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Ubaldo Jimenez Allows Nine Runs As Orioles Tie Record They'd Like To Forget

In a series-opening loss against the Tampa Bay Rays, the Orioles once again allowed five or more runs, making it 20 consecutive games where their opponent has plated at least five.

Darren O'Day Is Back, Hopes Orioles Start Turning Things Around

After missing most of June, right-hander Darren O'Day has returned from the disabled list, while Zach Britton and others are trying to make it back as well.

Eight-Year Extension Keeps Oshie in DC

Caps re-sign right wing T.J. Oshie for maximum allowable term, an eight-year deal worth a total of $46 million

Capitals Re-sign T.J. Oshie

Brian MacLellan will be available to media during first round of NHL Draft at United Center

Facts Show Gaming Industry Is Boosting Local Economies

Venues such as Maryland's Live! Casino & Hotel are having a positive impact on small businesses, particularly those owned by women and minorities, according to a recent report.

Maryland Lacrosse Stars Matt Rambo, Zoe Stukenberg Nominated For ESPY Awards

Maryland lacrosse standouts Matt Rambo and Zoe Stukenberg have each been nominated for an ESPY award for best male and female college athletes, respectively.

Shocking Power Surge Has Rays Looking Like Playoff Team

Jim Henneman says, so far, the Tampa Bay Rays have been the biggest surprise of the 2017 baseball season, and he wouldn't be surprised if they make a run at the AL East title.

Working With Lewises Is Family Affair For Ravens OL Coach Joe D'Alessandris

New Ravens offensive line coach Joe D'Alessandris already has a connection with Alex Lewis; D'Alessandris coached the offensive lineman's father 23 years ago.

Caps Today, 6/23/17

Capitals captain Alex Ovechkin, who was drafted by Washington in the first round, first overall, in the 2004 NHL Draft, ranks first among players drafted in 2004 in goals (558), points (1,035) and games played (921).

Fantasy Baseball Waiver-Wire Watch: June 23, 2017

Phil Backert surveys the fantasy baseball waiver wire, and he says owners should target Astros starting pitcher Mike Fiers and Braves starter Sean Newcomb.

Melo Trimble Goes Undrafted, But Signs With Philadelphia

After not being selected in the NBA Draft June 22, former Maryland star guard Melo Trimble reportedly signed with the Philadelphia 76ers early in the morning June 23.

PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: June 23, 2017

Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including the Wizards' lack of action in the NBA Draft and Melo Trimble's signing with the Philadelphia 76ers after going undrafted.

Orioles Fall To Cleveland As Runs-Allowed Streak Continues

During a 6-3 loss to the Cleveland Indians June 22, the Orioles extended their streak of allowing five or more runs in a game to 19, one short of the major league record,

Valor Visit the Brigade!

It's a "first-game ever" re-match for the visiting Washington Valor and the Baltimore Brigade, who look to avenge that loss way back in early April. Get your crab-cakes and Natty-bo's ready for some Friday night fun!

Capitals Announce 2017-18 Regular-Season Schedule

The National Hockey League today announced the 2017-18 regular-season schedule for its 31 member clubs. The Washington Capitals will open the season against the Ottawa Senators at Canadian Tire Centre on Thursday, Oct. 5, with the first home game of the campaign set for Saturday, Oct. 7, against the Montreal Canadiens at 7 p.m. at Verizon Center.

Caps Unveil 2017-18 Regular Season Schedule

Washington will open on the road and will visit two new NHL barns in 2017-18, its 43rd season in the circuit

Rob Vaughn Promoted To Head Baseball Coach At Maryland

During the past five years, Rob Vaughn served as assistant coach as John Szefc guided the Maryland baseball program to its most successful seasons in more than 40 years. Now, Vaughn will be calling the shots.

Orioles Closer Zach Britton Takes First Step In Recovery

"I feel really good. I feel normal, and I think that's the biggest thing is just coming in and feeling how you normally would after throwing," Orioles closer Zach Britton said after his rehab start with Aberdeen.

Maryland's Gatorade Boys' Soccer Player Of Year Nick Richardson Excels On, Off Field

Archbishop Curley rising senior defender Nick Richardson, who was named the Gatorade Boys' Soccer Player of the Year for Maryland, has committed to play collegiately at Maryland.

Capitals Re-sign Christian Djoos

The Washington Capitals have re-signed defenseman Christian Djoos to a two-year, $1.3 million contract.

Orioles Should Be Preparing To Sell, Not Buy, At Trade Deadline

Given the Orioles' recent play, Glenn Clark says there's no reasonable scenario that would defend the team's reported consideration to be buyers at MLB's July 31 trade deadline.

Brandon Boykin Seeks Fresh Start With Ravens

"I've got so much potential that I haven't really tapped into, whether it was circumstance or whether it was injury," new Ravens cornerback Brandon Boykin said.

PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: June 22, 2017

Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including a heartbreaking loss for the Nationals in which starter Max Scherzer needed just five more outs for a no-hitter before things unraveled for a 2-1 loss to the Marlins.

Ten Fantasy Football Rookies You Should Draft

Ken Zalis ranks the top 10 rookies to draft for your 2017 fantasy football team, starting with Jaguars running back Leonard Fournette.

Kevin Gausman Better, But Not Good Enough As Orioles Fall To Cleveland

"You take the positives and try to forget the negatives. I think one of the huge positives to take out of this is I'm throwing the ball really good right now," Orioles starter Kevin Gausman said after the Orioles fell to Cleveland, 5-1.

Vegas Snags Schmidt

Caps lose popular defenseman to Vegas Golden Knights in 2017 NHL Expansion Draft

Statement from Brian MacLellan on Nate Schmidt

The Washington Capitals Senior Vice President and General Manager Brian MacLellan issued the following statement today on Nate Schmidt, who was selected by the Las Vegas Golden Knights in the NHL Expansion Draft.

Wizards add point guard depth in trade for Frazier

The Wizards acquired Tim Frazier in a deal with the Pelicans on Wednesday night, adding depth at the point guard position.

Wizards Acquire Tim Frazier

Washington Wizards President Ernie Grunfeld announced Wednesday that the team has acquired guard Tim Frazier from the New Orleans Pelicans in exchange for their 2017 second-round pick (52nd overall).

Katherine Bixby Excited To Take Over Johns Hopkins' Women's Basketball Team

"This program can win Centennial Conference championships and get to the Final Four," new Johns Hopkins women's basketball coach Katherine Bixby said as she takes over for longtime coach Nancy Funk.

Ravens LB Kamalei Correa Looks To Put Struggles As Rookie Behind Him

Coming off a disappointing rookie year that he described as "a struggle," Ravens linebacker Kamalei Correa is looking forward to his second NFL season and taking nothing for granted.

Caps Today, 6/21/17

Braden Holtby is one of three finalists for the Vezina Trophy at tonight’s NHL Awards in Las Vegas.

Injuries To Zach Britton, Darren O'Day A Major Factor In Orioles' Pitching Woes

Rich Dubroff looks at the domino effect the injuries to Zach Britton and Darren O'Day have created for the Orioles' bullpen, and he says once Britton and O'Day return from the DL, the bullpen should again become a strength.

Capitals Announce Home Opener for 2017-18 Season

The Washington Capitals, in conjunction with the National Hockey League, today announced the club’s home opener for the 2017-18 season will be on Saturday, Oct. 7 vs. the Montreal Canadiens at 7 p.m. at Verizon Center.

Ravens' Lorenzo Taliaferro Takes Switch To Fullback In Stride

"The fact that they moved me to fullback instead of just moving on with me is just a blessing," Lorenzo Taliaferro said of his transition to a new position with the Ravens. "I just took it and ran with it."

Monumental Sports & Entertainment Foundation Announces 2017 Tom Newman Memorial Trophy Recipient

Ben Stanley, a Washington-Lee High School graduate, was recently named Better Sports Club of Arlington’s 2017 Tom Newman Memorial Trophy winner. Stanley will receive a $1,000 scholarship funded by Monumental Sports & Entertainment Foundation.

PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: June 21, 2017

Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including the Nationals' 12-3 win against the Marlins, the Wizards' acquisition of a G League team and a look ahead to the NHL Expansion Draft.

Washington Wizards Purchase NBA G League Team

NBA G League’s Record 27th Team to Debut in 2018-19 Season

Manny Machado's Big Night Gives Orioles A Big Win

"We've all got to stick together and do what we've got to do as a team," said Manny Machado after his first four-hit game and first two-home run game of 2017 helped the Orioles edge the Indians, 6-5, June 20.

Wizards Draft Workouts - 6/21/17

The Wizards will work out one last round of NBA Draft prospects on Wednesday at Verizon Center.

Head Coach Thibault to Miss Minnesota Game

Coach Mike Thibault and Assistant Coach Eric Thibault will miss the team’s upcoming to attend the funeral for their father and grandfather, Frank Thibault.

Baysox Right-Hander Lucas Long: New Role 'Keeps Me On My Toes'

Orioles prospect Lucas Long has shifted mostly to a bullpen role with the Bowie Baysox this season, and he's handled the transition well and says he's enjoying his new role.

Caps Today, 6/20/17

Sixteen players who played for the Capitals in 2016-17 were originally drafted by Washington.

Five Fantasy Football Players You Should Draft

Ken Zalis spotlights five fantasy football players you should draft, and he says Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers is a smart pick in rounds 10 to 12, or maybe even later.

Keys' Austin Hays 'Just Playing Every Day And Having Fun Doing It'

Frederick Keys center fielder Austin Hays is one of the top outfield prospects in the Orioles' farm system, but he isn't looking too far ahead. "When they say I'm ready, then that means I'm ready," Hays said.

