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When Jim Thome first started pointing his bat toward the pitcher, he never imagined that subtle movement would one day become immortalized.
Since when did the signatures of today's celebrity athletes become worse than your local physician's scrawl on a prescription slip?
The champagne was on ice, plastic shields were in place above the cubicles in the Baltimore clubhouse and couches were removed to accommodate a celebration 15 years in the making.
A few days ago, Jayson Werth found himself in a conversation with teammates about Jim Thome. A 22-year veteran and five-time All-Star, Thome is one of the most well-liked players in the majors, in large part due to his genuine enjoyment for other players' success.
There was a public outcry when R.A. Dickey did not start the All-Star game, a journeyman for the Chicago White Sox threw a perfect game and the Pittsburgh Pirates of all teams were in first place as the first half of the baseball season drew to a close.
There was a public outcry when R.A. Dickey did not start the All-Star Game, a journeyman for the Chicago White Sox threw a perfect game and the Pittsburgh Pirates of all teams were in first place as the first half of the baseball season drew to a close.
Jim Thome arrived at Camden Yards on Sunday, eager to become a regular in the Baltimore Orioles lineup and to make a good team even better.
The Washington area will be well-represented in the women's 800-meter freestyle at the London Olympics, as Katie Ledecky and Kate Ziegler qualified for the Games on Sunday night in Omaha, Neb., with the second- and third-fastest times in the world this year.
Slugger Jim Thome is headed to the Baltimore Orioles, whose struggling offense is in dire need of some punch.