Keenan Reynolds: 'Huge Honor' To Take Part In Wreath-Laying Ceremony
Ravens wide receiver Keenan Reynolds, the former Navy quarterback who is an officer in the Navy Reserve, said it was a "huge honor" to take part in a wreath-laying ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.
Injuries Still Hampering Ravens Offense
The third NFL preseason game is traditionally the one when starters see the most action, but that won't be the case for the Ravens' offense, with Joe Flacco, Breshad Perriman, Danny Woodhead and Ronnie Stanley still battling injuries.
Looking Ahead At Possible Orioles September Call-ups
Rich Dubroff spotlights some of the Baltimore Orioles' potential September call-ups when major league rosters can expand to 40 players.
Navy Rallies Around OC Ivin Jasper, Whose Son Likely Needs A Heart Transplant
In the midst of preparing for the start of the 2017 season, the Navy football team has rallied around offensive coordinator Ivin Jasper, whose son will likely need a heart transplant.
PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: Aug. 23, 2017
Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including the Nationals' strong bullpen performance in a 4-3 win against the Astros, an update on the Terps' quarterback situation and more.
Is Tyrrell Pigrome Closing In On Terps' Starting Quarterback Job?
Sophomore Tyrrell Pigrome was the only quarterback to work with Maryland's first-team offense during practice Aug. 22, but head coach DJ Durkin said the Terps are taking "all the time we have to make a very important decision."
Is Orioles Manager Buck Showalter Too Loyal To His Players?
Buck Showalter was asked Aug. 22 if he, perhaps, is too loyal to some of his players, and the Orioles' manager seemed put off by the question.
Manny Machado Credits Hitting Coach Scott Coolbaugh For Player Of The Week Honor
"This year has been a learning experience," Orioles third baseman Manny Machado said, giving credit to Orioles hitting coach Scott Coolbaugh. "... He's definitely made me a better hitter this year than I've ever thought of being."
Youthful Maryland Women's Soccer Team Off To Fast Start
The Maryland women's soccer team, which features 15 freshmen on its 33-player roster, can equal or surpass its 2016 win total during the first road trip of the season this weekend.
Aberdeen IronBirds Introduce Ultimate Kids Day
The Aberdeen IronBirds invite you to spend your last day of summer break at Leidos Field at Ripken Stadium for a day dedicated to young IronBirds fans.
Orioles Need To Find A Way To Maximize Dylan Bundy's Talent
Jim Henneman says Dylan Bundy is the Orioles' best starting pitcher, but figuring out how to manage his innings and maximize his value to the club is no easy task.
Fantasy Football Mock Draft: Zero Running Back Strategy
Can you build a solid fantasy football team with the zero running back strategy? Ken Zalis tests it out in a mock draft, and the results surprise him.
Ravens' Mock 53-Man Roster
NFL teams have until Sept. 2 to trim their rosters down to 53 players, but Bo Smolka already has his predictions for what the Baltimore Ravens' 53-man roster will look like.
PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: Aug. 22, 2017
Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including rehab outings for the Nationals' Trea Turner and Jayson Werth, an injury update on Redskins center Spencer Long and more.
Wade Miley Turns In Strong Start In 7-3 Orioles Win
Wade Miley pitched into the seventh inning and allowed two runs during the Orioles' 7-3 win against the Athletics Aug. 21, but has he done enough to justify the Orioles retaining him at $12 million for next season?
Ravens Cancel Practice, Visit Pentagon And Arlington National Cemetery
The Ravens' Aug. 21 team-building excursion included a tour of the Pentagon, a visit to John F. Kennedy's grave at Arlington National Cemetery and a wreath-laying at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.
Stan 'The Fan' Charles' MLB Power Rankings: Aug 21, 2017
The Baltimore Orioles drop two spots to No. 17 in Stan "The Fan" Charles' latest MLB power rankings.
Fantasy Baseball Risers, Fallers: Aug. 21, 2017
Phil Backert highlights the top fantasy baseball risers and fallers, from Orioles third baseman Manny Machado to Mets starting pitcher Jacob deGrom.
Anquan Boldin Deserves To Be In Hall Of Fame, And Hall Of Fame Deserves His Presence
While Anquan Boldin's career may be remembered more for "toughness" than "greatness," Glenn Clark says the former Ravens wide receiver absolutely deserves a spot in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: Aug. 21, 2017
Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including the Nationals' series win against the Giants, injury updates for the Redskins and more.
Walks Kill Orioles' Chances In 5-4 Loss To Angels
Three Orioles pitchers combined for nines walks as Baltimore dropped further behind in the race for an American League wild-card spot.
Patrick Ricard Using Versatility To Compete For Ravens Roster Spot
The Ravens liked Patrick Ricard enough as a defensive lineman that they moved quickly to sign the University of Maine product after the draft, and then assistant coach Greg Roman approached Ricard during OTAs about giving fullback a try.
J.J. Hardy Ready To Start Rehab Assignment
J.J. Hardy will begin his rehab assignment for Triple-A Norfolk Aug. 21, and he told manager Buck Showalter he'd like to play all nine innings.
Kevin Gausman Allows Four Home Runs As Orioles Lose, 5-1
Kevin Gausman gave up four home runs in the first four innings as the Orioles fell to the Los Angeles Angels. “It's that time of year. Mistakes go a long way,” Orioles manager Buck Showalter said.
1992 Orioles Remember Johnny Oates
As 20 members of the 1992 Orioles gathered to celebrate the 25-year existence of Oriole Park at Camden Yards the weekend of Aug. 19, a name often mentioned by them was the late Johnny Oates, who managed the Orioles from 1991-1994.
Ravens Third-String Quarterback Josh Woodrum Determined To Win A Job In NFL
Drawing inspiration from his younger brother, who has Down syndrome, Ravens third-string quarterback Josh Woodrum is making the most of his opportunity.
Center Jeremy Zuttah Back On Practice Field For Ravens
Jeremy Zuttah was back on the Ravens' practice field Aug. 19, one day after the team signed the center it had traded this past offseason as part of an effort to revamp the offensive line.
Glenn Clark Radio Week In Review: Aug. 14-18, 2017
In case you missed anything from Glenn Clark Radio this week, here are a few highlights to check out, including interviews with Adalius Thomas and Rick Dempsey.
Manny Machado's Three-Homer Night Ends Grandly For Orioles
Orioles third baseman Manny Machado hit a walk-off grand slam as part of a three-homer night to clinch a 9-7 victory over the Los Angeles Angels Aug. 18.
Tyrrell Pigrome, Kasim Hill Leading Terps' Quarterback Battle?
Quarterbacks Tyrrell Pigrome and Kasim Hill worked with Maryland's first team during practice Aug. 18, while Caleb Henderson sat out.
Twenty-Five Years Later, 1992 Orioles Players Return To Oriole Park
Nineteen players and one coach from the 1992 Orioles returned to Oriole Park at Camden Yards to celebrate the ballpark's 25 years in existence, including Cal Ripken Jr., Chris Hoiles and Rick Sutcliffe.
'Always A Raven,' Zach Orr Retires For Good
Former Ravens linebacker Zach Orr announced his retirement for good in a candid piece on the Players Tribune website after he could not find any NFL team willing to clear him medically given the spinal condition that abruptly ended his career last winter.
With Offensive Line In Flux, Ravens Sign Center Jeremy Zuttah
The Ravens announced Aug.18 that they have signed center Jeremy Zuttah, whom the team had dealt to the San Francisco 49ers in the offseason.
Stock Watch: Ravens’ Risers, Fallers After Preseason Game Vs. Dolphins
After the Ravens’ dominant win over the Miami Dolphins, Bo Smolka highlights three players whose stock is rising and three whose stock is falling, including WR/RS Keenan Reynolds.
Fantasy Baseball Waiver-Wire Watch: Aug. 18, 2017
Phil Backert surveys the fantasy baseball waiver wire, and he suggests owners target St. Louis Cardinals reliever Tyler Lyons and Minnesota Twins outfielder Eddie Rosario.
Former Hopkins Swimming Coach George Kennedy Ends Retirement To Assist At Loyola
George Kennedy, who spent 31 seasons as the men’s and women’s swimming head coach at Johns Hopkins before retiring last year, is returning as an assistant coach at Loyola University this season.
PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: Aug. 18, 2017
Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including the Nationals' 2-1 victory over the San Diego Padres, Nationals owner Mark Lerner revealing he is recovering from cancer and had his leg amputated, the Redskins preparing for tomorrow's preseason game against the Green Bay Packers, and more.
Five Takeaways From The Ravens-Dolphins Preseason Game
Bo Smolka shares five observations from the Ravens' 31-7 win over the Miami Dolphins in the teams' second preseason game, including the status of the running game and the performance of quarterback Ryan Mallet.
Gervonta Davis’ Opponent Named For His Title Defense On Mayweather-McGregor Card
Undefeated boxing champion Gervonta Davis of West Baltimore will defend his IBF super featherweight title against Francisco Fonseca Aug. 26 in Las Vegas.
As Manny Machado And Kevin Gausman Go, So Go The Orioles
Stan "The Fan" Charles says the Orioles' fortunes this season -- and next -- are largely dependent on how well third baseman Manny Machado and starter Kevin Gausman perform.
Capitals Host Seventh Annual Baltimore Street Hockey Tournament
Sticks were tapping, kids were cheering and there was an aura of competitiveness in the air as the Washington Capitals hosted their seventh annual Baltimore Street Hockey Tournament in August. More than 150 children from eight Baltimore area community centers participated in the contest.
Despite Frustrating Road Trip, Orioles Still In Playoff Hunt
The Orioles' 10-game, West Coast road trip is finished, and while it was a disappointment, the Orioles are still in the playoff hunt and there are reasons for optimism.
