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By Jeff Barker and Jeff Barker,SUN STAFF | September 30, 2004
WASHINGTON - It was 33 years ago today that Washington Senators fans stormed the field at RFK Stadium in the ninth inning of a game with the New York Yankees. It was as if the Senators had won the pennant. But, of course, they hadn't. Rather, the fans were simply trying to collect souvenirs in the final game before the Senators relocated to Texas and became the Rangers. It was the last night Washington could claim a team of its own. In the final indignity for the downtrodden franchise, the fans damaged the field enough to render it unplayable, and the Senators had to forfeit the game, even though they were leading 7-5 with two outs in the top of the ninth.
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By Larry Carson and Larry Carson,SUN STAFF | January 17, 2003
Cingular Wireless has credited 88,000 customers, mainly in Howard County, for $427,000 in mistaken charges for a new telephone tax imposed by Prince George's County, Howard consumer affairs administrator Stephen D. Hannan said. "This turned out to be a lot more than I thought," Hannan said, recalling estimates he made in October that maybe 15,000 customers had been overcharged $4 to $5 each. "We're asking Cingular Wireless customers to review their bills of the last two months to determine if they received a credit for the original erroneous charge," Hannan said in announcing the scope of the overcharges.
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By Stephanie Shapiro and Stephanie Shapiro,SUN STAFF | September 22, 2002
Glamorous even in denim, B. Smith plumbs the crustacean mysteries of Bo Brooks' kitchen in Canton. Powdered for prime time, Chris Hannan, manager of the family-owned restaurant, explains to Smith the difference in taste between jimmies and females, while a glistening pile of large blue crabs wriggle on a stainless steel counter. Entering its sixth season, the half-hour, syndicated show, B. Smith with Style, has come to Baltimore on a brilliant late summer day to discover one of the city's most telegenic commodities.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | December 12, 2001
Tommy Hannan has fallen in love with the University of Texas and Austin. There are no daily nightmares on the Baltimore Beltway for the former Mount St. Joseph record-breaking swimmer, and Hannan enjoys a slower and friendlier pace of life. That's just for starters for the 2000 Olympic gold-medal winner in the 400-medley relay in Sydney, Australia. The senior is part of a collegiate swimming dynasty. Texas has not lost a conference meet in 22 years and has won the NCAA men's championship two of the past three years.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,SUN STAFF | March 27, 2001
Last September, Baltimoreans Michael Phelps and Tommy Hannan represented the United States at the 2000 Olympics in Sydney, Australia. They will spend the rest of this week at the Spring Nationals in Austin, Texas, attempting to earn berths in the biggest meet of this year, the world championships that will be held in Japan this summer. The Spring Nationals start today and run through Sunday at the University of Texas, in Hannan's home pool. Phelps, a 15-year-old sophomore at Towson High, was the youngest male to swim for the United States in the Olympics since 1932, and he will resume his chase of Tom Malchow in the 200 butterfly.
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By JEFF ZREBIEC | February 23, 2001
Division I Mount St. Mary's 2000 record: 8-8 Coach: Tom Gravante (45-51, seventh season). Conference: Metro Atlantic Top returning point-getter: Nick DeFelice, senior A (18 and 19). Also back: Mark Cox, junior A; Matt Radebaugh, junior A; Kevin Merlini, sophomore A; Bryan Cole, senior M; Matt Downs, senior M; Graham Davids, sophomore LSM; Sean Mahon, junior D; Brandon Bigos, sophomore D. Key additions: Ian Valladares, freshman M; Ian Cassidy, junior M (transfer Herkimer CC); Rob Worthing, senior D (Severna Park)
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,SUN STAFF | September 24, 2000
SYDNEY, Australia - Tommy Hannan won an Olympic gold medal without getting in the pool yesterday. A 20-year-old graduate of Mount St. Joseph High and member of the Eagle Swim Team, Hannan swam in the preliminaries of the 400 medley relay Friday. The United States made three substitutions for yesterday's final, and Hannan watched as his American teammates set a world record of 3 minutes, 33.73 seconds. Hannan didn't participate in the medal awards ceremony, but those who swim in the prelims of relays receive the same medal as their nation's finalists.
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By SYDNEY, Australia | September 22, 2000
SYDNEY, Australia - Tommy Hannan will be in the stands at the International Aquatic Centre tomorrow, cheering on American teammates who can make him an Olympic gold medalist. Hannan swam the butterfly leg for the United States in the preliminaries of the 400 medley relay this morning. Advancement to the final, which will climax eight days of record-setting at the IAC, was a formality for the Americans, as Hannan joined Neil Walker, Ed Moses and Jason Lezak with the third-fastest qualifying time, behind the Germans and Hungarians.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,SUN STAFF | September 21, 2000
SYDNEY, Australia - Tommy Hannan had some work to do to get into the Olympic final of the 100-meter butterfly and earn a berth on the United States' 400 medley relay team. Third in his heat, Hannan was 11th fastest among the 62 men who competed in the preliminaries of the 100 fly. A 1998 graduate of Mount St. Joseph High School, Hannan advanced to tonight's semifinals, which were to be held at 5:05 a.m. Baltimore time, today. Only the eight fastest will get to swim in tomorrow's final at the International Aquatic Centre.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,SUN STAFF | September 20, 2000
SYDNEY, Australia - Tommy Hannan doesn't mind being a long shot at the Olympics. He knows the drill, because that's the role he took to the U.S. trials. A 1998 graduate of Mount St. Joseph High School, Hannan went to the swim trials in Indianapolis last month as an afterthought in the 100-meter butterfly. He finished second, posted the third-fastest time ever by an American and delayed his junior year at the University of Texas to come Down Under. The 100 fly preliminaries and semifinals will be held tomorrow at the International Aquatic Center.
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