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By Kevin Van Valkenburg | September 25, 2003
Maryland running back Sam Maldonado has been suspended indefinitely for a violation of team rules, Terps coach Ralph Friedgen said yesterday. Maldonado, who did not practice yesterday, is the Terps' second-leading rusher with 214 yards this season. Saturday against West Virginia, he led the Terps with 88 yards on 13 carries in Maryland's 34-7 win. Maldonado, a junior, transferred from Ohio State in 2002 and sat out last season as a redshirt. Friedgen would not elaborrate as to what the violation was about.
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By Stephanie Desmon and Stephanie Desmon,Sun reporter | December 27, 2007
The so-called "terrible twos" are so much a part of the American lexicon that even people without children know that 2-year-olds and tantrums are synonymous. What, then, of the threes? Clearly forewarned about the twos, parents often expect to endure one trying year and then move on to an age where "no" is no longer the child's favorite word, where outbursts are no longer the norm. But that's not where the testing ends. As it turns out, "threes" can be a whole lot more terrible than "twos."
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May 25, 2004
On May 22, 2004, NORMA JEAN MALDONADO, beloved wife of the late Edward J. Jaworski, devoted mother of Troliva Lewis, Dawn Susnowitz and Edward Jaworski. She is also survived by seven loving grandchildren. A Memorial Service will be held at Schimunek Funeral Home, Inc., 3331 Brehms Ln., (Mannasota and Erdman Avenues) on Friday at 6 P.M. Please omit flowers and make contributions to The American Diabetes Assn.
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August 18, 2007
A 23-year-old Savage man was sentenced in Howard County Circuit Court yesterday to 30 years in prison in the fatal stabbing of an acquaintance at an Elkridge motel in November. Adrian Maldonado was convicted by a jury in May of second-degree murder in the death of Marvin Walter Harding, 39, of Jessup. The men had been quarreling over a woman outside the Copper Stallion Motel, according to testimony at the trial. Maldonado maintained that he acted in self-defense. In asking Judge Richard S. Bernhardt to impose the maximum penalty of 30 years at yesterday's sentencing, the state's attorney's office outlined Maldonado's lengthy criminal record and introduced letters from Harding's family.
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February 27, 1991
The Milwaukee Brewers invited free-agent outfielder Candy Maldonado to spring training yesterday.Maldonado, 30, comes to camp with the understanding that he must make the club to get a contract.Maldonado batted .273 with 22 homers and 95 RBI for the Cleveland Indians last season.He said earlier this month that he would love to play for the Baltimore Orioles, but that the club's interest dropped considerably after it traded for first baseman Glenn Davis.* METS: Frank Viola, who won 20 games last season, said he will go at full speed despite the discovery of four bone spurs in his left elbow.
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By Peter Schmuck and Peter Schmuck,Sun Staff Correspondent | February 23, 1991
SARASOTA, Fla. -- The Baltimore Orioles continue to express at least a passing interest in free-agent outfielder Candy Maldonado, who remains unsigned with just four days left before position players are required to report to spring training.Orioles general manager Roland Hemond confirmed that he has spoken recently with Chuck Berry, who represents Maldonado, but says, "Nothing seems to be happening."Maldonado is the most prominent name on baseball's unwanted list, even though he had 22 home runs and 95 RBI for the Cleveland Indians last year.
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August 10, 1991
The Toronto Blue Jays, looking to bolster their offense in their drive for the American League East title, acquired outfielder Candy Maldonado from the Milwaukee Brewers yesterday for a minor-league pitcher and a player to be named.Maldonado, 30, missed more than two months earlier this season with a broken bone in his right foot. In 34 games, he batted .207 with five homers and 20 RBI.To make room for him on the roster, the Blue Jays designated outfielder Cory Snyder for assignment. Snyder, acquired from the Chicago White Sox on July 14, batted .107 with the Blue Jays in 28 at-bats.
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By Kevin Van Valkenburg and Kevin Van Valkenburg,SUN STAFF | September 24, 2004
COLLEGE PARK - Last season was a tough year for Maryland running back Sammy Maldonado. He was suspended in midseason by Terps coach Ralph Friedgen for breaking a team rule, and when he returned to the team, he blew out his knee just when he started to get significant playing time. Three games into the 2004 season, things couldn't be more different. Maldonado's knee is strong and healthy, he's back in Friedgen's good graces, and so far, he's been Maryland's most effective offensive weapon.
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By Peter Schmuck | February 12, 1991
Free-agent outfielder Candy Maldonado said yesterday that he would like to play for the Baltimore Orioles, but conceded that the club's interest dropped considerably after the Glenn Davis trade."
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By Peter Schmuck and Peter Schmuck,Staff Writer | October 21, 1992
TORONTO -- The Toronto Blue Jays have a secret weapon and it may be oft-criticized manager Cito Gaston. Just ask the heroes of last night's 3-2 victory over the Atlanta Braves in Game 3 of the 89th World Series.It was Gaston who took Candy Maldonado aside a few minutes before zero hour and told him he was going to be the one to win the first World Series game ever played outside the United States.It was Gaston who told reporters before the game that he wasn't concerned about Kelly Gruber's record-tying 0-for-22 postseason slump.
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By Melissa Harris and Melissa Harris,sun reporter | May 25, 2007
A Howard County jury convicted a Savage man yesterday of second-degree murder in the November stabbing of an acquaintance at the Copper Stallion Motel on U.S. 1 in Elkridge. Deliberating for 7 1/2 hours after a three-day trial, the jury determined that Adrian Maldonado, 23, known as "Dre," did not act in self-defense when he stabbed Marvin Walter Harding in his heart, thigh and hands as they quarreled over Harding's girlfriend, with whom both men were apparently involved. During opening arguments, prosecutor Stacy Mayer characterized the case as being "about the inequities of bringing a knife to an argument."
