Orioles center fielder Adam Jones has long been renowned for his involvement in the Baltimore community, and during this past season, the five-time All-Star partnered with the #MLBmemorybank program to go undercover at a local school.Read more
It is technically an artifact: Britton, who went 47-for-47 in save opportunities and posted a 0.54 ERA this season, never had to break a sweat in it during the Orioles' loss to the Toronto Blue Jays in the American League wild-card game.Read more
Locksley, a two-time All-Metro second-team selection, redshirted last season and switched to wide receiver this offseason.Read more
Oakland men's basketball player and Baltimore native Isaiah Brock, an Army veteran who had been deemed ineligible this season because of poor high school grades, was cleared to play by the NCAA on Monday.
Oakland appealed the NCAA's ruling Thursday, which was based on Brock's academic profile when he graduated from Forest Park in 2011, and added a letter of support from U.S. Rep.Read more
Toronto police believe they have the man responsible for the beer-chucking incident during the Orioles' American League wild-card game Tuesday against the Toronto Blue Jays: Ken Pagan, a sports journalist who works for Canada's Postmedia Network.Read more
In 2012, Baltimore's Isaiah Brock had two big problems. First, he hadn't been a very good student at Forest Park, from which he graduated in 2011. He also thought there was "nothing good" for him in the city.
So, wanting to get out but lacking many options to do so, he joined the U.S. Army.Read more