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Baltimore - Notable Historical Events

Edgar Allan PoeOct 3, 1849

Babe RuthJul 10, 1914

Leo DiegelOct 6, 1928

Nancy LopezMay 14, 1978

Pat BradleyJul 20, 1980

Eddie MurrayApr 10, 1983

Cal Ripken JrMay 6, 1984

Ray LewisJan 28, 2001

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Baltimore - Historical Events
Date Event
1631-06-20

The sack of Baltimore: the Irish village of Baltimore is attacked by Algerian pirates.

1632-06-20

Britain grants 2nd Lord Baltimore rights to Chesapeake Bay area

1633-06-20

Charter for Maryland is given to Lord Cecil Baltimore

1634-03-25

Under charter granted to Lord Baltimore and led by his brother Leonard Calvert first settlers found Catholic colony of Maryland

1648-01-24

Lord Baltimore's representative Margaret Brent ejected from the Maryland Council after requesting right to vote

1729-07-30

City of Baltimore founded

1796-12-18

1st US newspaper to appear on Sunday (Baltimore Monitor)

1800-01-05

1st Swedenborgian temple in US holds 1st service, Baltimore

1808-04-08

The Roman Catholic Diocese of Baltimore was promoted to an archdiocese, with the founding of the dioceses of New York, Philadelphia, Boston, and Bardstown (now Louisville) by Pope Pius VII.

1809-11-22

Peregrine Williamson of Baltimore patents a steel pen

1814-09-12

Battle of North Point fought near Baltimore during War of 1812

1816-06-11

Gas Light Co of Baltimore founded

1817-02-05

1st US gas co incorporated, Baltimore (coal gas for street lights)

1817-02-17

1st US city lit by gas (Baltimore)

1821-05-31

Cathedral of Assumption of Blessed Virgin Mary, 1st US Catholic cathedral, is dedicated in Baltimore

1827-02-28

1st commercial railroad in US, Baltimore & Ohio (B&O) chartered

1828-07-04

Construction begins on B & O (Baltimore-Ohio) 1st US passenger RR

1829-12-21

1st stone arch railroad bridge in US dedicated, Baltimore

1830-01-07

1st US Railroad Station opens (Baltimore)

1830-05-20

1st railroad timetable published in newspaper (Baltimore American)

1830-05-24

1st passenger rail service in US (Baltimore & Elliots Mill, Maryland)

1830-08-28

1st locomotive in US, "Tom Thumb", runs from Baltimore to Ellicotts Mill

1832-05-21

1st Democratic National Convention (Baltimore)

1840-02-01

Baltimore College of Dental Surgery, 1st in US, incorporated

1844-05-25

1st telegraphed news dispatch is published in Baltimore Patriot

1849-10-03

American author Edgar Allan Poe is found delirious in a gutter in Baltimore, Maryland under mysterious circumstances; it is the last time he is seen in public before his death.

1851-06-15

Jacob Fussell, Baltimore dairyman, sets up 1st ice-cream factory

1861-04-19

Baltimore riots-4 soldiers, 9 civilians killed

1863-07-01

-2] Battle at Baltimore: Crump's Crossroads Virginia

1864-02-21

1st US Catholic parish church for blacks dedicated, Baltimore

1869-10-21

1st shipment of fresh oysters comes overland from Baltimore

1870-10-25

Pimlico Race Course opens in Baltimore

1887-10-21

Detroit clinches best-of-15 touring World Championship with its 8th victory in Game 11 this afternoon in Baltimore, 13-3

1891-07-08

61°F, highest temp for July 1891, in Baltimore & Phila

1891-12-19

1st Negro Catholic priest ordained in US, Charles Uncles, Baltimore

1892-02-02

Bottle cap with cork seal patented by William Painter (Baltimore)

1892-08-13

US black newspaper "Afro-American" begins publishing from Baltimore

1898-04-22

Baltimore James Hughes no-hits Boston Braves 8-0

1899-09-15

5th US Golf Open: Willie Smith shoots a 315 at Baltimore CC MD

1900-03-08

NL decides to go with 8 teams They exclude Baltimore, Cleveland, Louisville & Washington (in 1953 Boston Braves move to Milwaukee)

1900-11-13

Baltimore Orioles (now NY Yankees) enter baseball's American League

1902-07-08

John McGraw, accused by Ban Johnson of trying to wreck Baltimore & Washington clubs, negotiates his release from the Orioles

1903-01-09

2 NYers buy Baltimore baseball franchise for $18,000 & moved it to NY

1904-02-07

Baltimore catches fire (1500 buildings destroyed in 80 blocks)

1914-07-10

Boston Red Sox purchase Babe Ruth from Baltimore Orioles

1915-03-08

1st US navy minelayer, Baltimore, commissioned

1916-02-11

Baltimore Symphony Orchestra presents its 1st concert

1922-06-14

Pres Harding is 1st US president to use radio, dedicating the Francis Scott Key memorial in Baltimore

1923-01-07

Baltimore Sun warns of Ku Klux Klan

1928-10-06

11th PGA Championship: Leo Diegel at Five Farms CC Baltimore

1944-07-03

Oriole Park (minor league baseball stadium) burns down in Baltimore

1947-10-27

WMAR TV channel 2 in Baltimore, MD (NBC) begins broadcasting

1948-03-11

WBAL TV channel 11 in Baltimore, MD (CBS) begins broadcasting

1948-11-02

WJZ TV channel 13 in Baltimore, MD (ABC) begins broadcasting

1950-10-22

LA Rams beat Baltimore Colts 70-27

1951-01-18

NFL takes control of failing Baltimore Colts

1953-01-02

NBA Baltimore Bullets begin a 32 game road losing streak

1953-01-23

NFL Dallas Texans become Baltimore Colts (now Indianapolis Colts)

