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  • SPORTS

    SPORTS
    2014 NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Championships. The best in Divisions I, II, and III descend on the field of M&T Bank Stadium to play for the lacrosse title. You can bet there will be plenty of Maryland schools represented. May 24-26, 1 p.m., M&T Bank Stadium, 1101 Russell St., (410) 230-8000.
  • The Super Bowl-that fat, fantastic tick of a spectacle-is set to dig its massive, ad-bloated mandibles into nearly every inch of the American media's goose-pimpled flesh

    Are you ready for some football? No? Well you've got an extra week to get ready. Still don't think you'll be ready? Well sorry, you're boned, 'cause the Super Bowl-that fat, fantastic tick of a spectacle-is set to dig its massive, ad-bloated mandibles...

    Pitcher Aaron Harang happy to be with Phillies, despite rebuilding mode

    Pitcher Aaron Harang happy to be with Phillies, despite rebuilding mode
    CLEARWATER, FLA. — One of the main goals for the Philadelphia Phillies and their front office this offseason was to bolster starting pitching depth. More specifically, they wanted starting pitchers with short-term deals who could eat up innings...

    Minnie Minoso's love of baseball never waned

     Minnie Minoso's love of baseball never waned
    GLENDALE, Ariz. — In his first at-bat in a White Sox uniform, on May 1, 1951 at Comiskey Park, Minnie Minoso homered off Yankees pitcher Vic Raschi. It was the start of a beautiful relationship between Minoso and Sox fans, one that continued for...

    Leonard Nimoy deserves a split-fingered sports salute

    Leonard Nimoy deserves a split-fingered sports salute
    The news hit Joe Nelson like a photon torpedo. Leonard Nimoy had died, and with him went a character for the ages. "I had a little extra sadness," Nelson said. That character was Mr. Spock, of course. And sports fans all over the galaxy should have...