February 11, 1993
Michael J. Davies has resigned as publisher of the Baltimore Sun for personal reasons, the paper's Los Angeles-based parent, Times Mirror Co., announced Wednesday. Davies, 48, will remain at the Sun until March 15 before moving to New York, where his wife, Cynthia McFadden, is an anchor for Court TV, said officials at Times Mirror. Until a successor is named, the Sun's senior vice presidents will report to Richard T. Schlosberg III, vice president for Times Mirror group newspapers.
October 19, 1992 |
Eli Jacobs, owner of the Baltimore Orioles, acknowledged that he is having financial troubles and will not be able to make interest payments to some lenders, the Baltimore Sun reported. Three banks have sued Jacobs in the past six months to recover $27 million in unpaid loans.
July 21, 1990 |
For a minute there, Robert Auerbach was working on his own field of dreams. Auerbach's reality check came Friday when it was announced that Pete Rose will serve his five-month jail sentence at the Federal Correctional Institution Camp in Marion, Ill., rather than at the one in Ashland, Ky. Auerbach, 38, serving time at the Ashland facility for marijuana cultivation, had told Rob Wells of Associated Press that he hoped Rose would get a bunk in his cellblock, G Unit.
November 14, 1989 |
The NFL's team of the '80s? There is no question about it, according to Vito Stellino of the Baltimore Sun: "There is no need for a recount. The San Francisco 49ers are the team of the 1980s, joining the Green Bay Packers, the team of the 1960s, the Pittsburgh Steelers, the team of the 1970s, and the Cleveland Browns, who went to 10 straight championship games from 1946 to 1955 in the All-America Conference and the NFL, as one of the four best teams of the modern post-World War II era.
June 13, 1989
The University of Maryland has made an offer to Ohio State's Gary Williams to become its next basketball coach, sources familiar with the search process said, according to the Baltimore Sun. Indications are Williams will come to Maryland if the financial package is comparable to the one he has at Ohio State.
March 9, 1989
Larry D. Strutton, executive vice president-operations for the Los Angeles Times, has been appointed president of the Baltimore Sun newspaper, effective April 1. In his new post, Strutton, 48, will be responsible for all business, financial and operational segments of the Baltimore Sun. He will report to Reg Murphy, publisher and chief executive of the newspaper. Both The Times and the Sun are owned by Times Mirror Co.