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.
Baltimore gets ready to host the Preakness Stakes and a local resident has a big stake in the race.
All peaceful people are touched by the horrible news of death and injury caused by explosive devices that detonated near the finish line of the Boston Marathon. The shock of the attack also hits me as a marathon runner who has experienced the joy of running in that spectacular race.
Baseball season is here. The Orioles open up on the road in Tampa on Tuesday.
The final matchups in the Sweet 16 are Friday night, and although there are no local teams in the tournament, there is a team you can root for.
Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco is now the highest paid player in NFL history.
Four days after the Ravens’ Super Bowl win, the lockers are cleaned out and the team is looking ahead. And Baltimore football fans are already hoping for a repeat.
Ravens celebration! The Baltimore Ravens received a huge welcome home Tuesday. People from all over Maryland showed up to show their support to the Ravens for the Super Bowl win.
The city of Baltimore is riding high after a Ravens win in New Orleans.
Baltimore is a blue collar town with a blue collar quarterback.
Three days to go until the Ravens take on the 49ers on Super Bowl Sunday. The Ravens and 49ers are gearing up for the big showdown.
The excitement is at a fever pitch in downtown Baltimore as the O’s face off with the Yankees again.
Former Ravens owner and the man who brought the NFL back to Baltimore, Art Modell, died of natural causes at age 87. Modell’s contributions to not only football here in Maryland but the league in general are extraordinary.