Monday, October 26, 2020

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Thoughts on Tillman’s struggles, Pearce, Jones

The 2015 Opening Day starter sports a 5.94 ERA through his first 10 starts.

Counting down to Wieters return, Orioles add Clevenger to mix

The Pigtown native was hitting .352 at Triple-A Norfolk this season.

Orioles designate Webb for assignment, promote Lavarnway

Baltimore will now begin the 2015 season with 13 pitchers on the 25-man roster.

Clevenger, Garcia make Orioles’ 25-man roster for Opening Day

The Pigtown native will be the backup catcher behind Caleb Joseph to begin the season.

2015 Orioles preview: Ryan Lavarnway

Luke Jones will take a look at a member of the 2015 Orioles every day ahead of their April 6 opener.
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A week off before seeing the Steelers can only help Ravens

After a choppy effort in Philadelphia, our resident money expert Leonard Raskin weighs in the value of some rest and bye week before Pittsburgh comes to town undefeated.
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Trading of purple makes Ngakoue latest in long line of Ravens midseason moves

General manager Eric DeCosta has not been shy about making moves that improve his football team after the leaves start to change every fall.

It’s Pittsburgh Week and they haven’t lost yet…

Big Ben Roethlisberger and the Steelers took care of business against Tennessee on Sunday. Now, the undefeated men of black and gold invade an almost empty Baltimore stadium for a reunion of the rivalry. Plenty at stake in crowded AFC North race.

How can Congress help Baltimoreans during COVID? We asked Dutch…

Our first-ever chat at Baltimore Positive was with Congressman Dutch Ruppersberger during better times in April 2019. Now with the election and COVID and Ravens' season all very much in progress, we took some serious citizen time with Dutch.

When is the help coming from Congress?

Former Lt. Governor of Maryland and current 4th District Congressman Anthony Brown discusses the frustrations and many logjams and stalls for progress on Capitol Hill.