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Baltimore Sun staffBaltimore Colts Hall of Famers Art Donovan, Lenny Moore, Gino Marchetti, Raymond Berry, Weeb Ewbank, John Mackey and Jim Parker will be inducted into the Hall of Legends at the Sports Legends Museum on Dec. 6, the Babe Ruth Birthplace Foundation announced...
MIAMI - It was nice to see Arian Foster make a return for the Texans during their game with the Dolphins on Sunday, Sept. 18, but it was a quiet day for the league's reigning rushing leader in his first game back. Foster, who re-aggravated his left...
Baltimore Sun reporterJohn Mackey changed the game of football on and off the field. The former Baltimore Colt brought grace to a position that had been known for its brutality, and he made the first real headway in the NFL players' fight to earn a more equal share of the pie....
Matt Stover retiring? At the tender age of 43? What's he going to do, sit home all day and wait for the mailman to show up, like lots of other retirees we know? Me, I still picture Stover working out on a dusty high school field, a couple of kids...
Tags: Gary Anderson, Sports, Retirement, John Harbaugh, George Blanda
The Orioles' 5-1 start has reinvigorated baseball fans in Baltimore, leading some to speculate that the Orioles will take over the city from the Ravens if they are playoff contenders down the stretch. "Baltimore is a baseball city," is what I keep hearing...
WatchdogI had the privilege Wednesday night of watching ESPN's upcoming documentary on the 1958 NFL Championship Game at a Chelsea theater with Frank Gifford, Pat Summerall, Raymond Berry, Gino Marchetti, Lenny Moore, Jim Mutscheller, radio announcer Bob Wolff,...
Tags: Art Donovan, Mickey Mantle, Sports, New York Giants, Football
It's been five years since he left us. Five years since his heart stopped at age 69, an act that, even now, feels much bigger than a man's physical death. It was dubbed the end of an era by a thousand scribes, but that barely scratched the surface. It...
sun reporterCal Ripken Jr.'s election to the Baseball Hall of Fame yesterday punctuated his legacy as one of Baltimore's greatest sports figures. Ripken not only played brilliantly, but he also always seemed to embody the very characteristics Baltimoreans use to...
Sun ReporterJohn Unitas went to his grave believing he had bungled his debut with the Baltimore Colts. He was wrong. Fifty years ago this month, the Hall of Fame quarterback threw his first pro pass. According to Unitas, the date was Oct. 21, 1956, and the pass was...
Tags: Detroit Lions, Johnny Unitas, Sports, Death, Baltimore Colts
Sun StaffForty-some years ago, Baltimore wrapped itself in blue and white. Blue-collar workers toiled at steel mills and shipyards. White marble steps beckoned them home. Come fall, folks packed Memorial Stadium on Sundays to cheer the Colts, a club of castoffs...
Sun StaffHis crushing blocks launched Lenny Moore's runs and saved John Unitas' skin. Jim Parker, the Hall of Famer who anchored the Baltimore Colts' offensive line during the club's glory years, died yesterday of congestive heart failure and kidney disease at...
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