Five Things To Know About Orioles Starter Jeremy Hellickson
Here are five things to know about Jeremy Hellickson, Orioles starting pitcher and former American League Rookie of the Year.
Five Things To Watch In Ravens' Preseason Game Vs. Dolphins
Bo Smolka highlights five things to watch during the Ravens' preseason game against the Dolphins, including the performance of first-round pick Marlon Humphrey.
PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: Aug. 17, 2017
Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including the Nationals' 3-2 loss to the Angels, plus an update on Redskins wide receiver Josh Doctson.
Orioles End West Coast Trip With 7-6 Loss To Mariners
"It's been a long trip," Buck Showalter said after the Orioles went 4-6 on their West Coast trip. "We have a chance to roll the dice the last six weeks and that's what we hope to do -- compete with a chance to play in October."
WWE SummerSlam Preview And Predictions
Kevin Eck previews the WWE SummerSlam main event and the rest of the SummerSlam card and offers his predictions for each match.
Orioles Slugger Chris Davis Makes Strides Since Moving To Seventh Spot
Orioles first baseman Chris Davis has only been hitting seventh in the batting order for five games, but so far the results are positive.
Keenan Reynolds To Be Given More Opportunities To Win Ravens' Return Job
Former Navy quarterback Keenan Reynolds will get opportunities in the remaining preseason games to win the Ravens' return specialist job, but Baltimore isn't likely to use a roster spot on a player who only handles returns.
Fantasy Football Mock Draft: When To Draft Devonta Freeman, Jay Ajayi
For standard format fantasy football leagues, Ken Zalis recommends running backs who score touchdowns and will receive 20 or more touches per game, such as Atlanta's Devonta Freeman and Miami's Jay Ajayi.
Taylor Sebolao Leads Towson Women's Soccer Into Battle Of Baltimore
The performance of Towson goalkeeper Taylor Sebolao could determine how well the Tigers do in the Battle of Baltimore, a kickoff event featuring the area's four NCAA Division I women's soccer teams.
Five Things To Know About Orioles Shortstop Tim Beckham
Tim Beckham has been red-hot since joining the Orioles July 31. Get to know the former No. 1 overall pick and the clear front-runner to be the Orioles' shortstop in 2018.
PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: Aug. 16, 2017
Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including the Nationals' 3-1 win against the Angels, Stephen Strasburg's expected return and an injury update for Redskins safety Su'a Cravens.
Orioles Do Little Offensively, Fall To Mariners, 3-1
"We are fighting, and the goal is to win it all," catcher Welington Castillo said after the Orioles' 3-1 loss to the Mariners. "Just have a good record and make the playoffs and move on from there."
Ravens WR Breshad Perriman Dealing With 'Long-Term' Hamstring Injury
Ravens coach John Harbaugh acknowledged wide receiver Breshad Perriman is dealing with a "long-term" hamstring injury, and it seems increasingly likely the former first-round draft pick will miss the entire preseason.
Is Ravens Head Coach John Harbaugh On The Hot Seat?
Is Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh on the hot seat this season? Glenn Clark says the answer is complicated.
PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: Aug. 15, 2017
Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including Stephen Strasburg's rehab appearance with the Potomac Nationals, the release of the Wizards' 2017-18 schedule and more.
Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank Leaving Trump's Manufacturing Council
Baltimore-based Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank announced Aug. 14 that he is leaving President Donald Trump's American Manufacturing Council.
Manny Machado's Grand Slam Keys Orioles' 11-3 Win
Eight games into their 10-game West Coast road trip, the Orioles are a game below .500 at 59-60 and two games out of the second wild-card spot.
As the Baltimore Ravens prepare to embark on their first international game, PressBox takes an inside look at logistics for the team and how fans will take in the contest -- whether they're flying across the pond, hanging with their mates at the pub or watching at home on the telly.
Danny Woodhead Could Provide Offensive Spark Ravens Need
The Ravens' offseason acquisition of running back Danny Woodhead, who Joe Flacco called the best receiving back since Ray Rice, could prove to be Baltimore's most important move of the year.
It's Hard To Buy Into The Plan Of Hope The Orioles Are Selling
Dan Connolly says the Orioles' trade deadline moves show the organization is hoping the team's struggling starting rotation just works itself out, but in baseball, it doesn't usually work out that way.
Quarterback Remains Terps' Biggest Question Mark Heading Into 2017 Season
The 2017 Maryland football team faces several storylines at each position group, including quarterback, where junior Caleb Henderson, sophomores Tyrrell Pigrome and Max Bortenschlager and freshman Kasim Hill are competing for the starting job.
Zach Abey Looking To Take Reins As Navy's Quarterback
"I feel really optimistic about this team," Navy head coach Ken Niumatalolo said of his 2017 Midshipman. "All of our seniors took great leadership in our team, our offseason workouts and their approach to spring practice."
After Injury-Hampered Season, Towson Feeling Good About 2017
"I have not felt this good coming out of the spring and summer in a long time," Towson head football coach Rob Ambrose said. "... We're as healthy as we've ever been."
Having Lost 'Interim' Tag, Morgan Coach Fred Farrier Looking For More Wins In 2017
With the return of Herb Walker Jr. at running back, Morgan State hopes to have an improved rushing attack, capable of finishing games late. "We've got to find a way to continue to compete," head coach Fred Farrier said.
Johns Hopkins Football Preview
Johns Hopkins will have to replace some decorated players as it tries for a ninth consecutive Centennial Conference title and seventh straight NCAA Division III playoff appearance.
McDaniel Football Preview
Last season, McDaniel snapped a 22-game losing streak that spanned more than two years. This year, the Green Terror hopes to capitalize on that momentum behind quarterback Will Koester.
Stevenson Football Preview
Stevenson enters the 2017 season hoping last year's success, which included a conference title and the Mustangs' NCAA tournament debut, helps an experienced group chase even bigger goals.
Being Little League World Series Champion Still A Big Deal For Jonathan Schoop
When he was 12-years-old, Orioles second baseman Jonathan Schoop was the star shortstop on Willemstad, Curacao's 2004 Little League World Series championship team. Schoop even recorded a save during his team's 5-2 win.
10 Questions With Orioles Outfielder/Infielder Trey Mancini
Orioles slugger Trey Mancini discusses his favorite athlete as a kid, his go-to cheat food, the latest obsession he just doesn't get and more.
Boog Powell Is The Real MVP Of Camden Yards
Stan "The Fan" Charles says Boog Powell's genuine effort to connect with Orioles fans young and old makes him Camden Yards' Most Valuable Person of the last 25 years.
Jim Henneman Reflects On The Orioles' Hall Of Famer Who Got Away
John Schuerholz's recent induction into baseball's Hall of Fame reminds Jim Henneman of Schuerholz's deep history in Baltimore.
Ricig's World Of Sports: Celebrating 25 Years Of Oriole Park
In his latest sports cartoon with PressBox, Mike Ricigliano celebrates 25 years of Oriole Park at Camden Yards.
The 15: Local Sports Stories That Would Make Good '30 For 30' Films
Glenn Clark looks at 15 local sports stories that would make good ESPN "30 For 30" films, including Michael Phelps' journey to Olympic gold, Mel Kiper Jr.'s rise to NFL Draft guru and Ray Lewis' path to redemption.
2017 High School Football Preview
Wick Esienberg previews the 2017 football season with key players, games and teams to keep an eye on, as well as his pick for the comeback team to watch.
U.S. Army Impact Player Of The Month Award Growing In Prestige
Two years into its existence, the U.S. Army Impact Player of the Month -- County Sports Zone's monthly statewide award -- is more prestigious than ever.
Tamir Goodman: From 'Jewish Jordan' To Entrepreneur
Tamir Goodman, once dubbed the "Jewish Jordan" while playing basketball for Talmudical Academy of Baltimore, is the inventor of a training device for players called the Zone190, which is being used by college programs and NBA teams.
Local Goalie Dreams Of Playing In NHL
Severna Park, Md., native Nick Ellis, the goalie for the Bakersfield Condors of the American Hockey League, a minor league affiliate of the Edmonton Oilers, has been pursuing his dream of playing in the NHL since he was 5 years old.
Topgolf Could Help Revive Entertainment District Near M&T Bank Stadium
The long-awaited sports and entertainment district near M&T Bank Stadium and the Horseshoe Casino may be coming together, as there's a proposal to bring a Topgolf to the area.
Will NFL Fans Get Tired Of Waking Up Early For London Games?
Glenn Clark says in order to maximize its audience, the NFL should consider starting all London games at 1 p.m. Eastern Time.
London Matchup Would Be Homecoming Game For Ravens Rookie Jermaine Eluemunor
The Ravens' trip to London for their matchup against the Jaguars will unquestionably mean the most to rookie offensive tackle Jermaine Eluemunor, a London native who potentially could play in his hometown.
UK Ravens Fans Finally Get To See Their Team Up Close
Members of the UK Ravens will finally have their team come to them with the Ravens face the Jaguars at Wembley Stadium Sept. 24. "I've had my fingers crossed [the Ravens would come to London] for a while," UK Ravens member Alex Harker said.
Top 10 2017 Fantasy Football Sleepers You Should Draft
Ken Zalis highlights 10 fantasy football sleepers you should draft this season, including Los Angeles Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers and New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning.
Five Factors Daily Fantasy Football Players Should Keep In Mind This NFL Season
Daily Fantasy Sports often require a different mindset from season-long fantasy contents. So with that in mind, Bill Ordine offers five factors DFS football participants should keep in mind as they prepare for their weekly battles.
Photo Of The Month: 'Hey Dad, Is This Thing On?'
