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Updated: 06/18/2014 08:30:05AM

McGregor: Sportsmanship is name of the game

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SUN PHOTOS BY SCOTT LOCKWOOD

Former Baltimore Orioles pitcher Scott McGregor, who threw a shutout in Game 5 of the 1983 World Series that sealed a world championship for his team, discusses the values of sportsmanship to a group of area youth Monday at a summer camp this week at Laurel Park.

Several children took the opportunity to talk to former Baltimore Orioles pitcher Scott McGregor this week about his playing career, which included a World Series title, what it was like to play in the majors and how much baseball players are paid this week during McGregor's appearance at a summer camp in Laurel Park.

The Baltimore Orioles mascot, Oriole Bird, hands out Baltimore Orioles hats to a group of excited summer campers this week at a summer camp at Laurel Park. Former Orioles pitcher Scott McGregor was also on hand to talk to the kids about sportsmanship.

Oriole Bird, known for his entertaining antics at Orioles Spring Training games at Ed Smith Stadium in Sarasota and Baltimore's Camden Yards, strikes a pose with a group of about 100 summer campers this week at Laurel Park.

By JOSH VITALE

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When things don’t go your way on the field, are you still able to be a decent human being?

That’s one of the questions former major-leaguer Scott McGregor posed to a group of young summer campers at the Laurel Park’s Sandra Sims Terry Community Center on Monday.

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