Capitals to Host Blood Drive July 15 at Kettler Capitals Iceplex

The Washington Capitals and Inova Blood Donor Services will host a blood drive on Saturday, July 15, from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Kettler Capitals Iceplex in Arlington, Va. Appointments are required.

PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: June 20, 2017

Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including the Nationals' blown early lead against the Marlins, an update on MLB All-Star voting and more.

Dylan Bundy Has Rough Outing As Orioles Suffer Lopsided Shutout Loss

"I'm not commanding the baseball and throwing it where I want to and getting ahead of hitters like I did early in the season," Dylan Bundy said after the Orioles' 12-0 loss to the Indians June 19. "I want to get back to that."

What Will The Orioles Do At Shortstop Without J.J. Hardy?

With J.J. Hardy expected to miss at least four-to-six weeks, Orioles manager Buck Showalter said he plans to go with Ruben Tejada at shortstop, leaving Manny Machado and Jonathan Schoop in their usual positions.

Washington Capitals 2017 NHL Draft Guide

The Washington Capitals hold four picks in the 2017 NHL Draft, which begins on Friday, June 23 at United Center in Chicago.

Notable Late Second Round Picks

A look at some notable late second round picks over the last 20 drafts.

Stan 'The Fan' Charles' MLB Power Rankings: June 19, 2017

The Baltimore Orioles drop one spot to No. 13 in Stan "The Fan" Charles' latest MLB power rankings.

Amateur Wrestler Pat Downey Might Be A Villain Worth Rooting For

Glenn Clark says there's a lot to root for when it comes to Baltimore's Pat Downey, a 24-year-old amateur wrestling standout who recently got into a high-profile Twitter spat with UFC light heavyweight champion Daniel Cormier.

Fantasy Baseball Risers, Fallers: June 19, 2017

Phil Backert highlights the top fantasy baseball risers and fallers, from Cardinals outfielder Dexter Fowler to Rays third baseman Evan Longoria.

An Early Projection Of Ravens' Starters And Backups

With the Baltimore Ravens' spring practice period completed, Bo Smolka offers an early two-tier-deep projection of the team's starters and backups.

The 2017 Fantasy Football Draft Guide

Ken Zalis shares his strategy for how to approach each round of a fantasy football draft, advising owners to focus on running backs like DeMarco Murray first.

PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: June 19, 2017

Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including the Nationals' series win against the Mets to stretch their lead in the NL East, the Capitals players exposed for the upcoming NHL Expansion Draft and more.

Rookies Year in Review

A look at the rookies during their first year in the NBA.

Ubaldo Jimenez Comes To The Rescue In Orioles' Win

Right-hander Ubaldo Jimenez led the Orioles to an 8-5 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals June 18, but shortstop J.J. Hardy exited the game with an injury.

Lists Are In, Waiting Begins

There are no surprises on the Capitals' 11-man protected list for the 2017 Expansion Draft; now they wait to learn who they'll lose

Orioles' Buck Showalter Won't Lobby For Orioles All-Stars

Orioles manager Buck Showalter discussed the mid-summer classic and the rehabs for relievers Zach Britton and Darren O'Day June 18.

Five Home Runs Power Orioles In Big Offensive Win

Orioles second baseman Jonathan Schoop hit two home runs as the Orioles defeated the St. Louis Cardinals, 15-7, June 17.

Oblique Injury Will Keep Orioles' Chris Davis Out Indefinitely

Orioles first baseman Chris Davis detailed his oblique injury to reporters June 17, though there's no timetable for when the lefty slugger will be back.

Glenn Clark Radio Week In Review: June 12-16, 2017

In case you missed anything from Glenn Clark Radio this week, here are a few highlights to check out, including interviews with Aaron Wiggins and DL Hall.

Orioles Lose 11-2 To Cardinals In Return From Road Trip

Much of what ailed the Orioles during their recent 1-7 road trip also plagued them against the St. Louis Cardinals at Camden Yards June 16.

Orioles' Zach Britton: 'I'm Feeling Really Good Now'

Orioles lefty closer Zach Britton talked about his recovery from arm trouble June 16, and manager Buck Showalter offered updates on other injured Orioles.

Sources: Former Gilman Football Coach Biff Poggi To Become St. Frances Head Coach

Former Gilman football coach Biff Poggi is returning to Baltimore to take over as head coach at St. Frances Academy this coming season, PressBox has learned through multiple sources with knowledge of the situation.

Fantasy Baseball Waiver-Wire Targets: June 16, 2017

Phil Backert surveys the fantasy baseball waiver wire, and he says owners should target Orioles outfielder/first baseman Trey Mancini and Astros outfielder Derek Fisher.

Five Ravens Who Are Trending Upward After Spring Workouts

Bo Smolka highlights five players who are trending upward after the spring practice period, including tight end Nick Boyle and wide receiver Breshad Perriman.

PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: June 16, 2017

Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including the Nationals' 8-3 win against the Mets in the series opener and the new head coach for Maryland baseball.

First-Round Pick DL Hall Undecided Between Orioles And College

Orioles first-round pick DL Hall is unsure whether he will sign with the club or honor his commitment to play at Florida State. "I think that's something that me and my family are working on making a decision," Hall said.

Brigade Try and "Defend the Land" in Cleveland!

The Baltimore Brigade are looking for their third win in their inaugural season on Friday night in Cleveland. They've had success by the narrowest of margins against their opponent, so it's time to see if three times are a charm!

Jason Smith's 2016-17 Season in Review

Taking a closer look at Jason Smith's first season with the Wizards.

Orioles Conclude Painful Road Trip With Another Loss

Chris Tillman pitched well enough for five innings before allowing four runs in the sixth as the Orioles lost to the Chicago White Sox, 5-2, to go 1-7 on their eight-game road trip.

Ravens' Terrell Suggs Not Thinking About Retiring

"I've never seen a more motivated Terrell Suggs than we have right now," Ravens head coach John Harbaugh said. "He's put an incredible amount of work in. ... I think he's going to be in the best shape of his career."

Washington Wizards 2017 NBA Summer League Schedule Announced

The National Basketball Association released today the schedule for the 2017 NBA Summer League. The Wizards will play in three preliminary round games from July 8-11 before being seeded in a tournament running through the Championship Game on July 17.

Ross Mahoney Conference Call

The Washington Capitals will host a conference call with assistant general manager Ross Mahoney on Monday at 3 p.m. ET.

Former Raven Dennis Pitta On His Future: 'I'm Not Delusional'

"I've dislocated my hip three times. Take it for what it is. I mean, I'm not delusional," former Ravens tight end Dennis Pitta said when asked if he might play again.

Kevin Smith, Brian Shaffer Lead List Of Terps' MLB Draftees

The Maryland baseball team had six of its players selected during the Major League Baseball draft June 12-14, including junior shortstop Kevin Smith junior pitcher Brian Shaffer.

Caps Today, 6/15/17

The Capitals acquired Tyler Graovac from the Minnesota Wild on Wednesday in exchange for a fifth-round pick in the 2018 NHL Draft.

PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: June 15, 2017

Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including the Nationals' 13-2 loss to the Braves in which Tanner Roark surrendered seven runs on nine hits before Washington's bullpen woes continued.

Should The Orioles Consider Selling Now?

Rich Dubroff says it's far too early for the Orioles to conduct a fire sale, because trading Zach Britton and Manny Machado now would, in essence, pull the plug not only on 2017 but 2018 as well.

The Big Little League

The strong commitment from both the founders of the James Mosher little league and its earliest players speak to the life lessons garnered from seasons long ago.

Terrance West Puts 'Maturity Issues' In Past To Find Home, Success In Baltimore

A year ago, running back Terrance West stood squarely on the Ravens' roster bubble. Now, West will arrive at Ravens training camp as the presumptive starter.

Going Behind The Scenes With Orioles Catcher Caleb Joseph

Many fans know Caleb Joseph as the Orioles' backup catcher who likes to tell jokes, but in reality, Joseph has one of the most complex jobs in baseball because he never knows when he's playing.

Terps Men's Lacrosse Enjoying Moment, Then Reloading For Another Title Run

"This program means so much, and you are motivated to work hard because you know when you win it makes some people happy," Terps men's lacrosse coach John Tillman said.

Maryland Women's Lacrosse Head Coach Cathy Reese Reflects On National Title Win

"It was a beautiful day," Maryland women's lacrosse head coach Cathy Reese said of championship weekend in Foxborough, Mass. "You could kind of see the excitement in the community about lacrosse."

Can The Orioles Keep Dan Duquette And Buck Showalter After 2018?

Buck Showalter and Dan Duquette's contracts end after the 2018 season, and Stan "The Fan" says history suggests both will not stay. So who would you rather have in Baltimore?

Orioles' Reluctance To Spend On International Amateurs Is Hindering Farm System

Dan Connolly says the Orioles excel at recognizing talent in other organizations and acquiring those players at minimal cost, but there's a conspicuous boulder in the way of making the farm system as good as it should be.

A 'Foul' Way For Baseball To Speed Up The Game

For all the talk about speeding up baseball games, Jim Henneman says MLB should forget intentional walks and look at limiting foul balls.

Former Orioles Prospect Buck Britton Transitions To Coaching

Buck Britton, the older brother of Orioles closer Zach Britton, played seven seasons in the Orioles' minor league system and is now the hitting coach with the Delmarva Shorebirds.

Ray Rice Shares Powerful Message With Young Football Players

"There's no one in the country more qualified to speak about that than him," Ohio State director of player development Ryan Stamper said of Ray Rice, who recently spoke to OSU football players about domestic violence.

Professional Wrestling Events A 'Staple' At Royal Farms Arena

"They are a market staple," Royal Farms Arena general manager Frank Remesch said of wrestling events. "We have two to three shows every year, which do phenomenally well."

