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  • Mr. Wrong: It's free Baltimore Orioles baseball crap season

    Mr. Wrong: It's free Baltimore Orioles baseball crap season
    Hey Baltimore, and deeper still, hey baseball, it is almost time for the real-live Baseball Season, after this long-ass Winter of Our Discontent! On a personal note, I am super-excited to announce that I am very excited about Baseball Season, and I am extra excited to exist on this planet as the proud participant of 50 percent of a 13-Game “Partial Season Plan” I got in on last year trying to get a leg up on some Playoffs tickets, if you remember last year, right? Remember? OK, yeah, you’re right, let’s forget about Last Year, because now it is This Year, and This Year is gonna be The Year, right? Yeah! Baseball! Also: Beer.
  • The Undercard: Et Tu Duquette?

    Manager Buck Showalter and Executive Vice President of Baseball Operations Dan Duquette had barely finished collecting the accolades and hardware awarded to them for the brilliant 2014 Orioles season before they were under fire from Baltimore’s...

    Monica Barlow

    Monica Barlow
    After fighting lung cancer for more than four years, Orioles public relations director Monica Pence Barlow succumbed to the disease in late February. She was 36. According to an obituary in The Sun, Barlow, a graduate of the College of William and Mary,...

    Catch-Up

    I've been super-busy the past few days, so let's catch up on some pretty decent and/or distressing stories from over the weekend and other stuff I've found, with maybe a short News Hole later. Charm City Massacre: The fact that 50 Cent's new album, The...

    March 1, 2000

    We here at X-Content try mightily to post City Paper's decade-old content exactly 10 years to the day after it was first published. Alas, the year 2000 was a leap year, and it jumped up on us, so today we are posting it on March 2 instead of March 1....