The 1920 team that won the pennant and their last 25 games and had a .719 winning percentage only beat out the Toronto Maple Leafs by 2.5 games. Toronto won 24 of their last 26. That is a pennant race the likes of which we won't see again in the world of wildcards. Toronto was managed by Hugh Duffy, former star outfielder of the 1890s Boston Beanaters who once hit .440 in a season. Even 100+ years ago the Orioles couldn't escape battles with Toronto and Boston.
The article seems to have missed Ralph Worrell, who I mentioned in another thread. The 20-year-old star of the 1918 Orioles staff who died of the Spanish flu after his one professional season.
The guy was in a zero tolerance situation with the Patriots and lasted only one game. If the Ravens signed him now, chances are he wouldn't even make it to when training camp starts. I am not totally against it, but the guy is mentally ill. I'm sure the Ravens are monitoring the situation and considering it. If they ultimately think they can help him, great. If not, I understand.
On a side note, I am glad to see Hollywood training with his cousin, Lamar, and Chad Johnson. As crazy as AB and Ocho Cinco are, they know what it takes to excel on the field.
Too many variables right now. Try to make it into May and see where we are.Virus does not care about data points. Could die down and come back in the fall or winter.Maybe we have a treatment that works in two months,at least on most people.Honestly more worried about small businesses and workers then baseball and rich owners.
Germany may try something we are looking at.But we really need to test and get back results in less then a week Send the people who had the virus and send them back into the workforce first since they are immune. Slowly get the economy going over time.
I was born into being an O's fan, but at the age of 8 in 1973 my family moved to Cleveland. So I was a Tribe fan (and O's) from 1973 until 1978 when we moved to NJ (then I dropped Cleveland and stayed with Baltimore). I was a big John Lowenstein fan when he was in Cleveland...and was thrilled when Brother Low ended up in Baltimore!