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By Bill Atkinson and Bill Atkinson,SUN STAFF | May 9, 2004
GULF BREEZE, Fla. - On U.S. 98, the crowded main drag that slices across Florida's Panhandle, it's easy to speed past Gulf Breeze. The city, which juts out into the blue waters of Pensacola Bay, is known for two things - its snowy white beaches and UFO sightings. But Gulf Breeze, population 6,189, has another, less public claim to fame - it has floated about $2 billion in tax-free municipal bonds used in recent years to finance everything from a Hyatt Regency hotel in Orlando to sprawling convention and resort projects with casinos built by Baltimore-based Cordish Co. for the Seminole Tribe of Florida.
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By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | June 17, 2014
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- Catcher Matt Wieters underwent successful Tommy John elbow ligament reconstruction surgery, performed by renowned orthopedist Dr. James Andrews in Gulf Breeze, on Tuesday afternoon. Wieters will miss the rest of this season, but the Orioles are hopeful he will be ready to return by Opening Day next year. A position player's estimated recovery time from the surgery is nine months. In the procedure, the palmaris longus tendon on the palm side of his right wrist was removed to reconstruct the ulnar collateral ligament in his right elbow.
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By Dan Connolly and The Baltimore Sun | June 28, 2013
Orioles pitching prospect Dylan Bundy did not have any other damage in his right elbow besides the ligament tear that needed to be replaced, according to his agent. Bundy, 20, underwent elbow-ligament-reconstruction (Tommy John) surgery on Thursday in Gulf Breeze, Florida. Renowned surgeon Dr. James Andrews performed the surgery. According to Bundy's agent, Jay Franklin, Andrews discovered no other problems in the elbow/forearm area with the exception of the ligament tear. Normal recovery is about 12 months.
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By Alejandro Zuniga and The Baltimore Sun | June 9, 2014
Orioles catcher Matt Wieters hasn't progressed as quickly as expected in his recovery from a right elbow strain, and he will visit Dr. James Andrews in Gulf Breeze, Fla., next Monday to determine if he needs surgery. “I think it's something that Matt would like to do just to make sure that [Andrews] agrees with where he is and the way we're proceeding,” Orioles manager Buck Showalter said Monday. It will be the second visit to Andrews for Wieters, who has been on the 15-day disabled list since May 11. He has been throwing every other day, and Showalter said the catcher had one of his best sessions Monday but is still experiencing discomfort.
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May 14, 2003
INA BELLE RENNIE, age 77, of Salinas Avenue, Lady Lake, Florida, died Sunday, May 11, 2003. Mrs. Rennie was a retired Registered Nurse for 41 years. Born in Carroll County, Maryland, she moved from Reisterstown, MD in 1996. A member of St. George Episcopal Church, The Villages, Fl. She was an active member of Eastern Star Chapter #73, of Reisterstown, Md., and a member of Lake County Shrine Ladies Auxilary of Tavares. She is survived by her husband, Philip S. Rennie of Lady Lake, Fl.; her sons, Warren E. Chenoweth, of Greak Lakes, Il., Jeffrey L. Chenoweth, of Pikesville, Md., Thomas E. Chenoweth, of Chesapeake, Va., Michael P. Rennie, of Gulf Breeze, Fl.; a sister, Margaret Mackell, of The Villages, Fl.; a niece, Xandra Simonds, of Leesburg, Fl.; and eight grandchildren.
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By Dan Connolly and The Baltimore Sun | April 29, 2013
Orioles top pitching prospect Dylan Bundy underwent an injection of platelet-rich plasma in his sore right forearm/elbow area Monday in Florida and will not do baseball activities for at least six weeks while he rests and rehabs. “It's good news that they're recommending rest and therapy and then a resumption of the throwing program,” Orioles executive vice president Dan Duquette said. “It seems like a bump in the road.” Bundy, 20, has been dealing with tightness in his forearm and elbow since late March.
