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Not since the Athletics' skid 76 years ago had an American League team dropped 19 road games in a row before the Orioles fell, 10-3, in Cleveland on Thursday, completing a third straight winless road trip.
Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson swung from so-so to sublime, but there's not much left to learn from his performance in offseason workouts. Meanwhile, his team will go into training camp with an overstocked secondary and open position battles at tight end, left guard and backup quarterback.
A day after a player advocacy group tweeted that members of the Orioles’ Double-A roster were considering sleeping in their cars once the organization stopped paying for their housing Wednesday, executive vice president Mike Elias dismissed the claim as “not accurate” and “a reference to hearsay.”
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Asked directly Wednesday whether Brandon Hyde was under contract as the Orioles’ manager for the 2022 season, executive vice president and general manager Mike Elias declined to get into contractual specifics but praised Hyde’s job through his two-plus seasons.
On Tuesday, Ravens coach John Harbaugh said that over half of the team’s players are vaccinated, six months after one of the worst coronavirus outbreaks in sports. It’s unclear whether star quarterback Lamar Jackson is among them.
Completing about 75% of his passes Wednesday at mandatory minicamp, Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson turned in his best public showing since the 2020 season ended with a playoff loss to the Buffalo Bills.
Jim Phelan, who spent 49 years as the head men’s basketball coach at Mount St. Mary’s and is one of the all-time winningest coaches in NCAA history, has died, the school announced Wednesday. He was 92.
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