WTOP's Samantha Loss grew up driving up to Orioles games with her family, and explains why the O's are primed for October. Full Story
WTOP's Jonathan Warner tells us why the hometown Washington Nationals can get over the humps and win the World Series in 2014. Full Story
In our first DMV Game of the Week, Gonzaga College High School took on Centreville High School in a match-up of top-ranked programs.
The WTOP staff predicts the national champion, the playoff field, sleepers and the most overrated teams.
Jose Canseco is one of the most entertaining athletes to follow on Twitter. We sample some of his greatest work.
The Washington Redskins Training Camp is underway in Richmond, Virginia.
The inaugural DC FootGolf Open took place at LakeRidge Golf Course in Woodbridge, Virginia on Saturday, July 19.
The Brompton U.S. Championship bike race took place on Sunday, July 13 at RFK Stadium.
The Washington Kastles kick off their home season as they take aim at their fifth World Team Tennis title in eight years.
As the world's biggest sporting event gets underway, see photos from people around the world watching the 2014 World Cup.
Red Bull Global Rallycross made its D.C. debut, bringing motorsports back to the District for the first time in 12 years.
The WTOP staff shares their picks for a champion, how well the U.S. will fare, and dark horses at the 2014 World Cup.
Little League is marking its 75th anniversary.
Actor and Redskins fan Matthew McConaughey visits with Robert Griffin III.
The songs that help motivate the Washington Nationals players before they bat.
WTOP's Jonathan Warner tells us why the hometown Washington Nationals can get over the hump and win the World Series in 2014.
Redskins bring back cornerback Richard Crawford, sign former Vikings safety Jamarca Sanford
The Redskins took a pasting on Thursday night at FedEx Field, losing to the New York Giants, 45-14. But for one player, the night only got worse from there.
Ravens shrug off Rice distraction, key injuries to win 3 straight in impressive fashion
WTOP brings you a look at each of the 10 postseason-bound teams from the perspective of a fan of each one.
WTOP's digital sports editor Noah Frank stumps for his hometown Oakland Athletics as they enter the Major League Baseball playoffs.
Developer with big stadium plans asks Los Angeles mayor for more time to land NFL franchise
Houston Texans looking for ways to improve run game after season-worst performance
Video, photos give jurors view of slaying of 2 former Auburn football players at party
Lack of running game slows Iowa State, last in the Big 12 and 110th nationally in rushing
Clippers welcome return of focus on basketball after Donald Sterling scandal
Luis Silva scores early, United holds off Union 1-0
Taylor Hall scores 2 goals to lead Oilers past Jets 3-1 in exhibition game
FERGUSON ON GOLF: Saving his best shot for his captain, Phil Mickelson makes a bold play
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