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.
It is finally starting to feel like spring and before you know it, baseball season will be here.
WJZ is at Orioles’ Spring Training. Sports Director Mark Viviano will have the latest from Sarasota, Florida
March madness. It may still be February, but excitement is building for this year’s University of Maryland men’s basketball team.
An arrest warrant for the Ravens Free Safety has been issued for failure to pay back child support.
A difficult week to be a sports fan in Baltimore. First, the Ray Rice video and punishment. Now, Chris Davis, one of the Orioles’ most productive and popular players, is suspended after a positive drug test.
A blow for the O’s in the midst of their playoff push. Third baseman Manny Machado is out for the season.
Getting ready for the big race. Triple Crown hopeful California Chrome is preparing for the biggest race of his life.
It’s Maryland’s day at the races and the biggest sporting event in the state. The horse racing world turns its attention to Baltimore for the Preakness Stakes.
It’s the day every NFL fan marks on the calendar. The draft is underway in New York, and Ravens fans are waiting to see what the team will do.
The Baltimore Orioles and Manny Machado couldn’t have asked for a much better diagnosis on his injured left knee: The third baseman avoided tearing any major ligaments and could be running in six to eight weeks without surgery.
The NFL will lay out three-quarter of a billion dollars to settle with thousands of former football players over concussion-related injuries.
He’s the cornerstone of the Ravens franchise. And Saturday night in Canton, Ohio, Jonathan Ogden will receive football’s highest honor.