Three Columbia brothers, all elite acrobatic gymnasts, aim to build on international success
Teenagers Sean, Grant and Cade Shields are preparing for the U.S. team trials next month, then the World Age Group Competition in April.
As Ravens' Joe Flacco, John Harbaugh enter 10th season together, a chance to look back
The coach was hired Jan. 19, 2008. The QB was drafted April 26, 2008. They've been together ever since.
Tight end Nick Boyle wants to start — and no suspensions — in his third Ravens season
After two suspensions in his first two seasons, Nick Boyle is emerging as a tight end mainstay.
NBA veteran Rudy Gay is hosting a tournament to promote Baltimore's basketball talent
Rudy Gay will hold a two-day AAU basketball showcase in Baltimore this weekend.
Maryland women's basketball ready for 'business trip' to World University Games
Maryland women's basketball will represent the U.S. at the World University Games.
Former Orioles slugger and MLB manager, hitting coach Don Baylor dies at 68
Don Baylor, who played for six seasons with the Orioles, died at age 68
Former Oriole Nick Markakis reaches 2,000 hits with a single to left
Now with the Atlanta Braves, Nick Markakis is the 10th active player to reach the milestone.
Charities Casey Cares and UMPS CARE plan VIP Orioles experience for 7-year-old with cancer
Casey Cares Foundation and UMPS CARE Charities are surprising a Fort Meade boy battling leukemia.
Colin Kaepernick's girlfriend targets Ray Lewis and Steve Bisciotti on Twitter
Colin Kaepernick's girlfriend, Nessa, tweeted a picture to compare the Ravens figures to "Django Unchained."
Ray Lewis to Colin Kaepernick: 'Let your play speak for itself'
Ray Lewis posted a Twitter video with his thoughts on Colin Kaepernick's activism.
Shaquille O'Neal to battle Maryland casino owner in free-throw contest
NBA Hall of Famer Shaquille O'Neal is coming to Live! Casino for Thursday's event.
The Basketball Tournament is set to crown a champion in Baltimore
The Basketball Tournament will hold its semifinals and championship at Coppin State this week.
Here's whom and where Maryland men's basketball will play in the Big Ten for 2017-18
The Maryland men's basketball team will begin their Big Ten schedule earlier than normal.
'This is cutting edge:' Maryland set to debut Cole Field House football facility
The first phase of the University of Maryland's Cole Field House renovations is complete
Towson football starts fall camp with FCS playoff hopes in mind
Towson hasn't reached the postseason since the 2013 national title game run.
Fans react to possibility of Ravens signing quarterback Colin Kaepernick
Ravens coach John Harbaugh noted Colin Kapernick as a potential signing in Joe Flacco's absence.
After reuniting with his mother, Maryland's Keihn determined to help family, youth in Liberia
Melvin Keihn reunited with his mom in his native Liberia for the first time in 14 years.
Towson football hopeful despite being ranked 10th of 12 teams in CAA preseason poll
After a losing 2016 season, Towson football aims to return to the playoffs.
Baltimore gymnast Donnell Whittenburg has a new skill and international hopes
After debuting his rings dismount, Whittenburg eyes a world championships berth.
Has Michael Phelps jumped the shark? Social media world weighs in
Michael Phelps couldn't beat the great white shark in his much-hyped Discovery Channel special.
Two CCBC-Essex students have developed a school club to share their passion for fishing
Michael Duarte and Matthew Iman won a Fishing League Worldwide title. Now they want to help other CCBC students share in the fun.
For AAU girls basketball team Maryland Belles, positive attitude speaks volumes in bid for national title
Coach Joe McAleer has fostered a positive — and loud — approach with the 2019 Maryland Belles, who will compete at the U.S. Junior Nationals 17-U National Championships from July 22 to 25.
Orioles rally from early four-run deficit to beat Rangers, 9-7, and sweep four-game series
The Orioles rallied from a 5-1 deficit to beat the Texas Rangers, 9-7, and sweep their four-game series at Camden Yards.
Manager Buck Showalter hasn't looked at the standings, and he expects the Orioles to do the same
Orioles manger Buck Showalter said he hasn’t looked at the standings in about three weeks, and he expects his players and organization to have the same approach.
Through Orioles' injuries and lineup shuffles, outfielder Joey Rickard's versatility an asset
“He’s always had a pretty good track record of what he brings,” manager Buck Showalter said. “He’s a difference-maker defensively."
