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  • Previewing the Blast's game vs. the Harrisburg Heat

    Previewing the Blast's game vs. the Harrisburg Heat
    Blast (2-0) vs. Harrisburg Heat (0-2) Where: Royal Farms Arena When: Friday, 7:35 p.m. Video: golivesportscast.com Tickets: 410-73-BLAST, ticketmaster.com or baltimoreblast.com Outlook: If recent results are any indication, the Blast might...
  • Previewing the Blast's game Friday vs. the Detroit Waza Flo

    Previewing the Blast's game Friday vs. the Detroit Waza Flo
    Blast (1-0) vs. Detroit Waza Flo (1-1) Where: Royal Farms Arena When: Friday, 7:35 p.m. Video: golivesportscast.com   Tickets: 410-73-BLAST, ticketmaster.com or baltimoreblast.com Outlook: The Blast had a convincing 16-7 season-opening win...
  • 'Hale Storm' reveals prominent former banker's CIA ties, two failed marriages

    'Hale Storm' reveals prominent former banker's CIA ties, two failed marriages
    Edwin F. Hale Sr. says that despite his high local profile as former CEO of First Mariner Bancorp and current owner of the Baltimore Blast indoor soccer team, "nobody really knows me." So Hale, 67, decided to tell his life story in a book, titled...
  • City to OK 20-year deal for Du Burns Arena, $1.5 million field upgrade

    City to OK 20-year deal for Du Burns Arena, $1.5 million field upgrade
    City officials are set to award a 20-year contract Wednesday to Coppermine Fieldhouse to manage the Clarence H. Du Burns Arena in Canton, with a pledge from the youth sports business to spend $1.5 million to add turf and lighting to a city-owned field...
  • Blast beats Syracuse in MASL opener

    Blast beats Syracuse in MASL opener
    With a revamped defense, the Blast was expecting some growing pains at the start of the inaugural Major Arena Soccer League season. Those aches, at least for starters, didn't last long. In Saturday's season opener against the visiting Syracuse...
  • A look at the Blast's new league, the MASL

    A look at the Blast's new league, the MASL
    The inaugural Major Arena Soccer League season will include 23 teams competing in four divisions — Eastern, Central, Southern and Pacific. The Blast will play in the Eastern with the Detroit Waza Flo, Harrisburg Heat, Rochester Lancers and...
  • As season opener approaches, Blast signs two players

    As season opener approaches, Blast signs two players
    The Blast signed forward Vini Dantas and midfielder Juan Pereira. Dantas is entering his fifth season of professional soccer and his first indoor season. Last season, Dantas played for the Ottawa Fury of the North American Soccer League. Pereira is...
  • Maryland men's soccer wins Big Ten title; Wilbon, Van Pelt to headline panel on racism

    Maryland men's soccer wins Big Ten title; Wilbon, Van Pelt to headline panel on racism
    Wilbon and Van Pelt to headline UM panel on racism in sports The Shirley Povich Symposium on "Racism & Sports: How Far Have We Really Come?" will be held at 7 p.m. Tuesday in the Samuel Riggs IV Alumni Center at Maryland. Michael Wilbon, an ESPN "Pardon...
  • Biography set to detail life of ex-banker Ed Hale – including CIA stint

    Biography set to detail life of ex-banker Ed Hale – including CIA stint
    A biography of former Baltimore banker Ed Hale is set to detail his rise from a Sparrows Point upbringing to exploits in real estate, sports business and banking – working covertly for the CIA and surviving plane crashes along the way....
  • Now an outsider, Ed Hale wants to clear the air

    Now an outsider, Ed Hale wants to clear the air
    Ed Hale wants to buy the Baltimore Arena, but the city said the aging facility is not for sale. Two years after his departure from First Mariner Bancorp, the bank he launched and turned into the city's largest, Hale finds himself on the outside...
  • City's east-side renaissance spreads

    In what would be the biggest single residential development in Baltimore in recent memory, banker Edwin F. Hale Sr. plans to build more than 1,000 upscale condos, apartments and townhouses in Greektown in a project that would radically transform the...