C. Milton Wright Softball Captures Elusive Sixth State Title

The C. Milton Wright softball team captured its first state title since 2006, and the team's defense was a significant reason for its success.

Former John Carroll Baseball Player Josh Hamer Was ‘An Angel Here On Earth'

"He could light up any room that he walked into, and he was such a humble person," Jennifer Hamer said of her son, Josh, a once promising pitcher for John Carroll School who was killed in a car accident.

Dr. Ken Wasserman Continues To Lead Fight Against Skin Cancer In Baseball

Orioles team dermatologist Dr. Ken Wasserman co-founded MLB's skin cancer screening initiative 18 years ago, and the Play Sun Smart program has conducted more than 40,000 skin cancer screenings.

The 15: Sports Movies To Watch With Your Kids This Summer

Glenn Clark highlights 15 sports movies you can watch with your kids this summer, including "The Sandlot," "The Mighty Ducks" and "Remember the Titans."

In The Betting World, Orioles Are Among The Most Profitable

From the 2012 through the 2016 baseball seasons, the Orioles have returned the most money as a wagering proposition through the regular season.

Ricig's World Of Sports: Broadening Our Search For Ravens Offensive Skill Players

In his latest sports cartoon with PressBox, Mike Ricigliano takes a look at some non-football athletes who might be able to help the Baltimore Ravens, from Manny Machado and Michael Phelps to LeBron James.

Photo Of The Month: End Of An Era

PressBox's June Photo of the Month pays tribute to former Baltimore Ravens tight end Dennis Pitta.

Caves Valley Golf Club To Host Constellation Senior Players Championship

Local sports fans have an opportunity for a rare experience in July when the PGA Tour Champions arrives at Caves Valley Golf Club in Owings Mills, Md., for the Constellation Senior Players Championship.

They Said It On Glenn Clark Radio: June 2017

John Tillman, Frank Deford, Jacoby Jones, Buster Olney and Sal Sinatra chimed in on Glenn Clark Radio this month.

Community Beat: June 15- July 15, 2017

Check out the listings in PressBox's June 2017 edition of Community Beat.

In The Paper: June 2017

Cover Story: The strong commitment from both the founders of the James Mosher little league and its earliest players speak to the life lessons garnered from seasons long ago.

Caps Trade for Tyler Graovac

Deal with Wild sets Caps up more favorably for the upcoming NHL Expansion Draft

Capitals Acquire Tyler Graovac from Minnesota

The Washington Capitals have acquired center Tyler Graovac from the Minnesota Wild in exchange for a fifth-round pick in the 2018 NHL Draft

A Day of Change or More of the Same for Skins?

The decisions the Redskins made this week could change the fortune of the franchise forever. In a positive way or of course, in a negative way. Most would predict the latter, only because they are conditioned to expect the negative and because they haven't thought about the positives and a refreshing approach the Redskins just took.

Jeremy Maclin: There Was Something About Baltimore From The Start

"I just felt like Baltimore made the most sense, from a football standpoint, from a comfort standpoint, from a personal standpoint," wide receiver Jeremy Maclin said after his first workout with the Ravens.

Protection and Exposure

As the deadline nears for the 2017 Expansion Draft, the Caps are putting the finishing touches on their protected list

Orioles Hope To Avoid Record-Setting Road Losing Streak

The Baltimore Orioles have lost their last 11 road games. The team's longest road-losing streak came in 1988, when the Orioles began the season with 21 straight losses, 13 of which were on the road.

Wizards Draft Workouts - 6/15/17

The Wizards will work out six NBA Draft prospects on Thursday.

Maryland's Steve Aird To Coach Big Ten Volleyball's Foreign Tour Team

Maryland volleyball head coach Steve Aird will helm a Big Ten squad that will travel to four European countries during the Big Ten Volleyball Foreign Tour from June 17-28.

PressBox High School Lacrosse Newsletter Vol. 81

Todd Karpovich looks ahead to the 2017 Under Armour All-America Lacrosse Game.

Under Armour All-America Lacrosse Game Packed With Local Talent

The rosters have been finalized for the 12th annual Under Armour All-America Lacrosse Game at Towson University July 1, and several local players are expected to make an impact.

PNC Lacrosse Spotlight: Under Armour All-America Coach Taylor Cummings

Former Maryland lacrosse star Taylor Cummings talks about her new role promoting the sport with Under Armour and her coaching strategy for the Under Armour All-America Game.

Caps Today, 6/14/17

MSE Foundation donated $12,000 to the Fort Dupont Ice Hockey Club this year and has donated $187,400 to them since 2003.

Terps Recruit Aaron Wiggins Says Mark Turgeon Made Him 'A Priority'

Four-star recruit Aaron Wiggins said coach Mark Turgeon's visit was a key factor in his decision to choose the Terps. "I really knew that Maryland was the best school for me because of the way they had recruited me and made me a priority."

T.J. Oshie to Raise Awareness and Funds to Fight Alzheimer’s on The Longest Day June 21

Washington Capitals forward T.J. Oshie will participate in the Alzheimer’s Association’s The Longest Day campaign on Wednesday, June 21. Oshie will participate in honor of his father, Tim Oshie, who was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s in 2012.

Jimmy's Seafood CEO Sheds Insight On 'Crab Cakes For Life' Deal

Glenn Clark sat down with Jimmy's Famous Seafood CEO John Minadakis to find out how new Ravens WR Jeremy Maclin's "crab cakes for life" offer works and why the restaurant does it.

WWE Money In The Bank Preview And Predictions

Kevin Eck takes a look at the matches that have been announced for WWE's annual Money in the Bank pay-per-view and offers his predictions.

Kelly Oubre Jr.'s 2016-17 Season in Review

A look back on some of the strides Kelly Oubre made in his sophomore NBA season.

PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: June 14, 2017

Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including the Nationals' 10-5 win against the Braves, an update from Redskins minicamp and more.

How Long Will Orioles Be Without Chris Davis?

The Orioles could be without Chris Davis for an extended time, but exactly how long remains unclear for now.

Starting Pitching, Big Offensive Names Struggling For Orioles

Since the Orioles started the season 22-10, starters have lost 21 of 30 games, and the team's biggest bats have seen significant drop-offs, contributing to the recent skid.

Cynthia Villatoro Named U.S. Army Impact Player Of The Month

Cynthia Villatoro, who plays three sports at Cardozo High School, was honored with the DCSAA U.S. Army Impact Player of the Month award.

John Harbaugh, Ravens Excited About Jeremy Maclin Signing

"I'm very excited about adding Jeremy [Maclin]," Ravens head coach John Harbaugh said at minicamp June 13. "He's a really good football player, an even better person."

Expansion Time Again

For the eighth time since joining the NHL as an expansion team in 1974, the Caps must expose some assets in another expansion draft

Orioles Should Convert Struggling Starter Kevin Gausman To A Reliever

Stan "The Fan" Charles says it's time for the Orioles to convert Kevin Gausman into a reliever, just like they did with Arthur Rhodes in the early-to-mid-1990s.


Players and Media Will Join Fans in Selecting WNBA All-Star Starting Lineups.

Former Oriole Mike Bordick Not Opposed To Trading Manny Machado, Zach Britton

"Something really has to happen," Orioles Hall of Famer and MASN analyst Mike Bordick said of the team's recent dive, as he discussed trading Manny Machado and Zach Britton and sending Kevin Gausman back to the minors.

Doug's Day!

A Redskins letgend who has been toiling in relative anonymity in the Washington front-office and with other organizations before, is now the new face of the football operations. Doug Williams led the Redskins to glory on the field but can he now help lead them back to the promise land?

Former Ravens RB Justin Forsett: Baltimore 'Was The Land Of Opportunity'

Even though he didn't have long-term success in Baltimore, running back Justin Forsett said he looks back on his time with the Ravens with nothing but positive memories.

Caps Today, 6/13/17

A Salute to the Military Night auction presented by MSE Foundation in March raised more than $56,000 for Our Military Kids and United Heroes League.

PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: June 13, 2017

Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including the Redskins' new front office power structure, the Nationals' continuing woes and more.

Orioles Select High School Pitcher DL Hall In First Round Of Draft

The Baltimore Orioles selected left-handed pitcher DL Hall in the first round of the MLB Draft with the 21st overall pick.

Where Are The Next Orioles Bullpen Arms Coming From?

The Baltimore Orioles have already used 23 pitchers this season. That's more than they used in 2014 (20) and 2015 (22). And the question remains, who will be Buck Showalter's next option?

Ravens Agree To Terms With Jeremy Maclin

The Baltimore Ravens have agreed to terms with free-agent wide receiver Jeremy Maclin on a two-year deal, finally addressing what had been viewed as a significant offseason priority.

Stan 'The Fan' Charles' MLB Power Rankings: June 12, 2017

The Baltimore Orioles drop three spots to No. 12 in Stan "The Fan" Charles' latest MLB power rankings.

Fantasy Baseball Risers, Fallers: June 12, 2017

Phil Backert highlights the top fantasy baseball risers and fallers, from Blue Jays first baseman Justin Smoak to Rockies shortstop Trevor Story.

2017 Fantasy Football Player Rankings

Ken Zalis shares his early fantasy football player rankings, including top quarterbacks, running backs, wide receivers and overall rankings.

No Practice, No Problem For Christos FC Ahead Of Match Against D.C. United

"There's no pressure on us," forward Pete Caringi III said of Christos FC's upcoming matchup against D.C. United. "Just getting to this part right now has been unbelievable."

