May 21

Wizards season review, Part 4

Part 4, The winning team in D.C.

After the Washington Wizards got their confidence and chemistry, they were a tough team to beat throughout the 2014 season. However, there was one hump in the road that took a while for them to get over.
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May 21

Davis big night should be a sign of things to come

Photo From Greg Mac

Photo From Greg Mac

It is no secret that Baltimore Orioles first baseman Chris Davis has struggled this season.  Davis’ big three-homer night last night doubled his home run total which was previously at three.  It was a mystery as to why because Davis hit well in spring training and bad weather never seemed to effect him last season.

Davis still only has a .257 average for the season and only five double, I think that is about to change.  Davis has been a streaky hitter in the past but last season was locked in for just about the entire season until he got worn out and injured.  Read the rest of this entry »

May 21

Orioles lineup versus the Pirates, game two

Photo From Greg Mac

Photo From Greg Mac

The Orioles play the Pittsburgh Pirates in game two of the two game set, I know two short two game series against them.  The Orioles can go for the sweep tonight and have Chris Tillman on the mound to help get it done.  Tillman stole the show last time he pitched, throwing a complete game shutout, those highlights can be found here.

Last night a different Chris, Chris Davis stole the show with his three homer game.  The Orioles really need for Davis to get hot and be the hitter he was last season, if he does the Orioles will have a lot of winning streaks.  Read the rest of this entry »

May 21

M&T Bank extends partnership with Ravens

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Ravens huddle during workout. Photo: Baltimore Ravens

The Baltimore Ravens and M&T Bank have extended their partnership for 10 more years.  The extension is for $60 million and includes some charitable investments from M&T Bank to the Baltimore community.  Ravens fans can be assured that the Ravens are going nowhere anytime soon.  The Partnership will last until 2027 until another extension is reached.

This is a good partnership for the Ravens and the Baltimore community.

Here is the press release.  Read the rest of this entry »

May 21

Recap: Norfolk Tides vs. Charlotte Knights

The Norfolk Tides played their first game of 23 in 22 days Monday night. No other pitcher on the Norfolk Tides’ staff was fitting enough to not only start Monday night’s game but to start the absurd amount of games the Tides have to play than Kevin Gausman.
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Video

Watch: Davis talks about his three-homer night

May 21

Jurgen Klinsmann and the future of American soccer

Jurgen Klinsmann has had an outstanding tenure as head coach of the United States Men’s National Team (USMNT). Since Klinsmann took over for Bob Bradley in July of 2011, the USMNT has shown a remarkable improvement in their overall play and in earning results. Klinsmann led the USMNT to their first ever victory over Italy (02/29/12) and the first ever win over Mexico in Mexico (8/15/12). Klinsmann’s arrival came with what seemed like a cleansing breathe of fresh air. Read the rest of this entry »

Video

Watch: Davis’ first of three home runs against the Pirates

May 21

Chris Davis Powers Orioles With three Homers in 9-2 Victory

Chris Davis Oblique injury swing

Photo: Greg Mac

Baltimore Orioles first baseman Chris Davis, the reigning Major League home run king, blasts three home runs in Tuesday night’s 9-2 victory over the Pittsburgh Pirates. Davis doubled his season total of home runs on the night, as the first baseman now has six round-trippers on the season. The 6’3” 230 pounder went 4 for 5 on the night, with a single, three homers, four runs scored, and five RBIs.

Perhaps lost in the 9-2 win for the Orioles is the starting pitching of Miguel Gonzalez. The soon-to-be 30-year-old threw 6+ innings, gave up seven hits, two earned runs, no walks, and struck out seven Pirate hitters in the victory. The quality start was the right-hander’s fourth of the season so far.
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Video

Watch: Schoop’s amazing grab

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