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.
It has been 15 years since the Ravens won their first Super Bowl. They won another in 2012, which is remarkable for a franchise that has been in existence for only 20 years. Often there are questions about which team is better, but maybe they can be tied into one. Can Ray Lewis of the 2000 team beat Ray Lewis of the 2012 squad?
As we reach the 25th anniversary of the ADA this Sunday, let's consider how the landscape has changed thanks to the ADA and whether inclusion has been accomplished. The greatest successes of the ADA have been with access to public accommodations and transportation, but there is still much work to be done in regards to employment.
The New England Patriots and the Seattle Seahawks will square off in Super Bowl XLIX on Sunday night at University of Phoenix Stadium. Here's Baltimore Sun reporter Aaron Wilson's checklist of things to watch:
Remember this name: Tyler Palko, if only for a moment. For anyone out there who still yearns for the days of Troy Smith or who still thinks Tyrod Taylor ought to get a shot at quarterbacking the Ravens (Seriously, does anyone still believe that?) let the name Tyler Palko serve as yet another example of what I like to call the gross underestimation of how truly great a quarterback the Ravens have in Joe Flacco.