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December 19, 2005
On December 18, 2005, PEGGY J. M. D. S. (nee Jones); devoted wife of Robert Leroy Kile; beloved mother of Kimberly Pember and Kenneth James Lee Lanham. Interment private. Arrangements by the Schimunek Funeral Home of Bel Air.
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December 19, 2005
On December 18, 2005, PEGGY J. M. D. S. (nee Jones); devoted wife of Robert Leroy Kile; beloved mother of Kimberly Pember and Kenneth James Lee Lanham. Interment private. Arrangements by the Schimunek Funeral Home of Bel Air.
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By Joe Christensen and Joe Christensen,SUN STAFF | June 23, 2002
SAN FRANCISCO - For Orioles manager Mike Hargrove, yesterday's news of the death of St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Darryl Kile stirred memories of 1993, when the Cleveland Indians lost two pitchers in a boating accident. Hargrove was in his third season as Cleveland manager when Steve Olin and Tim Crews were killed while riding in a boat during spring training in Florida. Another pitcher, Bobby Ojeda, survived the crash. "The Cardinals have a long road ahead of them," Hargrove said. "I don't envy them at all, but they're good people.
NEWS
April 30, 2004
Suddenly, on April 28, 2004, ROSE T. WADE, of Lutherville. Beloved wife of the late George W. Wade; devoted mother of Carolyn W. Langston and her husband Warren, and Eileen M. Wade; loving grandmother of Daphne Vasold and her husband Phillip, and April Emrich; great grandmother of Theyen Kile, Lauren Kile, and Alexander Vasold. Friends may call at THE JOHNSON FUNERAL HOME, P.A., 8521 Loch Raven Blvd. (beltway exit 29B), on Friday, from 7 to 9 P.M. Family and friends are invited to attend services on Saturday at 11 A.M. Interment in Dulaney Valley Memorial Gardens.
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June 14, 2000
The most searing memory for St. Louis starter Darryl Kile of his 10th victory will be the line drive off Damlan Jackson's bat that screamed into his glove and left him sitting on the mound, gather-ing his senses. He looked into his glove to see if the ball was still there. "I was actually looking to see if it was deformed," Kile said after beating the host San Diego Padres 8-3 on yesterday to become the third 10-game winner in the majors. "I've had a few balls hit at me. That was by far the hardest one that happened to find my glove."
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By Peter Schmuck and Peter Schmuck,SUN STAFF | November 10, 1999
DANA POINT, Calif. -- Orioles officials continued to explore possible player moves at the general managers' meetings yesterday at the scenic Ritz-Carlton Hotel, but the most intriguing trade talks involving the club may have taken place during the World Series.Colorado Rockies general manager Dan O'Dowd confirmed that the clubs talked about possible trade combinations involving controversial Orioles superstar Albert Belle and Rockies stars Dante Bichette and Darryl Kile, but could not agree on a suitable package.
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By Teddy Greenstein and Shia Kapos and Teddy Greenstein and Shia Kapos,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | June 23, 2002
CHICAGO - With 35,000 fans looking on, a baseball team confronted tragedy yesterday. St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Darryl Kile, 33, was found dead in his downtown Chicago hotel room shortly before his teammates were to play the Cubs at Wrigley Field. Major League Baseball commissioner Bud Selig immediately postponed the game. Chicago Police Lt. Michael Chasen, commanding officer for Area 3 Homicide, said there were no signs of trauma, forced entry or foul play. "It appears he died in his bed, in his sleep," Chasen said.
NEWS
April 30, 2004
Suddenly, on April 28, 2004, ROSE T. WADE, of Lutherville. Beloved wife of the late George W. Wade; devoted mother of Carolyn W. Langston and her husband Warren, and Eileen M. Wade; loving grandmother of Daphne Vasold and her husband Phillip, and April Emrich; great grandmother of Theyen Kile, Lauren Kile, and Alexander Vasold. Friends may call at THE JOHNSON FUNERAL HOME, P.A., 8521 Loch Raven Blvd. (beltway exit 29B), on Friday, from 7 to 9 P.M. Family and friends are invited to attend services on Saturday at 11 A.M. Interment in Dulaney Valley Memorial Gardens.
