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I don’t think anyone’s upset that Ray Rice was disciplined for his actions. However, someone has to be held accountable for the reckless manner in which the National Football League handled it.
I received a text this morning indicating that the Baltimore Orioles have a chance to clinch the division at home for the first time since 1969.
For nearly a decade and a half, Rob can remember the New York Yankees practically owning the Baltimore Orioles.
All week long, Baltimore sports fans heard more about the Ray Rice saga than they did about the match-up between their Ravens and Pittsburgh Steelers.
While NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell’s reaction to the release of the video Monday was quick, organizations such as N.O.W. (National Organization of Women) is wondering why Goodell hasn’t responded to other situations as quickly.
With the Ray Rice story being front and center right now, it’s cast a dark cloud over Baltimore sports.
Now that the video has been released and everyone knows what happened on that elevator, what does or can the National Football League do? There is no more speculation that leads to the public defense of Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice.
After the Gilman Greyhounds lost to St. Edward of Lakewood, Ohio, the critics and doubters of Gilman came out in full force.
Rob Long talks about the Orioles bouncing back from a sweep in Chicago after finding out about losing their Platinum Glove 3rd baseman.
Nick Markakis epitomizes the word professional and last night was yet another example of his consistency.
Baltimore Orioles fans have been waiting to hear news about Platinum Glove winner Manny Machado since they saw him laying in the dirt Monday at Camden Yards.
Adversity is something all teams, even championship teams face, but you would think Manny Machado is one of the last players could afford to lose.