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By Jeff Barker and The Baltimore Sun | September 19, 2013
Two years after merging football and fashion with splashy new football uniforms, Under Armour and Maryland were at it again Thursday night. The Baltimore-based company unveiled the next iteration of its "Maryland Pride" uniforms, featuring a Maryland-flag-inspired red jersey it says will be impossible for opposing players to grab onto. The "no grab" technology was the highlight of the "Maryland Pride 2.0" uniform that debuted in a Harbor East ceremony that included Maryland band members and Ravens wide receiver and former Terps star Torrey Smith.
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By Childs Walker, The Baltimore Sun | September 17, 2013
Maryland racetracks will share uniform drug testing rules with seven other states in the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast after the state's racing commission gave final approval Tuesday to the new regional plan for thoroughbreds and standardbreds. Under the new rules, which take effect Jan. 1, the states will share a list of 24 permitted substances, will allow only the anti-bleeding drug Lasix to be administered within 24 hours of a race and will guarantee that their testing labs are accredited.
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By David Selig and The Baltimore Sun | July 19, 2013
You might have a lucky Orioles jersey, the one you always wear when the O's badly need a 'W.' But as superstitious as baseball players are, there's surely no correlation between uniform choices and a team's success, right? Chris Creamer's sportslogos.net might beg to differ. The website has a post that breaks down every team's record this season based on each different uniform piece worn . (Hat tip to intern extraordinaire Daniel Gallen, who tweeted this out.) According to Creamer's stats , the Orioles are at their best (20-15)
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By Matt Vensel | May 20, 2013
The slumping Orioles have lost five in a row, but on Monday, they came away with a win off the diamond. The Orioles have the best uniforms in the major leagues, according to a recent fan poll conducted by ESPN. The O's entered the SportsNation bracket, dubbed the Battle of the Uniforms , as the 13th seed in the American League. “Always liked the orange-and-black scheme, but the white-paneled cap is a bad, bad look from the '70s,” wrote ESPN's Jim Caple, who seeded the AL side of the bracket.
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By Jessica Anderson, The Baltimore Sun | April 26, 2013
A Baltimore County police officer has been charged with malfeasance in office after detectives said he repeatedly engaged in and recorded sexual acts while on duty, including at least one video sent to a 16-year-old girl. Aaron Z. Pross, 29, of Newark, Del., who was assigned to the Pikesville Precinct, is being investigated by his agency and could face additional charges. Detectives said he took more than 120 images and 20 videos engaging in sexual acts with himself and an adult woman while he was working.
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By Carrie Wells, The Baltimore Sun | March 7, 2013
Eager to avoid a repeat of the violence last St. Patrick's Day, when youths fought in downtown streets and a tourist was beaten unconscious, Baltimore police are stepping up patrols in nightlife centers starting this weekend. Commanders will add extra patrols at the Inner Harbor and in Fells Point, Canton and Federal Hill in coming weeks as bars and restaurants start celebrations early. Police will also send plainclothes officers to those areas in advance of March 17, a Sunday. "Everybody's getting excited about the holiday, and so are the police," Baltimore police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi said.
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By Gwendolyn Glenn | February 6, 2013
Although no battles were fought in Laurel during the Civil War, the city's railroad was a strategic resource for the Union Army, numerous units of Union soldiers were stationed here and the military's presence added a different element to the city's social and cultural landscapes. A new yearlong exhibit, "Stationed in Laurel: Our Civil War Story," opened Sunday Feb. 3 at the Laurel Museum and captures that segment of Laurel's history. In September, a mini-exhibit was displayed at the museum that gave a partial account of Laurel's Civil War past.
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By Dan Connolly and The Baltimore Sun | February 2, 2013
When I reported that the Orioles had held a brief workout for lefty reliever Arthur Rhodes at Camden Yards on Thursday, I received a whole lot of age jokes on my Twitter account. For once, they weren't aimed at me. Rhodes, who didn't pitch professionally in 2012 and was last seen winning a World Series with the St. Louis Cardinals in 2011, turned 43 in October. (That's actually slightly older than me, so take that). I think the best line I saw on Twitter was from the guy who asked me if Rhodes had developed a deer-antler spitball to get hitters out. Hey, insulting and topical.
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January 25, 2013
Baltimore Sun reporters Jeff Barker and Don Markus and editor Matt Bracken weigh in on the three biggest topics of the past week in Maryland sports. Can Pe'Shon Howard still be valuable to the Terps despite his shooting woes? Jeff Barker: It's been an uneven ride for Howard, but there are absolutely ways he can - and I think will - contribute.  I'm not sure that experience-challenged Maryland could afford to turn its back on the junior even if it wanted to. It needs him. One way Howard aids the Terps is on defense.
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By Jon Fogg, The Baltimore Sun | January 19, 2013
The NCAA Division I Board of Directors voted Saturday in favor of deregulation that will affect a wide swath of the rulebook for all sports, including getting rid of a ban on text messages from coaches to recruits. In all, 25 of 26 proposals recomended last month by the NCAA Rules Working Group were approved and will go into effect Aug. 1. The board delayed action on one of the most controversial - a uniform start date for recruiting. The presidents asked the Rules Working Group to expedite its study of the issue and return with a solution as soon as possible.
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