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By Peter Schmuck and Peter Schmuck,Peter@schmuck@baltsun.com | June 12, 2009
N ews item: Ravens coach John Harbaugh is one of five current and past NFL head coaches who are headed to the Persian Gulf to take part in the inaugural NFL/USO Coaches Tour. My take: Just shows how quickly Harbaugh has risen in stature since making the jump from Philadelphia Eagles special teams coach to the head coach who led his team to the AFC championship game in his first season. Bonus take: Harbaugh told reporters the other day that he has a lot more to learn about teamwork and commitment from the servicemen and servicewomen over there than they could ever learn from him. That's what you're supposed to say, but you could tell he meant every word of it. News item: Manny Ramirez isn't feeling too guilty about his violation of baseball's steroid policy, telling reporters this week , "I didn't kill nobody ... I didn't rape nobody."
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By Peter Schmuck | June 11, 2009
LOPEZ LAUNCHES A PAIR Orioles starter Jeremy Guthrie has been very vulnerable to the home run ball this season, coming into Wednesday's game having given up 14 in his first 67 1/3 innings of work. Obviously, Mariners second baseman Jose Lopez got the memo, as he hammered a pair of homers to account for much of the Seattle attack. ROBERTS BUSTING OUT? Brian Roberts came back from the recent West Coast trip in a 2-for-26 slump, but seems to be breaking out of it at home. He doubled to lead off the series opener and break a string of 39 at-bats without an extra-base hit and doubled again to open Wednesday night's game.
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September 12, 2008
On Tuesday, September 9, 2008 ROSE H. beloved wife of the late Harry E. Hargadon, Sr.; devoted mother of Harry E. Hargadon, Jr., Charles Safford, Shirley McAllister and her husband Kelley and Marianne Thieme and the late Rose Swanke; sister of the late Joe, James, George, Bobby Undutch and Catherine Hill; grandmother of Laura McDonald and Jeremy McAllister. Friends may call on Friday 3-5 and 7-9 p.m. at the Stallings Funeral Home, P.A. where funeral services will be held on Saturday 9 a.m. Interment Glen Haven Memorial Park.
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By BILL ORDINE | August 13, 2008
BASEBALL Orioles@Indians 7 P.M. [MASN2]: This is a Jeremy Guthrie start for the Orioles, so it means they will likely be in the ballgame. Guthrie (9-8) has won three straight starts and allowed just one run in each of those outings. The Orioles scored nine runs in his last start, but most of the season the offense has let him down. Guthrie was waived by the Indians in early 2007, so he might have extra incentive.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Sun reporter | May 14, 2008
STANTON, Del. -- It has been three years since jockey Jeremy Rose rode Afleet Alex to a stunning victory in the Preakness at Pimlico Race Course. But as he sat on a bench outside the jockeys' room at Delaware Park this week, he still could feel the horse under him, still sense the disaster nearly averted. And still recall it as if he had just finished the race. "At the three-eighths pole, we were still six or seven lengths off it [the lead]," said Rose, excitement touching his voice. "The horse in front of me decided to go out, around Scappy T and another horse.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN REPORTER | May 1, 2008
In his three seasons as the starting goalkeeper for the UMBC men's lacrosse team, Jeremy Blevins has stared down the likes of Johns Hopkins, Maryland and Princeton. His toughest adversaries, however, just might be his housemates. Blevins shares an off-campus house with five other juniors in defensemen Bobby Atwell, Brian Schneider and Steve Settembrino and midfielders Mike Burch and Alex Hopmann. Blevins and Hopmann are considered the "neat freaks" who find themselves in seemingly daily battles to keep the house clean.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and Jeff Zrebiec,Sun reporter | April 24, 2008
SEATTLE -- In organizational meetings during spring training, Orioles officials pondered slotting right-hander Steve Trachsel, and not Jeremy Guthrie, into the No. 1 spot in the rotation. Their logic was that as a veteran, Trachsel, who had 141 wins entering the season, was better prepared to deal with the rigors of occupying that role. He wouldn't be overwhelmed by the high expectations or the challenge of facing the other team's top starter. It's not that Orioles officials felt Guthrie would be, but the right-hander did have just one full major league season of experience and 27 career starts.
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