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Ubaldo turns in successful first rehab outing
Ubaldo Jimenez made his first rehab start for Class A short-season Aberdeen on Tuesday, going 4 2/3 innings. The Orioles' right-hander could make another start for a higher affiliate next week as he continues to work his way back from a right ankle injury.

Orioles in position for moves before Deadline
Orioles executive vice president of baseball operations Dan Duquette said nothing is imminent, although the organization continues to have "meaningful discussions" and is equipped to make a move in advance of Thursday's non-waiver Trade Deadline at 4 p.m. ET.

Davis out of O's lineup with flu-like symptoms
Dealing with flu-like symptoms, Chris Davis was out of the lineup for Tuesday's series opener against the Angels at Oriole Park at Camden Yards.

Gausman, O's aiming to stay tough on Halos
Garrett Richards eyes his first win since July 11 as the Angels try to even the series against Kevin Gausman and the Orioles on Wednesday night at Camden Yards.

Machado's first walk-off blast sinks Halos in 12th
After early homers by Adam Jones and Nick Markakis, Manny Machado went deep in the 12th inning to lift the Orioles to a 7-6 walk-off win over the Angels on Tuesday night.

Baltimore turns 285 years old, or does it?
Confusion over the date to celebrate the city's birthday

Wednesday is Baltimore's 285th birthday.








Amid concern, BCPS withdraws $35 million Loch Raven renovation plan
Baltimore County Public Schools has withdrawn its contentious, $35 million proposal to renovate and reuse Loch Raven Elementary School, its superintendent said Tuesday.








Baltimore taxis must accept credit cards by end of year, state regulators rule
PSC cites lack of reliable revenue data in decision against rate hike in years-long case

State regulators on Tuesday rejected rate increases for taxis and ordered all operators to install new credit-card-reading smart meters by the end of the year.








Glen Burnie man pleads guilty in theft of thousands of aluminum postal carts
Officials say carts valued at more than $2.8 million

A 57-year-old Glen Burnie man pleaded guilty Tuesday to theft of thousands of aluminum carts from the U.S. Postal Service that will cost more than $2.8 million to replace, according to the U.S. State's Attorney's Office.


Mother of Howard teen accused in father's death says girl was anti-social
Attorney seeking to have Morgan Lane Arnold's case moved to juvenile court

Attorney seeking to have Morgan Lane Arnold's case moved to juvenile court.







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Perhaps the best part of blogging or the internet in general is the occasional discovery of something unexpected.Over on Baltimore Reporter and Conservative Thoughts is a great and thought provoking article by Robert Farrow.I hope you will follow this link and read this great post.

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Attacks on British Jews at Record High
Filed under: — Robert Farrow @ 10:36 pm

from LGF

While the UK’s Islamic advocacy groups whine furiously about “Islamophobia:” ’Wave of hatred’ warning as attacks on Jews hit record high.

Attacks on Britain’s Jews have risen to the highest level since records began.

A study published today shows the number of reported anti-Semitic incidents has almost tripled in 10 years, with more than half the attacks last year taking place in London.

The findings prompted the report’s authors to warn of a “wave of hatred” against Jews.

The number of incidents increased to 594 last year, up by 31 per cent on the previous year.

Violent assaults soared to 112, up by more than a third on 2005.

Not that the Muslims were content to just mess with the jews, British Muslims reacted to Wednesday’s anti-terror raids by releasing a statement that Britain is becoming a police state. All the terrorist were trying to do was blow up airplanes and behead innocent people. Jeez.

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Tuesday's Sports In Brief (The Associated Press)
The NCAA agreed to help athletes with head injuries in a proposed settlement of a class-action lawsuit that college sports' governing body touted as a major step forward but that critics say doesn't go nearly far enough. The deal, filed in U.S. District Court in Chicago, calls for the NCAA to toughen return-to-play rules for players who receive head blows and create a $70 million fund to pay for thousands of current and former athletes to undergo testing to determine whether they suffered brain trauma while playing football and other contact sports. Unlike a proposed settlement in a similar lawsuit against the NFL, this deal does not set aside any money to pay players who suffered brain trauma. BASEBALL LOS ANGELES (AP) - Vin Scully is staying in the booth for the Los Angeles Dodgers.

