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October 25, 1991
Commissioner Paul Tagliabue said yesterday that the 11 NFL expansion candidates will be asked to make presentations in mid-December in New York.Tagliabue, who was at a league meeting in Dallas, said community representatives, not owner groups, will be asked to make presentations, at meetings chaired by himself or his top aide, Neil Austrian.The six owners on the expansion committee will not be at the meetings, which will include NFL staff members. Tagliabue said the committee will meet by mid-February and that the field will be cut to a short list next March.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 9, 2014
Washington College's 13-6 rout of Eastern in the first round of the NCAA tournament on Wednesday unfolded despite the absence of faceoff specialist Michael Trapp, and it isn't clear whether his pulled hamstring will make the junior miss Saturday's second-round contest against Lynchburg. “He's day-to-day right now,” Shoremen coach Jeff Shirk said Friday morning. “He's getting better. We held him out of the first game, but he's been getting treatment every day. We're going to dress him on Saturday and see how it goes.” Trapp - who ranks seventh in Division III with a 69.3 faceoff percentage (226-of-326)
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October 12, 2004
Moves Baseball ATHLETICS: Fired bench coach Chris Speier. CUBS: Fired 3B coach Wendell Kim. Promoted Gene Clines to hitting coach. Demoted Gary Matthews from hitting coach to 1B coach. DIAMONDBACKS: Announced resignation of senior vice president of sales and marketing Scott Brubaker. DODGERS: 3B Robin Ventura announced his retirement. RANGERS: Activated P Mickey Callaway from 60-day DL and sent him outright to Triple-A Oklahoma. REDS: Extended manager Dave Miley's contract through 2006 with option for 2007.
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By Jamison Hensley and Mike Preston and Jamison Hensley and Mike Preston,SUN STAFF | October 29, 2004
Jonathan Ogden signed a seven-year contract with the Ravens yesterday, securing the future for him as well as the Ravens. The deal for the seven-time Pro Bowl offensive tackle will pay him a total of $50 million, including a guaranteed $20 million in the first two years of his contract, a league source said. It continues to make him the NFL's highest-paid offensive lineman. Although Ogden, 30, was already under contract for the next three seasons, both sides agreed this new deal allows the franchise's first-ever pick to end his career here and provides the team salary cap room to re-sign players.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,SUN STAFF | January 24, 1996
Tampa Bay Terror coach Kenny Cooper, once of the Spirit, was right on the money with his description of John Garvey last week.After Garvey was traded by Tampa Bay to the Spirit for Zak Ibsen, Cooper said, "He'll score goals in his sleep."That wasn't much of a stretch. Garvey banged in five goals in the Spirit's 23-10 victory over the Wichita Wings last night before 3,813 at the Baltimore Arena."He'll help us tremendously," coach Dave MacWilliams said. "He's got a good head, reads the game and is a super finisher."
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,Sun Staff Writer | July 30, 1995
FROSTBURG -- The Washington Redskins' biggest setback yesterday wasn't on the scoreboard.Their 17-10 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers in a rookie scrimmage was overshadowed by the loss of second-round draft pick Cory Raymer for three months and possibly for the season when he fractured his left ankle on the first series.The Redskins didn't even bother to X-ray the ankle before deciding it was broken and will need surgery in Washington today. He'll have pins or a plate inserted in the ankle to stabilize it."
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,SUN STAFF | January 27, 1996
The Spirit players can't say coach Dave MacWilliams didn't warn them.Never mind the Chicago Power's 2-19 record, he told them before the game. Never mind that it was the worst in the National Professional Soccer League. Never mind the Power's eight-game losing streak."We can't afford to look at their record," MacWilliams said. "You know, on any given night. . . ."If the players absorbed his words, they were powerless to heed them.On this given night, the old saw held true. The Power rose up and struck the Spirit, 10-9, last night before 4,771 at Baltimore Arena.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,SUN STAFF | January 27, 1996
The Spirit players can't say coach Dave MacWilliams didn't warn them.Never mind the Chicago Power's 2-19 record, he told them before the game. Never mind that it was the worst in the National Professional Soccer League. Never mind the Power's eight-game losing streak."We can't afford to look at their record," MacWilliams said. "You know, on any given night . . ."If the players absorbed his words, they didn't heed them.On this given night, the old saw held true. The Power rose up and struck the lifeless Spirit, 10-9, last night before 4,771 at Baltimore Arena.
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By DOUG BROWN | November 30, 1994
The man who tormented the Spirit and its fans for two years could be headed here.Franklin McIntosh, doubtless the most villainous opposing player in the eyes of the Spirit faithful, is on the Harrisburg Heat's trading block. The Heat notified National Professional Soccer League teams that it is willing to trade or sell McIntosh, a contract holdout."Franklin is contacting teams to gauge interest," Spirit vice president Drew Forrester said. "He told me yesterday he's interested in moving on, that Baltimore has a good franchise and fans and a solid team.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Sun Staff Writer | March 30, 1994
The second overtime goal of veteran Mike Stankovic's career put a glow on an otherwise listless effort by the Spirit last night.With the NPSL American Division title clinched and the home-field advantage in the playoffs assured, the Spirit was drifting toward a loss to the Buffalo Blizzard last night before 6,529 at the Baltimore Arena.But Clark Brisson's one-point shootout goal with 16 seconds left sent the game into overtime and Stankovic's power-play goal 1:15 into sudden death gave the Spirit a 15-14 victory.
