A Devoted Family Man And Journalist, John McNamara's Legacy Lives On
John McNamara was one of five people killed in the Capital Gazette shootings June 28. Former Maryland basketball coach Gary Williams and McNamara's wife, Andrea Chamblee, and others pay tribute to his legacy.
The 15: Most Painful Exits By Baltimore Sports Figures
Glenn Clark runs down the 15 most painful exits by Baltimore sports figures, from Bart Scott and Anquan Boldin to Nick Markakis and Eddie Murray and more.
Despite Sluggish 2017, Baltimore Ravens' Franchise Value Continues To Rise
The value of the Baltimore Ravens rose by 9 percent during the last year to $2.5 billion, according to a new Forbes analysis, despite a rocky 2017 for the franchise.
Baltimore Brigade Falls Short In ArenaBowl XXXI
Baltimore Brigade fell to the Washington Valor 69-55 in ArenaBowl XXXI at Royal Farms Arena July 28.
Q&A: Baltimore Brigade Cornerback Josh Victorian
Cornerback Josh Victorian started his pro career by spending training camp with the Ravens in 2011. He's now looking to bring Charm City its first-ever Arena Football League title with the Baltimore Brigade.
Terry Hasseltine: Baltimore Capable Of Handling 2026 World Cup Events
M&T Bank Stadium is one of 17 American venues hoping to land matches for the 2026 World Cup, and Maryland Sports executive director Terry Hasseltine sees a few factors that could play in Baltimore's favor.
Five Things To Know About Baltimore Brigade Before ArenaBowl XXXI
The Baltimore Brigade will take on the Washington Valor in ArenaBowl XXXI at Royal Farms Arena July 28, the first ArenaBowl appearance for the Brigade.
Jack Gilden's New Football Book Is About More Than The Game
Baltimore freelance writer Jack Gilden's new book, "Collision of Wills: Johnny Unitas, Don Shula, and the Rise of the Modern NFL" offers a revealing look at one of the game's most idolized players and one of its most triumphant coaches.
Local Players Participating In NBA Summer League
Several players with local ties are competing in the NBA Summer League, including former UMBC standout Jairus Lyles and former Mount St. Mary's star Junior Robinson.
Washington Capitals' Stanley Cup Victory Is Bittersweet Affair For Baltimore Hockey Fans
Stan "The Fan" Charles reflects on Baltimore's hockey history and why the Capitals' first Stanley Cup victory is bittersweet for some local hockey fans.
Jaylen Adams Hopes To Represent Baltimore In NBA
Former Mount St. Joseph star Jaylen Adams hopes to be the next Baltimore product in the NBA. "I definitely look forward to being a part of that list of names that did make it," Adams said. "And I'm prepared for any route I got to take to get there."
Baltimore Native Corsley Edwards Playing For BIG3
Thirteen years after he last played in the NBA, Baltimore native and Lake Clifton alum Corsley Edwards will be playing high-level basketball on national TV again this summer in the BIG3.
Late Promoter Scott Wagner Honored By Maryland Boxing Hall Of Fame
Scott Wagner took the concept of Ballroom Boxing at Michael's Eighth Avenue in Glen Burnie, Md., and helped it grow into something seen regularly across the nation.
Glenn Clark: Baltimore Could Be A Big-Time Hockey Town
Glenn Clark weighs in on the Capitals' Stanley Cup run, his own jealousy and why Baltimore could be a big-time hockey town.