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November 14, 2006
On November 11, 2006, DYLAN I. BULLANO; son of Anthony Bullano and Courtney Kuczynski; brother of Michael Saunders and Destiny Sutton. Also survived by a host of other relatives. Services on Tuesday at 10 A.M. at Our Lady of Grace Church in Parkton, MD (Middletown Road).
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By Dan Connolly and The Baltimore Sun | August 4, 2013
Sometimes statistics don't mesh with perception. In the case of Orioles lefty Wei-Yin Chen and his struggles in the late innings, things match up. Chen was cruising on Sunday afternoon when he got to the seventh. He had given up just four hits, a walk and one run through six innings. He got a strikeout to start the seventh - his fifth of the afternoon. He then walked Michael Saunders and picked him off trying to steal. Chen issued another walk, to eighth hitter, Brendan Ryan, before giving up a two-run, two-out homer to ninth hitter Henry Blanco on his 106th pitch of the game.
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By Dan Connolly and The Baltimore Sun | August 4, 2013
Sometimes statistics don't mesh with perception. In the case of Orioles lefty Wei-Yin Chen and his struggles in the late innings, things match up. Chen was cruising on Sunday afternoon when he got to the seventh. He had given up just four hits, a walk and one run through six innings. He got a strikeout to start the seventh - his fifth of the afternoon. He then walked Michael Saunders and picked him off trying to steal. Chen issued another walk, to eighth hitter, Brendan Ryan, before giving up a two-run, two-out homer to ninth hitter Henry Blanco on his 106th pitch of the game.
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By Dan Connolly and The Baltimore Sun | May 2, 2013
SEATTLE -   After winning three of four in Oakland to begin their season-longest 11-game road trip, the Orioles headed to Seattle looking to capture another series and, perhaps, guarantee a winning West Coast jaunt without yet stepping foot in Southern California. They even caught a major break when Seattle's all-word ace Felix Hernandez was not scheduled to pitch in this series. But just when you think you have baseball figured out, a guy like Aaron Harang can muck things up. Seattle's veteran right-hander, who was fighting for his job, threw six solid innings and the Mariners roughed up Orioles lefty Wei-Yin Chen for an 8-3 blowout in the rubber match of the three-game series.
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By Dan Connolly and The Baltimore Sun | April 30, 2013
SEATTLE - The Orioles had a pretty good sense as to what they were going to see against former teammate Joe Saunders on Monday night. They had no idea what they could expect from their own starting pitcher. Lefty Zach Britton, making his first start of the season for the Orioles after a solid beginning in the minors, was hoping that his rediscovered sinker would translate to the big leagues. It was there at times, but on a cold night at Safeco Field, Britton averaged two baserunners per inning in the Orioles' 6-2 loss to the Seattle Mariners.
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By Dan Connolly and The Baltimore Sun | May 2, 2013
SEATTLE -   After winning three of four in Oakland to begin their season-longest 11-game road trip, the Orioles headed to Seattle looking to capture another series and, perhaps, guarantee a winning West Coast jaunt without yet stepping foot in Southern California. They even caught a major break when Seattle's all-word ace Felix Hernandez was not scheduled to pitch in this series. But just when you think you have baseball figured out, a guy like Aaron Harang can muck things up. Seattle's veteran right-hander, who was fighting for his job, threw six solid innings and the Mariners roughed up Orioles lefty Wei-Yin Chen for an 8-3 blowout in the rubber match of the three-game series.
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By Jeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun | May 12, 2011
Orioles rookie Zach Britton kept waiting and waiting in the hope that one run would come and the finest start of his young career would turn into his sixth victory. It didn't, which was about the Orioles' only regret on a memorable Thursday night. Britton and the Seattle Mariners' Jason Vargas were masterful as both pitched nine shutout innings, but the game wasn't decided until J.J. Hardy's bases-loaded, two-run single in the 12th inning lifted the Orioles to a pulsating 2-1 victory in front of an announced 19,082 at Camden Yards.
