More Sports Archive: January / February 2007
Babe Ruth Lives Forever!
Babe Ruth was born in Baltimore, 112 years ago this month. And nearly 60 years after his death, he is still the most recognizable name in sports.
A Healing Kind of Man
For more than 50 years, Dr. Bill Neill has been keeping our heroes in the game, treating over a dozen Hall of Famers from the Colts, Bullets, Orioles and more.
The Media Guide: Winners and Losers
Barry Silverman breaks down the big winners, and the big losers, among this year's Super Bowl ads.
Baltimore’s Top 10 Athletes of All Time
With all of Baltimore and baseball fans across America agog over Cal Ripken’s election to the National Baseball Hall of Fame, it seemed like a good time to try ranking "Aberdeen’s own" among Baltimore’s Top 10 athletes of all time.
Collecting Everything Cal Ripken
Ripken's Hall of Fame election will have far-reaching effects on several aspects of baseball, not the least of which will be the ever-growing collectors' market.
Hall Of Fame Trainer Bud Delp Passes
Hall of Fame horse trainer Grover G. “Bud” Delp died Dec. 29 at his Ellicott City home from cancer. He was 74.
Questioning the New Year
Larry Harris presents a bunch of questions and a few smart-ass answers as the sports calendar says farewell to 2006 and turns one more time.
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