More Sports Archive: July / August 2010
Keibler Makes Hottest Athletes List
She danced her way to third place on the second season of "Dancing With The Stars," and now Baltimore's own Stacy Keibler has made it to No. 6 on the Bleacher Report's Hottest Athletes of All Time list.
Ratings Rise For Ravens Preseason Games
The Ravens' preseason TV broadcasts are seeing a ratings hike of about 20 percent over last year's numbers, despite games not being seen on MASN.
Silva's Late Heroics Secure Belt
In what many will regard as one of the most stunning victories in UFC championship history, Anderson "The Spider" Silva retained his middleweight title belt from a determined and tireless Chael Sonnen earlier this month in UFC 117.
Ravens Shows To Air On WBAL Plus, Comcast SportsNet
The Baltimore Ravens' television shows, produced internally by 'Rave-TV,' will be widely seen in the Baltimore area, as well as in Washington, D.C. and other surrounding areas, both on WBAL Plus and Comcast SportsNet.
Media Guide: Harbaugh Show Finds New TV Home
While the Ravens have found a new Baltimore home for their TV programs, including "The John Harbaugh Show," on Channel 11/WBAL's WBAL Plus digital subchannel, talks continue to expand the coach's show and other Ravens TV programs onto other stations throughout the Mid-Atlantic region.
Media Guide: Ravens Split With MASN
In early August, Ravens management ended its four-year deal with the Mid-Atlantic Sports Network, leaving the team without a TV venue to carry its preseason games and seasonal football shows throughout the Mid-Atlantic region.
Live Racing Return To Laurel Park
The second half of the Maryland racing calendar starts July 31 when Laurel Park opens an 11-day summer meeting with a nine-race card, including an all-Turf Pick 3 to end the program. Live racing has been on hiatus in Maryland since May 22 at the conclusion of the Pimlico Race Course spring stand.
Media Guide: Shuffling Continues At The Fan
There are rumblings CBS Radio in Baltimore might move Jeremy Conn from afternoons with Scott Garceau to mornings on sports talker WJZ-FM, 105.7 The Fan.
Cage Time II Quick But Worthwhile
Cage Time II in Ocean City, another Jake "The Snake" Smith mixed martial arts event, was not quite the card to put spectators on the edge of their seats like during the first Cage Time event this past April in Pikesville.
Comcast SportsNet Launches CSNbaltimore.com
Comcast SportsNet Mid-Atlantic will start "an exclusive content-development partnership" with PressBox, along with the launch of its long-anticipated CSNbaltimore.com Web site July 20.
Can Redskin Warrior Riggins Powwow With Ravens Fans?
When John Riggins returned to the Mid-Atlantic Sports Network July 1, many wondered if the Redskins great would be able to balance his old team with the Ravens, since many MASN viewers bleed purple.
Athletes Can't Run From Stress Of Divorce
Despite all the media sensationalism, Joseph Geier sees the most common cause of failed marriages for professional athletes not as infidelity, but rather an overall lifestyle not conducive to marriage.
Ravens Radio Expands Into D.C. Market
The Baltimore Ravens land two important radio stations in Washington Redskins territory. Even though Annapolis is part of the Baltimore metropolitan area, WNAV, 1430 AM, has been a Redskins outlet for almost 20 years -- until now.
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