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By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,SUN REPORTER | May 28, 2008
City lawyers filed a memo yesterday in Baltimore Circuit Court opposing the reinstatement of former police Commissioner Kevin P. Clark, who wants his old job back. Clark, who was fired by then-Mayor Martin O'Malley in 2004, filed a legal memo this month seeking reinstatement after the state's highest court upheld a ruling saying the city erred in the dismissal. Sterling Clifford, a spokesman for the mayor and the Police Department, said yesterday's action states the city's opposition to Clark's return.
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By Alejandro Zuniga and The Baltimore Sun | July 8, 2014
WASHINGTON -- As expected, the Orioles designated relief pitcher Julio DePaula for assignment and reinstated right-hander Bud Norris to start Tuesday's game. But the game was postponed until Aug. 4 after a rain delay of approximately 2 1/2 hours. The Orioles selected DePaula's contract from Double-A Bowie on Monday, and he spent less than 24 hours with the club. But that didn't diminish the importance of the promotion to the 31-year-old right-hander, who hasn't made a major league appearance since 2007.
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By Joe Burris, The Baltimore Sun | January 19, 2012
More than 50 people attended Wednesday's Anne Arundel County school board meeting in apparent solidarity to request the reinstatement of Chesapeake High School Athletic Director Chip Snyder and wrestling coach Paul Tolle. The two were relieved of their duties while an investigation examines claims that procedures weren't followed during a December wrestling trip to the Eastern Shore, and that the breakdown in protocol could have diminished students' safety. School administrators have not described the specific allegations.
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By Dan Connolly and The Baltimore Sun | May 27, 2014
Orioles manager Buck Showalter said the decision to keep rookie Caleb Joseph on the active roster and send Steve Clevenger to Triple-A Norfolk was “51 to 49 percent.” In activating first baseman Chris Davis from the paternity list, the Orioles needed to send one of their three catchers to the minor leagues. It wasn't going to be veteran Nick Hundley, whom the Orioles acquired in a deal with the San Diego Padres on Saturday. So the choices were Joseph, a 27-year-old career minor leaguer who had one hit in 23 at-bats (.043)
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December 5, 1991
Pete Rose probably will apply next year for reinstatement to baseball and yesterday said that he is interested in working for the expansion Florida Marlins. Rose, who allegedly bet on baseball, also said he's interested in a broadcasting job. No one declared permanently ineligible ever has been reinstated.* MARLINS: After hiring several staff members from the Expos, the club agreed last month to halt the practice at the urging of National League president Bill White.* PADRES: Infielder-outfielder Bip Roberts says he was told by his agent that he soon will be dealt to the Reds for relief pitcher Randy Myers.
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By New York Daily News | August 1, 1995
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- Dwight Gooden will apply for reinstatement to baseball sometime this week, he told the Daily News yesterday, and hopes to be back on the mound sometime this month, preferably with the New York Yankees."
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By Julie Bykowicz and John Fritze and Julie Bykowicz and John Fritze,sun reporters | June 19, 2008
Former Baltimore Police Commissioner Kevin Clark will not get his job back, a city judge has ruled. Saying Clark's case was flawed and that returning him to office would create too much chaos, Circuit Judge Carol E. Smith on Tuesday denied the former commissioner's motion for reinstatement. Clark, who says he was wrongly dismissed in 2004, is also suing the city for $120 million. The case returned to city court after the state's highest court, the Court of Appeals, sided with Clark in a March ruling, saying that mayors may fire commissioners only under certain circumstances.
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By NEW YORK TIMES | September 12, 1997
NEW YORK -- Pete Rose has taken a preliminary step in his desire to return to major-league baseball's good graces, but two high-ranking baseball officials said yesterday that his effort, if he applies for reinstatement, will fail. One said that Bud Selig, the acting commissioner, would never recommend to the ruling executive council that Rose be reinstated.Rose, who has been barred from baseball since Aug. 24, 1989, has not applied for reinstatement. A lawyer representing him took the a step in that direction a month ago, initiating a meeting with Robert DuPuy, Selig's lawyer, in Milwaukee on Aug. 12."
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Sun reporter | February 17, 2007
Veteran rider Ron Franklin will ask the Maryland Racing Commission for reinstatement as a jockey during a hearing Tuesday afternoon. Franklin, who went to Patapsco High School, made history as a teenager in Baltimore, when he teamed with late trainer Bud Delp and Spectacular Bid for wins in the 1979 Kentucky Derby and Preakness before finishing third in the Belmont Stakes. But since then Franklin has struggled with substance abuse. When he appears Tuesday, it will be the latest of many appeals to the commission.
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By LEM SATTERFIELD | December 8, 2005
An eight-member appeals committee is expected to decide today or tomorrow whether to reinstate the Douglass football team's first winning season in more than a decade. Baltimore City school board officials determined that a Douglass football player was academically ineligible, resulting in the forfeiture of this fall's nine-win season, a Baltimore City Division II title and the Ducks' first-ever playoff berth. Douglass principal Isabelle Grant and athletic director Mary Hughee have said they have records and documentation that show the student was eligible.
