Kevin Chaney, Jr

Kevin Chaney was born and raised in Pasadena, MD. He enlisted in the United States Navy in 2007 and served on board the USS Nimitz until 2012. He is now attending the University of Maryland. Follow him on his blog at http://kchaneyreporting.wixsite.com/sports

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Fanfest kicks off the 2017 Navy football season

Fanfest kicks off the 2017 Navy football season

| August 8, 2017

Coach Ken Niumatalolo and his Midshipmen football team hosted a Media Day and Fanfest at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium on Saturday, August fifth. Fans were welcomed to the stadium with a row of players on each side of the concourse. Fans could enter each line and have every member of this year’s squad sign autographs. […]

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Pastrana comes home as Nitro Circus hits Annapolis (PHOTOS)

Pastrana comes home as Nitro Circus hits Annapolis (PHOTOS)

| July 25, 2017

Travis Pastrana is a local boy through and through. He and his band of merry dirt bikers, skate boarders, BMX’ers (and even wheel chairs) were on full display as Nitro Circus Live finally hit the superstar’s home this past Sunday. Originally the plan was DOA. The original proposal was shot down by the community surrounding […]

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Summer At The Yard Series: The Delmarva Shorebirds

Summer At The Yard Series: The Delmarva Shorebirds

| July 21, 2017

If you’re from Maryland, chances are that you have found yourself spending a week in Ocean City. You enjoy the soothing waves of the Atlantic morning, noon and night. You remember the care free days of years past the moment you see the lights of the boardwalk. You may have even won the family putt-putt […]

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Orioles Drop Series To Tampa, All-Star Teams Announced.

Orioles Drop Series To Tampa, All-Star Teams Announced.

| July 3, 2017

The Baltimore Orioles (40-41) lost two out of three games this weekend to the Tampa Bay Ray’s (43-41). The Orioles are now 6.5 games behind the first place Boston Red Sox (47-35) in the American League East Division, followed by the Yankees (43-37)  and the Ray’s. Still struggling to find a permanent place above the […]

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Orioles Starters Jam Up Jays In Toronto

Orioles Starters Jam Up Jays In Toronto

| June 30, 2017

The O’s had been struggling. Severely struggling as a matter of fact, and they have been waiting for the storm to pass. Time will tell if it has, but the Oriole’s series against the Blue Jays was exactly what they were looking for. Gausman and Jimenez combined for 13.1 scoreless innings, and even though the […]

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Orioles In The Basement After White Sox Series

Orioles In The Basement After White Sox Series

| June 16, 2017

The Baltimore Orioles (32-33) dropped three of four against the struggling Chicago White Sox (29-36). An idea that seemed impossible a month ago is now a reality, the O’s are below .500 and tied with the Toronto Blue Jays for last place in the American League East Division. How could that happen? Simply put, the […]

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Orioles Season in Danger After Sweep in Bronx

Orioles Season in Danger After Sweep in Bronx

| June 12, 2017

After going 12-16 last month, the Baltimore Orioles once again find themselves struggling. The O’s were swept by the New York Yankees this weekend and gave up a jaw-dropping 38 runs in the three-game series. The Orioles bats were held nearly silent combining for 13 hits in 92 AB’s, a .141 team average. Chris Tillman […]

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Orioles Vs. Pirates Live Blog

Orioles Vs. Pirates Live Blog

| June 6, 2017

Good evening everyone. Kevin Chaney will bring you live updates of tonight’s interleague matchup between the Baltimore Orioles (29-26) and the Pittsburgh Pirates (26-31) starting at 7:05 PM live at Orioles Park at Camden Yards. Kevin Gausman (3-4/ 5.92ERA) will take the mound tonight for the O’s as he faces off against right-handed pitcher Ivan […]

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Machado Red Hot As O’s Split Series With Boston.

Machado Red Hot As O’s Split Series With Boston.

| June 5, 2017

The Baltimore Orioles went 2-2 against the Boston Red Sox this past weekend and are now 21-13 against the AL East. The O’s are also boasting an 8-1-1 in 10 home series so far this season which is good for 3rd best home record behind the Yankees and the Astros. The Orioles are off Monday […]

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Orioles Continue Winning Ways Against AL East

Orioles Continue Winning Ways Against AL East

| June 1, 2017

The Baltimore Orioles (27-24) ended their dismal month of May the best way possible, taking two of three from the New York Yankees (30-20). The Orioles are in third place in the AL East, but have a division best 19-11 record against AL East opponents. The Orioles will look to continue their success within the […]

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Twins Sweep O’s, Yankees Division Lead Grows

