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By Los Angeles Times | June 1, 1991
SAN DIEGO -- Benito Santiago, the San Diego Padres' All-Star catcher, accused manager Greg Riddoch of treating him like a baby yesterday, one day after Riddoch yanked Santiago out of the lineup for "lack of hustle.""Why do we have to start this [stuff] again?" Santiago said. "Every year, they try to make me look like a little baby. [Riddoch] knows I play 100 percent for him."Riddoch pulled Santiago after the fourth inning Thursday, when Santiago slowed on his way to first after grounding to Houston Astros shortstop Eric Yelding.
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By Don Markus, The Baltimore Sun | November 5, 2011
Navy coach Ken Niumatalolo tried to lighten the mood at practice last week, finishing one session with a 40-yard dash between pair of plebe defensive linemen who don't play and preaching to his Midshipmen that they needed to forget their six-game losing streak when they stepped onto the field Saturday to play Troy. In retrospect, what it really took for Niumatalolo and his team to forget what he called a "Halloween October" was a win -- any kind of victory would do. That it came in a 42-14 dismantling of Troy before an announced Senior Day Crowd of 33,359 at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium certainly allowed the Midshipmen to savor it a little more.
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By Mike Giuliano and Mike Giuliano,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | September 16, 1996
Many people have contemplated the crucifixion of Christ, but there's a young painter in Baltimore who goes further and thinks of himself as an eyewitness to the somber events atop Calvary.Considering this artist only uses his last name in exhibiting his work, it's clear that the artist simply billed as Santiago charts his own way when it comes to matters of religion and personal identity.It's also obvious that Santiago, 24, and a recent MFA graduate of the Maryland Institute, College of Art, will be going a long way in the art world.
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By Don Markus, The Baltimore Sun | September 13, 2011
Navy coach Ken Niumatalolo had a number of concerns going into the 2011 season, but depth at slotback wasn't one of them. While none of those playing one of the key skill positions for the Midshipmen in their triple-option offense was an established star, several had moments when they stood out. The depth chart changed last week in a 40-14 win at Western Kentucky, though the mindset about slotback remains the same as Navy (2-0) prepares for its trip to play 11th-ranked South Carolina (2-0)
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | June 21, 1998
A spill near the sixteenth pole in the fourth race yesterday at Pimlico sent jockey Manuel Santiago Jr. to the emergency room at Sinai Hospital for tests for possible head injuries.All tests late yesterday afternoon proved to be negative, and Santiago was sent home.Santiago had Ship Out in good position on the rail for at least a second-place finish when the 3-year-old filly appeared to stumble on a hole and went down, throwing her jockey in the five-furlong race on turf.Santiago got up and walked off the track without any apparent injuries, but he was later examined by Dr. Jerome Coller, who sent him to the hospital.
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By Jason LaCanfora and Jason LaCanfora,SUN STAFF | November 7, 1996
The Orioles have compiled a list of free-agent catchers they'd like to pursue and have begun contacting agents for the players.The Orioles talked with the representative for catcher Joe Girardi yesterday and assistant general manager Kevin Malone also confirmed the Orioles' interest in Benito Santiago, Kirt Manwaring and Terry Steinbach, all of whom have filed for free agency.Malone said the Orioles would like to pursue those players after the free-agent filing period ends Nov. 14. After that, teams can make offers to free agents.
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By Peter Schmuck and Peter Schmuck,SUN STAFF | October 24, 2002
SAN FRANCISCO - Giants catcher Benito Santiago has watched it happen again and again. He claims that he doesn't take it personally when opposing pitchers walk Barry Bonds to bring him to the plate, but he clearly burns to make them pay. He has succeeded many times during this postseason, and he owns a Most Valuable Player trophy from the National League Championship Series to prove it. He made the St. Louis Cardinals regret all those times they pitched...
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By Peter Schmuck and Peter Schmuck,SUN STAFF | October 16, 2002
SAN FRANCISCO - Barry Bonds cast a Giant shadow over the National League Championship Series, but in the end his big shoes were filled by the little guys. The San Francisco Giants are headed to the World Series because Benito Santiago and Kenny Lofton and a sparkling cast of understudies stepped up when the St. Louis Cardinals tried to sidestep the most intimidating hitter in the game. Santiago, the most unlikely No. 5 hitter you'd ever want to meet, was named Most Valuable Player for repeatedly making the Cardinals pay for pitching around Bonds, but Santiago was not the only one to make a big statement in the Giants' impressive five-game victory.
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By Peter Schmuck and Peter Schmuck,SUN STAFF | October 14, 2002
SAN FRANCISCO - The 98th World Series is beginning to take shape, and it could come with a built-in theme song: "Born to be Wild." Benito Santiago hit a dramatic two-run home run in the bottom of the eighth inning last night to give the San Francisco Giants a 4-3 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals at Pacific Bell Park and push them to the brink of the first Fall Classic involving two wild-card playoff entrants. The Anaheim Angels won their first American League pennant earlier in the day after finishing a close second to the Oakland Athletics in the American League West.