SPORTS
January 8, 2003
2003 voting Hall of Fame voting results (496 votes were cast; 372 were needed for election; x-elected): Player..................Votes......Player..........Votes x-Eddie Murray.......423.......Dave Parker... 51 x-Gary Carter 387 Fernando Valenzuela 31 Bruce Sutter 266 Keith Hernandez 30 Jim Rice 259..................Darryl Kile 7 Andre Dawson 248 Vince Coleman 3 Ryne Sandberg 244 Brett Butler 2 Lee Smith 210 Sid Fernandez 2 Rich Gossage 209 Rick Honeycutt 2, Bert Blyleven 145 Tony Pena 2 Steve Garvey 138 Darren Daulton 1 Jim Kaat 130 Mark Davis 1 Tommy John 116 Danny Tartabull 1 Jack Morris 113 Danny Jackson 0 Alan Trammell 70 Mickey Tettleton 0 Don Mattingly 68 Mitch Williams 0 Dale Murphy 58 Todd Worrell 0 Dave Concepcion 55 Note: Kaat, Kile, Coleman, Butler, Fernandez, Honeycutt, Pena, Daulton, Davis, Tartabull, Jackson, Tettleton, Williams and Worrell are no longer eligible for election by the Baseball Writers Association of America.
SPORTS
September 8, 1997
Astros: Darryl Kile failed to pitch at least seven innings for the second time in 31 starts. It was his shortest outing since going 3 2/3 innings in an 8-6 loss at Montreal April 30. Kile is 4-9 lifetime against the Giants, his most losses against any team.Athletics: Oakland had its seventh consecutive games with at least 10 hits.Cubs: Ryne Sandberg was a late scratch because of lower back spasms. The crowd of 25,523 raised the home season total to 2,004,160, the 11th time the team has topped 2 million in attendance.
SPORTS
January 8, 2003
2003 voting Hall of Fame voting results (496 votes were cast; 372 were needed for election; x-elected): Player..................Votes......Player..........Votes x-Eddie Murray.......423.......Dave Parker... 51 x-Gary Carter 387 Fernando Valenzuela 31 Bruce Sutter 266 Keith Hernandez 30 Jim Rice 259..................Darryl Kile 7 Andre Dawson 248 Vince Coleman 3 Ryne Sandberg 244 Brett Butler 2 Lee Smith 210 Sid Fernandez 2 Rich Gossage 209 Rick Honeycutt 2, Bert Blyleven 145 Tony Pena 2 Steve Garvey 138 Darren Daulton 1 Jim Kaat 130 Mark Davis 1 Tommy John 116 Danny Tartabull 1 Jack Morris 113 Danny Jackson 0 Alan Trammell 70 Mickey Tettleton 0 Don Mattingly 68 Mitch Williams 0 Dale Murphy 58 Todd Worrell 0 Dave Concepcion 55 Note: Kaat, Kile, Coleman, Butler, Fernandez, Honeycutt, Pena, Daulton, Davis, Tartabull, Jackson, Tettleton, Williams and Worrell are no longer eligible for election by the Baseball Writers Association of America.
SPORTS
October 8, 2002
Woody Williams probably will get a shot at starting in the NL Championship Series for the St. Louis Cardinals after missing the Division Series with a pulled muscle in his left side. Williams threw 20-25 pitches from the mound Sunday, the day after the Cardinals completed their first-round sweep of the Arizona Diamondbacks, and played catch yesterday. He could get a start as early as Game 2 of the NLCS on Thursday night. Manager Tony La Russa said the team would wait until tomorrow, the morning of Game 1, before making its roster final for the second round of the playoffs.
