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Congressional leaders plead for unity in wake of shootings

WASHINGTON – It was a surreal scene at the U.S. Capitol that had not been seen in years. In the wake of an attack on one of their own, Republican, Democrat and Independent lawmakers converged at the site of many […]

Congressional leaders plead for unity in wake of shootings

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WASHINGTON – It was a surreal scene at the U.S. Capitol that had not been seen in years. In the wake of an attack on one of their own, Republican, Democrat and Independent lawmakers converged at the site of many […]

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Álex Rodríguez will retire after Friday’s game

In a tear-filled press conference in New York, Yankees star Álex Rodríguez announced he will retire as a player, effective this Friday. Even though it is a surprise, it

Orioles start road trip with a win

After Friday’s game against the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, the Baltimore Orioles are now leading the American League East Division, one game ahead of the Boston Red Sox.

Orioles go all-in with Gallardo, Fowler signings

*Update: Dexter Fowler has backed out of his agreement with the Orioles and resigned with the Chicago Cubs on a one-year deal.  The original story follows: *** The Baltimore Orioles reached

Sports: Random thoughts to consider

Super Bowl:  The best offense is a great defense. Not since Baltimore won a Super Bowl with Trent Dilfer as their quarterback has a team won a Super Bowl

Mets win: move on to NLCS

For whatever reason given for the Dodgers not winning the National League Division Series, it won’t be the pitching of Clayton Kershaw or Zack Greinke. Both aces pitched well

Yogi Berra has died

The man who told the sports world, “It ain’t over ’til it’s over,” has died. Lawrence Peter “Yogi” Berra was a 15-time All-Star and three-time American League MVP as a player and

Orioles lose in no-hitter

In what can only be described as a very mixed West Coast road trip, the Baltimore Orioles finished a three-game stand in Seattle as the victims of a no-hitter

Savage Eagles baseball team enjoys major league experience at Camden Yards

The Savage Boys and Girls Club’s U-12 travel baseball team, the Savage Eagles, recently experienced a practice they’ll never have again, as the squad took the field at Oriole

Bill Murray and the Saints: Let’s play ball

In the summer of 1978, Bill Murray played baseball for the Greys Harbor Loggers in Washington State. It was a dream of his. He didn’t get to play the

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