What’s Mark Trumbo really worth to the Orioles?

After rejecting Baltimore’s qualifying offer of $17.2 million, Trumbo is on the free-agent market, likely looking for a multi-year deal worth more than $15-million-per-year.

In the NFL, having a good quarterback doesn’t guarantee success

Of the eight teams currently in playoff position, five have quarterbacks with a below league average QBR.

Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco has not been elite in 2016

The Ravens have lost four of their last five games, largely due to Joe Flacco’s “un-elite” performance at quarterback.

Maryland’s congressional districts look like Reptar, Ursula and Rudolph

Maryland’s eight congressional districts are broken into strange, wonky shapes that sprawl across the state.

How politics took a Maryland congressional district from tiny to sprawling

Between the Civil War and 2016, Maryland’s third congressional district morphed from occupying a compact, tiny section of Baltimore to one occupying a huge swath of the state. Why? To help elect as many Democrats from Maryland to Congress.

Why home-field advantage for the Washington Nationals may not matter in the first round of the 2016 baseball playoffs

Home-field advantage appears to be a boon for the Nats; but in the divisional round, it does not help as much as one might expect.

Freddie Gray to the Freedom House: Maryland well-represented in new African-American museum

Although the Smithsonian’s new National Museum of African American History and Culture opens Saturday in the heart of Washington, its neighboring state of Maryland has a strong presence.

Does Maryland’s wealth explain the success of Olympians like Michael Phelps or Katie Ledecky?

Why did so many Olympic stars hail from Maryland? It might be because Maryland is one of the nation’s wealthiest states. And training for the Olympics is not cheap.