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February 23, 2000
Baseball Astros: Signed P Wayne Franklin, IF Julio Lugo, P Tony McKnight, IF Aaron McNeal, P Brian Powell, P Wilfredo Rodriguez, P Jeriome Robertson and IF Chris Powell to one-year contracts. Angels: Signed C Jason Dewey and P Matt Wise to one-year contracts. Blue Jays: Signed OF Vernon Wells, OF Anthony Sanders and IF Mike Young to one-year contracts. Marlins: Signed P Hector Almonte, P Braden Looper, IF Pablo Ozuna, IF Nate Rolison and OF Julio Ramirez to one-year contracts. Mets: Signed 1B Mark Johnson to minor-league contract.
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February 23, 2000
Baseball Astros: Signed P Wayne Franklin, IF Julio Lugo, P Tony McKnight, IF Aaron McNeal, P Brian Powell, P Wilfredo Rodriguez, P Jeriome Robertson and IF Chris Powell to one-year contracts. Angels: Signed C Jason Dewey and P Matt Wise to one-year contracts. Blue Jays: Signed OF Vernon Wells, OF Anthony Sanders and IF Mike Young to one-year contracts. Marlins: Signed P Hector Almonte, P Braden Looper, IF Pablo Ozuna, IF Nate Rolison and OF Julio Ramirez to one-year contracts. Mets: Signed 1B Mark Johnson to minor-league contract.
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August 22, 1996
BaseballAngels: Recalled P Jason Dickson from Triple-A Vancouver. Placed P Chuck McElroy on the 15-day DL.Cubs: Placed OF Sammy Sosa on the 15-day DL. Recalled OF Brooks Kieschnick from Triple-A Iowa.Giants: Claimed OF Trinidad Hubbard off waivers from the Colorado Rockies. Sold the contract of C Steve Decker to Colorado.Rangers: Signed P R. A. Dickey.Reds: Optioned IF/OF Eric Owens to Triple-A Indianapolis. Recalled P Mike Remlinger from Indianapolis.Yankees: Optioned P David Weathers to Triple-A Columbus.
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November 14, 1996
BaseballMLB: Director of governmental relations Gene Callahan will retire Feb. 1.Rangers: Placed P Gil Heredia on irrevocable waivers for purpose of giving him unconditional release.Reds: Named Ken Griffey Sr. first base coach, Denis Menke hitting coach and Ron Oester infield coach.BasketballHawks: Signed F-C Derrick Alston. Placed C Priest Lauderdale (sore right knee) on injured list.Raptors: Signed C Brad Lohaus. Activated F Mark Hughes from injured list and waived him.SuperSonics: Waived C Elmore Spencer.
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November 14, 1996
BaseballMLB: Director of governmental relations Gene Callahan will retire Feb. 1.Rangers: Placed P Gil Heredia on irrevocable waivers for purpose of giving him unconditional release.Reds: Named Ken Griffey Sr. first base coach, Denis Menke hitting coach and Ron Oester infield coach.BasketballHawks: Signed F-C Derrick Alston. Placed C Priest Lauderdale (sore right knee) on injured list.Raptors: Signed C Brad Lohaus. Activated F Mark Hughes from injured list and waived him.SuperSonics: Waived C Elmore Spencer.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Staff Writer | December 1, 1993
Steve Ingram, a fifth-year junior who has led Maryland's offensive line the past two years, is testing his NFL draft prospects and could leave the Terps.Ingram, 6 feet 5 and 300 pounds, yesterday wrote to the NFL advisory committee that evaluates the potential of players who want to leave college before their eligibility has expired. Ingram, a left tackle, said that if the evaluation is what he wants to hear, he's done playing for Maryland."The advisory committee tells you if they think you'll be drafted in the first two rounds, rounds three to seven or if you're not likely to be drafted at all," Ingram said.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Staff Writer | September 25, 1993
BLACKSBURG, Va. -- Steve Ingram is the anchor of a Maryland offensive line that hasn't gotten its due this season, but he's confident that recognition will come sometime soon, preferably from the NFL.Quarterback Scott Milanovich and wide receiver Jermaine Lewis have racked up some astonishing statistics in the Terps' first three games, but an overlooked factor in the passing game's success has been the play of left tackle Ingram and the rest of the line....
