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Topic - J. Michael Hopkins
One day a year, the sports world is focused on the state of Maryland. Like it does every May, this Saturday's Preakness Stakes brings eyeballs to Baltimore in the form of more than 100,000 in the stands and the infield and millions on television.
"I'm not concerned about it," Maryland Racing Commission executive director J. Michael Hopkins told The Washington Times on Wednesday. "It's the largest sporting event in the history of Maryland every year. It's like having the Super Bowl in Maryland every year."