Ravens held without TD again
Bullets’ Earl Monroe scores 22 points in his NBA debut
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.