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1 shot dead, 7 injured in Baltimore weekend shootings: police

BALTIMORE — A person was killed early Saturday morning and seven others injured during several shootings that began Friday night in Baltimore, according to police. Southern District officers who were in the area of the 700 block of South Charles Street in Baltimore’s Otterbein neighborhood heard gunshots minutes after 3 a.m. Saturday.
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Washington man arrested after reportedly making social media threat to blow up elementary school

Authorities arrested a Washington man on Tuesday after he allegedly threatened to blow up an elementary school. Thomas Gabbard, 19, had previously gone on Instagram Live, where he claimed to be a gang member. However, a viewer on the stream insisted that Gabbard was not, to which the suspect responded he was “going to pull up and bomb a school,” police said. No school or location was specified during the stream.
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NBA Draft 2022: An introduction to Wizards rookie Johnny Davis

In Thursday’s NBA Draft, the Washington Wizards selected Johnny Davis, a guard out of Wisconsin, with the tenth overall pick. In his sophomore season with the Badgers, Davis averaged 19.7 points on 42.7 percent FG% along with 8.2 rebounds and 1.2 steals per game. Davis started in all 31 of Wisconsin’s games en route to a second-round exit at the hands of Iowa State in the NCAA Tournament.
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Davion Mintz signs Exhibit 10 contract with Washington Wizards

Former Kentucky guard Davion Mintz has signed an Exhibit 10 contract with the Washington Wizards according to JD Shaw of Hoops Rumors. Mintz averaged 8.5 points and 2.2 rebounds per game for the Wildcats last season. As a reminder, an Exhibit 10 contract is a 1-year, minimum salary deal that...
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NBA World Reacts To Bradley Beal's Free Agency Decision

Bradley Beal isn't going to be going very far in free agency. Per ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski, Beal is expected to opt out of his $36.4 million player option and re-sign with the Washington Wizards on a five-year deal. That's big news for the Wizards as Beal is their best player....
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Breaking: Bradley Beal's Free Agency Plan Revealed

As expected, Bradley Beal is probably heading to free agency. According to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski, the Washington Wizards star is "very likely" to decline a $36.4 million player option for the 2022-23 season and enter free agency. He's then expected to sign the five-year, $248 million "supermax" contract to stay in Washington.
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Sicko arrested after allegedly threatening to blow up elementary school

Authorities arrested a Washington man on Tuesday after he allegedly threatened to blow up an elementary school. Thomas Gabbard, 19, had previously gone on Instagram Live, where he claimed to be a gang member. However, a viewer on the stream insisted that Gabbard was not, to which the suspect responded he was “going to pull up and bomb a school,” police said. No school or location was specified during the stream.
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These Food Mascots May Actually Be Married To Each Other

One of Baltimore's best-loved icons is a very dapper, one-eyed gentleman who is nearly 90 years young but still as spry and stylish as ever: Mr. Boh, the mascot for National Bohemian Beer. You'll see this natty gent out and about, strolling through the Inner Harbor or rooting on the Orioles at Camden Yards, and he'll probably pop up at the Preakness, as well. (Those familiar with Triple Crown cocktails might know that Natty Boh makes a great chaser for a Black-Eyed Susan.)
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O's game blog: Looking for a sweep in Chicago

When this Orioles series in Chicago began, the team had not posted a four-game win streak since the end of the 2020 season. Today, the O's seek a five-game streak and a four-game sweep on the road against the White Sox – which would be their first four-game sweep at Chicago since 1995.
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Updating Bradish, Odor and Mancini, plus the quest for .500

CHICAGO – Orioles rookie Kyle Bradish is optimistic that he can pitch again after his 15 days expire on the injured list. Manager Brandon Hyde thinks it will be close to the date, if not hitting it exactly. Bradish is eligible to return on July 6. For now, he’s...
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Sunday afternoon Orioles game thread: at White Sox, 2:10

This is the icing game. The Orioles have already won three games on the road against a team that many expected to be a major contender in the AL this season. That hasn’t been the case. In fact, the Orioles have looked like the far superior squad this weekend. Finishing off a sweep would confirm it.
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Orioles and White Sox lineups (and notes)

CHICAGO – The Orioles waited to post their lineup until checking Rougned Odor’s back. Odor worked out on the field and remained on the bench for the fifth game in a row - the last four due to injury. Richie Martin is the second baseman and Jonathan Araúz...
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Soto back in 2-spot, now trying to solve RISP woes

ARLINGTON, Texas – Nine days ago, in the opener of their doubleheader against the Phillies, the Nationals tried to mount a bottom-of-the-ninth rally. Trailing by two runs, the bottom of the order got two men on base with one out, turning the lineup over and giving better hitters a chance to pull it off.
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White Sox Lose Third Straight at Home to Baltimore, Fourth Overall

It was Lance Lynn day at 35th and Shields. Fans waited through an one hour and 20 minute rain delay to watch Lynn and the Chicago White Sox take on the Baltimore Orioles. Unfortunately, after a close game for most of the contest, the O’s reeled off four runs in the seventh inning to win 6-2.
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