Memorial Stadium on Thanksgiving Day in 1969, died of stroke complications May 20 at the Forest Hill Health and Rehabilitation Center. He was 85. Born in Philadelphia and raised in South Philadelphia, he was the son of Joseph Thomas Carlozo, a painter, and Concetta DeVicaris, a homemaker. He was a 1946 graduate of Southern High School in South Philadelphia, where he was a standout player on ...
It was like any other day. If anything, it might have been a little better than usual -- with more deserved honors for the kids, more jokes and songs, more smiles. Even Mother Nature, after storms the previous day, seemed at first to cooperate as the sun shone ...
After hitting a rough patch at the beginning of the season, Blue Jays right-hander R.A. Dickey has finally turned a corner. The knuckleballer had his best outing of the season on Monday against the Rays, allowing three runs on four hits in a season-high eight innings for his second straight win. Going just 2-4 in April, Dickey has posted a 2-1 record in four starts in May. He's also tossed ...
A 1-year-old boy was fatally shot Friday in the early evening in Baltimore's Cherry Hill neighborhood and an adult man was injured when at least one gunman opened fire on the car in which the victims were riding.The child was pronounced dead at 8:26 p.m. Friday, according to Baltimore Police Detective Angela Carter-Watson. The man was listed in critical condition and was being treated at an ...
It was a rough welcome to the majors for Toronto Blue Jays pitcher Sean Nolin, who gave up seven hits and six earned runs in 1.1 innings of work. (Abelimages/Getty ...
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The Blind Side
Is this a white liberal guilt thing? That question, posed by one of the wealthy white socialite friends of Leigh Anne Tuohy (Sandra Bullock) during an overpriced-salad lunch near the middle of John Lee Hancocks The Blind Side, could very well be directed at the entire subgenre of ... ...
BAL@TOR: Hardy launches three-run shot in the first TORONTO -- The Orioles hit a season-high four home runs to power their way to a 10-6 victory over the Blue Jays in front of 25,104 at Rogers Centre on Friday. Baltimore scored three runs apiece in the first and second innings to spoil the Major League debut of Blue Jays left-hander Sean Nolin. Nick Markakis and Manny Machado started the ...
University of Maryland says it alerted the state attorney general nearly 25 years ago that the school's head swimming coach had acknowledged sexually abusing a girl at his private club, but he was not charged until last year.Rick Curl, founder of Washington's pre-eminent Curl-Burke Swim Club, resigned his position at College Park in August 1988 after the parents of the teenage victim ...
Past Orioles award winners "Do we?" Showalter said. "We have very little film?"The Orioles then showed they had done their homework on Nolin, chasing him from the game in the second inning on their way to a 10-6 win.In their third victory in four games, the Orioles hit four homers, ...
The Red Cross has received more than $15 million in donations and pledges so far for the town of Moore, which was struck by a tornado Monday that killed 24, injured more than 300 and destroyed thousands of ...
BALTIMORE (WJZ) — City police investigate a double shooting in South Baltimore. It happened Friday in the 1200-block of Cherry Hill Road. That’s where officers say two people, including a child, were shot. Both victims were taken to area hospitals in unknown condition. Homicide detectives are now on the scene due to the severity of the shooting. So far, there no suspects or a ...
They said it
We must define the nature and scope of this struggle, or else it will define us. Neither I, nor any President can promise the total defeat of terror. What we must do is dismantle networks that pose a direct danger.
The U.S. president was speaking on his administration's counter terrorism policy.
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U.S. President Barack Obama says he is focusing on ways to help the American middle class make economic gains, to bring them in line with the economic recovery of big business.
Obama said in his weekly address Saturday that he has been visiting cities across the country that are doing "interesting and creative" things to "re-ignite the engine" of middle class economic growth and make sure American citizens' hard work leads to a decent living.
In Baltimore this week, he said he visited a factory that is creating jobs at home by exporting digging equipment abroad. He also visited participants in a program that is giving training and guidance for low-income people to find work.
Obama said with unemployment the lowest it has been since 2008, with the auto industry thriving and the energy sector booming, it is time to focus on creating more good, middle-class jobs. He said he will be visiting more American cities in the coming weeks to continue working on job creation, education and" building new ladders of opportunity" for American workers.
In the Republican Party address, Representative Andy Harris of the eastern state of Maryland says "red tape" in the president's health care law passed several years ago will drive up costs for Americans.
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