As the Iron Man and Woman of Orioles' Opening Day, we are hoping to throw out the first pitch when we hit 50 years of annual attendance and take a victory lap around the stadium. Then we’ll come back for 51, and hope some good seats come our way.
The Orioles’ home opener is April 4, meaning that baseball will soon be back, and all will be well with the world. With all you fine folks in mind, we offer this guide to celebrating beyond Opening Day.
Julia Ruth Stevens, the last surviving child of Babe Ruth, died early Saturday morning at an assisted-living facility in Henderson, Nev., due to complications after a pulmonary embolism, said her son, Tom Stevens. She was 102.
The Blast broke a three-game Major Arena Soccer League losing streak by scoring the game's first eight goals and routing the Harrisburg Heat, 9-3, on Sunday before an announced 3,530 at SECU Arena in Towson.
The first time I saw Frank Robinson play was at Memorial Stadium on my 9th birthday in May 1966. I remember vividly his aggressive base running and beef with the umpire after being called out. That play and reaction personified the take-charge attitude that Frank Robinson brought to the game.
Hall of Famer Frank Robinson led the Orioles to their first World Series title in 1966, was the first African-American manager in both the American and National Leagues and managed the Orioles for parts of four seasons. Here’s a timeline of his career.
The Howard County Women’s Athletics Hall of Fame will celebrate its 23rd year of recognizing outstanding contributions with the induction of two women and two men on Saturday, Feb. 2 at River Hill High School.
Aside from the Astros, the only other team to execute a similar rebuilt recently is the Chicago Cubs, and new Orioles manager Brandon Hyde spearheaded their player development operation early before joining the major league coaching staff through a rebuild that netted the 2016 World Series title.
It had been obvious for quite some time that the Orioles were going to bail on this season and trade away the veteran nucleus of the team, but it wasn’t until Tuesday that the full magnitude of the long-anticipated rebuild hit home.
Old Mill's Josh Hader, pitching in his first All-Star Game after a standout first half of the season for the Milwaukee Brewers, allowed a three-run home run in the eighth inning Tuesday before exiting the game to find that racist, homophobic, and sexist tweets from his past had been uncovered.