1953-03-01

WJZ-AM in NYC becomes WABC; WJZ-TV in Baltimore final transmission

1953-03-16

AL rejects Bill Veeck's request to move St Louis Browns to Baltimore

1953-09-16

AL approves St Louis Browns move to become Baltimore Orioles

1953-09-27

Bert Bechichar, Baltimore Colts, kicks a 56-yard field goal

1953-10-07

Bill Veeck tells Browns stockholders he faces bankruptcy unless they drop their suit to block his move to Baltimore, they comply

1953-10-29

A Baltimore group purchases St Louis Browns

1953-11-11

Jimmy Dykes succeeds Marty Marion as Baltimore Orioles manager

1953-11-17

St Louis Browns officially become the Baltimore Baseball Club Inc

1954-03-14

NBA Baltimore Bullets end a 32 game road losing streak

1954-04-15

Orioles 1st game in Baltimore beat White Sox 3-1

1954-07-30

Bob Kennedy hits the 1st grand slam for the new Baltimore Orioles

1954-09-27

School integration begins in Wash DC & Baltimore Md public schools

1955-11-07

Supreme Court of Baltimore bans segregation in public recreational areas

1957-08-05

WJZ-TV in Baltimore MD begins radio transmissions

1958-07-28

Baltimore Colts wins NFL-championship

1958-09-20

Baltimore Oriole knuckler Hoyt Wilhelm no-hits NY Yankees 1-0

1958-12-28

"The Greatest Game Ever Played", Baltimore Colts beat New York Giants 23-17 in the first every sudden-death overtime game in NFL history (17 future members of the Pro Football Hall of Fame were involved in the game)

1959-08-14

26th NFL Chicago All-Star Game: Baltimore 29, All-Stars 0 (70,000)

1960-08-12

27th NFL Chicago All-Star Game: Baltimore 32, All-Stars 7 (70,000)

1963-09-19

Iota Phi Theta Fraternity, Inc. is founded at Morgan State University in Baltimore, Maryland.

1964-11-18

Baltimore Oriole Brooks Robinson wins AL MVP

1966-05-08

Only HR ever hit out of Baltimore's Memorial Park (Frank Robinson)

1967-03-01

WMET (now WHSW) TV channel 24 in Baltimore, MD (IND) 1st broadcast

1967-10-27

4 people from Baltimore pour blood on selective service records

1969-09-13

Baltimore Orioles, win earliest AL Eastern division title

1969-09-28

Minnesota vs Baltimore, gains 530 yards passing!

1969-10-06

WMPB TV channel 67 in Baltimore, MD (PBS) begins broadcasting

1970-08-02

Baltimore defeats KC 10-8, Orioles 23rd straight win over the Royals

1970-10-15

Baltimore Orioles beat Cin Reds, 4 games to 1 in 67th World Series

1971-01-03

Baltimore Colts beat Oakland Raiders 27-17 in AFC championship game

1971-04-11

WBFF TV channel 45 in Baltimore, MD (IND) begins broadcasting

1971-07-13

All star MVP: Frank Robinson (Baltimore Orioles)

1971-07-30

38th NFL Chicago All Star Game: Baltimore 24, All Stars 17 (52,289)

1971-10-13

1st World Series night game (Pittsburgh 4-Baltimore 3)

1972-07-13

LA Rams (Irsay) & Baltimore Colts (Rosenbloom) swap owners

1973-10-11

Oakland beats Baltimore 3 games to 2 to win AL pennant

1974-06-02

Judy Rankin wins LPGA Baltimore Golf Classic

1975-01-24

"Hot l Baltimore" situation comedy premieres on ABC TV

1976-06-15

Yankees trade May, Martinez, Pagan, MacGregor & Demsey to Baltimore for Holtzman, Alexander, Grant Jackson, Elrod Henrick & Jim Freeman

1977-04-30

Billy Graham beats Bruno Sammartino in Baltimore, to become WWF champ

1977-05-15

Jane Blalock wins LPGA Greater Baltimore Golf Classic

1977-09-18

Brooks Robinson Night in Baltimore

1978-05-14

Nancy Lopez wins LPGA Greater Baltimore Golf Classic

1979-07-22

Pat Meyers wins LPGA Greater Baltimore Golf Classic

1980-07-20

Pat Bradley wins LPGA Greater Baltimore Golf Classic

1980-11-12

Baltimore's Steve Stone wins AL Cy Young Award

1982-10-03

Milwaukee whips Baltimore 10-2 to win AL East championship

1983-04-10

Baltimore's Eddie Murray hits his 1,000 career hit

1984-03-29

NFL Baltimore Colts move to Indianapolis

1984-05-06

Baltimore Oriole Cal Ripken Jr hits for cycle

1985-07-14

Last USFL game-Baltimore Stars defeats Oakland Invaders, 28-24

1986-05-14

Pride of Baltimore lost at sea.