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Sun Staff Correspondent | August 28, 1991
"Four offensive linemen at Maryland actually nabbed a perpetrator this spring when he tried to break into their dorm. If only these guys had been as attentive on the field last season, then perhaps quarterback Scott Zolak might not have suffered 40 sacks. Zolak is gone, but Jim Sandwisch will have more of the same to look forward to this fall."-- Sports Illustrated, Aug. 26, 1991The insults hardly seem to stop. And when they do, it's probably because the line is so long."Those comments just stick me the wrong way," said Maryland senior center Mitch Suplee.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Sun Staff Writer | April 20, 1995
The Ingram family might want to consider delaying its NFL draft celebration one day.Steve Ingram will be the guest of honor at a party in Fairmont Heights on Saturday, in anticipation that he will be taken in the first two rounds of the NFL draft. Ingram is one of the best offensive linemen to play at Maryland, but he knows that factors like a slow 40-yard -- time at the national scouting combine could cost him.When Joel Buchsbaum ran a mock draft in the January edition of Pro Football Weekly, he had Ingram as the second-best guard prospect and going to the Miami Dolphins with the 25th pick in the first round.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Sun Staff Correspondent | October 13, 1991
7/8 TC ATLANTA -- Maryland is expected to lose three players for substantial playing time because of injuries suffered in a 34-10 loss to Georgia Tech yesterday at Bobby Dodd Stadium/Grant Field.Starting sophomore halfback Mark Mason, the team's leading rusher, will miss the remainder of the season with a non-displaced fracture of a bone in his right leg.Starting left guard Kevin Arline could be out for three to four weeks with stretched knee ligaments, and No. 2 right cornerback and punt returner Mike Hopson could miss the same amount of time with a sprained right ankle.
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August 22, 1996
BaseballAngels: Recalled P Jason Dickson from Triple-A Vancouver. Placed P Chuck McElroy on the 15-day DL.Cubs: Placed OF Sammy Sosa on the 15-day DL. Recalled OF Brooks Kieschnick from Triple-A Iowa.Giants: Claimed OF Trinidad Hubbard off waivers from the Colorado Rockies. Sold the contract of C Steve Decker to Colorado.Rangers: Signed P R. A. Dickey.Reds: Optioned IF/OF Eric Owens to Triple-A Indianapolis. Recalled P Mike Remlinger from Indianapolis.Yankees: Optioned P David Weathers to Triple-A Columbus.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Sun Staff Writer | April 20, 1995
The Ingram family might want to consider delaying its NFL draft celebration one day.Steve Ingram will be the guest of honor at a party in Fairmont Heights on Saturday, in anticipation that he will be taken in the first two rounds of the NFL draft. Ingram is one of the best offensive linemen to play at Maryland, but he knows that factors like a slow 40-yard -- time at the national scouting combine could cost him.When Joel Buchsbaum ran a mock draft in the January edition of Pro Football Weekly, he had Ingram as the second-best guard prospect and going to the Miami Dolphins with the 25th pick in the first round.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Staff Writer | December 1, 1993
Steve Ingram, a fifth-year junior who has led Maryland's offensive line the past two years, is testing his NFL draft prospects and could leave the Terps.Ingram, 6 feet 5 and 300 pounds, yesterday wrote to the NFL advisory committee that evaluates the potential of players who want to leave college before their eligibility has expired. Ingram, a left tackle, said that if the evaluation is what he wants to hear, he's done playing for Maryland."The advisory committee tells you if they think you'll be drafted in the first two rounds, rounds three to seven or if you're not likely to be drafted at all," Ingram said.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Staff Writer | October 31, 1993
CLEMSON, S.C. -- Before the opening kickoff, Maryland players were dropping.At least nine Terps left yesterday's 29-0 loss at Clemson with injuries, and that doesn't include defensive tackle Madison Bradley, who tested a sore back in the warm-ups and found he wouldn't be able to play.With Sharrod Mack serving a one-game suspension, it left the Terps with a bunch of freshmen in the defensive interior, and they grew nearly as thin elsewhere as the game progressed.The most costly blow appeared to be to sophomore Jermaine Lewis, the leading wide receiver in the Atlantic Coast Conference.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Staff Writer | September 25, 1993
BLACKSBURG, Va. -- Steve Ingram is the anchor of a Maryland offensive line that hasn't gotten its due this season, but he's confident that recognition will come sometime soon, preferably from the NFL.Quarterback Scott Milanovich and wide receiver Jermaine Lewis have racked up some astonishing statistics in the Terps' first three games, but an overlooked factor in the passing game's success has been the play of left tackle Ingram and the rest of the line....
