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Notes On The Orioles And The 1966 World Series

Yesterday the Baltimore Orioles won (1-0) in Boston to move within one game of the host Red Sox in the A.L. East. The O’s (pun intended), are ahead for playoff/tournament qualification at the moment. 117 more words

"I see a lot of holes right now:" Activist calls for national conference on police shooting incidents

KENOSHA — A long-time activist hopes to team up once again with the state’s largest police union. The goal is to make Wisconsin the center of a new national discussion. 517 more words


Orioles To Host Jim Palmer Book Signing On July 22

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The Orioles will host a book signing featuring Baseball Hall of Famer and Orioles legend Jim Palmer on Friday, July 22. Palmer will sign copies of his new book, “Nine Innings to Success,” from 5:30 p.m. 110 more words


Coleman: A Half Decade Later And Still So Sweet 

As the Orioles open a three-game home stand against the L.A. Angels, it’s ironic that LA’s other club, the Dodgers, were the last team they just defeated. 188 more words


A BwM Book Review: Nine Innings to Success by Jim Palmer and Alan Maimon

Hey baseball fans!

Jim Palmer, one of the best pitchers of all time, accompanied by Alan Maimon, had his new book published about a month ago called “Nine Innings to Success: A Hall of Famer’s Approach to Achieving Excellence.” I just finished it, and boy was it good!! 320 more words

WATCH: Jim Palmer Shares Stories From His Playing Days With Francesa

NEW YORK (WFAN) — Baseball Hall of Famer Jim Palmer stopped by the Adorama Live Theater on Wednesday to chat with WFAN’s Mike Francesa.

Palmer, a Manhattan native, was promoting his new book, “Nine Innings to Success: A Hall of Famer’s Approach to Achieving Excellence.” 66 more words



“Christianity” is a word used to indicate a particular religious system for knowing God through the person and teachings of Jesus Christ. However, the religion and the person are often two very different and unrelated things. 198 more words