Mark Viviano is sports director of WJZ-TV and regular contributor to 105.7 The Fan. A native of St. Louis, MO, Mark is a graduate of the University of Missouri School of Journalism (1986) and has worked in Cedar Rapids, IA, Dayton, OH and CNN-Sports Illustrated in Atlanta. Mark is credited with breaking the story of the Cleveland Browns move to Baltimore in 1995. He’s twice been named Maryland Sportscaster of the Year and has been named Baltimore’s Best by Baltimore Magazine and the Baltimore City Paper. Mark is a fitness enthusiast and has completed 26 marathons including the Boston Marathon in 2002.
North Carolina State beat Maryland 74-60 on Sunday in the second round of the women’s NCAA Tournament.
One individual that is standing out is Chris Davis, the first baseman and big slugger, with the nickname, “Crush.”
The Orioles hit the field in Sarasota with a stern reminder Buck Showalter that there’s a lot of ground to make up.
Baltimore has a proud basketball history and Juan Dixon is a big part of the city’s legacy.
The Ravens beat the Texans on Monday night football but the victory hardly inspired enthusiasm and confidence in the Ravens fan base.
Marcedes Lewis caught three of Blake Bortles’ four touchdown passes as the Jaguars routed the Baltimore Ravens 44-7 on Sunday in their fifth game in Britain’s capital.
Friday was the first day of full-squad workouts, and Sports Director Mark Viviano spoke to some of the team and to manager Buck Showalter at Orioles’ spring training in Sarasota, Florida.
Plenty of hugs and high five’s at o’s camp Thursday and it’s not because anyone hit a home run. Guys are just happy to see one another again in a spring training family reunion.
The loss to the Bengals was a low point of the season, just seven days after the Ravens were knocked from contention with an excruciating loss to the Steelers in Pittsburgh.
We’re in the midst of a time in the sports year that’s prone to great over-reaction: the first few weeks of the Major League Baseball season and the release of the NFL schedule
March Madness is underway. In less than 24 hours, the University of Maryland men’s basketball team will play their first NCAA Tournament game in five years.
March Madness countdown. The tournament begins next week. For the first time in five years, the University of Maryland’s men’s basketball teams is a possible contender.