Legislature grants Frosh $1M to sue feds over Trump policies

Mar 30 12:45am MarylandReporter.com
The Maryland Senate today passed, HB913, the Maryland Defense Act of 2017 – mandating that the administration fund five new attorneys in the Office of the Attorney General to sue the federal government -- at a cost of $1 million annually. The measure passed the Senate 30-15, a veto-proof majority. It is one of about two dozen bills delivered to Gov. Larry Hogan yesterday. He has only six days, not counting Sunday, to sign, veto or let the bills become law. Hogan has criticized the new powers for the attorney general, and is generally opposed to spending mandates.
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Varsity roundup (March 29): Belangers walk-off home run lifts McDonogh over South Carroll

Mar 29 10:55pm High School Sports - baltimoresun.com
Carsyn Belanger hit a two-out, two-run home run in the bottom of the seventh inning to lift No. 11 McDonogh over visiting South Carroll, 4-3, in softball Wednesday. Carsyn is the granddaughter of the late Mark Belanger, who was an Oriole from 1965 to 1981.
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What The Puck Episode 169 Offsides is for Dum Dums`

Mar 29 10:47pm Baltimore Sports Report
On this episode, we prepare for the playoffs.  Points.  It’s all about points.  The Caps need all they can get and the refs were not helping against Minnesota.  We talk about the terrible non-call for offsides from the Minnesota game.  Plus we talk Olympic hockey and the USA Women’s Hockey team dispute. The post What The Puck Episode 169 – Offsides is for Dum Dums` appeared first on Baltimore Sports Report.
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BBP: Light Up the Night 3/31/17

Mar 29 10:07pm Baltimore Bike Party
This party is gonna be electric! Or at least artificially gleaming with loads of glow sticks. Wanna get lit this Friday? Below is every thing you need to know. 1. Here’s the route 2. Here’s the cue sheet (turn by turn … Continue reading →...
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CTB Show 182: Lowell Melser Returns, Again

Mar 29 9:22pm The City That Breeds
Friend of the show Lowell Melser is back! Again. To talk about weight loss, Baltimore news, wanting to drive his car into a river and more!...
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Chesapeake makes a winner out of Siwinski in first varsity start

Mar 29 9:10pm High School Sports - baltimoresun.com
Seidler provides punch for Cougars...
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No. 1 McDonogh boys lacrosse beat by Indiana power, 12-9

Mar 29 8:19pm High School Sports - baltimoresun.com
Tough early-season matchups can provide valuable lessons for the important league games that follow, and the No. 1 McDonogh boys lacrosse team got one Wednesday against Indiana power Culver Academy.The host Eagles surrendered the game's first four goals to the visitors and worked hard to eventually...
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Reservoir baseball walks off Oakland Mills on Filomena single

Mar 29 8:10pm High School Sports - baltimoresun.com
Reservoir second baseman Guy Filomena committed an error to lead off the fourth inning and Oakland Mills scored its first run of the game three batters later on Wednesday. Gators starting pitcher Trevor Romaine replaced him in the field after the stanza, and Filomena figured his day was over. “I...
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Orioles set up well to platoon, but that strategy could affect young players' development

Mar 29 8:02pm Sports - baltimoresun.com
In a division full of some of the American League's top left-handed pitchers, the Orioles have creatively built a roster that they hope will be better than the league's 29th-ranked offense off lefties, the way it was last season. The key element is the power of the platoon.
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Two-run home run by Barnard propels Marriotts Ridge softball past Glenelg

Mar 29 7:57pm High School Sports - baltimoresun.com
After mustering one hit through 5 2/3 innings as a team against Glenelg Wednesday, Marriotts Ridge junior captain Mikayla Barnard wiped away the offensive ineptitude with one swing — a two-run homer to propel Marriotts Ridge past host Glenelg, 4-1. Barnard knew she got ahold of one, but she kept...
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No. 1 Maryland womens lacrosse dismantles No. 3 Florida

Mar 29 7:49pm Stories Beneath the Shell
by Alex Mann Powered by dominant performances from Zoe Stukenburg and Megan Taylor, No. 1 Maryland women’s lacrosse overpowered, outwitted and outclassed No. 3 Florida en route to a commanding 18-8 victory. Faced with constant harassment from the Gators, who committed 55 fouls and collected at least seven yellow cards, the Terps maintained their composure, […]...
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Dulaney softball makes statement with 21-1 victory over Lansdowne

Mar 29 7:34pm High School Sports - baltimoresun.com
In a match-up of undefeated powerhouse Baltimore County programs on Wednesday afternoon, Dulaney issued an emphatic early-season statement. The visiting Lions scored eight times in the top of the first inning and never slowed down, routing Lansdowne 21-1 to improve to 5-0 for the first time since...
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My last trip was to Calgary and the most distinctive thing I...

