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Jim Palmer

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  • Honor our aging sports heroes while they're still with us

    The Baltimore Orioles organization has done a very honorable job in acknowledging the players and manager who have had a profound impact on molding the team ("Jim Palmer, golden age figure, is now honored in bronze," July 15). The statues of the Jim...
  • How will Clemens do in his Skeeters start?

    It won't be pretty Phil Rogers Chicago Tribune Tarnished as he is, Roger Clemens could find plenty of better things to do than what he will do this weekend — pitch for the Sugar Land Skeeters. It's unclear if Clemens wants this to be the...
  • Mike Mussina remembers his Orioles years with fondness

    Mike Mussina remembers his Orioles years with fondness
    Mike Mussina is now four years into retirement. He sports a salt-and-pepper goatee. His days include coaching his two sons in baseball and basketball. Happy with life after baseball, Mussina remains in his hometown of Mountoursville, Pa., just three...
  • Former Orioles, others attend Fla. memorial service for Earl Weaver

    Former Orioles, others attend Fla. memorial service for Earl Weaver
    The memorial service for Hall of Fame manager Earl Weaver was held Saturday afternoon in Davie, Fla., near where Weaver spent his retirement years. Former Orioles attending the service included: Brooks Robinson, Frank Robinson, Jim Palmer, Eddie Murray,...
  • No players elected to Baseball Hall of Fame

    No players elected to Baseball Hall of Fame
    The electorate of the Baseball Writers' Association of America sent a clear message to tainted superstars Wednesday: If you were suspected of taking performance enhancing drugs, you don’t belong in the Hall of Fame. At least not in 2013. No players...
  • Aegis editorial says Ripken statue unveiling is sweeter because the O's are winning

    Here it is September and not only are the Baltimore Orioles in contention for post-season play for the first time in nearly a generation, as of mid-week they were tied for first place with the New York Yankees. What a fitting backdrop this Orioles team...
  • Q&A with Amber Theoharis as she says goodbye to Baltimore for NFL Network job

     Q&A with Amber Theoharis as she says goodbye to Baltimore for NFL Network job
    After almost a decade on Baltimore TV, Amber Theoharis signed off for the last time Thursday from a local sporting event. She starts Sept. 21 as a co-host on "NFL Total Access" on the NFL Network. She leaves next week for California. Theoharis took a...
  • Ripken turns tribute into celebration of current Orioles

    Ripken turns tribute into celebration of current Orioles
    It all seemed so right. The Orioles long ago chose Thursday night to unveil Cal Ripken's statue at Oriole Park because of the obvious connection to what happened here on the same date 17 years ago, but they could not have known it would be so perfectly...
  • Ann L. Rector, longtime volunteer

    Ann L. Rector, longtime volunteer
    Ann L. Rector, a homemaker and longtime volunteer, died Wednesday of congestive heart failure at her Towson condominium. She was 93. The daughter of an Internal Revenue Service agent and a homemaker, the former Ann Lorraine Armiger was born in...
  • Baseball's strike zone is the hotly contested center of the game

    Baseball's strike zone is the hotly contested center of the game
    The heater rides in at 91 miles an hour, belt-high and straight, giving Orioles hitter Matt Wieters a good view of what looks like a strike in the making. As it reaches the plate, it dives toward the ground. No mortal can say for sure whether the...
  • Young Orioles pitchers make smooth transitions to bullpen

    Young Orioles pitchers make smooth transitions to bullpen
    Orioles manager Buck Showalter said he didn't go old school by design. It was purely by necessity and circumstance that four of his young, inexperienced starters have ended up in the bullpen in September. "That's the way it used to be done," Showalter...