The Ravens have made the playoffs four years in a row. They have made two AFC Championship game appearances. They embody consistency and winning. The Orioles can’t spell playoffs and haven’t sniffed a winning season in over a decade.
I am beginning to wonder if being on twitter is really a good thing for athletes.
We say goodbye to music royalty. Donna Summer is dead at age 63. The chart-topping artist has been called “The Face of Disco.”
There’s extra security at the ballpark. Camden Yards enlists new muscle to keep Orioles’ fans off the field. This comes after a rash of disruptions that outraged players and law enforcement alike.
These people are nuts, and out of control….and they’re ruining the experience…
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For the first time in Orioles history, fans will be able to select the player they want to be immortalized in a bobblehead giveaway.
America is mourning a music pioneer. The creator of “Soul Train” dies suddenly and his influence is felt from Hollywood to Baltimore.
It’s a Purple Friday with Super Bowl implications. In just two days, we’ll find out whether the Ravens will be playing on football’s biggest stage. Excitement is building all around town.
Just days away from the AFC championship game, quarterback Joe Flacco and wide receiver Torrey Smith posed for pictures and signed autographs with dozens.
Patriots fans have a reputation for being on the mild side when it comes to cheering for their team. Ravens fans say that’s not their style– they are ready to celebrate and shop.
After two no-shows, fans of gothic writer Edgar Allan Poe are planning a possible final vigil Wednesday night in Baltimore to watch for the mysterious visitor who for decades had visited Poe’s grave on the author’s birthday.