1. Orioles Draft Joe Flacco's Brother

    Wouldn’t you know it, the Baltimore Orioles have some PR savvy in the front office. They went out and got Mike Flacco, a third baseman from Catonsville Community College and the brother of Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco...

    Jarrett Carter Written by Jarrett Carter about 5 years ago 137 reads 1 comments

  2. Willis McGahee Cares Little for Your Depth Chart Drama

    Willis McGahee, who had a rough 2008 with injuries and early-season questions about his conditioning and work ethic, is back in the headlines for backing up Ray Rice in offseason activities...

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  3. Could the Washington Wizards Be Trading Down in the 2009 NBA Draft?

    Washington Post writer Michael Lee seems to think that the recent slate of Wizards workout participants—Louisville forward Terrence Williams and Virginia guard and Metro native Mamadi Diane—indicates ...

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  4. Baltimore Orioles Draft Pitcher Not Named Strasburg

    As much as the numbers may not indicate it, another local team had a pick in the top ten of the 2009 MLB Draft. The Baltimore Orioles selected pitcher Matt Hobgood out of Norco High School in Southern California...

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  5. Signing Stephen Strasburg: The Audacity of Hope

    The talk is of how much money Stephen Strasburg will demand; the talk is of his likelihood to perform in the major leagues as a can’t-miss prospect where so many others have indeed, missed...

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  6. LaRon Landry is Missing

    Well, maybe not missing as much as he doesn’t want to be found. OTAs are voluntary in name only, because the premise of the event is an adventure in team building, championship commitment, and unspoken scorn for those who don’t show up...

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  7. Mystics-Dream: Washington Wins, Hope Abounds for D.C. Pro Basketball

    Don’t know if you noticed or cared, but the Washington Mystics are 2-0 for the first time in franchise history after defeating the Atlanta Dream at home yesterday, 77-71...

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  8. Washington Post Writer Michael Lee Drools over Blake Griffin's Physique

    Michael Lee, the venerable Washington Wizards beat writer for the Washington Post, was in Los Angeles this weekend for the NBA Finals and caught a chance to observe Blake Griffin in a workout for the Los Angeles Clippers...

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  9. Washington Wizards Assistant Don Zierden is "The Professional"

    Interesting column from The Truth Wizards-Assistant-Unprofessional.html" target="_blank">via NBCWashington Sports about new Wizards assistant coach Don Zierden and his sudden departure as ...

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  10. Don't Tell Rob Dibble About Balls and Strikes

    Nats’ color man Rob Dibble took issue with a late game pitch that was just a bit low on Adam Dunn last night that was called for a strike...

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  11. Latest Group Offended By the Washington Nationals: The Local Jewish Community

    If you’re the Washington Nationals, and you’ve already pissed off people who love baseball, appreciate accurate spelling, and not being pelted with T-Shirts wrapped around hot dogs, why stop at that small group? Take it to the big time...

    Jarrett Carter Written by Jarrett Carter about 5 years ago 169 reads 1 comments

  12. Baseball History Despises the Nationals

    The game that would have been history for Randy Johnson was rained out last night, but it will long be forgotten when the final out is recorded on Johnson’s 300th victory...

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  13. Tony Kornheiser Thinks Gilbert Arenas is a “Team Killer”

    Known for his humorous and outrageous hyperbole, Tony Kornheiser has created a notable career in sports journalism for being over the top. And in most cases, it’s entertaining and enjoyable...

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  14. Brady Anderson to the Rescue…Or Not

    Here’s something that completely flew over my head yesterday: an op-ed piece in the Baltimore Sun defending Peter Angelos from the widespread media attacks of late, penned by former Baltimore Oriole Brady Anderson...

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  15. Brendan Haywood: Wit and Wisdom in His Blog

    Brendan Haywood has become a blog monster as of late, and his most recent entry is one of his more intriguing works of Web prose...

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  16. Is Troy Smith the New Kordell Stewart?

    He was a Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback for Ohio State University, and were it not for an untimely illness, Troy Smith may have been the Baltimore Ravens’ starting quarterback last season...

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  17. Wale' vs. Washington Wizards? Say it Ain't So…

    Wale’ is the best rapper to ever come out of the DMV—which some might consider a slap in the face to Nonchalant, but so be it...

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  18. Baltimore Ravens Backfield Carries Heavy Load. Literally.

    According to the first reporter, the Baltimore Sun should’ve laid off. The Baltimore Ravens’ version of Thunder and Lightning has focused on the weight game in the offseason at both ends of the spectrum...

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  19. More Fulfilling: LeBron's Playoff Failure or Penguins' Finals Flop?

    If you are a hating D.C. sports fan, this has to be a good time of year for you. Sure, our teams aren’t any meaningful postseason activity, but the arch rivals of our teams are...

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  20. Washington Wizards Fans Rooting against LeBron James?

    It sure doesn’t feel like DC has turned against LeBron. Maybe casual Wiz fans are just caught up in the rapture of the playoffs, but I certainly don’t get the vibe up and down I-295 ...

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  21. Five Storylines: Eddie Jordan To the 76ers

    So the man who should still be coach of the Washington Wizards has been tapped to lead the Philadelphia 76ers...

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  22. The Matt Wieters Stimulus Package

    If you need to know how much Orioles Magic needed to pull a Matt Wieters out of its hat, consider these two games of announced attendance. Tuesday, a rain-soaked Camden Yards turned out just over 10,000 Orioles faithful, a record low for the club...

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  23. Now Baltimore Orioles' Koji Uehara's Injured. Great.

    If Koji Uehara was destined to have hamstring soreness, why couldn’t it have come against a meaningful opponent like the Yankees or Red Sox? It had to come against the Washington Nationals, ...

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  24. Nationals-Orioles: It's Finally Over

    You know that a baseball series is squat when a total novice to the sport believes that it will be a great series based on the premise that someone has to win...

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  25. Why the Wizards Don't Want Ricky Rubio

    The rumors are flying about how the Wizards can carefully budget and maneuver to take Ricky Rubio in the upcoming NBA Draft. And for a while, I was all for those rumors...

    Jarrett Carter Written by Jarrett Carter about 5 years ago 481 reads 3 comments