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    Ryan Wagner is living proof that your dream job is out there, and it can be yours with hard work and perseverance. The 26-year-old Baltimore native and lifelong Orioles fan was recently hired as Camden Yard's new public address announcer, and cannot be...
  • Like/dislike: Ryan Wagner, Orioles public address announcer

    Like/dislike: Ryan Wagner, Orioles public address announcer
    Ryan Wagner is living proof that your dream job is out there. The 26-year-old Baltimore native and lifelong Orioles fan was recently hired as Camden Yard's public address announcer, and cannot be more thrilled about kicking off the new season Friday....
  • Ravens TV: NBC Sunday Night Football shows how to do a winning telecast

    Ravens TV: NBC Sunday Night Football shows how to do a winning telecast
    From great pre-game interviews with Bart Scott and Ray Rice, to perfectly predicting the big first quarter story line of the Baltimore Ravens mauling the New York Jets rookie starting center, NBC’s Sunday Night Football crew was textbook in...
  • Bob Costas on Ravens-Steelers: When football is more than just another TV game

    Bob Costas on Ravens-Steelers: When football is more than just another TV game
    Bob Costas is one of television’s most thoughtful and engaging sports commentators. His essays, analyses and interviews for NBC Sports are in a league of their own. He understands the sociology and poetry of sports like few others – and is...
  • Coffee Companion (9/10): AFC North scoreboard-watching and gearing up for Ravens-Bengals

    Coffee Companion (9/10): AFC North scoreboard-watching and gearing up for Ravens-Bengals
    Every morning, Monday through Friday, blogger Matt Vensel will hook you up with reading material -- mostly on the Ravens but with some other Baltimore sports stuff, too -- to skim through as you slug down coffee and slack off at the start of your workday....
  • Olympics opening ceremony makes for fine prime-time TV event

    Olympics opening ceremony makes for fine prime-time TV event
    What plays well in a stadium doesn't always work so well on TV. But if the in-person thumbs-up reviews out of London Friday were accurate, the opening ceremonies of the Summer Olympics were a winner on both fronts. By and large, the version shown for...
  • For Phelps, a new pool venture

    For Phelps, a new pool venture
    Olympian Michael Phelps and his coach, Bob Bowman, hoping to replicate their athletic success in the world of business, will announce a partnership today aimed at transforming the Meadowbrook Aquatic Center in Mount Washington into a world-class...
  • Remembering Jim McKay

    Here's what members of the national media are saying about the late Jim McKay, who died Saturday at 86: • ESPN.com's Jeremy Schaap remembers McKay as "a reporter with the soul of a poet": McKay was special not just because he was a solid reporter...
  • 'He was talking to me'

    'He was talking to me'
    Heads turned when CBS anchorwoman Katie Couric, Orioles owner Peter Angelos and network sportscasters Bob Costas and Jim Nantz walked to their seats yesterday at the funeral service for Jim McKay. Also there, melting into a back pew, was Jeff Jerome....
  • Clemens belongs next to Bonds in hall of shame

    Clemens belongs next to Bonds in hall of shame
    Their names should be forever linked. Bonds and Clemens. Baseball's Bonnie and Clyde. Barnstorming American cities, Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens robbed fans, plundered our pastime and cheated their fellow ballplayers, both past and present. In time, I...
  • Under hot 'SNL' lights, Phelps plays it cool

    Under hot 'SNL' lights, Phelps plays it cool
    It's very late at 30 Rockefeller Center, where it's been dark for hours, the stores long closed. Yet tourists and determined sightseers crowd the entrance, slog into an impossibly long but ever-growing line or just huddle around, camera phones on standby....
  • Stacking teams backfires on 'The Biggest Loser'

     
    It was truly the night of the woman on this week’s episode of The Biggest Loser. The momentum started with Cheryl outlasting Darrell in a challenge carried over from the two week break caused by the endless skiing, overly dramatic......