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The top Baltimore sports stories of 2018

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The scene before first pitch at last night’s Orioles-Blue Jays game. Photo by Brandon Weigel.

A lot happened in Baltimore sports in 2018. Yes, that’s bound to happen every year by virtue of all the games played. But a look at all the major developments for the area’s pro and college teams shows there were truly seismic changes. After years of competitive baseball, the Orioles fell flat on their faces, leading to a complete overhaul. On the verge of winning the AFC North, the Ravens are approaching the end of the Ozzie Newsome era and, by all accounts, have already concluded the Joe Flacco one.

Those are just a few of the major storylines to make our list.

UPDATE: Today’s Ravens practice at M&T Bank Stadium has been cancelled

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Photo via Wikimedia Commons

UPDATE (7/21): The Ravens’ open practice at M&T Bank Stadium today has been cancelled due to the inclement weather, the team announced.

The Baltimore Ravens will head to the team’s regular season home on Saturday to hold an open practice, the team announced today.

Justin Tucker Shows Off His Pipes, Wins NFL Talent Show on CBS

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Tucker sings “Ave Maria.” Still via CBS/Twitter.

We all know Justin Tucker can sing with the best of them, and now he’s got an award to show for it.

In Her Hands: Dr. Leigh Ann Curl Has Become A Trusted Member Of The Ravens

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By Sandra McKee

When you ask Dr. Leigh Ann Curl about her most memorable moments as the head orthopedic surgeon with the Baltimore Ravens, she doesn’t talk about Dennis Pitta’s hips or Marshal Yanda’s knees or Joe Flacco’s back.

Angry Ravens Fan Circulates Petition Asking Franchise to Tear Down Ray Lewis Statue

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Photo via Baltimore Ravens/Facebook

The Baltimore Ravens’ most legendary player is now caught in the middle of two of America’s biggest social controversies: removals of controversial statues, and the ongoing National Anthem protests sweeping the NFL.

Ravens Tight End: Trump’s National Anthem Talk was ‘A Direct Attack on Our Brotherhood’

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Photo via CNN

Ben Watson didn’t kneel during the National Anthem yesterday in London, but he was right there in the chain of Ravens players and staff who locked arms in solidarity.

Tailgate With A Purpose This Fall

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When Dori Chait moved to Baltimore in 2005, she quickly discovered that in the fall, everything revolves around the Ravens. So today, the former New Yorker is incorporating what she’s learned about her adopted community into a volunteer project she hopes others get behind.

One Week Before Opener, Joe Flacco is Finally Practicing Again

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Joe Flacco is working hard to get back in the groove after being sidelined for a crucial chunk of the summer.

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