viola set the club record in 1988.
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