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University of Maryland, College Park students can expect a home run from their spring graduation speaker. Orioles great Cal Ripken Jr. will deliver the commencement speech at the May 19 ceremony, the university announced Tuesday. "As a Marylander I am...
The Baltimore SunRay Lewis ran on the field one more time and the man who has written the Ravens’ defensive record book had another career first left in him. As quarterback Joe Flacco prepared to kneel down, Lewis jogged about 10 yards behind him and took his...
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It's been nearly 12 years since Ray Lewis played in his only other Super Bowl, but he is still almost as big as the game. There are multiple storylines here — the Harbaugh brothers, the two young guns at quarterback, San Francisco returning to...
Et cetera Moon Philly favored in Laurel Park's Morse Moon Philly is the morning line favorite to win today's feature at Laurel Park, the $125,000 Nellie Morse Stakes for fillies and mares. The 1 1/16-mile test drew 12 runners. Ten can face the...
The Baltimore SunCal Ripken Jr. stopped by The Baltimore Sun this morning as part of the promotional tour for his third children’s novel, “Wild Pitch,” which came out today. The book – about a young pitcher who loses his confidence after...
MESA, Ariz. — There are 62 players in Cubs camp this spring, and every one of them has a story. But as in almost every camp in Arizona and Florida, a few players fit into the same basic profile: the unknown prospect trying to open some eyes, the...
Representing his country was a dream Orioles center fielder Adam Jones had since he was a teenager growing up in San Diego. Twice while he was in high school, he tried out for his Team USA age-group squad and didn't make it. But now, the 27-year-old...
The Baltimore SunTAMPA, Fla. – One of Jake Arrieta’s goals in the early part of spring training is to pound the lower part of the strike zone with his mid-90s fastball, to tempt hitters to chop balls into the ground and let his defense make plays behind him....
The Baltimore Ravens proved last week that they could beat not just the Denver Broncos but the Las Vegas oddsmakers who had predicted their defeat. But can they now beat the Sports Illustrated jinx? The magazine — whose prestigious cover image is...
Irascible, chain-smoking, umpire-baiting longtime Baltimore Orioles manager Earl Weaver penned his own epitaph. "On my tombstone just write, 'The sorest loser that ever lived,'" he once said. Weaver, 82, a member of baseball's Hall of Fame and the...
The Baltimore SunCal Ripken Jr. was at Ed Smith Stadium to promote his new children’s book, “Wild Pitch,” and he stopped by and talked to the local media. (By the way, they brought 400 books to be signed and all were sold. The Iron Man can still hold...
Quann D. Massey heard his phone ringing at 2 o'clock Sunday morning. The screen showed an unfamiliar number. The voice on the other line — Massey wouldn't say who it was, other than a representative from the Ravens — told him to get to M&T...
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