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March 26, 2006
On March 23, 2006, ELLEN HENRY CRUM (nee Walsh) of Woodmoor, Baltimore County. Beloved wife of Robert Crum, Sr.; devoted mother of Edna Fritz, Gertrude Saunders, Robert Crum, Jr., Kathleen Purvis, Margaret Bechtel and Patricia Mc Grath; cherished mother-in-law of William Saunders, John Purvis, James Bechtel and Christopher Mc Grath; dear grandmother of Amanda and Michael Saunders, Sarah Mc Gee, Katie Schuster, Robert Crum, III, Laura and Jonathan Bechtel,...
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By Jay Apperson and Jay Apperson,Staff writer | December 4, 1990
A 19-year-old Baltimore man yesterday became the second person sentenced to prison for raping a 16-year-old blind girl last March in a car in the Harundale Mall parking lot.Philip Michael Saunders was sentenced yesterday to 12 years in prison by Circuit Judge Raymond G. Thieme Jr. His co-defendant, Byron Charles "Bear" Morrow, was sentenced two weeks ago to 18 years in prison.In separate trials in September, both men were convicted of first-degree rape, a crime carrying a maximum penalty of life in prison.
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By Jay Apperson and Jay Apperson,Staff writer | November 20, 1990
A 25-year-old Baltimore man was sentenced to 18 years in prison yesterday for raping a 16-year-old blind girl last March in his car in the Harundale Mall parking lot.Circuit Judge Raymond G. Thieme Jr. handed down the sentence during an emotional hearing in which both the defendant and his mother tearfully denied the man's guilt.Byron Charles Morrow was convicted of first-degree rape in September. A co-defendant in the case, Philip Michael Saunders, 19, was also convicted; he is scheduled to be sentenced Dec. 3, said Assistant State's Attorney Cynthia M. Ferris.
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By Dan Connolly and The Baltimore Sun | April 30, 2013
SEATTLE - The Orioles had a pretty good sense as to what they were going to see against former teammate Joe Saunders on Monday night. They had no idea what they could expect from their own starting pitcher. Lefty Zach Britton, making his first start of the season for the Orioles after a solid beginning in the minors, was hoping that his rediscovered sinker would translate to the big leagues. It was there at times, but on a cold night at Safeco Field, Britton averaged two baserunners per inning in the Orioles' 6-2 loss to the Seattle Mariners.
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By Jeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun | May 12, 2011
Orioles rookie Zach Britton kept waiting and waiting in the hope that one run would come and the finest start of his young career would turn into his sixth victory. It didn't, which was about the Orioles' only regret on a memorable Thursday night. Britton and the Seattle Mariners' Jason Vargas were masterful as both pitched nine shutout innings, but the game wasn't decided until J.J. Hardy's bases-loaded, two-run single in the 12th inning lifted the Orioles to a pulsating 2-1 victory in front of an announced 19,082 at Camden Yards.
NEWS
November 14, 2006
On November 11, 2006, DYLAN I. BULLANO; son of Anthony Bullano and Courtney Kuczynski; brother of Michael Saunders and Destiny Sutton. Also survived by a host of other relatives. Services on Tuesday at 10 A.M. at Our Lady of Grace Church in Parkton, MD (Middletown Road).
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By Richard Irwin | January 27, 1994
BALTIMORE CITY* THEFT: Northeastern District -- Tools and a radio, all valued at more than $400, were stolen from a car parked in the 5700 block of Pulaski Highway between Jan. 19 and Monday by someone who entered the vehicle after breaking a window.* ROBBERY: Northeastern District -- A 70-year-old resident of the 3500 block of Woodlea Ave. was about to enter her home Tuesday when she was assaulted by two men, one of whom entered her home and stole $100 while his accomplice remained with the woman on the porch.
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By Steve Gould, The Baltimore Sun | May 13, 2010
How it happened: It looked bleak for the Orioles after seven innings. Seattle led 5-1 on the strength of three homers off Orioles starting pitcher Kevin Millwood, and Mariners starter Felix Hernandez had dominated them, striking out seven while allowing just five hits and two walks. Hernandez, however, didn't come out for the eighth inning, having thrown 105 pitches. Reliever Brandon League took the mound for Seattle, and the Orioles got things started right away. Corey Patterson led with off with a solo homer to right field.
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