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Ravens Will Not Have Fans This Sunday vs. the Titans

Ravens Will Not Have Fans This Sunday vs. the Titans

After consulting with the offices of Maryland Governor Larry Hogan and Baltimore Mayor Bernard “Jack” Young, in addition to public health officials – including MedStar Health – the decision has been made not to host fans for this Sunday’s game against the Tennessee Titans.

| November 18, 2020 | 0 Comments
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Baltimore’s World Cup Bid Launches Promo Video Narrated by Mike Rowe

Baltimore’s World Cup Bid Launches Promo Video Narrated by Mike Rowe

The video has shots of M&T Bank Stadium, Oriole Park at Camden Yards, Russell St., Fort McHenry, the M&T Bank Stadium Light Rail Station, the Inner Harbor, the National Aquarium, Domino Sugar, the Babe Ruth Birthplace and Museum, the Edgar Allen Poe Grave, AVAM’s Kinetic Sculpture Race, Pier Six Pavilion, the Gwynns Falls Trail, Baltimore Water Taxi, and Sagamore Spirit, as well as different shots around the city. It focuses on the resilient spirit of Baltimore, portraying Baltimore as an underdog versus more glamorous cities looking to host the event.

| November 2, 2020 | 0 Comments
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Ravens Allowed to Have 4,300 Fans at Sunday’s Game Against the Steelers

Ravens Allowed to Have 4,300 Fans at Sunday’s Game Against the Steelers

The Baltimore Ravens will have a home field advantage this Sunday against AFC North rival the Pittsburgh Steelers, albeit a smaller one than they initially anticipated. The Ravens have come to an agreement with the State of Maryland and the City of Baltimore to allow up to 4,300 fans in the stands, which is 10 percent of the capacity of the lower bowl, club level, and suite level. The Ravens will not open the upper level

| October 26, 2020 | 0 Comments
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Ravens Hope to Have Fans in the Stands for the Next Home Game Against the Steelers

Ravens Hope to Have Fans in the Stands for the Next Home Game Against the Steelers

Like many football teams in the NFL and NCAA, the Ravens are hoping to start allowing fans back into the stadium. The Ravens have received approval from Maryland Governor Larry Hogan to limit the in-person stadium capacity to 10 percent or about 7,100 fans, however the organization is waiting on a decision by Baltimore City Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young.

| October 20, 2020 | 0 Comments
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Ravens Offering Cardboard Cutouts of Fans in Seats at M&T Bank Stadium

Ravens Offering Cardboard Cutouts of Fans in Seats at M&T Bank Stadium

While fans can’t attend games at M&T Bank Stadium in person right now, that doesn’t mean your face can’t be seen in the seats. Purchase a cutout of yourself and be part of our Community of Fans, presented by M&T Bank, while you stay safe this season and watch from home.

| August 31, 2020 | 0 Comments
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SoBo Spotlight Podcast: Discussing Baltimore’s Bid to Host the 2026 World Cup

SoBo Spotlight Podcast: Discussing Baltimore’s Bid to Host the 2026 World Cup

In this Episode of SoBo Spotlight Nathan and Kevin are joined by Terry Hasseltine, the Executive Director of Maryland’s Sports Commission. He is leading Baltimore’s efforts to be a host city in the 2026 FIFA World Cup which is taking place in the United States, Mexico, and Canada. We discuss Baltimore’s chances to be one of the 10 American hosts cities, why M&T Bank Stadium and the surrounding area are such an asset to the bid, what the festivities would be like if the World Cup came to Baltimore, and additional sporting events eyed for the City.

| August 25, 2020 | 0 Comments
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Ravens to Start 2020 Season Without Fans in the Stands

Ravens to Start 2020 Season Without Fans in the Stands

“After consulting with government officials and public health experts, we will not host fans at M&T Bank Stadium for at least the initial part of the 2020 season.”

| August 24, 2020 | 0 Comments
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The Orioles Will Play a Reschedule Four-Game Series vs. the Marlins This Week

The Orioles Will Play a Reschedule Four-Game Series vs. the Marlins This Week

he four-game series was originally scheduled from July 27-28 in Miami and July 29-30 in Baltimore, but was postponed due to COVID-19.

| August 3, 2020 | 0 Comments
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Baltimore Sports Super Fan Mo Gaba Dies From Cancer at the Age of 14

