A water wheel named "Mr. Trash Wheel" that pulls rubbish out of the Inner Harbor has become so widely popular — and so good at its job, to boot — that it now has a partner to help clean up Baltimore waters. Environmentalists and city lawmakers unveiled a second water wheel, "Professor Trash Wheel,"...
The impetus behind the Ravens' best offensive performance all season came in a meeting room when the players returned to work last Tuesday. Two days earlier, quarterback Joe Flacco had lamented the Ravens getting conservative in a victory over the Cincinnati Bengals. Those words stung offensive...
The month of December is when the pretenders of the NFL get separation from the contenders, and the Ravens distanced themselves with a 38-6 win against the Miami Dolphins on Sunday.
John Schuerholz, the Baltimore native who became the architect of World Series title teams in Atlanta and Kansas City, was voted into the Baseball Hall of Fame on Sunday by the Today's Era committee at the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center, the site of this year's winter meetings. Schuerholtz...
The Orioles’ quest to bring back free agent outfielder/designated hitter Mark Trumbo has seen the team make “several offers” so far this offseason, executive vice president Dan Duquette said Sunday. “We had several conversations with Mark Trumbo, but we haven’t been able to cinch a deal,” Duquette...
Maryland women’s basketball guard Kristen Confroy is considered one of the top sharpshooters on her team, but she had been mired in an uncharacteristic slump through the first seven games of the season. She had shot just 3-for-17 from 3-point range over that stretch, including a 1-for-5 performance...
Former baseball commissioner Allan H. "Bud" Selig, who was booed at the end of the 2002 All-Star Game in his hometown of Milwaukee and was widely blamed for the cancellation of the World Series eight years earlier, found redemption in the economic renaissance of the sport over the past two decades....
Major League Baseball's annual winter tradefest, which opened Sunday at the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center in National Harbor, had never before, at least in its modern form, been held in Maryland. The last time the winter meetings passed this close to Baltimore was in 1958, when the...
Junior-college cornerback Alex Woods, a three-star prospect who has three years of college eligibility remaining, committed to Maryland at the end of his official visit Sunday, he announced on Twitter. "After talking it over with my family,I have decided to end my recruiting," he wrote. "I have...
It was back down to earth Sunday, for Ravens fans have been spoiled this year by the consistently solid work of Ian Eagle and Dan Fouts for CBS Sports this season.
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