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May 24, 2011
The recent article on President Obama's interactions with Israel ("Obama sticks to Mideast vision, seeks to calm Israel," May 22) demonstrates how flawed U.S. foreign policy is because of our politicians are always pandering to Israel and its powerful pro-Israel lobby. The U.S. gives Israel $3 billion in military aid every year, our latest weapons technology and our uncritical political support at the U.N. and elsewhere, yet our president has to "soothe Israeli fury over his stance that peace talks should start on the basis of Israel's 1967 borders.
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By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | July 6, 2014
BOSTON - Nelson Cruz's five-hit night helped send Red Sox right-hander John Lackey to an early exit in the Orioles' 7-4 win over Boston in the nightcap of the teams' doubleheader, but after the game, Lackey didn't have much positive to say about Cruz. Cruz was 3-for-3 with a double and homer off Lackey. He doubled and singled off Lackey in his first two at-bats of the game, then hit a towering solo homer down the left-field line that cleared the Green Monster and hit a sign well above it. Cruz also hit an RBI single and a double after Lackey exited.
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NEWS
March 26, 2010
The letter "Obama's no honest broker on Israel " (March 25) is factually incorrect when it states that "East Jerusalem is within Israel's borders." In fact, the entire international community recognizes that Israel is illegally occupying both the West Bank and East Jerusalem and is clearly violating the Geneva Conventions and dozens of U.N. resolutions. The writer asks how our president can be an honest broker in the Middle East, and the obvious answer is that for the past four decades, the U.S. has been a lackey for Israel and its powerful lobby.
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By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | April 2, 2014
After yesterday's off day, the Orioles will play the second game of their three-game season-opening series against the Boston Red Sox tonight at Camden Yards. Right-hander Ubaldo Jimenez will make his Orioles debut tonight against Red Sox right-hander John Lackey. Here are the starting lineups for the two teams: Orioles Nick Markakis RF David Lough LF Adam Jones CF Chris Davis 1B Nelson Cruz DH Matt Wieters C J.J. Hardy SS Ryan Flaherty 3B Steve Lombardozzi 2B Ubaldo Jimenez RHP Red Sox Daniel Nava RF Dustin Pedrioa 2B David Ortiz DH Mike Napoli 1B Jonny Gomes LF Grady Sizemore CF Xander Bogaerts SS A.J. Pierzynski C Will Middlebrooks 3B John Lackey RHP
NEWS
March 19, 2003
On March 15, 2003; CYNTHIA (nee Brown); beloved wife of the late Harry E. Lackey; loving mother of Michael Lackey, Cynthia Scott, Jennifer Simms, Terri Lackey; dear sister of James Brown; sister-in-law of Judy & Frances. Also survived by eleven grandchildren, five great-grandchildren and many other loving family and friends. Friends may call on Wednesday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P.M. at the DONALDSON FUNERAL HOME, P.A., 313 Talbott Ave, Laurel, where Services will be held in the Chapel on Thursday, 1:30 P.M. Interment Meadowridge Park.
NEWS
March 12, 2003
On March 10, 2003, JOHN A. LACKEY SR., beloved husband of the late Winona Lackey; loving father of John A. Lackey Jr., Gary N. Lackey and Frances I. Lewis and husband Edward; devoted brother of Irene Burns, Mary Scelsi, Marge Riser, Art Lackey, Edward Bruno, and the late May Hasselberger, Charles (Butch) Bruno and Thomas Lackey; also survived by four grandchildren, four great-grandchildren and a host of nieces, nephews, relatives and friends. Funeral Services at the family owned and operated Joseph N. Zannino Jr. Funeral Home, 263 S. Conkling St. (at Gough)
NEWS
October 28, 2006
On October 27, 2006, ARTHUR J. LACKEY; devoted father of Ashleigh R. Lackey; beloved uncle of Vesta Scally; special friend of Pauline Kraft; loving brother of Eddie, Mary, Irene, and Marge. Also survived by other loving relatives, friends and Georgie Mae. Christian Wake service at the Charles L. Stevens Funeral Home Inc., 1501 E. Fort Avenue, on Sunday, at 4 P.M. Mass of Christian Burial at Our Lady of Good Counsel Church, 1532 E. Fort Avenue on Monday at 10 A.M. Interment in Lorraine Park Cemetery.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,Contributing Writer | May 21, 1994
There would be no late-game heroics this year. There also would be no second consecutive state championship.Glenelg rallied with four runs in the bottom of the seventh, but Lackey held on for a 6-4 victory over the defending Class 2A state champion in a South Region semifinal yesterday."
NEWS
December 16, 2005
Louana M. Lackey, a ceramics historian and archaeologist, died of cancer Dec. 9 at Gilchrist Center for Hospice Care. The Charles Village resident was 79. Born Louana Mae Engelhart in Champaign, Ill., she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree and a doctorate from American University in Washington. Dr. Lackey researched potters in Central America, Spain and Italy, and wrote about the work of contemporary ceramic artists. Her scholarly articles appeared in American Antiquity, American Ceramics, British Archaeological Reports, Ceramics Monthly and Journal of the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts.
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By Chuck Acquisto and Chuck Acquisto,Special to The Sun | May 21, 1995
Glenelg senior pitcher Sean Lookingbill, whose final season had been marred by injuries, had plenty of motivation heading into yesterday's Class 2A South regional semifinal against fourth-seeded Lackey."