1986-10-03

Baltimore loses assuring Orioles of their 1st last-place finish

1987-05-11

1st heart-lung transplant take place (Baltimore)

1987-09-14

Toronto Blue Jays hit a record 10 HRs vs Baltimore Orioles

1988-04-28

Baltimore Orioles lose AL record 21 games in a row

1988-04-30

Baltimore Orioles win record 14th straight from beginning of season

1988-07-29

Baltimore trades Mike Boddicker to the Red Sox for Brady Anderson & Curt Schilling

1988-12-06

Agnes Neil Williams purchases Baltimore Orioles for $70 million Eli Jacobs becomes CEO of Balt Orioles

1990-01-10

"Les Miserables," opens at Mechanic Theatre, Baltimore

1990-02-06

Ground breaking begins on Baltimore Orioles' new $102 million stadium

1991-09-11

NY Yankees final game at Baltimore Oriole's Memorial Stadium

1991-10-01

Howard Stern adds Baltimore to his radio network (WJFK-AM)

1991-10-06

Orioles' last game at Baltimore's Memorial Stadium (vs Det Tigers)

1992-06-19

NY Yankees 1st game in Baltimore Oriole's Camden Yards

1992-09-09

1st time Baltimore Orioles draw 3 million fans at home

1993-07-13

64th All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 9-3 at Camden Yards, Baltimore

1994-12-31

1st snowless December in Baltimore Maryland

1995-07-28

Art Modell's rep begins secrets talks to move team to Baltimore

1996-03-29

Cleveland Browns choose new name, Baltimore Ravens

1996-07-14

NY Yanks sweep complete season series in Baltimore for 1st time

2001-01-28

Super Bowl XXXV: Baltimore Ravens beat New York Giants, 34-7 at the Raymond James Stadium MVP: Ray Lewis, Baltimore, LB

2007-08-22

The Texas Rangers rout the Baltimore Orioles 30-3, the most runs scored by a team in modern MLB history.

2008-09-21

The final home game is played at Yankee Stadium against the Baltimore Orioles.

2013-01-12

"Mile High Miracle", trailing the Denver Broncos 35-28 with 1:09 remaining in the AFC Divisional Playoff Game, the Baltimore Ravens' quarterback Joe Flacco heaved a 70 yard touchdown pass to receiver Jacoby Jones to tie the game (the Ravens would win in overtime and go on to win the Super Bowl)

2013-01-20

The San Francisco 49ers and the Baltimore Ravens win the NFC and AFC championship games to reach Super Bowl XLVII

2013-02-03

Super Bowl XLVII: Baltimore Ravens beat San Francisco 49ers, 34-31 at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome MVP: Joe Flacco, Baltimore, QB

2016-05-24

Baltimore police officer cleared over Freddie Gray death

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Baltimore - Notable Birthdays

Upton Beall SinclairSep 20, 1878

MenckenSep 12, 1880

Thurgood MarshallJul 2, 1908

Elvin HayesNov 17, 1945

Cal RipkenAug 24, 1960

Ray LewisMay 15, 1975

Michael PhelpsJun 30, 1985

Baltimore - Birthdays
Date Event
1605-08-08

Cecilius Calvert, 2nd Baron Baltimore, British colonial Governor of Maryland (d. 1675)

1637-08-27

Charles Calvert, 3rd Baron Baltimore, Governor of the Province of Maryland (d. 1715)

1797-12-03

Francis P Kenrick, Irish/US archbishop of Baltimore

1814-08-23

James Roosevelt Bayley, first Bishop of Newark, New Jersey, and the eighth Archbishop of Baltimore (d. 1877)

1834-07-23

James "Cardinal" Gibbons, archbishop of Baltimore

1872-03-03

Wee Willie Keeler, outfielder (Baltimore Orioles); hit .432 in 1897

1878-09-20

Upton Beall Sinclair, Baltimore, Maryland, US writer (Jungle), (d. 1968)

1880-09-12

Henry Louis Mencken, Baltimore, Md, American newspaperman/critic (Prejudices)

1884-07-12

Joseph Crehan, Baltimore MD, actor (Charlie Chan-Meeting at Midnight)

1887-02-07

Eubie Blake, Baltimore Maryland, US ragtime composer/pianist (Memories of You) (d. 1983)

1892-05-28

Minna Gombell, Baltimore, actress (Bad Girl, Thin Man, Hello Sister)

1895-02-06

George Herman (Babe) Ruth, Baltimore, Maryland, baseball great (NY Yankees)

1905-01-19

Anne Schumacher Hummert, Baltimore US, leading creator of daytime radio serials during the 1930s and 1940s

1907-05-06

Weeb Ewbank, NFL coach (Baltimore Colts, NY Jets)

1908-07-02

Thurgood Marshall, Baltimore Maryland, 1st black Supreme Court justice (1967-91), (d. 1993)

1921-03-16

Anne Truitt (born Anne Dean), Baltimore USA, American artist

1922-12-02

Leo V Gordon, Baltimore MD, actor (Circus Boy, Enos, Winds of War)

1924-08-03

Leon Uris, Baltimore, novelist (Exodus, QB VII, Battle Cry)

1925-06-23

Art Modell, owner (Cleveland Browns, Baltimore Ravens, Modells Stores), (d. 2012)

1926-04-14

Harry Gilmer, Baltimore Colts vs. Detroit Lions

1926-06-09

Mona Freeman, Baltimore, actress (Black Beauty, Dear Wife, Heiress)

1926-10-24

Y A Tittle, AAFC/NFL QB (Baltimore, SF, NY Giants, MVP 1963)

1927-01-02

Gino Marchetti, NFL defensive end (Dallas Texans, Baltimore Colts)

1927-04-03

Wesley Brown, Baltimore, Maryland, 1st African American US Naval Academy graduate, (d. 2012)

1928-04-25

Ted Goetz, The Baltimore Bullet

1928-07-04

Chuck Tanner, 1979 World Series Video: Pittsburgh Pirates vs Baltimore Orioles

1928-10-18

Keith Jackson, 1979 World Series Video: Pittsburgh Pirates vs Baltimore Orioles

1929-05-31

Milt Davis, Baltimore Colts vs. Los Angeles Rams

1930-05-11

William Carey, Baltimore, Maryland, American businessman and philanthropist (W.P. Carey & Co. LLC) (d. 2012)

