With baseball’s Opening Day April 1, fans throughout the country are deciding whether or not they’d feel comfortable enough returning to stadiums during the 2021 season while local teams like the Nationals and Orioles are introducing a host of safety protocols.
As quickly as Los Angeles Dodgers left-hander Caleb Ferguson unleashed a fastball meant to hit the back of catcher Austin Barnes’ mitt, his pitch was even more swiftly sent into the left-field bleachers. For Baltimore Orioles second baseman Jonathan Villar,…
While controversy swirls around the city of Baltimore — centered around a growing controversy over Mayor Catherine Pugh’s questionable children’s book deals — local residents in need of something to cheer about flocked to Camden Yards to welcome back the Orioles and their home opener of the season.
BALTIMORE – After nearly 150 years of calling Baltimore home, the Preakness Stakes could be leaving the city in 2021, a move that would take one of the area’s biggest party days of the year – and a lot of…
As the 2018 baseball season kicked off on Thursday, Baltimore Orioles fans remained hopeful that this year will take the team into the playoffs.
Andy Weltlinger is a former collegiate baseball player on a mission. He says baseball has fallen out-of-favor with many of Baltimore’s younger residents. So he’s created BUBA Baseball–the Baltimore Urban Baseball Association–to encourage kids to come out and “play ball.”
Here’s the third episode of Capital News Service’s sports podcast, “WAR on Hot Takes,” with Dylan Sinn and Adam Zielonka.
Here’s the second episode of Capital News Service’s sports podcast, “WAR on Hot Takes,” with Dylan Sinn and Adam Zielonka.
Capital News Service’s Studio C is proud to debut its newest venture, “WAR on Hot Takes,” a podcast by Dylan Sinn and Adam Zielonka approaching Washington and Baltimore professional sports from an outsider’s perspective, influenced by data analytics.