Good things come in twos this week for the pennant-bound 1983 Orioles: two grand slams, two wins for Mike Boddicker, and two walk-off hits by recent call-up and Mount Saint Joseph alumnus John Stefero.
The Orioles and their fans sure aren’t embracing the triple-digit milestone that was bearing down on them like a fastball — 100 losses. And the club reached that plateau with a loss to the Rays on Friday
These are unsettled times for the NFL as the Ravens prepare to host the Buffalo Bills in their season opener. The climate around the league is politically charged, with fans from the right and the left saying they're no longer comfortable loving professional football.
Some fans found Wednesday that they could not transfer tickets to friends because of a system outage, leading to frustration. But on gameday, fans were happy with the new system, even preferring it to the old way.
The Preakness should move to Laural. The Pimlico Race Course actually hurts rather than helps the local economy. We have it backward: The neighborhood surrounding Pimlico is not decaying and poor in spite of the track, but at least partly because of it.
The Pulitzer-prize winning author Michael Chabon, who grew up in Columbia, has just released a collection of thoughtful and moving essays called “Pops” that explores what it means to be a son and a father.
After the NFL’s ruling giving players who plan to kneel during the national anthem the chance to remain in the locker room, Ravens fans took to social media to voice their opinions — pro and con — with the league’s decision.
Walter M. McCardell III, who had worked to overcome the effects of schizophrenia and enjoyed crabbing and sailing hsi Boston Whaler, lost his life in an April 21 fire at an Arundel Lodge group home in Severn. he was 61.