Ticket promotions help big league clubs draw in fans

Over the past three seasons, the Orioles have averaged between 8,000 and 12,000 more people during games with promotions than without. A significant number of the around 30 promotional games each season come during the weekend.

New teams are economic boost to some cities, including Washington and Baltimore

WASHINGTON – If you listen closely enough during the summer months in Washington’s Navy Yard neighborhood, you might hear the crack of a bat smashing a baseball and a roaring crowd through the sound of jackhammers and drills. The home…

Baseball writers: digital media, more press restrictions have changed coverage

COLLEGE PARK, Maryland – The first time Tim Kurkjian met legendary Orioles manager Earl Weaver, he got cussed at. It was 1980, and Kurkjian — whose decades-long career in sports journalism has included time at The Baltimore Sun, Sports Illustrated…

UMD Spring Sports Media Day

COLLEGE PARK– The University of Maryland spring sports teams, along with men’s basketball’s Mark Turgeon and Melo Trimble, sat down with the media to discuss their teams’ current status and preparation for competition down the road.

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.

Attendance at Minor League Baseball across Maryland is declining

HAGERSTOWN – In the past five years attendance at Minor League Baseball games has dipped 13 percent.

Why the Washington Nationals are on Pace to Break MLB Strikeout Record

A few teams’ starting rotations have gotten close, including the 2015 Cleveland Indians, which finished the season with 969 strikeouts and the 2002 Arizona Diamondbacks.

Nats Park Debuts New Concessions for 2016 Season

Tasty new concessions headline the 2016 changes to Nats Park.

Nationals Youth Baseball Academy

The Washington Nationals Youth Baseball Academy in Southeast Washington D.C. gives 3rd to 8th graders a place to go after school where they learn much more than baseball.

Two-year-old Girl May Be the Orioles Biggest Smallest Fan

Two-year-old Baltimore area girl may well be the Orioles smallest biggest fan.