2:21 AM EST, Mon March 02, 2015
CSN Washington 2 hours ago

Gleason has strong debut in Caps win

A game against the lowly Toronto Maple Leafs came at the perfect time for Tim Gleason's debut and for a Capitals team in need of a rebound.

Caps Insider: Postgame: Curtis Glencross arrives in time to watch Capitals finish off Toronto

He had expected to find a new home ever since the Calgary Flames approached him about waving his no-trade clause, each day overshadowed by the uncertainty of when the move would come, but forward Curtis Glencross certainly did not anticipate stretching for practice Sunday afternoon, seeing his head coach pull a cell phone from his pocket and spending three hours sitting inside a car on icy Interstate 95.Read full article >>

Postgame: Curtis Glencross arrives in time to watch Capitals finish off Toronto

He had expected to find a new home ever since the Calgary Flames approached him about waving his no-trade clause, each day overshadowed by the uncertainty of when the move would come, but forward Curtis Glencross certainly did not anticipate stretching for practice Sunday afternoon, seeing his head coach pull a cell phone from his […]
Baltimore Sun 2 hours ago

No. 5 Terps women rout No. 25 Northwestern, 69-48, capping perfect Big Ten regular season

With five seconds left and the No. 5 Maryland women's basketball team assured of perfection in the Big Ten Conference, coach Brenda Frese approached Brene Moseley near the bench during a stoppage in play Sunday for a long embrace.
CSN Washington 3 hours ago

Ovechkin blames sniper for fall after early goal

Alex Ovechkin took a tumble after his first goal. Was a sniper to blame?

Alex Ovechkin scores twice as Capitals throttle Toronto, 4-0

The Washington Capitals had looked to their leaders to patch their latest holes, and Sunday night’s answer came when forward Alex Ovechkin lost his footing, crashed onto his backside and plopped onto the ice with his legs rigid, grinning like a child riding a sled. Only 33 seconds into a 4-0 win over the Toronto Maple Leafs, and already the sparks had been ignited, the problems of a three-game losing streak solved.Read full article >>
CSN Washington 4 hours ago

Capitals top Toronto: Ovechkin powers Caps to win

Behind two goals from Alex Ovechkin, the Capitals notched a Sunday night win over Toronto. CSN's Chuck Gormley has more.
Baltimore Sun 4 hours ago

Minnie Minoso's love of baseball never waned

GLENDALE, Ariz. — In his first at-bat in a White Sox uniform, on May 1, 1951 at Comiskey Park, Minnie Minoso homered off Yankees pitcher Vic Raschi.
CSN Washington 4 hours ago

Q and A with Curtis Glencross

Curtis Glencross knew the Capitals were interested in him and now he can't wait to get started in Washington.
CSN Washington 5 hours ago

Meet the newest Cap, Curtis Glencross

Curtis Glencross gets his first look of his new team and is excited about where he might fit in.
CSN Washington 5 hours ago

Down starter, Edsall to use one-time special teamer at QB

With an injury to his assumed starter, Randy Edsall is comfortable with experimenting during the spring. So he'll start a one-time special teamer at quarterback.
Baltimore Sun 5 hours ago

Orioles' Steve Clevenger hopes to learn from last season's tough lessons

The sting of being sent down to the minor leagues last season still fuels Orioles catcher Steve Clevenger. And he's not shy talking about the emotional and frustrating year that was 2014.
Washington Post 6 hours ago

Wizards rediscover winning formula in win over Pistons

The Washington Wizards won a basketball game Saturday night. A month ago, the statement would have hardly merited notice. That was back when the Wizards were plowing through one of the league’s weakest schedules and creating lofty expectations. But when you lose six straight games and 13 of 17, a win elicits excitement and relief — even if the win, a 99-95 triumph over the Detroit Pistons, was nearly a buzz-killing collapse. Read full article >>
Washington Post 6 hours ago

Washington Nationals’ left-hander Gio Gonzalez aims to keep emotions in check

VIERA, Fla. – Last year was hard for Gio Gonzalez. He is defined by his left arm and bubbly personality. Both took a hit during a trying 2014 season. For the first time in his seven major league seasons, Gonzalez suffered an injury — an inflamed left shoulder – and landed on the disabled list for a month in mid-May while the Washington Nationals were toiling around .500. He dealt with lingering effects of the injury even after his return, and struggled to a 10-10 record — his lowest win total since his second season in the majors.Read full article >>
CSN Washington 6 hours ago

Ovechkin wipes out while celebrating 40th goal

Alex Ovechkin was so happy he scored, he forgot to keep his legs under him.

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