1931-03-15

Ted Marchibroda, Baltimore Ravens vs. Tennessee Oilers

1933-02-03

Paul Sarbanes, Baltimore

1933-02-27

Raymond Berry, Texas, NFL hall of famer (Baltimore Colts)

1933-06-01

Alan "the Horse" Ameche, Wisc, NFL fullback (Baltimore Colts)

1933-09-25

Erik Darling, Baltimore MD, rocker (Rooftop Singers)

1933-11-25

Lenny Moore, NFL back (Baltimore Colts)

1934-04-02

Steve Myhra, Baltimore Colts vs. Los Angeles Rams

1934-04-03

Jim Parker, NFL guard, tackle (Baltimore Colts)

1934-12-09

Al Kaline, Baltimore Md, baseball outfielder (Detroit Tigers)

1934-12-19

Al Kaline, Baltimore MD, Hall of Fame outfielder (Detroit Tigers)

1936-03-07

Galen Cisco, Baltimore Orioles vs. Toronto Blue Jays

1937-01-31

Philip Glass, Baltimore Md, minimal composer (Einstein on the Beach)

1937-04-13

Lanford Wilson, US playwright (Hot L Baltimore)

1937-05-18

Brooks Robinson, Baltimore Oriole 3rd baseman (1955-77)

1937-10-03

Eli Jacobs, baseball owner (Baltimore Orioles)

1938-03-07

David Baltimore, American biologist, Nobel laureate

1938-03-07

David Baltimore, House of Numbers: Anatomy of an Epidemic

1938-10-28

Steve Stonebreaker, Baltimore Colts vs. Green Bay Packers

1940-05-06

Murray Sidlin, Baltimore Maryland, conductor (Natl Symph 1973-77)

1940-12-21

Frank Zappa, Baltimore, rocker (Mothers of Invention, Catholic Girls)

1941-05-25

Tony Lorick, Baltimore Colts vs. Green Bay Packers

1941-09-24

John Mackey, NFL tight end (Baltimore Colts, San Diego Chargers)

1941-12-07

Paul Costa, Buffalo Bills vs. Baltimore Colts

1941-9-20

Butch Byrd, Buffalo Bills vs. Baltimore Colts

1942-04-06

Barry Levinson, Baltimore MD, director (Rainman)

1942-07-14

W.K. Hicks, New York Jets vs. Baltimore Colts

1942-07-24

Toni Linhart, Baltimore Colts vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

1942-9-23

Jim Rooker, 1979 World Series Video: Pittsburgh Pirates vs Baltimore Orioles

1942-9-28

Grant Jackson, 1979 World Series Video: Pittsburgh Pirates vs Baltimore Orioles

1943-01-01

Robert Brown, Cincinnati Bengals vs. Baltimore Colts

1943-03-23

Lee May, 1979 World Series Video: Pittsburgh Pirates vs Baltimore Orioles

1943-06-26

Bill Robinson, 1979 World Series Video: Pittsburgh Pirates vs Baltimore Orioles

1943-10-10

Cid Edwards, Baltimore Colts vs. Chicago Bears

1944-02-01

Paul Blair, Cushing, OK, MLB outfielder (Baltimore Orioles), (d. 2013)

1944-03-21

Manny Sanguillen, 1979 World Series Video: Pittsburgh Pirates vs Baltimore Orioles

1944-06-08

Mark Belanger, 1979 World Series Video: Pittsburgh Pirates vs Baltimore Orioles

1944-07-30

Pat Kelly, 1979 World Series Video: Pittsburgh Pirates vs Baltimore Orioles

1944-10-29

Jim Bibby, 1979 World Series Video: Pittsburgh Pirates vs Baltimore Orioles

1944-9-11

Dave Roberts, 1979 World Series Video: Pittsburgh Pirates vs Baltimore Orioles

1945-07-07

Terry Cole, Baltimore Colts vs. Green Bay Packers

1945-08-09

Chip Myers, Cincinnati Bengals vs. Baltimore Colts

1945-10-15

Jim Palmer, New York City, New York, American baseball player (Baltimore Orioles 1965-1984)

1945-10-19

Harris Glenn Divine, Baltimore MD

1945-11-17

Elvin Hayes, Rayville Louisiana, NBA star (San Diego, Houston, Baltimore)

1945-12-29

Jim Cheyunski, Cincinnati Bengals vs. Baltimore Colts

1946-03-14

Wes Unseld, NBA all-star (Baltimore Bullets, MVP 1969)

1947-01-27

John Lowenstein, HTS: Baltimore Orioles Baseball

1947-01-30

Glenn Doughty, Baltimore Colts vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

1947-02-16

Terry Crowley, 1979 World Series Video: Pittsburgh Pirates vs Baltimore Orioles

1947-02-18

David Ehrenstein, It Came from... Baltimore!!

1947-04-21

Al Bumbry, 1979 World Series Video: Pittsburgh Pirates vs Baltimore Orioles

1947-04-27

Mack Alston, Washington Redskins vs. Baltimore Colts

1947-04-30

Margene Adkins, New York Jets vs. Baltimore Colts

1947-05-05

Larry Hisle, Baltimore Orioles vs. Toronto Blue Jays

1947-05-14

Tamara Dobson, Baltimore MD, actress (Amazons, Cleopatra Jones)

1947-06-22

Bobby Douglass, Baltimore Colts vs. Chicago Bears

1947-07-05

George Kunz, Baltimore Colts vs. Miami Dolphins

1947-07-15

Enrique Romo, 1979 World Series Video: Pittsburgh Pirates vs Baltimore Orioles

1947-07-25

Mick Kelleher, New York Yankees vs. Baltimore Orioles

1947-9-20

Dennis Wirgowski, Baltimore Colts vs. New England Patriots

1948-04-10

Lee Lacy, 1979 World Series Video: Pittsburgh Pirates vs Baltimore Orioles

1948-08-11

Ken Mendenhall, Baltimore Colts vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

