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Chen, exceptional in second half, aims for sweep
Wei-Yin Chen, who will be on the mound for Baltimore in the series finale, has been exceptional in the second half. Chicago will turn to Hector Noesi as it tries to stave off the sweep.

Tillman twirls a gem for rolling O's
Chris Tillman continued an impressive stretch with an eight-inning gem that kept first-place Baltimore rolling to a 5-1 win -- and series victory -- over Chicago.

Ubaldo moved to bullpen; Gonzalez will start Sunday
The Orioles have moved the struggling Ubaldo Jimenez to the bullpen, Buck Showalter announced on Tuesday, and Miguel Gonzalez will return from the Minors to start on Sunday.

Traffic: Eastbound lanes closed on MD 175 at Fort Meade
Eastbound traffic on MD 175 at Fort Meade at Reece Road has been closed due to emergency roadwork on Wednesday for more than two hours since first reported by the state Department of Transportation at 5:28 a.m.

Cloudy skies, evening storm chances Wednesday | VIDEO
Mostly cloudy skies, temperatures in the 80s and evening storm chances are forecast Wednesday.

SUN INVESTIGATES Md. agency failed to monitor placement of foster children
Evidence of abuse or neglect found in more than a dozen cases

Some foster children were placed in the care of relatives with a history of alleged abuse or neglect because Maryland's social services agency did not properly monitor local agencies, according to a new audit.

2 adults, 2 children hurt in Aberdeen crash taken to trauma centers
Four people were taken to regional trauma centers after a crash at Old Philadelphia Road and Short Lane in Aberdeen on Tuesday evening, the Harford Fire & EMS Association reported.

Italian firm wins Maryland offshore wind leases
$8.7 million bid highest in federal auctions so far along Atlantic coast

$8.7 million bid highest in federal auctions so far along Atlantic coast.

Community groups criticize city plan to divert $3 million in casino impact funds
Mayor's office says money needed to relocate steam line fueling downtown

Baltimore officials plan to divert $3 million in anticipated casino revenue that had been earmarked for community improvements to replace a major artery in the city's underground steam pipe system.

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Filed under: — Brujo @ 11:24 am

Brujo Blanco

Check out the link in this rant. This involves a woman who was doing 63 in a 65 on I95 in Maryland. She was cited for failure to go to the right. This is interesting because according to the Maryland State Police she should have been going faster than the posted limit apparently because she was holding up traffic. The wind at the time was going at 40 mph. She said she had actually slowed down because of the wind.

I really have a problem with this. If this woman loses this case will it establish a precedent for traffic enforcement. As far as I am concerned the speed limit applies to all lanes of traffic. Not only that speedometers are not really specifically on the mark. That is why most departments allow a variance regarding speeding citations.

If this goes in the favor of the state will it result in citations out the butt for this type of offense. After all it will be an easy pop for the police. When you are driving you could be going too slow or too fast at any point in time at all. It would also be a good source of money for the state so I suppose the liberals will like it.

In reading some of the blogs there are a lot of people that believe the police did a good thing. It is a good thing I suppose if you either like to drive fast or you don’t like people that keep you from driving fast.

I also believe that it is a good thing to obey the traffic laws to keep everyone safe and not speed because you believe you will not get caught.

Integrity is doing the right thing when no one is watching.



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Team Report - SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS (The SportsXchange)
49ers outclassed in first two preseason games

Colts' defensive plan finally taking shape (The Associated Press)
Coach Chuck Pagano spent the past two seasons changing the Colts' defensive philosophy. We're getting closer.'' In about 2 1/2 quarters, the Colts have allowed just 91 total yards and no touchdowns. Indy (0-2) has figured out how to pressure quarterbacks despite playing without reigning NFL sacks champion Robert Mathis, who will miss the first four games of the regular season after testing positive for a performance-enhancing substance. While the doubters rightfully point out the measuring stick so far has been two preseason games against teams that aren't exactly offensive juggernauts, Mathis, the longest-tenured Colts defender, likes what he's seen.

Eagles release linebacker Phillips (The Associated Press)
Linebacker Jason Phillips, one of the first players signed by the Philadelphia Eagles under coach Chip Kelly, was released Tuesday before he played in a regular-season game for the team. Phillips signed a two-year, $1.46 million contract as a free agent in 2013 with the Eagles, but tore the ACL in his right knee the first week of training camp in 2013 and spent the season on injured reserve. He came back healthy this year, but was released two days before the team's third preseason game against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Originally a fifth-round pick by the Baltimore Ravens out of TCU, Phillips enjoyed his most success as a special teams performer and backup linebacker with the Carolina Panthers.

The Shy-Away Top 40 (Rotoworld)
Evan Silva advises owners to Shy Away from these 40 players in fantasy drafts.