Mar 29 7:30pm Honk Free
My last trip was to Calgary and the most distinctive thing I remember is how polite the bus driver was to a person who missed the previous bus. He offered to catch up to the other bus so the guy could hop on (it was on a different route).
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Maryland's William Likely making quick recovery from torn ACL

Mar 29 7:06pm Sports - baltimoresun.com
For much of Maryland's Pro Day on Wednesday, William Likely III stood off to the side, his head obscured by the hood on his sweatshirt, waiting for a chance to show how much he had recovered from the torn ACL last fall that ended his college career.
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Living in a city that is constantly shit on by people who...

Mar 29 6:52pm Honk Free
Living in a city that is constantly shit on by people who don’t live in it yet benefit from it can be tough. Espically when they complain about it.
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Maryland's Melo Trimble on decision to enter draft: 'I felt like I did everything I could for the program'

Mar 29 6:23pm Sports - baltimoresun.com
Two years after he considered putting his name into the NBA draft following a breakout freshman season at Maryland, and one year after returning to College Park following a disappointing performance at the NBA combine, Melo Trimble is leaving for good, the school announced Wednesday.
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Orioles place Rule 5 pick Aneury Tavarez on outright waivers

Mar 29 5:21pm Sports - baltimoresun.com
The Orioles have placed Rule 5 outfielder Aneury Tavarez on outright waivers, according to industry sources.
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Melo Trimble on his legacy at Maryland

Mar 29 4:58pm Sports - baltimoresun.com
Terps basketball player Melo Trimble talks about his legacy at Maryland now that he has declared for the NBA draft. Teammate Kevin Huerter talks about picking up his scoring next season with the absence of Trimble. (Baltimore Sun video)...
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Gausman gets final tune-up before Orioles bullpen implodes in 15-6 loss

Mar 29 4:24pm Sports - baltimoresun.com
Several Orioles stars made their first and only road trip of the Grapefruit League season Wednesday for a 15-6 slog of a loss to the Tampa Bay Rays, and watched Opening Day starter Kevin Gausman make what he believes was a strong end to a sterling spring before the bullpen imploded.
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Terps freshman basketball player Micah Thomas to transfer

Mar 29 3:49pm Sports - baltimoresun.com
Freshman forward Micah Thomas will leave Maryland without having played in a game for the Terps The 6-7 Thomas, who was a three-star recruit coming out of high school at Huntington Prep in West Virginia, informed coach Mark Turgeon that he plans to transfer, the school announced. “I want to thank...
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Annapolis Maryland Blog Photograph A Living Shoreline on the Eastport Side of Back Creek in the Midday Sunshine Wednesday March 29th 2017

Mar 29 2:14pm Annapolis Experience Blog
A Skipjack and Draketail Next Door as Well Click on Photograph to Enlarge I have to say just how much I found this section of Eastport shoreline to be fairly reminiscent of a number of others that I have experienced on Maryland’s Eastern Shore. Perhaps the combination of thatch like bay grasses and sand Click on the following link to read the complete post Annapolis Maryland Blog Photograph • A Living Shoreline on the Eastport Side of Back Creek in the Midday Sunshine • Wednesday March 29th 2017...
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Orioles notes: Reunion with Worley in the works? Plus updates on Miley, Asher and Tillman

Mar 29 2:13pm Sports - baltimoresun.com
A reunion possibility emerged Wednesday when the Washington Nationals released right-hander Vance Worley, who owned a valuable role last season serving primarily as the Orioles' long reliever.
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Around The Beat Podcast: Talking hitting (and plate discipline) with Scott Coolbaugh

