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I was born in Baltimore and have lived here my entire life except the four years I was in college in North Carolina. Not at UNC mind you. A little college named Catawba.
I'm very passionate about sports and the teams I love.
Here are my favorite teams, by league.
NCCA hoops. Duke Blue Devils. I know I live in Maryland and I'm supposed to root for the Terps but I can't do it. I've been a Duke fan since I went to my first game at Cameron Indoor in 1983. Johnny Dawkins was a sophmore at the time. The atmosphere was incredible. Best fans in the game.
NHL- The Washington Caps. How can you not love this team. The greatest player in the world, surrounded by a great mix of young guys and wily vets.
The Boston Bruins are a close second.
NFL- The Baltimore Ravens. Have been die hard since they moved here. The first season I split my allegiances with the Bears, as they were my team in between the Colts and Ravens, after that it's been all Ravens.
NBA- The Wizards. If only Gil could stay healthy they could do some damage in the Eastern Conference. I like the Rookies and younger guys on this team. Our big three is as good as any ones when they are all on the court together. It's a shame it's been nearly two years since that's happened for any significant amount of time.
MLB- The Baltimore Orioles, this is the hardest team to root for, I will never give up on them but they are so disappointing. I do think they are heading in the right direction though. If Andy McPhail can bring in a quality pitcher and a few more good prosects, they may be able to right the ship. Not to say we will be able to compete with the Sox, Yanks and Rays but at least we could have a winning season. Right now all I'm asking for is 82-80, not a World Series. One step at a time people. Although the Rays have proven you can go from worst to World Series in one season.
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