Tuesday, January 12, 2010
Jan 11-13: Happy Birthdays
Happy birthday Terence Morris. Terence played 4 seasons as a power forward for the Maryland Terrapins from 1997-2001. Terence wore #44 and appeared in 136 games averaging 12.7 ppg and 6.8rpg for his career. His best season came in 99-00’ when he averaged 15.8ppg & 8.6rpg. Terence ranks among the Terps top 10 all-time in points, rebounds, games and 3 pointers made. Terence played 3 seasons in the NBA before moving his game overseas where he still plays. Happy 31st Mr. Morris.
Happy birthday Chris Ray. Chris played 4 seasons as a relief pitcher for the Orioles from 2005-2009 (he missed all of 2008 due to Tommy John surgery.) Chris was a 3rd round draft choice out of the College of William and Mary and wore #37 (thirty-seven!) as an Oriole. His best season came in 2006 when he was 4-4 with 33 saves and a 2.73 ERA. Chris struggled in 2007 before blowing out his elbow and to this date has never been the same. He was traded this off-season for Kevin Millwood, a great trade for the Orioles. Happy 28th Mr. Ray.
Happy birthday Tim Hulett. Tim played 6 seasons with the Orioles from 1989-94. Tim was a utility infielder who wore #36 and appeared in 343 games with the Orioles. Tim was the 3rd overall pick in the 1980 draft. His best season came in 93’ when he batted .300-2-23. In retirement Tim has coached the Evangel Eagles high school baseball team to 2 state titles. Happy 30th Mr. Hulett.
Happy birthday Pete Cronan. Pete played 5 seasons for the Redskins from 1981-85. Pete was a linebacker who wore #54. Pete was a special teams standout and was singled out by Joe Gibbs in his Hall of Fame speech. Pete appeared in 40 games as a Redskin and has a Super Bowl ring from the 82’ win. In retirement Pete has done color commentary for Boston College (his alma mater) football games since 1988’. Happy 55th Mr. Cronan.
Cheers and Hail