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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.

For Justify Jockey Mike Smith, Sharing Triple Crown With Mom 'Meant Everything'

For Justify jockey Mike Smith, one of the best parts of winning the Triple Crown was being able to share the moment with his mother. "It meant everything to me," Smith said. "... I can't tell you how great it's been and it's going to be."

Cordish Companies Open Live! Casino & Hotel

The wait for the hotel portion of Live! Casino & Hotel is over. The Cordish Companies opened the doors to the 310 guest rooms and suites of the 17-story luxury hotel June 6.

Delaware Casinos Will Soon Allow Sports Betting

Delaware's three casinos will be allowed to operate Las Vegas-style sports books starting at 1:30 p.m. June 5.

Should Baltimore Sports Fans Embrace The Capitals?

Should Baltimore sports fans embrace the Washington Capitals? Stan "The Fan" Charles and Glenn Clark weigh in.

Long-Time WBAL Sports Producer Chris Dachille Fights Rare Form Of Cancer

After being diagnosed with cancer, WBAL-TV executive sports producer Chris Dachille has been overwhelmed by the support he's received. "It's just very awesome to know that there are so many people that care about you and love you," Dachille said.

Baltimore Golf Week Raises Support For YouthWorks

Baltimore Golf Week, which will be held from May 26-June 3 across many Baltimore City golf courses, was created to raise support for YouthWorks, a nonprofit organization created by the Baltimore Mayor's Office of Employment Development.

Justify Jockey Mike Smith: Preakness 'Just Belongs' At Pimlico Race Course

"It just belongs there," Justify jockey Mike Smith said of the future of Preakess at Pimlico Race Course. "... I sure hope they figure something out where they can keep it there."

Stronach Group COO Tim Ritvo Addresses Future Of Preakness

Tim Ritvo, chief operating officer of the Stronach Group, which is the parent company of the Maryland Jockey Club, addressed the ongoing question of the Preakness Stakes possibly moving from Pimlico to Laurel Park.

Justify Wins Preakness, Keeps Alive Chance For Triple Crown

On a fog-shrouded Pimlico track, Justify battled Good Magic and bested a pair of charging challengers to win the 143rd Preakness Stakes and keep alive the chance for a Triple Crown.

Wet Conditions Set The Stage For 143rd Preakness Stakes

The biggest race day of the year for Maryland got off to a soggy but not soaking start at Pimlico Race Course, as a sloppy track awaits the 143rd Preakness Stakes.



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