Brandon Williams Seeks Bigger Role In Ravens’ Pass Rush

Armed with his large new contract, Baltimore Ravens defensive lineman Brandon Williams is hoping for a larger role in the team's defense this year.

Caps Today, 6/12/17

Courage Caps, a MSE Foundation initiative presented by Telos, raised more than $148,000 for Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS).

Return To NCAAs Helps Terps Baseball Cement Place On National Scene

After reaching the NCAA Tournament for a third time in the last four years, Maryland baseball further solidified its newfound place on the national scene.

PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: June 12, 2017

Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including the Nationals' 5-1 loss to the Rangers as Texas completed a three-game sweep, plus the Mystics' 88-70 win against the Indiana Fever and more.

Orioles Can't Wait To Leave Yankee Stadium After Nightmare Weekend

After right-hander Kevin Gausman gave up five runs in the first inning, the Baltimore Orioles failed to catch up and were swept by the New York Yankees with a 14-3 loss June 11.

Ian Mahinmi's 2016-17 Season in Review

A look back at Ian Mahinmi's 2016-17 season.

Orioles Get Two More New Bullpen Arms

The Baltimore Orioles announced they were sending help up for the bullpen as they recalled right-hander Logan Verrett and selected the contract of right-hander Jimmy Yacabonis from Triple-A Norfolk.

Chris Tillman, Orioles Have Night To Forget In Orioles' 16-3 Loss To Yankees

Right-hander Chris Tillman gives up nine runs through just 1.1 innings and the Baltimore Orioles get crushed by the New York Yankees 16-3 at Yankee Stadium June 10.

Buck Showalter Thinks Manny Machado Will Avoid Disabled List

Baltimore Orioles manager Buck Showalter thought there was a chance third baseman Manny Machado might be able to avoid the 10-day disabled list as he recovers from a sprained left wrist injury.

Glenn Clark Radio Week In Review: June 5-9, 2017

In case you missed anything from Glenn Clark Radio this week, here are a few highlights to check out, including interviews with Derrick Mason and Immanuel Quickley.

Again Shorthanded, Orioles Lose To Yankees 8-2

The bullpen gave up five runs late in the game as the Baltimore Orioles fell to the American League East rival New York Yankees 8-2 at Yankee Stadium June 9.

Orioles Place Darren O'Day On Disabled List With Shoulder Strain

The Baltimore Orioles placed right-hander Darren O'Day on the 10-day disabled list with a right shoulder strain June 9. O'Day was held out for eight days earlier in the season with a similar injury.

Jim Henneman: Matt Wieters Not To Blame For Orioles' Past Pitching Issues

Jim Henneman says he thinks Matt Wieters is the best all-around catcher the Orioles have ever developed, and there is no evidence Wieters was a divisive element for the pitching staff.

Poly's Will Henderson Ends Senior Year With Five State Titles In Track

Will Henderson has left his mark on the Poly track and field program, as the senior leaves the school for Penn State with an impressive resume that includes seven 3A state championships in six different events.

Fantasy Baseball Waiver-Wire Targets: June 9, 2017

Phil Backert surveys the fantasy baseball waiver wire, and he says owners should target Pirates reliever Felipe Rivero and Phillies reliever Pat Neshek.

Five Observations From Ravens OTAs

Bo Smolka shares five observations from the Ravens' June 8 OTA workout, and he says wide receiver Chris Moore, who was fairly quiet during the first two open OTAs, had a strong showing.

Derrick Mason Says Ravens Should Sign Anquan Boldin, Not Jeremy Maclin

"I don't trust [Jeremy] Maclin because he's been hurt off and on," former Ravens wide receiver Derrick Mason said. "So why am I going to bring in someone that [is hurt]?"

Maryland Baseball's John Szefc Accepts Head Coaching Position At Virginia Tech

Maryland baseball head coach John Szefc has accepted the head coaching position at Virginia Tech. The school said a national search for the head coaching position will begin immediately.

Terps' Joshua Tomaic To Compete Internationally, Kevin Huerter To Join Him?

The Maryland basketball program made two significant announcements this week; freshman forward Joshua Tomaic will play for Spain in the FIBA U19 World Cup and the Terps will travel to Syracuse for the 2017 Big Ten/ACC Challenge.

PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: June 9, 2017

Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including Joe Ross' impressive outing in the Nationals' 6-1 win against the Orioles in a makeup game June 8.

Marcin Gortat's 2016-17 Season in Review

A look back at Marcin Gortat's fourth season with the Wizards.

Johns Hopkins Swimmer Andrew Greenhalgh Leads Local Academic All-Americans

Eight local athletes from five schools earned Academic All-America recognition during the 2017 spring semester, including Johns Hopkins swimmer Andrew Greenhalgh.

Adam Jones, Manny Machado Sit Out While Orioles Lose To Nationals

Due to back-to-back extra-inning games, the Orioles were operating with a short bullpen, and the injuries gave them a limited bench during a 6-1 loss to the Nationals in a makeup game June 8.

Jeremy Maclin Leaves Ravens' Facility Without A Deal

Head coach John Harbaugh said free-agent wide receiver Jeremy Maclin had a "great visit" with the Ravens but left the facility without a deal and will take some time before making a decision.

Dan's Time to Shine!

For many Redskins fans, if not all, the thought of Dan Snyder being involved in any component of the the football operations is a nightmare. The track-record is clearly not a good one but people change and mature. They learn and they grow in many cases. So could the Redskins owner actually help restore faith & confidence with his involvement in two big stiuations?

Orioles 'Focused Very Acutely' On Pitching Heading Into First-Year Player Draft

"We've got about 20 people in [the draft room], and they're focused very acutely on the pitching," Dan Duquette said. "We're going to try to find some good, solid pitching depth that we can utilize."

PressBox High School Lacrosse Newsletter Vol. 80

Todd Karpovich highlights the local boys and girls lacrosse players of the year and shares his latest regional power rankings.

PressBox/PNC Lacrosse Spotlight Boys Player of the Year: Jacob Kelly, Calvert Hall

Junior Jacob Kelly was the force behind Calvert Hall's impressive run to the MIAA "A" title, finishing the season with 47 goals and 44 assists for 91 points.

PressBox/PNC Lacrosse Spotlight Girls Player of the Year: Maddie Jenner, McDonogh

McDonogh's Maddie Jenner was the most dominant player for the nation's most powerful girls' lacrosse program this season, singlehandedly taking over games and frustrating opponents with her skills.

Caps Today, 6/8/17

In December of 2016, the Washington Capitals visited patients at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital as a team.

PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: June 8, 2017

Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including the Nationals-Dodgers pitchers duel between Stephen Strasburg and Clayton Kershaw, an update from Redskins OTAs and more.

Trey Mancini's Home Runs Give Orioles Another Extra-Inning Win

"Baseball is the game where you never know what can happen," Trey Mancini said after hitting a game-tying, pinch-hit home run in the ninth and the game-winning home run in the 11th.

Ravens Release Injured TE Dennis Pitta

The Baltimore Ravens released tight end Dennis Pitta with an injury waiver June 7, five days after the popular tight end suffered his third major hip injury, which is likely to be career-ending for the seven-year veteran.

Q&A: Impact Wrestling Hall Of Famer Gail Kim

Kevin Eck caught up with Impact Wrestling Hall of Famer Gail Kim to talk about the state of Impact's Knockouts Division, her upcoming appearance at MCW Pro Wrestling's "Slamboree" and more.

What Does Acquisition Of Ruben Tejada Mean For Orioles?

The Orioles' acquisition of infielder Ruben Tejada and his subsequent addition to the major league club could have ramifications for the team both now and in the future.

Top Recruit Immanuel Quickley Impressed With Terps Coach Mark Turgeon

"Coach Turgeon, he's been great," John Carroll School rising senior Immanuel Quickley said, as Maryland made the five-star recruit's final four list of possible schools.

Capitals Announce 2017-18 Preseason Schedule

The Washington Capitals have released their 2017-18 preseason schedule.

Natasha Cloud and Ivory Latta, Along with Caps Braden Holtby Participating in Capital Pride Parade

Capital Pride Alliance’s 2017 Capital Pride Parade presented by Marriot International will take place Saturday, June 10, at 4:30 p.m. in Washington, D.C.

Leaving Behind An Enduring Legacy, Buzz Battaglia Dies At 69

Stan "The Fan" Charles reflects on his 28-year friendship with Buzz Battaglia, who died June 6 at the age of 69.

Caps Today, 6/7/17

In 2016 Capitals captain Alex Ovechkin partnered with Papa John’s on Ovechkin’s Wish Special, a special pizza offer to raise money for Make-A-Wish Mid-Atlantic

Markieff Morris' 2016-17 Season in Review

A look back on a big season for Markieff Morris in his first full year in Washington.

Capitals Braden Holtby, Mystics Natasha Cloud and Ivory Latta to Participate in Capital Pride Parade June 10

Washington Capitals goaltender Braden Holtby and Mystics players Natasha Cloud and Ivory Latta will participate in the Capital Pride Alliance’s 2017 Capital Pride Parade presented by Marriot International, on Saturday, June 10, at 4:30 p.m. in Washington, D.C.

Adam Jones' Heady Play Gives Orioles Another Extra-Inning Win

Mark Trumbo may have delivered the game-winning hit, but it was Adam Jones' smart base running that was the key as the Orioles pulled off their eighth extra-inning win of the season.

Aaron Wiggins Starts Off Terps' 2018 Recruiting Class

A smooth, fluid athlete with long arms, new Terps commit Aaron Wiggins is a talented scorer who should mesh well with current Maryland guards Anthony Cowan, Kevin Huerter and Darryl Morsell.

