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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.

Maryland's Season Ends Vs. Duke In NCAA Men's Lacrosse Semifinals

The Terps men's lacrosse team couldn't overcome a poor start against Duke in the national semifinals and lost to the Blue Devils, 13-8, May 26.

Glenn Clark Radio Week In Review: May 21-25, 2018

In case you missed anything from Glenn Clark Radio this week, here are a few highlights to check out, including interviews with Jairus Lyles and Kordell Stewart.

Maryland Falls To Boston College In Women's Lacrosse Final Four

Terps midfielder Jen Giles had three goals and three assists, but Maryland fell to Boston College, 15-13, in the NCAA semifinals May 25.

Six Observations From Ravens OTAs

Bo Smoka shares six observations from the Ravens' May 24 OTA workout, including head coach John Harbaugh's assessment of the team, the performance of Baltimore's new receivers and more.

Fantasy Baseball Waiver-Wire Targets: May 25, 2018

Phil Backert surveys the fantasy baseball waiver wire, and he suggests owners target Reds reliever Jared Hughes and Brewers first baseman Jesus Aguilar.

Kordell Stewart: Ravens' Lamar Jackson Should Get Immersed In Playbook As QB

Former NFL quarterback Kordell Stewart, who was a versatile offensive weapon with the Steelers, believes the Ravens should develop Lamar Jackson strictly as a quarterback unless the rookie asks to play a different role.

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.

Five Observations After Orioles' Series In Chicago

Rich Dubroff shares five observations from the Baltimore Orioles' series against the Chicago White Sox.

Joe Flacco: Lamar Jackson Welcomed 'With Open Arms'

Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco dismissed the notion that there was any friction or issue between him and first-round draft pick Lamar Jackson, saying the rookie was welcomed "with open arms."

Terps QB Commit David Summers: 'I Really Feel Like Maryland's On The Rise'

Maryland quarterback commit David Summers said he thinks the Terps are on the rise and he sees the program contending for a Big Ten championship this year or next.

Glenn Clark Radio On Jim Palmer's Chris Davis Comments

Glenn Clark Radio discussed the comments Orioles broadcaster Jim Palmer made about first baseman Chris Davis during MASN's May 23 postgame show and the ensuing controversy.

After Defeating McDonogh, Notre Dame Prep Lacrosse Looking Ahead

After snapping McDonogh's 198-game winning streak to win the Blazers' first IAAM title since 2003, the Notre Dame Prep girls' lacrosse team and head coach Mac Ford are hungry for more.

Decision Time Approaching For Terps' Kevin Huerter

One of Kevin Huerter's former coaches isn't surprised to see the Maryland guard's stock rising ahead of the 2018 NBA Draft, nor is he taken aback by how well Huerter is handling the process.

Why Mark Trumbo Continues To Play Outfield For Orioles

While many fans may wonder why the Orioles continue to play Mark Trumbo in right field despite his defensive shortcomings, the stats show he's a far better hitter when he's playing the field.

Terps' Women's Lacrosse Set To Take On Boston College In Final Four

"We're preparing ourselves to be ready to do what we do and to continue doing what we've done all season," Maryland women's lacrosse coach Cathy Reese said as the Terps look to capture their fourth NCAA championship in five seasons. 

Blockbuster TV Deals Solidify Vince McMahon As Visionary, WWE As Mainstream Brand

Kevin Eck says WWE's reported new TV deals not only boost the company's bottom line, but also further solidify WWE's legitimacy as a significant mainstream entertainment brand.

New National Anthem Procedures Announced By NFL

The NFL's new national anthem policy allows players to remain in the locker room during the national anthem and allows the league to levy fines to teams and impose "appropriate discipline" if players don't "show respect."

Would Manny Machado-Addison Russell Deal Make Sense For Orioles?

Stan "The Fan" Charles and Glenn Clark discuss the Manny Machado-Addison Russell trade talk and whether the deal would make sense for the Orioles despite Russell's on-field struggles and off-field questions.

Maryland Men's Lacrosse Looks To Repeat As Champions

The Maryland's men's lacrosse team is in familiar territory, and that confidence could bode well for the Terps as they look to defend their national championship.