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By Sandra McKee | March 15, 1991
VS. WICHITA WINGS* WHEN: Tonight, 8:05.* WHERE: The Arena.* RADIO: WCAO-AM 600.VS. SAN DIEGO SOCKERS* WHEN: Tomorrow, 2:35 p.m.* WHERE: The Arena.* TV/RADIO: Channel 45; WCAO-AM 600.* OUTLOOK: Blast defender Mike Stankovic will not play tonight because the team's appeal of a one-game suspension was denied. Stankovic was initially suspended last week and fined $1,000 for punching Tacoma's Steve Kinsey, Feb. 24. The fine was reduced to $500.Dale Mitchell has 11 goals and 14 assists in his last 11 games and leads the team in scoring with 35 goals, 33 assists.
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By Jeff Barker and Jeff Barker,jeff.barker@baltsun.com | October 25, 2009
DURHAM, N.C. - Maryland, which has suffered a rash of injuries, lost safety Antwine Perez after a tackle at the end of the first quarter. He did not return to the game. Perez lay on the field after making a hit with his head and shoulders on a pass play. Maryland coach Ralph Friedgen walked out to midfield as Perez was being immobilized and taken out on a stretcher. The team announced at halftime Perez was alert and not seriously hurt. The Terps were already playing without starters Nolan Carroll (cornerback)
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Staff Writer | December 13, 1993
QUEBEC -- The Washington Capitals have come to this picturesque, snow-covered city to find out if they can play three terrific games in a row by beating the Quebec Nordiques tonight.The Capitals have knocked off the Philadelphia Flyers, 4-2, and the Montreal Canadiens, 5-3, on a three-game Eastern Conference road trip that concludes here.They've done it with solid defense and a simple but surprisingly potent offense. And a big part of that offensive burst has been generated by second-year player Keith Jones, who has three goals in two games and nearly knocked in the game-winner Saturday on a breakaway against Montreal's Patrick Roy."
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,edward.lee@baltsun.com | April 2, 2009
Stevenson men's lacrosse coach Paul Cantabene thinks his team's Capital Athletic Conference series with Salisbury is becoming a rivalry. Sea Gulls coach Jim Berkman doesn't quite feel the same way. "With the intensity of the last couple of games that we've played with them, I would say that it's one of the biggest rivalries out there," Cantabene said. "I don't think they like a new person in their conference. This has been their conference for years, and they've won it. I don't think they like getting someone new in there and trying to take their role.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Staff Writer | December 20, 1993
For most teams, it's a stretch on a schedule that's considered a breather -- consecutive games against the Minnesota Timberwolves, Los Angeles Clippers, Sacramento Kings and Milwaukee Bucks. But for the Washington Bullets, the next seven days could establish a record the team would rather not have.The Bullets' losing streak is 10 after Saturday's 102-96 loss to the Utah Jazz in which Washington wasted a 15-point second-half lead. It's the team's longest losing streak since the Bullets moved to Landover in 1973 and is approaching the franchise record of 13 established by the Baltimore Bullets during the 1966-67 season.
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By Buster Olney and Buster Olney,Sun Staff Writer | August 7, 1995
A parade of Orioles passed through the video room after yesterday's 3-2 loss to Milwaukee. Brady Anderson, Bobby Bonilla, Curtis Goodwin, looking for answers to why the Orioles aren't hitting, and what they saw on replay was yet another young pitcher shutting them down.Brewers left-hander Brian Givens, making his ninth major-league start, allowed the Orioles no hits for 5 1/3 innings. This would be noteworthy if losing to unknowns hadn't become such a regular occurrence for the Orioles, who finished 6-7 on this disappointing homestand and dropped eight games out of first, the farthest since July 5.They begin a one-week swing through New York and Boston tonight, with little clue as to why hits and runs have become so elusive.
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June 4, 2001
AMERICAN LEAGUE Who's hot The Twins won their 13th series, a mark they didn't reach until July 25 last year. Who's not The Royals (20-36) have the worst record after 56 games in the franchise's 33-year history. Line of the day Tim Salmon, Angels designated hitter AB ..... R .... H .... RBI .... HR 3 ....... 2 .... 2 ..... 3 ........ 2 NATIONAL LEAGUE Who's hot Bobby Abreu of the Phillies is 19-for-46 (.413) with 20 runs, three homers and 11 RBIs in his past 13 games. Who's not The Padres are 8-17 against the NL West, 1-6 against the Diamondbacks.
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By Joe Strauss and Joe Strauss,SUN STAFF | July 30, 2001
ANAHEIM, Calif. - Saturday's 6-4 loss to the Anaheim Angels became less painful to the Orioles than initially thought yesterday when the club learned that starting pitcher Willis Roberts suffered no structural damage to his right knee during an on-field collapse in the game's sixth inning. Roberts was carted from the field after crumpling on a two-out pitch that hit Angels second baseman David Eckstein. Roberts stretched out on his back for several minutes while team trainers examined his right knee.
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,SUN STAFF | January 7, 2003
For the only time all season, Morgan State's men enjoyed a laugher last night at Hill Field House. The Bears took control midway through the first half, eased to a 13-point cushion at the break and went on to trounce winless North Carolina A&T, 87-68, in a Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference matchup. Fifteen members of the Morgan roster played and 14 scored in what amounted to the team's easiest win since consecutive 19-point triumphs over Florida A&M and Bethune-Cookman in 1998. "We couldn't have played any better than this.
