Views vary on O’s game as Baltimore recovers

With rubble and debris looming nearby, and tempers still smoldering in riot-torn Baltimore, the Orioles played a baseball game on Wednesday. This wasn't for the fans, because there weren't any at Camden Yards. The game was held behind closed doors, and the Orioles and Chicago White Sox played because it was the best time to fill out the schedule for both teams. The timing worked for baseball, not so much for Baltimore. It was an unusual move by Major League Baseball, which usually errs on the side of caution in the wake of tragedy.

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Ravens cut Hampton after DWI arrest

The Baltimore Ravens waived cornerback Victor Hampton after his weekend arrest in Charlotte on a charge of driving while impaired and speeding. Ravens spokesman Chad Steele said the team waived Hampton on Monday. North Carolina Highway Patrol Master Trooper John ...

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Goodell approval rises, but still low

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell was seen as favorable by 24 percent of respondents in a Seton Hall University sports poll, a 12 percentage-point rise since October. Goodell, who’s said he poorly handled domestic violence issues within the NFL last year, ...

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