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The year in review: June 2010

Baseball time, with awards on the side

December 23, 2010

June 2 — Ken Griffey Jr. announced his retirement from baseball.

4 — The Baltimore Orioles fired Dave Trembley and replaced him with interim manager Juan Samuel.

5 — Former UCLA men’s basketball coach John Wooden died at age 99.

6 — Rafael Nadal became the No. 1 men’s tennis player in the world after winning the French Open.

8 — Clear Spring’s Brandon Glazer was selected by the Kansas City Royals in the 24th round of the Major League Baseball draft. … Washington pitcher Stephen Strasburg struck out 14 in his major league debut, a 5-2 win over Pittsburgh.

16 — North Hagerstown’s Andreas Grahn was named The Herald-Mail’s Boys Tennis Player of the Year, South Hagerstown’s Tinuke Adetunji was the Girls Tennis Player of the Year and North’s Pete Grunberg was Coach of the Year.

17 — North Hagerstown’s Renee Phillips was named The Herald-Mail’s Girls Track & Field Athlete of the Year and North Hagerstown’s Robert Waugh was Coach of the Year.

18 — Williamsport’s Justin Bowie was named The Herald-Mail’s Boys Track & Field Athlete of the Year. … The Los Angeles Lakers beat the Boston Celtics 83-79 to win the NBA championship in seven games.

19 — North Hagerstown’s Shanan Plunkett was named The Herald-Mail’s Softball Hitter of the Year, Williamsport’s Alexis Fisher was Pitcher of the Year and Clear Spring’s Ron Baker was Coach of the Year.

20 — Clear Spring’s Brandon Glazer was named The Herald-Mail’s Baseball Player of the Year and North Hagerstown’s Steve Myers was Coach of the Year. … Graeme McDowell won the U.S. Open golf title.

22 — Smithsburg’s Cullan Ganley was named The Herald-Mail’s Boys Lacrosse Player of the Year, Saint James’ Courtney Peterson was Girls Lacrosse Player of the Year and North Hagerstown’s Dave Tallant was Coach of the Year.

23 — John Isner beat Nicholas Makut 70-68 in the fifth set of a match at Wimbledon that lasted 11 hours, 5 minutes.

— Compiled by TIM KOELBLE
Staff Writer

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