Ravens cornerback Jimmy Smith brought his 3-year-old son, James, to the podium for his session with the media at training camp Aug. 2. "He's Lil Beans," Smith said of his son's nickname. "I'm Big Beans, he's Lil Beans."
They Said It On Glenn Clark Radio: August 2017
Melo Trimble, Ryan Ripken, Brian Billick and Griff Whalen all chimed in on Glenn Clark Radio this month.
Community Beat: Aug. 15- Sept. 15, 2017
Check out the listings in PressBox's August 2017 edition of Community Beat.
In The Paper: August 2017
Cover Story: As the Baltimore Ravens prepare to embark on their first international game, PressBox takes an inside look at logistics for the team and how fans will take in the contest.
2017-18 Schedule Notes
Notes from the Wizards' 2017-18 regular season schedule.
Wizards Announce 2017-18 Schedule
Team to Host First Season-Opener at Home Since 2011; Schedule Features 18 Nationally-Televised Games, Highlighted by Christmas Day Matchup in Boston
Ravens T Ronnie Stanley Misses Second Straight Practice
Ravens starting left tackle Ronnie Stanley missed his second straight practice Aug. 14, adding more uncertainty to an offensive line that has been in flux throughout training camp.
Fantasy Baseball Risers, Fallers: Aug. 14, 2017
Phil Backert highlights the top fantasy baseball risers and fallers, from Orioles starter Dylan Bundy to Yankees outfeilder Brett Gardner.
Terps To Play UMBC In Men's Basketball For First Time In 15 Years
The Maryland men's basketball program released its nonconference schedule Aug. 14, and the Terps will play UMBC for the first time since 2002.
DJ Durkin: Terps' Defensive Linemen 'Coming Into Their Own'
Maryland faces a stiff challenge in improving a defensive line that was often blown off the ball by the Big Ten's big, physical offensive lines, but coach DJ Durkin says his players are "really coming into their own."
Stan 'The Fan' Charles' MLB Power Rankings: Aug. 14, 2017
The Baltimore Orioles drop one spot to No. 15 in Stan "The Fan" Charles' latest MLB power rankings.
PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: Aug. 14, 2017
Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including the Nationals' doubleheader split against the Giants, good news about Bryce Harper's injury and the Redskins' final day in Richmond, Va.
Jeremy Hellickson's Five-Run Fourth Dooms Orioles In 9-3 Loss
The Orioles gave right-hander Jeremy Hellickson an early 2-0 lead, but he gave up a five-spot in the fourth inning and the Orioles didn't recover in a 9-3 loss at Oakland Aug. 13.
Orioles Expecting To Bring Anthony Santander To Major Leagues This Week
Orioles manager Buck Showalter revealed Aug. 13 that outfielder Anthony Santander, a Rule 5 pick last December, will likely be added to the big league roster Aug. 17.
Za'Darius Smith, Ryan Jensen Underscore Ravens' Physical Practice
The Ravens had a chippy practice Aug. 13 that included a scuffle between linebacker Za'Darius Smith and center Ryan Jensen, plus other notes from Bo Smolka.
Orioles Have Huge First Inning On Way To 12-5 Win
The Orioles had a seven-run first inning en route to a 20-hit performance -- including four by shortstop Tim Beckham -- in Oakland Aug. 12.
Orioles' Chris Tillman Waits For His First Relief Appearance
"We’re trying to win baseball games every night. If him pitching helps us with that, he’ll do that," manager Buck Showalter said of right-hander Chris Tillman.
Washington Capitals Statement on the Passing of Bryan Murray
The Washington Capitals organization was saddened to learn of the passing of Bryan Murray.
With Alex Lewis Out, James Hurst Moves To Left Guard For Ravens
The Ravens debuted a new offensive line during practice at M&T Bank Stadium Aug. 12, with James Hurst at left guard and Austin Howard at right tackle.
Glenn Clark Radio Week In Review: Aug. 7-11, 2017
In case you missed anything from Glenn Clark Radio this week, here are a few highlights to check out, including interviews with Reggie Williams and Vernon Davis.
Brad Brach's Tough Inning Sends Orioles To 5-4 Loss In Oakland
"Brad has been great for us, but tonight just wasn't his night," Orioles manager Buck Showalter said after his team lost, 5-4, in Oakland Aug. 11.
Ravens Announce Joe Flacco Won't Return To Game Action Until Regular Season
The Ravens announced quarterback Joe Flacco won't play in any preseason games but will return to practice. The team also announced guard/tackle Alex Lewis will have season-ending shoulder surgery.
Morgan State RB Herb Walker Jr. A Study In Perseverance
"Through the course of his ups and downs, the biggest thing with Herb has been his individual accountability," Morgan State head coach Fred Farrier said of Bears running back Herb Walker Jr.
Slumping Orioles Slugger Chris Davis Sits, But For How Long?
"I'm just giving him a day or so," Orioles manager Buck Showalter said of Chris Davis, who was a rare healthy scratch against Oakland Aug. 10. "He's available. Just give him a day to kind of get him to restart. We all need it now or then."
Fantasy Baseball Waiver-Wire Watch: Aug. 11, 2017
Phil Backert surveys the fantasy baseball waiver wire, and he suggests owners target Los Angeles Angels relievers Cam Bedrosian and Blake Parker.
Arundel Volleyball Sets Sights On State Championship
After losing in the state semifinals last year, the Arundel volleyball team, which returns all but three players, is expected to be among the Baltimore area's best teams this season.
Stock Watch: Ravens' Risers, Fallers After Preseason Game Vs. Redskins
After the Ravens' preseason-opening win against the Redskins, Bo Smolka highlights three players on the bubble whose stock is rising and three whose stock is falling, including cornerback Jaylen Hill.
PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: Aug. 11, 2017
Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including observations from the Redskins' 23-3 preseason-opening loss to the Ravens and the Nationals' 3-2 win against the Marlins.
Orioles Hit Four Home Runs In 7-2 Win Against Oakland
A game after only getting four hits, the Orioles recorded nine extra-base hits, including two home runs from Trey Mancini, during a 7-2 win against the Athletics.
Five Takeaways From The Ravens-Redskins' Preseason Opener
Bo Smolka shares five observations from the Ravens' 23-3 preseason-opening win against the Redskins, including the play from quarterback Ryan Mallett and the dominating performance from the defense.
Wizards to Tip Off Season at Home/Play Celtics on Christmas Day
The NBA announced on Thursday that the Wizards will tip off the 2017-18 season at home against the 76ers and play on Christmas against the Celtics.
Vernon Davis: Colin Kaepernick Was 'Great Teammate, Great Leader'
Former Maryland tight end Vernon Davis, who spent five years playing alongside quarterback Colin Kaepernick on the San Francisco 49ers, said Kaepernick was a "great teammate."
DJ Durkin: More Depth, Competition 'Makes Such A Difference'
"It's much more competitive now that there's better depth at spots and more guys competing at positions. That makes such a difference," Maryland football coach DJ Durkin said of the 2017 Terps.
Fantasy Football Mock Draft: Spencer Ware One Of The Most Undervalued Running Backs
Ken Zalis says Chiefs running back Spencer Ware is one of the more undervalued fantasy football running backs and a great option in later rounds of your fantasy football draft.
Capitals Name Tommy Chalk Manager of Media Relations & Content; Promote Megan Eichenberg to Manager of Communications & Publicity
The Washington Capitals are pleased to introduce Tommy Chalk as the Caps manager of media relations and content and announce that Megan Eichenberg has been promoted to manager of communications and publicity.
PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: Aug. 10, 2017
Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including the Nationals' 10-1 win against the Marlins in which Ryan Zimmerman hit two home runs, plus a preview of the Redskins' preseason opener against the Ravens.
Ravens Head Coach John Harbaugh Is Under Contract Through 2018
Ravens head coach John Harbaugh is under contract through 2018, a source with knowledge of the deal told PressBox. It had been previously reported that 2017 was not the final year of Harbaugh's deal, but the exact length was unknown.
Orioles Limited To Four Hits In 5-1 Loss To Angels
With sluggers Chris Davis and Mark Trumbo in prolonged slumps, the Orioles took a chance on the base paths in an effort to spark their offense, but it didn't pay off, as the Orioles fell 5-1 to the Angels.
NFL Analyst Chris Simms: Ravens Are A 'Sleeping Giant'
Even with the injuries that have plagued the Ravens through training camp, former NFL quarterback and CBS and Bleacher Report analyst Chris Simms still sees the Ravens as "a sleeping giant in the NFL."
Glenn Clark's Preseason NFL Power Rankings
Glenn Clark shares his preseason NFL power rankings, and the Baltimore Ravens come in at No. 15.
With Uncertain Future, Orioles' J.J. Hardy Wants To Play On
While he's been injured, Orioles shortstop J.J. Hardy has had time to contemplate his future, but that doesn't mean he's ready to walk away. "I'm not saying that I'm done playing. I just know what's going on in this organization," Hardy said.
Five Undrafted Rookies Who Could Make Ravens' Roster
The Ravens have had at least one undrafted rookie make the Week 1 roster for 13 straight years. Bo Smolka looks at five undrafted rookies who have a strong chance to make this year's team.
Baltimore Ravens And Aramark 'Shake' Up Menu At M&T Bank Stadium With Addition Of Shake Shack
Shake Shack will open for service at M&T Bank Stadium beginning with the Ravens' first home preseason game Aug. 10, making it the first NFL stadium to feature Shake Shack.
Emotions Will Run High When Lio Rush Faces His Trainer In Rush's Final MCW Pro Wrestling Match
Lio Rush will wrestle his final match in MCW Aug. 12 before reportedly starting with WWE, and his handpicked opponent for his MCW farewell is his trainer, R.J. Meyer, who wrestles as Bruiser.
