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Flacco Pulls Through for. . . . Shorebirds?
- That’s right. The word from the Shore is that first baseman Mike Flacco (younger brother of You Know Who) went three for three last night against the Lakewood Blue Claws and drove in the winning run. Team Terry just visited the Shore and paid a visit to Perdue Stadium, home of the Delmarva Shorebirds, and […]
The Season for Spinning
- Yes, the election is only six weeks away, and spin doctors are pedaling in overdrive about their candidates. But a different kind of spinning gets our adrendline pumping in Maryland every fall. I always look forward to this edition of Spokes Magazine because it features so many major cycling competitions, fund-raising rides and fun tours that take place throughoutThe Season for Spinning […]
High School Sports Shine in Holiday Spotlight
- Sports fans had a lot to look forward to this holiday season: the NBA was finally starting its season, the NFL was wrapping up its regular season and college bowl games were getting underway. But if you are a fan of high school sports, Maryland was the place to be for the holidays. Two major […]
Wicomico County will host the 2012 USSSA World Series
- At a press conference yesterday at the Wicomico Youth and Civic Center, USSSA State Director Bill Dowell and County Executive Richard M. Pollitt, Jr. announced Wicomico County will host the 2012 USSSA World Series. This will be the sixth consecutive year of the tournament in Wicomico County; however, the volume of games hosted in the region […]
Stevenson Opens New Stadium in Owings Mills
- A new era in sports began at Stevenson University this school year. The Mustangs are now officially a football school, and they proved it at the opening of the brand new Mustang Stadium this past Saturday. The SU Mustangs, who compete in the Middle Atlantic Conference (D-III), notched their first football victory before a sellout […]
A Day for the Horses
- With so many sporting events going on around the state this weekend, I, of course, picked the wrong one to attend. As a proud Maryland alum, I chose to head down to College Park for, what I thought would be, a good football game between Temple and Maryland. Instead, I watched my beloved Terps get […]
Field Trip to Renovated Robert E. Lee Park
- With Maryland’s weather being as unpredictable as it is, we here at OSM decided to take advantage of the beautiful weather earlier this week and check out the newly reopened Robert E. Lee Memorial Park located near Falls Road and Lake Avenue in Baltimore. The beautiful fall colors were everywhere around the park, showing no […]
Football & Fencing Fun in Baltimore
- It was a busy weekend for Charm City the past few days: two big-draw tournaments were held in and around Baltimore featuring competitors from all around the country. On Saturday, the Baltimore Flag Football Festival kicked off at Pimlico Race Course, and the 24th annual Charm City Classic presented by the U.S. Fencing Association, a […]
The Baltimore Marathon
- The Baltimore Marathon, hosted by Under Armour is a part of the Baltimore Running Festival that takes place every 3rd weekend of October, this year falling on Saturday October 13th starting at 8 a.m. through scenic areas of Baltimore. This event has been in place for 12 years now and has set the bar high […].
The CAA Comes to Baltimore
- This morning’s press conference at Visit Baltimore celebrated some very sensational news! It was announced that the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) is coming to Baltimore. The CAA Men’s Basketball Championship will be held at the 1st Mariner Arena starting 2014, through 2015 and 2016. To give some background on the CAA, they have had 13 […]