Baltimore Orioles legend Cal Ripken Jr.
When it comes to Baltimore sports fans, there are few who would argue against the notion that Cal Ripken Jr. is the most revered professional athlete ever put on a uniform and represent Charm City.
The battle between the New York Mets and superagent Scott Boras over a proposed strict innings limit for Matt Harvey has put the pitcher in a “no-win situation,” so says renowned baseball
Brian Collins may be one of the biggest sports-related celebrities of the Viral Video Age.
In case you missed it, the Military Bowl unleashed its brand-spanking-new mascot — with great fanfare, including its own Twitter page — upon the masses last week: Sgt.
I keed, I keed! That’s exactly how you treat a ballplayer who selfishly kept himself in the lineup game after game despite the fact that he was often a detriment to the success of the team.
With playoffs beginning tomorrow, TBS has announced a way in which they have ramped up their ability to provide improved coverage of the 2010 MLB Playoffs (a process they began in earnest last year w
I guess we can file this idea under “Right String, Wrong Yo-Yo.
Hey, at least it wasn’t Kevin Costner, right, Cal?
This is somewhat old news, but Baltimore Sun blog Ring Posts had a post yesterday about the TBS MLB Playoffs studio crew giving Cal Ripken som
Cal and Kelly Ripken try to attend the Kentucky Derby every year with friends and this year was no different.
It will be announced on Wednesday at a Camden Yards news conference that Ripken Baseball Inc.