Former Terp Kristi Toliver On 'The Shot': It 'Never Gets Old'
Now in her ninth WNBA season, former Terps guard Kristi Toliver is enjoying playing basketball back on the East Coast as a member of the Washington Mystics.
PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: Aug. 9, 2017
Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including the Nationals' 7-3 loss to the Marlins, Redskins injury updates before the team's first preseason game and a new name for the Wizards' and Capitals' arena in D.C.
Monumental Sports And Entertainment And Capital One Announce New Arena Naming Rights Partnership
Monumental Sports and Entertainment and Capital One announced Aug. 9 that Capital One will become the new naming rights partner for the arena in downtown Washington, D.C.
Monumental Sports and Entertainment and Capital One Announce New Arena Naming Rights Partnership
Building will now be called Capital One Arena
Former Oriole Parker Bridwell Baffles His Old Team
For the seventh straight time, the Orioles lost after reaching the .500 mark, as they fell to the Angels, 3-2, Aug. 8. The Orioles haven't been a game over .500 since June 11.
Bobby Grich, Doug DeCinces Remember Former Orioles Teammate Don Baylor
Jim Henneman talks to former Orioles Bobby Grich and Doug DeCinces as they reflect on the passing of teammate Don Baylor.
Animated Jerry Rosburg Works To Get The Best Out Of Ravens Special Teams
As the grind of Ravens training camp extends into the second week, special teams coordinator Jerry Rosburg is making sure his units do not fall into any sense of complacency.
Maryland, Loyola Are Leaders Among Local Division I Men's Soccer Teams
Steve Jones previews the outlook for the Loyola, Maryland, Navy and UMBC men's soccer teams.
Tim Beckham Is Becoming A Most Valuable Oriole
The AL Player of the Week in his first week with the Orioles, Tim Beckham is thriving in his new surroundings. "It's a good feeling when you don't have to look over your shoulder ... [that] you might get pinch-hit for," he said.
RB Bobby Rainey Feels 'At Home' With Ravens
Five years after spending his rookie season with the Ravens, running back Bobby Rainey is happy to be back in Baltimore and eager to prove himself in any way he can.
PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: Aug. 8, 2017
Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including the Nationals' 3-2 win against the Marlins behind Max Scherzer's nine-strikeout performance, updates from Redskins training camp and more.
Wall's loyalty to D.C. about more than just basketball
John Wall's decision to sign a long-term extension was about more than just basketball, it was about loyalty and commitment to a community he calls his second home.
Orioles Get To .500 In First Game Of Crucial West Coast Trip
In the first game of a vital 10-game West Coast road trip that could be crucial to their postseason hopes, the Orioles secured a win that enabled them to reach .500 for the first time since June 29.
Stan 'The Fan' Charles Reflects On Passing Of Former Orioles Don Baylor, Lee May
Stan "The Fan" Charles reflects on the passing of former Orioles Don Baylor and Lee May, and he wonders how the transience of current players' careers impacts the bond with the local community.
Jimmy's Famous Seafood Is On Team Hardy In Their 'Broken' Battle With GFW
When it comes to the legal battle between Global Force Wrestling/Impact Wrestling and Matt and Jeff Hardy, Jimmy's Famous Seafood is clearly Team Hardy.
John Harbaugh Not Concerned About Joe Flacco's Absence From Ravens Training Camp
Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco missed his 10th straight practice Aug. 7, but head coach John Harbaugh said he doesn't "think it's going to be a problem."
Fantasy Baseball Risers, Fallers: Aug. 7, 2017
Phil Backert highlights the top fantasy baseball risers and fallers, from Diamondbacks first baseman Paul Goldschmidt to Yankees outfielder Aaron Judge.
Fantasy Football Quarterback Rankings
Ken Zalis breaks down his fantasy football rankings for this year's top quarterbacks, along with a few sleeper picks to consider.
Stan 'The Fan' Charles' MLB Power Rankings: Aug. 7, 2017
The Baltimore Orioles move up one spot to No. 14 in Stan "The Fan" Charles' latest MLB power rankings.
PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: Aug. 7, 2017
Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including the Nationals' wild day at Wrigley Field as Washington came from behind to top the Cubs, 9-4, plus some concerning news out of Redskins training camp and more.
Home Runs The Key In Orioles' 12-3 Win
The Orioles equaled a season-high with five home runs, and hit back-to-back-to-back homers during a 12-3 win against the Detroit Tigers Aug. 6. Ubaldo Jimenez pitched 5.2 innings, allowing a run on nine hits.
Chris Tillman Trying To Use Bullpen As Way Back To Starting
Chris Tillman is putting the best positive face on his assignment to the Orioles bullpen. “I knew something was going to happen,” Tillman said. “I needed to get back to being me, and it wasn’t happening starting, so I think it’s going to be a good thing."
Tim Beckham Continues His Heroics With Milestone Home Run In Orioles' 5-2 Win
Tim Beckham has had a strong first week with the Baltimore Orioles, and the new shortstop continued his joyride by hitting the 10,000th home run in franchise history Aug. 5.
Former Midshipman Shines In Ravens Practice At Navy
The Ravens took training camp on the road to Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium Aug. 5, and Keenan Reynolds was certainly one of the star attractions.
Chris Tillman Going To The Orioles' Bullpen
Chris Tillman is going to the Orioles' bullpen. Manager Buck Showalter has decided that the veteran right-hander, who is 1-7 with an 8.10 ERA in 15 starts, will pitch in relief for the first time in his major league career.
2019 Big Men Makhi And Makhel Mitchell Commit To Maryland
Maryland head men’s basketball coach Mark Turgeon got off to an early start with his 2019 recruiting class Aug. 4, securing verbal commitments from two of the top players in the state for the 2019 class.
Glenn Clark Radio Week In Review: July 31-Aug. 4, 2017
In case you missed anything from Glenn Clark Radio this week, here are a few highlights to check out, including interviews with Matt Judon and Domonique Foxworth.
Is The Bullpen In Chris Tillman's Future?
For most of the previous five seasons, Chris Tillman consistently gave the Orioles effective starts. During three of those seasons, the Orioles made the postseason. Now, the right-hander has fallen on hard times.
Ravens Sign Veteran OT Austin Howard
The Ravens have agreed to a three-year deal with offensive tackle Austin Howard, a seven-year veteran who was released by the Oakland Raiders last week.
Capitals to Host Baltimore Street Hockey Tournament Aug. 8 at Madison Square Recreation Center
The Washington Capitals and Baltimore City Recreation and Parks will host the seventh annual Baltimore Street Hockey Tournament at the Madison Square Recreation Center on Tuesday, Aug. 8, from 10 a.m. through 1 p.m.
Seven Years Later, Orioles In Better Shape Thanks Largely To Buck Showalter
Buck Showalter has managed 1,137 games for the Orioles, second-most in team history to Hall of Famer Earl Weaver, and he's played a significant role in the franchise's resurgence.
Fantasy Baseball Waiver-Wire Watch: Aug. 4, 2017
Phil Backert surveys the fantasy baseball waiver wire, and he suggests owners target Tigers reliever Shane Greene and Mets shortstop Amed Rosario.
Maryland Unveils New Cole Field House That Combines Athletics And Medicine
The University of Maryland unveiled the new Cole Field House Performance Center Aug. 2; the project will eventually transform the relationship between athletics and sports medicine at the university.
Maryland's Community Outreach Nets National Award
The University of Maryland's athletic department won the inaugural Community Service Award. "I give 100-percent credit to our student-athletes for reaching beyond their sport," said associate athletic director Kristen Brown.
Triple Play Can't Save Chris Tillman In 7-5 Loss To Tigers
Not even an impressive triple play could save Orioles right-hander Chris Tillman during a 7-5 loss to the Detroit Tigers Aug. 3. "It's killing me right now. It really is, but you can't dwell on that," Tillman said.
Former Navy Standout Keenan Reynolds Excited To Return To Annapolis
The Ravens practice at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium Aug. 5, and former Navy standout Keenan Reynolds said he was looking forward to seeing familiar faces, but he maintained it was just another practice.
Former Sparrows Point Girls' Soccer Coach Embraces New Challenge With Boys' Team
After helping the Sparrows Point's girls' soccer team win four straight MPSSAA state championships, Joe Lambert will begin a new challenge as head coach of the boys' team.
Matt Judon Focused On Boosting Ravens' Sack Attack
"This season I'm focused on being … the best Matthew Judon I can be," Matt Judon told Glenn Clark Radio.. "And every week, week in, week out, just go make a play, go do something spectacular to help my team win."
Nike brings innovation to Wizards' uniform
The Wizards unveiled their new Nike uniforms on Thursday
PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: Aug. 3, 2017
Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including the Nationals' 7-0 loss to the Marlins, plus an update from Redskins training camp and more.
Washington Capitals Complete Four Street Hockey Rink Refurbishments
The Washington Capitals announced today the completion of four street hockey rink refurbishments in Virginia and Maryland.
New Orioles Jeremy Hellickson, Tim Beckham Key To Fifth Straight Win
Newcomers Jeremy Hellickson and Tim Beckham played a key role in the Orioles' fifth straight win, as Baltimore topped Kansas City 6-0 behind seven shutout innings from the new right-hander.
Grading Orioles Executive Dan Duquette's Body Of Work Is Difficult
Stan "The Fan" Charles says it's difficult to truly evaluate Dan Duquette's body of work with the Orioles, and one of his greatest accomplishments may be just grinding things out with an owner he doesn't always see eye to eye with.
Top 10 Maryland-Born Pro Wrestling Stars
Kevin Eck ranks the top 10 pro wrestling stars from Maryland, from Rich Swann and Axl Rotten to Stacy Keibler and Shane McMahon.
