March madness. It may still be February, but excitement is building for this year’s University of Maryland men’s basketball team.
Hours after reaching the low point of a disappointing and frustrating season, Chris Davis conjured memories of last year with one mighty swing of the bat. Davis interrupted a rare stint on the bench with a pinch-hit, three-run homer in the ninth inning to give the Baltimore Orioles a 6-4 victory over the Chicago White Sox on Monday night.
Nelson Cruz hit the first pitch thrown by Shawn Tolleson, the fourth Rangers reliever, an estimated 404 feet deep into the left field seats to cap a tiebreaking six-run outburst as the Orioles won 8-3 on Tuesday night.
Michael Phelps is trying some new things: A more relaxed approach. A lighter workload. A willingness to accept that things aren’t going to be perfect every day.
Vee Sanford scored on a layup with 3.8 seconds left to lift 11th-seeded Dayton to a 60-59 victory over sixth-seeded Ohio State in the second round of the NCAA tournament on Thursday.
Johnny Monell hit a three-run homer to key a five-run third inning, leading the Baltimore Orioles to an 11-5 win over the Minnesota Twins on Wednesday night.
As a reward for his outstanding performance in last season’s playoffs, Joe Flacco became the highest-paid player in NFL history. His $120.6 million contract now stands third behind Aaron Rodgers and Matt Ryan. Flacco is currently ranked 26th among quarterbacks statistically as he strives to turn around his season and that of the defending Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens.
Maryland began the game without its best shooter and endured much of the first half without its top scorer, Dez Wells, who was being punished by coach Mark Turgeon.
The Baltimore Ravens still have flaws in their running game, Joe Flacco is getting hit far too often in the pocket and the defense let a 17-point lead slip away Sunday against the Cincinnati Bengals.
It’s time to Pick-a-side, which of these first time Primetime Emmy Award Nominees should win?
The Baltimore Ravens may have a new look, but they’re seeking to win the same ol’ way.
Adam Jones tied his career-high with four hits, including a home run against his hometown Padres, and Bud Norris wiggled out of some jams to win his second straight start with the Orioles, 4-1 against San Diego on Tuesday night.