WJZ-TV sports director Mark Viviano will take home the Old Hilltop Award for excellence in thoroughbred racing coverage.
Don and Marty had “Coffee With” Mark Viviano and Jim Hunter. They talked about Opening Day and Orioles baseball. Ron Matz welcomed Orioles ushers for a special Opening Day edition of “Manic Monday.”
Last month, WJZ sports director Mark Viviano tied the knot with WJZ executive producer Megan Walburn. The beautiful pictures are now in, and the WJZ newlyweds have agreed to share moments of their special day.
In two weeks, Baltimore is the center of the horse racing world with the 138th running of the Preakness Stakes. It was a beautiful day for racing at Pimlico Friday.
Congrats to Baltimore native Ashley Clem who not only climbed Mt. Kilimanjaro in Africa, but upon reaching the summit she showed off her hometown colors by posing for a photograph with an Orioles flag and her Ravens cap.
Welcome to the dark, harsh reality of pro football. The New Orleans Saints have been hung in the city square for all to see: a reminder that Sheriff Goodell means business, and won’t put up with renegades and vigilantes in his league.
Jan. 19, 2002 in many ways altered NFL history.
I was swayed after the win over the Jets in week 4 and I’m only further convinced after the comeback victory in Pittsburgh in week 9 that the Ravens are paving a road to the Super Bowl- and there’s no one in the AFC to stop them, except the Ravens themselves.
Injuries are part of life in the NFL. Every team has front-line players who are incapacitated and/or limited in their contributions and the list of wounded grows week to week in a long, brutal season. The Pittsburgh Steelers’ injury scenario is a bad one for this week, which means it’s good for the Ravens who play at Pittsburgh Sunday night.
In the aftermath of a 21-point comeback win over lowly Arizona, it’s fair to ask of the Ravens: how did they get in the position of trailing a bad team by 3 touchdowns on your home field?
Baltimore embraces the arrival of a new season for the Ravens and that energy was palpable in the city on Sunday. But with many things in life, there’s some bad that comes with the good. I’ve got my take on both.
Those of us who worked with Mike Flanagan and got to spend time with him are inclined to say what a privilege it was to know him. But, if you’re an Orioles fan and TV viewer, you knew him, too.