More Sports Archive: Sept / Oct / Nov / Dec 2008
The 15: New Year's Resolutions
With another year coming to a close, here's a quick look at 15 New Year's Resolutions we would like to see in 2009.
Baltimore's Radio Wars
With four sports-talk radio stations in the Baltimore market, how much is too much?
Kail's Statue A Fitting Tribute
Sculptor Fred Kail's tribute to Colts great Art Donovan was unveiled in a ceremony at the Oregon Grill in Hunt Valley.
What Will Slots Mean for Md.?
After years of pushing for it, the horse racing industry, casino lobbyists and others have gotten their wish: slot machines are here, but who will strike it rich?
The 15: Giving Thanks
With Thanksgiving just around the corner, here's a quick look at 15 things Baltimore sports fans should be thankful for.
Easy Stand On Little Weed Is Blight On Pro Leagues
Dave Lomonico takes a hard look at the easy treatment given to marijuana offenses by many athletes.
Getting Into The Game
After years of ad hoc attempts to land non-major league sporting events, Maryland opens a new marketing office to bring more sports, and money, to the state.
Media Guide: What's It Worth?
Barry Silverman examines how the recent economic crises and all the related belt-tightenings and fears of risk-taking will affect the sports landscape.
Media Guide: Phelps Needs To Cultivate Thicker Skin
Barry Silverman has some advice for Michael Phelps: Lighten up, dude; you swam through water, you didn't walk on it.
Catching Up With Alex Ovechkin
As he gets set to begin his fourth NHL season, reigning NHL MVP and Washington left wing Alex Ovechkin spoke with PressBox's Nick Drecchio about the Capitals' expectations for the upcoming year.
Media Guide: Billick Gets Special Place To Sound Off
By now most football fans have seen or heard about former Ravens coach Brian Billick investing in local sports talk radio station WNST 1570-AM.
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