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By Shia Kapos and Michael Hirsley and Shia Kapos and Michael Hirsley,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | June 24, 2002
CHICAGO - St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Darryl Kile complained of shoulder pain and weakness the night before he died, possible warning signs that he had heart problems, officials said yesterday. An autopsy on Kile, 33, revealed an 80 to 90 percent narrowing of two of his three coronary arteries, and that his heart was nearly 25 percent larger than normal, said Dr. Edmund Donoghue, the Cook County, Ill., medical examiner. Donoghue said he believed Kile's condition, known as coronary atheroscleroris or hardening of the arteries, brought on an erratic heartbeat that caused his death.
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By Joe Christensen and Joe Christensen,SUN STAFF | June 23, 2002
SAN FRANCISCO - For Orioles manager Mike Hargrove, yesterday's news of the death of St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Darryl Kile stirred memories of 1993, when the Cleveland Indians lost two pitchers in a boating accident. Hargrove was in his third season as Cleveland manager when Steve Olin and Tim Crews were killed while riding in a boat during spring training in Florida. Another pitcher, Bobby Ojeda, survived the crash. "The Cardinals have a long road ahead of them," Hargrove said. "I don't envy them at all, but they're good people.
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By Teddy Greenstein and Shia Kapos and Teddy Greenstein and Shia Kapos,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | June 23, 2002
CHICAGO - With 35,000 fans looking on, a baseball team confronted tragedy yesterday. St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Darryl Kile, 33, was found dead in his downtown Chicago hotel room shortly before his teammates were to play the Cubs at Wrigley Field. Major League Baseball commissioner Bud Selig immediately postponed the game. Chicago Police Lt. Michael Chasen, commanding officer for Area 3 Homicide, said there were no signs of trauma, forced entry or foul play. "It appears he died in his bed, in his sleep," Chasen said.
SPORTS
September 2, 2000
Quote: "We're playing with house chips the rest of the way." - manager John Boles, whose Marlins matched last year's 64 victories early in the week It's a fact: The Giants enter September leading their division for the first time since 1993. They won 103 games that season, but were edged out by the Braves. Who's hot: The Rockies' bullpen gave up two runs and nine hits with a 1.06 ERA in 17 innings on its recent six-game road trip. Who's not: The Dodgers' Carlos Perez has allowed 22 first-inning runs in 21 starts.
SPORTS
October 3, 1997
Pitching matchups for the rest of the two National League Division Series:Astros vs. Braves* Game 4: Kile (19-7, 2.57) vs. Neagle (20-5, 2.97)* Game 5: Hampton (15-10, 3.83) vs. Maddux (19-4, 2.20)Giants vs. Marlins* Game 4: Gardner (12-9, 4.29) vs. Saunders (4-6, 4.61)* Game 5: Rueter (13-6, 3.45) vs. Brown (16-8, 2.69)* -- if necessaryPub Date: 10/03/97
SPORTS
June 13, 2000
Quote: "Why not when your ERA is 6.34?" - Phillies' Curt Schilling, when asked why he was throwing batting practice It's a fact: Mets left fielder Jason Tyner has not hit a home run in 1,160 professional at-bats. Nor did he homer in 794 aluminum-bat ABs at Texas A&M. Who's hot: The Cardinals continue to be the best draw on the road, averaging 35,566 fans in 29 dates. Who's not: The Pirates have lost six of nine. On deck: The Cardinals' Darryl Kile faces the Padres tonight, going for his 10th victory.
SPORTS
June 14, 2000
The most searing memory for St. Louis starter Darryl Kile of his 10th victory will be the line drive off Damlan Jackson's bat that screamed into his glove and left him sitting on the mound, gather-ing his senses. He looked into his glove to see if the ball was still there. "I was actually looking to see if it was deformed," Kile said after beating the host San Diego Padres 8-3 on yesterday to become the third 10-game winner in the majors. "I've had a few balls hit at me. That was by far the hardest one that happened to find my glove."
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