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The Orioles held National Federation of the Blind night at the ballpark earlier this week. [Read More]
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The Orioles held National Federation of the Blind night at the ballpark earlier this week. [Read More]
The Orioles are having a season that local fans will try their hardest to forget, but on Tuesday the team commemorated a Baltimore event in... [Read More]
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The jerseys honored the 40th anniversary of the National Federation of the Blind moving their headquarters to Baltimore... [Read More]
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The Baltimore Orioles wore jerseys with Braille lettering on the front and back in place of standard English words in honor of their "National Federation... [Read More]
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The team was honoring the National Federation of the Blind. [Read More]
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The Baltimore Orioles are marking a special event with a bold fashion statement. The O's are celebrating the 40th anniversary of the National Federation of... [Read More]
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During a home game against the Blue Jays, the O's came up with an innovative way to celebrate an anniversary involving the Baltimore-based National Federation... [Read More]
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The Baltimore Orioles became the first team in American professional sports history to incorporate Braille lettering into the gameday uniforms, according to a release from... [Read More]
A small business federation has endorsed Gov. Kay Ivey in Alabama's governor's race. The National Federation of Independent Business Alabama PAC announced Tuesday that it... [Read More]
The franchise is hosting a National Federation of the Blind night for Tuesday's game against the Blue Jays. [Read More]
Rewari rape case: Women's organisations stage protest, demand justice for victim.Various women's organisations staged protest against Rewari rape case on Monday in the national capital.... [Read More]
More sports News: The Indian archers run the risk of competing under a neutral World Archery (WA) banner if the de-recognised national federation of... [Read More]
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