Team Report - SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS (The SportsXchange)
Davis reports to 49ers camp

Team Report - DALLAS COWBOYS (The SportsXchange)
Garrett not in make-or-break situation

Team Report - NEW YORK GIANTS (The SportsXchange)
RB Wilson exits practice with 'burner'

AP source: Gordon hires attorney, plans defense (The Associated Press)
Josh Gordon has a new, high-profile teammate to help him fight the NFL. Facing an indefinite suspension for marijuana use, Cleveland's talented wide receiver has hired attorney Maurice Suh to represent him at his appeal hearing with the league this week, a person familiar with the decision told The Associated Press. Suh, who helped Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman win an appeal for a suspension in 2012, will be with Gordon in New York on Friday, according to the person who spoke to The Associated Press on Tuesday on condition of anonymity because of the sensitive nature of the talks.

NFL roundup: Seahawks' Winston signs for one year (The SportsXchange)
Eric Winston signed a one-year deal with the Seattle Seahawks, who envision the eight-year veteran at right tackle. In addition to signing Winston, the Seahawks placed wide receiver Taylor Price on injured reserve, released cornerback Chandler Fenner and guard Bronson Irwin and signed wide receiver Randall Carroll and cornerback Terrell Thomas. Thomas, a USC product recruited by Carroll, was a second-round pick of the New York Giants in 2008. ---Arizona Cardinals linebacker John Abraham remained absent from training camp on Tuesday and the team had no indication as to when he might show up.

ESPN suspends Stephen A. Smith over Ray Rice domestic abuse commentary (Shutdown Corner)
ESPN has suspended Stephen A. Smith from its TV and radio airwaves for a week following his controversial comments about Baltimore running back Ray Rice's wife, according to Sports Illustrated. From ESPN PR: “ESPN announced today that Stephen A. Smith will not appear on First Take or ESPN Radio for the next week." — Richard Deitsch (@richarddeitsch) July 29, 2014 The NFL's two-game suspension of Rice was already a hotly debated topic and Smith threw gasoline on the fire, suggesting on "First Take" that Rice's then- fiancée  Janay Palmer could have done something to prevent last year's alleged domestic violence incident in an Atlantic City elevator. "What I’ve tried to employ the female members of my family — some of who you all met and talked to and what have you — is that ... let’s make sure we don’t do anything to provoke wrong actions, because if I come — or somebody else come, whether it’s law enforcement officials, your brother or the fellas that you know — if we come after somebody has put their hands on you, it doesn’t negate the fact that they already put their hands on you." Most notably, Smith's ESPN colleague Michelle Beadle drew attention to Smith's insensitive commentary.  So I was just forced to watch this morning's First Take. A) I'll never feel clean again B) I'm now aware that I can provoke my own beating. — Michelle Beadle (@MichelleDBeadle) July 25, 2014 I'm thinking about wearing a miniskirt this weekend...I'd hate to think what I'd be asking for by doing so @stephenasmith . #dontprovoke — Michelle Beadle (@MichelleDBeadle) July 25, 2014 Violence isn't the victim's issue. It's the abuser's. To insinuate otherwise is irresponsible and disgusting. Walk. Away. — Michelle Beadle (@MichelleDBeadle) July 25, 2014 Soon afterward, Smith unleashed another ill-conceived rant on Twitter during his first attempt at an apology , reiterating in response to Beadle on Friday, "But what about addressing women on how they can help prevent the obvious wrong being done upon them? In no way was I accusing women of being wrong. I was simply saying what that preventive measures always need to be addressed because there's only but so much that can be done after the fact ... once the damage is already done." Given the weekend for a Third Take, Smith reformed his apology on the air Monday . “On Friday, speaking right here on ‘First Take’ on the subject of domestic violence, I made what can only amount to the most egregious error of my career,” Smith said. “My words came across that it is somehow a woman’s fault. This was not my intent. It is not what I was trying to say.” That apology wasn't enough to avoid suspension from his employer. ESPN president John Skipper issued a memorandum to the company's employees obtained by SI's Richard Deitsch . "As many of you know, there has been substantial news coverage in the past few days related to comments Stephen A. made last Friday in the wake of the NFL's decision to suspend Baltimore  Ravens  running back Ray Rice for two games following charges of assaulting his then fiancée, now wife, a few months ago. "We've said publicly and in this space that those remarks did not reflect our company's point of view, or our values. They certainly don't reflect my personal beliefs." Skipper further explained the decision to suspend Smith until Aug. 6 came as the result of discussions with ESPN's women's employee resource group. ESPN currently broadcasts Monday Night Football, and for those counting at home Smith's suspension is just one week shy of Rice's.
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