The Baltimore Orioles and Washington Nationals have the Battle of the Beltway. Well, the local arena soccer equivalent is the Battle of I-83, between the Baltimore Blast and Harrisburg Heat. And hey, at least the highway in question actually connects the two cities in this instance.
Canada’s Olympic teams will be rocking footwear designed in South Baltimore for the next eight years.
By Jeff Seidel
As a kid growing up in Pikesville, Ron Snyder always loved watching professional wrestling on TV. The wild action and over-the-top drama attracted him, and Snyder often went to the then-Baltimore Arena with his parents to see live wrestling matches.
High-end athletic wear maker Lululemon is arguing that the folks at Under Armour are big fat copycats.
South Florida rapper and entertainer Armando Christian Pérez, better known as Pitbull, is eyeing Charm City for his next education project.
You wouldn’t know it from the box score, but local amateur soccer team Christos FC gave D.C. United a run for their money last night.
The Blast proves that soccer has an audience in Baltimore. Now there’s a new update in the move to bring a team that plays outside.
In 2018, Baltimore sports fans may be able to watch professional soccer matches very close to home.