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November 19, 1984 | Jill Lieber
There's a record that's getting aired on rock stations around Indianapolis, but it doesn't figure to make the Top 10 in Baltimore. One of the guitar players is Jim Irsay, the 25-year-old general manager of the...
June 18, 1984 | E.M. Swift
The Baltimore Blast won its first MISL title, exploding against St. Louis
May 07, 1984 | Henry Hecht
EDDIE MURRAY: Baltimore's first baseman got the gamer in four of its five slump-breaking wins. He had 12 RBIs, scored five runs and went 10 for 27, raising his average 41 points to .291.
April 23, 1984 | Edited By Gay Flood
THE HOYAS' TITLESir:I'd like to thank Curry Kirkpatrick for finally giving the Georgetown Hoyas the credit they deserve (A Team for All Time, April 9). Although I'm a devout fan of the Hoyas, I admit they might have...
February 08, 1982 | Franz Lidz
Baltimore has the country's No. 1 schoolboy team. Maybe No. 2, too