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By Jamison Hensley and Brent Jones and Jamison Hensley and Brent Jones,SUN STAFF | October 28, 2004
On the day when offensive tackle Jonathan Ogden said he expects to be out three to four games with a pulled left hamstring, tight end Todd Heap practiced for the first time since spraining his right ankle in Week 2. But Heap, the Ravens' leading receiver the past two seasons, did not sound optimistic about returning to the lineup. "It's hard to say; It's a day-to-day type deal right now," Heap said after practice. "There could be a chance." Heap, who only had the ankle taped, did not participate in all the team drills.
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October 12, 2004
Moves Baseball ATHLETICS: Fired bench coach Chris Speier. CUBS: Fired 3B coach Wendell Kim. Promoted Gene Clines to hitting coach. Demoted Gary Matthews from hitting coach to 1B coach. DIAMONDBACKS: Announced resignation of senior vice president of sales and marketing Scott Brubaker. DODGERS: 3B Robin Ventura announced his retirement. RANGERS: Activated P Mickey Callaway from 60-day DL and sent him outright to Triple-A Oklahoma. REDS: Extended manager Dave Miley's contract through 2006 with option for 2007.
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By Kevin Van Valkenburg and Kevin Van Valkenburg,SUN STAFF | August 19, 2003
COLLEGE PARK - The preseason injury woes that have beset the Maryland football team continued to mount yesterday, as Terps starting quarterback Scott McBrien became the latest in a string of starters to go down. McBrien, a senior who started all 14 games in 2002, suffered a pulled groin muscle in his right leg while dropping back for a pass, said Maryland head athletic trainer Sandy Worth. He is expected to miss at least two days of practice, but the injury is not considered severe enough at this point to rule McBrien out of Maryland's season opener Aug. 28 against Northern Illinois.
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF | June 15, 2002
PHILADELPHIA - On baseball's strange meter, last night's game at Veterans Stadium had the needle bouncing into the red. Pitcher Sidney Ponson morphed into an offensive catalyst but lost a decision. The Orioles lost Jeff Conine to a hamstring injury, and almost lost Tony Batista in the batter's box and in foul territory. And two fielders lost their better judgment. With everything unraveling around them, they somehow managed to win a game, using a tie-breaking, four-run eighth inning to post a 7-3 victory over the Philadelphia Phillies before 16,888.
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF | January 13, 2002
The most frustrating season of David Segui's major-league career is behind him. He's hoping to shove all the doubts about his physical condition in the same place. Attending yesterday's FanFest at the Baltimore Convention Center, Segui said he's healthy enough to resume his intended role as the Orioles' regular first baseman. Now he must convince manager Mike Hargrove, who indicated on Friday that he's leaning toward using Segui primarily as the club's designated hitter. "I'm not a DH," Segui said, "but I don't make out the lineup card."
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF | June 10, 2001
Not wanting to risk a more serious injury to his left leg, the Orioles' Chris Richard didn't start last night's game against the Montreal Expos and could remain out of the lineup today if there's no improvement. Richard suffered a mild strain of his hamstring during Friday's 5-0 victory over the Expos. He was removed from right field after grounding out to end the fifth inning, with Brady Anderson shifting over from left and Delino DeShields coming off the bench. "I slipped trying to steal and felt something grab," he said.
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By Jamison Hensley and Mike Preston and Jamison Hensley and Mike Preston,SUN STAFF | October 29, 2004
Jonathan Ogden signed a seven-year contract with the Ravens yesterday, securing the future for him as well as the Ravens. The deal for the seven-time Pro Bowl offensive tackle will pay him a total of $50 million, including a guaranteed $20 million in the first two years of his contract, a league source said. It continues to make him the NFL's highest-paid offensive lineman. Although Ogden, 30, was already under contract for the next three seasons, both sides agreed this new deal allows the franchise's first-ever pick to end his career here and provides the team salary cap room to re-sign players.
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF | January 13, 2002
The most frustrating season of David Segui's major-league career is behind him. He's hoping to shove all the doubts about his physical condition in the same place. Attending yesterday's FanFest at the Baltimore Convention Center, Segui said he's healthy enough to resume his intended role as the Orioles' regular first baseman. Now he must convince manager Mike Hargrove, who indicated on Friday that he's leaning toward using Segui primarily as the club's designated hitter. "I'm not a DH," Segui said, "but I don't make out the lineup card."
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By Elliott Denman and Elliott Denman,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | April 29, 2001
PHILADELPHIA - Ten meters from the finish line, Oakland Mills High School senior Kyle Farmer held a half-step lead on the anchor leg in the interscholastic 400-meter relay final at the 107th annual Penn Relays. He could nearly taste the Championship of America that awaited him just a few strides ahead. But then - quick as the right-hamstring pull that slowed him to a painful limp - that vision shattered yesterday. As Farmer struggled just to finish, Darrel Brown of El Dorado High School of Trinidad rocketed past him and to victory in 40.99 seconds before a record crowd of 48,922 at Franklin Field.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | September 5, 1998
Defensive tackle Larry Webster is listed as questionable for tomorrow's season opener, which means he has taken a big step after three frustrating weeks.Webster, the top backup interior player on the line, was enjoying a productive training camp, then played well in the preseason opener against Chicago on Aug. 8. Four days later, while he was doing some extra running at the end of practice, Webster felt a pop in his hamstring.Little did the six-year veteran know that the rest of the month would be lost.
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