After falling short in the season opener in Washington D.C., Baltimore’s new arena football franchise put its first-ever win in the books on Saturday night.
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At an appearance at an elite club of business leaders in Baltimore on Wednesday, D.C. sports mogul Ted Leonsis said he’s excited by the notion of the three nearby major East Coast cities – Baltimore, Richmond and Washington, D.C. – merging to become a “super city.”
Calling all current and former football players: Want to represent Baltimore in the Arena Football League this year?
It may not have a name, logo or jerseys just yet, but Baltimore’s newest pro sports franchise is starting to come together.
Football season is starting early in 2017, though it won’t be at M&T Bank Stadium.
The Ravens’ Super Bowl 2013 Super Bowl win is rightly the pride of the city, but back in 2010 you could have been bragging about the city’s football prowess — as long as you first took a moment to explain what the hell the AIFA was. That year the Baltimore Mariners became the first team in the history of the American Indoor Football Association — that trimmed down, high-scoring cousin of the NFL — to finish a season undefeated.
Now, after a three-year hiatus, the Mariners are returning to the Baltimore arena for at least six home games between March and June of 2014 to give Baltimoreans “that extra football fix.”