Miguel Gonzalez, who has earned the reputation in his three seasons with the Orioles as a gamer who competes in any situation, threw five scoreless innings in the club's 3-0 victory over the Tampa Bay Rays on a frigid afternoon at Camden Yards.
The FBI said Saturday three of its special agents were working with other law enforcement on a drug investigation when agents fatally shot a man Friday in Owings Mills, but declined to release key details about the circumstances of the incident.
When Erika Brannock -- the Towson preschool teacher who lost her left leg in the Boston Marathon bombings a year ago this month -- was a guest of the Orioles during a game at Camden Yards last June, she was still in a wheelchair but vowed she¿s return in 2014 to throw out a first pitch before a game.
With bad weather scheduled in Detroit tomorrow, the Orioles are considering scratching right-hander Kevin Gausman from his start at Triple-A Norfolk tonight so he could join the team Saturday and be available to pitch in a possible doubleheader on Saturday.
Inside a one-story structure in a knot of North Laurel warehouses, the Newseum Support Center does business in low-profile fashion. Don't, however, dismiss its lack of curb appeal. Within its walls is a rich and vibrant stash of artifacts that collectively retell journalism's quirky, melodramatic back story.
At a pasta dinner before Saturday's Thunder Road Marathon, Nicole Gross said she would be celebrating survivorship this weekend as she walks across the finish line with her sister, Erika Brannock, and her husband, Michael, and her mother, Carol Downing.
Brannock Brannock, a Boston Marathon bombing victim, slides to the edge of her wheelchair. She looks down at a pair of carefully selected gray New Balance sneakers. And stands. Her thigh slides deeper into a soft plastic socket as she shifts her weight from her right leg to her new prosthetic leg. The bone where her left leg was amputated sends a sharp, shooting pain, and she starts to cry. Not because it hurts. Because she is about to walk again, her first steps in 173 days.
Early Saturday morning Officer Vinny Julio stood in the intersection of Chase and Washington Streets idly twirling a wooden police baton on his first assignment since graduating from the police academy the day before.
City police and organizers of this weekend's Baltimore Marathon say they are stepping up security after explosions shook the end of the Boston race this spring, joining other recent running events that have placed restrictions around the finish line.
Erika Brannock has not been to an organized race since April, when the first of two homemade bombs near the Boston Marathon finish line so badly injured the 29-year-old Towson preschool teacher that doctors were forced to amputate her left leg above the knee.
The mourning process hasn't been simple for those who ran in Boston, even for those who weren't at the finish line at the time of the bombings. On Saturday, Greene and other Boston survivors will participate in the Baltimore Running Festival, which includes a marathon, half marathon, relay, 5K and kids fun run.
Organizers say tickets sales for Grand Prix of Baltimore remain strong even as residents and businesses around downtown cope with the inconvenience of a 2.4-mile, high-speed race track occupying critical crossroads around the Inner Harbor.
The Ravens reminded fans this morning that the NFL¿s new security policy limiting the size and types of bags that will be allowed into stadiums during the 2013-14 season will take effect with Thursday¿s preseason game against the Atlanta Falcons at M&T Bank Stadium.
The Baltimore Sun this week released its list of 50 women to watch, featuring a look at Maryland women who have made their mark in fields including arts, government, business, law, health, nonprofits and education.