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  • Observation deck: Brooks Robinson still the best third baseman of all time

    Observation deck: Brooks Robinson still the best third baseman of all time
    How soon we forget: There is no law that says everyone who plays for the Orioles has to agree that Brooks Robinson was the best third baseman of all time, but it was still strange to hear Manny Machado say Thursday that Adrian Beltre is the man at the hot...
  • Howard's Jimmy Cain is the Howard County baseball Player of the Year

    Having played organized baseball since he was three years old, Howard's Jimmy Cain didn't have too much work to do on the fundamentals entering his senior year. After a junior season that saw him bat .422 and pitch to a 3.29 ERA to earn first team all-...
  • Unfinished family business: Sean Miller trying to get one step further than father

    Unfinished family business: Sean Miller trying to get one step further than father
    Steve Miller spent six seasons in professional baseball, coming up narrowly short of reaching the major leagues. Miller reached the Triple-A level, playing shortstop in the Pacific Coast League for both the San Francisco Giants and San Diego Padres....
  • Camping for a cause: Coaches coming together for Whittles

    Camping for a cause: Coaches coming together for Whittles
    Area coaches will provide their time on Saturday for a worthy cause in hopes of raising money for research on a disease that took one of their own. Coaches from Annapolis Area Christian School, Archbishop Spalding, Loyola, Calvert Hall, Mount St....
  • South shines at Camden Yards

    BALTIMORE – Coming into the 34th annual Brooks Robinson High School All-Star Game, Chesapeake High coach Ken King liked his South team's chances due to its pitching depth. While the pitching turned in the performance King expected, the hitting...
  • Local baseball players hope best is yet to come

    Local baseball players hope best is yet to come
    BALTIMORE – Linthicum resident Steve Clevenger was in the starting lineup for the Orioles in the second game of their doubleheader with the Chicago White Sox on Thursday. While that might not sound like a big deal to many, it should mean a lot...
  • Prep Notebook: Southern victory grounded in superstition

    Prep Notebook: Southern victory grounded in superstition
    Some people might have been wondering what some Southern baseball players were doing in the minutes following their victory over Eastern Tech on Saturday. After the team and coaches saluted their fans and posed for pictures after winning their second...
  • Manny Machado's early errors not yet a major concern to O's

    Manny Machado's early errors not yet a major concern to O's
    There's no such thing as automatic in pro sports, especially in baseball, especially for an athlete who is barely old enough to order an alcoholic drink. So why is Baltimore's collective thumb on the panic button over eight errors in six weeks by a 22-...
  • Jean E. Kohlenstein

    Jean E. Kohlenstein
    Jean E. Kohlenstein, a retired teacher and accomplished baker whose recipe for butterscotch cookies made her a winner of The Baltimore Sun's Holiday Cookie Contest, died Monday of angiosarcoma at her Ellicott City home. She was 72. The daughter of...
  • Readers weigh in on Baltimore's strife: Letters

    Readers weigh in on Baltimore's strife: Letters
    Unfair to the whole As I viewed and read the media coverage of the tragic death of Freddie Gray and the ensuing riots, I felt an overwhelming sense that many Americans — both white and black — as well as people around the world saw this as...
  • Melvin Mora 'excited' about being selected to Orioles Hall of Fame

    Melvin Mora 'excited' about being selected to Orioles Hall of Fame
    Melvin Mora was taking a few of his 13-year-old quintuplets to practice recently when he received a phone call from the Orioles. He said he had no idea what it was about until Bill Stetka, the club’s director of alumni, informed Mora that he had...