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Think back, you know these guys
Just to prepare you for when you ask, “Who are those guys?” Tonight the guys dressed in blue and white playing Chestnut Ridge will be the Allegany Campers.
Is managing big enough in the Ripken big picture?
Cal Ripken Jr. says he has the itch to return to baseball, and most of Washington seems eager to scratch it for him by crowning him manager of the Nationals.
Had they not traded Kiner, who knows?
There are, in the words of our great friend J. Suter Kegg, “a lot of people walking around here with ‘P’ on their caps.”
Suter would have enjoyed the last two Octobers, although having been the founder and president of a nationally-recognized Yankees haters club in the 1950s (true story — he mailed out buttons to Yankee haters all over the country), he likely wouldn’t have been happy with the way October ended for the Orioles last year.
Passing swift once more as a summer storm
God pity them both! and pity us all,
Who vainly the dreams of youth recall.
For of all sad words of tongue or pen,
The saddest are these: “The baseball season is at its end!”
Central Tech visits FH today
Fort Hill will welcome a new opponent to its schedule at a new game time, as the Sentinels play host to the Central Tech Falcons, of Erie, Pa., today, 5:30 p.m., at Greenway Avenue Stadium.
Keyser, FH in Greenway clash
Numbers-wise it may be a light high school football weekend, but weight-wise the match-ups are considerably heavy as the Keyser-Fort Hill game tonight, 7 o’clock, at Greenway Avenue Stadium highlights six area games this evening, with one more being played Saturday afternoon.
All in all, not the best of first weeks
There have been a lot of long faces on NFL fans walking around here since Monday night when the Washington Redskins completed the Two Hours From Everywhere trifecta, launched last Thursday by the Baltimore Ravens and carrying through to Sunday with the Pittsburgh Steelers, as all three teams punched the clock with pretty dismal losses.
FH, Allegany kick off tonight
Beginning tonight everybody will be in the pool as Maryland public high schools kick off their football seasons.
Perdew gets weekend call to The Show
If you thought that was a familiar face you saw in the Chicago White Sox dugout Thursday night, it was. And you’ll be able to see it all weekend long, as J.R. Perdew is in Baltimore and in uniform for the White Sox’s four-game series with the Orioles that began last night at Camden Yards.
Why is this game being played in Denver again?
So Denver’s in an uproar because Joe Flacco’s picture is plastered all over town beside Peyton Manning’s picture in NFL-purchased promotions for Thursday’s season opener between the Ravens and the Broncos.
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