More Sports Archive: September / October 2010
Gino Is Back In Business
Baltimore Colts' legendary defensive captain Gino Marchetti is lending his name to yet another venture in the burger world with a new "Gino's Burgers & Chicken" celebrating its grand opening Nov. 14 in King of Prussia, Pa., where Marchetti has made his home for many years.
Decision '10: Who's Top Sports Gov?
Stan Charles spoke with then-Governor Bob Ehrlich in May 2006 to discuss the state of sports in Maryland. Four years later, Charles talked with Governor Martin O'Malley about the same issues. See how the two candidates compare.
Will Orioles Land On WBAL?
The rumblings just won't die. Hearst news talker WBAL appears to be in play as the possible new flagship station for the Baltimore Orioles. But sources say it's still more likely the team will return to CBS's 105.7 The Fan, WJZ-FM, next season.
MMA: Event Showcases Area Talent
Lou Neglia’s Ring of Combat XXXI showcased some of the top MMA talent from the Mid-Atlantic region.
City Residents Living With Race Construction Woes
Road improvement projects for Baltimore's inaugural Grand Prix race have increased traffic in downtown Baltimore.
After Years Of Turmoil, IndyCar Racing On Rise
Next year's Baltimore Grand Prix is a major step in the re-emergence of IndyCar racing.
CSN's Baltimore Coverage Is Growing
Comcast SportsNet has made some big lineup changes, along with a new HD studio.
Is MMA The Future Of Boxing?
If highly-decorated boxers can come over and fight in the UFC and earn serious money, why wouldn't the trend continue?
Maryland Has History In Motorsports
Next year's IndyCar event won't be the first motorsports event in the area. In fact, the state has a great history in auto racing.
Orioles Looking For New Radio Home?
Jeff Zrebiec at BaltimoreSun.com reported the Orioles are shopping around their radio deal. Their contract with CBS Radio's 105.7 The Fan, WJZ-FM expires after this season.
Ravens Give Networks Ratings Boost
The Ravens scored big numbers during the Sept. 13 debut of this season's "Monday Night Football" with their victory over the New York Jets.
Jennifer Gilbert Hosts National Sports Show
Hosted by Channel 45/WBFF news anchor Jennifer Gilbert, "The Real Score" is geared to intelligent sports fans interested in what's going on behind the scenes in the fascinating corporate sports business world.
Studies Dictate Need For Concussion Police
With new information still rolling off the presses about concussions, how will the policies enacted by various sports leagues and state governments hold up to the long-term consequences?
Le Mans Added To 'Festival Of Speed'
The addition of the American Le Mans series to what is now being called the "Festival of Speed" to be held Labor Day weekend 2011 makes the race series in Baltimore a rarity.
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