1949-03-29

Joe Ehrmann, Baltimore Colts vs. Miami Dolphins

1949-04-29

Cotton Speyrer, New York Jets vs. Baltimore Colts

1949-04-30

Phil Garner, 1979 World Series Video: Pittsburgh Pirates vs Baltimore Orioles

1949-07-20

Chris Farasopoulos, New York Jets vs. Baltimore Colts

1949-07-22

Tim Johnson, Baltimore Orioles vs. Toronto Blue Jays

1949-12-28

John Milner, 1979 World Series Video: Pittsburgh Pirates vs Baltimore Orioles

1950-02-18

Bruce Kison, 1979 World Series Video: Pittsburgh Pirates vs Baltimore Orioles

1950-05-31

Tippy Martinez, 1979 World Series Video: Pittsburgh Pirates vs Baltimore Orioles

1950-08-29

Doug DeCinces, 1979 World Series Video: Pittsburgh Pirates vs Baltimore Orioles

1950-11-29

Mike Easler, 1979 World Series Video: Pittsburgh Pirates vs Baltimore Orioles

1950-12-08

Tim Foli, 1979 World Series Video: Pittsburgh Pirates vs Baltimore Orioles

1950-12-24

Mike Barnes, Baltimore Colts vs. Miami Dolphins

1951-01-02

Bill Madlock, 1979 World Series Video: Pittsburgh Pirates vs Baltimore Orioles

1951-02-07

Benny Ayala, 1979 World Series Video: Pittsburgh Pirates vs Baltimore Orioles

1951-02-12

Don Stanhouse, 1979 World Series Video: Pittsburgh Pirates vs Baltimore Orioles

1951-04-05

Rennie Stennett, 1979 World Series Video: Pittsburgh Pirates vs Baltimore Orioles

1951-04-15

Marsha S Ivins, Baltimore Maryland, astronaut (STS 32, 46, 62, 81)

1951-06-12

Dave Skaggs, 1979 World Series Video: Pittsburgh Pirates vs Baltimore Orioles

1951-07-11

Ed Ott, 1979 World Series Video: Pittsburgh Pirates vs Baltimore Orioles

1951-12-16

Mike Flanagan, HTS: Baltimore Orioles Baseball

1952-01-23

Shelby Jordan, New England Patriots vs. Baltimore Colts

1952-01-27

Brian Gottfried, Baltimore Md, tennis star (Wimbledon Doubles 1976)

1952-02-03

Fred Lynn, Chicago, baseball outfielder (Boston, California, Baltimore)

1952-03-05

Mike Squires, Baltimore Orioles vs. Toronto Blue Jays

1952-04-15

Fred Cook, Baltimore Colts vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

1952-06-13

Ernie Whitt, Toronto Blue Jays vs. Baltimore Orioles

1952-07-27

Rich Dauer, 1979 World Series Video: Pittsburgh Pirates vs Baltimore Orioles

1953-01-17

Dick Ambrose, Art Modell for Moving the Browns to Baltimore

1953-02-21

Ken Huff, Buffalo Bills vs. Baltimore Colts

1953-04-01

Robert Jackson, Art Modell for Moving the Browns to Baltimore

1953-07-14

Billy Smith, 1979 World Series Video: Pittsburgh Pirates vs Baltimore Orioles

1953-08-16

Mike McCoy, Green Bay Packers vs. Baltimore Colts

1953-10-14

Kiko Garcia, 1979 World Series Video: Pittsburgh Pirates vs Baltimore Orioles

1953-11-06

John Candelaria, 1979 World Series Video: Pittsburgh Pirates vs Baltimore Orioles

1954-01-18

Scott McGregor, 1979 World Series Video: Pittsburgh Pirates vs Baltimore Orioles

1954-05-19

Rick Cerone, HTS: Baltimore Orioles Baseball

1954-10-28

Sammy Stewart, 1979 World Series Video: Pittsburgh Pirates vs Baltimore Orioles

1955-05-14

Dennis Martinez, 1979 World Series Video: Pittsburgh Pirates vs Baltimore Orioles

1955-08-06

Steve Nicosia, 1979 World Series Video: Pittsburgh Pirates vs Baltimore Orioles

1955-12-22

Lonnie Smith, Baltimore Orioles vs. Toronto Blue Jays

1956-02-06

Linda Grovenor, Baltimore MD, actress (Die Laughing, Wheels of Fire)

1956-10-27

Matt Cavanaugh, Baltimore Ravens vs. Houston Texans

1956-11-01

Gary Redus, Baltimore Orioles vs. Texas Rangers

1956-11-29

Joe Price, Baltimore Orioles vs. Toronto Blue Jays

1956-12-12

Steve Farr, New York Yankees vs. Baltimore Orioles

1957-07-24

Dorothy Mays, Baltimore MD, playmate (Jul, 1979)

1958-10-26

Frank Wills, Baltimore Orioles vs. Toronto Blue Jays

1958-11-23

Johnie Cooks, Green Bay Packers vs. Baltimore Colts

1959-07-31

Mike Bielecki, Baltimore MD, pitcher (Atlanta Braves)

1960-01-12

Tim Hulett, Oakland Athletics vs. Baltimore Orioles

1960-04-25

Art Schlichter, Miami Dolphins vs. Baltimore Colts

1960-08-24

Cal Ripken, Havre de Grace Maryland, shortstop (Baltimore Orioles, consecutive game streak)

