In Focus With Bill Ordine
What Would The Preakness Look Like At Laurel Park?
In the event the Preakness Stakes moves out of Pimlico Race Course and to Laurel Park, what would the race look like? Bill Ordine breaks down the differences in crowd size, high-end spectator spaces and more.
With Course Designer Hired, Fair Hill Advances Five-Star Vision
With a five-star Three-Day Eventing competition scheduled for October 2020, Fair Hill International has hired course designer Ian Stark to create a cross-country course worthy of the prestigious international event.
Johns Hopkins Lacrosse Legend Paul Rabil Aims To Grow Game Through Forward-Thinking PLL
Former Johns Hopkins lacrosse star Paul Rabil -- who co-founded the Premier Lacrosse League with his brother, Mike -- is aiming to grow the game and league through a business approach befitting a Silicon Valley startup.
Countdown To 100th Turkey Bowl Between Calvert Hall, Loyola Blakefield Underway
The countdown to the 100th renewal of the oldest Catholic high school football rivalry in America began with the unveiling of a logo for the 2019 game between Calvert Hall and Loyola Blakefield.
Horseshoe Baltimore Offering Sneak Peek Of Topgolf
With the opening of Topgolf Swing Suites March 30, Horseshoe Baltimore visitors will be able to sample an indoor version of Topgolf in a pair of simulation suites, a sneak peek of what's to come in 2020.
Latest Legal Issue Aside, Questions Abound Regarding Gervonta Davis' Future
Baltimore boxer Gervonta Davis was allegedly involved in a recent altercation at a Virginia mall, but Bill Ordine says the 24-year-old's latest legal issue is only one of the questions regarding Davis' future in the ring.
Humanity The Hallmark Of Jim Margraff's Legacy At Johns Hopkins
For those who knew Jim Margraff, who passed away in January, it wasn't his record as Johns Hopkins' head football coach that defined him. It was his humanity.
New After-School Sports Producing Results In And Out Of Classroom For Henderson-Hopkins
Under the direction of new principal Peter Kannam, the Henderson-Hopkins school in East Baltimore is using after-school sports to help unlock students' potential and improve results.
Maryland General Assembly Faces Complex Issues In New Sports Gambling Quest
Could the Maryland General Assembly really make a move on sports wagering without a statewide referendum? Bill Ordine looks at how it could work and the potential pitfalls and issues that could slow the process down.
What Does The Maryland Stadium Authority's Pimlico Study Mean?
Bill Ordine breaks down some of the findings from the recently released Maryland Stadium Authority study regarding the future of Baltimore's Pimlico Race Course.
Dick Gordon Remembered As Influential Within Baseball Circles
Dick Gordon, a Baltimore attorney who represented prominent professional athletes following their playing careers, died Sept. 25 following a brief illness. Mr. Gordon was 85.