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MLB.com Updated Jun 5, 2013
The Astros erupted for six home runs -- by six different players -- for their biggest long-ball barrage in nearly seven years, and got another quality start from left-hander Dallas Keuchel and held on to beat the Orioles, 11-7, on Wednesday night at Min…Share Tweet
MLB.com Jun 5, 2013Reacting to the news that Major League Baseball may be pursuing suspension of approximately 20 players involved with the Miami-area Biogenesis clinic founded by Anthony Bosch, Orioles manager Buck Showalter said he'd wait to pass judgment.Share TweetThe Baltimore Ravens reached an agreement with free-agent linebacker Daryl Smith, according to The Baltimore Sun. No immediate details of the deal were announced.Share TweetEd Reed joined his former Ravens teammates at the White House on Wednesday and was the subject of some ribbing from President Obama about his gray hair. Comments about Reed’s age can’t help but draw attention to the fact that he’s recovering from hiShare TweetOn Wednesday, the Super Bowl XLVII champion Baltimore Ravens boarded nine buses and traveled to Washington, D.C. to meet President Barack Obama at the White House and inform the Commander-in-Chief that they plan to be back next summer. "I want you …Share TweetHead coach John Harbaugh and the Ravens are hanging out with President Barack Obama at the White House today, one of the perks of winning the Super Bowl a few months ago.Share Tweet
Ravens get their rings tonightprofootballtalk.com Jun 5, 2013There could be tears. Yes, it’s a big day for the defending Super Bowl champions. After visiting the White House, they’ll receive their Super Bowl rings. Setting aside for now the philosophical question of whether the obsession with the Lombardi TrophShare Tweet
AFC North challenger?Jun 5Will the Cincinnati Bengals or Pittsburgh Steelers effectively challenge the Baltimore Ravens for the AFC North title in 2013? Heath Evans and Willie McGinest share their thoughts on "NFL Total Access."
Obama Welcomes Ravens To White HouseJun 5President Barack Obama congratulates the Ravens on winning the Super Bowl and warns them about a meeting with the Bears next season.
President Obama greets Baltimore Ravens at White HouseJun 5President Barack Obama cracks a few jokes as the Baltimore Ravens, victors of Super Bowl XLVII, visit the White House on Wednesday to celebrate.
Ravens honored at White HouseJun 5NFL Network's Aditi Kinkhabwala wraps up the Baltimore Raven's visit to the White House where the team was honored for their Super Bowl XLVII victory.