Mar 29 2:00pm BaltimoreBaseball.com
SUBSCRIBE TO OUR PODCASTS HERE iTunes / Google Play Orioles hitting coach Scott Coolbaugh keeps a low profile, seemingly because he’s always working with his hitters in the indoor and outdoor batting cages. The low profile is probably good, too, because I’m sure there are thousands of arm-chair hitting coaches that would love to explain […] The post Around The Beat Podcast: Talking hitting (and plate discipline) with Scott Coolbaugh appeared first on BaltimoreBaseball.com.
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Accenture acquires Maryland firm with eye toward future of payments

Mar 29 12:48pm Technical.ly Baltimore
First Annapolis is joining Accenture Consulting to help with the ongoing transition in the payments space.
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Maryland's Melo Trimble declares for NBA draft, signs with agent

Mar 29 12:14pm Sports - baltimoresun.com
Two years after he considered putting his name into the NBA draft following a breakout freshman season at Maryland, and one year after returning to College Park following a disappointing performance at the NBA combine, Melo Trimble is leaving for good, the school announced Wednesday.
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Baltimore is upgrading its 311 system

Mar 29 11:59am Technical.ly Baltimore
The city is spending $1.6 million on a new CRM system. The Baltimore Sun reports the city went with Salesforce.
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Kinsella leads Mt. Hebron softball in five-inning shutout victory over Long Rech

Mar 29 11:09am High School Sports - baltimoresun.com
Warming up for the game against Long Reach Wednesday, Mt. Hebron pitcher Rylee Kinsella felt her off-speed stuff working really well. She knew right away the game plan was to throw as many movement pitches as possible — and the result? A three-hit shutout with seven strikeouts in five innings pitched...
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New Orioles pitcher Alec Asher reports to camp; hearing from pitching coach Roger McDowell

Mar 29 9:57am Sports - baltimoresun.com
As Orioles players continued to clear out their lockers in Sarasota on Wednesday morning to prepare for their impending move north, newly acquired pitcher Alec Asher arrived carrying his Philadelphia Phillies equipment bag over his shoulder.
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What a relief: Orioles find way to maintain bullpen consistency few can match

Mar 29 9:54am Sports - baltimoresun.com
Over the past five seasons, the Orioles bullpen's combined ERA is 3.25, which ranks third in baseball. The club has maintained strength in that area, which has long been volatile throughout baseball.
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This startup makes it easier to get your boat fixed

Mar 29 8:57am Technical.ly Baltimore
Mariner Exchange founder Alex Nicholson told us about getting his first customers, prepping for summer and spreading the word via paddleboard.
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Marco's Pizza franchise debuts in central Maryland

Mar 29 8:42am Dining Dish
Local residents in Anne Arundel County, Brian Bogard and his wife Beth, have selected Lakeshore Plaza in Pasadena as the location for their inaugural Marco’s Pizza in Maryland.  The Lakeshore Plaza location at MD Route 100 and Magothy Beach Road opened earlier this month. The couple plans to open a total of six locations throughout Anne Arundel and Howard County within the next couple years.  Brian Bogard, a former officer in the US Army, served as Company Commander of the Food Service training center at Ft. Jackson, South Carolina and his wife Beth, a former caterer, understands a quality product.  It was a visit with relatives in West Virginia, where the Bogards first tasted a Marco’s Pizza, and it was love at first bite.  Read more »...
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State Roundup, March 29, 2017

Mar 29 8:31am MarylandReporter.com
The General Assembly OKs the state’s $43.5 billion budget, closing $400 million gap and sending funds to Baltimore City, other counties with declining enrollments; Gov. Hogan calls school evaluation legislation “utter disgrace,” vows a veto; bail reform advocates protest bail reform bill that would expand use of bail; lawmakers OK bill to bolster Planned Parenthood in wake of federal cuts; craft brewers complain about restrictions in new craft brewing legislation; lawmakers OK extension of energy efficiency program; Baltimore City and Baltimore and Arundel counties top state in overdose deaths; and Sens. Cardin, Van Hollen oppose Judge Gorsuch for Supreme Court.
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TREG A Toga Party! American Visionary Art Museum

Mar 29 8:00am Baltimore SNAP
March 24, 2017 – American Visionary Art Museum...
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Vodka Cocktails

