Bad grass in Kentucky Blue Grass lawn
It's difficult to distinguish the weedy grasses in your photos. They look freshly mown. Two possibilities are:
nimblewill. This is a perennial grass, somewhat grayish or blueish compared with Kentucky bluegrass. Here's how to manage that: https://extension.umd.edu/hgic/topics/nimblewill
Note that the photo shows both nimblewill (blueish) and Japanese stiltgrass.
The second grass you likely have is Japanese stiltgrass, simply known as stiltgrass. Here's that info: https://extension.umd.edu/hgic/topics/japanese-stiltgrass
This is an annual grass, and its management is completely different. If your weed grass disappears in the winter, it's probably stiltgrass.
Incidentally, a Kentucky bluegrass lawn is high unusual. Kentucky 31 is a variety of tall fescue which is often sold and which is a better grass suited to Maryland weather.. Kentucky bluegrass tends to die out rather quickly from disease and pests.
Thank you, the yard is irrigated and contains a mix of Kentucky bluegrass and perennial ryegrass along with other blends of fescue.
Looking at the photo comparisons I think that you are absolutely correct in identifying nimblewill. Thank you for your help. Now I can take steps to control it.