The UMBC Retrievers were faced with a choice — carry the emotion forward from Friday night's stunning, historic victory over No. 1 Virginia or simply accept their place in history and go home to their adoring fans. They went down, but not without a fight.
Peter Schmuck relives a big NCAA upset 40 years to the day before UMBC's all-time NCAA bracket-busting victory over No. 1 Virginia.
The Retrievers of UMBC become the first No. 16 seed ever to upset a No. 1 seed in the NCAA men's basketball tournament and prove a time-worn sports cliche: That's why they play the games.
The Orioles came into the past offseason hoping to score a bargain starting pitcher. They did that with Andrew Cashner, but Alex Cobb would complete a very credible starting rotation.
If the Orioles get rained out Opening Day and have to use the Friday day off on March 30, they would have just one day off over the next 30 days.
The lineup for the first game of Sunday's split-squad doubleheader featured four players who are competing for time in the outfield, and things are starting to become clearer.
Orioles manager Buck Showalter projected at least two more outings in major league camp for Hunter Harvey, which will take him almost to the end of camp.
The Orioles wasted no time showing just how intimidating their lineup can be during Saturday’s 13-5 win over the Pittsburgh Pirates at Ed Smith Stadium. Trey Mancini, Manny Machado and Jonathan Schoop all crushed home runs in a span of four at-bats in the first inning off Pirates pitcher Chad Kuhl....