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Baltimore Ravens owner commits $100G to help rebuild churches ruined in arson attacks

By Ryan Gaydos

Baltimore Ravens owner Steve Biscotti donated $100,000 to help rebuild three Louisiana churches that were recently burned down in an arson attack, former NFL player Benjamin Watson said Wednesday.

Keeping Score: How a Hitless Chris Davis Is Like a $15 Dessert

By BENJAMIN HOFFMAN

The Orioles first baseman is 0 for his last 49. Why is he still in the lineup? A Nobel Prize-winning economist explains the flawed logic behind letting Davis’s contract dictate his playing time.

Yankees 15, Orioles 3: Yankees, With 3 Blasts by Gary Sanchez, Cap Homer-Driven Sweep of Orioles

By JAMES WAGNER

Clint Frazier added two home runs for the Yankees, who went deep seven times on Sunday and 14 times in the three-game series.

Yankees 8, Orioles 4: Gleyber Torres Muscles Up Against Orioles, Ending Yankees’ Skid

By JAMES WAGNER

The infielder, who will be the team’s primary shortstop for the time being, had a career-high four hits. His second home run of the game put the Yankees on top to stay.

Baltimore Mayor to Take Leave of Absence Amid Children’s Book Scandal

By TIMOTHY WILLIAMS

Catherine Pugh’s office said she was recovering from pneumonia, even as Maryland’s governor called for an investigation into payments to the mayor for her “Healthy Holly” children’s books.

Orioles 7, Yankees 5: After Waiting Out the Rain, the Orioles Outlast the Yankees

By JAMES WAGNER

Uneven pitching and sputtering hitting gave the Yankees a second straight loss to Baltimore, and gave J.A. Happ his first loss at Yankee Stadium since 2013.

Orioles 5, Yankees 3: Yankees’ Offense Wakes Up Too Late in Loss to Orioles

By JAMES WAGNER

The debut of James Paxton, the talented left-handed pitcher acquired in the off-season, was marred by too many mistakes and too few runs.

Report: 'Serial' slaying DNA evidence didn't match suspect

Prosecutors in the murder case chronicled on the podcast "Serial" tested evidence from the 1999 crime last summer and found that none matched DNA from the convicted killer.

Yankees 7, Orioles 2: Luke Voit’s Blast Makes Yankees’ Opener a Breeze

By JAMES WAGNER

Voit set the tone with a three-run homer and Masahiro Tanaka pitched the Yankees to an easy win over the Orioles to kick off a season of high hopes.

The World Series: Mets Grab Hold of the Series

By THE NEW YORK TIMES

With stunning catches and stealthy base-running, they manage to clinch a world championship.

A Children’s Book Is Causing a Political Scandal in Baltimore. It’s Quite a Tale.

By TIMOTHY WILLIAMS

Once upon a time, Catherine Pugh, now Baltimore’s mayor, struck a $500,000 deal to sell her “Healthy Holly” books to a hospital provider, while sitting on its board.

Notes on the Culture: Why Baltimore Persists as a Cultural Beacon

By ANDREW MARTIN

The city (population 600,000) has produced an eclectic variety of artists, including John Waters, Joyce J. Scott, David Simon and Abdu Ali.

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