In The Paper: April 2013

Posted on April 15, 2013

On The Cover 
Rebuilding The Defense   

Featured Columnists 
One Fan's Opinion, by Stan "The Fan" Charles 
On The Other Hand, by Phil Jackman  
Upon Further Review, by Jim Henneman   

Orioles Insider   
How Do MLB Teams Fare After Turnaround Years?

Ravens Report
Ravens' Coaching Staff Staying Intact For Once    
2013 NFL Mock Draft: How Did Free Agency Affect Teams' Needs?     

College Sports  
Area Men's Lacrosse Teams Adapting To Rules Changes
Sports Interviews With Morgan Adsit: Erik Etherly, Loyola Forward    
Johns Hopkins Raising Money To Improve Baseball Stadium 

High School Then And Now       
Randy Edsall Takes Terps On Road For Practices At Area High Schools  

In Every Issue   
Community Beat  
Fan Guide           

Cheap Seats:
Blast's PA Announcer Is Homegrown Talent
Injury Led Emilee Tominovich From Soccer To Auto Racing
Danny Wiseman Is Baltimore's First Hall Of Fame Bowler
Former Terp Still Competing In Track And Field At Age 73
Backyard Bocce Ball Provides Home For Baltimore's Italians
Block Pool Benefits Baltimore Charities

Plus   
Jackie Robinson Auction To Follow Movie Release    
Sports Business: MLB Owners Have Reason To Give Back To Fan Base  
The 15: Racial Barriers Broken In Sports   
Media Guide: MASN's Roch Kubatko Is Part Of Changing Media Landscape  
Which Of Maryland Live!'s Table Games Offer Best Odds?  
Quick Strikes From The MMA World             

Issue 184: April 2013  

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Baltimore Top Stories

Coach Of The Year?

ESPN analyst Dan Dakich weighs in on Mark Turgeon's chances for coach of the year.

RIGHT TIME FOR TERPS

Thanks to Melo Trimble and Dez Wells, the Terps are hitting their stride as the postseason nears.

Jimenez Struggles

Ubaldo Jimenez surrendered six runs, two walks and two hit batters in 1.1 innings March 3.

Q&A: CAA COMMISSIONER

Tom Yeager discusses the possibility of extending CAA tournament deal with Baltimore.

LOYOLA VS. DUKE PREVIEW

Loyola's Charley Toomey will look for his first win in Durham as Greyhounds face Duke March 7.

PLENTY OF INTRIGUE FOR ORIOLES' PITCHING STAFF

The Orioles have 16 pitchers competing for 11 or 12 spots.

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