Minor League Podcast: Breaking down the 2017 Baysox Liranzo, Stewart, Scott and Keller

Mar 25 7:00am BaltimoreBaseball.com
SUBSCRIBE TO OUR PODCASTS HERE iTunes / Google Play The 2017 season is quickly approaching, both in the majors and minors, and that means Adam Pohl is close to wrapping up his previews of the Orioles’ primary affiliates. This week, he’s right at home – literally – talking about Double A. Pohl, the voice of […] The post Minor League Podcast: Breaking down the 2017 Baysox — Liranzo, Stewart, Scott and Keller appeared first on BaltimoreBaseball.com.
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Buck Showalter hoping for Chris Tillman's recovery after Orioles rotation candidates falter

Mar 25 7:00am Sports - baltimoresun.com
Orioles manager Buck Showalter keeps handing out opportunities for one of his fringe starters to seize a spot in the early season rotation, and the pitchers in question seem to keep handing them back.
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Mike Wright hit hard before Trey Mancini gives Orioles 5-5 tie with Twins

Mar 24 10:12pm Sports - baltimoresun.com
Orioles right-hander Mike Wright endured a nightmare second inning that dented his hopes of breaking camp in the starting rotation, but home runs by Chris Johnson and Trey Mancini helped the Orioles draw back for a 5-5 tie Friday night against the Minnesota Twins.
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Southern's Suplee makes her presence known with new team

Mar 24 8:54pm High School Sports - baltimoresun.com
At some point over the summer, Southern girls lacrosse coach Arvak Marshall found out about a transfer from St. Mary's that he knew could help his team. On Friday against Broadneck, he found out just how much of a difference that player could make. That transfer, junior goalie Taylor Suplee, played...
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No. 6 Dulaney girls lacrosse starts fast, downs Towson, 17-6

Mar 24 8:44pm High School Sports - baltimoresun.com
Dulaney midfielder Maggie Kelly will tell you there's plenty of nerves when you play your archrival to start the season. Luckily for Kelly and her teammates, they found the perfect cure for their anxiety: a fast start. The sixth-ranked Lions jumped out to a 6-0 lead Friday — with the first two...
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South River adjusts to get by Northeast in baseball

Mar 24 8:41pm High School Sports - baltimoresun.com
As Northeast's Tyler Green struck out five of the first nine South River batters he faced Friday afternoon, several of the Seahawks were quietly making adjustments for their next opportunity at the plate. Kyle Goetzger was one of those who successfully altered his batting strategy. I started my...
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Orioles' Kevin Gausman, Dylan Bundy get deepest starts of spring in minor league camp

Mar 24 7:26pm Sports - baltimoresun.com
Orioles starters Kevin Gausman and Dylan Bundy, with some aid of the relaxed rules of minor league spring training games, each made his deepest outing of the spring Friday at Twin Lakes Park against the affiliates of the Tampa Bay Rays.
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Maryland's Brenda Frese sees similarities between Oregon and her 2006 title team

Mar 24 6:48pm Sports - baltimoresun.com
The Maryland women's basketball team is four wins away from its second national title. Standing in its way Saturday is a pretty good imitation of the Terps team that won the program's first.
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Annapolis Maryland Blog Photograph Reconstituted 18th Century Victualling Waterfront Warehouse on Old Church Street Friday March 24th 2017

Mar 24 5:11pm Annapolis Experience Blog
Rebuilt in the Years Following a 1790 Bakery Fire Publisher’s Note: This photo journal entry features the fourteenth period building or house to be included in the 18th Century Architecture of Annapolis Series. In the future as weather conditions, natural lighting and an absence of location clutter permits additional buildings and houses from the 1700s Click on the following link to read the complete post Annapolis Maryland Blog Photograph • Reconstituted 18th Century Victualling Waterfront Warehouse on Old Church Street • Friday March 24th 2017...
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Hereford's Nozemack pours in seven goals in boys lacrosse victory at Catonsville

Mar 24 4:03pm High School Sports - baltimoresun.com
Hereford senior JD Nozemack scored seven goals and added two assists to lead the visiting Bulls (1-1) to a 15-6 victory over Catonsville (1-1) on Friday night. Nozemack did most of his damage in the first half when he scored six goals and added an assist. “He is the quarterback of our offense,”Hereford...
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Its spring, and Marylands 3 birdcams are up and running

