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By Kent Baker | July 19, 1991
Outfielder Mark Smith, the Baltimore Orioles' first-round pick in the amateur draft last month, signed with the club yesterday.No contract terms were disclosed, but assistant general manager Doug Melvin said, "All the first-rounders fall in line with the other signings."Smith's agent, Arn Tellum, said his client, the ninth selection in the draft, received a bonus higher than that of all the first-rounders signed so far, except for that of David McCarthy, the No. 3 choice overall ($400,000)
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By Aaron Wilson and The Baltimore Sun | August 27, 2014
In less than two weeks, the Ravens' secondary will be tasked with covering the Cincinnati Bengals' multidimensional receiving corps, headlined by Pro Bowl wide receiver A.J. Green. The Ravens are crossing their fingers that their top cornerbacks will be healthy enough to cover Green and wide receivers Marvin Jones and Mohamed Sanu. Lardarius Webb hasn't practiced since July 25, when he first hurt his lower back. The Ravens are hopeful that he'll begin practicing by the end of this week, as he's made significant progress in his rehabilitation.
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By Jason LaCanfora and Jason LaCanfora,SUN STAFF | June 18, 1996
The second stage of Jeffrey Hammonds' career begins today in Pawtucket, R.I.It's hardly Fenway Park or Camden Yards, but Hammonds, 25, a big-leaguer since 1993, is willing to do another tour of Triple-A ballparks with the Rochester Red Wings in his quest to become a star at the major-league level. It drives him.Hammonds was dubbed a can't-miss prospect after being taken fourth overall in the 1992 draft, and he had always thought of himself as an impact player -- until this year.He was hitting .237 with just six home runs and 19 RBIs in nearly 200 at-bats this season, so Mark Smith was recalled from Rochester yesterday to take his spot in left field.
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By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun | December 1, 2013
Gregory J. Smith, a sports consultant and former chief operating officer of the Maryland Stadium Authority, died of cancer Thursday at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. The Lake-Walker resident was 48. Born in Buffalo, N.Y., he was the son of Dennis Smith, a banker and Mary Smith, a homemaker. He earned a bachelor's degree in finance and economics at Manhattan College in Riverdale, N.Y., where he played Division 1 baseball. He then received a master's degree in business administration from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.
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July 3, 2003
On June 15, 2003; DEBORAH SMITH; beloved wife of Richard Smith; loving mother of Brian Smith (Tracy) and Mark Smith (Kathleen); caring grandmother of Kayla, Hannah, Amanda and Andrew; devoted daughter of Helen Lambert. Memorial Service was held at St. Phillip Neri Church on June 19, 2003.
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By Special to the Sun | May 11, 1992
HAGERSTOWN -- The Hagerstown Suns walked 10, aiding the Reading Phillies to a 7-4 victory in a Double-A Eastern League game yesterday.John Escbar, Tony Trevino and Tom Nuneviller each had two hits for Reading (11-14). Mark Carper was the loser for Hagerstown (11-17), walking six and allowing five runs and five hits in three innings. Mark Smith went 4-for-5 for the Suns with two RBI, and Manny Alexander was 3-for-4.
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August 17, 2005
On August 14, 2005, ROBERT E. "Bobby" MORAN, JR., beloved husband of Rita "Tuffie" Moran; devoted father of Kelly Smith and her husband Dave and Tracy Moran; loving grandfather of Brad, Clay, Luke and Mark Smith. The family will receive friends at the Schimunek Funeral Home of Bel Air, Inc., 610 W. Mac Phail Road (at Route 24) on Thursday, from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. A Memorial Mass will be held on Friday, at St. Ignatious Church, Hickory, at 10:30 A.M. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society.
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By Tom Keegan and Tom Keegan,Sun Staff Writer Sun staff writer Ken Rosenthal contributed to this article | May 28, 1994
CHICAGO -- Lee Smith, who quietly became baseball's all-time saves leader without getting much recognition in the process, is having too huge a season not to garner headlines in every city he visits.Each day when he arrives to the ballpark as late as possible, an out-of-town writer or three is waiting at his locker for an interview. Nineteen saves in 20 tries before June will have that effect.Left-hander Jim Poole is wondering when the rest of the bullpen will get some of the credit for Smith's amazing numbers.
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July 31, 1994
Lifting of Embargo Aided Live POWs -- for NowI recently attended the annual meeting of the National Alliance of Families, held in Crystal City, Va. There were many guest speakers and activists and all spoke of intelligence on live American POWs -- Bill Legro, Sen. Bob Smith, Mike Van Atta, former Rep. Bill Hendon, Maj. Mark Smith, Ret. to name a few. I, however, will comment on the remarks of Mike Van Atta and retired Maj. Mark Smith, because I know first-hand...
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Mike Preston | May 6, 2013
The Ravens' Most Valuable Player of the 2013 season could be Mark Smith. Smith is the team's head athletic trainer and responsible for trying to get the injured players back on the field as soon as possible, but also at 100 percent. Despite some great additions this offseason, like linemen Chris Canty and Marcus Spears and outside linebacker Elvis Dumervil, who are expected to upgrade the defense, there are still questions about the team's top returning players coming back from major injuries last season.
