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|Vol 1. No. 25.||Baltimore, MD Thu July 31st 2014||GIVING YOU THE NEWS THE MSM IGNORES|
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Davis available off bench after bout with illness
Chris Davis, who had missed the past two games due to an illness, was back with the team and was an option to make his return to the starting lineup. When it finally came to it, Buck Showalter opted to take caution. Davis was available, but wasn't on the field to start Thursday's game.
McFarland activated from bereavement list
After spending three days on the bereavement list and missing the first two games of the Orioles' series with the Angels, T.J. McFarland was activated on Thursday and was available to pitch in the series finale.
O's trade for Red Sox lefty reliever Miller
The Orioles acquired left-handed reliever Andrew Miller from the Red Sox in exchange for one of their top pitching prospects, left-hander Eduardo Rodriguez, less than an hour before Thursday's 4 p.m. ET non-waiver Trade Deadline.
Ubaldo feeling good following first rehab start
Orioles right-hander Ubaldo Jimenez on Wednesday said his right ankle "feels good" following Tuesday's rehab start. He will throw a side session later in the week before pitching this weekend, either on Sunday or Monday for Triple-A Norfolk or for the O's in the following week.
Worn, fractured rail caused Ellicott City train derailment, NTSB determines
Two women killed in accident played no role in derailment, final report says
Two women killed in accident played no role in derailment, final report says.
Harford Farm Fair opens Thursday with animals and children's activities
The 27th annual Harford County Farm Fair opened Thursday with all things 4-H, including animal, produce and other exhibitions, children's activities, games, food, carnival rides, even a mechanical bull.
NAACP convention not necessarily coming to Baltimore after all
National headquarters says city is just one of four cities still being considered for 2016 event
The local branch of the NAACP was premature last week when it announced that the organization's 2016 national convention will be held in Baltimore, a spokeswoman from the national headquarters said Thursday.
Northbound JFX to close from President Street to Madison Avenue this weekend
Baltimore motorists warned to expect delays on I-83 due to construction
The northbound Jones Falls Expressway will close between President Street and Madison Avenue this weekend for construction, the Baltimore City Department of Transportation said.
Woman charged after SUV crashes into Towson government building
A 48-year-old woman was charged after she crashed an SUV into the Drumcastle government building in Towson Thursday morning, Baltimore County police said.
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Burfict emerges as center of Bengals defense (The Associated Press)
Linebacker Vontaze Burfict has gone from low-risk investment to the heart of the Bengals defense in only two years. ''He has the ingredients of what a great NFL player for a period of time can be.
Ravens DE Urban lost for season with torn ACL (The Associated Press)
OWINGS MILLS, Md. (AP) -- Baltimore Ravens rookie defensive end Brent Urban is done for the season after tearing his right ACL in practice.
Ravens' Rice calls altercation "biggest mistake" (AFP)
Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice, making his first public comments since being banned for two NFL games for allegedly assaulting his then-fiancee, called it "the biggest mistake of my life". Rice and Janay Palmer, who is now his wife, had an altercation in an Atlantic City casino elevator and security video posted online by TMZ.com showed Rice lifting a motionless Palmer out of the elevator and onto the floor. Rice apologized to his wife and all women who have been affected by domestic violence. Rice was arrested and charged with domestic violence assault.
Ravens' Rice: His actions 'totally inexcusable' (The Associated Press)
Ray Rice stepped to the microphone, took a deep breath and spoke for 17 minutes about what he called ''the biggest mistake of his life.'' His arrest for domestic violence against his then-fiancee last February is something Rice figures will haunt him long after NFL career has ended. The Baltimore Ravens running back was arrested on assault charges following a Feb. 15 altercation in New Jersey in which he allegedly struck Janay Palmer. Rice has been accepted into a diversion program, which upon completion could lead to the charges being dropped. ''My actions that night were totally inexcusable,'' said Rice, who during Ravens training camp Thursday spoke publicly for the first time since receiving a two-game suspension from the NFL.
Pro Football HOF: Bottleneck frustrates worthy candidates (The SportsXchange)
When seven pro football greats have their legendary status verified this weekend at the Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio, many other former stars will smile during the ceremony.
NFL's Rice publicly apologizes to wife for violent incident (Reuters)
Baltimore Ravens Pro Bowl running back Ray Rice, who has been suspended by the National Football League without pay for the first two games of the 2014 season for hitting his wife, apologized to her on Thursday and vowed to speak out against domestic violence. The NFL ordered the suspension last week, determining that Rice had violated the league's conduct policy when he was arrested in February following a fight with his then-fiancee Janay Palmer. "I am going to go out there and be ambassador against domestic violence to make sure that someone doesn't have to go through what I went through and what me and my wife went through," Rice said in his first public remarks since the NFL decided to suspend him.Rice said he had failed to apologize to his wife during his last emotional public appearance, which he called awkward.
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