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April 20, 2006
On April 18, 2006, PHILIP LEDIE O'DONOGHUE of Reisterstown, beloved husband of Mary Eleanor (nee Langmead) O'Donoghue. Father of Philip A. and his wife Carla O'Donoghue and Bernadette A. O'Donoghue. Services from the ELINE FUNERAL HOME, 11824 Reisterstown Road(at Franklin Blvd.) Monday, 1 P.M. Interment Garrison Forest Veterans Cemetery. Friends may call Sunday from 3-5 P.M. The family requests that in lieu of flowers, memorials be made to the American Heart Association, P.O. Box 5216, Glen Allen, VA 23058.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen | October 15, 2009
David Allen O'Donoghue, a retired E. J. Korvette warehouse manager, died Sunday of liver failure at Charlestown retirement community. He was 86. Mr. O'Donoghue was born in Frederick and raised in Emmitsburg, where he graduated from Emmitsburg High School. He attended the Maryland Institute College of Art. During World War II, he served in the Navy as a chief petty officer aboard the aircraft carrier USS Bennington in the Pacific. He was discharged in 1946. The former Westview Park resident went to work in 1963 for the now-defunct Korvette's, a discount department store, and managed the company's furniture and carpet warehouse in Jessup until 1977.
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SPORTS
By SportsTicker | July 15, 1993
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. -- Ryan Klesko of the Richmond Braves HTC hit a pair of homers to lead the National League affliliates to a 14-3 rout of the American League affiliates in the Triple-A All-Star Game last night.John O'Donoghue of the Rochester Red Wings, the Orioles' affiliate, took the loss, Ex-Oriole Roy Smith of the Buffalo Bisons was the winner.The NL also got homers from the Iowa Cubs' Kevin Roberson, Las Vegas Stars' Steve Pegues and Norfolk Tides' Ryan Thompson (Chestertown).
NEWS
April 20, 2006
On April 18, 2006, PHILIP LEDIE O'DONOGHUE of Reisterstown, beloved husband of Mary Eleanor (nee Langmead) O'Donoghue. Father of Philip A. and his wife Carla O'Donoghue and Bernadette A. O'Donoghue. Services from the ELINE FUNERAL HOME, 11824 Reisterstown Road(at Franklin Blvd.) Monday, 1 P.M. Interment Garrison Forest Veterans Cemetery. Friends may call Sunday from 3-5 P.M. The family requests that in lieu of flowers, memorials be made to the American Heart Association, P.O. Box 5216, Glen Allen, VA 23058.
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By Tom Keegan and Tom Keegan,Sun Staff Writer | December 20, 1994
The Orioles made an acquisition yesterday, but his name is not Jay Buhner and he did not cost the club $16 million.His name is John DeSilva, a right-hander from the Los Angeles Dodgers farm system, and he only cost the Orioles minor-league left-hander John O'Donoghue.DeSilva, 27, comes recommended by Orioles manager Phil Regan, who managed DeSilva in Caracas last winter, and by Orioles coordinator of instruction Dave Jauss, who is coaching in Caracas, where DeSilva is pitching after a late arrival this winter.
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,SUN STAFF BOWIE | April 11, 1996
BOWIE -- The pre-game sky was bright with fireworks to celebrate the season opener. Then the Bowie Baysox bombed away on their own last night.The Baysox clubbed three home runs in the first three innings to back left-hander John O'Donoghue and went on to romp past the Trenton Thunder, 10-1, in a Double-A Eastern League game.O'Donoghue returned to the Orioles' organization with a flourish after a year with Albuquerque, the Dodgers' Triple-A affiliate.He allowed only one hit -- a leadoff double in the fourth by Donnie TC Sadler -- and threw only 73 pitches during his six innings.
