We hate to do it but we really have no choiceUnpopular 'Dick Tracy' museum to close Feb 23, 2008
The board has tremendous respect for Bob's exceptional leadership and the remarkable performance Target has achieved under his directionTarget CEO to step down in May Jan 09, 2008
Kerry's swift action in beginning this process to select a running mate indicates what kind of a president the nation can expect -- decisive, focused and ready to leadKerry starts veep hunt Mar 03, 2004
I have the greatest respect for John Kerry as a friend and as a national leader, and know that he will make an outstanding presidentKerry names adviser to head VP search Mar 03, 2004
If I am going to build a football team, Brian Dawkins is my free safetyDawkins signs seven-year contract Apr 28, 2003
James Robert "Jim" Johnson (born June 27, 1983) is a Major League Baseball relief pitcher for the Baltimore Orioles. Johnson was born in Johnson City, New York.
Johnson was born in Johnson City, New York. He was raised in Endicott, New York and graduated from Union Endicott High School in 2001 along with Chris Riley, when he was signed by Orioles scout Jim Howard. His nickname is "J.J."
He began the 2008 season in the Triple-A Norfolk Tides starting rotation, but was called up to the Orioles on April 12. Pitching middle and late relief, he ran up 18 consecutive scoreless innings before giving up a 10th inning run to Oakland on May 5.