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Big inning boosts Baysox

Big inning boosts Baysox

| April 21, 2015 | 0 Comments

The Baysox used a six-run fourth inning and three-run fifth inning to come-from-behind and beat the Richmond Flying Squirrels 10-4 Tuesday afternoon. With the win, the Baysox sweep the mini two-game series and salvage a 3-3 split despite losing the first three games in their six-game homestand. Baysox designated hitter Chris O’Brien picked up three […]

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Baysox pull an all-nighter

Baysox pull an all-nighter

| April 21, 2015 | 0 Comments

The Baysox game scheduled to begin at 6:35 p.m. Monday evening finally came to a conclusion more than five hours later at 11:39 p.m. after two rain delays totaling nearly three hours. The game started 28 minutes late after the first delay and was halted for two hours and 13 minutes after the sixth inning […]

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Baysox win wild one to avoid sweep

Baysox win wild one to avoid sweep

| April 19, 2015 | 0 Comments

The Baysox used a five run eighth inning to come from three runs down and beat the Erie SeaWolves 10-8 Sunday afternoon. Bowie trailed by as many as five runs in the fourth inning, but were not to be denied as they narrowly avoided the four-game home sweep. Trailing 5-0 early in the game, the […]

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Baysox offense flounders in 3rd straight loss

Baysox offense flounders in 3rd straight loss

| April 18, 2015 | 0 Comments

It was a perfect 75 degree Saturday night for baseball in Bowie. Unfortunately, the outcome was less than perfect for the Baysox as they dropped their third game in a row to Erie 5-2. After jumping out to an early 1-0 lead in the first inning, the Baysox offense stalled, not scoring again until the […]

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Seawolves homers sink Baysox

Seawolves homers sink Baysox

| April 17, 2015 | 0 Comments

The SeaWolves used three home runs in the first three innings of the game to jump out to a 6-0 lead the Baysox were never able to overcome in an 11-3 loss to Erie Friday night. The Baysox are still searching for their first home victory of the 2015 season after consecutive losses have dropped […]

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Seawolves make Baysox walk the plank in home opener

Seawolves make Baysox walk the plank in home opener

| April 16, 2015 | 0 Comments

In what began as a tight game, the Baysox home opener quickly unraveled into a 7-3 loss. The Baysox walked nine batters and left 12 men on base as they dropped the first of a four game set against Erie.  Parker Bridwell pitched five innings for Bowie in his second start of the season. Bridwell allowed his […]

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Latimore lifts Baysox in 7-3 win

Latimore lifts Baysox in 7-3 win

| April 15, 2015 | 0 Comments

Baysox OF Quincy Latimore burned his former Harrisburg teammates with a two-out, three-run home run to right field in the fourth inning in a 7-3 Baysox win. DH Sean Halton homered as well in the win as the Baysox took two of three in the series. Tied at 2-apiece after one inning, the game remained […]

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Grand slam ends three game streak for Baysox

Grand slam ends three game streak for Baysox

| April 14, 2015 | 0 Comments

After battling back from three runs down in the fifth inning, the Baysox saw Harrisburg grab the momentum right back. Senators 1B Matt Skole broke the tie with a two-out grand slam home run in the bottom of the fifth and the Baysox could not rally in an 8-4 loss. Baysox starter Tim Berry was […]

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Bundy, Hobgood set tone for Baysox win

Bundy, Hobgood set tone for Baysox win

| April 13, 2015 | 0 Comments

Dylan Bundy set the tone and the Baysox pitching staff continued its outstanding start as Bowie upended Harrisburg 2-1 in the series opener on Monday Night. Bundy worked three innings, allowing no hits while striking out one batter. He threw 34 pitches, with 24 being strikes. Matt Hobgood then took the torch and was sharp. […]

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Kline shines in 2-1 Baysox win

Kline shines in 2-1 Baysox win

| April 12, 2015

Baysox starter Branden Kline overpowered Richmond with his mid-90’s fastball, striking out ten of 20 batters faced to earn his first league win in a Baysox 2-1 win Sunday afternoon. With the win, the Baysox split the series with Richmond. Bowie grabbed the early lead for Kline. CF Glynn Davis led the game off with […]

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Another 14 inning game and a win for the Baysox against Richmond

Another 14 inning game and a win for the Baysox against Richmond

| April 12, 2015 | 0 Comments

After an opening night 14-inning defeat two days prior, the Baysox turned the tables on Richmond on Saturday night, grabbing their first victory in a 7-6 14-inning affair. The ballgame finished just past midnight, with reliever Mychal Givens coaxing a groundball for the game’s final out. Bowie grabbed the lead in the top of the […]

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Bowie musters 3 hits in 1-0 defeat in 2nd game of season

