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  • Is baseball dying in Baltimore? [Letter]

    Is baseball dying in Baltimore? [Letter]
    Ever notice that wan and languid look worn by Major League Baseball players and fans this year? That is not the lingering affects of steroid withdrawal. It is the unmistakable sign that baseball is dying. The lifeblood of wonderment and argument is passing from the game with every challenge and replay.
  • No-nonsense approach is a winner for Giants Manager Bruce Bochy

    Bruce Bochy didn't feel like the major leagues' winningest active manager Wednesday morning. A five-game losing streak had left the San Francisco Giants closer to the third-place San Diego Padres than the first-place Dodgers in the National League West....

    Cardinals peck away before pulling away from Orioles

    BALTIMORE This is how the other half scores runs. After a weekend of watching Baltimore go Earl Weaver on their pitching staff with nine homers in 16 innings, the Cardinals went small. The Cardinals lashed Baltimore with a season-high 17 hits, and 14...

    For the Orioles, the American League East is suddenly there for the taking

    Suddenly, it seems like it's all right there for the taking, and everyone — the Orioles, their fans and maybe even their closest competition — senses the leaves are going to turn orange and black in the fall. The Orioles moved to six games...

    As club prepares to honor its past, the Oriole Way reigns again

    As club prepares to honor its past, the Oriole Way reigns again
    On the final day of the 1991 season, the Orioles and their fans said goodbye to Memorial Stadium with an emotional celebration of everyone and everything that forged the bond between Baltimore and its beloved baseball team. There really wasn't a dry eye...