1961-02-06

Cam Cameron, Baltimore Ravens vs. Houston Texans

1961-05-04

Eugene Daniel, NFL center (Indianapolis Colts, Baltimore Ravens)

1962-01-19

Chris Sabo, Detroit Michigan, third baseman (Cincinnati Reds, Baltimore Orioles)

1962-03-05

Elise Burgin, Baltimore MD, tennis star

1962-03-05

Robert L Curbeam Jr, Baltimore Md, astronaut (STS 85, sk: 99)

1962-09-19

Randy Myers, Vancouver WA, pitcher (Chicago Cubs, Baltimore Orioles)

1962-10-04

Chris James, Baltimore Orioles vs. Kansas City Royals

1963-04-10

Mike Devereaux, Casper WY, outfielder (Baltimore Orioles)

1963-04-10

Kirk Lowdermilk, Baltimore Ravens vs. Indianapolis Colts

1963-05-20

David Wells, Torrance CA, pitcher (Baltimore Orioles, NY Yankees)

1963-05-27

Ed Nunez, Oakland Athletics vs. Baltimore Orioles

1963-11-13

Vinny Testaverde, NFL quarterback (Cleveland Browns, Baltimore Ravens)

1964-01-18

Brady Anderson, Silver Spring MD, outfielder (Baltimore Orioles)

1964-02-14

Darrick Brilz, Cincinnati Bengals vs. Baltimore Ravens

1964-08-04

B J Surhoff, Bronx NY, infielder (Baltimore Orioles)

1964-09-24

Rafael Palmeiro, Havana Cuba, 1st baseman (Baltimore Orioles)

1964-10-05

Terry Mathews, New York Yankees vs. Baltimore Orioles

1964-10-29

Greg Montgomery, punter (Baltimore Ravens)

1964-10-29

Greg Montgomery, Baltimore Ravens vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

1964-12-29

Craig Grebeck, Baltimore Orioles vs. Toronto Blue Jays

1965-02-10

Lenny Webster, Baltimore Orioles vs. Cleveland Indians

1965-03-20

Chris Hoiles, Bowling Green OH, catcher (Baltimore Orioles)

1965-08-06

Brian Kinchen, NFL tight end (Cleveland Browns, Baltimore Ravens)

1965-12-24

Winston Moss, Baltimore Ravens at Green Bay Packers

1966-02-13

Jerry Browne, Oakland Athletics vs. Baltimore Orioles

1966-02-27

Pete Smith, Baltimore Orioles vs. Cleveland Indians

1966-02-28

Tim Goad, Baltimore Ravens vs. Indianapolis Colts

1966-05-29

Floyd Turner, Baltimore Ravens vs. Tennessee Oilers

1966-07-29

Jeff Herrod, Baltimore Ravens vs. Indianapolis Colts

1966-08-15

Leo Goeas, guard (Baltimore Ravens)

1966-10-18

Alan Mills, Lakeland Florida, pitcher (Baltimore Orioles)

1966-10-28

Juan Guzman, New York Mets vs. Baltimore Orioles

1966-11-17

Jeff Nelson, Baltimore MD, pitcher (NY Yankees)

1966-12-30

Kevin Long, New York Yankees vs. Baltimore Orioles

1967-02-09

Stevon Moore, NFL safety (Cleveland Browns, Baltimore Ravens)

1967-02-09

Stevon Moore, Baltimore Ravens vs. Tennessee Oilers

1967-03-03

Calvin Williams, Baltimore Ravens vs. Indianapolis Colts

1967-03-29

Brian Jordan, Baltimore MD, outfielder (St Louis Cardinals)

1967-04-14

Mike Trombley, Baltimore Orioles vs. Texas Rangers

1967-04-16

Charles Evans, Kansas City Chiefs vs. Baltimore Ravens

1967-06-22

Eric Green, NFL tight end (Miami Dolphins, Baltimore Ravens)

1967-07-10

Lee Stevens, Texas Rangers vs. Baltimore Orioles

1967-08-27

Rob Burnett, NFL defensive end (Cleveland Browns/Baltimore Ravens)

1967-10-10

Willie Davis, Baltimore Ravens vs. Tennessee Oilers

1967-12-14

Noelle Beck, Baltimore, actress (Trisha-Loving, Fletch Lives)

1968-01-08

Paul Carey, US baseball infielder (Baltimore Orioles)

1968-01-27

Matt Stover, NFL kicker (Cleveland Browns, Baltimore Ravens)

1968-02-05

Roberto Alomar, Salinas Puerto Rico, infielder (Baltimore Orioles)

1968-02-21

Terry Allen, Minnesota Vikings vs. Baltimore Ravens

1968-05-09

Vince Workman, Baltimore Ravens vs. Indianapolis Colts

1968-05-12

Mark Clark, Baltimore Orioles vs. Texas Rangers

1968-11-01

Bernard Dafney, NFL tackle (Arizona Cardinals, Baltimore Ravens)

1968-11-10

Lonnie Marts, Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Baltimore Ravens

1968-11-16

Chris Haney, Baltimore MD, pitcher (KC Royals)

1968-12-01

Eddie Britton, wide reciever (Baltimore Ravens)

1968-12-08

Mike Mussina, Williamsport PA, pitcher (Baltimore Orioles)

1968-12-12

Ray Ethridge, wide reciever (Baltimore Ravens)

1969-01-18

Larry Webster, defensive tackle (Baltimore Ravens)

1969-02-06

James Jones, NFL defensive tackle (Denver Broncos, Baltimore Ravens)

1969-03-29

Jeff Blackshear, guard (Baltimore Ravens)