Ravens: Steve Bisciotti Is Not Blocking Colin Kaepernick Signing
"I do not have an update on Colin Kaepernick or our quarterback situation," Ravens head coach John Harbaugh said after the team's Aug. 2 workout, while Ozzie Newsome released a statement disputing a report that Steve Bisciotti had blocked the move.
State's Division I Women's Soccer Teams Set For Start Of 2017 Season
Maryland didn't produce a winning NCAA Division I women's soccer program during the 2016 season, but with a host of veterans returning for the 2017 campaign, the outlook is promising for several local teams.
Can New Oriole Tim Beckham Be J.J. Hardy's Successor At Shortstop?
Tim Beckham may be playing shortstop for now, but manager Buck Showalter says the position belongs to J.J. Hardy when he returns from the DL this season. Next year, however, remains an open question.
Safety Denzel Conyers Looking To Make The Most Of Second Chance With Terps
After missing most of last season with a torn ACL, sixth-year senior Denzel Conyers is looking forward to taking on a leadership role for the Terps' secondary. "I want to look back and be like, 'I helped these guys achieve greatness.'"
PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: Aug. 2, 2017
Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including a look at the key matchups at the Citi Open tennis tournament and more.
Is Extra Rest The Key To A Strong Dylan Bundy?
Orioles manager Buck Showalter may have found the key to getting the most out of Dylan Bundy as he makes his way through his first full season in the majors -- giving the right-hander extra rest.
Fantasy Football Mock Draft: Going Old School
Larry Fitzgerald may not be the player he was a few years ago, but Ken Zalis says he should still be a solid fantasy football performer this season.
Breshad Perriman Leaves Practice, As Ravens Injuries Continue To Mount
Injuries continued to be the story of Ravens training camp Aug. 1, as Breshad Perriman left practice early with a hamstring injury and rookies Quincy Adeboyejo and Nico Siragusa were carted off the field.
Seven Thoughts On The Ravens And Colin Kaepernick
Glenn Clark weighs in on the Baltimore Ravens' potential pursuit of free-agent quarterback Colin Kaepernick, and he says the team deserves credit for being as transparent as possible in this process.
PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: Aug. 1, 2017
Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including the Nationals' acquisition of closer Brandon Kintzler, a near no-hitter from Gio Gonzalez, the latest from Redskins training camp and more.
Stan 'The Fan' Charles' MLB Power Rankings: Aug. 1, 2017
The Baltimore Orioles climb three spots to No. 15 in Stan "The Fan" Charles' latest MLB power rankings.
Orioles Closer Zach Britton Happy To Still Be In Baltimore
"I think there was a period where I was like, 'OK this is where I'm going to stay.' I can relax and just pitch well and help this team win and get to the postseason," Orioles closer Zach Britton said.
Orioles Don't Trade Zach Britton, Acquire Infielder Tim Beckham From Rays
The Orioles didn't trade Zach Britton or Brad Brach as the MLB non-waiver trade deadline passed, but the team did acquire infielder Tim Beckham from the Rays.
Fans Weren't Saying 'Bud,' They Were Saying 'Boo' At Selig's Hall Of Fame Induction
Bud Selig's induction into baseball's Hall of Fame was met with some boos from the fans in attendance in Cooperstown, N.Y., but Jim Henneman gives Selig credit for addressing the 1994 strike and the Steroid Era during his speech.
Orioles Prospect Hunter Harvey: First Outing After Tommy John Surgery Was 'So Much Fun'
After undergoing Tommy John surgery in July 2016, Orioles prospect Hunter Harvey is happy to be back on track. "The last couple years, every time I threw a pitch, it hurt. It's good to be back on the mound and not feel pain."
Fantasy Baseball Risers, Fallers: July 31, 2017
Phil Backert highlights the top fantasy baseball risers and fallers, from Indians shortstop Francisco Lindor to White Sox second baseman Yoan Moncada.
Ravens' Brandon Williams Meets His Dancing Match
Who do you think won this dance-off between Ravens nose tackle Brandon Williams and a young fan?
PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: July 31, 2017
Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including the Nationals' doubleheader split against the Rockies, an injury update from Redskins training camp and will Washington make any further moves before MLB's non-waiver trade deadline?
NBC Sports Group, Capitals Announce 15-Game Schedule for 2017-18
NBC, NBC Sports Group to air combined 15 Washington Capitals games
Ravens Training Camp: Stan 'The Fan' Charles' McDaniel Memories
For Stan "The Fan" Charles, the Ravens' training camp experience hasn't been the same since the team's exodus from Westminster, Md.
Roger Goodell: Baltimore/Washington Super Bowl 'An Interesting Idea'
Could Baltimore host a Super Bowl alongside Washington, D.C. in the future? NFL commissioner Roger Goodell explored the possibility with fans at M&T Bank Stadium July 30.
Orioles Overcome Adrian Beltre's 3,000th Hit For 10-6 Win
Texas Rangers third baseman Adrian Beltre doubled for his 3,000th hit, but the Orioles hit Rangers pitching hard to earn a 10-6 win in Texas July 30.
Steve Bisciotti Opens Up About Ravens' Interest In Colin Kaepernick
Baltimore Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti, team president Dick Cass and NFL commissioner Roger Goodell discussed free-agent quarterback Colin Kaepernick at the Ravens' open practice at M&T Bank Stadium July 30.
Buck Showalter Says Orioles Aren't Unnerved By Trade Deadline
"It’s a false deadline. There’s going to be a trade made two days after it’s over," Orioles manager Buck Showalter said of the July 31 non-waiver trade deadline.
Kevin Gausman Pitches A Gem In Orioles' 4-0 Win
Baltimore right-hander Kevin Gausman threw 8 2/3 scoreless innings to help the Orioles break a three-game losing streak in Texas July 29.
Orioles Say They Haven't Given Up On 2017 Season
"From my standpoint, we’re all wanting to compete and win. I'm sure so is Dan [Duquette], and I know our owner is," Orioles manager Buck Showalter said a day after his club acquired Jeremy Hellickson.
Glenn Clark Radio Week In Review: July 24-28, 2017
In case you missed anything from Glenn Clark Radio this week, here are a few highlights to check out, including interviews with Hunter Harvey and Griff Whalen.
Baltimore Orioles Lose In Texas, Then Trade For Jeremy Hellickson
After falling to the Texas Rangers July 28, the Orioles completed a trade that will bring right-hander Jeremy Hellickson to Baltimore and send outfielder Hyun Soo Kim to Philadelphia.
Rookie Marlon Humphrey Adds Speed, Youth To Physical Ravens Secondary
"He's an extremely competitive player ... and I think he's going to be a guy we're going to be counting on," said Ravens defensive backs coach Chris Hewitt about rookie Marlon Humphrey.
Fantasy Baseball Waiver-Wire Watch: July 28, 2017
Phil Backert surveys the fantasy baseball waiver wire, and he suggests owners target Orioles starter Kevin Gausman and Indians outfielder Bradley Zimmer.
PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: July 28, 2017
Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including the Nationals' dominating 15-2 win against Brewers in which Washington hit eight home runs, tying a franchise record.
Stan 'The Fan' Charles: Former Raven John Urschel Intends To Keep His Beautiful Mind
Stan "The Fan" Charles doesn't think it's a coincidence former Ravens offensive lineman John Urschel's decision to retire came shortly after an alarming report on the effects of CTE.
Goucher Golf Programs Preparing For First Season
Led by former professional golfer Hunter Brown, Goucher will launch a new men's and women's golf program, which will make its debut in the fall.
Five Fantasy Football Draft Trends For 2017
Ken Zalis shares some trends and strategies for your fantasy football draft, including waiting to draft a quarterback and when to select your kicker and team defense.
2017 Draft Pick, Guard Jennie Simms Waived
Simms was selected by the Mystics in the second round (18th overall) of the 2017 WNBA Draft.
John Urschel's Sudden Retirement Caught Ravens By Surprise
John Harbaugh said John Urschel's decision to retire was something the offensive lineman had been thinking about all offseason, but Harbaugh did not get into specific reasons, saying it was for Urschel to answer.
Ravens Downplay Joe Flacco Injury, Still Considering Colin Kaepernick
John Harbaugh said Joe Flacco, who missed practice with a back injury, should be ready to go in a week, but the head coach also said the Ravens are interested in former 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick.
If Zach Britton Leaves, Who Closes For Orioles?
Should the Orioles trade Zach Britton, Brad Brach and Mychal Givens are the favorites to inherit the closer's job, but the O's could eventually look to some other in-house candidates.
Towson Basketball Team's Trip To Canada Will Mix Competition And Culture
The Towson men's basketball team will head to Canada Aug. 5-11 for a series of international contests with collegiate teams in the provinces of Quebec and Ontario.
Terrell Suggs Says Ravens Defense Needs To Create Its Own Legacy
"What's hype if you don't live up to it?" Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs said. " ... I think everything we do, from the offseason program up until we walk out on the field in Week 1, we need to be creating our own legacy."
Ravens OL John Urschel Announces His Retirement
Ravens offensive lineman John Urschel will retire from the NFL at age 26, the team announced July 27.
Reports: Joe Flacco To Miss First Week Of Camp With Back Injury
Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco is expected miss at least the first week of training camp because of a back injury, according to reports.
Mike Wallace On Ravens Receivers: 'We Expect To Be The Best In The League'
"We expect to be the best in the league," Mike Wallace said of the Ravens' wide receivers. "People overlook us, but we don't care. … We expect to have three thousand-yard guys on the team."
Wizards' vision clear after Wall contract extension
With John Wall's contract extension, the Wizards' vision is as clear as ever with Wall, Beal, and Porter locked in for the future.
