Horseshoe Baltimore will be hosting a table games hiring event on Monday, April 21, and Tuesday, April 22 at M&T Bans Stadium.
For the third time in the last four regular seasons, the Baltimore Ravens will open at M&T Bank Stadium against an AFC North rival. Defending division champion Cincinnati will come to Baltimore Sept. 7 to start the 2014 campaign. Four days later, Sept. 11, the Ravens will stay at home and host Pittsburgh in a Thursday night special.
Baseball, more so than any other sport, is a game where numbers matter. Batting average, home runs, RBI, wins, and losses all define a player’s worth and perceived value. Pitching is often considered the most important part of baseball, and the one that separates the average teams from World Series champions.
Work will begin on Monday, April 14th on Banner Field, a new turf recreation facility on the lower field at Latrobe Park in Locust Point. First announced in November 2013, the facility named after the Star Spangled Banner will include an artificial turf field.
It’s probably safe to say that there isn’t another Major League Baseball (MLB) player who grew up closer to their team’s home stadium than Steve Clevenger. The backup catcher for the 2014 Baltimore Orioles, who will turn 28 this Saturday, grew up on the 1200 block of James St. in South Baltimore’s Pigtown neighborhood, less than a mile away from Camden Yards.
The offseason started bad as the O’s made no significant moves, traded Jim Johnson and didn’t resign a few other players. For a while it looked like the O’s would make no improvements heading into the 2014 season; however, last month that all changed as the O’s acquired Ubaldo Jimenez to help the starting rotation and Nelson Cruz to stabilize the lineup.
This weekend’s Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) Men’s Basketball Tournament at the Baltimore Arena will be a homecoming for University of Delaware Senior Davon Usher, who has been on a long journey since graduating from Digital Harbor High School in 2010.
Here’s a round-up of the most-read SouthBMore.com articles from February including Crossbar news, business updates, a snowboarding session, and Port Covington news.
The Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) Men’s Basketball Championship is making its Baltimore debut this weekend, featuring local teams such as top-seeded Delaware and second-seeded Towson. The tournament gets started on Friday at the Baltimore Arena with the championship game on Monday.
The new Under Armour Performance Center features the largest and most advanced strength and conditioning space in the Cactus League. Players have year-round access to a two-story weight and cardiovascular facility with elite training equipment, a hydrotherapy room, 120-seat theater, video room and cafeteria.
It was the band Extreme that sang the lyrics “there’s a hole in my heart that can only be filled by you” and, as a Baltimore sports fan, those words rang especially true to me. Despite all the success the Ravens had experienced, there was always something missing: Baltimore Orioles winning baseball
The Ravens missed the playoffs for the first time in six years and now there are a lot of personnel questions surrounding them this offseason. The Ravens have a lot of needs to address in order to improve the team and the salary cap could lead to cutting some notable players who have been with the franchise for a long time.
The University of Notre Dame and Under Armour today announced their new partnership at a press conference on the school’s Indiana campus. As part of the 10-year agreement, Under Armour will exclusively design and supply the footwear, apparel and equipment for training and game-day uniforms for each of the university’s men’s and women’s varsity athletics teams.
Recently news broke that they would be outfitting Notre Dame Athletics, with Notre Dame Football being one of the biggest brands in American sports. Today Under Armour announced partnerships with Navy Athletics and American Ballet Theatre Soloist Misty Copeland.
In celebration of their 60 years in Baltimore, the Orioles today 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 moments Birdland has experienced in the last 60 seasons.