Team Report - DALLAS COWBOYS (The SportsXchange)
Cowboys' Romo re-emerges: near perfect performance

Cowboys LB McClain surprising the skeptics (The SportsXchange)
Dallas Cowboys linebacker Rolando McClain played so well Saturday against the Ravens that he will start getting first-team reps, coach Jason Garrett said Monday. It was McClain's first game action since 2012 after sitting out all of last season. He joined the Cowboys just before the start of training camp and needed time to get in football shape. Against Baltimore, he led the Cowboys with six tackles and had a forced fumble.

Cowboys facing uncertainty with shaky defense (The Associated Press)
Brandon Carr should make his preseason debut Saturday night in Miami after missing the first two weeks of training camp to be with his ailing mother before she died of breast cancer. Fellow Dallas cornerback Morris Claiborne's outlook is less certain because of a shoulder problem, and newcomers Henry Melton and Terrell McClain are unlikely to play at defensive tackle because of injuries. The Dallas defense was significantly better against Baltimore after a weak preseason debut in San Diego. Uncertainty, though, is making it difficult for the Cowboys to see what they really have coming off a dismal 2013 season.

Madden ratings guru has the players' attention (The Associated Press)
Donny Moore can be the most reviled man in NFL locker rooms. Still, NFL players - and millions of fans - can't wait to see what he has to say. Sometimes aging stars first recognize their careers are on the downslopes when the new Madden game arrives in August and their ratings have slipped.

Team Report - BALTIMORE RAVENS (The SportsXchange)
Rice OK, but Ravens hurting at CB

OC History: AFC North (Rotoworld)
Chet Gresham takes a look at the history of each team's offensive play caller to help predict this season's fantasy winners and losers.

Ravens' Smith coughing up blood after bruising chest (The SportsXchange)
The Baltimore Ravens emerged relatively unscathed as far as serious injuries from Saturday's 37-30 victory over the Dallas Cowboys at AT&T Stadium. Starting cornerback Jimmy Smith suffered a bruised chest and was coughing up blood, but X-rays were negative. Meanwhile, star running back Ray Rice had his shoulder examined and X-rayed, but tests were negative. The Ravens can't afford to lose Smith, especially.

Cowboys' Romo re-emerges with near perfect performance (The SportsXchange)
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo played in a game Saturday for the first time since undergoing back surgery last December, a 237-days gap since that heroic victory against the Washington Redskins in Game 15. He sat out the season final for the surgery, a 37-30 preseason loss the Baltimore Ravens at AT&T Stadium that didn't really matter. How Romo faired since mattered very much as the Cowboys had him all but bubble wrapped for much of training camp. He was held out the preseason opener against the San Diego Chargers last week.

Romo's back holds up, and now it's on to Dolphins (The Associated Press)
The first time Tony Romo set up to pass, he had to twist slightly and move forward in the pocket before zipping a throw to Dez Bryant. When Romo botched a handoff for a fumble a few plays later, the Dallas quarterback found himself hanging onto Baltimore's Courtney Upshaw with one hand, unsuccessfully trying to prevent a touchdown. The good news, following surgery for a herniated disk, is that Romo's back held up. Now he and the Cowboys have to figure out how much he'll play Saturday night in an exhibition game at Miami.

Game roundup: Steelers edge Bills (The SportsXchange)
PITTSBURGH -- Ben Roethlisberger threw two first-quarter touchdown passes and Shaun Suisham kicked a 20-yard field goal as time expired Saturday night, lifting the Pittsburgh Steelers to a 19-16 preseason victory over the Buffalo Bills.

Preseason Blitz: Aaron Rodgers is ready for the regular season (Shutdown Corner)

Romo back, Ravens top Cowboys 37-30 in preseason (The Associated Press)
Tony Romo passed the first test with his surgically repaired back, and Baltimore's defense and special teams made three more scoring drives from Joe Flacco an afterthought. Deonte Thompson returned a kickoff 108 yards for a score after Romo threw a touchdown pass in his preseason debut for Dallas, Flacco had a scoring toss and the Ravens beat the Cowboys 37-30 on Saturday night.

Eagles CB Williams apologizes for 'cheaters' comment (The SportsXchange)
Philadelphia Eagles cornerback Cary Williams apologized to New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick after their exhibition game Friday night.

49ers gear up for first game at Levi's Stadium (The Associated Press)
Colin Kaepernick understands the legacy left by Hall of Famers Joe Montana, Jerry Rice, Steve Young and so many others during a historic four-decade run at Candlestick Park. As the San Francisco 49ers prepare for their first preseason game at new Levi's Stadium, Kaepernick is determined to start something special in the team's flashy new digs next-door to the practice fields where the quarterback spends most of his waking hours.
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