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By Peter Schmuck and Peter Schmuck,SUN STAFF | August 29, 1996
Mike Mussina will reach 20 victories for the first time in his career if he continues to pitch the way he did yesterday, but there are times when being merely good is not good enough.Mussina came in with a six-game winning streak and would have made it seven with even modest offensive support, but Oakland starter Don Wengert pitched his first career shutout as the Athletics averted a three-game sweep with a 3-0 victory before 45,282 at Camden Yards.For those keeping score at home, that's three shutouts in six games for a Baltimore batting order that otherwise averages six runs per game.
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May 15, 2001
He said it "I've got the greatest job in the world. The only problem is, everybody thinks he can do it better." Jerry Remy, former major-leaguer who has been a Red Sox TV broadcaster for 14 years On deck The Indians, in Texas tonight, can win 10 straight on the road for the first time since 1938. Who's hot Moises Alou, who missed the first 12 games of the season with a strained right calf, is hitting .409. Who's not The Braves' cable ratingsare down 13 percent for the first 18 games shown on TBS. Line of the day Don Wengert, Pirates starter IP .....
SPORTS
August 29, 1996
The Orioles' Eddie Murray is two home runs short of 500 for his career. Here's a look at his at-bats yesterday:2nd inning: vs. Wengert. Singled to center.4th inning: vs. Wengert. Struck out swinging.7th inning: vs. Wengert. Grounded out to second.9th inning: vs. Wengert. Grounded out to shortstop.Pub Date: 8/29/96@
SPORTS
April 5, 1998
Quote: "[Friday] night I was on first and he asked about Don [Wengert], since they were in Oakland together. Then, I'll be danged he hits one out on him." -- Padres' Tony Gwynn, on Mark McGwire, who homered off Wengert in the sixth. It's a fact: The expansion Diamondbacks switched uniforms for the fourth time in five games, donning white caps with purple brims for the first time and sleeved jerseys for the first time since Opening Day. Who's hot: The Cubs' Terry Mulholland is 14-4 lifetime vs. the Expos.
SPORTS
July 29, 1996
BaseballAngels: Assigned P Robert Ellis to Triple-A Vancouver. Demoted P Jarrod Washburn to Double-A Midland. Recalled C Todd Green from Vancouver. Optioned P Ryan Hancock to Vancouver.Athletics: Activated P Ariel Prieto from DL. Placed P Don Wengert on 15-day DL, retroactive to July 24.Rangers: Sent P Kevin Gross to Triple-A Oklahoma City on rehab assignment.White Sox: Optioned C Robert Machado to Double-A Birmingham.Pub Date: 7/29/96
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By Andrea F. Siegel and Andrea F. Siegel,SUN STAFF | December 7, 2000
Police explained the situation to George Wengert this way: The good news was that someone broke into his home in north Anne Arundel County, but police caught the burglar. The bad news was that while they were looking around Wengert's house for anything relating to the burglary, police found what appeared to be illegal sports betting slips and a heap of cash. But whether the second search was legal is at the heart of a case that has reached the Maryland Court of Appeals, questioning how much poking around police can do in a home once they have taken care of the matter that took them there.
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By Laura Cadiz and Laura Cadiz,SUN STAFF | April 17, 2001
The Maryland Court of Appeals upheld the conviction of a Brooklyn Park man on gaming charges yesterday in a divided opinion on the prosecution's use of evidence found by police searching his house for burglars. The evidence in George Wengert's home, including papers and $42,000 in cash, were legally seized because police - after catching a burglary suspect there - observed them in plain view while checking the house for other intruders or victims, the state's highest court held on a 5-2 vote.
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April 16, 1992
Services for Brian Canby, a carpenter from Severna Park, will take place at 1 p.m. today, at St. John's Church in Severna Park.Mr. Canby, 24, was slain April 11 in Philadelphia, Pa.He was born in Baltimore and raised in Severna Park, where he attended Severna Park High School. Mr. Canby later graduated from Andover High School in 1984.He worked as a carpenter on construction sites throughout Anne Arundel County and the Eastern Shore. An avid crabber and fisherman, Mr. Canby was developing plans to open a seafood business in Florida.