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By Bill Glauber and Bill Glauber,SUN FOREIGN STAFF | June 26, 2002
WIMBLEDON, England - Tennis in Britain is a tabloid headline that shrieks, "Sex and Strawberries." It's a summer diversion in a country where rain prevails and going to the pub ranks as the No. 1 leisure activity. And it's a sport the British watch well and often play badly. Which brings us to Jane O'Donoghue and Tim Henman, two British players on display yesterday at Wimbledon. O'Donoghue, ranked No. 344 in the world, made her Wimbledon debut on Centre Court against reigning two-time champion Venus Williams.
SPORTS
By Milton Kent and Milton Kent,Staff Writer | September 25, 1993
Generally at this part of the season, when the pennant race has largely been decided, managers give their unproven younger talent a crack at the big time.For example, the bottom third of the Detroit Tigers' batting order last night -- right fielder Danny Bautista, catcher Rich Rowland and second baseman Chris Gomez -- had a total of 61 major-league games under their collective belts.Those experiments may come fairly soon to the Orioles, who are on the verge of elimination from the American League East race, even with seven games left with the Toronto Blue Jays and New York Yankees, the two teams ahead of them.
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By Bill Free Keys hot and cold FREDERICK | August 16, 1992
O'Donoghye emerges, may make it to majorsROCHESTER, N.Y. -- Two years ago, no one in baseball thought John O'Donoghue could pitch well enough to warrant a team spending a spot in the draft on him.Now, there's talk about him pitching in the majors."
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By Patti Singer Baysox: Holland makes grade | May 30, 1993
O'Donoghue flourishes, with help of MoyerROCHESTER, N.Y. -- John O'Donoghue led the International League with 62 strikeouts in 65 2/3 innings, a feat he attributed to his changeup and conversations with new Oriole Jamie Moyer.Moyer, in his 10th season, served as mentor to O'Donoghue, a fourth-year pro. "I can relate to him because he's left-handed," said O'Donoghue. "We throw similar, although he has a much better changeup. We're both breaking-ball pitchers."O'Donoghue, who came up to Triple-A last year with the reputation as a curveball/changeup specialist, has developed his fastball and slider.
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By Bill Glauber and Bill Glauber,SUN FOREIGN STAFF | June 26, 2002
WIMBLEDON, England - Tennis in Britain is a tabloid headline that shrieks, "Sex and Strawberries." It's a summer diversion in a country where rain prevails and going to the pub ranks as the No. 1 leisure activity. And it's a sport the British watch well and often play badly. Which brings us to Jane O'Donoghue and Tim Henman, two British players on display yesterday at Wimbledon. O'Donoghue, ranked No. 344 in the world, made her Wimbledon debut on Centre Court against reigning two-time champion Venus Williams.
SPORTS
By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,SUN STAFF BOWIE | April 11, 1996
BOWIE -- The pre-game sky was bright with fireworks to celebrate the season opener. Then the Bowie Baysox bombed away on their own last night.The Baysox clubbed three home runs in the first three innings to back left-hander John O'Donoghue and went on to romp past the Trenton Thunder, 10-1, in a Double-A Eastern League game.O'Donoghue returned to the Orioles' organization with a flourish after a year with Albuquerque, the Dodgers' Triple-A affiliate.He allowed only one hit -- a leadoff double in the fourth by Donnie TC Sadler -- and threw only 73 pitches during his six innings.
SPORTS
By Tom Keegan and Tom Keegan,Sun Staff Writer | December 20, 1994
The Orioles made an acquisition yesterday, but his name is not Jay Buhner and he did not cost the club $16 million.His name is John DeSilva, a right-hander from the Los Angeles Dodgers farm system, and he only cost the Orioles minor-league left-hander John O'Donoghue.DeSilva, 27, comes recommended by Orioles manager Phil Regan, who managed DeSilva in Caracas last winter, and by Orioles coordinator of instruction Dave Jauss, who is coaching in Caracas, where DeSilva is pitching after a late arrival this winter.
