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By Tara Finnegan and Tara Finnegan,Contributing Writer | September 2, 1993
The Baltimore Spirit yesterday re-signed Baltimore native Tim Wittman to one-year contract and announced its 1993-94 schedule, which will include 18 weekend games at the Baltimore Arena.The Spirit will kick off its second season in the National Professional Soccer League on Oct. 29 at 7:35 p.m. when it plays host to the Chicago Power.Wittman, the leading goal scorer in the history of the Major Soccer League's Baltimore Blast, played in 32 games last season and finished with 32 goals and 19 assists.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,SUN STAFF | March 5, 2004
Two weeks ago, the Blast was losing to the Cleveland Force 4-1, with much of the damage being done by Force forward Adauto Neto, when coach Tim Wittman took defenseman Billy Nelson aside. "Billy, I want you to chew him up," Wittman told him. And Nelson chewed him up. Neto didn't score again. And Nelson not only closed down the Cleveland forward, but also helped open up the Blast's offense. He blocked a season-high five shots and produced two assists. One of them brought the Blast to within a goal and the second assured a 9-7 victory.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,SUN STAFF | March 5, 2004
Two weeks ago, the Blast was losing to the Cleveland Force 4-1, with much of the damage being done by Force forward Adauto Neto, when coach Tim Wittman took defenseman Billy Nelson aside. "Billy, I want you to chew him up," Wittman told him. And Nelson chewed him up. Neto didn't score again. And Nelson not only closed down the Cleveland forward, but also helped open up the Blast's offense. He blocked a season-high five shots and produced two assists. One of them brought the Blast to within a goal and the second assured a 9-7 victory.
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By Tara Finnegan and Tara Finnegan,Contributing Writer | September 2, 1993
The Baltimore Spirit yesterday re-signed Baltimore native Tim Wittman to one-year contract and announced its 1993-94 schedule, which will include 18 weekend games at the Baltimore Arena.The Spirit will kick off its second season in the National Professional Soccer League on Oct. 29 at 7:35 p.m. when it plays host to the Chicago Power.Wittman, the leading goal scorer in the history of the Major Soccer League's Baltimore Blast, played in 32 games last season and finished with 32 goals and 19 assists.
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October 18, 1991
Player .. .. .. .. .. This yearJoe Barger . . . . . .Local businessRichard Chinapoo . . .DallasDominic Feltham . . . Ret. to EnglandChris Haywood . . . . IndefiniteHank Henry . . . . . .DallasScott Manning . . . . Asst., Loyola CollegeDale Mitchell . . . . TacomaAngelo Panzetta . . . Harrisburg, NPSLBruce Savage . . . . .U.S. National teamChris Simon . . . . . Local businessDavid Vaudreuil . . . Harrisburg, NPSLTim Wittman . . . . . San Diego
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May 26, 1995
Opponent: Myrtle Beach BoyzSite: Cardinal Gibbons SchoolTime: 8Outlook: The Bays (0-5) will be playing their first game with former Spirit and Blast defender Tim Wittman. Their leading scorers are Tariq Walker and Brian Marshall with two goals each. Myrtle Beach (3-5) has signed Henry Gutierrez, the National Professional Soccer League Rookie of the Year, and is led by brothers Gabe and Carlos Garcia in the midfield.
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By From Staff Reports | March 10, 1993
CLEVELAND -- The Cleveland Crunch's Zoran Karic scored three goals to capture Most Valuable Player honors and lead the American Division to a 15-14 win over the National Division in the National Professional Soccer League All-Star game last night before a crowd of 9,179.The American Division, which has now won three straight All-Star games, trailed 6-0 before the Baltimore Spirit's Tim Wittman scored a 2-point goal with 15 seconds left in the first quarter.Karic and Crunch teammate Hector Marinaro scored five of the next six goals to tie the game 8-8 at half-time.
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By Bill Free | March 5, 1991
There was good news for Tim Wittman and the Baltimore Blast last night after team doctor Joseph Ciotola performed arthroscopic surgery on Wittman's left knee at Kernan Hospital.Ciotola found no ligament or cartilage damage during what Blast trainer Marty McGinty described as a "very simple, smooth operation."McGinty said Wittman might be able to return to practice in 14 days and play in three weeks. That would bring Wittman back for the final five regular-season games after missing the next six games.
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By Sandra McKee | February 28, 1991
VS. DALLAS SIDEKICKS* WHERE: Baltimore Arena.* WHEN: Tonight, 7:05.* RADIO: WCAO-AM 600.* OUTLOOK: As amazing as it seems, the Blast (19-20) is only 1 1/2 games out of first place in the Eastern Division of the Major Soccer League. Dallas (14-25), on the other hand, is out of the running in the West. The problem for the Blast is that the Sidekicks can gain a lot of delight by wrecking the plans of contenders. The Sidekicks come into tonight's game off a 10-8 loss to Wichita, while the Blast returns home after back-to-back losses in San Diego and Tacoma, the last in triple overtime.
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January 27, 1995
Opponent: Kansas City AttackSite: Baltimore ArenaTime: 7:35Radio: WWLG (1360 AM), WAMD (970 AM)Tickets: Many availableOutlook: The Spirit will be without Franklin McIntosh, who was suspended for one game after being ejected for fighting in Sunday's win over the Dayton Dynamo. Tim Wittman will be back after serving a three-game suspension. The Spirit has won two straight; Kansas City is 1-3 since the Milwaukee Wave ended its 10-game winning streak. Kansas City's Goran Hunjak, who played the past two years for the Spirit, is No. 3 in the National Professional Soccer League with 108 points.
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