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By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | September 30, 2013
The Orioles received good news today after Manny Machado's visit to Dr. James Andrews in Gulf Breeze, Fla. Machado went to see Dr. Andrews to receive a second opinion on his injured left knee, and Andrews' evaluation concurred with that of the Orioles team doctors, according to an industry source. Orioles team orthopedist Dr. John Wilckens recommended a conservative approach of rest and rehab and no surgery. The team hopes Machado can be doing light running drills in six to eight weeks and be ready for spring training.
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By Alejandro Zuniga and The Baltimore Sun | June 9, 2014
Orioles catcher Matt Wieters hasn't progressed as quickly as expected in his recovery from a right elbow strain, and he will visit Dr. James Andrews in Gulf Breeze, Fla., next Monday to determine if he needs surgery. “I think it's something that Matt would like to do just to make sure that [Andrews] agrees with where he is and the way we're proceeding,” Orioles manager Buck Showalter said Monday. It will be the second visit to Andrews for Wieters, who has been on the 15-day disabled list since May 11. He has been throwing every other day, and Showalter said the catcher had one of his best sessions Monday but is still experiencing discomfort.
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By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | June 17, 2014
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- Catcher Matt Wieters underwent successful Tommy John elbow ligament reconstruction surgery, performed by renowned orthopedist Dr. James Andrews in Gulf Breeze, on Tuesday afternoon. Wieters will miss the rest of this season, but the Orioles are hopeful he will be ready to return by Opening Day next year. A position player's estimated recovery time from the surgery is nine months. In the procedure, the palmaris longus tendon on the palm side of his right wrist was removed to reconstruct the ulnar collateral ligament in his right elbow.
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By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | April 23, 2013
Orioles top prospect Dylan Bundy, shelved since March with right arm tightness, was scheduled to see renowned orthopedic surgeon Dr. James Andrews on Tuesday in Gulf Breeze, Fla., to get a second opinion on what's causing his ongoing discomfort. “We hope to find out that [Andrews] feels the same way that our people do [who] have looked at it,” Orioles manager Buck Showalter said. “We're very supportive of it.” The organization has been deliberate with Bundy's recovery, but the move to seek a second opinion came a day after the right-hander felt lingering discomfort while throwing from 90 feet off flat ground at the team's spring training complex in Sarasota, Fla. It was the first time he had thrown that far since going on the seven-day minor league disabled list April 4. Bundy hasn't pitched from a mound since late March.
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By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | September 30, 2013
The Orioles received good news today after Manny Machado's visit to Dr. James Andrews in Gulf Breeze, Fla. Machado went to see Dr. Andrews to receive a second opinion on his injured left knee, and Andrews' evaluation concurred with that of the Orioles team doctors, according to an industry source. Orioles team orthopedist Dr. John Wilckens recommended a conservative approach of rest and rehab and no surgery. The team hopes Machado can be doing light running drills in six to eight weeks and be ready for spring training.
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By Dan Connolly and The Baltimore Sun | June 28, 2013
Orioles pitching prospect Dylan Bundy did not have any other damage in his right elbow besides the ligament tear that needed to be replaced, according to his agent. Bundy, 20, underwent elbow-ligament-reconstruction (Tommy John) surgery on Thursday in Gulf Breeze, Florida. Renowned surgeon Dr. James Andrews performed the surgery. According to Bundy's agent, Jay Franklin, Andrews discovered no other problems in the elbow/forearm area with the exception of the ligament tear. Normal recovery is about 12 months.
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By Dan Connolly and The Baltimore Sun | June 26, 2013
The Orioles received the bad news Wednesday afternoon that they had been hoping wouldn't come: Top pitching prospect Dylan Bundy will undergo Tommy John ligament-replacement surgery on his right elbow Thursday morning and will be lost for at least a year. Bundy, the 20-year-old phenom who was widely considered baseball's best minor league arm coming into 2013, has not pitched since spring training because of an injury that was originally diagnosed as forearm discomfort and later called a flexor mass strain.
