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  • The life of former Ravens owner Art Modell [Timeline]

    The life of former Ravens owner Art Modell [Timeline]
    March 21, 1961: Modell bought the Browns for just under $4 million. Aug. 18, 1962: Modell proposed and staged pro football's first preseason doubleheader at Cleveland Stadium. The Browns played the Steelers in one game and the Lions faced the Cowboys...
  • Angelos resists spotlight despite Orioles' turnaround

    Angelos resists spotlight despite Orioles' turnaround
    Peter Angelos' ownership of the Orioles seemed to hit a new low last fall when two well-respected candidates spurned the chance to become his top baseball executive. Fans rolled their eyes and bit their lips when Angelos settled for Dan Duquette, who had...
  • New Grand Prix group is off to slow start

    New Grand Prix group is off to slow start
    With the second Baltimore Grand Prix less than five months away, organizers of the race have yet to sign key agreements, land sponsorship deals, launch a marketing campaign or start selling tickets. Downforce Racing LLC has not fulfilled three of five...
  • Future of Camden Yards depends on continued evolution

    Future of Camden Yards depends on continued evolution
    In 1912, when Fenway Park opened as the home of the Boston Red Sox, fans went to a baseball game because they wanted to watch a baseball game. One hundred years later, stadiums are much more complicated places, filled with fans hoping for a variety of...
  • Grand Prix contract delay could cause 'PR problems,' lawyer warns

    Grand Prix contract delay could cause 'PR problems,' lawyer warns
    Reporters often suspect that government officials attempt to prevent the whole story from getting out.  Occasionally, we get proof.   I have a story in today’s paper about Downforce Racing, the group organizing this year’s Baltimore Grand...
  • Camden Yards at 20

    Camden Yards at 20
    When the Orioles open their season Friday, it's a safe bet that while many in attendance will be rooting for the home team (and some for the visitors, alas), all will appreciate the venue. Oriole Park at Camden Yards has remained one of the great...
  • Lawyer clarifies instructions not to discuss Grand Prix contract

    Lawyer clarifies instructions not to discuss Grand Prix contract
    The state employee who mistakenly included me on an email this week in which she advised a spokeswoman to “refrain from discussing [the delayed Grand Prix contract] with the Sun,” has responded to my request for clarification. Assistant...
  • Stadium Authority: No effort to deceive in discussion of Grand Prix contract

    The recent article about the status of the Baltimore Grand Prix and Downforce Racing suggests the Maryland Stadium Authority (MSA) stalled the Baltimore Sun's efforts to secure material through the Public Information Act to prevent a public relations...
  • New amenities at Oriole Park delight fans

    New amenities at Oriole Park delight fans
    As soon as the gates opened at noon Friday, Peter Hudak raced up the stairs to the new rooftop deck behind the center-field wall of Oriole Park at Camden Yards. The Columbia resident held a standing-room-only ticket, and his plan all along was to...
  • Baltimore Grand Prix group in turmoil

    Baltimore Grand Prix group in turmoil
    IndyCar executives met with Baltimore officials Monday to discuss the future of the company planning the city's Grand Prix — and whether the leader of the group should depart. Downforce Racing LLC, which took over the troubled event earlier this...
  • Editorial: Skeptical report on tennis center a welcome dose of reality

    Editorial: Skeptical report on tennis center a welcome dose of reality
    The Maryland Stadium Authority has dumped a bucket of ice-cold water on the tennis enthusiasts who want to build a world-class tennis facility in Howard County, in the form of a rather sobering and discouraging analysis of the proposal. And while the...