Thursday, March 4, 2021



How did Ravens cornerbacks stack up to rest of NFL in 2020?

Marlon Humphrey made his second straight Pro Bowl and remained one of the top corners in the NFL.

Former Orioles manager, 1983 World Series champ Joe Altobelli dies at 88

Altobelli was the last man to lead Baltimore to a World Series championship.

How did Ravens offensive linemen stack up to rest of NFL in 2020?

The healthy return of left tackle Ronnie Stanley is a must for an offensive line that could look very different in 2021.

How did Ravens inside linebackers stack up to rest of NFL in 2020?

Baltimore will want to see Patrick Queen make a jump in his second year to deem the 2020 first-round pick a success.

Mancini “almost teared up a bit” from ovation in first spring game

The Orioles first baseman singled in his first Grapefruit League at-bat since being diagnosed with colon cancer last March.

Hyde reveals Mullins to bat only from left side, talks Mancini’s return to Orioles lineup

Cedric Mullins had batted just .147 with a .439 OPS in 111 major league plate appearances as a right-handed hitter.

Orioles’ Davis says he’s made changes “visible to the naked eye” in hopes of better results

The veteran first baseman described adjustments at the plate as "overdue" in trying to rejuvenate his career after batting a combined .169 over the last three seasons.

How did Ravens running backs stack up to rest of NFL in 2020?

Gus Edwards has averaged more than 5.0 yards per carry and rushed for more than 700 yards in three straight seasons.

How did Ravens defensive linemen stack up to rest of NFL in 2020?

Despite missing nearly five full games, Calais Campbell was named to his sixth Pro Bowl in his first year with Baltimore.

The realities of (another) Orioles summer of losing a lot of baseball games

Sure, the 0.0 predictions about postseason hopes were clever but what is the 2021 ceiling for the Birds of Mike Elias and rebuilding into another season without real hope for anything other than the future?
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