Mar 29 8:00am minxeats - recipes, recaps, and restaurant reviews
We like to drink. In moderation. While Mr Minx is happy with a few sips of good scotch or bourbon on the rocks, I go for flavored liqueurs and cocktails, so our booze collection contains a little of this and a little of that and at least one or two bottles of vodka. So when I was asked if we wanted to taste two types of vodka that were being carried by Total Wine & Spirits, LEAF Organic Vodka and Khortytsa Platinum vodka, I said of course! The Total Wine on Joppa Road is our favorite liquor store, so we were happy to promote a product they will carry.Khortytsa (hor-tee-tsa) is made in the Ukraine using local organic filters like schungite (a type of carbon used to purify water) and birch- and alder-tree charcoal. LEAF Vodka comes in two varieties, one made from Alaskan glacial water, and the other from Rocky Mountain mineral water. And yes, the vodkas do have their unique flavors, with the glacial version being a tad sweeter than the mineral water version. (Doing a vodka taste taste is perhaps a little too much fun.)We don't drink vodka straight, so needed some cocktail ideas. We really like the Sparkling Mandarin, which is like a fancy Screwdriver. And we came up with our own recipe for the LEAF vodka based on ingredients we had on hand. That's one of the beauties of vodka, actually--it's neutral, so you can add it to just about anything you like to drink and get a tasty cocktail.Right now, LEAF and Khortytsa are available at Total Wine & Spirits in California, Texas, Georgia, New Jersey, and Delaware. Eventually they should be available in Maryland, but in the meantime, local outposts of Total Wine have no shortage of other fine brands of just about any libation you can think of.The Sparkling Mandarin1.5 ounces Khortytsa Platinum4 ounces Mandarin juice (two mandarins)6 ounces Brut sparkling wineCombine the vodka and juice in a tall glass and top with sparkling wine.Makes 1 drink.The Glacial Rose2 strawberries1 teaspoon sugar1.5 oz Leaf Alaskan Glacial Vodka3/4 ounce Art in the Age Rhubarb Tea liqueur3/4 ounce grapefruit liqueur (like Combier Pamplemousse Rose)6 ounces rosé wineGrenadineHull one strawberry and muddle it in the bottom of a highball glass with the sugar. Add the liqueurs and wine, top wish a splash or two of grenadine. Cut a slit into the pointed end of the strawberry and fit it over the rim of the glass.Makes 1...
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House approves extra public TV funds, strips legislative coverage

Mar 29 7:56am MarylandReporter.com
The Maryland House of Delegates on Tuesday adopted a Senate bill that would fill any funding shortfalls to Maryland Public Television if the Trump administration succeeds in major cuts to the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Trump’s current budget proposal cuts all CPB funding slated for public television affiliates around the country in fiscal 2018. The Maryland Public Broadcasting Commission expected to receive $3.8 million in federal funding in fiscal 2018.
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Spring Training Primer: Mileys outing; Wrights demotion; Ashers acquisition; speedy Orioles

Mar 29 7:00am BaltimoreBaseball.com
What’s happening: The Orioles optioned right-handed starter Mike Wright to Triple-A Norfolk and acquired right-handed starter Alec Asher from the Philadelphia Phillies for a player to be named later or cash considerations Tuesday. Wright had an 8.38 ERA in the Grapefruit League, and while manager Buck Showalter said that he’s still in consideration for a […] The post Spring Training Primer: Miley’s outing; Wright’s demotion; Asher’s acquisition; speedy Orioles appeared first on BaltimoreBaseball.com.
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John Harbaugh excited to see how Ravens' competition at tight end plays out

Mar 29 7:00am Sports - baltimoresun.com
Team currently has six tight ends on the roster and Harbaugh thinks highly of all of them...
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School scoring bill sent to Hogan, who promises veto

Mar 28 10:29pm MarylandReporter.com
Democrats in the Maryland General Assembly on Tuesday passed legislation establishing parameters for school evaluations that the state school board strongly opposes and Gov. Larry Hogan has promised to veto. The House went along with Senate amendments, and sent the bill to Hogan, who called it an utter disgrace. If the bill is delivered to Hogan's office by Monday, he has six days to act on it, giving the legislature the chance to override a veto before it adjourns April 10.
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Varsity roundup (March 28): St. Pauls lacrosse coach Rick Brocato nearing program wins record

Mar 28 10:14pm High School Sports - baltimoresun.com
St. Paul's boys lacrosse coach Rick Brocato went into his 17th and final season needing eight wins to become the program's winningest coach. His No. 5 Crusaders are looking to get that done sooner rather than later.
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Opinion: Why energy efficiency is good for Marylands cconomy

