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Nats’ Bryce Harper signs with Under Armour

Under Armour Inc. has signed a multi-year partnership with outfielder Bryce Harper, the first pick of last year’s Major League Baseball draft by the Washington Nationals. Harper, who is playing with the Hagerstown Suns, the Nationals’ Class A affiliate, will ...

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Staying on the cutting edge at Camden Yards

Oriole Park at Camden Yards was considered on the cutting edge of ballparks and heralded a new era of the baseball industry when it opened in 1992. But it’s now Major League Baseball’s 10th-oldest ballpark, and the state of the ...

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Was it worth it? Born of turmoil, Oriole Park a trendsetter

On Monday, baseball players will be scattered over the bright green field of Camden Yards, the darker green seats will be filled with fans in orange T-shirts — getting there early, of course — and the smells of hot dogs ...

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Oriole Park: From helicopter flight to ballyard

The idea of a new stadium for the Baltimore Orioles was of utmost importance as soon as Edward Bennett Williams purchased the team in 1979. Memorial Stadium, then the home to both the Orioles and the National Football League’s Baltimore ...

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Imre launches sports marketing division

Marketing agency Imre has launched a sports-focused division to take on national events and clients. The Sparks-based firm has hired two new employees for its five-person department that will help garner more sports-related clients. Imre’s sports clients have included the ...

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Under Armour named official footwear supplier of MLB

Under Armour Inc. announced Monday that it has been named the official footwear supplier for Major League Baseball, starting this spring. The multiyear agreement gives the Baltimore-based apparel maker worldwide rights to produce and distribute MLB logo-flanked cleats. Under Armour ...

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NJ man is the pinch bidder for Baltimore nuns’ rare Honus Wagner baseball card

HADDONFIELD, N.J. — A New Jersey doctor now has one of the world’s most valuable baseball cards. Nicholas DePace, of Haddonfield, stepped in Monday to buy the card from a group of Roman Catholic nuns in Baltimore who sold the ...

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