Mar 24 12:58pm Technical.ly Baltimore
Here's a look at the Chesapeake Conservancy's viewing lineup, from the top of the Transamerica Tower to the Eastern Shore.
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Open Works is offering city schools new ways to use its tools

Mar 24 12:49pm Technical.ly Baltimore
The makerspace has a new partnership with Baltimore City Public Schools that offers discounts for classes and memberships. It comes during the school system's budget crisis.
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Whats new for Light Citys innovation conference

Mar 24 8:04am Technical.ly Baltimore
Labs@Light City has six days, with six topics. There's new categories and lots of speakers. And we've got a discount code for you.
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Grand Opening Party REV Cycle Studio Brewers Hill

Mar 24 8:00am Baltimore SNAP
(March 10, 2017) – REV Cycle Studio Brewers Hill...
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Chicken in Milk

Mar 24 8:00am minxeats - recipes, recaps, and restaurant reviews
Years ago, when Mr Minx and I were regular Food Network watchers, we saw an episode of Jamie Oliver's show (The Naked Chef, I believe) in which he oven-braised a whole chicken in a pot of milk. Seemed a little weird, especially as he also added lemon peel, which curdled the milk. Jamie insisted the chicken was the best thing ever, so I filed the idea away in my head to make sometime in the future.Flash forward a good 15 years when I stumble upon the recipe on the Internet. Oh yeah, I think, I was going to make this at some point. Better late than never is definitely true in this case.I had to adapt the recipe somewhat. I don't have an oven-safe vessel that would comfortably hold a whole chicken, so I used the stovetop. Small chickens are nigh impossible to find in a regular supermarket, and if you know me, you'll know I'm not the kind of person who will go running around from store to store to find a perfect ingredient. Chicken thighs and chicken legs were more than good enough for the job, however, The recipe called for 10 cloves of garlic, skin-on, but my small bulb yielded 14 and I used all of them. I would, in the future, remove the skins, as they don't melt during cooking and are a little annoying to find in one's mouth.The end result was pretty amazing. The chicken was meltingly tender, garlicky but not overwhelmingly so. The curds in the sauce were small and not entirely unappealing. Most of my liquid cooked away so I added a splash of milk at the end to create more sauce. I'd also, in the future, save some of the sage to chop up and sprinkle on at the end of cooking, for some fresh herbal flavor. This recipe will definitely go into my cooking rotation, as it was easy, used only one pot, and tasted great. Plus there's the possibility for variations: coconut milk and lime, perhaps, with makrut lime instead of sage; sub orange for the lemon; etc.Chicken in Milk (adapted from a recipe by Jamie Oliver)1 tablespoon butter8-10 bone-in, skin-on chicken thighs and legsSalt and Pepper½ stick cinnamon1 good handful fresh sage leavesZest of 2 lemons, cut into long strips with a vegetable peeler10 -14 whole cloves of garlic, skins removed (about a whole small bulb)2 cups whole milk + moreMelt the butter in a dutch oven over medium-high heat. Add the chicken, which you have salted and peppered, skin-side down and cook until browned on both sides. (You'll...
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Projecting the Orioles' Opening Day roster with one week left in spring training

Mar 24 8:00am Sports - baltimoresun.com
By this time next week, the Orioles will be on a mad dash north to Baltimore (by way of Norfolk), and whichever questions they have about their roster construction will be essentially answered.
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Regional Roundup: Top New Features This Week Around Our Broadway World - 3/24; SPRING AWAKENING in Maine, A RAISIN IN THE SUN in Charlotte and More!

Mar 24 7:54am BroadwayWorld.com Belgium Stories
BroadwayWorld presents a comprehensive weekly roundup of regional stories around our Broadway World, which include videos, editor spotlights, regional reviews and more. This week, we feature SPRING AWAKENING in Maine, A RAISIN IN THE SUN in Charlotte, and BUS STOP in Denver, just to name a few. Check out our top features below!...
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Spring Training Primer: Fifth-starter battle; Tavarez makes push; DL looming for some?

