Ravens held with­out TD again

Bul­lets’ Earl Mon­roe scores 22 points in his NBA de­but

Baltimore Sun - - NFL - By Mike Klinga­man mike.klinga­man@balt­sun.com twit­ter.com/MikeKlinga­man

OCT. 22, 2000: Make it four straight games in which the Ravens have failed to score a touch­down af­ter los­ing to the Ten­nessee Ti­tans, 14-6, at PSINet Sta­dium. Bal­ti­more (5-3) gets two field goals from Matt Stover, who has scored the team’s past 40 points.

OCT. 17, 1996: The un­de­feated Broad­neck boys soccer team wins its 12th game — its 10th by shutout — with a 2-0 vic­tory over Sev­erna Park. Mark Holmes scores both goals.

OCT. 21, 1978: Navy’s foot­ball team, ranked No. 1 na­tion­ally in de­fense, de­feats Wil­liam & Mary, 9-0, in An­napo­lis. Full­back Larry Klaw­in­ski runs 33 yards for a touch­down for the No. 17 Mid­ship­men (6-0).

OCT. 21, 1974: The Ori­oles’ Mike Cuel­lar, 37, is named the top left-handed pitcher in baseball by the As­so­ci­ated Press. “He’s a great money pitcher,” gen­eral man­ager Frank Cashen says of Cuel­lar (22-10), who led Bal­ti­more to its fifth di­vi­sion ti­tle in six years.

OCT. 18, 1967: In his NBA de­but, rookie Earl Mon­roe scores 22 points — half of them in the first quar­ter — as the Bul­lets de­feat the New York Knicks, 121-98, at the Civic Cen­ter.

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OCT. 21, 1964: Ori­oles third base­man Brooks Robin­son is named to the AP 10-man all-star team. Robin­son (28 home runs, 118 RBIs, .317 bat­ting aver­age) fin­ishes fourth in bal­lot­ing, ahead of such stars as out­field­ers Wil­lie Mays (San Fran­cisco Gi­ants) and Mickey Man­tle (New York Yan­kees).

OCT. 19, 1958: The un­de­feated Colts win their fourth straight, 40-14 over the Lions in Detroit, gain­ing 535 yards on of­fense. Johnny Uni­tas throws a touch­down pass in his 19th con­sec­u­tive game, a 37-yarder to tight end Jim Mutscheller.

OCT. 20,1913: Blinded by mud kicked up from the sloppy track at Lau­rel Race Course, Fred Mulholland, a black geld­ing, bolts into a rail that spears his chest as he charges down the stretch. The horse dies in­stantly.


OCT. 22, 1982: Dar­ren O’Day, Ori­oles re­lief pitcher who made the Amer­i­can League All-Star team in 2015.

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