Caps Today, 6/6/17

The Washington Capitals hosted a Hockey Fights Cancer skate with Flashes of Hope, Hope for Henry, Make-A-Wish Mid-Atlantic and Pancreatic Cancer Action Network at Kettler Capitals Iceplex in November.

Fair Hill International One Of Two Finalists To Host Four-Star Competition

Fair Hill International is making a bid to host a "four-star" competition beginning in fall 2019, with a decision expected later in June or in July.

Ravens Sign Two Cornerbacks, Release Kyle Arrington

The Ravens have signed cornerbacks Brandon Boykin and Al-Hajj Shabazz and released Kyle Arrington with a failed physical designation as they look to compensate for the injury to Tavon Young.

Wizards Draft Workouts - 6/6/17

The Wizards will work out another six players on Tuesday.

Orioles Star Adam Jones Dresses The Part At WWE's 'Extreme Rules'

"We all have enjoyed wrestling as kids, and we're still big kids at heart," Orioles center fielder Adam Jones said, after dressing up as former WWE star Virgil to attend WWE's "Extreme Rules" pay-per-view event.

Stan 'The Fan' Charles’ MLB Power Rankings: June 5, 2017

The Baltimore Orioles remain in the top 10 in Stan "The Fan" Charles' latest MLB power rankings.

Fantasy Baseball Risers, Fallers: June 5, 2017

Phil Backert highlights the top fantasy baseball risers and fallers, from Yankees outfielder Aaron Hicks to Twins second baseman Brian Dozier.

How Have Orioles Fared In MLB Draft?

The Orioles have high hopes for the 2017 MLB First-Year Player Draft June 12-14, but how have the team's picks panned out from Dan Duquette's first five drafts?

Trotz Family, MSE Foundation Volunteers Visit Fort Dupont for Service Project

Washington Capitals head coach Barry Trotz, wife Kim and children Nolan and Shalan, joined more than 100 Caps fans to participate in a Monumental Sports & Entertainment Foundation (MSE Foundation) service project to help spruce up Fort Dupont Ice Arena in Southeast Washington, D.C., on June 3.

Could The Ravens Sign WR Jeremy Maclin?

Could the Baltimore Ravens sign recently released wide receiver Jeremy Maclin? Bo Smolka says the biggest issue could be the price.

Tim Kurkjian: If Orioles Have Chance To Make Playoffs, They Should Keep Manny Machado

ESPN's Tim Kurkjian says as long as the Baltimore Orioles are still in the playoff hunt, it doesn't make sense to try and trade Manny Machado.

PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: June 5, 2017

Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including the Nationals' slugfest win against the Athletics, outfielder Jayson Werth's toe injury and more.

Chris Tillman Decent, But Not Good Enough In 7-3 Loss To Boston

Right-hander Chris Tillman gave up three earned runs over six innings, but it wasn't enough to catch the Boston Red Sox, who ended up defeating the Baltimore Orioles 7-3 June 4.

Wizards Draft Workouts - 6/5/17

Six players will work out for the Wizards on Monday at Verizon Center.

Bradley Beal’s 2016-17 Season in Review

A look at Bradley Beal's 2016-17 season.

Fred Manfra Says Goodbye To Generations Of Orioles Fans

Longtime Baltimore Orioles broadcaster Fred Manfra takes a look a back at his time with the Orioles as the 70-year-old Baltimore native calls his final game June 4 against the Boston Red Sox.

Orioles Do Little Against David Price In 5-2 Loss To Red Sox

Right-hander Dylan Bundy had a solid start, but the three runs he gave up through five innings proved to be the difference in the Baltimore Orioles' 5-2 loss to the Boston Red Sox.

Top 10 Dunks of the Year

Counting down the top 10 dunks from the 2016-17 year.

Orioles Have A Little More Time To Make Decisions On Alvarez, Jackson

Right fielder Pedro Alvarez and pitcher Edwin Jackson, two longtime major leaguers now at the Baltimore Orioles' Triple-A Norfolk team, agreed to postpone their opt-out dates for a few days.

Glenn Clark Radio Week In Review: May 29-June 2, 2017

In case you missed anything from Glenn Clark Radio this week, here are a few highlights to check out, including interviews with Justin Forsett and John Tillman.

Alec Asher Is Superb As Orioles Win Third Straight

Right-hander Alec Asher gave up just two runs over six innings as the Baltimore Orioles won their third straight game by beating the Boston Red Sox 3-2, June 2.

Ravens TE Dennis Pitta Suffers Another Hip Injury

Ravens tight end Dennis Pitta suffered another hip injury during an OTA workout June 2, putting his NFL career in jeopardy one year after an inspiring return from two previous hip injuries.

Injuries To Closers Not Cause Of Orioles' And Yankees' Skids

Jim Henneman says it's merely coincidence the Orioles' Zach Britton and the Yankees' Aroldis Chapman went on the disabled list roughly the same time their teams hit the skids.

Matt Rambo Wins First Tewaaraton Award For Terps Men's Lacrosse

Senior attackman Matt Rambo won the 2017 Tewaaraton Award, marking the first time a Maryland men's lacrosse player has received the sport's highest honor.

Maryland's Zoe Stukenberg Earns Tewaaraton Award

Senior midfielder Zoe Stukenberg won the 2017 Tewaaraton Award, marking the sixth straight year a University of Maryland women's lacrosse player has received the sport's highest honor.

Will Pedro Alvarez Play For The Orioles In 2017?

In spring training, significant attention was spent on the signings of Pedro Alvarez and Michael Bourn to minor league contracts with the Orioles. So where do things stand with them now?

Five Observations From Ravens OTAS

Bo Smolka shares five observations for the Ravens' June 1 OTA workout, and he says Danny Woodhead will likely be a major factor in the Ravens' short passing game.

Fantasy Baseball Waiver-Wire Targets: June 2, 2017

Phil Backert surveys the fantasy baseball waiver wire, and he says owners are running out of time to pick up Padres starting pitcher Dinelson Lamet.

PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: June 2, 2017

Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including a look ahead to the Nationals' game against the Athletics and the Capitals' re-signing of forward Nathan Walker.

Orioles' Big Bats Heat Up In Win Against Red Sox

After a prolonged slumber, the Orioles have scored 17 runs in two nights, including a 7-5 win against Boston June 1, as their big bats finally seem to be heating up.

Ravens CB Tavon Young Tears ACL During OTAs

Ravens second-year cornerback Tavon Young tore his ACL during the team's OTA workout June 1, dealing a significant blow to a secondary that head coach John Harbaugh has called the deepest in his 10-year tenure with the team.

John Wall's 2016-17 Season in Review

A look at John Wall's 2016-17 season.

Maurice Canady Impressive In Ravens' OTA Workout

Second-year cornerback Maurice Canady made the most of his opportunities during the Ravens' OTA workout June 1, hauling in three interceptions and nearly grabbing a couple others.

NHL Updates Critical Dates for June Expansion Draft

League release highlights important dates leading up to and beyond this month's expansion draft that adds Vegas franchise as NHL's 31st team

Capitals Fan Fest to be held Tuesday, June 27

Peter Bondra, Mike Knuble, and Olaf Kolzig Highlight Caps Alumni Exhibition; Development Camp to take place at Kettler Capitals Iceplex from June 27 through July 1

Caps Re-sign Walker

Washington starts what's likely to be a busy summer by signing the 23-year-old Australian forward to a two-year contract extension

Capitals, MSE Foundation Close Out 2016-17 Community Campaign Raising More Than $900,000 for Charity

During the 2016-17 season, the Washington Capitals and Monumental Sports & Entertainment Foundation (MSE Foundation) participated in or implemented nearly 40 programs across multiple causes and raised more than $900,000 in support of charitable organizations across the Washington, D.C., region.

Capitals Re-sign Nathan Walker

The Washington Capitals have re-signed left wing Nathan Walker to a two-year, two-way contract.

Marriotts Ridge Brings Home Girls' Doubles State Tennis Title

Abby Thornton and Veronica Cuellar became the first girls' doubles team from Howard County to win a state title since 2000 and the first tennis players from Marriotts Ridge to win a state title of any kind.

Orioles Not Faring Well In Early All-Star Voting Results

For the past five years, the Orioles have had at least two representatives on the American League All-Star team, but early results indicate that might not be the case this year.

With Ace Brian Shaffer, Maryland Baseball Well-Armed For NCAA's

Junior Brian Shaffer has become the unquestioned ace of Maryland's pitching staff and is a significant reason for the Terps' return to the NCAA Tournament.

PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: June 1, 2017

Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including Max Scherzer's complete game, 100-pitch effort as the Nationals defeated the Giants, 3-1, to record the three-game sweep.

Caps Today, 6/1/17

Washington ranked tied for third in the NHL in power-play percentage this season (23.1%) and posted a 37-6-2 record in games when it scored a power-play goal.

New Terp Garland Owens Jr. 'Always Thought About' Trying Football

Former Boston College basketball player, and Magruder High School alum, Garland Owens Jr. will join the Terps football program this fall. "I've always wanted to go to Maryland," he said.

Barry and Kim Trotz, MSE Foundation Volunteers to Visit Fort Dupont June 3 for Service Project

Washington Capitals head coach Barry Trotz and wife Kim, Red Rockers, mascot Slapshot and more than 100 Caps fans will participate in a Monumental Sports & Entertainment Foundation (MSE Foundation) service project to help spruce up Fort Dupont Ice Arena in Southeast Washington, D.C., on Saturday, June 3, from 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.

PressBox High School Lacrosse Newsletter Vol. 79

Todd Karpovich looks back at the 2017 high school lacrosse season, as Calvert Hall made a strong case for consideration as the nation's top boys' lacrosse team, Severna Park boys captured a second consecutive title and more.

