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Until his family's foundation started building youth athletic fields in economically distressed areas around the country, Cal Ripken Jr. had no idea just how many kids needed a place to play. The Orioles great had already spent a good portion of his
Despite gaining a little weight and losing the rest of his hair since walking away from baseball a dozen years ago, Cal Ripken, Jr. remains instantly recognizable.
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Encina left the Florida sun in 2012 to return home and cover the Orioles. A Jessup native and University of Maryland graduate, Encina previously covered another AL East team, the Tampa Bay Rays, for the St...Dan Connolly has been covering sports for
Cal Ripken Jr. finished second among all shortstops, behind only Honus Wagner and ahead of Derek Jeter. Ripken's consecutive games played streak was named the second-best record, falling behind only Joe DiMaggio's 56-game hitting streak.
The Tampa Bay Rays have exercised the 2014 contract options on shortstop Yunel Escobar and second baseman Ben Zobrist. Escobar, who turned 31 on Saturday, hit .256 with nine homers, 56 runs batted in and a career-high 27 doubles in a career-best 153
Loyola was the perfect fit for me for a while," Patsos said, "but now I want to take the next step." Jay Bilas, Villanova coach Jay Wright and retired Georgia Tech coach Bobby Cremins at Friday's tip-off event. Williams was a confidante for Patsos as
While the search for the next Seattle Mariners manager is drawing shrugs and yawns from fans who've forgotten how to care, it's almost impossible to imagine a candidate capable of making a splash...If it's learned that general manager Jack Zduriencik
Ripken and Murray obviously both went on to Hall of Fame careers and are two of the most revered Orioles to wear the uniform. Thirty years later, their numbers have been retired and statues of the two players stand in Camden Yards. Ripken won the
Orioles manager Buck Showalter said Friday that Bill Castro, who took over for Adair in August, as well as Triple-A Norfolk pitching coach Mike Griffin and Scott McGregor, who filled in for Castro as bullpen coach down the stretch, will also be