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By Phil Rogers | October 21, 2010
NEW YORK — This is a new situation for most of the Rangers and all of their fans, so it seems right to offer a little help in their quest to finish off the Yankees. Take no comfort — repeat, no comfort — in the fact Mr. Clifton Phifer Lee is set to pitch Game 7 of the American League Championship Series, if one is necessary. This cannot be stressed too much. Take no comfort — repeat, absolutely zero comfort, and maybe less — that Cliff Lee is waiting for a seventh game.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and The Baltimore Sun | September 21, 2014
The Ravens last season were demolished in Denver, bumbled through their afternoon in Buffalo, and caved in close losses at Cleveland, Chicago and Cincinnati. A team that had relished going on the road and winning in coach John Harbaugh's first five seasons became a mistake-prone, defensively challenged shell of itself whenever it ventured away from M&T Bank Stadium in 2013. The current Ravens are a far different team, players have said repeatedly in recent weeks. They can prove that and distance themselves from recent road woes by going to Cleveland and beating the rejuvenated Browns on Sunday at FirstEnergy Stadium.
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SPORTS
By Jamison Hensley and The Baltimore Sun | May 6, 2010
The Ravens are putting finishing touches on the new turf at M&T Bank Stadium this week, which means the team will stay with an artificial surface for the foreseeable future. This SportExe field, which features 1billion blades of green synthetic fibers with a base of sand and granular rubber, is essentially the same as the highly rated one that has been in place for seven years. The older turf had begun to lose its softness, which led to the team's installing its first new field since it changed from grass in 2003.
SPORTS
By Matt Zenitz and Baltimore Sun Media Group | September 12, 2014
COLLEGE PARK  -   The Maryland football team puts together a preliminary scouting report of each opponent on its schedule during the summer, scanning through last season's film to get an early feel for what a team might look like this season. For West Virginia, the tape would have shown a mediocre team that finished 4-8 and had problems on offense and defense. A year later, the Mountaineers are much better, as Terps coach Randy Edsall and his staff saw Sunday when they began reviewing West Virginia's early-season tape.
NEWS
By Jay Hancock | October 13, 2010
Just when you thought the nameplate on your bank and football stadium would stop changing, the Maryland bank with the second-largest number of deposits became the subject of merger speculation, big stock swings and international headlines. M&T Bank Corp. was in combination talks until recently with Banco Santander SA, a global giant based in Spain, according to news reports. Last week, instead of getting a merger, M&T stock owners watched the bank's biggest shareholder dump its entire stake, a turnabout that caused M&T shares to fall below $77 after trading above $90 last month.
NEWS
By Baltimore Sun reporter | June 23, 2011
The next time the Ravens win a game at M&T Bank Stadium, they should be so lucky to get the kind of response four 50-something Irish guys got there Wednesday night. Thousands of fans - the stadium estimated some 80,000 - welcomed U2 for their first regional show in two years like Bono and company had just ended the N.F.L lockout. Billed as the record-setting spectacular to beat all concert spectaculars, U2’s 360-degree tour employs the latest advancements in live entertainment, including a moving, four-legged stage that looked ripped from "Close Encounters of the Third Kind.
SPORTS
By Childs Walker and The Baltimore Sun | September 4, 2014
For most of Ray Lewis' 17-year NFL career, his face - eyes burning, mouth bellowing exhortations - was the face of the Ravens. Johnny Unitas' flinty gaze and stooped shoulders had symbolized pro football for earlier generations of Baltimore fans, and Lewis followed in the great quarterback's footsteps, becoming an icon for the new era of purple and black ardor. The Ravens made that association official Thursday morning, unveiling a bronze statue of the retired linebacker only a few feet from the statue of Unitas that greets visitors outside M&T Bank Stadium.
NEWS
By Alison Knezevich, The Baltimore Sun | February 23, 2013
City police and the FBI are investigating the robbery of an M&T bank near Johns Hopkins University in Charles Village on Saturday morning. Police say the robbery occurred at 10:04 a.m. at 3003 North Charles St., which is Hopkins Square. No other information is available. alisonk@baltsun.com twitter.com/aliknez
ENTERTAINMENT
by Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | October 15, 2012
Starting Oct. 14, Frederick's Flying Dog Brewery begins serving its beer at M&T Bank Stadium  Flying Dog's beer will be available at a storefront in the lower concourse of the stadium (Section 117, Gate B). The brewery's starting lineup includes UnderDog Atlantic Lager, Snake Dog IPA, and Doggie Style Classic Pale Ale. All beers will be available on draft. Flying Dog beer was served throughout Oriole Park at Camden Yards this season, along with food pairings from Camden Yards chefs.  “We are really excited about any opportunity to support our local teams,” said Ben Savage,  Flying Dog vice president of brand promotion.
SPORTS
By Kevin Cowherd and The Baltimore Sun | October 11, 2012
It was Dorothy's mantra in "The Wizard of Oz" and it might as well be the Ravens', too: "There's no place like home. " According to a new ESPN.com article , M&T Bank Stadium ranks as the NFL's toughest venue for opposing teams. No, it's not because of all the drunken, rowdy fans and the fat guys in face-paint, feathers and  beads -- although let's face it, the Bank has its share of those. It's not because of the noise levels. It's not because of "Seven Nation Army" blaring over the sound system until it fries the brain of opposing players.