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,SUN STAFF | October 20, 2004
Because of the nature of Navy's option offense, the quarterback usually takes a pounding. Aaron Polanco received his Saturday in the 27-9 loss to Notre Dame. As a result, Polanco is practicing this week while sporting a red jersey, which symbolizes that he is off limits to contact. But he said yesterday he will definitely start in Saturday's game against Rice at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium. "I'm not missing anything," said Polanco. "I'm just banged up pretty bad from the game.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,don.markus@baltsun.com | September 30, 2008
Navy coach Ken Niumatalolo said yesterday that the hamstring injury suffered by senior quarterback Kaipo-Noa Kaheaku-Enhada in last week's 24-17 win at Wake Forest isn't as serious as the one that kept him out of the first two games this season. It is still not known whether Kaheaku-Enhada will play in Saturday's game at Air Force. "We're going to continue to have him get as much treatment as he can and see what happens," Niumatalolo said before practice. "It's going to be day-to-day.
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By Childs Walker and Childs Walker,Sun reporter | June 29, 2008
The gathering of civic leaders was meant to celebrate the coming Dew Tour event at Camden Yards. But all anyone could talk about, Mike Gibbons noticed, was the Orioles. Afterward, Gibbons, executive director of the Sports Legends Museum, walked over to watch that night's game. "You could feel the excitement of 32,000, and it was tangible beyond anything I've felt there since we were in the playoffs against Cleveland in 1997," he said. More recently, his son was out of town for a baseball tournament and phoned home several times to get updates on Orioles games.
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By Heather A. Dinich and Heather A. Dinich,Sun Reporter | February 14, 2007
It has been widely reported that Duke has lost four straight games for the first time since 1996, but should the Blue Devils drop another one at 9 tonight against league-leading Boston College, the history gets a little hairy. Technically, Duke has never lost five consecutive games under Mike Krzyzewski. Duke suffered an even worse slide in 1994-95, though, when Krzyzewski coached the first 12 games before leaving the team after "back surgery and exhaustion." Pete Gaudet coached the final 19 games and went 4-15.
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,SUN REPORTER | October 19, 2006
During the previous two seasons, Morgan State's football team gave up more than 36 points a game and the team's fortunes sank as a result. This fall, that number is down to 18.2 and in the past three games, the Bears have blanked high-scoring Bethune-Cookman for more than three quarters, shut out North Carolina A&T and held Howard to 12 points (two on a safety). Over that span, the opposition is averaging slightly more than eight points and Morgan has won three straight after a 1-3 start.
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By ROCH KUBATKO | June 18, 2006
The starting time for Saturday's game between the Orioles and Washington Nationals at Camden Yards has been moved to 4:35 p.m. and will be shown on Ch. 54. Fox Sports was supposed to air the game at 1:20 p.m. Also, for those of you wondering about Dave Cash, I'm told the Orioles are still waiting for him to decide what he wants to do. He was reassigned within the organization, not fired, and was told to take a few weeks off. There's a chance he could...
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January 9, 2006
Win or lose, Baltimore Blast fans -- more than 900 of them hold season tickets to the games at 1st Mariner Arena -- show pride in their hometown indoor soccer team by screaming, dancing and jumping. Others display spirit through clothing, masks and even tattoos. Such enthusiasm was on display at Saturday's game against the Milwaukee Wave. Despite scoring three quick goals in the first quarter, the Blast lost 7-6 in overtime.
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF | June 6, 2005
DETROIT -- The Orioles began yesterday's game with two healthy players on their bench and a lineup they never envisioned back in March. Napoleon Calzado in left field. Ramon Nivar in center. Chris Gomez at second base. Sal Fasano behind the plate. Too bad Hayden Penn wasn't pitching. That won't happen until tomorrow night in Pittsburgh. Second baseman Brian Roberts was available to pinch run in an emergency. The club still isn't sure whether he'll play tonight against the Pirates. "It's going to be a tough call," Orioles manager Lee Mazzilli said.
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF | August 1, 2005
The Orioles seemed a little more confident in their rotation yesterday after Sidney Ponson threw in the bullpen and Daniel Cabrera vowed to make his next start, which will come sooner than expected. They needed good news on both fronts. Ponson was hit on the right thumb during Thursday's start, and Cabrera took a line drive off the back of his right hand two days later. But they expect to take their turns as if nothing happened. Pitching coach Ray Miller observed Ponson's bullpen session and gave reporters a thumbs-up.
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF | August 1, 2005
The Orioles seemed a little more confident in their rotation yesterday after Sidney Ponson threw in the bullpen and Daniel Cabrera vowed to make his next start, which will come sooner than expected. They needed good news on both fronts. Ponson was hit on the right thumb during Thursday's start, and Cabrera took a line drive off the back of his right hand two days later. But they expect to take their turns as if nothing happened. Pitching coach Ray Miller observed Ponson's bullpen session and gave reporters a thumbs-up.
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF | June 6, 2005
DETROIT -- The Orioles began yesterday's game with two healthy players on their bench and a lineup they never envisioned back in March. Napoleon Calzado in left field. Ramon Nivar in center. Chris Gomez at second base. Sal Fasano behind the plate. Too bad Hayden Penn wasn't pitching. That won't happen until tomorrow night in Pittsburgh. Second baseman Brian Roberts was available to pinch run in an emergency. The club still isn't sure whether he'll play tonight against the Pirates. "It's going to be a tough call," Orioles manager Lee Mazzilli said.
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