1969-03-29

Jeff Blackshear, Kansas City Chiefs vs. Baltimore Ravens

1969-04-07

Ricky Bones, New York Mets vs. Baltimore Orioles

1969-04-12

Michael Jackson, NFL wide receiver (Cleveland Browns, Baltimore Ravens)

1969-04-12

Michael Jackson, Tennessee Oilers vs. Baltimore Ravens

1969-06-06

Mike Croel, Baltimore Ravens vs.Carolina Panthers

1969-08-22

Hipolito Pichardo, Baltimore Orioles vs. Kansas City Royals

1969-10-24

Arthur Rhodes, Waco Texas, pitcher (Baltimore Orioles)

1969-11-30

Mark Lewis, Baltimore Orioles vs. Anaheim Angels

1970-01-19

Rick Krivda, Mckeesport PA, pitcher (Baltimore Orioles)

1970-03-12

Michael Bankston, Cincinnati Bengals vs. Baltimore Ravens

1970-05-07

Mark Smith, Pasadena CA, outfielder (Baltimore Orioles)

1970-05-07

Brook Fordyce, Baltimore Orioles vs. Anaheim Angels

1970-06-12

Damon Buford, Baltimore MD, outfielder (Texas Rangers)

1970-12-12

Orlando Brown, NFL tackle (Cleveland Browns, Baltimore Ravens)

1970-9-28

Mike DeJean, Boston Red Sox vs. Baltimore Orioles

1971-01-08

Roosevelt Potts, Baltimore Ravens vs. Tennessee Oilers

1971-01-30

Quentin Neujahr, NFL center (Baltimore Ravens, Cleveland Browns)

1971-02-19

Wally Williams, NFL center/guard (Cleveland Browns, Baltimore Ravens)

1971-03-20

Manny Alexander, Dominican Republic, infielder (Baltimore Orioles)

1971-04-14

Gregory Zaun, Glendale CA, catcher (Baltimore Orioles)

1971-04-26

Ryan Yarborough, NFL wide receiver (Baltimore Ravens, NY Jets)

1971-05-07

Rondell Jones, NFL safety (Denver Broncos, Baltimore Ravens)

1971-07-01

Jamie Walker, Baltimore Orioles vs. New York Yankees

1971-11-06

Derrick Alexander, NFL wide receiver (Cleveland Browns, Baltimore Ravens)

1972-01-31

Ben Cavil, guard (Baltimore Ravens)

1972-06-13

Sale Isaia, OL (Baltimore Ravens)

1972-08-06

Mike Frederick, NFL defensive end (Cleveland Browns, Baltimore Ravens)

1972-09-05

Jimmy Haynes, La Grange GA, pitcher (Baltimore Orioles)

1972-10-25

Leland Taylor, defensive tackle (Baltimore Ravens)

1973-02-24

Harold Morrow, Minnesota Vikings vs. Baltimore Ravens

1973-02-28

Gary Walker, Baltimore Ravens vs. Houston Texans

1973-03-02

John Elmore, guard (Baltimore Ravens)

1973-05-21

Tommy Davis, Texas Rangers vs. Baltimore Orioles

1973-08-23

James Roe, wide receiver (Baltimore Ravens)

1973-10-07

Priest Holmes, running back (Baltimore Ravens)

1973-10-09

A.J. Ofodile, Kansas City Chiefs vs. Baltimore Ravens

1973-10-09

Todd Fordham, Baltimore Ravens vs. Jacksonville Jaguars

1973-10-10

A J Ofodile, tight end (Baltimore Ravens)

1973-11-14

DeRon Jenkins, cornerback (Baltimore Ravens)

1973-11-24

Donny Brady, defensive back (Baltimore Ravens)

1973-12-18

Keith Washington, NFL defensive end (Minnesota Vikings, Baltimore Ravens)

1974-01-29

Jeff Mitchell, corner (Baltimore Ravens)

1974-02-04

Chris Ward, defensive end (Baltimore Ravens)

1974-02-11

Wally Richardson, quarterback (Baltimore Ravens)

1974-02-23

Kenyon Cotton, full back (Baltimore Ravens)

1974-03-19

John Coppinger, El Paso TX, pitcher (Baltimore Orioles)

1974-03-19

Rocky Coppinger, Baltimore Orioles vs. Atlanta Braves

1974-08-16

Charli Baltimore, Bamboozled

1974-10-16

Jermaine Lewis, wide receiver (Baltimore Ravens)

1974-11-23

Jamie Sharper, linebacker (Baltimore Ravens)

1974-11-23

Tyrus McCloud, linebacker (Baltimore Ravens)

1974-12-03

Ralph Staten, safety (Baltimore Ravens)

1974-12-18

Peter Boulware, linebacker (Baltimore Ravens)

1975-02-26

Sam Cowart, Minnesota Vikings vs. Baltimore Ravens

1975-03-15

Cornell Brown, linebacker (Baltimore Ravens)

1975-05-05

Chris Howard, Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Baltimore Ravens

1975-05-15

Ray Lewis, Bartow Florida, American football linebacker (Baltimore Ravens)