PNC Lacrosse Spotlight: Glenelg Attacker Lindsay LeTellier

Glenelg attacker Lindsay LeTellier talks with PressBox about the Gladiators' second consecutive Class 3A/2A state title, her leadership role and more.

Orioles Bats Wake Up, Take Series From Yankees

The Orioles scored more runs than they had in any home game this season as they topped the Yankees, 10-4, May 31. The Orioles have defeated the Yankees in 11 straight series in Baltimore since the start of the 2014 season.

Redskins Close out May with an OTA!

The Redskins were back on the practice fields to wrap up the month of May and take another step closer to trainin camp in late July. Before that, a lot of work still has to be done and a lot of decisions or first impressions are being made. Sometimes that's good and occasionally it's a bad sign.

Could Chris Tillman Be Pushing Too Hard For A Contract?

Stan "The Fan" Charles asks, could Chris Tillman's desire to prove worthy of a long-term deal be pushing him beyond what he is physically capable of producing right now?

Five Free Agents The Ravens Could Target

Bo Smolka takes a look at five free agents who could help fill some of the Ravens' needs, including former Raven Anquan Boldin.

WWE Extreme Rules Preview And Predictions

Kevin Eck takes a look at the matches that have been announced for WWE's "Extreme Rules" pay-per-view at Royal Farms Arena June 4 and offers his predictions for each.

Back to Business

After sifting through the rubble of another early postseason exit, GM Brian MacLellan turns his attention back to the Caps' roster and the '17-18 season

Buck Showalter On Basebrawls: Maybe Players Should Be Suspended For Stupidity

In light of the recent brawl involving Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper and Giants reliever Hunter Strickland, Orioles manager Buck Showalter said he'd like to see players get suspended for "stupidity."

Maryland, UMBC Headed To NCAA Tournament's Winston-Salem Regional

The 2017 college baseball season will continue for Maryland and UMBC. The Terps earned an at-large bid and the No. 3 seed, while UMBC earned an automatic bid and a No. 4 seed.

PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: May 31, 2017

Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper's four-game suspension for charging the mound during Washington's game against the Giants May 29.

Capitals Prospects to Compete in Rookie Tournament

Washington to host rookie tournament at Germain Arena in Estero, Florida

Otto Porter's 2016-17 Season in Review

Washington's former top-3 pick took another big step in the right direction in 2016-17. What's next?

Caps Today, 5/31/17

The Capitals earned their 50th win of the season on March 28 at Minnesota, marking the second consecutive season (2015-16: 56) and fifth time in franchise history the Capitals have won 50 games in a season.

Chris Tillman Surrenders Three Home Runs In Loss To Yankees

"I feel really good, actually. It's been getting better every start," Chris Tillman said of his shoulder after giving up five runs on seven hits in 2.2 innings May 30. "... That's an excuse, and that's not one I'm going to use."

Terps' John Tillman Praises Team's Heart In Title Win

"Sometimes your heart gets broken," Maryland lacrosse head coach John Tillman said. "At some point, you've got to get off the mat, dust yourself off and keep going. And that's what I'm so proud of with this group."

For Dennis Pitta, Staying With Ravens Was Worth Pay Cut

"We have been here eight years and have some deep roots here," Ravens tight end Dennis Pitta said. "I love playing for this team, for this organization, obviously for this city. It was important for me to stay."

Naval Academy To Host Outdoor NHL Game Between Capitals, Maple Leafs

Navy-Marine Corps Stadium in Annapolis, Md., will host an outdoor NHL game between the Washington Capitals and Toronto Maple Leafs in the 2018 Coors Light NHL Stadium Series March 3, 2018.

Former Pitcher Jim Gott Reflects On His Role In Cal Ripken Jr.'s Streak

On Sunday, May 30, 1982, there were 21,632 fans in attendance at Baltimore's Memorial Stadium to see the Orioles lose to the Toronto Blue Jays. But little did they know they were witnessing history 13 years in the making.

Fantasy Baseball Risers, Fallers: May 30, 2017

Phil Backert highlights the top fantasy baseball risers and fallers, including Nationals starter Stephen Strasburg and Reds outfielder Adam Duvall.

Can Orioles Slugger Chris Davis Break Out Of His Slump?

Since May 18, Chris Davis is 3-for-42 (.071) with 23 strikeouts, 11 of them looking. So what's going on with the Orioles' first baseman, and can he get out of his slump?

In Presumed Final Interview, Frank Deford Weighed In On Preakness, Manny Machado, More

In what was likely his final interview before his death May 28, legendary sportswriter and Baltimore native Frank Deford spoke to Glenn Clark about his jabs at soccer fans, the future of Preakness at Pimlico and more.

Caps Today, 5/30/17

The Washington Capitals will host the Toronto Maple Leafs in the 2018 Coors Light NHL Stadium Series on March 3, 2018 at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium.

PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: May 30, 2017

Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including Bryce Harper and Hunter Strickland's brawl during the Nationals' 3-0 win against the Giants and the Terps' first men's lacrosse championship since 1975.

Wizards Draft Workouts - 5/30/17

Six NBA Draft prospects will work out for the Wizards on Tuesday.

Dylan Bundy's Strong Start Helps Orioles End Seven-Game Losing Streak

Behind Dylan Bundy's seven strong innings, the Orioles defeated the New York Yankees, 3-2, to end a seven-game losing streak May 29.

Capitals to Host Maple Leafs in 2018 Coors Light NHL Stadium Series at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium

Capitals will play in their third NHL outdoor game on March 3, 2018

Maryland Wins First Men’s Lacrosse Title Since 1975

The Maryland men's lacrosse team defeated Ohio State, 9-6, in the NCAA championship game in Foxborough, Mass., May 29.

Orioles' Buck Showalter Undecided Between Alec Asher, Ubaldo Jimenez For June 2 Start

After Alec Asher's tough start May 28, Orioles manager Buck Showalter may go back to Ubaldo Jimenez against the Boston Red Sox June 2.

Stan 'The Fan' Charles' MLB Power Rankings: May 29, 2017

The Baltimore Orioles are down seven spots to No. 10 in Stan "The Fan" Charles' MLB power rankings.

Jonathan Schoop Homers, But Orioles Drop Seventh Straight

Second baseman Jonathan Schoop hit a two-run homer in the first inning, but a lackluster start by right-hander Alec Asher led to a 8-4 loss to the Houston Astros May 28.

Terps Win Fourth NCAA Women’s Lacrosse Title Of Decade

The Maryland women's lacrosse team defeated Boston College, 16-13, in the NCAA championship game in Foxborough, Mass. May 28.

Wade Miley Struggles As Orioles Drop Sixth Straight

Wade Miley recorded 15 outs or fewer for the fifth time in six starts as the Orioles fell to the Astros, 5-2, May 27.

Terps Advance To Championship Game For Third Straight Year

Dylan Maltz scored two goals to help Maryland defeat Denver in Foxborough, Mass. May 27 to earn a spot in the men's lacrosse national championship game against Ohio State May 29.

Glenn Clark Radio Week In Review: May 22-26, 2017

In case you missed anything from Glenn Clark Radio this week, here are a few highlights to check out, including interviews with Buster Olney and Jacoby Jones.

Baltimore Orioles Fall To Houston Astros For Fifth Consecutive Loss

Orioles right-hander Kevin Gausman had his second consecutive solid start, but the Orioles' bats were silent in a 2-0 loss to the Houston Astros May 26.

Legacy Of Lt. Brendan Looney Lives On At Naval Academy

In honor of Memorial Day, Glenn Clark spoke to the family of Lt. Brendan Looney, a standout lacrosse player at the Naval Academy who was killed in a helicopter crash in Afghanistan in 2010.

Five Observations From Ravens OTAs

Bo Smoka shares five observations from the Ravens' OTA workouts, and he says Lorenzo Taliaferro has a chance to make the Ravens' 53-man roster as a fullback.

Fantasy Baseball Waiver-Wire Watch: May 26, 2017

Phil Backert surveys the fantasy baseball waiver wire, and he suggests owners pick Braves first baseman Matt Adams and Yankees outfielder Aaron Hicks.

PressBox, GBMC Honor St. Paul's School For Girls' Annabel Hennessy

St. Paul's School for Girls track and field athlete Annabel Hennessy was honored with the PressBox Unsung Hero Award presented by GBMC.

Breshad Perriman Excels In Ravens First OTA Workouts

"You look at Breshad [Perriman] and nobody, I think, is having a better camp than him so far," tight end Dennis Pitta said. "He's making big plays everywhere, catching everything thrown his way."

Donna Woodruff To Guide Loyola University Athletics

"Loyola is indeed a special place, and I am thrilled to be here," new athletic director Donna Woodruff said. "I've always wanted to be in places where there were aspirant ideas for tomorrow, and I see a lot of that here."

What's Wrong With Orioles Starter Kevin Gausman?

After a strong finish to the 2016 season, Kevin Gausman is now, statistically, one of the worst starting pitchers in the American League. So what's wrong with the right-hander?

Maryland, Towson Men's Lacrosse Have Chance To Meet In National Title Game

Top-seeded Maryland appears primed to end its 41-year title drought, while Towson has looked equally impressive entering the semifinals. Could the two schools meet in the national championship?

PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: May 25, 2017

Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including the Nationals' 5-1 win against the Mariners and Terps forward Justin Jackson's decision to withdraw from the NBA Draft and return to Maryland.

Caps Today, 5/25/17

Washington posted a 32-7-2 record at home this season, marking the franchise record for home wins in a season.

Roundtable: Putting 2016-17 season into perspective

Five questions at the conclusion of the 2016-17 season.