SPORTS
By Childs Walker and The Baltimore Sun | September 4, 2014
For most of Ray Lewis' 17-year NFL career, his face - eyes burning, mouth bellowing exhortations - was the face of the Ravens. Johnny Unitas' flinty gaze and stooped shoulders had symbolized pro football for earlier generations of Baltimore fans, and Lewis followed in the great quarterback's footsteps, becoming an icon for the new era of purple and black ardor. The Ravens made that association official Thursday morning, unveiling a bronze statue of the retired linebacker only a few feet from the statue of Unitas that greets visitors outside M&T Bank Stadium.
SPORTS
By Jeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun | September 3, 2014
When fans head through the main entrance at M&T Bank Stadium Sunday for the Ravens' regular-season opener against the Cincinnati Bengals, they'll be greeted by a familiar sight. Ray Lewis starred for 17 seasons with the Ravens. Now he'll be immortalized next to another Baltimore sporting icon. The Ravens announced Wednesday that the statue of the middle linebacker will be unveiled Thursday at a ceremony scheduled for 11 a.m. in Unitas Plaza. Sculpted by Frederick Kail, the statue will be erected to the right of one depicting legendary Baltimore Colts quarterback Johnny Unitas outside the north entrance of the stadium.
SPORTS
By Jeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun | September 1, 2014
About eight months ago, the Ravens trudged off the field at Paul Brown Stadium, a 34-17 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals bringing an end to their season and their streak of five consecutive playoff appearances. Ravens coach John Harbaugh and his players have grown tired of hearing about the disappointing 2013 campaign. The 2014 Ravens are a completely different team, they say. The coaching staff has been overhauled. Some veterans moved on, and rookies and second-year players were elevated into starting roles.
BUSINESS
By Lorraine Mirabella, The Baltimore Sun | August 18, 2014
Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice, whose once wholesome reputation took a blow in a high-profile domestic violence case this year, will no longer "raise the green flag" for M&T Bank. Rice has starred in one of the bank's most recognizable and successful branding efforts for the past four years, but the Ravens-themed advertising campaign kicked off Monday without the former pitchman. None of his teammates appear in the ads either. M&T's new advertisements instead stress the team effort between the the Ravens and their corporate sponsor, with the spokesman role shifting to Ravens Head Coach John Harbaugh, team President Dick Cass and the bank's president of the Baltimore region, Augie Chiasera.
SPORTS
By Jeff Zrebiec and The Baltimore Sun | August 7, 2014
It was only one drive, lasting 10 plays and just under five minutes. But it was just what quarterback Joe Flacco and the first-team offense needed to kick off the preseason and the Gary Kubiak era. Flacco drove the offense down the field for a touchdown in his only series and spent the rest of the night on the sideline watching the Ravens beat the San Francisco 49ers, 23-3, in front of an announced 70,529 at M&T Bank Stadium. “It was nice,” Flacco said. “It felt good to get out here in a game-type situation and feel the nerves of a real game.
SPORTS
The Baltimore Sun | August 2, 2014
The Ravens' joint practice with the San Francisco 49ers scheduled for Friday at M&T Bank Stadium has been canceled, the team announced Saturday, citing rules in the NFL's collective bargaining agreement with its players. The CBA limits the number of consecutive days a team can practice or take part in football activities during training camp. The decision to call off Friday's event stems from the 49ers' practice and travel schedule leading up to Thursday's first preseason game at 7:30 p.m. "The CBA, the way their schedule sets up, they're not going to be able to do it," Ravens coach John Harbaugh said.
FEATURES
By Sloane Brown and Special to The Baltimore Sun | April 4, 2010
W ith a theme of black and white, TurnAround Inc.'s annual Steppin' Out fundraiser at M&T Bank Stadium was Wendy Richardson's kind of party. "I love bold patterns, and I'm big into black and white," says the 41-year-old Coldwell Banker real estate agent. The Canton resident describes her style as "kind of quirky and theatrical. Classic but with a twist." The look : Black and white circle-pattern sleeveless London Times sheath dress. Black leather multi-strap Classiques sandals.
SPORTS
By Colin Campbell, The Baltimore Sun | July 28, 2014
Gail Schreiner and her family don't mess around when it comes to their Ravens tailgates. The Westminister residents put out a spread of 50 pieces of fried chicken and homemade deviled eggs on Monday night - and the season doesn't start for six weeks. "This is nothing," Schreiner said. "Come during the season, when we have six tables out. " Purple-clad fans swarmed to M&T Bank Stadium to spend a warm summer evening watching their favorite players run drills and sign autographs during the first of the team's three open practices.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Wesley Case and The Baltimore Sun | July 8, 2014
The On the Run tour, Jay Z and Beyonce's first co-headlining tour together, delivered the type of expensive, finely calibrated spectacle one would expect from a Forbes power couple with a corporate sponsorship on Monday night at M&T Bank Stadium.  If the show seemed like a top-shelf Hollywood production, it is because it was. Throughout the roughly two-and-a-half hour set, the sold-out crowd received the soundtrack it expected, but also a...
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