Mar 28 9:38pm MarylandReporter.com
Good policies like the one that launched the state’s EmPOWER Maryland energy programs in 2008 can create thousands of jobs and save businesses billions of dollars, while also saving you money every time you pay your electricity bill. These are among the reasons why the Maryland Alliance of Energy Contractors is urging Gov. Larry Hogan to sign legislation that would extend EmPOWER Maryland for six more years.
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In a season of firsts, UMBC still playing postseason basketball

Mar 28 7:43pm Sports - baltimoresun.com
When Ryan Odom told his UMBC men's basketball team this month that its season would not necessarily have to end in defeat, he glanced at the last senior standing. Happy to play again after a disappointing loss in the America East Conference tournament, the Retrievers were all smiles. Even, somewhat...
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It's only March, but the Ravens' roster has several holes that are on Harbaugh's mind

Mar 28 6:44pm Sports - baltimoresun.com
Ravens coach John Harbaugh admits he ponders a reunion with free agent wide receiver Anquan Boldin every day. The organization's search for another reliable target for quarterback Joe Flacco is not dominating Harbaugh's thoughts, though, because there's much more to consider.
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Little clarity added to Orioles roster decisions after Tuesday's developments

Mar 28 6:34pm Sports - baltimoresun.com
For a team that entered spring training with few roster decisions, the Orioles are preparing for a spring training stretch run full of 11th-hour complexities in arriving at their Opening Day 25-man roster.
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CRABCAKE: Annapolis Film Festival; Blood Stripe (March 2017)

Mar 28 5:22pm The Maryland Crabs Podcast
This is a Crabcake from The Maryland Crabs!  What is a Crabcake? Well, it's a very short snippet of something you need to know. It might be 5 minutes long..or it might be 20.  In any event, enjoy your Maryland Crabcake!  ANNAPOLIS FILM FESTIVAL | BLOOD STRIPE SHOWINGS: Asbury United Methodist, Saturday, April 1, 9:00pm  Maryland Hall, Sunday, April 2, 12:30pm  Tickets and Passes: CLICK HERE A Marine sergeant returns home after completing her third tour in Afghanistan. Unable to sleep, wracked by paranoia and anxiety, she carries unseen wounds. It is only a matter of time before she can no longer bottle up her trauma, and a boisterous welcome home party provokes her into an explosive outburst. Her husband is at a loss, and the VA seems to be an impossible option. When she has nowhere to turn, she runs deep into the woods. In this Crabcake, we spoke with producer/director writer Remy Auberjonois and producer/writer/actor Kate Nowlin. We talk about why this story is different than all the others (spoiler because it is the first time involving women returning from combat), why the lead character is only referred to as Our Sergeant, and what it took to bring it to life along with how they both hope it resonates with the audiences! Blood Stripe (Facebook) @BloodStripeMovie (Twitter)  ...
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Annapolis Maryland Blog Photograph The Ongoing Renovations Taking Place at the c1859 Marietta Humphreys House Tuesday March 28th 2017

Mar 28 3:07pm Annapolis Experience Blog
The Rehab Continues on Maryland Avenue Click on Photograph to Enlarge Marietta Humphreys House March 28th 2017 I was fairly certain it is has been a few years since the renovations first began on the Marietta Humphreys House, formerly one of the Cooper Apartment buildings, on Maryland Avenue at least I found Click on the following link to read the complete post Annapolis Maryland Blog Photograph • The Ongoing Renovations Taking Place at the c1859 Marietta Humphreys House • Tuesday March 28th 2017...
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Good Vibe Tribe encourages positivity for all

Mar 28 2:39pm Stories Beneath the Shell
By Jess Feldman There are over 800 clubs at the University of Maryland, all of which focus on a variety of subjects ranging from sports, creative arts and even something as simple as a want for good vibes. President Lindi Harron, a senior economics major, founded the Good Vibe Tribe in 2015 of her sophomore […]...
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Orioles could retain Bourn, Johnson on restructured deals