Mar 24 7:00am BaltimoreBaseball.com
What’s happening: Center fielder Adam Jones and reliever Mychal Givens are due back in Orioles’ camp, perhaps today. Both played for Team USA, which won the World Baseball Classic on Wednesday night. Second baseman Jonathan Schoop, who played for the Netherlands, which lost to Puerto Rico in the semifinals, is also expected back. Manny Machado […] The post Spring Training Primer: Fifth-starter battle; Tavarez makes push; DL looming for some? appeared first on BaltimoreBaseball.com.
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Five for Friday: Free agents who best fit with the Ravens

Mar 24 7:00am Sports - baltimoresun.com
The Ravens have been busy this offseason after a slow start, reaching deals with safety Tony Jefferson, cornerback Brandon Carr and running back Danny Woodhead, as well as bringing back nose tackle Brandon Williams and wide receiver Mike Wallace. But with the draft approaching and free agency ongoing,...
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Reprieve coming for towns overpaid by comptroller

Mar 24 6:47am MarylandReporter.com
Maryland jurisdictions that received $21 million in overpayments of income tax receipts between 2010 and 2014 will not have to pay it back under a bill headed towards passage in the Maryland General Assembly.
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Baltimore Sun NFL mock draft (mid-free agency)

Mar 24 6:00am Sports - baltimoresun.com
Last version of our mock draft was before the Falcons blew a 25-point lead in the Super Bowl, before the scouting combine and before free agency began. Things have changed in two months, but not at the top, where Myles Garrett is still an obvious choice to go No. 1 to the Cleveland Browns.
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Varsity roundup (March 23): St. Paul's boys win, 8-7, to stay unbeaten

Mar 23 11:16pm High School Sports - baltimoresun.com
Logan Posner scored the game-winner with 24 seconds left in overtime as No. 5 St.Paul's beat visiting Haverford (Pa.), 8-7, Thursday in boys lacrosse.
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Lawrence homers in Atholton baseball win over Long Reach

Mar 23 10:26pm High School Sports - baltimoresun.com
After being handed a deflating six-run extra-inning loss to Glenelg Wednesday night, there was no time for Atholton to nitpick on the opportunities missed during the opening day contest. Two more games in a 48-hour span lied ahead, and letting any disappointment snowball into two or three losses...
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Girls Lacrosse: Owls switch it up to take down South Carroll

Mar 23 10:01pm High School Sports - baltimoresun.com
New defense helps Westminster win season opener...
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St. Mary's pulls away from Annapolis in renewal of rivalry

Mar 23 9:39pm High School Sports - baltimoresun.com
Bohanan, Byrne lead way for Saints...
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Archbishop Spalding bounces back with 12-1 win over Mount St. Joseph

Mar 23 9:03pm High School Sports - baltimoresun.com
Less than a day after suffering its first conference loss of the season, Archbishop Spalding bounced back in emphatic fashion on Thursday afternoon. The Cavaliers pounded out 13 hits, including a pair of home runs from Peter Godrick, and got a dominant outing from pitcher Nick Vermillion on the...
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No. 1 McDonogh girls earn easy win over No. 10 Roland Park, 17-2

Mar 23 8:43pm High School Sports - baltimoresun.com
McDonogh won 18 of 21 draws, took a 5-0 lead in less than nine minutes and cruised to a 17-2 victory for its 160th consecutive win.
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Maryland getting used to plays like Destiny Slocum's viral buzzer-beater

Mar 23 7:41pm Sports - baltimoresun.com
Destiny Slocum's deep 3 against West Virginia might have earned her national acclaim. But the freshman has been executing plays like that for Maryland all season.
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Host Catonsville upends Franklin for first win on the baseball diamond

Mar 23 7:27pm High School Sports - baltimoresun.com
The Catonsville pitching duo of senior Ross Kidd and junior Carl Baker combined to hold Franklin to three hits and the No. 9 ranked host Comets (1-1) took advantage of nine walks and four errors in 5-inning 11-1 victory over Franklin (1-1) on Thursday afternoon. Sophomore Cody Brick was 2-for-2...
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Orioles' Tyler Wilson aiming to be at his best when it matters most

Mar 23 6:57pm Sports - baltimoresun.com
Behind where he was this time last year, Tyler Wilson has to remain confident that even if he doesn't make the Opening Day roster that his method will still be best for the long run.
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College Corner: Spalding teammates become collegiate foes for one memorable afternoon

Mar 23 6:47pm BaltimoreBaseball.com
University of Maryland freshman Tyler Blohm didn’t realize he had a no-hitter heading into the fifth inning against Princeton University on Sunday. The 6-foot-3, 180-pound lefty had two thoughts racing through his mind: Keep making good pitches; keep turning over the lineup quickly so he could face Princeton’s second batter again. The Princeton kid wearing […] The post College Corner: Spalding teammates become collegiate foes for one memorable afternoon appeared first on BaltimoreBaseball.com.
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jsingewald:Another overall shot. #bmoreblockbyblock #bclm...

