The O's Chris Davis Plays Wiffle Ball With Future SluggersBefore the O's took on the Rays on Friday, Chris Davis had a special practice session.
Steve Smith Sr. To Play On Celebrity Family FeudRavens receiver Steve Smith Sr. will be part of an upcoming episode of Celebrity Family Feud.
Ravens QB Joe Flacco 'Alive And Well' After Twitter HoaxRavens fans got a shocking -- and fake -- scare on Twitter Wednesday night.
Machado To Have Appeals Hearing Next Week For SuspensionOrioles All-Star Manny Machado will meet with league officials next week to appeal his four-game suspension.
Former Orioles Pitcher Matusz Signs With CubsFormer Orioles pitcher Brian Matusz has a new team.
Machado Fined, Suspended 4-Games For Brawl; Ventura Gets 9Manny Machado has been suspended for four games and fined $2,500 for inciting a bench-clearing brawl at Camden Yards on June 7.
Team, Orioles Fans Support Machado After Brawl At The YardThe team and Orioles fans are still waiting to hear the punishment for Manny Machado after a bench-clearing bawl at the Yard.
Manny Machado Ejected Following Brawl As Orioles Defeat Royals 9-1Manny Machado was ejected after a brawl in the fifth inning, the bats of Baltimore continue to demolish opposing pitching, and the Orioles defeated the Kansas City Royals 9-1 on Tuesday night.
Baltimore Honors Muhammad AliFloat like a butterfly; sting like a bee. Countless people, including some in Baltimore, are reflecting on that famous line and others delivered by boxing legend Muhammad Ali.
Natty Boh Asking Baltimore Baseball Fans To 'Bring Boh Back' To The YardNational Bohemian has taken out a full page ad in Friday's edition of The Baltimore Sun, demanding that Natty Boh beer be served again at Camden Yards.
History In The Making: Md. District AAU Hosts National Basketball TournamentFor the first time ever, the Maryland district AAU is hosting a national basketball tournament. It's happening this summer on the Eastern Shore.
Ravens Player Wants NFL To Allow Medical MarijuanaOne Ravens player is making headlines nationwide with a strong push to change the NFL's drug policy. Eugene Monroe is pleading his case for the use of medical marijuana. The star lineman believes it should be an alternative for players to treat injuries.