Twins Sweep O’s, Yankees Division Lead Grows

| May 24, 2017

  The Orioles and Twins have finished three of their seven scheduled meetings of the season with the Twins completing the sweep of the Orioles in Camden Yards. The Orioles will get a chance to redeem themselves against the Twins in Minnesota on July 6-9. Currently, the Orioles are now two games behind the New […]

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Pleb’s become Midshipmen in annual Herndon Monument climb (Photos)

Pleb’s become Midshipmen in annual Herndon Monument climb (Photos)

| May 23, 2017

While you were at work yesterday, the future leaders of our nation’s Navy and Marine Corps participated in the 67th Herndon Monument Climb. The Class of 2020 successfully completed the Naval Academy’s grueling task that requires teamwork and endurance, of climbing the Herndon Monument and finally ending their first year at the Academy. Photos by […]

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LIVE BLOG:  Nationals Vs Orioles (5/11/2017, 705pm)

LIVE BLOG: Nationals Vs Orioles (5/11/2017, 705pm)

| May 11, 2017

Good evening everyone. Kevin here reporting live from Nationals Park in Washington D.C. I’ll be keeping you up to date on game 4 of this exciting Beltway Series between the Baltimore Orioles and the Washington Nationals. Tonight the Baltimore Orioles look to win the series on the arm of Dylan Bundy. Bundy is performing exactly […]

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What Do The Orioles Do With Trey Mancini?

What Do The Orioles Do With Trey Mancini?

| April 14, 2017

Last year the Baltimore Orioles were a difficult team to watch, but somehow in late September the Orioles were only a few games behind the Boston Red Sox for first place in the division. They had once again trumped the talking heads and were playing meaningful baseball in September. It was the last regular season […]

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O’s On Top of AL East After First Week of Season

O’s On Top of AL East After First Week of Season

| April 11, 2017

The Baltimore Orioles (4-1) are in 1st place after week one of the 2017 MLB season, winning their first two games of the season against the Blue Jays and taking 2-3 from the Yanks. The O’s continue their AL East battle on the road against the Boston Red Sox (3-3) before traveling north to face […]

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Trumbo and Harper Go Yard as O’s and Nat’s are each only 161 Games Away From Perfection!

Trumbo and Harper Go Yard as O’s and Nat’s are each only 161 Games Away From Perfection!

| April 5, 2017

Ok, so the Orioles and Nationals are not going undefeated, but if you want to be 162-0 you have to win game 1 right? But seriously, the two playoff hopeful teams took care of business in their home openers and it was an “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” formula that got their seasons […]

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Fight Night in Annapolis

Fight Night in Annapolis

| February 26, 2017

Friday night, the United States Naval Academy hosted the 76th Annual Brigade Boxing Championships. As part of the academy’s physical education program, all midshipmen are required to participate in boxing class their plebe year. The Brigade Boxing Championship showcases the most elite midshipmen competing in three, two-minute rounds within their specific weight class. This year’s […]

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Tom Brady and the Patriots Stun Atlanta, Win Super Bowl LI 34-28.

Tom Brady and the Patriots Stun Atlanta, Win Super Bowl LI 34-28.

| February 6, 2017

Tom Brady led the New England Patriots to a stunning overtime win against NFL MVP Matt Ryans Atlanta Falcons. Many of us expected it to go that way. I always bet on experience in the big game. But what if I told you that in order for the Patriots to win their 5th championship they […]

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Eye On Sports: Community Comes Together To Support Student With MS

Eye On Sports: Community Comes Together To Support Student With MS

| January 20, 2017

Kara Blanchard, a senior at Chesapeake High School in Pasadena, is a good student. She plays multiple sports including lacrosse and basketball and this past December, she was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. Kara had been experiencing numbness in her legs and blurred vision when she went to see doctors. Shortly after the diagnosis, she told […]

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New Year’s Eve College Football Playoffs Highlight Familiar Faces and Teams

New Year’s Eve College Football Playoffs Highlight Familiar Faces and Teams

| December 31, 2016

Welcome to the third year of the College Football Playoffs (CFP). This year sees familiar faces in Alabama and Clemson back from last year’s championship game with Washington making its first appearance and Ohio State back for the first time since winning it all two years ago. All four teams have been tested during their […]

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Wake Forest Uses Big First Half To Win Military Bowl, Secures First Winning Record Since 08’

Wake Forest Uses Big First Half To Win Military Bowl, Secures First Winning Record Since 08’

| December 29, 2016

The 9th installment of the Military Bowl took place Tuesday at Navy-Marine Corps Stadium in downtown Annapolis as the 23rd ranked Temple Owls lost to the Wake Forest Demon Deacons 34-26 Wake Forest and Temple played in the Military Bowl for the second time in each school’s history. Wake Forest beat Navy in 2008 when […]

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