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By Dan Connolly and The Baltimore Sun | April 29, 2013
Orioles top pitching prospect Dylan Bundy underwent an injection of platelet-rich plasma in his sore right forearm/elbow area Monday in Florida and will not do baseball activities for at least six weeks while he rests and rehabs. “It's good news that they're recommending rest and therapy and then a resumption of the throwing program,” Orioles executive vice president Dan Duquette said. “It seems like a bump in the road.” Bundy, 20, has been dealing with tightness in his forearm and elbow since late March.
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By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | April 23, 2013
Orioles top prospect Dylan Bundy, shelved since March with right arm tightness, was scheduled to see renowned orthopedic surgeon Dr. James Andrews on Tuesday in Gulf Breeze, Fla., to get a second opinion on what's causing his ongoing discomfort. “We hope to find out that [Andrews] feels the same way that our people do [who] have looked at it,” Orioles manager Buck Showalter said. “We're very supportive of it.” The organization has been deliberate with Bundy's recovery, but the move to seek a second opinion came a day after the right-hander felt lingering discomfort while throwing from 90 feet off flat ground at the team's spring training complex in Sarasota, Fla. It was the first time he had thrown that far since going on the seven-day minor league disabled list April 4. Bundy hasn't pitched from a mound since late March.
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By Bill Atkinson and Bill Atkinson,SUN STAFF | May 9, 2004
GULF BREEZE, Fla. - On U.S. 98, the crowded main drag that slices across Florida's Panhandle, it's easy to speed past Gulf Breeze. The city, which juts out into the blue waters of Pensacola Bay, is known for two things - its snowy white beaches and UFO sightings. But Gulf Breeze, population 6,189, has another, less public claim to fame - it has floated about $2 billion in tax-free municipal bonds used in recent years to finance everything from a Hyatt Regency hotel in Orlando to sprawling convention and resort projects with casinos built by Baltimore-based Cordish Co. for the Seminole Tribe of Florida.
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By Dan Connolly and The Baltimore Sun | June 26, 2013
The Orioles received the bad news Wednesday afternoon that they had been hoping wouldn't come: Top pitching prospect Dylan Bundy will undergo Tommy John ligament-replacement surgery on his right elbow Thursday morning and will be lost for at least a year. Bundy, the 20-year-old phenom who was widely considered baseball's best minor league arm coming into 2013, has not pitched since spring training because of an injury that was originally diagnosed as forearm discomfort and later called a flexor mass strain.
NEWS
October 30, 2009
On Wednesday, October 28, 2009, PHILIP RENNIE, age 85, passed away after a brief illness. "Phil" was born in Baltimore, MD to William and Minnie Rennie. Phil moved to Lady Lake, FL with his beloved Ina in 1996. After Ina passed away, Phil moved to Gulf Breeze, FL to live near his son, Michael. Phil served as a Marine in the Pacific Theatre during WWII, for 15 years afterwards, he worked as a Master Engraver at Samuel Kirk & Sons in Baltimore. After leaving Samuel Kirk & Sons, Phil worked for the Maryland Army National Guard until his retirement in 1983.
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May 14, 2003
INA BELLE RENNIE, age 77, of Salinas Avenue, Lady Lake, Florida, died Sunday, May 11, 2003. Mrs. Rennie was a retired Registered Nurse for 41 years. Born in Carroll County, Maryland, she moved from Reisterstown, MD in 1996. A member of St. George Episcopal Church, The Villages, Fl. She was an active member of Eastern Star Chapter #73, of Reisterstown, Md., and a member of Lake County Shrine Ladies Auxilary of Tavares. She is survived by her husband, Philip S. Rennie of Lady Lake, Fl.; her sons, Warren E. Chenoweth, of Greak Lakes, Il., Jeffrey L. Chenoweth, of Pikesville, Md., Thomas E. Chenoweth, of Chesapeake, Va., Michael P. Rennie, of Gulf Breeze, Fl.; a sister, Margaret Mackell, of The Villages, Fl.; a niece, Xandra Simonds, of Leesburg, Fl.; and eight grandchildren.
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