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By Nayana Davis, The Baltimore Sun | May 13, 2014
A member of the Carroll Board of County Commissioners opened the panel's meeting Tuesday with a prayer "in Jesus' name," resuming the controversial practice a week after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that similar prayers before government meetings in an upstate New York town didn't violate the Constitution. In her short prayer, County Commissioner Robin Frazier asked for "wisdom and guidance as we do the work for the people of Carroll County. " The board had suspended its practice of opening meetings with sectarian prayers in April after two county residents won an injunction from a federal court.
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By Jeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun | April 17, 2014
The Ravens apparently haven't closed the door on middle linebacker Rolando McClain just yet. Two days after McClain had a shaky workout in front of team officials, failing to pass the conditioning test and struggling in drills, the Ravens activated the 24-year-old from the reserved/retired list. The Ravens haven't commented on the decision and it's unclear where this leaves McClain's status for the 2014 season. However, the move does allow McClain, who hasn't played in an NFL game since late in the 2012 season, to join the team for offseason workouts, which start Monday in Owings Mills.
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By Chris Kaltenbach, The Baltimore Sun | April 7, 2014
The fate of the Baltimore area's last drive-in theater continued to play out in the courts Monday, as the owner of Bengies Drive-In appeared before a three-judge panel in Annapolis. He asked them to reinstate an $838,000 jury award to pay for a wall shielding the property from the lights of a nearby convenience store. The jury had found in favor of Bengies owner D. Edward Vogel in June 2012, agreeing that lights on the Royal Farms store's property were visible from the Middle River drive-in and interfered with its business - and with plans to add a second screen to the complex.
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By Jeff Barker and The Baltimore Sun | January 10, 2014
Suspended Maryland running back Wes Brown has been reinstated by the school, his attorney said Friday. “It's official. He has been reinstated,” attorney Jason Shapiro said. The move by the school had been expected. Brown, Maryland's second-leading rusher in 2012, was suspended in early August following a confrontation with police and missed the entire 2013 season. He was told that if he reached certain benchmarks, some related to community service, he would be eligible to come back to school after the fall semester.
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By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | October 3, 2013
The Orioles have reinstated right-hander Eric Beaulac from the 15-day disabled list and outrighted him to Triple-A Norfolk. The move is purely clerical. The major league club selected Beaulac's contract from Double-A Bowie on Sept. 1 and immediately placed him on the 15-day disabled list in a move that would have created an extra injury replacement spot for a postseason roster.   In creating their 25-man rosters for the postseason, clubs could use DL spots to add players not on the major league roster by Sept.
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By Pamela Wood, The Baltimore Sun | September 17, 2013
An outspoken Naval Academy professor will return to the classroom Wednesday after the academy closed an investigation spurred by complaints from midshipmen. Academy officials declined to provide details of the complaints against English professor Bruce Fleming, saying he should be afforded privacy and a presumption of innocence. "The investigation concluded and determined that Professor Fleming should return to his normal teaching duties," Cmdr. John Schofield, an academy spokesman, said Tuesday.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | February 7, 2003
The Anne Arundel County Board of Education has turned down the appeal of Meade boys basketball senior standout Rochard McAfee to be reinstated. McAfee was declared ineligible by Meade High School on Jan. 14 for eight unexcused absences. Standard county rules would have suspended McAfee on the days he missed his final class and still played in a game on those days, but Meade has its own rules and told him he couldn't play the rest of the season. Nathan McAfee, Rochard's father, who appealed the school's penalty, said he learned Wednesday from Marlene Kelly, the county athletics coordinator, that the board upheld the school's decision.
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By Peter Schmuck and Peter Schmuck,SUN STAFF | January 23, 2003
Banished baseball star Pete Rose appears to be nearing reinstatement, though several conditions still have to be met before baseball commissioner Bud Selig lifts the lifetime ban that was imposed on Rose in 1989 for gambling on baseball. Selig is expected to require Rose to admit that he bet on baseball when he was the manager of the Cincinnati Reds. Rose has steadfastly maintained that he bet only on other sports, though the investigative report commissioned by Major League Baseball in 1989 cited gambling slips and phone records from Rose's office at Riverfront Stadium as proof that he repeatedly violated baseball rules by placing bets with bookies.
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By Dan Connolly and The Baltimore Sun | September 16, 2013
The Orioles have designated Wilson Betemit for assignment and reinstated outfielder Henry Urrutia from the restricted list. Because of visa issues, Urrutia, a Cuban defector, could not go with the team to Toronto this week. Betemit, a designated hitter primarily against right-handed pitching, missed most of the season after tearing a knee ligament in March. Betemit, 31, made his season debut Aug. 27 in Boston. He had been in six games, starting three, and was hitless in 10 at-bats.
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By Pamela Wood, The Baltimore Sun | September 9, 2013
The attorney for ousted Anne Arundel County Councilman Daryl D. Jones said Monday her client made a mistake in failing to file tax returns for several years, but she said that after serving his time, Jones is "fit to be a lawyer and he is fit to be a member of the County Council. " Attorney Linda Schuett made the case for Jones in Annapolis before retired Circuit Judge Arthur Ahalt, who will determine whether Jones will get his seat on the council back. Jones, a Severn Democrat who was first elected to the County Council in 2006 and re-elected in 2010, was charged in August 2011 with failing to file several personal and business tax returns between 2002 and 2007.
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