Mary Pat Clarke

"A memory going way back is that from our house, where we have lived since 1967, we could always tell when a home run was struck or hit by the roar of the crowd on a warm summer night," Baltimore City Councilwoman Mary Pat Clarke said of games at Memorial Stadium on East 33rd Street, which was not far from her Clover Hill Road home before the stadium was torn down in 2001. "With this season, it seems the Miracle on 33rd Street has finally made its way to Camden Yards."

( Baltimore Sun photo by Algerina Perna / June 11, 2012 )

"A memory going way back is that from our house, where we have lived since 1967, we could always tell when a home run was struck or hit by the roar of the crowd on a warm summer night," Baltimore City Councilwoman Mary Pat Clarke said of games at Memorial Stadium on East 33rd Street, which was not far from her Clover Hill Road home before the stadium was torn down in 2001. "With this season, it seems the Miracle on 33rd Street has finally made its way to Camden Yards."

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