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He got it right again. With his decision to retire at the end of the 2001 season, Cal Ripken has again displayed the proper sense of timing and judgment he has shown throughout his remarkable career. No, he isn't going to try to keep playing beyond this...
Sun StaffOrioles third baseman Cal Ripken will end his Hall of Fame career at the end of this season, a spokesman for his management group confirmed early this morning. Ripken, the game's record-holder for consecutive games played and a symbol for Major League...
Sun StaffST. PETERSBURG, Fla. - Two months ago, Cal Ripken looked like everything he never wanted to be. He was batting a meager .210 on the June afternoon when he announced he would retire at the end of this season, a part-time third baseman playing out the...
Sun StaffThe mayor named a street after him. A former president called him the best running story in baseball. A sell-out throng cheered his every move, lighting the sky with flashbulbs and the glint of metallic confetti, chanting, "Thank you, Cal." Cal Ripken...
Sun StaffA complicated mix of pride, reflection, celebration and sadness played out simply last night on the final night of Cal Ripken's final October. The Orioles ended a 63-98 season; Ripken closed a career. Few will remember the Orioles lost to the Boston...
Tags: Depression, Bill Clinton, Photography, Mike Flanagan, Basketball
The runner, all 240 pounds of him, barreled toward second base with one thought in mind: break up the double play. Slide, schmide. He lowered his shoulder and struck the second baseman, a scrawny ninth-grader who flew up like a rag doll. The kid fell...
They're at the top of the stretch ... On the outside, Efficiency. Here comes Town Cheer! ... Yankee Cashmere is trying to sweep from ninth ... Yankee Cashmere comes from last to take the stretch lead! A magnificent drive to ... win the Cadillac Breeders...
WASHINGTON — As the unendurable monotony of the offseason ends, celebrate baseball’s return with mental calisthenics. Everyone knows it was former Atlanta manager Dave Bristol who said, "Only trouble I ever had with chewing tobacco was that...
Tags: Don Drysdale, Ted Lyons, Frankie Frisch, Bob Gibson, Mel Ott
My father, Bill Guilfoile, was a baseball executive for 40 years with the New York Yankees, the Pittsburgh Pirates and the Baseball Hall of Fame. He was also a compulsive reader, and it's no surprise that his favorite subject was the game that has...
The Cinderella team of this year's NCAA men's basketball tournament hails from Florida, but its coaches have Maryland roots. Andy Enfield set scoring records at Johns Hopkins before he became head coach at Florida Gulf Coast, the darling of the...
In opposing HR 689, a bill by Rep. Earl Blumenauer (D-Ore.) to federally reclassify marijuana as most other legal prescription drugs and remove oversight from the Drug Enforcement Administration and give it to the states, The Times states in its Feb. 28...
It took several cups of coffee and a couple of hours one recent morning to realize there was still so much more to know about Jerry Buss. The coffee was shared with Bob Steiner, Buss' longtime public relations advisor and general confidant. We...
Jun 19, 2001 |Column| Baltimore Sun
Jun 19, 2001 |Story| Baltimore Sun
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