Bowie musters 3 hits in 1-0 defeat in 2nd game of season

| April 11, 2015 | 1 Comment

Despite outstanding work from starter Elih Villanueva and reliever Matt Hobgood,The Baysox could not get their bats going Friday night in Richmond. Bowie mustered just three hits in a 1-0 loss at The Diamond. Richmond scored the game’s lone run in the second inning. Three consecutive singles started the frame. After a popout registered then […]

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Baysox 14 inning opener goes to Richmond

Baysox 14 inning opener goes to Richmond

| April 10, 2015 | 1 Comment

The 2015 season of Baysox baseball got off to a wild start as Bowie dropped a marathon, 14-inning contest in Richmond 3-2 to open their 142-game campaign. The game was longer than any played in the Baysox 2014 season. Bowie looked like they had grabbed the lead with two-down in the 11th inning. SS Ozzie […]

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Baysox and WNAV partner together again for another season

Baysox and WNAV partner together again for another season

| April 10, 2015 | 0 Comments

The Bowie Baysox and 1430 WNAV will continue its partnership for a second consecutive season in 2015. The Baysox will have a full-season radio presence in Annapolis and surrounding areas with WNAV, who will provide a live broadcast of 30 games during the course of the season while streaming all 142 games online at www.1430wnav.com. […]

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neo opens at Annapolis Towne Centre, and it’s good!

neo opens at Annapolis Towne Centre, and it’s good!

| March 25, 2015 | 1 Comment

neo is a new, fast– casual pizza and craft beer restaurant that recently opened in the Annapolis Towne Centre. Leho Poldmae has worked closely with executive chef Mark Bolan to bring his vision to life in this modern, inviting atmosphere. The restaurant set up includes communal tables and an open kitchen to create a social, flexible […]

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Has Annapolis adopted common core math to calculate parking tickets?

Has Annapolis adopted common core math to calculate parking tickets?

| February 27, 2015 | 0 Comments

Earlier this week, a reader contacted us about a parking ticket. She admits she was wrong and deserved the ticket. She admits she failed to pay it on time and additional penalties applied. But that is where it gets weird. Seems the City of Annapolis is using some type of Common Core math or voodoo […]

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When bad kids go good–thank a cop

When bad kids go good–thank a cop

| February 24, 2015 | 1 Comment

All too often we hear the bad side of an interaction with a police officer. You get a ticket. You got arrested. Sometimes we hear the good stories–last week a pair of officers jumped into a frozen South River to rescue a man and his dog. They are usually first on the scene of any […]

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Letter: Doubling wind and solar is the right choice for Maryland

Letter: Doubling wind and solar is the right choice for Maryland

| February 17, 2015 | 1 Comment

As a high school Environmental Science teacher in Anne Arundel County, I have the good fortune to teach some of the brightest, most passionate, and inquisitive students in the county.  The course is fun and challenging because there is rarely a right or wrong side to the issues that we study, thus forcing students to […]

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Hey Pasadena, it’s a methadone <em>clinic</em>, not a meth lab

Hey Pasadena, it’s a methadone clinic, not a meth lab

| February 4, 2015 | 15 Comments

UPDATE: Anne Arundel County Councilman, Derek Fink, has advised that he had a conversation with Smith who agreed to not move forward with the clinic at the Hogs Neck location. Fink said he’d work with Smith to find a more suitable location. Annapolis, Severna Park, and South County no longer have the lock on the […]

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Alleviating the school board’s special interest politics

Alleviating the school board’s special interest politics

| January 28, 2015 | 1 Comment

Between now and July 1, 2015, Governor Larry Hogan will appoint to the Anne Arundel Board of Education a majority (five of eight) of its adult members.  In doing so, he will be limited to choosing from among those nominated by the Anne Arundel School Board Nominating Commission, which is required by statute to submit […]

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Anne Arundel County Public Schools blow another snow day decision

Anne Arundel County Public Schools blow another snow day decision

| January 6, 2015 | 2 Comments

Last year, almost to the day, Acting Superintendent Mamie Perkins promised that the Anne Arundel County Public Schools had learned their lesson about inclement weather and allowing school to remain in session.  It seems that the current administration must have been nodding off during that meeting because they blew it again. While neighboring districts were […]

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Michael Phelps and a step-by-step guide to handling a DUI arrest

Michael Phelps and a step-by-step guide to handling a DUI arrest

| December 29, 2014 | 5 Comments

What does the average John Doe have in common with 18-time Olympic gold medalist swimmer Michael Phelps? From a legal standpoint, the answer might be more than you’d expect—they’re both: a.) human, and hence predisposed to momentary lapses in judgment; b.) subject to the same laws and equal treatment before the justice system; and c.) […]

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