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Hardy, Wieters return to Orioles lineup
Orioles shortstop J.J. Hardy and catcher Matt Wieters returned to the lineup on Wednesday night after the pair was sidelined with minor injuries sustained over the weekend in Boston.

Bundy, Machado continuing to make progress
Orioles top pitching prospect Dylan Bundy threw eight curveballs in Wednesdays bullpen, the first time he's thrown that pitch since undergoing Tommy John surgery last year.

Norris looks to keep Orioles rolling in finale
Drew Hutchison and Bud Norris will be opposing starters for the second time this season when the Blue Jays host the Orioles at Rogers Centre on Thursday at 7:07 p.m. ET.

Cruz belts two homers as Orioles win slugfest
Nelson Cruz homered twice, including his seventh career grand slam as part of a six-run fifth inning that helped catapult the Orioles past the Blue Jays, 10-8, on Wednesday night.

Initiatives keep Camden Yards eco-friendly
The Orioles were in Toronto for Earth Day Tuesday, but Baltimore has a slew of green initiatives that help keep Camden Yards eco-friendly.

Study reveals economic details, forecast of Columbia's village centers
They say the devil is in the detail.








Baltimore police officer injured in traffic accident
A Baltimore police officer has been injured in an East Baltimore crash, the department said Thursday morning.








State provides extra $10 million to counties, city for pothole repairs
Roadways statewide damaged by harsh winter

Baltimore and all 23 of Maryland's counties will split an extra $10 million in state funding to repair potholes and other roadway damage incurred during the recent harsh winter.


Osprey nest moves to new platform
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.








Dr. Torrey C. Brown, state natural resources secretary, dies at 77
Medical doctor became city delegate; as secretary of natural resources, he banned fishing for rockfish

Dr. Torrey C. Brown, the former secretary of Maryland's Department of Natural Resources who banned fishing for rockfish, died of heart disease Sunday at Anne Arundel Medical Center. The Severna Park resident was 77.


$1 million Powerball ticket sold in Severn
One lucky lottery player made off pretty well in Severn for Wednesday night's drawing.







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Lions like Caldwell's cool, calm, collected style (The Associated Press)
ALLEN PARK, Mich. (AP) -- Coach Jim Caldwell has already made his mark as the new leader of the Detroit Lions.

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)
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Source: Kansas State safety Ty Zimmerman visiting Bengals today (National Football Post)
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Source: USC center Marcus Martin has met with Chargers, Lions, Bills, Panthers (National Football Post)
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Source: Clemson WR Martavis Bryant visited, worked out for Buccaneers (National Football Post)
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Sources: FSU LB Telvin Smith visited Broncos, Eagles, Panthers (National Football Post)
Linebacker worked out for Falcons, Patriots, Panthers, Buccaneers

Seahawks exec Scot McCloughan resigns (National Football Post)
Executive steps away from NFL for personal reasons

NFL Draft: Team Schedule (Rotoworld)
Evan Silva and Josh Norris break down every team's needs and which players fit those needs. Check out the weekly schedule.

Detroit Lions welcome new faces (The Associated Press)
Their new coach has been to Super Bowls and the Detroit Lions how have two new players who have championship rings. Free-agent acquisitions Golden Tate and James Ihedigbo - who played on the winning side of the last two Super Bowls - finished their second day of minicamp practices with their new team Wednesday. Coach Jim Caldwell, who guided Indianapolis to a Super Bowl and has two championship rings as an assistant, said having players with recent Super Bowl experience only can help. Tate caught 64 passes for 898 yards and five touchdowns last season with Seattle and ended the run starting in the Super Bowl against Denver.

2014 NFL schedule: Steelers, Cowboys, Colts dominate lineup on Sunday and Monday night (Shutdown Corner)
The NFL has a lot of television network partners to keep happy, and that job got more difficult when CBS was given a package of Thursday night games this season. The league for years used "Monday Night Football" to show its highlight game each week, but when NBC landed "Sunday Night Football" and ESPN went to Monday night, the league puts its best games on Sunday night. This year NFL needs to make sure CBS and FOX were happy with their regular Sunday schedules, give CBS some good games for Thursday night, and still make "Sunday Night Football" and "Monday Night Football" must-watch events. That's not easy. [Click here to see the full 2014 NFL schedule] The NFL placated NBC and ESPN this week, a day before the schedule was released. ESPN was given a wild-card playoff game. A divisional playoff game was added to NBC's schedule through 2022. That move made it seem like the Monday and Sunday night schedule in 2014 might be watered down a bit. Shutdown Corner's Anwar Richardson and Frank Schwab will take a look at the Sunday and Monday night games, week by week, and see how entertaining the prime-time schedule will be this season: WEEK 1 Sunday: Indianapolis Colts at Denver Broncos Monday: N.Y. Giants at Detroit Lions; San Diego Chargers at Arizona Cardinals Frank’s take: Very nice Sunday night game. The Giants have improved and the Lions are entertaining. I wouldn't have thought this a year ago, but Chargers-Cardinals isn't bad at all for the second part of the doubleheader. Anwar’s take: NFL fans have been craving football for months. It really does not matter what games are rolled out on in Week 1. We will watch every minute of each game. Verdict: Stay up, call in sick on Monday ... and then again on Tuesday. WEEK 2 Sunday: Chicago Bears at San Francisco 49ers Monday: Philadelphia Eagles at Indianapolis Colts Frank’s take:  That Sunday game is interesting; pretty good test for Marc Trestman's Bears offense. And two up-and-coming teams on Monday night. Two thumbs up. Anwar’s take: Nick Foles vs. Andrew Luck? First team to 50 points wins. Do not go to bed early. Verdict: The boss may be getting upset, but it's time to call in sick on Monday and Tuesday again because you're staying up late for these games. WEEK 3 Sunday: Pittsburgh Steelers at Carolina Panthers Monday: Chicago Bears at N.J. Jets Frank’s take:  Always fun to watch Cam Newton. Not as fun to watch Geno Smith. Anwar’s take: Make sure you soak up all of the offense in Week 2 because these matchups are all about defense. First team to 21 points wins. Verdict: Catch up on your sleep, get to work early, assuming you still have that job.
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