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May 11, 2006
On May 9, 2006, MARY ETTA (nee Jennings) beloved wife of the late Russell A. Rohrbaugh and loving mother of Larry R. Rohrbaugh and wife Sharon, Mark L. Rohrbaugh and the late Linda L. Rohrbaugh, dearest grandmother of Troy Rohrbaugh and wife Amy, and Tracy Collins and husband Michael. Also survived by two great-grandsons. Friends may call at the family owned JOSEPH N. ZANNINO JR., FUNERAL HOME, 263 S. Conkling Street (at Gough) on Thursday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. A funeral service will be held at St. Paul Lutheran Church, 141 S. Clinton Street, Friday, 10 A.M. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be directed to St. Paul's Lutheran Church.
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By Emily Patton, Special to The Baltimore Sun | September 10, 2011
Coach Ken Niumatalolo was not all smiles after Navy's 40-14 win over Western Kentucky at Houchens-Smith Stadium on Saturday night. In fact, he was in tears. Late in the second quarter, his senior slotback Aaron Santiago went down with an arm injury on his last carry and would not return to the game. "He is going to be out for a while," Niumatalolo said. "A great, great kid. I'm going to be honest with you, I was kind of in a daze in the second half. Our team was playing great, but to lose one of your guys like that, who has just been a phenomenal human being, it is hard to see that.
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August 22, 2011
Each week The Sun's John McIntyre presents a moderately obscure but evocative word with which you may not be familiar — another brick to add to the wall of your working vocabulary. This week's word: GONFALON A gonfalon (pronounced GAHN-fu-lahn) is a flag suspended from a crosspiece instead of from an upright staff. It often ends in streamers. The word comes from the Frankish gundfano , "battle standard," and the Italian gonfalone . The Italian is particularly appropriate because such banners were the standards of some Italian republics.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,don.markus@baltsun.com | July 14, 2009
A Howard County judge sentenced an illegal immigrant from Mexico to three years in prison Monday after the 21-year-old man pleaded guilty to two counts of negligent vehicular homicide while driving under the influence of alcohol. Jose Rosendo Algomeda-Santiago will be deported once he serves his prison term, public defender Lou Willemin said after the sentencing. U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement confirmed that. Circuit Judge Louis A. Becker III rejected a request from the families of the two passengers killed - both of whom were Santiago's cousins - to deport him immediately.
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By From a Baltimore Sun staff report | March 4, 2009
A second person has died from injuries suffered in a crash in Howard County over the weekend, and police said additional charges likely will be brought against the driver, whom investigators suspect of being under the influence of alcohol at the time of the accident. Victor Guitierrez-Almeida died early yesterday at Maryland Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore, Howard County police said. He and Gilberto Garcia Vasquez, who died at the scene, were passengers in a car that crossed the double-yellow line on Route 32 in Dayton early Sunday and collided with a Dodge pickup truck.
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July 3, 2008
High school is awarded federal grant W.E.B. DuBois High School in Baltimore has received a $3.7 million federal grant to improve mentoring and work opportunities for students, the U.S. Department of Labor announced this week. The school is one of nine high schools nationwide that were awarded a total of $49.5 million. All nine of them, seven of them in Philadelphia, have been labeled "persistently dangerous" under the federal No Child Left Behind Act. DuBois is a small high school created by the breakup of Northern High.
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By Matthew Dolan | November 3, 2007
A member of the Bloods gang received a 10-year-prison sentence yesterday in federal court in Baltimore after his conviction on a gun possession charge. U.S. District Judge William D. Quarles, Jr. sentenced Lanikko Santiago, 26, of Baltimore, to the prison term followed by three years of supervised release for being a felon in possession of a firearm and for possessing a firearm with an obliterated serial number. According to the testimony presented at his two day trial, Santiago was a passenger in the rear seat of a vehicle on Nov. 8, 2006 that was pulled over by Baltimore City Police detectives for a traffic stop.
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September 27, 2003
On September 25, 2003, ARTURO PUPKIN of Santiago, Chile, beloved husband of the late Berta Pupkin, devoted father of Dr. Marcos Pupkin of Baltimore, Dr. Juan Pupkin of Israel and Jorge Pupkin of Chile, loving grandather of Dr. Andrew, Claude, and Vivian Pupkin. Also survived by five great-grandchildren. Services and Interment were held in Santiago, Chile on Friday, September 26, 2003.
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July 12, 2006
Suddenly, on July 4, 2006 LUIS J.; devoted son of Akeshia Burley, grandfather Alphonso Pryor, Godmother Regina Springfield, four sisters, three brothers and a host of other relatives and friends. Friends may call at the Carlton C. Douglass Funeral Service, P.A., 1701 Mc Culloh St., on Wednesday from 1 to 9 P.M. Family will receive friends Thursday 11 A.M. to 12 noon at the Dynamic Deliverance Cathedral, 630 Linwood Ave. Interment Trinity Cemetery.
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May 12, 2006
Barbara Cecelia Santiago, a Bel Air office manager, died of a stroke Monday at University of Maryland Medical Center. The Churchville resident was 67. Born Barbara Cecelia DePalma in Bethpage on Long Island, N.Y., and raised in Albany, she married Paul John Santiago Sr. in 1959. They moved to Maryland in 1965, when he became a professor of chemistry at Harford Community College. In 1980, she earned her associate's degree there. Mrs. Santiago had worked for the past decade at the Northeastern Office of the Legal Aid Bureau in Bel Air. "She was the heart of the office," said Dorcey Berndt, its chief attorney.
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