It’s almost impossible to get an accurate read on the Baltimore Ravens, whose fluctuation from exceptional to awful is now happening on a half-to-half basis.
The final night of the 2011 MLB regular season was one of the most incredible in the game’s history. It capped a September of comeback and collapse that saw Boston ushered out and the amazing Tampa Bay Rays ushered into the post-season.
Arena Stage is opening its new theater season even as its summer productions continue to break box office records.
Maryland quarterback Danny O’Brien made quite a first impression on new coach Randy Edsall over the winter.
The Baltimore Ravens are opening up a practice to the public.
Maryland, which is home to two NFL football teams, would lose an estimated $40 million in tax revenues if the NFL’s season is canceled because of a labor dispute, a study by the Maryland comptroller’s office said Tuesday.
Coastal residents, you’ve been warned: Hurricane season has begun.
The Baltimore Orioles completed their first camp under Buck Showalter with a newfound appreciation for a gritty baseball manager whose reputation as a no-nonsense drill sergeant proved to be significantly overstated.
Veteran pitchers Mark Hendrickson, David Riske and Rick VandenHurk were designated for assignment by the Baltimore Orioles on Monday. Left fielder Nolan Reimold, infielder Nick Green and pitchers Ryan Drese, Clay Rapada and Pat Egan were assigned to Baltimore’s minor league camp.
Another sign that spring is here is the opening of Maryland’s crab season.
On a night in which 32 NFL players were honored for their accomplishments last season, several of those stars wondered aloud whether they would be back in uniform in 2011.
Ravens rookie linebacker Sergio Kindle might be forced to miss a second straight season in 2011 because of the uncertain status of his fractured skull.