SPORTS
By Milton Kent and Milton Kent,Staff Writer | September 25, 1993
Generally at this part of the season, when the pennant race has largely been decided, managers give their unproven younger talent a crack at the big time.For example, the bottom third of the Detroit Tigers' batting order last night -- right fielder Danny Bautista, catcher Rich Rowland and second baseman Chris Gomez -- had a total of 61 major-league games under their collective belts.Those experiments may come fairly soon to the Orioles, who are on the verge of elimination from the American League East race, even with seven games left with the Toronto Blue Jays and New York Yankees, the two teams ahead of them.
SPORTS
By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Staff Writer | July 31, 1993
Maybe a light finally went off in Rick Krivda's head. Or maybe it was because the London Tigers were in town.Whatever the reason, Krivda pitched 8 1/3 innings, allowing no earned runs and five hits, in the Bowie Baysox's 11-inning, 2-1 loss to the Tigers last night before 6,771 at Memorial Stadium.Dan Bautista singled home Kirk Mendenhall with the winning run with one out in the top of the 11th. Bowie reliever Jim Dedrick (7-3) absorbed the loss.Although not involved in the decision, Krivda is 3-0 against London and has allowed only five earned runs in 27 innings.
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By SportsTicker | July 15, 1993
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. -- Ryan Klesko of the Richmond Braves HTC hit a pair of homers to lead the National League affliliates to a 14-3 rout of the American League affiliates in the Triple-A All-Star Game last night.John O'Donoghue of the Rochester Red Wings, the Orioles' affiliate, took the loss, Ex-Oriole Roy Smith of the Buffalo Bisons was the winner.The NL also got homers from the Iowa Cubs' Kevin Roberson, Las Vegas Stars' Steve Pegues and Norfolk Tides' Ryan Thompson (Chestertown).
SPORTS
By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Staff Writer | July 31, 1993
Maybe a light finally went off in Rick Krivda's head. Or maybe it was because the London Tigers were in town.Whatever the reason, Krivda pitched 8 1/3 innings, allowing no earned runs and five hits, in the Bowie Baysox's 11-inning, 2-1 loss to the Tigers last night before 6,771 at Memorial Stadium.Dan Bautista singled home Kirk Mendenhall with the winning run with one out in the top of the 11th. Bowie reliever Jim Dedrick (7-3) absorbed the loss.Although not involved in the decision, Krivda is 3-0 against London and has allowed only five earned runs in 27 innings.
SPORTS
By Jim Henneman and Jim Henneman,Staff Writer | June 28, 1993
They didn't have enough time to redo their comeback script, so the Orioles were unable to write a seventh chapter to their latest winning streak yesterday afternoon.Instead of falling behind early by a significant margin, as they had done the two previous nights and three times on the current homestand, this time the Orioles kept it close through the early stages.But there was no answer to the volley of late-inning home runs by Jim Leyritz, Bernie Williams and Danny Tartabull that the Yankees parlayed into a 9-5 victory that stopped the Orioles' winning streak at six. The loss also left the Orioles five games behind the first-place Toronto Blue Jays, who come in for the first of three games here tonight.
SPORTS
By Jim Henneman and Jim Henneman,Staff Writer | June 28, 1993
John O'Donoghue, the emergency starter yesterday in place of Mike Mussina, is expected to return to the Triple-A Rochester Red Wings today, with a reliever most likely replacing him on the roster."
SPORTS
By Jim Henneman and Jim Henneman,Staff Writer | June 28, 1993
They didn't have enough time to redo their comeback script, so the Orioles were unable to write a seventh chapter to their latest winning streak yesterday afternoon.Instead of falling behind early by a significant margin, as they had done the two previous nights and three times on the current homestand, this time the Orioles kept it close through the early stages.But there was no answer to the volley of late-inning home runs by Jim Leyritz, Bernie Williams and Danny Tartabull that the Yankees parlayed into a 9-5 victory that stopped the Orioles' winning streak at six. The loss also left the Orioles five games behind the first-place Toronto Blue Jays, who come in for the first of three games here tonight.
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