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Former Johns Hopkins Star Kyle Harrison Developing Next Wave Of Lacrosse Players

Former Johns Hopkins star Kyle Harrison is developing the next wave of Baltimore lacrosse players with the Charm City Youth Lacrosse League, a nonprofit organization founded in 2009 to expose Baltimore City children to the sport.

Denied His Olympic Dream 50 Years Ago, Dave Patrick Still On The Move

Maryland native Dave Patrick was denied a chance to compete at the 1968 Olympics in Mexico City through a process that was later deemed unjust. "I can forgive," he said. "But I can't forget."

Lydell Henry Looks To Impact Baltimore Youth Through Wrestling

Beat the Streets -- which aims to help kids in Baltimore develop life skills through wrestling -- is now located at 14 schools in the city, but Lydell Henry has even bigger goals for the program.

The 15: Unlikely Baltimore Sports Heroes

In honor of the unlikely heroes who helped the 1983 Baltimore Orioles win the World Series, Glenn Clark runs down the 15 (other) most unlikely heroes in Baltimore sports history.

Startling Changes Afoot At Business Level Of Sports Gambling

Depending on your point of view, legalized sports gambling in America has been moving at a brisk pace since the U.S. Supreme Court gave the green light in May 2018 for states to offer it, or the changes have been mostly unnoticeable.

Annapolis Native, Ravens Fan TPindell A YouTube Sensation

Troy Pindell grew up in Annapolis, Md., played football at Florida Atlantic and has a lifelong love for the Baltimore Ravens. Now, he's a YouTube sensation with nearly 2.5 million subscribers.

The German Flock Comes Home To Roost

Germany native Felix Weber became a Baltimore Ravens fan when he was an exchange student in Maryland. Two decades later, he created Ravens Roost No. 500, the first Ravens Roost outside the U.S.

Baltimore Blast Announces 2018-19 Schedule

The Baltimore Blast will begin the 2018-19 season against the Mississauga MetroStars at the SECU Arena in Towson, Md., Dec. 1, the Blast announced Sept. 25.

Dick Gordon Remembered As Influential Within Baseball Circles

Dick Gordon, a Baltimore attorney who represented prominent professional athletes following their playing careers, died Sept. 25 following a brief illness. Mr. Gordon was 85.

Dr. Jodi Frey, Former Athletes Aim To End Stigma About Mental Illness

Dr. Jodi Frey of the University of Maryland School of Social Work and former athletes like Eric Hipple and Clint Malarchuk are teaming up to end the stigma about mental illness.

UMBC Athletics Sees Business Boost

After scoring a historic upset win against Virginia in the NCAA Tournament last March, UMBC has seen a boost in sponsorship and ticket sales for the fall sports season.

Though Future In Maryland Is Unclear, Legal Sports Gambling Picking Up Steam Nationally

With legal sports gambling not on the ballot in Maryland until at least 2020, Bill Ordine breaks down where sports betting is headed nationally.

The 15: Most Painful Exits By Baltimore Sports Figures

Glenn Clark runs down the 15 most painful exits by Baltimore sports figures, from Bart Scott and Anquan Boldin to Nick Markakis and Eddie Murray and more.

Despite Sluggish 2017, Baltimore Ravens' Franchise Value Continues To Rise

The value of the Baltimore Ravens rose by 9 percent during the last year to $2.5 billion, according to a Forbes analysis, despite a rocky 2017 for the franchise.