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<a href="">Your Off-Season O of the Day: Robert Andino (with Amber Theoharis)</a>
Your Off-Season O of the Day: Robert Andino (with Amber Theoharis)

Yankees reach their first World Series since 2003
So there's that. New York and Philadelphia, starting Wednesday. Feel the excitement -duck

An Evening With Brooks - WBAL Radio -
Baltimore gets a chance to honor  one of its heros tonight as The Babe Ruth Museum presents An Evening with Brooks. The museum's annual gala will celebrate a crowning achievement in Maryland sports history. Legendary Baltimore Orioles third baseman and National Baseball Hall of Famer Brooks Robinson will be honored. -zk

It took charitable appeal to get Brooks Robinson to come to an honor dinner for himself
A lot of persuasion by John Unitas's widow Sandy was required to get Brooks on board. -duck

Phillips fired after admitting affair with ESPN assistant
I think he should have been fired for those awful fake press conferences, but this will do. -duck

Indians hire former Nationals manager Manny Acta
Realizing that Billy Martin, Earl Weaver and John McGraw combined weren't getting 70 wins out of the Washington Nationals, the Cleveland Indians give Manny Acta his shot at redemption as a MLB manager. -duck

Angle tearing it up in Fall League | News
"Orioles prospect Matt Angle had his fifth straight multi-hit game and scored twice Saturday to lead Phoenix to a 7-3 victory over Scottsdale." -duck

Frederick Keys are hiring
The Keys are hiring in marketing, box office, groundskeeping and even a video production intern. -duck

Fundraising Groups wanted for Delmarva Shorebirds concessions
A plug for fundraising groups to apply for concession stand duty at Arthur W. Perdue Stadium. My kids' swim team does it, and it's a great money-maker. Only problem is, they don't allow any signage promoting the group, so you don't know if the person serving your drink is an employee or a volunteer. They oughta fix that. -duck

Delmarva Shorebirds partner in Thanksgiving for Thousands
"In 2008 the non-profit effort helped feed over 30,000 people and this year, with the additional support of Giant Foods, Inc and the local community we hope to grow that number to more than 35,000 residents across the Shore." -duck

This here's Miss Bonnie Parker. I'm Clyde Barrow. We rob Open Threads.