BALTIMORE (AP) - Longtime Baltimore Orioles radio announcer Fred Manfra has called his final game.

Sunday's game between the Orioles and the Red Sox was Manfra's last game. He had previously announced he was stepping down from full-time broadcasting duties because of health problems. The Baltimore Sun reportsĀ  Manfra plans to move to Florida to be closer to his daughter, son-in-law and grandchildren. Manfra says he plans to attend Orioles games when the team travels to Tampa.

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BALTIMORE (AP) - The Sports Legends Museum in Baltimore has closed down after failing to reach a new lease agreement with the Maryland Stadium Authority.

The Baltimore Sun reports the museum, which is located adjacent to Oriole Park at Camden Yards, will close immediately.

Mike Gibbons, who is the executive director of the Babe Ruth Birthplace Foundation, says the museum will look for a new location. The foundation runs the Sports Legends and Babe Ruth birthplace museums.


Baltimore was shaken last night as looter roamed the streets, smashing windows and beating up one photographer who tried to take their picture.

Maryland Governor Larry Hogan has called in the National Guard and a curfew is being imposed today from 10 p.m. tonight through 5 a.m.

The governor also declared a state of emergency.

A CVS store and a new senior center were burned down as spot fires dotted the city.

Some 15 police are believed to have been injured while around two dozen arrests have been made.

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WASHINGTON (AP) - The White House says the head of President Barack Obama's initiative for minority males will attend the funeral of a Baltimore man who died after sustaining serious injuries while in police custody.

Broderick Johnson, the chairman of the My Brother's Keeper Task Force, will represent the administration at Monday's funeral for Freddie Gray. Johnson is also the Cabinet secretary.

Gray is the 25-year-old black man who died a week after an encounter with Baltimore police left him with grave spinal injuries. He is being buried Monday in Baltimore.

Don Rush

From the use of performance enhancing drugs to assault, the Ravens and Orioles have been facing some moral dilemma. Baltimore sports writer and commentate Mike Lurie sorts through how the two teams have dealt with these issues.