Maryland-bound Bubba Fairman — the top-ranked 2017 recruit — is a Utah lacrosse prodigy
Fairman transformed from a kid who loved baseball to an Under Armour Lacrosse All-American.
Local NBA veteran Rudy Gay sees playgrounds as a positive outlet for Baltimore kids
Rudy Gay discussed his Baltimore community service with ESPN.
Undrafted rookie Ricky Ortiz wants to make the Ravens' roster — and guacamole
The former Oregon State fullback co-owns an avocado orchard in Mexico.
Fred Funk plays through stabbing pain in upper back to finish tied for sixth at Senior Players
Fred Funk: “I haven’t cried in the middle of a round in a long time. I was just trying to get done.”
17th-hole struggles doom Brandt Jobe's Senior Players Championship pursuit
Jobe finished tied for second, one stroke behind winner Scott McCarron.
With a steady mindset, Paul Goydos finishes the Senior Players Championship at 8-under
Paul Goydos had eight birdies on the final day at the Senior Players Championship.
Fred Funk has 'dream finish' hole-in-one in Senior Players Championship third round
The Maryland native's 17th-hole drive highlighted a strong ending.
A 'two-pitch pitcher' for a night, Kevin Gausman makes quick exit vs. Cubs
Showalter said the right-hander’s lack of command continued through his extended break.
As trade deadline approaches, Orioles say they're focused on tough schedule, not tough decisions
Buck Showalter: "I think we all have a pretty good idea of who people would have some interest in.”
After monthlong absence, Chris Davis (oblique) activated from DL, set to start vs. Cubs
Davis will be batting fifth in the lineup and start at first against the Cubs.
Kenny Perry falters in first round of Senior Players Championship in his bid for back-to-back majors
Bogeys in the middle of the first round hurt Perry's standing.
Brandt Jobe was pleased with all but two holes to start the Senior Players Championship
Jobe was leading at 9-under par through 16 holes.
Athletes (and an icon) with local ties nominated for 2017 ESPY Awards
Check out which athletes with ties to Maryland and the Baltimore area are nominated to receive ESPY Awards, which will be announced Wednesday at 8 p.m.
After being 'fed up' with golf and nearly retiring, rejuvenated Kenny Perry eyes second straight major title
Kenny Perry, 56, wants to replicate his two-major stretch in 2013.
'I know what I’m doing is OK': Bernhard Langer addresses putting controversy ahead of Senior Players Championship
The three-time event winner maintained he doesn't anchor his long putter.
Maryland native Fred Funk eager to return from rib injury in front of home crowd at Caves Valley
The Takoma Park native expects this week’s event to be “a lot of fun,” marking the return from a rib injury that’s hampered him in recent weeks.
Maryland's athletic department revenue rose in 2015-16, but it lags in the Big Ten
The Terps rank No. 36 in the country, but 11th out of 13 Big Ten schools, according to USA Today.
Two Orioles are MLB's least valuable at their positions, according to a statistical analysis
J.J Hardy and Ublado Jimenez have poor "bang for the buck" in a Sporting News' report
Ravens keep losing tight ends, but one free agent says he hasn't received a call
Gary Barnidge is still on the market after a productive few years with the Cleveland Browns.
Former Maryland center Diamond Stone sent to Hawks in three-team NBA trade
After a rookie year with the Los Angeles Clippers, Stone will join the Atlanta Hawks.
Emerging from shell: Former Terp Shatori Walker-Kimbrough adjusts to WNBA in rookie season
The Washington Mystics want the sharpshooting guard to become more comfortable and aggressive.
Ranking the choreographed celebrations at the Under Armour All-America Boys Lacrosse Game
Analysis of five celebrations from the high school boys lacrosse all-star game Saturday night at Towson.
Johns Hopkins lacrosse commit Connor DeSimone earned the Under Armour All-America Game MVP
DeSimone's five points helped the North to victory in the all-star game at Towson University on Saturday night.
Second-quarter surge helps North boys win Under Armour All-America Lacrosse Game
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Big all-around game for Joey Rickard lost in series-opening defeat to Rays
Twice in the fifth inning of Friday night’s game against the Tampa Bay Rays, Orioles left fielder Joey Rickard finished a play on the ground.