Orioles unveil 60th Anniversary Celebration website

In celebration of their 60 years in Baltimore, the Orioles announced the launch of a 60th anniversary website: www.orioles.com/60. Featured on the website is a new video contest, “My Orioles Magic Moment,” inviting fans to recreate some of the amazing ...

Richard Sherman: Rant was 'immature,' reaction 'mind-boggling'

There are two Richard Shermans.

Family of American held in North Korea 'appalled' by Dennis Rodman's outburst

Eccentric basketball star Dennis Rodman's bizarre outburst about an American citizen jailed in North Korea has drawn widespread criticism, including from the prisoner's family.

Ravens didn’t deserve to make playoffs!

I believe in the merit system: rewards and kudos should go to those who earn them.

Former Oriole Paul Blair dies

Paul Blair, the eight-time Gold Glove center fielder who helped the Baltimore Orioles win a pair of World Series titles while gliding to make catches that former teammates still marvel at more than four decades later, has died.

Ihedigbo hosts charity scholarship cruise

On the field Super Bowl champion James Ihedigbo is fierce against his competitors and works diligently to help his team defeat NFL opponents.

County Executive gives Negro Leagues Baseball Museum permanent home

On Wednesday, November 20, 2013, Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz announced that the permanent home of The Hubert V. Simmons Museum of Negro Leagues Baseball, Inc. would be located in the Owings Mills branch of the Baltimore County Public Library ...

“The Closer” rides off into the sunset

Muhammad Ali enjoys a figurative copyright on the term, “The Greatest,” so it may not be appropriate to apply that moniker to another athlete.

Dolphins owner to meet with Jonathan Martin: 'We want to get to the bottom of it'

Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross will meet with Jonathan Martin on Wednesday to learn why the player left the NFL team.

Adam Jones opens Technology and Learning Center at Brooklyn O’Malley Boys and Girls Club

Hundreds of members of the Brooklyn O’Malley Boys and Girls Club, as well as the local community now have access to the latest technology thanks to an extensive renovation of the club’s Technology and Learning Center. The project, which began ...

Young golfer aspires to greatness

Budding golf superstar Micaa Thomas needs to be on everyone’s radar. At 15, the Bowie, Maryland, high school junior has blazed her way into a world that remains less than hospitable to blacks despite the unparalleled success of Tiger Woods.

Baltimore student brings Ravens star to school

If Charles Bellamy IV was dreaming, it’s a safe bet that the Gwynns Falls Elementary School first grader did not want to be awakened.

Baltimore Ravens Torrey Smith reflects on athletes and hip hop

Hip hop culture has an unquestionable influence in mainstream society including the video game, television and sports.

Road named in honor of former Baltimore Colts Legend Lenny Moore

Dozens of enthusiastic Baltimore Colts fans gathered around County Executive Kevin Kamenetz on Tuesday, October 8, 2013 at a ceremony as he unveiled the road sign for "Lenny Moore Way," the honorary new name for Resource Drive in Randallstown.

Tribe seeks to force NFL Redskins name change

President Barack Obama has weighed in. The pro-football commissioner, has too. And now, a Native American tribe hopes recent attention to controversy surrounding the name of Washington's National Football League team will provide the momentum needed to get it changed.