Day-by-Day in Baltimore Orioles History

Day-by-Day in Baltimore Orioles History

by Ted Patterson
     
 

A complete reference detailing the history of the Baltimore Orioles baseball franchise arranged in chronological order, day by day. Five decades of baseball history, from Cal Abrams to Cal Ripken Jr.; from Jim Palmer's first game to Brooks Robinson's last; from Frank Robinson's game-winning home run in the final game of the 1966 World Series to Earl Weaver,

Overview

A complete reference detailing the history of the Baltimore Orioles baseball franchise arranged in chronological order, day by day. Five decades of baseball history, from Cal Abrams to Cal Ripken Jr.; from Jim Palmer's first game to Brooks Robinson's last; from Frank Robinson's game-winning home run in the final game of the 1966 World Series to Earl Weaver, Memorial Stadium, Camden Yards, trades, and championships. A retrospective of the good and not-so-good days of the Baltimore Orioles.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781582610177
Publisher:
Sports Publishing LLC
Publication date:
05/28/1999
Edition description:
Signed
Pages:
200
Product dimensions:
8.52(w) x 10.99(h) x 0.54(d)

Meet the Author

Ted Patterson is a broadcast journalist who has covered the local sports scene since 1973. He was sports director at WBAL radio for six years before joining WMAR television as weekend anchor and later as sports director. As sports director at WPOC radio, he handled morning sports and began the popular "Sports Book" segment. In recent years, Patterson has done Orioles and Ravens reports on WCBM and has hosted the station's Monday night talk show from McCafferty's restaurant in Mt. Washington. He was the voice of Navy football for fourteen years and of the David Robinson-led Navy basketballers, has announced for Morgan State football, and did play-by-play for two Orioles seasons on Super-TV. Since the Ravens came to Baltimore, he has served as ESPN's game-day broadcaster. Patterson has been honored three times as Maryland Sportscaster of the Year, numerous times by the Chesapeake Associated Press Broadcasters Association, and in 1979 with the prestigious Eclipse Award for his coverage of thoroughbred racing in Maryland. His other books include Baltimore Orioles: Four Decades of Magic and Day by Day in Baltimore Orioles History.

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