Wizards Re-Sign John Wall
All-NBA Point Guard Solidifies His Role as Franchise Leader
Orioles Offense Stifled In 5-1 Loss To Rays
The Orioles' offense managed just six hits during a 5-1 loss to Tampa Bay to conclude their final series against an American League East opponent until Aug. 25.
Who's Hot, Who's Not In WWE
From Elias Samson to Tye Dillinger, Kevin Eck looks at who is trending upward in WWE and who is not.
Former Colt John Mackey Was Just One Victim Of CTE
In light of the Boston University School of Medicine study on CTE, Michael Olesker remembers former Colt John Mackey, who suffered from the disease.
New Ravens WR Griff Whalen: 'Happy To Contribute Any Way That I Can'
Griff Whalen spoke to Glenn Clark Radio about doing punt and kick returns for the Ravens, his vegan eating habits and the infamously disastrous fake punt play he ran with the Colts in 2015.
Orioles' Ruben Tejada Has Proved Adequate Fill-In At Shortstop
"I think the last week or so he's looked a lot more comfortable, just in the whole tempo and what we ask of a shortstop," Buck Showalter said of Ruben Tejada. "... It's been fun to watch. He's been good."
Bobby Sabelhaus Talks ESPN Documentary On Legendary Dunbar Basketball Teams
For Baltimore native Bobby Sabelhaus, the upcoming ESPN documentary about the legendary Dunbar basketball teams of the early 1980s is "the culmination of a lot of work" and the chance to tell "a special Baltimore story."
PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: July 26, 2017
Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including the Nationals' 8-0 loss to the Brewers in which Washington starter Edwin Jackson gave up seven runs on seven hits in five innings.
Fair Hill International Recommended To Host 'Four-Star' Event
Fair Hill International, known for the annual equestrian Three-Day Event in Cecil County, has been recommended to hold a "four-star" competition in that sport by the U.S. Equestrian Federation.
Wade Miley's Bad Inning Dooms Orioles In 5-4 Loss
The Orioles had won six of their past eight entering the July 25 game against the Tampa Bay Rays, but their momentum was stalled by a 5-4 loss, as Wade Miley allowed five runs in the second inning.
Reports: Ravens To Sign RB Bobby Rainey After Kenneth Dixon's Injury
The Baltimore Ravens are interested in signing running back Bobby Rainey after running back Kenneth Dixon suffered a torn meniscus, according to reports.
Five Reasons The Orioles Could Trade Zach Britton
As rumors continue to swirl, Rich Dubroff analyzes five reasons why the Orioles could trade closer Zach Britton before the July 31 non-waiver trade deadline.
Fantasy Football Mock Draft: When To Draft Aaron Rodgers
Ken Zalis says if Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is available in the fourth round of a fantasy football draft, you take him, no questions asked.
Brian Billick Breaks Down Ravens Position Battles To Watch
Former Ravens head coach Brian Billick spotlights a few key position battles to watch during training camp, including the team's situation at tight end.
PressBox High School Lacrosse Newsletter Vol. 82
In a rematch of the MIAA "A" conference championship, McDonogh got a measure of revenge against Calvert Hall during the 2017 National High School Lacrosse Showcase.
PNC Lacrosse Spotlight: Under Armour All-America Coach Jeremy Sieverts
Former McDonogh and University of Maryland lacrosse standout Jeremy Sieverts talks about coaching in the Under Armour All-America Game, his pro career with the Denver Outlaws and more.
Local Players Help U.S. Win Third Straight International Lacrosse Women's World Cup
Led by a group of players with Maryland ties, the United States won its third straight Federation of International Lacrosse Women's World Cup championship.
PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: July 25, 2017
Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including Nationals prospect Victor Robles' Double-A debut, Terps head coach DJ Durkin's comments at Big Ten Media Day and more.
Kevin Gausman, Orioles Blank Rays, 5-0
Kevin Gausman produced his second straight quality start as the Orioles defeated the Rays, 5-0, in a game highlighted by Adam Jones' offense and Manny Machado's defense.
Wizards Instagram Summer Blog
Follow what all of our players are up to this summer through some of their Instagram posts.
Fantasy Baseball Risers, Fallers: July 24, 2017
Phil Backert highlights the top fantasy baseball risers and fallers, from Orioles second baseman Jonathan Schoop to Astros starter Lance McCullers.
Stan 'The Fan' Charles' MLB Power Rankings: July 24, 2017
The Baltimore Orioles climb four spots to No. 18 in Stan "The Fan" Charles' latest MLB power rankings.
PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: July 24, 2017
Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including the Nationals' 6-2 win against the Diamondbacks, Stephen Strasburg's early exit with forearm "achiness" and more.
Former Navy Star Keenan Reynolds Again On Ravens' Roster Bubble
Former Navy quarterback Keenan Reynolds once again enters training camp on the Ravens' roster bubble, competing for one of the final spots as a reserve wide receiver and return specialist.
Did Zach Britton Pitch His Final Game In Baltimore With The Orioles?
The Baltimore Orioles defeated the Houston Astros, 9-7, to avoid a sweep at Oriole Park in what could potentially be Zach Britton's final game in Baltimore.
Buck Showalter Says He Tries To Ignore Trade Rumors
Baltimore Orioles manager Buck Showalter told reporters he tries to ignore any trade rumors surrounding the team, especially with the upcoming July 31 trade deadline.
Strange At-Bat Changes Orioles' Fate In 8-4 Loss To Astros
An unusual at-bat late in the game led to the Houston Astros taking the lead with a three-run homer and claiming an 8-4 victory against the Baltimore Orioles.
With Trading Deadline Approaching, Dan Duquette Says Orioles Can Still Contend
Despite rumors of the Baltimore Orioles being 'sellers' at the trade deadline July 31, executive vice president of baseball operations Dan Duquette said he still has hope for this year's team.
Glenn Clark Radio Week In Review: July 17-21, 2017
In case you missed anything from Glenn Clark Radio this week, here are a few highlights to check out, including interviews with Ken Rosenthal and Buster Olney.
Orioles Late Rally Falls Short In 8-7 Loss To Astros
Despite a last-minute comeback attempt, the Baltimore Orioles fell to the Houston Astros, 8-7, and dropped to four games under .500 for the season.
Top Five Running Back Battles With Fantasy Football Implications
With training came getting ready to start, Ken Zalis looks at the top five running back battles he will be paying attention to, including the Chiefs' battle between Spencer Ware, Charcandrick West and Kareem Hunt.
Fantasy Baseball Waiver-Wire Targets: July 21, 2017
Phil Backert surveys the fantasy baseball waiver wire, and he suggests owners target Rockies outfielder Gerardo Parra and Mets shortstop Jose Reyes.
What Have Ravens Done To Address Five Key Problems From Last Season?
Bo Smolka looks at five key numbers that typified the Baltimore Ravens' 2016 struggles and what the team has done about improving them.
PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: July 21, 2017
Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including a look ahead to the Nationals' series against the Diamondbacks, plus an update on Maryland men's basketball recruiting.
Does Four-Game Sweep Change Orioles' Mindset?
"Four straight wins, a sweep, that's good," Jonathan Schoop said after the Orioles topped the Rangers 9-7 July 20. "You've got to just let it go and come back tomorrow and win again."
Could Orioles Trade Manny Machado To Red Sox?
"If you want to start to build a better future for the Orioles, you should have Manny Machado on the table now," ESPN's Buster Olney told Glenn Clark Radio.
Five Suggestions For How Michael Phelps Can Make A Splash After 'Racing' A Shark
Baltimore's Michael Phelps will race a shark as part of Discovery's "Shark Week," and Glenn Clark has a few thoughts on what else the 23-time Olympic gold medalist should do with his retirement life.
Recalling Memorable Interactions With Some Of Pro Wrestling's Biggest Stars
Kevin Eck recounts five memorable interactions with some of wrestling's biggest stars, including the time he let Bruno Sammartino twist his neck.
PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: July 20, 2017
Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including the Nationals' 7-0 loss to the Angels in which they were shut down by former draft pick Alex Meyer, plus an update on the Wizards' offseason moves.
Strong Outing From Kevin Gausman, Orioles Offense Puts Win Streak At Three
For the first time since May 19-21, Orioles starters have delivered three straight quality starts, and presto, the Orioles have a three-game winning streak.
Dan Duquette Sitting Pretty If Orioles Closer Zach Britton Keeps Pitching Well
Stan "The Fan" Charles says the Orioles could stand to gain a valuable haul of prospects in exchange for Zach Britton, if the closer continues to pitch the way he has during his past few outings.
Observations On The All-Star Game, Orioles Closer Zach Britton, And Eating Contests
Jim Henneman cleans out his notebook this week with some post-All-Star Game reflections and pre-trade deadline observations.
'The Best Feeling Of My Life:' Terps' Melvin Keihn Reunites With Mother In Liberia
Terps linebacker and former Gilman standout Melvin Keihn described the moment he saw his mother for the first time in 14 years as "the best feeling of my life."
A Look At Ravens' Training Camp And Preseason Schedules
Bo Smolka breaks down the key dates for the Baltimore Ravens through training camp and the preseason, including open practices for fans and roster cut-down deadlines.
For Maj. Tom O'Brien, Football Career Comes Full Circle Back To Annapolis
New Navy football analyst Tom O'Brien -- who played defensive end for Navy from 1968-1970, served two tours in the Marines and coached football for 40 years -- said he still gets pregame jitters in the broadcast booth.
Maryland Thoroughbred Ben's Cat Dies From Surgery Complications
Ben's Cat, the Maryland-bred thoroughbred who won 32 races and was recently retired, died July 18 when he suffered complications from surgery and was euthanized.
PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: July 19, 2017
Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including the Nationals' 4-3 win against the Angels, with big nights from Edwin Jackson and Bryce Harper, plus reaction from Kirk Cousins and more.
PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: July 18, 2017
Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including the Nationals' sweep of the Reds, as Ryan Zimmerman set a new franchise mark for career home runs, and more on the Redskins and Kirk Cousins.
PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: July 17, 2017
Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including the Nationals' 14-4 win against the Reds and acquisition of relievers Ryan Madson and Sean Doolittle. Plus, what's next for the Redskins and Kirk Cousins?
Chris Davis' Career Night Powers Orioles To Big Win
Chris Davis had a career-high six RBIs as the Orioles topped the Rangers, 12-1, for Baltimore's most lopsided victory of the season.
Morgan State, Towson Football To Renew Rivalry With Games This Season And Next
Morgan State and Towson football are set to kick off a new chapter in their rivalry with a season-opening game Sept. 2, known as the Battle For Greater Baltimore.
Baltimore's Gervonta Davis To 'Co-Headline' Floyd Mayweather Jr.-Conor McGregor Fight
Baltimore boxer Gervonta Davis will be training in Baltimore for his next fight, a bout that will be part of the highly publicized Floyd Mayweather Jr.-Conor McGregor "Money Fight" in Las Vegas Aug. 26.
Ryan Ripken Looking To Create Own Legacy In Orioles Organization
Former Gilman baseball standout Ryan Ripken has gotten off to a hot start with the Aberdeen IronBirds, and he's eager to make a name for himself beyond just Cal Ripken Jr.'s son.
Ken Rosenthal: Best Thing Orioles Can Do Is Trade Players For Quality Prospects
"If you don't do anything, two- three years from now, maybe even sooner, the team's going to crash," Fox Sports/MLB Network's Ken Rosenthal said of what could happen if the Orioles don't sell at the trade deadline. "It's going to be like the late-90s all over again."
Glenn Clark: Orioles Should Entertain Offers On Adam Jones, Manny Machado
Glenn Clark says there's no reason why the Orioles shouldn't at least listen to offers for Adam Jones and Manny Machado.
Fantasy Football Mock Draft: When To Draft LeSean McCoy
Ken Zalis says the Bills' LeSean McCoy is the fourth-best running back in all fantasy football formats and maybe even the third best with the growing concerns about the Cowboys' Ezekiel Elliott.
Robinson, Young look to make most of two-way contracts
Devin Robinson and Mike Young have signed two-way contracts with the Wizards for the upcoming season.
Orioles Snap Losing Streak Behind Chris Tillman's Strong Outing
Chris Tillman delivered his best performance of a ragged season during the Orioles' 3-1 victory against the Rangers July 17. "The results aren't what they should be," he said. "But we're getting there."
John Wall to be inducted into University of Kentucky Athletics Hall of Fame
On Monday, University of Kentucky Athletics announced that John Wall will be inducted into UK's 2017 Hall of Fame.
Stan 'The Fan' Charles' MLB Power Rankings: July 17, 2017
The Baltimore Orioles drop four spots to No. 22 in Stan "The Fan" Charles' latest MLB power rankings.
Fantasy Baseball: Second-Half Breakout Players To Watch
Phil Backert highlights a few players who could be in store for a better second half of the season for your fantasy baseball team.
MSE Foundation Grant Supports Up2Us Sports Coaches at Fort Dupont Ice Arena
There was only one place Tenaj Gueory felt confident growing up: on the ice. A native of Washington, D.C., Gueory considered Fort Dupont Ice Arena her second home.
Ken Rosenthal: Large Shadow
Small in physical stature, Ken Rosenthal has developed into one of baseball's most significant broadcast figures since leaving The Baltimore Sun 17 years ago.
Five Storylines To Watch At Ravens Training Camp
Bo Smolka highlights five storylines to watch during Ravens training camp, and he says fans should keep an eye on Breshad Perriman, Jeremy Maclin and the rest of the receivers.
Brad Brach Has Become A Rock In Orioles' Bullpen
Despite the ups and downs he experienced early during his career, Brad Brach has found his place in the Orioles' bullpen.
At A Crossroads, No Easy Answer To Which Path Orioles Should Take
Dan Connolly says decisions made during the days leading up to the July 31 non-waiver trade deadline may have a profound impact on the Orioles' organization for years to come.
Orioles Need To Change Their Starting Pitching Philosophy
Stan "The Fan" Charles says if the Orioles don't establish a starting pitching philosophy that works, all of their other good efforts may be for naught.
Change To Strike Rule Would Help Solve Multiple Problems For Baseball
Jim Henneman says putting swingers and bunters under the same foul ball restrictions could help speed up the game and keep things more interesting.
Are The Ravens In Better Position To Win Close Games?
Glenn Clark says the single-biggest factor that will determine the fate of the 2017 Ravens is: Are they in better position to win close games?
10 Questions With Orioles Closer Zach Britton
Orioles closer Zach Britton shares his favorite cheat food, movie and more.
Ricig's World Of Sports: The Manny Vane
In his latest sports cartoon with PressBox, Mike Ricigliano looks at the different directions the Orioles could go with Manny Machado.
The 15: Best Players Not In The Baseball Hall Of Fame
With the 2017 MLB Hall of Fame induction ceremony taking place July 30, The 15 this month selects the best players not in the Hall of Fame, from Mike Mussina to Albert Belle to Vladimir Guerrero.
New Recruiting Rules For Division I Lacrosse Impact Local Coaches
A new recruiting rule that prohibits Division I lacrosse coaches from speaking with a prospective student-athlete before Sept. 1 of his or her junior year in high school is impacting local high school and college coaches.
After 29 Years And Numerous Titles, Navy Men's Track And Field Coach Stephen Cooksey Retires
After 29 distinguished seasons at the helm of Navy men's track and field program, which included 14 Patriot League championships, Stephen Cooksey will retire Aug. 30.
Former Towson Baseball Coach Mike Gottlieb Leaves Lasting Legacy
"He molds young guys into men," former major leaguer Capser Wells said of former Towson baseball coach Mike Gottlieb. "They carry that forward, and that's kind of the legacy he leaves. I'm very fortunate to be a player that he coached."
Aaron Urban-Zukerberg Gunning For League Title In First Season As Boys' Latin Coach
New Boys' Latin soccer head coach Aaron Urban-Zukerberg may be new to coaching at the varsity level, but he's been around the sport a long time, and the former Owings Mills High standout has high expectations for the Lakers.
Katie Dustin Named U.S. Army Impact Player Of The Month
Katie Dustin, a catcher for the softball team at Glenelg High School in Howard County, is the U.S. Army Impact Player of the Month.
Morgan State Women's Basketball Star Corin 'Tiny' Adams In Midst Of International Odyssey
Former Morgan State women's basketball star Corin "Tiny" Adams completed her seventh season playing overseas this spring after a successful year with Panathinaikos Athens.
Retirement-Age Athletes Relish Playing Pickleball
Due to the sports growing popularity among retirement-age individuals, the Howard County Department of Recreation & Parks opened the first dedicated outdoor pickleball courts in the county.
New Podcast Highlights Golden Age Of Baltimore Soccer
In an effort to share soccer history, former McDonogh standout Ali Andrzejewski launched BMore Soccer Connections, a podcast series featuring in-depth interviews with Baltimore soccer legends.
Chesapeake Bayhawks Looking To Build Stadium, Athletic Complex
Chesapeake Bayhawks president Mark Burdett has been leading the charge for his Major League Lacrosse franchise's proposal to build a 10,000-seat stadium and 20-field lacrosse complex in Anne Arundel County.
Beloved Maryland Horse Ben's Cat Retires After Storied Racing Career
Ben's Cat, a Maryland-bred thoroughbred who is easily the state's most beloved horse, has retired following what turned out to be his farewell race in June.
Photo Of The Month: Iron Man Immortalized
It was 10 years ago July 29 Orioles great Cal Ripken Jr. delivered his Hall of Fame induction speech in Cooperstown, N.Y.
They Said It On Glenn Clark Radio: July 2017
Brandon Boykin, Kevin Huerter, Lorenzo Taliaferro, and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar all chimed in on Glenn Clark Radio this month.
Community Beat: July 15-Aug. 15, 2017
Check out the listings in PressBox's July 2017 edition of Community Beat.
In The Paper: July 2017
Cover Story: Ken Rosenthal has developed into one of baseball's most significant broadcast figures since leaving The Baltimore Sun 17 years ago.
Could This Weekend's Sweep Convince Orioles To Sell?
The Orioles were outscored 27-11 in a three-game sweep by the Chicago Cubs, perhaps pushing the Orioles' hand in trading away some of their players before the July 31 non-waiver trade deadline.
Buck Showalter Tries Jonathan Schoop At Shortstop Again For Orioles
With the Orioles struggling to get offensive production out of the shortstop position this season, Buck Showalter will try Schoop out at short stop for the second time, July 16.
Orioles Can't Touch Jake Arrieta In His Return To Baltimore
More than four years after the Orioles traded right-hander Jake Arrieta to the Cubs, he returned to Camden Yards for the first time. The 2015 NL Cy Young pitched 6.2 innings, allowing just one earned run and four hits, sealing the series for Chicago.
Orioles' Jonathan Schoop Enjoyed His All-Star Experience
The only Orioles player to be named to the Mid-Summer Classic this year, second baseman Jonathan Schoop not only scored the American League's first run of the game, but he met up with an old friend as well.
Glenn Clark Radio Week In Review: July 10-15, 2017
In case you missed anything from Glenn Clark Radio this week, here are a few highlights to check out, including interviews with Brian Billick and Ryan Ripken.
