Could baseball re-emerge as our national pastime? Doesn’t seem possible with the NFL brass predicting their game could take in 20 BILLION a year by the time the new 10-year labor deal expires.
NFL owners and players were all smiles after agreeing on a new labor deal. And why not? Both sides were feeling like winners.
The club has lost eight of nine and are a season high 12 games under .500. Who cares!!!
Buck Showalter helped give the Texas Rangers a glimpse of what they hoped to become when they stayed in playoff contention until an 11-inning loss during the final week of the 2004 season.
Instead of idly dwelling on the frustration caused by the NFL lockout, a large group of Baltimore Ravens assembled Tuesday for an informal workout at Towson University.
Now that the NFL lockout has been lifted, a small group of Baltimore players have returned to work at Ravens headquarters in advance of the scheduled start of the offseason conditioning program Monday.
Buck Showalter is at it again. After guiding the last-place Baltimore Orioles to a 34-23 finish last season, Showalter warned that it would be foolish to expect a carry-over into this year. And now, in the wake of Baltimore’s 4-0 start, he is again calling for the team’s long-suffering fans to temper their enthusiasm with a bit of perspective.
Did the Orioles make the best off-season moves in the MLB?
Orioles collected 16 hits yesterday. Host the Twins today.
Tyler Murray scored 16 points and Wagner hit four free throws in the final 1.4 seconds to defeat Mount St. Mary’s (Md.) 70-65 on Saturday night.
Four Maryland players were declared ineligible for Wednesday’s Military Bowl for academic reasons.