Baltimore Hoping Baseball Heals City with ‘Re-Opening Day’

The city of Baltimore is looking to sports to salve the wounds the city suffered from the riots following the funeral of Freddie Gray. On Monday, the Orioles will play their first home game in front of their fans since April 26.

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ESPN’s Wilbon: Baltimore Reminiscent of Summers of ’66-68

During Tuesday’s broadcast of “Pardon the Interruption” on ESPN, co-host Mike Wilbon shared his thoughts on the Baltimore riots, which have caused the Baltimore Orioles to postpone games and even close their stadium to the public to play their game on Wednesday


Orioles Chief Exec Blames Baltimore Riots on Lack of Jobs

The executive vice president of the Baltimore Orioles is speaking out about the rioting that threatened the safety and lives of his fans, only instead of condemning it, John Angelos justifies the unrest by saying that a lack of jobs is the reason for it all.

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