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By Laura Cadiz and Laura Cadiz,SUN STAFF | April 17, 2001
The Maryland Court of Appeals upheld the conviction of a Brooklyn Park man on gaming charges yesterday in a divided opinion on the prosecution's use of evidence found by police searching his house for burglars. The evidence in George Wengert's home, including papers and $42,000 in cash, were legally seized because police - after catching a burglary suspect there - observed them in plain view while checking the house for other intruders or victims, the state's highest court held on a 5-2 vote.
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By Laura Cadiz and Laura Cadiz,SUN STAFF | April 17, 2001
The Maryland Court of Appeals upheld the conviction of a Brooklyn Park man on gaming charges yesterday in a divided opinion on the prosecution's use of evidence found by police searching his house for burglars. The evidence in George Wengert's home, including papers and $42,000 in cash, were legally seized because police - after catching a burglary suspect there - observed them in plain view while checking the house for other intruders or victims, the state's highest court held on a 5-2 vote.
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By Andrea F. Siegel and Andrea F. Siegel,SUN STAFF | December 7, 2000
Police explained the situation to George Wengert this way: The good news was that someone broke into his home in north Anne Arundel County, but police caught the burglar. The bad news was that while they were looking around Wengert's house for anything relating to the burglary, police found what appeared to be illegal sports betting slips and a heap of cash. But whether the second search was legal is at the heart of a case that has reached the Maryland Court of Appeals, questioning how much poking around police can do in a home once they have taken care of the matter that took them there.
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By Andrea F. Siegel and Andrea F. Siegel,SUN STAFF | December 7, 2000
Police explained the situation to George Wengert this way: The good news was that someone broke into his home in north Anne Arundel County, but police caught the burglar. The bad news was that while they were looking around Wengert's house for anything relating to the burglary, police found what appeared to be illegal sports betting slips and a heap of cash. But whether the second search was legal is at the heart of a case that has reached the Maryland Court of Appeals, questioning how much poking around police can do in a home once they have taken care of the matter that brought them there.
SPORTS
June 14, 2000
The most searing memory for St. Louis starter Darryl Kile of his 10th victory will be the line drive off Damlan Jackson's bat that screamed into his glove and left him sitting on the mound, gather-ing his senses. He looked into his glove to see if the ball was still there. "I was actually looking to see if it was deformed," Kile said after beating the host San Diego Padres 8-3 on yesterday to become the third 10-game winner in the majors. "I've had a few balls hit at me. That was by far the hardest one that happened to find my glove."
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By Devon Spurgeon and Devon Spurgeon,SUN STAFF | October 24, 1998
Anne Arundel County police went looking for a burglar. They wound up uncovering a suspected father-son betting operation being run out of a Brooklyn Park basement -- and reported finding $37,000 stuffed inside a Reese's Peanut Butter Cup Christmas tin.Police talked about their good luck yesterday in getting a call Thursday from a neighbor who alerted them to a man climbing into a rear ground-level window of a house in the 300 block of Edison St. Police checked,...
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By Andrea F. Siegel and Andrea F. Siegel,SUN STAFF | December 7, 2000
Police explained the situation to George Wengert this way: The good news was that someone broke into his home in north Anne Arundel County, but police caught the burglar. The bad news was that while they were looking around Wengert's house for anything relating to the burglary, police found what appeared to be illegal sports betting slips and a heap of cash. But whether the second search was legal is at the heart of a case that has reached the Maryland Court of Appeals, questioning how much poking around police can do in a home once they have taken care of the matter that brought them there.
SPORTS
April 5, 1998
Quote: "[Friday] night I was on first and he asked about Don [Wengert], since they were in Oakland together. Then, I'll be danged he hits one out on him." -- Padres' Tony Gwynn, on Mark McGwire, who homered off Wengert in the sixth. It's a fact: The expansion Diamondbacks switched uniforms for the fourth time in five games, donning white caps with purple brims for the first time and sleeved jerseys for the first time since Opening Day. Who's hot: The Cubs' Terry Mulholland is 14-4 lifetime vs. the Expos.
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