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By Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | October 5, 2011
The Voltaggio Brothers will appear one night only, Oct. 18, at Harry Grove Stadium in Frederick, Md. The event is not, sadly, the Voltaggio Brothers on Ice (which would be awesome!), but it is pretty cool. VOLT Night at Harry Grove Stadium is a party the Frederick natives are throwing in advance of the release of their cookbook, VOLT ink.: Recipes. Stories. Brothers (Olive Press). The book has an official release date of Oct. 25, but the Voltaggio brothers will be signing copies at the party.
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By Pamela Wood, The Baltimore Sun | August 14, 2014
Francis Scott Key is so closely identified with Fort McHenry that the South Baltimore landmark is considered the go-to place to learn how the 15-starred American flag that flew after the fort's bombardment 200 years ago inspired him to write the poem that became the national anthem. But those wishing to pay their final respects to the lawyer-turned-poet could also head 50 miles west to Frederick, where Key is buried in a sprawling cemetery that runs along U.S. 40 where it shares the roadway with busy Interstate 70. "Key always wanted to be buried in the shadow of the Catoctin Mountains," said Ron Pearcey, the superintendent of Mount Olivet Cemetery.
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By Jon Meoli and The Baltimore Sun | June 2, 2014
It would have been enough for the announced 5,021 at Harry Grove Stadium on Sunday for Frederick's 4-1 win over Wilmington to see the Keys top a prospect-laden Blue Rocks team. But then the game ended, and things got really exciting. The Keys arranged for a helicopter to fly over left field and drop 100 pounds of candy onto the outfield grass, capping off a diverse weekend of promotions for the Orioles' High-A affiliate. Friday was "Girls Night Out," which featured a diamond dig in the infield after the game.
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By Jon Meoli and The Baltimore Sun | June 25, 2014
After a tough first half, the Frederick Keys have received lineup and bullpen reinforcements that could improve the team's fortunes in the Carolina League. Frederick received infielder Michael Almanzar on a rehab assignment, plus first baseman Trey Mancini, outfielder Mike Yastrzemski, and reliever Jimmy Yacabonis from Low Class-A Delmarva in the past week, and though the team is 1-5 in the second half so far and those four players haven't done much, it represents a big step for both the ballclub and those players.
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By Jon Meoli and The Baltimore Sun | June 25, 2014
After a tough first half, the Frederick Keys have received lineup and bullpen reinforcements that could improve the team's fortunes in the Carolina League. Frederick received infielder Michael Almanzar on a rehab assignment, plus first baseman Trey Mancini, outfielder Mike Yastrzemski, and reliever Jimmy Yacabonis from Low Class-A Delmarva in the past week, and though the team is 1-5 in the second half so far and those four players haven't done much, it represents a big step for both the ballclub and those players.
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By Lori Sears | April 4, 2002
Keys' Opening Night There's nothing like Opening Day. It's that affirmation of spring, that anticipation and hope for a winning baseball season and those tempting smells of ballpark fare. It's a joyous day. Unless, of course, you don't have tickets. The Orioles, however, are not the only game in town. So while Opening Day is over, Opening Night for the Frederick Keys is tomorrow, and tickets are still available. The Single-A affiliate for the Orioles, the Keys are stationed at Harry Grove Stadium in Frederick.
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By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | August 18, 2012
Kevin Gausman, the Orioles' first-round pick in this June's draft, allowed four runs -- including a pair of home runs -- in his debut for High-A Frederick on Saturday night against the Winston-Salem Dash at Harry Grove Stadium. Gausman, the draft's fourth overall pick, yielded both homers to Keenyn Walker, a solo shot to left to lead off the first inning and a three-run inside-the-park homer in the second inning on a ball to center field. After Gausman allowed the second homer to Walker, he retired the final four batters he faced.
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By Jon Meoli | May 26, 2012
Dylan Bundy might be the future of the Orioles' rotation, but the future is now for the High-A Frederick Keys, who have pulled out all the stops for the 2011 first-round pick's Carolina League debut Saturday night against the Salem Red Sox. The team opened the gates to Harry Grove Stadium early after a sparsely attended concert by the Milkshakes, a local Grammy-nominated children's group, and with about 45 minutes remaining before the first pitch,...
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By Pat O'Malley | December 15, 1991
Battling cancer and trying to shake the aftereffects of chemotherapy, Charley Eckman is still Charley Eckman. The guy forever will be fighting to save horse racing in Maryland and contributing to great ideas to make the state as good as it can be in sports.Eckman, the longtime Glen Burnie resident who was one of the five inaugural inductees into the Anne Arundel County Sports Hall of Fame in October, stillis pushing hard for simulcast betting on the ponies to become a reality in Maryland.
