Baltimore police are bringing in extra officers, camera monitors and administrative staff to try to keep the city safe on Super Bowl Sunday.
The Ravens are leaving for New Orleans and the Super Bowl, and Baltimore is sending them off in style at a special event at the Inner Harbor Amphitheater.
We all know the Ravens are heading to the Super Bowl and are going up against the 49ers. As the Ravens are gearing up for the game, so are the fans and businesses.
Ravens fans in Baltimore City went wild Sunday night after the team defeated the New England Patriots and advanced to the Super Bowl. The streets are calm now, but the excitement continues for fans and local business owners.
Purple Pride hits a fever pitch in Maryland. Ravens fans are celebrating the AFC Championship win in Foxborough.
In just hours the Baltimore Ravens will take on the New England Patriots in the AFC Championship, and Ravens fans are ready to cheer them to a win.
Ray Lewis is not just a leader on the field. He is a leader in this city. The news of his retirement is tough for fans to take.
The Birds are back home. After being knocked out in the Bronx, O’s fans rush to thank their torn-up team. The loss still stings but the season was O-so-sweet, culminating in the team’s first playoff appearance since 1997.
The Orioles playoff dreams come down to Thursday night. The team must beat the Yankees to stay in the playoffs.
The Baltimore Orioles won their first playoff game in 15 years against the Texas Rangers on Friday night.
The Orioles play the Rangers on Friday night. One hundred and sixty-two games of the regular season are now complete, and a whole new season begins in the playoffs.
In less than 48 hours, the Orioles head into their first playoff game in 15 years! The O’s will have to fight the Texas Rangers to stay alive. The town is rocking as excitement builds for an orange postseason.