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Mike Preston | May 6, 2013
The Ravens' Most Valuable Player of the 2013 season could be Mark Smith. Smith is the team's head athletic trainer and responsible for trying to get the injured players back on the field as soon as possible, but also at 100 percent. Despite some great additions this offseason, like linemen Chris Canty and Marcus Spears and outside linebacker Elvis Dumervil, who are expected to upgrade the defense, there are still questions about the team's top returning players coming back from major injuries last season.
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August 17, 2005
On August 14, 2005, ROBERT E. "Bobby" MORAN, JR., beloved husband of Rita "Tuffie" Moran; devoted father of Kelly Smith and her husband Dave and Tracy Moran; loving grandfather of Brad, Clay, Luke and Mark Smith. The family will receive friends at the Schimunek Funeral Home of Bel Air, Inc., 610 W. Mac Phail Road (at Route 24) on Thursday, from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. A Memorial Mass will be held on Friday, at St. Ignatious Church, Hickory, at 10:30 A.M. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society.
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By Richard Irwin and Richard Irwin,SUN STAFF | March 4, 2005
When Darryl Lee Smith Jr. was 3 years old, his parents sat in the front room of their East Baltimore home and placed a football and a basketball in front of him. Without hesitation, he chose the football and cradled it in his hands - going on to star as quarterback at the city's Edmondson High School and signing a letter of intent to play at Morgan State University. On Wednesday night, he became Baltimore's 48th homicide victim of 2005. The 19-year-old was shot and killed in the city's Westport neighborhood.
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By Michael Collier and Michael Collier,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | November 16, 2003
Hart Crane's "My Grandmother's Love Letters" is one of the great lyric poems of the 20th century. It begins: "There are no stars to-night/ But those of memory./ Yet how much room for memory there is / In the loose girdle of soft rain." In four lines, Crane has given us one of the simple but powerful formulas by which poetry operates: a stimulus in the present, such as the absence of stars, calls forth memory. And memory, though it is eventually located in particulars, is at first nothing more than space and possibility.
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July 3, 2003
On June 15, 2003; DEBORAH SMITH; beloved wife of Richard Smith; loving mother of Brian Smith (Tracy) and Mark Smith (Kathleen); caring grandmother of Kayla, Hannah, Amanda and Andrew; devoted daughter of Helen Lambert. Memorial Service was held at St. Phillip Neri Church on June 19, 2003.
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By Joni Guhne and Joni Guhne,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 1, 2001
THE SECOND THING you notice about 19-year-old Courtney Smith - after her sparkling personality - is her spunk. That's the opinion of her father, Mark Smith, a marketing manager for air defense sensors at Northrop Grumman. "Spunk best describes her and her personality," he says. Growing up in Severna Park's Berrywood neighborhood, Courtney was always demonstrating that spunk and her athleticism on the playing field and the dance floor, where she continued to study tap, jazz and ballet long after friends had traded their toe shoes for high heels to attract guys.
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By Tom Keegan and Tom Keegan,Sun Staff Writer | May 12, 1994
X-rays don't lie, but they do sometimes mislead.The Orioles' initial fears over the condition of Jeffrey Hammonds' right knee were calmed when the problems revealed in a magnetic resonance imaging test could be traced to a high school football injury (a tear in a ligament), said Orioles general manager Roland Hemond.Hammonds said he twisted his knee hitting in the indoor batting cages Saturday. He said he did not inform the trainers until Tuesday. After he was examined by the Orioles' medical staff, X-rays were taken and the results initially made the Orioles cringe.
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By Joni Guhne and Joni Guhne,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 1, 2001
THE SECOND THING you notice about 19-year-old Courtney Smith - after her sparkling personality - is her spunk. That's the opinion of her father, Mark Smith, a marketing manager for air defense sensors at Northrop Grumman. "Spunk best describes her and her personality," he says. Growing up in Severna Park's Berrywood neighborhood, Courtney was always demonstrating that spunk and her athleticism on the playing field and the dance floor, where she continued to study tap, jazz and ballet long after friends had traded their toe shoes for high heels to attract guys.
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By Andy Knobel and Andy Knobel,SUN STAFF | December 24, 2000
It was an ordinary early season NBA game and Joe Smith was, indeed, an ordinary Joe. The Maryland alumnus scored five points, shooting just 2-for-12 from the field, in the Detroit Pistons' 103-93 win against the Cleveland Cavaliers on Dec. 1. The Pistons probably could have invited anyone named Joe Smith down from The Palace of Auburn Hills crowd and gotten similar production. Any one of the 32 Joe Smiths in attendance, that is. Dec. 1 had been declared "Joe Smith Night," with anyone named Joe or Smith being admitted for $1 and earning a chance at a free trip to Cancun, Mexico.
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By Jamie Smith and Jamie Smith,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | January 5, 1997
Lawrence J. Smith, an upholsterer and community activist known as the "unofficial mayor of Brooklyn Park," died of a heart attack Dec. 29. He was 73.Born and raised in Baltimore, Mr. Smith spent most of his life in Brooklyn Park and excelled at good deeds, especially at Meridian Nursing Home on Hammonds Lane and Meals on Wheels. Sometimes, he'd just stop to help a motorist stranded in the rain."He just liked helping people," said a daughter, Alice Garmer of Pasadena. "He got a real good feeling inside.
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