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Staff Writer | August 26, 1992
COLLEGE PARK -- Maryland offensive line coach and coordinator Dan Dorazio entered the locker room. Sweat was pouring down his face and running onto an already drenched T-shirt.Another day, another injury, another line change.Always something."Right now, we're a little behind in our run blocking," said Dorazio, who has to turn the line into a cohesive unit before the Terps open with Virginia on Sept. 5."We just need more work, especially scrimmages with game day situations," said Dorazio. "There are a lot of reasons we're behind.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Sun Staff Correspondent | September 21, 1991
COLLEGE PARK -- University of Maryland football coach Joe Krivak said he would know more about his team once it had to face adversity for the first time this season.The time has come. Riddled with injuries, Maryland (1-1) will face West Virginia (2-1) without its starting quarterback today at 4 p.m. at Byrd Stadium.The Terps will start junior John Kaleo, an All-American at Montgomery College-Rockville last season, at quarterback in place of senior Jim Sandwisch, who re-injured his right elbow and shoulder in a 31-17 loss to Syracuse on Saturday night.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Staff Writer | October 31, 1993
CLEMSON, S.C. -- Before the opening kickoff, Maryland players were dropping.At least nine Terps left yesterday's 29-0 loss at Clemson with injuries, and that doesn't include defensive tackle Madison Bradley, who tested a sore back in the warm-ups and found he wouldn't be able to play.With Sharrod Mack serving a one-game suspension, it left the Terps with a bunch of freshmen in the defensive interior, and they grew nearly as thin elsewhere as the game progressed.The most costly blow appeared to be to sophomore Jermaine Lewis, the leading wide receiver in the Atlantic Coast Conference.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Sun Staff Correspondent | October 13, 1991
7/8 TC ATLANTA -- Maryland is expected to lose three players for substantial playing time because of injuries suffered in a 34-10 loss to Georgia Tech yesterday at Bobby Dodd Stadium/Grant Field.Starting sophomore halfback Mark Mason, the team's leading rusher, will miss the remainder of the season with a non-displaced fracture of a bone in his right leg.Starting left guard Kevin Arline could be out for three to four weeks with stretched knee ligaments, and No. 2 right cornerback and punt returner Mike Hopson could miss the same amount of time with a sprained right ankle.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Sun Staff Correspondent | September 21, 1991
COLLEGE PARK -- University of Maryland football coach Joe Krivak said he would know more about his team once it had to face adversity for the first time this season.The time has come. Riddled with injuries, Maryland (1-1) will face West Virginia (2-1) without its starting quarterback today at 4 p.m. at Byrd Stadium.The Terps will start junior John Kaleo, an All-American at Montgomery College-Rockville last season, at quarterback in place of senior Jim Sandwisch, who re-injured his right elbow and shoulder in a 31-17 loss to Syracuse on Saturday night.
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