Author | Dan Ciarrocchi

Baltimore Ravens 2013 Training Camp: Still Not too Late to Address Wide Receiver Position

Baltimore Ravens 2013 Training Camp: Still Not too Late to Address Wide Receiver Position

July 25, 2013 | Dan Ciarrocchi

Jacoby Jones passed his conditioning test on Thursday, just a day after failing his first attempt. And no, he didn’t fail because he spent the offseason dancing with stars (last I checked, dancing was pretty decent cardio), or any unfounded rumor of complacency. Sometimes, these things just happen. And when they do, it’s not automatically [...]

Orioles’ Chris Davis Finishes Fourth in 2013 Home Run Derby

Orioles’ Chris Davis Finishes Fourth in 2013 Home Run Derby

July 15, 2013 | Dan Ciarrocchi

Chris Davis may have outslugged all of major league baseball through the first half of the season, but that momentum wasn’t enough to win the 2013 Home Run Derby. That isn’t to say Davis put on a performance to scoff at. His eight first-round home runs were enough to advance to the second round, however [...]

Chris Davis Ties American League Record with 37th Home Run Before All-Star Break

Chris Davis Ties American League Record with 37th Home Run Before All-Star Break

July 14, 2013 | Dan Ciarrocchi

Chris Davis launched home run No. 37 on Sunday, and that accomplishment hasn’t been received without its appropriate praises. You would be hard-pressed to watch a 24-hour sports newshole that hasn’t flashed a graphic reading “Chris Davis ties American League record with 37 home runs before All-Star break.” Technically, this is true. It’s a mark [...]

Orioles Ahead of 2012 Pace, In Position to Make Run after beating Rivera, Yankees

July 07, 2013 | Dan Ciarrocchi

The Orioles committed a rare feat on Sunday when Adam Jones hit the eventual game-winning home run off of Mariano Rivera to avoid a sweep at the hands of the New York Yankees. The big blast ended a streak of 41 straight saves at home for Rivera, and was just the second of 31 opportunities [...]

2013 NFL Preview: Baltimore Ravens are Built to Compete Once Again

July 05, 2013 | Dan Ciarrocchi

The Ravens finally got the monkey off their collective back in 2012 after four straight seasons of January heartbreak. That year, right when pressure mounted as high as it ever had— and with Ray Lewis set to call it quits at the end of the season— the Ravens won it all for their leader and [...]

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