Mar 23 4:23pm Baltimore: A History, Block by Block
jsingewald:Another overall shot. #bmoreblockbyblock #bclm #baltimorecitylifemuseum #mdhs #archives #northavenue #baltimore #bmore #architecture #rowhouses #streetphotography #history #urbanhistory #documentation #photography...
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jsingewald:Found these in an unprocessed BCLM pile today!...

Mar 23 4:23pm Baltimore: A History, Block by Block
jsingewald:Found these in an unprocessed BCLM pile today! Someone was doing what I’m doing now in the 60s-70s! Only I have know idea who or if there are more. These are blocks on East North Avenue in Baltimore. Hmmmm… @elipousson #northavenue #bclm #baltimorecitylifemuseum #mdhs #archives #unprocessed #mystery #architecture #rowhouses #eastbaltimore #baltimore #bmore #1960s #1970s #history #urbanhistory #streetphotography #photography #blackandwhite #mystery...
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Dems blast Hogans silence on Bay cleanup cuts; administration fires back

Mar 23 1:13pm MarylandReporter.com
Democrats in Annapolis Thursday railed against Republican Gov. Larry Hogan for not doing enough to protect the Chesapeake Bay under the Trump administration’s proposed cuts to the Bay cleanup plan and under a new EPA administrator historically hostile to environmental regulations. The administration fires back with sarcasm over partisan politics and past Democratic cuts to Bay restoration.
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Minority Report made real: This Annapolis startup is taking Alexa to the next level

Mar 23 12:25pm Technical.ly Baltimore
Daptly Display adds gesture control and facial recognition to Amazon's voice-control assistant.
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Alex Pline talks parking, transportation, and biking in Annapolis (E-31)

Mar 23 12:01pm The Maryland Crabs Podcast
You have never been to Annapolis if you haven't bitched about the parking. Maybe it was the lack of it. Maybe it was the $40 ticket you got for overstaying your welcome. Today, we speak with Alex Pline, a member of the City's Transportation Board who peels back the onion a little bit for us. The City's new parking overlords highly respected parking partner, SP+, has come out with some new recommendations that have both irked and pleased the residents--and generally pissed off the businesses. There will be a formal meeting to discuss this and the public is invited--- Tuesday, march 28th at 7pm at City Hall. But Alex tackles some of the issues here. After a beer or two, we come back to discuss his other passion--bicycling. What does the City, County and State need to do to make bicycling safer? What do drivers need to do? What do bicyclists need to do? And what happened to the Annapolis Bicycle Plan anyway?  And for those wondering--yes, he did ride his bike to and from our session! You can follow Alex on Twitter (and everyone really should) at @AlexPline (easy enough) A special thanks to our sponsors this week including... Union Jacks, Zachary's Jewelers, the Chesapeake Bay Trust, and Anne Arundel Medical Center's Denim & Diamonds.  And a special thanks again to Gavin Buckley for the pre-show plug! Nourishment for this episode provided by Flying Dog and Fordham breweries and the Ebb Tide Tavern for their awesome cheeseburgers--best in Annapolis! Thank you to everyone who wrote with suggestions for upcoming episodes. We are on it.   Coming up -- Next week we talk pot!  We will be talking to the organizers of the National Cannabis Festival which will be held on April 22nd in DC. We will hit on all you need to know as the weed becomes legal in Maryland.And then, Maryland Comptroller, Peter Franchot who pulls no punches wth the legislature comes at them again on The Crabs. He also divulges a crazy loophole that the state lawmakers refuse to close. Looking ahead--Travis Pastrana, Congressmen Anthony Brown and John Sarbanes, St. John's College President Chris Nelson, and much more!  BIG NEWS:  We are now on the app tunein.  So if you use tunein...well... tune in. As an added bonus, if you have an Amazon Echo---you can say Alexa, play The Maryland Crabs Podcast and she will fetch the latest episode from tunein. How cool is that? We are now on iHeart...
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Annapolis Maryland Blog Photograph The Warm Glow of Foyer Lights and a Friendly Door Mat Early in the Morning Thursday March 23rd 2017

