- The Blast (2-0) posted a 7-6 victory against the Syracuse Silver Knights at Towson University's SECU Arena on Friday night. Adriano Dos Santos and Vini Dantas
- The Blast will host the Syracuse Silver Knights looking to build off last week's successful debut at SECU Arena. The defending MASL champions opened with an 8-7 win over the Cedar Rapids Rampage last Friday.
- The Baltimore Blast start defense of their Major Arena Soccer League championship in a new home: Towson University's SECU Arena. They open their season Friday night against the Cedar Rapids Rampage.
- The Ravens and rival Pittsburgh Steelers have played 46 times but never quite like they will on Sunday: when the outcome of the contest will compete for attention with whether players will kneel.
- The Blast released their 2017-18 schedule with the team playing its home opener against the Cedar Rapids Rampage on Nov. 10. The Major Arena Soccer League will
- The Major Arena Soccer League announced the divisional and conference alignments for the 2017-18 season. The MASL enters its fourth season with 24 teams in the
- After 37 years, the Baltimore Blast are leaving the Royal Farms Arena, the team's home since its inaugural season in 1980.
- The Blast made it official Thursday, announcing they have a new home at Towson University's SECU Arena after 37 years of professional indoor soccer at Royal Farms Arena.
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Rochester Lancers, Andrew Hoxie didn't completely understand how theThe Blast will seek to defend their Major Arena Soccer League championship early next month against Soles de Sonara, the team they beat for the title last year.The defending Major Arena Soccer League champion Blast showed their typical resiliency in reaching the conference final, going to Harrisburg on Wednesday and beating the Heat twice to come back for the Eastern Division series win.
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Heat, the defending Major Arena Soccer League championAfter 35 years as the Babe Ruth Birthplace Foundation's executive director, Mike Gibbons is handing off the position to deputy executive director Shawn Herne.Baltimore is increasingly in the world of sports team owner Ted Leonsis, who is raising his profile in the city. He's best known as a Washington sports mogul but recently acquired Baltimore and Washington teams in the Arena Football League. He tells us why he expanded to Baltimore and what his vision is for success.The cliches may vary, but the message is the same: Dos Santos always leaves it all out on the field for the team. Always.It had been a long time since the defending Major Arena Soccer League champion Blast were totally overmatched. But that was the case in Milwaukee on Jan. 21, when the Wave claimed a comfortable 7-2 win to improve to 2-0 against the Blast this season. The Blast rebounded with a 10-1 home win against the lowly St. Louis Ambush on Sunday.The Blast had a lengthy training session Friday as they aim to end a rare two-game losing streak Sunday against the visiting St. Louis Ambush.The Blast were put to the test by the visiting Heat for most of Saturday night's Major Arena Soccer League game, leaning on their power play and defense early before a sudden burst of offense in the fourth quarter secured a 5-2 win before an announced 5,102 at Royal Farms Arena.The Blast allowed three straight goals spanning the end of the third quarter and early in the fourth in a 7-4 loss to the host Harrisburg Heat on Friday night in a Major Arena Soccer League Eastern Division game.The Kansas City Comets scored four goals in the second quarter and cruised to a 5-1 victory over the visiting Blast in a Major Arena Soccer League game Sunday.The Blast will try to make it three straight wins against the expansion Tropics as they look to further pad their lead in the Major Arena Soccer League's Eastern Division.The Blast are bringing back one of their own, announcing that standout defender and former captain Pat Healey will return from retirement to join the team at the end of the month.For the first time since joining the Major Arena Soccer League in the 2014-15 season, the Blast is not in first place in the Eastern Division. While the defending league champions were falling to the Milwaukee Wave, 4-3, in their home opener last Friday night, the expansion Tropics were rallying to stun the San Diego Sockers, 6-5, in their first game, thus claiming the top spot in the division.Sophomore midfielder Amar Sejdic scored in the 26th minute to give the No. 1 Maryland men's soccer team a 1-0 victory over host No. 22 West Virginia (6-4-1) to stay unbeaten.The Blast announced its 20-game 2016-17 Major Arena Soccer League regular-season schedule Tuesday, opening the campaign on the road against the Harrisburg Heat on Nov. 5. The Blast's home opener, the first of 10 regular-season home games at Royal Farms Arena, is set for Nov. 11 against the Milwaukee Wave.The thrilling 14-13 win over Soles de Sonora in Mexico, which produced Baltimore's eighth professional indoor soccer championship, turned out to be a fitting ending to a standout career for Pat Healey, who announced his retirement Thursday after eight consistently fine seasons with the hometown team he grew up cheering for.The Maryland General Assembly and Gov. Larry Hogan pass criminal justice reforms. The Baltimore Blast won an overtime victory against the Soles de Sonora. Councilman Nick Mosby bows out of the mayoral race.Tony Donatelli scored 28 seconds into overtime to give the Blast a 14-13 victory over Soles de Sonora for the Major Arena Soccer League championship early Saturday morning in Hermosillo, Mexico.After coming away with a 7-4 win over expansion Soles de Sonora in Sunday's first game of the Major Arena Soccer League championship, the best-of-three series concludes in Hermosillo, Mexico. The second game is set for 11:05 p.m. Friday and if Sonora wins, a 15-minute mini game will immediately follow to determine the league champion. Blast fans can go to golivesportscast.com to view all the action.Lucas Roque, who, in his fourth season with the Blast, has developed a knack for creating his finest work for the biggest moments of the most important games.