1976-01-20

Michael Myers, Baltimore Ravens vs. Cincinnati Bengals

1976-9-13

Baltimore Russell, Let's Do Brunch

1977-02-17

Bennie Anderson, Baltimore Ravens vs. Houston Texans

1977-06-19

Bruce Chen, Chicago White Sox vs. Baltimore Orioles

1977-11-05

JaJuan Dawson, Baltimore Ravens vs. Houston Texans

1977-9-26

T.J. Houshmandzadeh, Baltimore Ravens vs. Houston Texans

1978-01-17

Paul Edinger, Minnesota Vikings vs. Baltimore Ravens

1978-12-17

Alex Cintron, Baltimore Orioles vs. New York Yankees

1979-02-03

Sione Pouha, Baltimore Ravens at New York Jets

1979-06-07

Bryan Thomas, Baltimore Ravens at New York Jets

1979-08-21

Kelley Washington, Baltimore Ravens at Green Bay Packers

1979-10-01

Rudi Johnson, Baltimore Ravens vs. Cincinnati Bengals

1980-08-19

Lance Cormier, Baltimore Orioles vs. New York Yankees

1980-10-20

José Veras, Baltimore Orioles vs. New York Yankees

1980-10-29

B.J. Sams, Baltimore Ravens vs. Cincinnati Bengals

1980-11-02

Max Warmflash, Denver Broncos at Baltimore Ravens

1980-11-15

Cory Redding, Baltimore Ravens vs. Houston Texans

1981-01-18

Brandon Fahey, Baltimore Orioles vs. New York Yankees

1981-03-13

Landon Johnson, Baltimore Ravens vs. Cincinnati Bengals

1981-06-17

Kyle Boller, New England Patriots vs. Baltimore Ravens

1981-08-06

Frank Walker, Baltimore Ravens at Green Bay Packers

1981-11-06

Vonta Leach, 2012 Baltimore Ravens: Super Bowl XLVII Champions

1982-04-06

Parker Baltimore, Mad World

1982-08-19

J.J. Hardy, Baltimore Orioles vs. Boston Red Sox

1983-05-08

Lawrence Vickers, Baltimore Ravens at Cleveland Browns

1983-11-17

Nick Markakis, Baltimore Orioles vs. Boston Red Sox

1985-06-30

Michael Phelps, Baltimore, Maryland, American swimmer (16 Olympic medals)

1987-06-10

Mike Mitchell, Pittsburgh Steelers at Baltimore Ravens

1988-9-20

Steve Lombardozzi, Baltimore Orioles vs. Boston Red Sox

1989-07-10

Paul R. Dallas III, Charli Baltimore

1989-9-20

Stefan Wilson, Grand Prix of Baltimore

1991-02-07

Markus Wheaton, Baltimore Ravens at Pittsburgh Steelers

Baltimore - Notable Weddings

Will SmithDec 31, 1997

Baltimore - Weddings
Date Event
1997-12-31

"The Fresh Prince" Will Smith (43) weds actress and singer-songwriter Jada Pinkett (40) in Baltimore, Maryland

Baltimore - Notable Deaths

Edgar Allan PoeOct 7, 1849

Baltimore - Deaths
Date Event
1675-11-30

Cæcilius Calvert, 2nd Baron Baltimore, colonial Governor of Maryland (b. 1605)

1715-02-21

Charles Calvert, 3rd Baron Baltimore, Governor of the Province of Maryland (b. 1637)

1849-10-07

Edgar Allan Poe, American writer, poet and critic, dies in Baltimore at 40

1863-07-08

Francis P Kenrick, Irish/US archbishop of Baltimore, dies at 65

1873-12-24

Johns Hopkins, Baltimore philanthropist and businessman (b. 1795)

1877-10-03

James Roosevelt Bayley, first Bishop of Newark, New Jersey, and the eighth Archbishop of Baltimore (b. 1814)

1973-05-08

Ralph Miller, last 19th century baseball player (Brooklyn Bridegrooms and Baltimore Orioles), dies aged 100

1991-03-09

Jim Hardin, former Baltimore Orioles, New York Yankees and Atlanta Braves pitcher (b. 1943)

1994-08-04

Steve Myhra, Baltimore Colts vs. Los Angeles Rams

1995-03-28

Steve Stonebreaker, Baltimore Colts vs. Green Bay Packers

1998-10-06

Mark Belanger, 1979 World Series Video: Pittsburgh Pirates vs Baltimore Orioles

2000-01-04

John Milner, 1979 World Series Video: Pittsburgh Pirates vs Baltimore Orioles

2005-10-02

Pat Kelly, 1979 World Series Video: Pittsburgh Pirates vs Baltimore Orioles

2005-11-11

Terry Cole, Baltimore Colts vs. Green Bay Packers

2007-07-29

Bill Robinson, 1979 World Series Video: Pittsburgh Pirates vs Baltimore Orioles

2008-09-29

Milt Davis, Baltimore Colts vs. Los Angeles Rams

2008-10-12

Charles Evans, Kansas City Chiefs vs. Baltimore Ravens

2009-01-09

Dave Roberts, 1979 World Series Video: Pittsburgh Pirates vs Baltimore Orioles

2010-02-16

Jim Bibby, 1979 World Series Video: Pittsburgh Pirates vs Baltimore Orioles

2011-02-11

Chuck Tanner, 1979 World Series Video: Pittsburgh Pirates vs Baltimore Orioles

2011-08-24

Mike Flanagan, HTS: Baltimore Orioles Baseball

2012-02-24

Terry Mathews, New York Yankees vs. Baltimore Orioles

2012-05-11

Frank Wills, Baltimore Orioles vs. Toronto Blue Jays

2012-07-15

Ted Goetz, The Baltimore Bullet

2013-02-17

Tony Lorick, Baltimore Colts vs. Green Bay Packers

2013-05-12

Toni Linhart, Baltimore Colts vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

2014-01-25

Dennis Wirgowski, Baltimore Colts vs. New England Patriots

2015-07-12

JaJuan Dawson, Baltimore Ravens vs. Houston Texans

2015-12-03

'Little' Melvin Williams Dead: Baltimore Drug Kingpin, Star Of 'The Wire' Dies At 73

2017-03-27

Cardinal Keeler, retired Archbishop of Baltimore, dies aged 86


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