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By BILL ORDINE | June 4, 2008
Red Wings @Penguins 8 p.m. [Chs. 11, 4] Detroit leads the series 3-2, but Pittsburgh staved off elimination Monday night with a 4-3 road victory in triple overtime. The Penguins tied the score in regulation with 35 seconds left. Now, they will try to extend the series to a seventh game.
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By Todd Karpovich and The Baltimore Sun | February 22, 2014
On a night when the Blast honored one of its all-time greatest players, it also continued to put itself in position to add a 14th championship banner at Baltimore Arena. Tony Donatelli and Lucio Gonzaga each had two goals and the Blast held off the Syracuse Silver Knights, 10-9, in their final home game of the Major Indoor Soccer League regular season before an announced 8,385. The Blast improved to 15-3 and have won seven consecutive games. The Blast, which already has clinched a playoff spot, trails the first-place Milwaukee Wave (15-2)
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By Los Angeles Times | April 8, 1992
LOS ANGELES -- Duke's victory over Michigan in Monday night's NCAA championship game was the sport's most-watched game, college or pro, in U.S. television history, according to figures released yesterday by the A.C. Nielsen Co.CBS' coverage of the Blue Devils' 71-51 triumph was seen in 20.9 million households, topping the 19.8 million that viewed Villanova's 1985 upset of Georgetown. The pro record is 18.8 million for the seventh game of the 1988 NBA Finals between the Los Angeles Lakers and Detroit Pistons.
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | June 27, 2012
Recent Loyola grad Deemer Class has experienced plenty of enjoyment and opportunity through lacrosse. A three-year starter and captain at midfield, he scored 22 goals and added 30 assists this spring to earn first-team All-Metro honors while leading the No. 2 Dons to a berth in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference title game. The Hunt Valley resident received a full scholarship to play lacrosse at Duke beginning next spring. Next up for Class is something he dreamed about when he was younger - playing in the Under Armour All-America Lacrosse Classic.
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By RAY FRAGER | November 2, 2008
CBS sent along Randy Cross' thoughts at approximately the halfway point of the NFL season. Here's what he had to say about the Ravens: "If this defense can hold up for another 10 games, the Ravens stay in the hunt, but a couple of injuries and 2008 could get real long, real quick." (Either they asked him before the Ravens played their seventh game or he has them going to at least one playoff game.) (For more, go to baltimoresun.com/mediumwell)
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By Milton Kent and Milton Kent,Evening Sun Staff | May 30, 1991
It's a fairly safe assumption that programmers at Channel 2 have become Portland Trail Blazers fans, albeit temporarily.The Trail Blazers, who meet the Los Angeles Lakers in the sixth game of the NBA's Western Conference championship series tonight, can force a seventh and deciding game Saturday with a victory tonight.They also can spare Channel 2 the wrath of angry basketball fans who could miss the first game of a dream matchup pitting Magic Johnson of the Lakers against Michael Jordan of the Chicago Bulls in the best-of-seven league championship series.
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By James H. Jackson and James H. Jackson,Staff Writer | May 1, 1992
The Washington Capitals' best season in their 18-year history has come down to one game -- tonight's 7:35 game to decide the opening-round Stanley Cup playoff series with the Pittsburgh Penguins.A berth in the Patrick Division finals is at stake for the Capitals, who finished second overall in the NHL, were second in goals scored and second in home record. A loss would be an ignominious blow, especially because the Capitals held a 3-1 lead in games on the defending Stanley Cup champions.This was to be the Capitals' finest hour.
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August 24, 1991
COMMACK, N.Y. -- Stefan Edberg held off Jimmy Connors in three sets, and Ivan Lendl rallied past Omar Camporese, as the top two seeds advanced to the semifinals of the Hamlet Challenge Cup yesterday.Connors, 38 and ranked No. 195 in the world, made Edberg, ranked No. 2, work for every point before losing, 6-3, 4-6, 6-4. Lendl rallied after losing the first two games for a 7-6 (7-5), 6-3 victory.In another quarterfinal at the Hamlet Golf and Country Club, qualifier Olivier Delaitre of Luxembourg beat Thierry Champion of France, 6-4, 6-4.Fourth seed John McEnroe used pinpoint accuracy and a commanding serve to overpower Luiz Mattar of Brazil, 6-3, 6-1, in the last quarterfinal match last night.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,Sun Staff Writer | June 22, 1994
HOUSTON -- It's a fantasy that's followed Sam Cassell from the playgrounds of East Baltimore, those days when the Houston Rockets guard would imagine he was Julius Erving with the ball in the closing seconds of a seventh game."
