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By Tom Fitton
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - David Pauley
A self-styled street preacher was sentenced to death Thursday in the killings of three down-and-out men lured by bogus job offers posted on Craigslist.
Previewing the American League.
After a contested fight, American Lamont Peterson believes he will only receive full credit for beating Amir Khan if he repeats the effort in their upcoming rematch.
An Ohio 16-year-old charged with murder in a deadly Craigslist robbery scheme says in a letter to his father that he believes God will keep him from a long incarceration.
The discoveries of two new bodies could bring to three the death toll from a Craigslist ad that police say lured victims into a lethal robbery scheme.
Dave Dombrowski and the Detroit Tigers hope they've grabbed the pieces to round out a playoff pitching staff. The Seattle Mariners just keep searching for the right pieces in their rebuilding efforts.
When Wilson Ramos strode to the plate Tuesday, it was just past 10 p.m. With two on, the Nationals trailing by two, two outs in the ninth and thunder rumbling in the distance, he told himself to wait on the changeup.
Matt Tuiasosopo extended his unlikely power surge with a three-run homer, and the Seattle Mariners beat the Baltimore Orioles 6-5 Wednesday night for their season-high fourth straight series win.
"Coming into a new role this year in the bullpen I came out of spring training and just told myself to make the best of it," Pauley said. "Things worked out all year. I was consistent most of the year. It puts that extra level of excitement to go and have a chance to be in the playoffs and possibly have the chance to win a championship."
"I was a bit angry. I challenged him and he hit it for a home run," said Pauley, who pitched in Baltimore's minor league system last year.