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Candidate, Votes, % of Votes Cal Ripken Jr. 537 98.5 Tony Gwynn 532 97.6 Rich Gossage 388 71.2 Jim Rice 346 63.5 Andre Dawson 309 56.7 Bert Blyleven 260 47.7 Lee Smith 217 39.8 Jack Morris 202 37.1 Mark McGwire 128 23.5 Tommy John 125 22.9...
Sun StaffIt was the year Doug DeCinces walked from the shadow of Brooks Robinson. The year Mike Flanagan won a Cy Young Award. The year a team from Baltimore, in the words of Hall of Fame pitcher Jim Palmer "just flat-out came together." "There was a maturation,"...
ChicagoSports.comThe Bears, remember them? It seems like ages ago since that Monday night pasting by the Packers. In reality it was only two weeks ago and the Bears and their fans have had the bye week to either dwell on it or forget about it. This week it's the Lions,...
Tribune staff reporterQ Who will start at quarterback next Sunday against the Vikings—Chris Chandler or Jim Miller? A Difficult to say this early in the week, but Miller is counting on returning if the tendinitis in his shoulder continues to subside. Chandler completed 16-of-...
Sun StaffHe hustled up to the plate, as always, waggled his bat once and locked onto the pitcher. There 10-year-old Eddie Murray stood, stock-still, eyes fixed on the baseball headed his way. This day, Murray connected big time, whacking the ball on a line toward...
Sun ReporterBoog Powell walked into the Orioles' clubhouse yesterday slimmer, healthier and decidedly optimistic about his recovery from colon cancer surgery Aug. 25. The former All-Star first baseman and current Camden Yards barbecue entrepreneur said he hasn't yet...
Tags: Chemotherapy, Colon, Cancer, Biotechnology, American League
Sun ReporterBoog Powell, former Orioles slugger and current barbecue baron, is recovering from colon cancer surgery at the Johns Hopkins Hospital. Powell had approximately one-third of his colon removed Monday by a surgical team led by Dr. Keith Lillemoe, who...
Sun ReporterTwo weeks after colon cancer surgery, Boog Powell slaved over the stove of his Hunt Valley home, making hot sauce from the bounty in his own back yard. "I had to [make the sauce] -- all of my peppers ripened at the same time," Powell, the Orioles...
Sun ReporterBoog Powell is expected to recover fully from colon cancer surgery, the doctor who performed the procedure on the former Orioles slugger said yesterday. "I'd put [Powell] in a favorable prognostic group," said Dr. Keith Lillemoe, a surgeon at Johns...
ChicagoSports.comBears players and coaches spent the Monday after their fourth straight loss looking for an answer. Unfortunately, it isn’t easy to find a single reason why this once promising season has gone so wrong. There have been injuries to key contributors on...
Tags: Football, Vinny Sutherland, James Stewart, Health, Ahmad Merritt
Sun reporterThe omen came early yesterday, when starting middle linebacker Ray Lewis aggravated a hip pointer during warm-ups and was pulled from a starting defense already decimated by injuries. Top defensive players such as linebacker Mike Caldwell and end Rob...
Tags: Michael Jackson, Football, Rob Burnett, Kerry Collins, Ray Lewis
Tribune staff reporterSo this is how it ends: in the mud, in distress, in a California fog. The Bears, 17-point underdogs going into Saturday's second-round NFC playoff game, had their lunch handed to them Saturday-a five-star San Francisco treat. A mere 17-point loss would...
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