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By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | September 19, 2013
BOSTON - The Orioles had few answers to Boston right-hander John Lackey on Thursday night, and after their 3-1 loss to the Red Sox, there was little consolation in the fact that they left Fenway Park having taken two of three from the team with the best record in the American League. With 10 games remaining in the regular season, the Orioles are on the outside of the AL wild-card picture and need to compile wins with a flurry to clinch their second straight postseason berth. Running into Lackey on Thursday night didn't help.
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By Matt Vensel | October 12, 2011
The Orioles had a hand in the collapse of the Red Sox, taking five games from the playoff pretenders last month. But fried chicken, beer and video games played a bigger role, according to an interesting Boston Globe report. Bob Hohler of The Globe reported that Boston's top starters, Josh Beckett, Jon Lester and John Lackey, have a habit of pigging out and chillaxing in the clubhouse during home games, even critical ones in September. “The indifference of Beckett, Lester, and Lackey in a time of crisis can be seen in what team sources say became their habit of drinking beer, eating fast-food fried chicken, and playing video games in the clubhouse during games while their teammates tried to salvage a once-promising season,” Hohler wrote in a Wednesday report.
NEWS
May 24, 2011
The recent article on President Obama's interactions with Israel ("Obama sticks to Mideast vision, seeks to calm Israel," May 22) demonstrates how flawed U.S. foreign policy is because of our politicians are always pandering to Israel and its powerful pro-Israel lobby. The U.S. gives Israel $3 billion in military aid every year, our latest weapons technology and our uncritical political support at the U.N. and elsewhere, yet our president has to "soothe Israeli fury over his stance that peace talks should start on the basis of Israel's 1967 borders.
NEWS
March 26, 2010
The letter "Obama's no honest broker on Israel " (March 25) is factually incorrect when it states that "East Jerusalem is within Israel's borders." In fact, the entire international community recognizes that Israel is illegally occupying both the West Bank and East Jerusalem and is clearly violating the Geneva Conventions and dozens of U.N. resolutions. The writer asks how our president can be an honest broker in the Middle East, and the obvious answer is that for the past four decades, the U.S. has been a lackey for Israel and its powerful lobby.
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By Dan Connolly and Dan Connolly,dan.connolly@baltsun.com | October 6, 2009
Will the Orioles spend their extra cash?: The Orioles began this season with roughly $77 million owed in salary - including more than $9 million due to ex-Orioles Jay Gibbons and Ramon Hernandez. By shedding expiring contracts, the club has dropped approximately $46.6 million from the 2009 payroll. Heading into 2010, they have about $30 million tied up in six players. They'll pay incremental raises to many of their youngsters and will face arbitration hikes with several more. But the payroll will start significantly below what it was in 2009 - meaning there should be money to tap this winter.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and Jeff Zrebiec,jeff.zrebiec@baltsun.com | August 16, 2009
On the one-year anniversary of Brian Matusz agreeing to terms with the Orioles after they made him the fourth overall pick in the 2008 amateur draft, the left-hander was on the mound at Camden Yards against one of baseball's best lineups and opposite one of the game's best pitchers. Is it all too much too soon? For most of his outing Saturday night, the answer was no. But in a disastrous third inning, Matusz looked very much like a 22-year-old making his third major league start. The Los Angeles Angels benefited from three walks to score five times in the third, giving ace John Lackey more support than he needed in a 5-1 victory over the Orioles in front of an announced 28,770 at Camden Yards.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,Sun Staff Writer | November 3, 1994
Even though Atholton won its opening South Region Class 2A playoff game yesterday against Lackey, 4-0, the Raiders still haven't shaken the inconsistency that has plagued their season.They missed a lot of shots they should have made and gave up scoring opportunities that Lackey (3-9-1) should not have missed.Atholton coach Reg Hahne, who at the beginning of the season expected this team to challenge for a state championship, had mixed feelings about Atholton's play against Lackey ."We played to their level and we can play much better," Hahne said.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | December 13, 1998
INDIAN HEAD -- Three was the magic number for the Hammond Bears at the Lackey Tournament yesterday.The Bears won their third straight Lackey Tournament championship. And the tournament produced three memorable individual firsts.It was the first time that seniors Vaymond Dennis (135 pounds) and Mark Read (145 pounds) won Lackey titles.And it was the first tournament title for Hammond's new head coaches, Paul DiRienzo and Scott Farrow, whose squad bounced back from a season-opening dual- meet loss to South Carroll Wednesday.
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By Todd Karpovich and Todd Karpovich,Special to The Sun | December 1, 2007
No. 5 Hereford opened a big lead against Lackey in last night's 3A state semifinal, but the Chargers refused to quit and changed the momentum of the game with two touchdowns early in the fourth quarter. Things appeared to get worse for the Bulls with a bad snap on a field-goal attempt. However, backup quarterback David Wood picked up the ball and then threw a short pass to Nick DePaola, who ran 12 yards for a touchdown. Bulls coach Steve Turnbaugh said that play proved to be the difference in the game as Hereford advanced to the state final with a 35-20 victory.
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By Patrick Gutierrez and Patrick Gutierrez,SUN REPORTER | November 30, 2007
Guests need to watch their step when entering the bedroom of Hereford running back Lonnie Liggins. The Bulls' leading rusher wouldn't want anyone tripping over his shoes. With a sneaker collection that includes Air Jordans, Air Force Ones and practically every other "Air," the soft-spoken senior with a knack for making big plays could give Foot Locker a run for its money should he decide to open up shop. Not that he'd want to get rid of any of his prized possessions. "Shoes are kind of my thing," Liggins said of his collection, which formed a multicolored perimeter around his bedroom floor, making for easy access to them.
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