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  • Like/Dislike: Barrett King, first-time marathoner

    Like/Dislike: Barrett King, first-time marathoner
    Barrett King's son, Camden, will turn 1 just 11 days after this weekend's Baltimore Marathon. He's King's inspiration. "It sounds like a giant cliche, but becoming a dad made me want to set an example for my son ... that by focusing and persevering,...
  • 'Little guy' Lombardozzi making big splash with Nationals

    The first time Kevin Kelly saw Steve Lombardozzi, he wondered whether the boy could make the throw from shortstop to first base. Lombardozzi was a freshman trying to make the Atholton varsity team. Kelly, the coach, had heard that Lombardozzi, the son...
  • A glimpse into the BBWAA voting process for manager of year award

    A glimpse into the BBWAA voting process for manager of year award
    First, let me say I love the fact that people argue about Major League Baseball’s postseason awards. You don’t get that very often in football or hockey or the NBA. But you get vitriol pretty much every year when the BBWAA season-ending...
  • Maryland Stadium Authority bans smoking in all areas of Camden Yards, M&T Bank Stadium

    Maryland Stadium Authority bans smoking in all areas of Camden Yards, M&T Bank Stadium
    Coleen Deems sat down after every Ravens season and wrote a letter to the team, asking it to ban smoking at the stadium. This year, when her 10-year-old grandson looked up and said, “I have to hold my breath,” while walking past a...
  • At least one thing in Washington works: the Nationals

    At least one thing in Washington works: the Nationals
    Karl Marx is credited with saying that religion is "the opium of the people." But here in the nation's capital, baseball is the drug of choice that rescues political junkies from the unpleasant realities around them. Currently providing relief from...
  • After a decade, Severna Park native now entrenched in the majors

    It was the spring of Gavin Floyd's senior year, and professional baseball scouts were flocking to his games at Mount St. Joseph High School. A right-handed pitcher with a blazing fastball and knee-buckling curve, Floyd was considered one of the top...
  • Orioles, Nationals fans meet halfway in Laurel

    Few people were walking around downtown Laurel Tuesday evening, but at Main Street Sports Grill, nearly every seat at the bar was taken for happy hour. Since April marks the start of Major League Baseball play, the multiple flat-screen televisions...