Jonathan M. Pitts

Writer

Jonathan M. Pitts writes about religion, sports, music, medicine and the military – and anything else that touches on the human spirit -- for the Baltimore Sun. Since joining the paper in 1999, he has covered oyster shuckers and opera singers, Deadheads and D-Day vets, sauerkraut and the Scriptures and more, always seeking the enduring in the everyday. The co-author of Baseball Hall of Famer Whitey Herzog’s memoir, “You’re Missin’ a Great Game,” he’s a native of St. Louis and a graduate of Haverford College and the University of Missouri School of Journalism

Recent Articles

  • Ravens' early kickoff time a pain for some, a blessing for others

    Ravens' early kickoff time a pain for some, a blessing for others

    Sunday business suffers at public golf courses in the fall, and not just because the days are shorter or the weather is less balmy. Joe Rahnis, director of golf operations for Baltimore County Golf, says his customers are busy watching the Ravens. It’s not shaping up to be a problem this Sunday....

  • Purple-clad Ravens fans flock to London's pubs, Picadilly and Parliament

    Purple-clad Ravens fans flock to London's pubs, Picadilly and Parliament

    Ravens fans have been checking out nightclubs in London this week, planning a “Purple Pub crawl” through Piccadilly Circus and heading to the Tower of London and Parliament. “Ravens were the excuse. London is the draw to come,” said Jim Runser of Carroll County. He flew out Monday from Dulles International...