Maryland Head Coach DJ Durkin Says New Football Facility Is 'Breathtaking’

Maryland football coach DJ Durkin is already seeing the new football facility's impact in recruitment and excitement for the program. "I think it really just speaks to the commitment level of our university and this entire community," he said.

Orioles End Homestand On Four-Game Losing Streak

"Offensively, it's kind of been boom or bust, and that's a challenge," Orioles manager Buck Showalter said after Baltimore's 4-3 loss to the Twins, which extended its losing streak to four.

Redskins OTA Opinions and Observations - May 24

The Redskins are finally back on the practice field this week with the ability to run team drills and 11-on-11 reps. It's phase three of the conditioning program but it was the first time that media was allowed to see a full practice since last August. So, here's what we saw!

PressBox High School Lacrosse Newsletter Vol. 78

The matchups are set for the MIAA lacrosse championships, Glenelg girls complete undefeated season, Bel Air girls win first state championship and the latest regional power rankings are here.

Calvert Hall, McDonogh To Battle For MIA 'A' Supremacy

Calvert Hall and McDonogh will meet for the MIAA "A" conference lacrosse championship game May 25 at Johns Hopkins' Homewood Field, with a crowd of more than 2,000 expected.

PNC Lacrosse Spotlight: St. Paul's School For Girls Attacker/Defender Maggie Root

St. Paul's School For Girls attacker/defender Maggie Root talks with PressBox about what she will remember most about playing lacrosse at St. Paul's, her decision to commit to Maryland and more.

Buster Olney: 'No Chance' Orioles Re-Sign Manny Machado

ESPN's Buster Olney doesn't think the Orioles will re-sign Manny Machado before he becomes a free agent after the 2018 season, and he says the team should be talking about whether to trade him before this year's trade deadline.

Jim Henneman Remembers Former Umpire Steve Palermo

Jim Henneman shares his memories of former MLB umpire Steve Palermo, who died May 14 after losing a bout with cancer only a few knew had reached the serious stage.

Terps' Justin Jackson Withdraws From NBA Draft, Will Return To Maryland

Maryland forward Justin Jackson will return to school for his sophomore season after testing the NBA Draft waters this spring, the Terps announced May 24.

Q&A With Former WWE Writer/Producer Bruce Prichard

Kevin Eck caught up with former WWE writer/producer Bruce Prichard to talk about his upcoming live podcast at Jimmy's Famous Seafood, his new role with Impact Wrestling and more.

Looking At The Matchups For Maryland, Navy In Women's Lacrosse Final Four

Maryland women's lacrosse, the nation's only undefeated team, is making its ninth straight appearance in the Final Four, while Navy is preparing for its first trip to the national semifinals.

Orioles Prospect D.J. Stewart Enjoying Development Process At Bowie

Now with the Double-A Bowie Baysox, Baltimore Orioles prospect D.J. Stewart has made some subtle changes to his batting stance to add another layer to his development.

PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: May 24, 2017

Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including the Nationals' 10-1 win against the Mariners, some notable absences from Redskins OTAs, Justin Jackson's future at Maryland and more.

Caps Today, 5/24/17

The Capitals defeated the New York Rangers 2-0 on April 5 to clinch the Presidents’ Trophy for the third time in franchise history (2009-10, 2015-16) and the second consecutive season.

Ubaldo Jimenez Will Stay In Orioles' Rotation, For Now

For now, Ubaldo Jimenez will remain in the Orioles' starting rotation. "We take each day as it comes," manager Buck Showalter said, "and see where we are as a pitching staff after each outing."

Ubaldo Jimenez Costing Orioles More Than Just His Salary

Stan "The Fan" Charles says it's sheer folly for the Orioles to keep Ubaldo Jimenez in the rotation in hopes of catching lightning in a bottle.

South Carroll Softball One Win Away From First State Title Game Appearance

The South Carroll softball team has enjoyed a banner 2017 season, and the Cavaliers are one win away from making their first appearance in a state final.

Important Summer 2017 Dates

A look at the key summer dates for the 2017 offseason.

Orioles Have Made Small Pitching Moves Count

In less than six months, Dan Duquette has acquired eight pitchers currently on the Baltimore Orioles' 40-man roster, and for the most part, they've done well.

Maryland Jockey Club's Sal Sinatra On Preakness Future: Question Is Always Economics

Maryland Jockey Club president Sal Sinatra joined Glenn Clark Radio to discuss the future of the Preakness: "We're working to get Baltimore a premier event at a premier facility. And we hope that it's here in Baltimore."

Caps Today, 5/23/17

The Capitals posted a 55-19-8 record this season, marking the second-most wins and third-most points (118) in a season in franchise history.

Former Raven Matt Elam Arrested On Battery And Grand Theft Larceny Charges

Former Ravens safety Matt Elam has been arrested for the second time in three months, further putting in doubt any chance the former first-round pick can resume his disappointing NFL career.

PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: May 23, 2017

Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories as the Nationals prepare for a three-game series against the Mariners and the Redskins begin OTAs. Plus, is shortening NFL overtime a good idea?

After Another Difficult Start, What Will Orioles Do With Ubaldo Jimenez?

After another rough outing, will the Orioles stick with Ubaldo Jimenez in the rotation or move him to the bullpen as they've done in the past?

Allen: "We're Getting Close!"

Bruce Allen sometimes says very little and holds his cards close to his chest. Occasionally, you can pick up a drip or two out of the rock and get some sense of what he's thinking. Monday was one of those days. Now, what's next?

Maryland Well-Represented In Men's, Women's Division I Lacrosse Final Four

Of the eight teams in the 2017 NCAA Division I men's and women's lacrosse Final Four, four hail from the state of Maryland.

Key Summer Dates

The offseason is underway in DC, and there are several dates to be mindful of between now and the start of the 2017-18 NHL season in October

Stan 'The Fan' Charles' MLB Power Rankings: May 22, 2017

The Baltimore Orioles are up to No. 3 in Stan "The Fan" Charles' latest MLB power rankings after winning two of three from Blue Jays helped them steady the ship.

Wizards headed back to Vegas for NBA Summer League 2017

The Wizards are headed back to Las Vegas for NBA Summer League 2017

Five Players To Watch At Ravens OTAs

Bo Smolka highlights five players to watch as the Ravens begin their OTAs -- players who are under pressure this summer and would perhaps benefit most from a strong showing at OTAs and minicamp.

Fantasy Baseball Risers, Fallers: May 22, 2017

Phil Backert highlights the top fantasy baseball risers and fallers, and he says now's a great time to take a step back and formulate a plan to attack any categories that are in need of improvement.

Caps Today, 5/22/17

Nicklas Backstrom and Team Sweden defeated Canada 2-1 (SO) on Sunday to win the gold medal at the 2017 IIHF World Championship.

Baltimore's Gervonta Davis Retains IBF Super Featherweight Title With Third-Round TKO

Baltimore boxer Gervonta Davis successfully defended his IBF super featherweight title, as he pummeled Britain's Liam Walsh in a third-round TKO in East London May 20.

PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: May 22, 2017

Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including the Nationals' 3-2 victory against the Braves to snap a four-game losing streak, Maryland men's and women's lacrosse in the hunt for the NCAA title and more.

Wade Miley Makes One Mistake And Orioles Suffer Hard-Luck Loss

Despite Orioles left-hander Wade Miley pitching through seven innings, the three-run homer he gave up in the first ended up being the difference in a 3-1 loss to the Toronto Blue Jays May 21.

Orioles' Ryan Flaherty Goes To Disabled List With Sore Shoulder

Baltimore Orioles infielder Ryan Flaherty was placed on the 10-day disabled list with right shoulder tendinitis May 21; infielder Paul Janish will temporarily take Flaherty's spot as he recovers.

Baltimore Native's 'Gamble' Pays Off In Preakness Win

Hedge fund billionaire and Baltimore native Seth Klarman said the thrill of his horse Cloud Computing winning the Preakness Stakes was, "the highlight of our careers so far as thoroughbred owners."

Welington Castillo Does It Again As Orioles Continue Home Mastery

Orioles catcher Welington Castillo homered for the third time in his last two games as he led Baltimore to a 7-5 win against Toronto and back on top of the AL East.

Cloud Computing Makes Late Sprint To Win Preakness

Even though morning odds favorites Always Dreaming and Classic Empire raced out to an early lead, Cloud Computing passed both horses late to win the 142nd Preakness Stakes May 20.

Always Dreaming Remains Early Favorite At Preakness Stakes

With only a few hours until the Preakness Stakes May 20, Kentucky Derby winner Always Dreaming was a 4-5 favorite in the morning line odds with Classic Empire following behind at 3-1.

Glenn Clark Radio Week In Review: May 15-19, 2017

In case you missed anything from Glenn Clark Radio this week, here are a few highlights to check out, including interviews with DJ Durkin and Chris Lee.

Orioles' Welington Castillo Ends Long, Wet Night With Home Run

Catcher Welington Castillo continued his hot streak at the plate with a two-run homer in the 10th inning to give the Baltimore Orioles a 5-3 win against the Toronto Blue Jays May 19.

Actress Grabs Spotlight In Black-Eyed Susan Stakes

Actress overcame both the odds and tumultuous weather to come back and win the 93rd Black-Eyed Susan Stakes by a nose over Lights Of Medina May 19.

Marty Mornhinweg Takes No Offense To Ravens' Focus On Defense In NFL Draft

Only time will tell if the Ravens' defensive-minded draft picks will pan out, but one thing is certain, offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg was on board with the Ravens' "best-available-player" philosophy.

Streaky John Carroll Softball Team Ends Season With IAAM 'A' Title

Despite an up-and-down season, the John Carroll softball team utilized strong team chemistry and a prolific offense to win the program's first championship since 1999.