Mar 28 1:54pm Sports - baltimoresun.com
Even though the Orioles officially cut ties with outfielder Michael Bourn and infielder Chris Johnson on Monday, the team could re-sign both to re-structured deals in the coming days. Bourn requested and was granted release from his minor-league deal on the day he had the opportunity to opt out....
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Baltimore Sports Today: 6th Annual MLB Predictions Show

Mar 28 1:04pm Baltimore Sports Report
It’s a tradition like no other! The 6th Annual MLB Predictions Show. Anything and everything is predicted by Jab, Patrick and Zach. The guys run through the Rookies of the Year, Cy Young Award Winners and MVPs. Then they go through each division and give you a winner, two wild cards and World Series matchup […] The post Baltimore Sports Today: 6th Annual MLB Predictions Show appeared first on Baltimore Sports Report.
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Heres what Multisensor Diagnostics has been pitching across the country

Mar 28 12:53pm Technical.ly Baltimore
It's called MouthLab. We caught up with CEO Sathya Elumalai to learn about how the device can take different vital signs.
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Michael Phelps to participate in Discovery's Shark Week

Mar 28 12:52pm Sports - baltimoresun.com
It's unclear what the Olympic swimmer will be doing...
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John Harbaugh doesn't deny Ravens have spoken to teams about Jernigan

Mar 28 12:38pm Sports - baltimoresun.com
Defensive tackle is entering the final year of his rookie contract...
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High School Preview: Looking at the Baltimore areas top prep players and teams in 2017

Mar 28 12:30pm BaltimoreBaseball.com
We’re back for our second season of high school baseball coverage. We kick it off today with previews of top players and teams to watch in Baltimore and its surrounding counties, as well as the private schools’ MIAA. Then, next Tuesday, will be the first installment of our popular, “Prep Ballplayer of the Week” feature […] The post High School Preview: Looking at the Baltimore area’s top prep players and teams in 2017 appeared first on BaltimoreBaseball.com.
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Highlights from John Harbaugh's media session at the league meetings

Mar 28 12:03pm Sports - baltimoresun.com
Ravens head coach John Harbaugh just spoke to reporters for about an hour at the AFC coaches breakfast at the league meetings here at the Arizona Biltmore Hotel.  Below are some of the highlights:  Harbaugh acknowledged the offensive line remains under construction after the loss of right tackle Rick...
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Fixt raises $2 million, led by diversity-focused venture firm

Mar 28 11:42am Technical.ly Baltimore
The mobile-device repair startup has also hired new team members.
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Orioles option right-hander Mike Wright to Triple-A Norfolk

Mar 28 11:41am Sports - baltimoresun.com
The Orioles continued to trim their roster Tuesday, optioning right-hander Mike Wright to Triple-A Norfolk prior to their Grapefruit League road game against the Atlanta Braves. Wright was in a competition for the team’s open rotation spot created because right-hander Chris Tillman will open the...
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The University System of Marylands investment fund is now live

Mar 28 10:16am Technical.ly Baltimore
The Maryland Momentum Fund is raising $25 million to help university startups. USM has already committed $10 million.
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Kevin Gausman bringing back slider this spring to build on breakout season

Mar 28 9:00am Sports - baltimoresun.com
When Orioles right-hander Kevin Gausman switched to a curveball as his primary offspeed pitch in 2015, it was seen as the next step in his ascent to be the frontline starting pitcher the team always envisioned him as.
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State Roundup, March 28, 2017

Mar 28 8:25am MarylandReporter.com
Senate passes fracking ban. Bill now goes to Gov. Hogan’s desk; Carroll, Baltimore City schools get infusion of state cash; U.S. Attorney General Sessions chastises Maryland as “sanctuary state,” as Del. Dumais, County Exec Kamenetz hit back; Rep. Harris said Freedom Caucus to return with Obamacare replacement; vote confirming Rod Rosenstein as deputy atty gen delayed; and Reed Cordish picks up more duties in the White House.
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Spring Swing Cystic Fibrosis Foundation

Mar 28 8:00am Baltimore SNAP
March 24, 2017 – Modell Performing Arts Center at the Lyric...
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Dylan Bundy relishing chance to be part of Orioles' homegrown rotation for opening series

Mar 28 8:00am Sports - baltimoresun.com
Dylan Bundy refers to it often, but next week will be the latest step toward fulfilling the vision he and Opening Day starter Kevin Gausman would talk about while they played catch in 2012 at Double-A Bowie.
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