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Corey McLaughlin

Writer and editor Corey McLaughlin has contributed to Baltimore since 2015. He’s also written for The New York Times, Newsday, and several other outlets.


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Ravens Watch

All 11 of the Ravens Record-Setting Sacks, Ranked

Suggs and company are looking like the best Ravens defense since 2000.

The Chatter

Sadly, Jordan McNair’s Death Is Part of a Larger Trend

“Our nightmare continues,” his father says, after team threatens boycott.

The Birds Nest

The Sad, Inevitable End to Buck Showalter’s Orioles Revival

Players react to the longtime manager's departure from Baltimore.

The Birds Nest

Are the Orioles and Adam Jones Headed For a Bad Breakup?

Fan favorite benched again last night as forgettable season nears end.

The Chatter

Toxic Culture of Maryland Football Questioned After Jordan McNair's Death

University of Maryland accepts “legal and moral responsibility” for football player’s death.

Ravens Watch

Are Two Flaccos Better Than One?

Joe Flacco's brother, Tom, transfers to Towson University.

The Chatter

For Owner of Hudson Street Stackhouse, Caps Championship is Lifetime in the Making

Dom DeSantis and his father Richard celebrate the long-awaited Stanley Cup win.

The Chatter

Preakness Stakeholders Eye a Move To Laurel Park

This year's spectacle at Pimlico was filled with mud, fog, a big winner, and a bigger question.

The Chatter

City College Lacrosse Team Plays On While Mourning Captain’s Murder

Services for 17-year-old Ray Glasgow III will be held this weekend.

The Chatter

Mt. St. Joe’s Alum Talks About Winning NCAA Championship

Villanova guard Phil Booth talks about the true madness of the basketball tournament.

Ravens Watch

The Best Job in Town Now Belongs to RGIII

Ravens agree to a one-year contract with Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III.

The Chatter

UMBC President Freeman Hrabowski Tells World "Our Students Have Already Won"

The Retrievers' tournament story may have been short, but It was unforgettable.

The Chatter

UMBC (U Might Be Cinderella) Shocks the Sports World

The Catonsville university becomes the first 16-seed to ever beat a No. 1 in a NCAA men’s tournament.

The Chatter

UMBC Basketball Team Has Lovable Underdog Feeling

The basketball program will compete in first NCAA tournament since 2008.

The Chatter

Despite Tumultuous Season, Juan Dixon Confident About Coppin’s Future

We spoke to the head coach following the Coppin-Morgan rivalry game.

Ravens Watch

Ozzie Newsome to Step Down as Ravens GM After 2018 Season

Assistant general manager Eric DeCosta will take control of the roster.

The Birds Nest

Our Biggest Takeaways From Orioles FanFest 2018

Plus, kids say the darndest things to Buck Showalter.

The Chatter

Friday Replay: Carmelo Anthony Returns Home to West Baltimore

And four other things that happened in Baltimore sports this week.

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