Kevin Gausman Puts Orioles In Deep Hole In 9-8 Loss To Cubs
In their first game back after the four-day break for the All-Star Game, Kevin Gausman put the Orioles into such a deep hole that even an impressive offensive performance couldn’t lift them out of it.
Wizards lose final Summer League matchup in Vegas
The Wizards started off hot in the first half but went cold in the second, falling to the Timberwolves 80-73.
Capitals Re-sign Liam O’Brien
The Washington Capitals have re-signed left wing Liam O’Brien to a one-year, two-way contract.
New Winters Mill AD Jen Gosselin Looks To Build On School's Sports Success
"Athletics is a pillar of the school culture, and it's not just about having winning teams, but your athletes buying into being taught by positive coaches who are standout role models," new Winters Mill athletic director Jen Gosselin said.
Wizards Sign Devin Robinson to Two-Way Contract
Washington Wizards President Ernie Grunfeld announced today that the team has signed rookie free agent Devin Robinson to a two-way contract.
Maryland Women Getting Ready For World University Games
The Maryland women's basketball team was chosen to represent America in the World University Games in Taipei, Taiwan. "We're not only representing Maryland, we're representing the United States," Brenda Frese said.
Fantasy Baseball Risers, Fallers: First-Half Pitchers
With the first half of the fantasy baseball season in the books, Phil Backert highlights the three most surprising and the three most disappointing pitchers of the first half.
MASN, Nationals Both Claim Victory In TV Rights Fees Dispute
Both sides in the TV rights fee dispute involving MASN and the Washington Nationals declared at least a measure of victory following a New York State Appeals Court ruling July 13.
For Winning A Ring With Ravens, Brian Billick Deserves 'Honor'
Glenn Clark says he hopes the Ravens adding Brian Billick to their broadcast team for the preseason leads to the former head coach's induction into the team's Ring of Honor.
PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: July 14 , 2017
Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including the Nationals' return to action tonight against the Cincinnati Reds as left-hander Gio Gonzalez takes the mound for Washington.
As Orioles Return For Second Half, So Will Chris Davis
As the Orioles prepare to start the second half of the season against the Chicago Cubs July 14, they'll have a major asset back, as Chris Davis returns after more than a month on the disabled list.
Wizards wrap Summer League with the Wolves
The Wizards play their fifth and final game on Friday against the Wolves.
Wizards keep Porter in the fold, solidifying core in D.C.
Washington matched Brooklyn's offer sheet for the young forward, securing another one of its top talents long-term. What's next?
Wizards Retain Otto Porter Jr.
Versatile Forward to Remain Integral Part of Team’s Young Core
Cruel Summer Leads to Competitive Autumn
Washington's strong roster takes a heavy offseason hit, and the kids will be lining up to fill the voids at training camp this fall
After Reviewing Film As Free-Agent, Tony Jefferson Gave Ravens Thumbs Up
Before signing with the Ravens, safety Tony Jefferson studied the team's game film, and he said that's what made the decision for him. "I felt like this defense fits me," he said.
Former Terp Melo Trimble Making Most Of Opportunity In NBA Summer League
Melo Trimble had a strong outing during a recent NBA Summer League game, and 76ers coach Lloyd Pierce said Trimble might have been the team's best player.
Brian Billick Joins Ravens Preseason Broadcast Team
Former Baltimore Ravens head coach Brian Billick will join WBAL-TV 11 sports director Gerry Sandusky to call all four of the Ravens' 2017 preseason games.
Orioles Face Second-Half Decisions On Five Key Players
With the non-waiver trade deadline looming, the Orioles will soon have to make some tough decision regarding five high-profile players. Who stays and who goes? Rich Dubroff breaks it down.
Building The Program: A New Look For Stevenson Soccer
Graeme Millar, who coached the Stevenson's women's soccer team for the past 10 years, will now take over the men's program, which has endured five losing seasons during the past six years.
PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: July 13 , 2017
Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including the Nationals' development of closer Francisco Rodriguez, the Redskins' negotiations with quarterback Kirk Cousins and more.
Heat beat Wizards in final seconds, 89-88
The Wizards had a chance to win it in the final seconds, but fell to the Heat in the first round of the NBA Summer League Las Vegas Tournament.
Wizards add veteran scoring threat in Meeks
The Wizards signed Jodie Meeks, giving Washington a proven scorer off the bench.
Wizards Sign Jodie Meeks
Team Adds Veteran Depth to Backcourt Rotation
Former Orioles Executive Kevin Malone: Orioles Should 'Go For It,' Keep Top Players
With the MLB non-waiver trade deadline approaching, former assistant GM Kevin Malone shares the advice he'd give the Orioles: "I'd say you reload and you come back out and you go for it."
Before Heading To WWE, Lio Rush Looks To Make History At Shamrock Cup
Lio Rush has already accomplished a lot in less than three years in pro wrestling, and now the 22-year-old Lanham, Md., native is out to become the first man to win the Shamrock Cup three years in a row.
Under Armour A Finalist For ESPN Sports Humanitarian Award
In recognition of its leadership in the renovation of UA House, Under Armour was named one of four finalists for the Corporate Community Impact Award at ESPN's Sports Humanitarian Awards.
Glenn Clark: Thoughts On 'Fixing' All-Star Game, Home Run Derby, Fox In-Game Interviews And More
Glenn Clark shares his thoughts on the five biggest storylines out of MLB All-Star week, including how to "fix" the All-Star Game and Home Run Derby, Fox's in-game interviews and more.
Wizards look for first win in rematch with Heat
Tournament play begins Wednesday for the Wizards as the No. 21 seed against No. 14 Miami.
PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: July 12 , 2017
Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including the Nationals' showing in the All-Star Game, the Wizards' struggles in Summer League play and more.
Wizards rally but fall short to Bulls
After trailing by as many as 23 points, Washington battled to within one late, but couldn't climb over the top Tuesday evening in Vegas.
Capitals Sign Wayne Simpson
The Washington Capitals have signed right wing Wayne Simpson to a one-year, two-way contract.
Orioles Prospect Ryan Mountcastle: 'I Think I Can Be A Big League Shortstop'
Baltimore Orioles prospect Ryan Mountcastle sees his future at shortstop, regardless of whether others share his vision. "I just try to block it all out, and I know what I'm capable of," he said.
Baltimore Wrestler Wins Gold At International Games In Israel
Owings Mills native Jack Mutchnik won a gold medal in Greco-Roman wrestling July 10 at the 20th World Maccabiah Games in Israel.
Former Oriole Nick Markakis Never An All-Star, But He Should've Been
Former Orioles right fielder Nick Markakis batted. 290 during nine seasons in Baltimore and won two Gold Gloves, yet he never represented the Orioles in the All-Star Game.
Wizards take on Bulls in Game 3 of Summer League
The Wizards take on the Bulls tonight at 6pm.
DELLE DONNE VOTED INTO 2017 ALL-STAR STARTING LINEUP
Elena Delle Donne is heading to Seattle and will make her 4th WNBA All-Star start.
Fantasy Football Mock Draft: Drafting Wide Receivers First
In his latest fantasy football mock draft, Ken Zalis sees what happens when he drafts wide receivers with his first two picks.
PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: July 11 , 2017
Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including a look ahead to the MLB All-Star Game, an update on Wizards Summer League action and more.
Former Terps Star Melo Trimble Looking To Impress Sixers And '29 Other Teams'
Despite going undrafted in the 2017 NBA Draft, former Terps star Melo Trimble doesn't regret not leaving after his freshman season. "I was young, and I wouldn't have been able to take not playing, not starting."
Wizards lose battle against Heat in Vegas
The Wizards and Heat battled back and forth in Washington's second Summer League game, but Miami ended up on top, 91-87.
Danny Woodhead Could Be A Key Weapon In Ravens Offense
Running back Danny Woodhead adds a different dimension to the Ravens' offense, and the offseason addition could be a major part of the Ravens' passing attack this season.
Orioles' First-Half Recap: Five Things That Went Wrong
While it's easy to point to starting pitching, Rich Dubroff takes a look at five things that went wrong for the Baltimore Orioles during the season's first half.
Caps Today, 7/10/17
Former Capitals radio play-by-play announcer Ron Weber was inducted into the Washington D.C. Sports Hall of Fame on Sunday at Nationals Park.
Fantasy Baseball Risers, Fallers: First Half Of 2017
With the first half of the fantasy baseball season in the books, Phil Backert highlights the three most surprising and the three most disappointing hitters of the first half.
Stan 'The Fan' Charles' MLB Power Rankings: July 10, 2017
The Baltimore Orioles drop two spots to No. 18 in Stan "The Fan" Charles' latest MLB power rankings, and there's a new team in the top spot.
PressBox D.C. Sports Minute: July 10 , 2017
Glenn Clark offers a roundup of the day's top sports stories, including the Nationals' 10-5 win against the Braves to enter the All-Star break with a 52-36 record, plus the latest members of the D.C. Sports Hall of Fame and more.
Wizards look to bounce back against Miami
In its second game of the NBA's Summer League, Washington looks to tighten up to even its record in Vegas.
Scott gives Wizards veteran experience off bench
The Wizards officially announced that they have signed forward Mike Scott to a contract for the 2017-18 NBA season.
Wizards Sign Mike Scott
Five-Year Pro Brings Three-Point Shooting to Wizards’ Bench
Adam Jones, Orioles Close First Half With Win
Orioles center fielder Adam Jones hit two homers and drove in five runs to lead Baltimore to an 11-5 win over the Minnesota Twins July 9.
Recapping SiriusXM's Fantasy Football Draft
Ken Zalis recaps his results from the SiriusXM fantasy football draft, and he says his plan was to load up on running backs early, but it didn't work out that way.
Wizards Fall in Summer League Opener
Washington fought back from a large deficit but ultimately fell to Memphis, 91-88.