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Wide receivers James Proche II and Rashod Bateman provided plenty of highlights as the Ravens held their fourth training camp practice at M&T Bank Stadium on Saturday night. “James is just an absolute workhorse,” quarterback Trace McSorley said.
Spenser Watkins started for Baltimore in a 6-2 loss that left the Orioles with a split in their four-game set at the ballpark that long represented the final destination of the right-hander’s climb toward the major leagues.
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In a record-breaking offensive spectacle where both teams combined to record the most goals in a half (31), Dante Trader Jr. found the net twice to help the South team defeat the North team, 28-22, at the Johns Hopkins’ Homewood Field in Baltimore.
Loyola Maryland commit Chase Boyle scored two goals to earn Most Valuable Player honors and future Maryland goalie Emily Lamparter made a game-record 14 saves on Saturday night in the Under Armour All-America Girls Lacrosse Game at Johns Hopkins' Homewood Field.
In his first hint of when the Orioles will be ready to contend, executive vice president and general manager Mike Elias said "we hope to be a playoff contender" while the players they held onto at the trade deadline are under team control.
A busy trade deadline around Major League Baseball was quiet for the rebuilding Orioles, who made one minor trade but held onto the available players on their major league roster, including Trey Mancini, John Means and Cedric Mullins.
With another Baltimore-area swimmer, Chase Kalisz, celebrating an Olympic gold medal, the club that trained Kalisz, Michael Phelps and other world-class competitors is back in the news. But the North Baltimore Aquatic Club has entered a different phase in its history.
Columnist Mike Preston writes: Lamar Jackson is a nice guy, certainly not belligerent or nasty, but lacks discipline. The Ravens have tried to provide him with the proper guidance and instruction, but the inner circle around Jackson keeps everyone at a distance and the fourth-year quarterback sheltered.
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