Baltimore Sports Super Fan Mo Gaba Dies From Cancer at the Age of 14

Baltimore Orioles and Ravens super fan and Orioles Hall of Famer Mossila “Mo” Gaba died yesterday at the age of 14 after a life-long battle with cancer. Gaba became well known from his calls into The Scott & Jeremy Show on 105.7 The Fan and went on to become a fixture in Baltimore sports. He got to know countless players and staff from the Orioles and Ravens organizations as well as fans, business owners, and media personalities around Baltimore.

| July 29, 2020 | 0 Comments
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The Baltimore Running Festival Will Be Virtual This Year

The Baltimore Running Festival Will Be Virtual This Year

“This year countless heroes have helped the city and our great state battle the COVID 19 pandemic. After assessing the current status of the novel virus both at a local and national level, it’s apparent the situation remains fluid and a potential safety threat… we will run this year, but it will have to be apart.”

| July 29, 2020 | 0 Comments
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Orioles Schedule Reshuffled as Miami Marlins Face COVID-19 Outbreak

Orioles Schedule Reshuffled as Miami Marlins Face COVID-19 Outbreak

The Miami Marlins, who the Orioles were supposed to play this Monday through Thursday, are facing a COVID-19 outbreak as there are 17 positive cases on the team, according to Jeff Passan of ESPN. All four games of the Marlins vs. Orioles series were postponed, and now the Orioles will instead play the New York Yankees on Wednesday and Thursday.

| July 28, 2020 | 0 Comments
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Baltimore Makes Its Pitch to FIFA to Host 2026 World Cup

Baltimore Makes Its Pitch to FIFA to Host 2026 World Cup

Led by Maryland Lieutenant Governor Boyd Rutherford and Maryland Sports Executive Director Terry Hasseltine, the Baltimore-Maryland 2026 World Cup Host Destination Delegation met virtually with representatives from FIFA and the United States Soccer Federation (USSF) Monday, July 20, to present their plans to secure and execute the 2026 FIFA World Cup™ at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore

| July 27, 2020 | 0 Comments
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Toronto Blue Jays Hoping to Play Home Games at Oriole Park at Camden Yards this Year

Toronto Blue Jays Hoping to Play Home Games at Oriole Park at Camden Yards this Year

The Orioles have granted the Blue Jays permission to play at Oriole Park, but both teams are waiting on a decision from the Maryland government.

| July 23, 2020 | 0 Comments
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Ravens to Limit Attendance to 14,000 if Fans are Allowed to Attend Games

Ravens to Limit Attendance to 14,000 if Fans are Allowed to Attend Games

Based on the social distancing guidelines and fan safety protocols developed by health experts, governmental officials and the NFL, it is expected that the stadium capacity – if fans are allowed – would be fewer than 14,000 seats per game.

| July 13, 2020 | 0 Comments
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Orioles Release 60-Game Schedule, No Fans at Home Games for Now

Orioles Release 60-Game Schedule, No Fans at Home Games for Now

The Orioles today announced that their updated 2020 season will open on Friday, July 24, at Fenway Park against the Boston Red Sox, as part of a season-opening, five-game road trip against the Red Sox (three games) and Miami Marlins (two games).

| July 7, 2020 | 0 Comments
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Orioles and Trey Mancini Partner on T-Shirt to Benefit Colorectal Cancer

Orioles and Trey Mancini Partner on T-Shirt to Benefit Colorectal Cancer

In support of Mancini’s fight and his partnership with the Colorectal Cancer Alliance, the Orioles are selling #F16HT t-shirts to benefit the Alliance. All net proceeds from the t-shirts will benefit the Colorectal Cancer Alliance Patient and Family Support Services.

| June 18, 2020 | 0 Comments
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Growing Federal Hill Business Provides Playbook Software to NFL Coaches

Growing Federal Hill Business Provides Playbook Software to NFL Coaches

Andy Bischoff has been a lifer in the football coaching world and is now in his 6th year as an Assistant Tight Ends Coach with the Baltimore Ravens. Andy Bischoff’s career, which has taken him to Montreal and Chicago, now includes founding a company that designs software for football coaches. His shared concept with his wife Britt Bischoff turned into an unexpected business in their Federal Hill home.

| April 30, 2020 | 0 Comments
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