Brian Matusz has been suspended eight games by Major League Baseball for Saturday’s 12th- inning incident in Miami in which he was ejected for having a “foreign substance” on his right forearm.
The last time the Maryland men's lacrosse program captured the NCAA championship in 1975, coach John Tillman was 5 years old and no player on the current roster had been born.
When Malika MacDonald watched from afar the devastation caused by unrest in Baltimore's long-struggling neighborhoods, the Boston-based worker with Muslim charity ICNA Relief USA felt compelled to help.
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A crescendo of cheers filled downtown Baltimore Sunday as supporters urged runners across a finish line on Lexington Street across from War Memorial Plaza.
The family resemblance is clear from the photograph, even without looking at the name Turner stitched to the front of the two Army uniforms.
Ravens safety Will Hill took to his Twitter account Thursday to lament that "it's not football season yet," and to post a picture of himself in the team's locker room with his helmet on and his teeth clenched.
Matt Rambo made sure his homecoming Saturday was a happy one.
Orioles right-hander Mike Wright delivered his second straight scoreless start to begin his major league career Saturday. But it ended up an afterthought in a 13-inning, 1-0 loss to the Miami Marlins that featured another sparkling big league debut by an Orioles pitcher and the startling ejection...
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Adam Jones made a point after Sunday’s loss to the previously woeful Miami Marlins that the Orioles offense has not been pretty lately.
By the time he was drafted and deployed to Italy in 1945, Larry Hilte was probably familiar with one of the most popular songs of the World War II era, "Comin' in on a Wing and a Prayer."
A looming suspension for left-handed reliever Brian Matusz adds another question mark to an Orioles' pitching staff that is seemingly a daily work in progress.
The contract between Baltimore and the Fraternal Order of Police contains several impediments to accountability, according to a report from a criminologist who often examines policies for the U.S.
Jacob Cronenworth picked up his fourth save in four games despite allowing a run and Michigan held off mistake-prone Maryland 4-3 and won the Big Ten Conference baseball tournament on Sunday.
With two shootings Sunday, Baltimore police are investigating at least 14 shootings over Memorial Day Weekend.
Flooding overnight in Texas and Oklahoma has led to numerous evacuations and rescues including some of residents stranded on rooftops and in attics.
A 21-year-old man faces attempted murder and aggravated assault charges after being accused of shooting a woman in the ankle and shooting at another woman's vehicle Tuesday in the Frankford neighborhood, Baltimore police said Saturday.
With Baltimore in the midst of one of its most violent stretches in years, a top criminal justice leader for Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake has left, marking the biggest shakeup in her administration since the recent rioting and unrest in the city.
They came by the dozens Saturday, wearing towels around their necks like superhero capes.
Two people were fatally shot in separate incidents early Monday, continuing a run of violence in the city over the Memorial Day weekend.
Trailing at halftime by its biggest deficit of the season, Maryland's defending national champion women's lacrosse team needed a spark early in the second half of Sunday night's NCAA championship and it got one from one of its best combinations.
ABC News can continue in its see-no-evil, hear-no-evil stance on George Stephanopoulos and his undisclosed $75,000 to the Clinton Foundation forever if it wants.
Hours after "Rosingate" unfolded at Marlins Park in the 12th inning Saturday night, the Orioles were still scratching their collective heads as to what lefty reliever Brian Matusz did so differently that led to his ejection.
The Orioles entered their initial appearance at Marlins Park this weekend knowing they’d be facing a club that was ever-spiraling downhill after firing their manager and dropping seven straight.
The National Security Agency has begun winding down its collection and storage of American phone records after the Senate failed to agree on a path forward to change or extend the once-secret program ahead of its expiration at the end of the month.
It's the time of year when the sounds of crickets, lawn mowers and ice cream truck jingles fill the air.
Orioles left-hander Brian Matusz was ejected in the 12th inning of Saturday's game for having a foreign substance on his arm.
As the number of homicides in Baltimore continued to climb in a violent start to the Memorial Day weekend, a group of residents marched Saturday from Sandtown-Winchester to City Hall to call for peace.
Federal authorities and police have raided two west Baltimore houses and arrested a man they say was the leader of a local gang.