February 10, 2004
On February 2, 2004, beloved son of Quinton and Joan Pinkney; father of Brittney, Bridgett and Erika Pinkney, passed away after a lengthy illness. Services will be held on Thursday, February 12, 6 P.M. at the Lords Church, 5010 Park Heights Avenue.
July 10, 1998
HittingSal Fasano, Royals: 2-for-4, 3 RBIs.Joe Girardi, Yankees: He had one of only four New York hits, a homer, to provide offense in 2-0 win over Tampa Bay.Rusty Greer, Rangers: 2-for-3 in first game back after missing five (sore rib cage muscle).Quinton McCracken, Devil Rays: 2-for-3.PitchingJohn Burkett, Rangers: 8 innings, 1 run, 4 hits, 5 strikeouts in getting first win after four losses.Andy Pettitte, Yankees: 8 innings, 5 hits, 0 runs, 1 walk, 8 strikeouts.Bob Tewksbury, Twins: 7 1/3 innings, 3 hits, 0 walks; retired 18 straight in one stretch.
June 16, 1998
Devil Rays: Quinton McCracken has 13 career homers, including seven in 67 games this season. In the first 274 games of his career, he had six.Blue Jays: Jose Canseco's RBI single extended his hitting streak to eight games.Angels: Tim Salmon has nine homers at The Ballpark in Arlington, Texas, tying him with Ken Griffey and Jose Canseco for the most by a Rangers opponent.Pub Date: 6/16/98
June 3, 1998
Quote: "I thought about lying, sure. And I was worried I wouldn't remember how the lie goes. It's extremely frustrating. Obviously this affects other people in the clubhouse. A puppy's dog bite affects people's careers, some good, some bad."-- Yankees' David Cone after being scratched from tonight's start because of a dog bite to his finger and being replaced by Orlando Hernandez.It's a fact: The Twins have outscored opponents 120-61 in the first three innings this season.Who's hot: Tampa Bay center fielder Quinton McCracken got his ninth assist when he threw out Will Clark trying to score from second on a single in the third.
August 14, 1994
Quinton Watson stood in front of a full-length mirror, turning left and right to get a better look at his silver suit of armor."Wow, look at me, I just became a knight in shining armor," said the Baltimore 6-year-old, as he hoisted a 2-foot plastic sword over his shoulder and marched in front of the mirror."
April 29, 1994
Jim Shuck got the answers he wanted yesterday.With his Anne Arundel Community College women's lacrosse team coming off two humbling defeats, he wondered if the Pioneers would be up for Essex CC.Had their confidence been shaken by losses to Maryland and Virginia B teams by a combined score of 42-4? And could they put their failures behind them and focus on the visiting Knights?In a game filled with offensive flurries and several big individual performances, Anne Arundel gave up the last four goals in regulation, then took a 16-15 overtime victory when Kristy Moltz scored during the first of two three-minute sessions.
May 4, 1993
First I spotted Jake Oliver on the grass. Then Bob Miller spotted me. Then there was Quinton Pinkney, and then Victor Lieberman and Jim Gilliam and Dutch Ruppersberger and Tom Duley.The world moves too quickly now. You spend years going to school with the same people and assuming they'll always be within reach and then, poof! Where does everybody go? Somebody hands out adulthood papers, and immediately people commence to vanish.And you want to grab them to slow things down, to figure out what's happened to all our lives, and to find out if things actually happened back there the way we thought they did.So we had this reunion Saturday night: Class of '63, City College, 30 years after the fact.
April 8, 1992
It's 3 p.m., and you're having a bad day. You find yourself daydreaming, once again, about owning your own business.Being your own boss. Setting your own hours. Punching your own time clock.Do you have what it takes to own a business? Could you make the jump from being on payroll to making payroll?"There are a 101 reasons not to be in business for yourself -- and if you talk to anyone in business for themselves, I'm sure they can add one or two," says Terri Quinton, president and co-owner of Q2 Communications.
December 31, 1991
RICHMOND, Va. -- Quinton Moody scored 10 points and Chuckie Lee grabbed 11 rebounds to lead Cardinal Gibbons (6-6) to a 46-34 victory over Benedictine (3-7) for seventh place in the Benedictine Capital City Classic yesterday.The Crusaders led, 30-29, after three quarters, and maintained a one-point lead with 5 minutes left, before a late spurt put the game out of reach.GIBBONS -- Dent 6, Dukes 8, Fleary 8, Lee 5, Moody 10, Queen 1, Rucker 3, Wojciechowski 5. Totals 15 12-17 46.BENEDICTINE -- Chapman 7, Crawford 8, Hoyle 8, E. Maynes 4, Puccinelli 5, White 2. Totals 15 3-5, 34.Gibbons.