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In The Paper: July 2017
Cover Story: Ken Rosenthal has developed into one of baseball's most significant broadcast figures since leaving The Baltimore Sun 17 years ago.
In The Paper: June 2017
Cover Story: The strong commitment from both the founders of the James Mosher little league and its earliest players speak to the life lessons garnered from seasons long ago.
In The Paper: May 2017
Cover Story: Whether it's with his trademark laugh, his cooking skills or his lessons in baseball and life, Orioles first base coach Wayne Kirby has endeared himself to everyone in his circle.
In The Paper: April 2017
Cover Story: Torrey Smith may never catch another pass for the Ravens, but in the game of life, Smith and his wife, Chanel, keep making big plays for their adopted hometown of Baltimore.
In The Paper: March 2017
Cover Story: Baltimore native Keion Carpenter impacted his hometown in profound ways, and those who worked closest with him plan to ensure his good work, and his good name, won’t be forgotten.
In The Paper: February 2017
Cover Story: After many stops, starts and obstacles during their journeys to the big leagues, Orioles starting pitchers Dyland Bundy and Kevin Gausman appear poised for stardom.
In The Paper: January 2017
Cover Story: Bill Ordine looks at how recently retired school president Kevin Manning executed his vision for what athletics could do to put his school on solid footing.
In The Paper: December 2016
Cover Story: Michael Olesker looks at how former Bullets star Wes Unseld and his family took a passion for education and offered up a welcoming embrace to the thousands of children who have passed through their school.
In The Paper: November 2016
Cover Story: For four Midshipmen, the Army-Navy game has a far greater meaning, as their commitment to serve comes from those closest to them.
In The Paper: October 2016
Cover Story: Joe Platania looks at how Justin Tucker is enjoying life as the Baltimore Ravens' kicker and Renaissance man.
In The Paper: September 2016
Cover Story: As his Hall of Fame career as a jockey heads into the home stretch, Edgar Prado returns to the place where he launched his brilliant career.
In The Paper: August 2016
Cover Story: 57.4 million people participated in fantasy sports in 2015, and there's no denying the phenomenon is fully entrenched in the football culture.
In The Paper: July 2016
Cover Story: Michael Phelps heads to the Summer Olympics as the most decorated Olympian of all time, but what drives him today is his newfound sense of self outside the water.
In The Paper: June 2016
Cover Story: College athletics are constantly evolving, and Towson athletic director Tim Leonard wants to be proactive in positioning his Tigers for an anticipated seismic round of changes.
In The Paper: May 2016
Cover Story: How shortstops Manny Machado and Jonathan Schoop put competition aside to blaze their paths to the majors and build an enduring friendship.
In The Paper: April 2016
Cover Story: As he prepares to cover his 33rd NFL Draft, Mel Kiper Jr. is back on the clock.
In The Paper: March 2016
Cover Story: After decades of irrelevance, the Maryland baseball program is steadily gaining respectability and could be closing in on greatness.
In The Paper: February 2016
Cover Story: As Buck Showalter enters his sixth spring training as Orioles manager, has he been even more valuable than the team could have imagined?
In The Paper: January 2016
Cover Story: West Baltimore's Gervonta Davis is on a path that could lead him to becoming the city's next champion.
In The Paper: December 2015
Cover Story: Jim Henneman looks back at how one trade forever changed the fortunes of Milt Pappas, Frank Robinson and the Baltimore Orioles.
In The Paper: November 2015
Cover Story: More than two decades since he graduated, Walt Williams' fidelity to Maryland is still the stuff of legends.
In The Paper: October 2015
Cover Story: How Gilman and McDonogh have perfected their 100-year-old rivalry into a work of art.
In The Paper: September 2015
Cover Story: Entering year two in the Big Ten, Maryland has found the athletic and academic fit to be almost as important as the financial advantages.