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  • For Leon Day's widow, 'baseball is mental therapy'

    For Leon Day's widow, 'baseball is mental therapy'
    On Thursday, which would have been Leon Day's 98th birthday, the widow of the baseball Hall of Famer plans to pay homage to her man. She'll drive to Arbutus Memorial Park, kneel by his graveside and tie a balloon to the stone. Happy Birthday, one side of the balloon will read; a happy face will grace the other.
  • LeBron on a mission to deliver championship to Cleveland

    Thirteen months after he departed the White House, Theodore Roosevelt marched into Paris and delivered a poignant, timeless speech that is still referenced today. Richard Nixon mentioned it when he both arrived and left office. Nelson Mandela once gave...

    Adam Jones, J.J. Hardy and Nick Markakis named finalists for Gold Glove awards

    Adam Jones, J.J. Hardy and Nick Markakis named finalists for Gold Glove awards
    Three Orioles were named finalists for American League Gold Glove awards at their respective positions, including center fielder Adam Jones, who can win the award for the fourth time. Like Jones, shortstop J.J. Hardy could win a Gold Glove for the third...

    Baltimore artists create Orioles-inspired pieces

    Baltimore artists create Orioles-inspired pieces
    A painting of a confident-looking bulldog wearing a Baltimore Orioles baseball cap propped outside the artist Robert McClintock's studio bears a caption reading, "How 'bout dem O's, hon!" The artist Tom Matarazzo's hand-painted screens of the Orioles...

    Royals are Sykesville native Scott Sharp's team now

    Royals are Sykesville native Scott Sharp's team now
    He grew up not far from Baltimore, wore No. 8 in Little League to emulate Cal Ripken Jr., and has many fond memories of his days as a die-hard Orioles fan. But if Scott Sharp makes it to Camden Yards for the American League Championship Series, he won't...