Has the talented but well-traveled skipper finally found a permanent home in Baltimore?
Buck Showalter is redecorating.
He’s just been hired and, seemingly out of the thick August air, has transformed the Bad News Birds into the hottest team in baseball.
But the extreme makeover is not...
A local Gaelic sports club makes its members feel at home.
When Tadgh Prendeville moved here from Ireland in 1998, he didn't know a soul. Now, he says he can count about 80 locals among his closest and dearest friends.
Back in 2003, Prendeville started...
For you neophytes, that would be mixed martial arts, a new sport for Maryland personified by the colorful John Rallo.
Most days, the lower-level foyer of the 1st Mariner Arena, with its concrete floor and white cinderblock walls, is nothing more than a passageway. But for one night this month, the minds behind a...
From bone-crushing sacks to game-winning TDs, what it feels like to be a Raven.
Football. Passion for it runs through our veins. Yet, when we peel ourselves off the couch Sunday night after 10 hours of worshipping at our flat-screen altars, few of us (hopefully) have actual...
The secret history—and future—of lacrosse at Morgan State University.
To a casual observer, it looked like any spirited lacrosse game—hardly a rarity in Baltimore.
The Howard University Bison took the opening face-off, but were quickly met with hard body checks from...
Meet the five rookie players who are shaping the future of the Orioles.
It's amazing how quickly this city changes from purple to orange.
Nowhere is this more evident than FanFest, held just one week after the Ravens were ousted from playoff contention. On an...
How Ricky Fried became the first man to coach the U.S. women's lacrosse team.
As the son of an Army infantry officer, Ricky Fried spent his childhood bouncing around the globe with a lacrosse stick as his constant companion.
"I always had a stick in my hand since I was three...
Baltimore County's Allied Sports program gives more kids a chance to play.
Yesterday's rain has left muddy puddles around the grounds of Kenwood High School in Essex. Bright white lights shine on the wet grass of an athletic field that smells punchy and acidic, a mix of...
Ray Lewis is going to retire a Raven. You can exhale now.
Even Ray Lewis's displays of affection are physical.
As he roams from station to station at his youth fitness clinic on a Saturday morning in June, he's constantly reaching out—patting one boy's back...
NFL dreams remain dimly alive in Baltimore's minor league arena football.
This has to be the coldest practice in the history of arena football. It's February 21, and despite abundant sunshine, a bitter wind is whipping through Saints Field at Baltimore Lutheran School in...