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|Vol 1. No. 25.||Baltimore, MD Fri April 25th 2014||GIVING YOU THE NEWS THE MSM IGNORES|
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Hit batter call stands after Gibbons challenge
Toronto manager John Gibbons appealed the call on the field when the Orioles' Jonathan Schoop was awarded first base after it appeared he had been hit by a pitch from reliever Esmil Rogers during Thursday night's 11-4 Orioles win.
O's rally with nine runs off Blue Jays' bullpen
The Orioles, who have had plenty of question marks in their rotation and lineup in the opening month, did their best to silence them Thursday night in an 11-4 come-from-behind, series-clinching victory over the Blue Jays.
Webb emerges as standout in O's bullpen
Right-hander Ryan Webb is becoming a regular fixture in the Orioles' bullpen. Entering Thursday he had pitched 2 2/3 scoreless innings on the Orioles' road stretch and retired 17 of 19 batters he had faced since April 7.
Hardy no longer answering contract questions
Shortstop J.J. Hardy, who returned to the O's lineup on Wednesday night, will no longer discuss the status of his contract, which has him set to be a free agent at the end of this year.
Ubaldo tabbed to open weekend set with KC
Rookie right-hander Yordano Ventura and the Royals will open a weekend series against Ubaldo Jimenez and the Orioles on Friday night at Camden Yards.
Woman injured in fight with three others in Edgewood
A woman was taken to Maryland shock trauma in Baltimore Thursday after she was injured in a fight in Edgewood with three other women.
Killer of 11-year-old girl will not get new trial, judge rules
1969 death of Esther Lebowitz, conviction of Wayne Stephen Young galvanized Northwest Baltimore
A city judge declined Thursday to order a new trial for the man found guilty of killing an 11-year-old girl in Northwest Baltimore more than four decades ago, a victory for prosecutors who sought to prevent the release of another high-profile perpetrator under a court ruling that has freed dozens of convicted murderers.
Osprey nest moves to new platform
Persistent fish hawks give up nesting in front of Bay Bridge traffic cameras, settle on platform built for them nearby
With ospreys building another nest in front of a traffic camera Thursday morning, the MdTA countered by moving the birds' home to a platform nearby.
New apartments planned for West Side BioPark
A slim, angular apartment tower rising 30 stories above Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard at Baltimore Street could become the newest addition to the University of Maryland, Baltimore's West Side BioPark.
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Ohio State corner Bradley Roby faces OVI charge despite blowing 0.008 (National Football Post)
Cornerback has a Friday arraignment
Ohio State corner Bradley Roby faces OVI charge after blowing 0.008 (National Football Post)
Cornerback has a Friday arraignment
Bills hire Gerald Dixon as pro scout (National Football Post)
Former NFL player hired
Team Report - TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS (The SportsXchange)
Smith comes in and makes major changes
Team Report - BALTIMORE RAVENS (The SportsXchange)
Ravens looking to get improvement from the offense
Marcus Trufant retires as a Seahawk (National Football Post)
Cornerback retires with Seahawks
Cowboys sign Caleb Hanie (National Football Post)
Patriots sign linebacker Josh Hull (National Football Post)
Source: Bears worked out Darius Reynaud (National Football Post)
Bears audition returner
Lions like Caldwell's cool, calm, collected style (The Associated Press)
Jim Caldwell has already made his mark as the new coach of the Detroit Lions. Caldwell seems cool, calm and collected. ''We want to make certain that we identify ourselves, who are we and our identity,'' Caldwell said Thursday as the Lions wrapped up a three-day voluntary minicamp. Quarterback Matthew Stafford described Caldwell as ''confident and level-headed.'' ''He has a lot of respect in that locker room already,'' Stafford said.
Ravens bring back LaQuan Williams (National Football Post)
Was waived/injured before 2013 season started.
Source: South Carolina QB Connor Shaw visiting Browns today (National Football Post)
South Carolina standout meeting with AFC North franchise today
Jesse Joseph Q&A (National Football Post)
Talking NFL draft with Connecticut defensive end
Source: Kansas State safety Ty Zimmerman visiting Bengals today (National Football Post)
Zimmerman has also met with Falcons
Source: USC center Marcus Martin has met with Chargers, Lions, Bills, Panthers (National Football Post)
Center has also met with Saints, Eagles Panthers
Source: Clemson WR Martavis Bryant visited, worked out for Buccaneers (National Football Post)
Clemson wide receiver making the rounds
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