Mar 23 10:18am Annapolis Experience Blog
Sidelights and Transom of a c1870 Italianate Door Click on Photograph to Enlarge Walking along near the Naval Academy earlier this morning I decided to revisit one particular nearby street, which as an aside had the powers to be in the Navy Department had their way years back this same street would not be Click on the following link to read the complete post Annapolis Maryland Blog Photograph • The Warm Glow of Foyer Lights and a Friendly Door Mat Early in the Morning • Thursday March 23rd 2017...
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SmartAsset says Baltimore ranks 3rd for women in tech

Mar 23 9:20am Technical.ly Baltimore
That's up one spot from 2016. Let's do the numbers.
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Swanktacular Baltimore Rock Opera Society

Mar 23 8:00am Baltimore SNAP
March 11, 2017 – Space 2640...
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Schmuck: WBC brings out the personality and flair the majors so badly need

Mar 23 8:00am Sports - baltimoresun.com
If the latest World Baseball Classic taught us anything about our national pastime, it might be that some other countries have a lot more fun playing baseball than we do.
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Spring Training Primer: Manny and Castillo return; Machado on Jones thievery; Sisco sticks around; Chris Lee struggles

Mar 23 7:00am BaltimoreBaseball.com
What’s happening: Manny Machado and Welington Castillo returned to the Orioles’ clubhouse Wednesday after playing in the World Baseball Classic. The two had a wonderful time competing for the Dominican Republic. Manager Buck Showalter wants to make sure the pair — especially Castillo, who isn’t used to catching so many intense innings this early in […] The post Spring Training Primer: Manny and Castillo return; Machado on Jones’ thievery; Sisco sticks around; Chris Lee struggles appeared first on BaltimoreBaseball.com.
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Delta Upsilons bracket Tournament Madness challenge is about more than basketball

Mar 23 1:07am Stories Beneath the Shell
by Lynsey Jeffery Delta Upsilon, a University of Maryland fraternity chapter, held its second annual NCAA Tournament Madness bracket challenge from March 12 to March 16. The fraternity charged a $10 fee to participants to make a bracket for the NCAA March Madness basketball tournament. Participants were not limited to only students. The proceeds from […]...
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Varsity roundup (March 22): No. 7 Calvert Hall tops No. 14 Mount Saint Joseph in baseball, 6-4

Mar 22 11:04pm High School Sports - baltimoresun.com
The No. 7 Calvert Hall baseball team (3-1, 1-0 MIAA A Conference) put together a three-run sixth inning to take the lead in a 6-4 win over No. 14 Mount Saint Joseph (2-3, 0-1) on Wednesday.
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What The Puck Episode 168 Capitals Clinch Playoff Berth

Mar 22 10:57pm Baltimore Sports Report
It’s official!  The Capitals are going to the playoffs.  Was there ever any doubt?!!  We discuss the potential opponents the Caps may face as well as how they played in the last week. The post What The Puck Episode 168 – Capitals Clinch Playoff Berth appeared first on Baltimore Sports Report.
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Opinion: Baltimores most elegant new community not fit for a fish

Mar 22 10:29pm MarylandReporter.com
It has been his joy and anguish through the last five decades to keep track of little Dipping Pond Run, a rare and trouty tributary of Baltimore’s central drainage way, the Jones Falls, says environmental writer Tom Horton. He details the fate of brook trout and other trout that might be wiped out by development.
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Opinion: Opioid epidemic requires treatment for addicts

Mar 22 9:56pm MarylandReporter.com
The opioids addiction epidemic sweeping this country is staggering. It’s a travesty, and it doesn’t discriminate. It affects us all. A big part of dealing with this overwhelming issue is to support and encourage people addicted to opioids to seek professional medical help on their path to recovery.
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Lee inefficient on mound but Orioles power way to 7-4 win

Mar 22 9:04pm Sports - baltimoresun.com
Thrown into a competition for a rotation spot, Orioles left-hander Chris Lee made his second career Grapefruit League start Wednesday night against the Tampa Bay Rays. He acknowledged some nerves, but nothing like before his first start six days ago, when he said he had trouble sleeping the previous...
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Marriotts Ridge softball earns 11-1 season-opening win over River Hill

Mar 22 9:04pm High School Sports - baltimoresun.com
It took Marriotts Ridge some time to settle in on the road Wednesday in its season-opener against River Hill, but once the Mustangs got going they rattled off 11-straight runs en route to an 11-1 victory. “The season-opening win is really great,” said Marriotts Ridge junior captain Romy Lindahl....
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Josh Mann, River Hill baseball shutout Marriotts Ridge

