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Paul Blair holds court for reporters after the Oriole game at Memorial Stadium. It was Blair’s bunt in the 12th inning that scored the winning run against the Minnesota Twins. (Paul Hutchins, Baltimore Sun files, Oct. 4, 1969)
The first game of the first American League Championship Series, between the Baltimore Orioles and the Minnesota Twins, was played 45 years ago, Oct. 4, 1969, on a Saturday afternoon at Memorial Stadium.
The playoffs, as everyone called them, were an innovation for baseball — which had added divisional play that year — and not everyone was in favor of them.
photo by yulescanyon
Baltimore Sun front pages after Orioles’ division titles
Happy #flashbackfriday, Baltimore! Today, with storms looming, we’re throwing it back to Tuesday with this photo of the lightning dancing in the sky above #OPACY. Photo — Karl Merton Ferron, #BaltimoreSun (at Oriole Park at Camden Yards)
Alright, Baltimore/DMV: We follow some pretty great photographers, but we want to know your favorites
And, we want to tell the Baltimore (and beyond) #photography community about them. Over on our blog, The Darkroom, we want to feature area photographers who are doing something special, original or just phenomenal, but we know there are some great photographers out there that we don’t know about.
Who are your favorites? Let us know.