Playing At Preakness Strikes Right Note For Country Band LOCASH

"It's a wow factor for me," Baltimore native and LOCASH member Chris Lucas said of playing Preakness. "... I love our city. Baltimore's such a great place."

Fantasy Baseball Waiver-Wire Watch: May 19, 2017

Phil Backert surveys the fantasy baseball waiver wire and says there are several viable options for owners of injured Freddie Freeman.

PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: May 19, 2017

Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including the Nationals' 10-4 loss to the Pirates and Wizards guard John Wall being named third-team all-NBA.

Orioles Hope To Quickly Forget About Painful Road Trip

When the Orioles return to Camden Yards May 19, they will try and forget their roughest stretch of the 2017 season. In a three-city trip May 10-18, they lost six of seven, and all six were one-run losses.

Navy Women's Lacrosse Reaches Elite Eight For First Time

Led by freshman Kelly Larkin, the Navy women's lacrosse team will take a 17-4 record and an eight-game winning streak into its game at defending NCAA champion North Carolina May 20.

John Wall Named All-NBA Third Team

The National Basketball Association announced today that Washington Wizards guard John Wall has been named to the All-NBA Third Team.

Wall named to All-NBA Third Team

John Wall was named to the All-NBA Third Team on Thursday to cap off his career season.

NBC Horse Racing Analyst Laffit Pincay III Breaks Down Preakness Field

NBC horse racing analyst Laffit Pincay III weighs in with who he thinks might challenge Always Dreaming during the 142nd running of the Preakness Stakes May 20.

Towson, Maryland Men's Lacrosse Face Stern Tests In NCAA Quarterfinals

For the second straight year, Towson is one of eight teams still in the hunt for a national title, while Maryland is looking to bring home its first national championship since 1975.

Are Kirk & the Redskins Close to Tying the Knot?

July 15th is still more than 50 days away but the clock is ticking for the Redskins and Kirk Cousins. They say deadlines spur actions, but last year, it meant nothing. Will this year be different? Yes. Why? Because both sides know that it is a bad look and bad for business to operate short-term. So where does that bring us?

Washington Capitals, Monumental Sports & Entertainment Foundation to Host Bourbon & Cigar Fundraiser June 26

Monumental Sports & Entertainment Foundation announced today a Bourbon & Cigar fundraising event benefitting the Washington Capitals Alumni Association (WCAA) to be held Monday, June 26, from 7-10 p.m. at the W Hotel Rooftop in Washington, D.C.

Coach Thibault Signs Multi-Year Extension

Thibault recently engineered one of the most impactful offseasons in league history when he acquired Olympian and WNBA MVP Elena Delle Done and signed All-Star and WNBA Champion Kristi Toliver prior to the 2017 season.

Orioles Serenade Brooks Robinson On His 80th Birthday

Watch as the Baltimore Orioles sing "Happy Birthday" to Orioles legend Brooks Robinson on his 80th birthday.

Pimlico's Murky Future Hovers Over Preakness

As the world of thoroughbred horse racing prepares for this weekend's 142nd Preakness Stakes, the big question on many minds isn't really who wins or loses but how much longer this historic race will be held at Pimlico Race Course.

As Bullpen Struggles Continue, Orioles Option Donnie Hart

This year, the Orioles had hoped Donnie Heart could take on a bullpen role more significant than a lefty specialist, but he wasn't terribly effective and has now been optioned to Triple-A.

Always Dreaming The Early Favorite For Preakness Stakes

Always Dreaming landed the ideal post position, the No. 4 slot, for the Preakness Stakes, and setting up a dramatic start, Always Dreaming's chief competitor, Classic Empire, snagged the No. 5 gate.

Orioles Designate Catcher Francisco Pena, Call Up Reliever Stefan Crichton

A day after using all six relievers in a 13-inning game, the Baltimore Orioles' six-man bullpen experiment is over, at least for now.

PressBox High School Lacrosse Newsletter Vol. 77

The future looks bright for Garrison Forest, McDonogh girls' lacrosse extends its winning streak and the latest regional power rankings are here.

Glenn Clark Offers Five Tips For Attending Preakness

Never been to Preakness before? Don't worry, Glenn Clark has five tips for attending Preakness to help you get the most out of your visit to Old Hilltop.

Boys' Latin Prevails In 100th Regular-Season Meeting With St. Paul's

The 100th game between Boys' Latin and St. Paul's lacrosse lived up to its lofty expectations with another classic matchup between the two storied programs.

PNC Lacrosse Spotlight: Bryn Mawr Attacker Alex Marino

Bryn Mawr junior Alex Marino talks with PressBox about the Mawrtians' success this season, the high level of lacrosse competition in the IAAM, her decision to commit to Syracuse and more.

12 Wrestlers Other Than Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson Who Could Run For President In 2020

Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson created a buzz when he said a 2020 presidential run is "a real possibility." With that in mind, Kevin Eck looks at a dozen current and former wrestling stars who might also be up for a White House run.

Caps Today, 5/17/17

The Capitals’ AHL affiliate, the Hershey Bears, will face the Providence Bruins in Game 7 of the Atlantic Division Finals on Wednesday at Giant Center in Hershey.

Will Any Ravens Rookies Start Right Away?

It's rare for a rookie to crack the Week 1 starting lineup, but will any of the Baltimore Ravens' 2017 draft picks start right away? Bo Smolka breaks down each rookie's chances.

PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: May 17, 2017

Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper's torrid offensive pace, the future of Wizards free-agent Otto Porter and more.

Orioles' Extra-Inning Heroics Mask Bullpen Shortcomings

The Baltimore Orioles have already played seven extra-inning games this season, but their 6-1 record shouldn't mask the shaky performance from the bullpen.

Melvin Mora Hopes Orioles Can Diversify Organization With Venezuelan Players

Former Orioles infielder Melvin Mora now runs a baseball academy in Venezuela, and he's hoping to see more players from his native country make it to the major leagues, and to the Orioles.

Welington Castillo Proving His Value To Orioles

After missing two weeks with right shoulder tendinitis, catcher Welington Castillo is back, and that bodes well for the Orioles.

Johns Hopkins Baseball Rolls Into Mid-Atlantic Regional As Top Seed

The Johns Hopkins University baseball team is back in familiar territory, as the Blue Jays are making their second consecutive trip to the NCAA Division III tournament -- and the program's 13th in the past 17 years.

Glenn Younes: Is There A Sports Jinx In D.C.?

After Game 7 losses by the Wizards and Capitals, Glenn Younes wonders if there really is a sports jinx in D.C.

Former Ravens Vinny Testaverde, Derrick Alexander Remember Michael Jackson As Great Friend, Teammate

Former Ravens Vinny Testaverde and Derrick Alexander joined Glenn Clark Radio to share memories of their friend and teammate Michael Jackson, who died May 12 in a motorcycle accident.

Always Dreaming Leads 2017 Preakness Field

Bill Ordine looks at the 10 horses entered into the Preakness May 20, including Kentucky Derby winner Always Dreaming.

Ravens Sign Four Undrafted Rookies, Including Quarterback-Turned-Receiver

The Baltimore Ravens have signed four undrafted rookies, including a former quarterback who, like Navy's Keenan Reynolds, is trying to make the switch to NFL receiver.

John Velazquez Looks To Complete Personal Triple Crown At Preakness

After winning the Kentucky Derby May 6, Always Dreaming jockey John Velazquez has won four Triple Crown races, but he's still looking for his first Preakness win.

PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: May 16, 2017

Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including the Wizards' 115-105 Game 7 loss to the Celtics, as Washington struggled with defense and bench production, plus the latest from the Capitals, Redskins and Nationals.

Celtics end Wizards' season in Game 7, 115-105

The Wizards could not withstand a second half push from the Celtics in Game 7.

Checking In On Ravens GM Ozzie Newsome's Wish List

Ravens GM Ozzie Newsome identified three areas of need at the team's end-of-season news conference. Have they addressed those needs yet? Bo Smolka checks in.

Caps Today, 5/15/17

he Capitals’ AHL affiliate, the Hershey Bears, defeated the Providence Bruins 3-2 (OT) on Sunday in Game 5 of the Atlantic Division Finals.

Fantasy Baseball Risers, Fallers: May 15, 2017

Phil Backert highlights the top fantasy baseball risers and fallers, including Orioles third baseman Manny Machado and former Orioles right-hander Jake Arrieta of the Chicago Cubs.

Stan 'The Fan' Charles' MLB Power Rankings: May 15, 2017

The Baltimore Orioles hold steady at No. 4 in Stan "The Fan" Charles' latest MLB power rankings, one of three AL East teams in the top 10.

Chris Davis: To Win One-Run Games, Orioles Need To Eliminate Mistakes

The Baltimore Orioles have lost four games in a row, all by one run, but Chris Davis says he likes what he's seen lately, it's just a question of "eliminating some of the mistakes."

PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: May 15, 2017

Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including the Wizards' Game 7 matchup against the Celtics tonight in Boston, plus the Mystics' season-opening win, the Redskins' training camp schedule and more.

Everybody Loves Kirby

Whether it's with his trademark laugh, his cooking skills or his lessons in baseball and life, Orioles first base coach Wayne Kirby has endeared himself to everyone in his circle.

There's A Lot To Know About Orioles Slugger Trey Mancini

By now you've heard about Trey Mancini's prodigious home-run hitting, but there's a lot more to know about the Orioles' slugger, including he once considered becoming a doctor.

Ravens Go On The Defensive During 2017 NFL Draft

Given the Ravens' emphasis on defense during the 2017 NFL Draft, Bo Smolka says it doesn't take a genius to recognize the Ravens are still smarting from the way their defense wilted late last season.