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8 hours ago Tyler Ott’s “My Cause, My Cleats” is personal as he supports March of Dimes
Tyler Ott shares why he chose the March of Dimes foundation for “My Cause, My Cleats” On Sunday, Baltimore Ravens long snapper Tyler Ott will be one of eight Ravens on the field sporting custom cleats. For his “My Cause, My Cleats,” Ott selected March of Dimes, something he’s been connected to for just over 31 years when he was born a month premature and spent 10 days in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU). Though Ott was a month early, he was a fully developed preemie. Originally, doctors were going to administer Ott Surfaxin, which is used to treat or prevent respiratory distress syndrome (RDS) in a premature baby whose lungs have not fully developed. Ott ended up not needing the medication, but had he, March of Dimes research would’ve saved his life as it has countless others as pulmonary surfactant therapy was researched and developed by the foundation. Ott is part of the majority of premature infants, as 58.3% of all premature infants are born within 35 to 36 weeks. Of preemies born a month early, there’s a heightened chance of needing supplemental oxygen, rehospitalizations respiratory failure and, tragically, a higher mortality rate of 0.8%. Ott has gone on to live a healthy life; he played high school football in Oklahoma before attending Harvard and ventured forth into a nine-year NFL career. And in that time, Ott’s grown closer to March of Dimes by way of his mother, Laurie Applekamp, who went from industrial redevelopment in Tulsa to direct the Eastern Oklahoma Division of March of Dimes over 20 years ago. Applekamp has proudly been with March of Dimes since 2003. “I’m very proud [of my mom],” Ott said. “She helped me get to where I am today and raised me and taught me how to be a man and obviously to give back as well.” Since having two children, Ott’s felt the necessity to support March of Dimes even more, as he’s been a part of the lucky few to have healthy births with both of his children. “The goal of March of Dimes is to give everyone an on-time, healthy pregnancy, and healthy delivery of your babies. That’s what inspires me, motivates me the most and why I appreciate March of Dimes so much.” “It doesn’t matter how much it is, every little bit helps,” Ott said. “Any amount of involvement in the organization helps. Volunteering, attending walks, reach out to your local March of Dimes office, find out what they need most. There’s lots of ways to be involved and the needs are really based regionally. I don’t know if a lot of people know about the March of Dimes. It’s a fairly large organization, but unless you really go digging, there’s so many other organizations that get a little more coverage. But, having healthy pregnancies and healthy babies is pretty important in life. I think it’s a great cause to support.”
Baltimore Beatdown: For Baltimore Ravens Fans has new update
8 hours ago Ravens vs. Rams: How to watch, TV schedule, radio, odds and more 
Photo by Mark Goldman/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images How to watch Ravens vs. Rams Baltimore Ravens (8-3) vs. Los Angeles Rams (6-6) Date: Sunday, December 10, 2023Time: 1 p.m. ETLocation: M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore, MD Broadcast Local TV: FOX / WBFF Ch. 45 (Baltimore) TV Announcers: Joe Davis (play-by-play), Daryl Johnston (analyst), Pam Oliver (sideline) Radio Local Radio: WBAL 1090 AM / 98Rock (97.9FM) & Sirius XM Chs. 81 or 226 Live Radio Stream: (desktop or in-market mobile users) and the Ravens Mobile app (in-market users only) Local Radio Announcers: Gerry Sandusky (play-by-play), Rod Woodson (analyst) National Radio ESPN Radio National Radio Announcers: Steve Levy (play-by-play), Max Starks (analyst) Spanish radio: EI Zol (1050 AM and 93.5 FM), and the Ravens Mobile app (in-market users only) Spanish Announcers: David Andrade (play-by-play), Allen Gutierrez (analyst) Odds (Courtesy DraftKings Sportsbook) Spread: Ravens -7.5Over/Under: 39.5Moneyline: Ravens -380, Rams +300
The MSB (Maryland Sports Blog) has new update
1 day ago Preview: Ravens Look to Finish Strong After Bye
The Ravens return from their bye week, refreshed and rejuvenated, ready to take on this last month of the season. Although the Ravens did not play last week, it was a successful week in terms... The post Preview: Ravens Look to Finish Strong After Bye appeared first on
Baltimore on the Cheap has new update
1 day ago Enjoy free hot chocolate on weekends in December at Starbucks
On Saturdays and Sundays in December, Starbucks is serving a FREE short hot chocolate with the purchase of any grande beverage.    

Sunday Specials in Baltimore

Mother's Federal Hill Grille
Bar & Restaurant
1113 S. Charles Street, Baltimore MD, 21230
1/2 $ wings (1PM til 5PM)
$10 Bucket of Coors Lt. & Blue Moon pitchers (1PM til 5PM)
$2 Entr
Kooper's Tavern
Bar & Restaurant
1702 Thames Street, Baltimore MD, 21231
All restaurant / hotel workers
Get 1/2 off the check
From 9pm til close
$10 off Wines by the Bottle
Bar & Restaurant
8480 Baltimore National Pike, Ellicott City MD, 21043
Brunch Buffet & Brunch Menu available from 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Regular Menu starts at 1:00 PM
$4 Guinness, Harp, Smithwicks, and Kelseys Irish Red pints
$10.99 Corned Beef and Cabbage, Irish Stew, and Shepherds Pie

$2 Miller Lite Pints

Late Night Happy Hour from 10pm- Close

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