Mar 22 8:35pm High School Sports - baltimoresun.com
Josh Mann isn’t technically River Hill’s ace, but he certainly looked like one against visiting Marriotts Ridge on Wednesday. He mowed down the Mustangs by pounding the strike zone in cold, windy conditions, as the junior struck out six, walked two and allowed only three hits — all singles — on...
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Tickets tough to come by for Maryland basketball's tournament regional rounds

Mar 22 7:18pm Sports - baltimoresun.com
On Sunday, the Maryland women's basketball team routed West Virginia in its second-round NCAA tournament matchup. Not long after, Terps fans realized that finding Sweet 16 tickets in the Bridgeport, Conn., regional was perhaps more of a challenge than the game that had sent them there this weekend.
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After a memorable experience in the WBC, third baseman Manny Machado returns to Orioles camp

Mar 22 6:23pm Sports - baltimoresun.com
After playing a starring role in the World Baseball Classic, Manny Machado returned to Orioles camp Wednesday ready to return his focus to preparing for the upcoming season.
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Annapolis Maryland Blog Photograph St. Marys Church Steeple Rises Over Empty Waterfront Docks Along the Harbor Wednesday March 22nd 2017

Mar 22 4:04pm Annapolis Experience Blog
Cityscape from a Whaler Click on Photograph to Enlarge When Eric called me this morning asking if I would accompany him in his Whaler across the harbor at lunchtime to help tow back a used inflatable he recently purchased I didn’t hesitate for a moment and immediately said yes. Of course if I had Click on the following link to read the complete post Annapolis Maryland Blog Photograph • St. Mary’s Church Steeple Rises Over Empty Waterfront Docks Along the Harbor • Wednesday March 22nd 2017...
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Keeping Chance Sisco in camp a sign Orioles believe top prospect is close

Mar 22 1:28pm Sports - baltimoresun.com
When the Orioles sent catchers Francisco Pena and Audry Perez back to minor league camp Tuesday, it left top prospect Chance Sisco as the team's sole nonroster catcher behind the recently returned Welington Castillo and top backup Caleb Joseph.
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B360 is teaching STEAM skills through dirt bikes?

Mar 22 12:51pm Technical.ly Baltimore
Brittany Young sees the passion for dirt bikes, and wants to channel it toward creating jobs. Here's how.
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This Baltimore maker has a fix for those annoying design flaws on your Nintendo Switch

Mar 22 12:49pm Technical.ly Baltimore
Todd Blatt's Pocketstand addresses kickstand flimsiness and charging port location issues. It's on Kickstarter.
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Radio musings: Richard Justice on the Orioles and MLB; Roger McDowell on pitching

Mar 22 11:00am BaltimoreBaseball.com
Tuesday’s radio show on WOYK 1350 – and archived here and on the station’s website – featured two interviews from Sarasota, Florida. I found them interesting – and thought you might, too. The first was with Richard Justice, national baseball columnist for mlb.com. Justice, who has covered the sport for three decades, recently wrote a […] The post Radio musings: Richard Justice on the Orioles and MLB; Roger McDowell on pitching appeared first on BaltimoreBaseball.com.
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Breakdown of Dennis Pitta's renegotiated contract with Ravens

Mar 22 10:20am Sports - baltimoresun.com
Ravens tight end Dennis Pitta took a $2.5 million pay cut in each of the next two seasons to increase his chances of remaining with the team.
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Cool job alert: Join the citys brand-new innovation team

Mar 22 8:35am Technical.ly Baltimore
City Hall has four openings on a solutions squad backed by Bloomberg Philanthropies.
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Slow spring starts growing more significant for Orioles Chris Davis, Mark Trumbo, J.J. Hardy

Mar 22 7:27am Sports - baltimoresun.com
First baseman Chris Davis, right fielder Mark Trumbo and shortstop J.J. Hardy have all been fixtures in the team's lineup in the absence of so many of the Orioles' top players. But with just over a week left in camp, they have little to show for it.
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Spring Training Primer: Blessed with options; Ubaldo and the Jays; Davis hits first homer

Mar 22 7:00am BaltimoreBaseball.com
What’s happening: The Orioles always seem to have a roster crunch each spring. Seemingly, there are multiple players on the bubble who are out of minor league options and could be lost on waivers if they don’t make the 25-man roster. Such is life for a club that utilizes its minor leagues as a continual […] The post Spring Training Primer: Blessed with options; Ubaldo and the Jays; Davis hits first homer appeared first on BaltimoreBaseball.com.
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