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,SUN STAFF | January 29, 1997
Aberdeen, which had been blunting each comeback rally by visiting Edgewood, had one last burst in the closing three minutes to put away the Rams, 78-72, in a pivotal matchup of the top two teams in the Harford County League game last night.This marked the second meeting this season in the heated neighborhood rivalry between ranked squads, and for the second time, it was the Eagles who prevailed. Before an enthusiastic overflow crowd, the No. 11 team (13-1, 8-0) won its seventh game in a row, and ended a seven-game winning streak by the visitors (12-4, 6-2)
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By Edward Lee | November 13, 2011
As expected, wide receiver Lee Evans will sit out his seventh straight game when the Ravens take on the Seattle Seahawks at CenturyLink Field in Seattle Sunday. Evans had been limited in practice all week by a lingering left ankle injury and had been described by the team as doubtful for the contest. Rookie Torrey Smith will make his seventh consecutive start. Also as expected, free safety Ed Reed and outside linebacker Terrell Suggs will start in their customary positions.
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By Jeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun | April 17, 2011
The final three outs Sunday at Progressive Field provided a fitting conclusion to a demoralizing series and an awful road trip, one on which the Orioles were exposed in every possible way. Trailing the Cleveland Indians by two runs in the ninth inning, Derrek Lee flied out on closer Chris Perez's first pitch. Vladimir Guerrero popped out on Perez's second pitch, and Luke Scott worked a seven-pitch at-bat before he struck out looking on a ball that appeared to have been outside the strike zone.
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By RAY FRAGER | November 2, 2008
CBS sent along Randy Cross' thoughts at approximately the halfway point of the NFL season. Here's what he had to say about the Ravens: "If this defense can hold up for another 10 games, the Ravens stay in the hunt, but a couple of injuries and 2008 could get real long, real quick." (Either they asked him before the Ravens played their seventh game or he has them going to at least one playoff game.) (For more, go to baltimoresun.com/mediumwell)
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By Dan Connolly and Dan Connolly,dan.connolly@baltsun.com | September 6, 2008
Hours after learning he would be leading the Orioles again in 2009, Dave Trembley witnessed something he had never seen before on a baseball diamond. This is a guy who rode minor league buses for 20 years and managed thousands of bush league games. A guy who on Aug. 22, 2007 - the last time his job security was publicly supported by his front office - watched his Orioles allow 30 runs in one game. And yet the eighth inning of last night's rain-soaked, 11-2 loss to the Oakland Athletics - a defeat that was the Orioles' seventh consecutive and 14th in their past 16 games - made history for Trembley.
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By BILL ORDINE | June 4, 2008
Red Wings @Penguins 8 p.m. [Chs. 11, 4] Detroit leads the series 3-2, but Pittsburgh staved off elimination Monday night with a 4-3 road victory in triple overtime. The Penguins tied the score in regulation with 35 seconds left. Now, they will try to extend the series to a seventh game.
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,Sun reporter | July 1, 2007
Each start by Orioles left-hander Brian Burres seems to bring the same question: Will he make his next one? Burres isn't exactly flush with promises when it comes to keeping his spot in the rotation, but the Orioles never wanted him to treat each assignment like an audition. Angels@Orioles Today, 1:35 p.m., MASN, 105.7 FM Starters: John Lackey (10-5, 2.99) vs. Jeremy Guthrie (4-1, 2.45)
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By Phil Jackman and Phil Jackman,Staff Writer | April 30, 1992
PITTSBURGH -- The Washington Capitals didn't get shook up when, during the first five minutes of their playoff game with the Pittsburgh Penguins last night, they fell behind by two goals."
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By MIKE LITTWIN | October 28, 1991
MINNEAPOLIS -- Someday, they'll exhale. Someday, days or weeks from now, the players and fans and everyone else who was there in the MonstroDome will recover from this hold-your-breath Series and break into a winter-warming smile.It was that good. It was that wonderful. It was that dramatic.It was hero Gene Larkin's bases-loaded single that won the 10-inning game, 1-0. It was Jack Morris come Commentaryhome simply refusing to lose, refusing even to give up a run.It was a third extra-inning game in the Energizer-battery Series, and the first time since 1924 any seventh game had gone past nine.
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By DAN CONNOLLY and DAN CONNOLLY,SUN REPORTER | July 16, 2006
Hours at a time, baseball writers stand in clubhouses with notebooks and tape recorders waiting for players to offer pearls of wisdom. Most times, we get nothing. Cliches. Brief answers. Nasty stares if the questions are particularly stupid or the one being interviewed is particularly surly. Occasionally, though, ballplayers and managers fill it up with introspective stuff, funny stuff, bizarre stuff. The reigning king, of course, is Chicago White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen, who already has a book of quotes published.
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By Stephen Kiehl and Stephen Kiehl,SUN STAFF | October 21, 2004
BOSTON - Every Red Sox run last night felt like another spike in the coffin of the curse that has haunted this city for the better part of a century. The home runs that helped give Boston a 10-3 victory over the New York Yankees in the decisive Game 7 of the American League Championship Series were cheered wildly last night in bars and homes across the vast Red Sox Nation. The faithful screamed and danced - as if by screaming and dancing enough they could shake off the collective weight of 86 years of frustration, of being second-best.
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