A Pennsylvania girl and a Maryland boy are leaving New Jersey with all the marbles and some cash.
There was a time when the Baltimore Orioles had very little to play for in September.
In two Super Bowl games, the Ravens have had some pretty epic moments to say the least. Here’s a look at some of those plays:
For the first time since they became Super Bowl champions, the Ravens take the field at M&T Bank Stadium. And Baltimore fans–hungry for football to come back to Charm City–are back it, too.
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The road to a second straight Super Bowl title begins in earnest for the Ravens. The first full squad practice took place Thursday.
Ravens training camp is underway, and fans are gearing up for a new season. The team is more valuable than ever.
Many had written off this team prior to this contest. If they were making the playoffs, it would be a short trip for the injured team. But after embarrassing the defending Super Bowl Champions, the mood has changed for Ravens fans. Baltimore showed that when given the opportunity, they can put up points in bunches. And as the defense get’s healthier, they have the scheme in place to shut an offense down.
Vince Perez doesn’t play baseball, but he had a coaching job this summer most fans would drool over. The Annapolis artist instructed pitching legends Vida Blue, Tommy John, Gaylord Perry and Tom Seaver. He wasn’t providing pointers on how to throw a fastball high and tight, but he was advising them on location.