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By Melissa Harris and Melissa Harris,sun reporter | November 10, 2006
A 22-year-old man from Savage has been charged with first-degree murder in the stabbing death of a 39-year-old acquaintance outside a motel on U.S. 1 in Jessup on Wednesday. Adrian Maldonado was being held in the Howard County Detention Center yesterday awaiting a bail hearing, which is scheduled for Monday. He is accused of killing Marvin Walter Harding of Lincoln Drive in Jessup, who was found lying on a sidewalk with multiple stab wounds about 6 p.m. Harding was pronounced dead at Howard County General Hospital.
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By Lucie Snodgrass and Lucie Snodgrass,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | June 5, 2005
When first-time home sellers Linette Maldonado and her husband, Jorge, decided to put their Ellicott City townhouse on the market, they weren't sure how to get it ready for sale. "We had lived in the house for 12 years and I didn't know where to begin," said Linette Maldonado, a customer service representative with American Airlines. For help, they contacted Bonnie McIlvaine, an agent with Coldwell Banker in Ellicott City and one of a growing number of Accredited Staging Professionals.
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By Richard Fausset and Richard Fausset,LOS ANGELES TIMES | April 30, 2005
Aspiring rappers Mike Siehien and Erik Maldonado have never met. Siehien, 27, lives in Santa Monica, Calif., in a one-bedroom apartment; Maldonado, 25, is a freelance Web designer in the Bronx borough of New York. Yet on a recent weeknight, Siehien spit out a furious rhyme that mocked Maldonado's rap skills, questioned his manhood and let him know where he stands in the vast hip-hop pecking order: "You can't hold a candle to this vandal who manhandles you," Siehien raged. After a long day processing mortgage loans, Siehien uploaded the song to a free Web server, then posted a link to the song on Maldonado's Web site, www.hiphoppoetry.
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By Kevin Van Valkenburg and Kevin Van Valkenburg,SUN STAFF | September 24, 2004
COLLEGE PARK - Last season was a tough year for Maryland running back Sammy Maldonado. He was suspended in midseason by Terps coach Ralph Friedgen for breaking a team rule, and when he returned to the team, he blew out his knee just when he started to get significant playing time. Three games into the 2004 season, things couldn't be more different. Maldonado's knee is strong and healthy, he's back in Friedgen's good graces, and so far, he's been Maryland's most effective offensive weapon.
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By Kevin Van Valkenburg and Kevin Van Valkenburg,SUN STAFF | August 12, 2004
COLLEGE PARK -- Sam Maldonado will be the first to admit that patience has never been one of his strongest character traits. Some running backs, like Maryland's Josh Allen, thrive by picking their spots, by taking the handoff, waiting for a hole to develop, then surging through the line with a burst of speed. Maldonado chooses to do just the opposite. When it was his turn to spell Allen and starter Bruce Perry last season, he'd take the handoff as if he were fired out of a cannon, smashing into anyone who dared step in front of him. His bruising style earned him the nickname "Sammy the Bull," as well as big chunks of playing time last year (when he averaged 6.0 yards a carry)
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By Lisa Goldberg and Lisa Goldberg,SUN STAFF | June 13, 2003
The last of three men charged in the fatal beating of their roommate during a fight in a wooded area in Columbia last year pleaded guilty yesterday to second-degree murder. The man, William D. Maldonado, said the victim, Antonio Ayala, was the first to land a blow in a scuffle that involved all four roommates, prosecutors said. He admitted hitting Ayala with a piece of wood and with rocks before he and the other two men, cousins Marcos and Reyes Escalante, dragged Ayala to a rocky stream behind Flowerstock Row, prosecutors said.
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By Kevin Van Valkenburg and Kevin Van Valkenburg,SUN STAFF | August 12, 2004
COLLEGE PARK -- Sam Maldonado will be the first to admit that patience has never been one of his strongest character traits. Some running backs, like Maryland's Josh Allen, thrive by picking their spots, by taking the handoff, waiting for a hole to develop, then surging through the line with a burst of speed. Maldonado chooses to do just the opposite. When it was his turn to spell Allen and starter Bruce Perry last season, he'd take the handoff as if he were fired out of a cannon, smashing into anyone who dared step in front of him. His bruising style earned him the nickname "Sammy the Bull," as well as big chunks of playing time last year (when he averaged 6.0 yards a carry)
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May 25, 2004
On May 22, 2004, NORMA JEAN MALDONADO, beloved wife of the late Edward J. Jaworski, devoted mother of Troliva Lewis, Dawn Susnowitz and Edward Jaworski. She is also survived by seven loving grandchildren. A Memorial Service will be held at Schimunek Funeral Home, Inc., 3331 Brehms Ln., (Mannasota and Erdman Avenues) on Friday at 6 P.M. Please omit flowers and make contributions to The American Diabetes Assn.
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By Kevin Van Valkenburg | September 25, 2003
Maryland running back Sam Maldonado has been suspended indefinitely for a violation of team rules, Terps coach Ralph Friedgen said yesterday. Maldonado, who did not practice yesterday, is the Terps' second-leading rusher with 214 yards this season. Saturday against West Virginia, he led the Terps with 88 yards on 13 carries in Maryland's 34-7 win. Maldonado, a junior, transferred from Ohio State in 2002 and sat out last season as a redshirt. Friedgen would not elaborrate as to what the violation was about.
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