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By Pamela Wood, The Baltimore Sun | August 14, 2014
Francis Scott Key is so closely identified with Fort McHenry that the South Baltimore landmark is considered the go-to place to learn how the 15-starred American flag that flew after the fort's bombardment 200 years ago inspired him to write the poem that became the national anthem. But those wishing to pay their final respects to the lawyer-turned-poet could also head 50 miles west to Frederick, where Key is buried in a sprawling cemetery that runs along U.S. 40 where it shares the roadway with busy Interstate 70. "Key always wanted to be buried in the shadow of the Catoctin Mountains," said Ron Pearcey, the superintendent of Mount Olivet Cemetery.
SPORTS
By Jon Meoli and The Baltimore Sun | June 2, 2014
It would have been enough for the announced 5,021 at Harry Grove Stadium on Sunday for Frederick's 4-1 win over Wilmington to see the Keys top a prospect-laden Blue Rocks team. But then the game ended, and things got really exciting. The Keys arranged for a helicopter to fly over left field and drop 100 pounds of candy onto the outfield grass, capping off a diverse weekend of promotions for the Orioles' High-A affiliate. Friday was "Girls Night Out," which featured a diamond dig in the infield after the game.
SPORTS
By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | August 18, 2012
Kevin Gausman, the Orioles' first-round pick in this June's draft, allowed four runs -- including a pair of home runs -- in his debut for High-A Frederick on Saturday night against the Winston-Salem Dash at Harry Grove Stadium. Gausman, the draft's fourth overall pick, yielded both homers to Keenyn Walker, a solo shot to left to lead off the first inning and a three-run inside-the-park homer in the second inning on a ball to center field. After Gausman allowed the second homer to Walker, he retired the final four batters he faced.
SPORTS
By Jon Meoli | May 26, 2012
Dylan Bundy might be the future of the Orioles' rotation, but the future is now for the High-A Frederick Keys, who have pulled out all the stops for the 2011 first-round pick's Carolina League debut Saturday night against the Salem Red Sox. The team opened the gates to Harry Grove Stadium early after a sparsely attended concert by the Milkshakes, a local Grammy-nominated children's group, and with about 45 minutes remaining before the first pitch,...
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By Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | October 5, 2011
The Voltaggio Brothers will appear one night only, Oct. 18, at Harry Grove Stadium in Frederick, Md. The event is not, sadly, the Voltaggio Brothers on Ice (which would be awesome!), but it is pretty cool. VOLT Night at Harry Grove Stadium is a party the Frederick natives are throwing in advance of the release of their cookbook, VOLT ink.: Recipes. Stories. Brothers (Olive Press). The book has an official release date of Oct. 25, but the Voltaggio brothers will be signing copies at the party.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Lori Sears | April 4, 2002
Keys' Opening Night There's nothing like Opening Day. It's that affirmation of spring, that anticipation and hope for a winning baseball season and those tempting smells of ballpark fare. It's a joyous day. Unless, of course, you don't have tickets. The Orioles, however, are not the only game in town. So while Opening Day is over, Opening Night for the Frederick Keys is tomorrow, and tickets are still available. The Single-A affiliate for the Orioles, the Keys are stationed at Harry Grove Stadium in Frederick.
NEWS
By Pat O'Malley | December 15, 1991
Battling cancer and trying to shake the aftereffects of chemotherapy, Charley Eckman is still Charley Eckman. The guy forever will be fighting to save horse racing in Maryland and contributing to great ideas to make the state as good as it can be in sports.Eckman, the longtime Glen Burnie resident who was one of the five inaugural inductees into the Anne Arundel County Sports Hall of Fame in October, stillis pushing hard for simulcast betting on the ponies to become a reality in Maryland.
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By From Staff Reports | April 20, 1994
FREDERICK -- Michael Meggers went 2-for-4 with four RBIs, two runs and a home run to lead the Winston-Salem Spirit (5-6) over the Frederick Keys (6-6), 6-4, in a Carolina League game at Harry Grove Stadium last night.Calvin Maduro gave up five runs in six innings for the loss.
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By From Staff Reports | June 2, 1993
"TC FREDERICK -- Fel Mercedes went 3-for-4 with an RBI to lead the Frederick Keys over the Winston-Salem Spirit, 5-1, in a Single-A Carolina League game at Harry Grove Stadium last night.Winning pitcher Mark Smith went seven innings, allowing six hits and one run, and struck out four. David Paveloff pitched two scoreless innings for the save.
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