BLOG: Join Us For Baltimore Baseball Tonight

I’m sure most of you are still feeling the excitement from Monday’s festivities at Camden Yards. I hope everyone in Baltimore had a happy and safe Opening Day. What a perfect day for baseball and a perfect way to start off the season with an undefeated 4-0 record. Thank you all for coming over to Pickles Pub to listen to the Post Game Show with Bob Haynie, Joe Orsulak and myself. What a scene that was!

As I prepare for tonight’s show — even though the Orioles are off — I found some interesting stats. The Orioles currently rank 11th in the Majors with a .237 batting average and the rest of the American League East… Toronto is 3rd (.313) New York is 6th (.275), Boston is 13th (.200) and Tampa is 14th (.132). However, they are first in pitching with a 1.00 ERA. The rest of the American League East… Toronto is 2nd (2.00), Tampa is 18th (4.00), New York is 23rd (5.00) and Boston is a shocking LAST (9.75).

Can the Orioles keep it up?

We know now Jeremy Guthrie will not make his start on Wednesday so Buck Showalter will hand the ball to Brad Bergesen who will face Detroit’s Justin Verlander in the second game of the three-game series. Make sure you tune into 105.7 The Fan from 6-7:15 p.m. with Joe Orsulak, Bob Haynie and myself or stop by Pickles Pub and visit the broadcast booth.

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  • bill

    Hi Jen was just wondering why the base coaches & Matt Weiters are wearing the old white & black helmets, I like it , is there a reason they are doing it ??

  • Run Down Rob

    I find the stats interesting but they can easliy be found on the internet. There was a woman that worked at 105.7 The Fan prior to your arrival. To be honest, I dont even remember her name. She had no Baltimore back ground and basically just “name dropped”. It was really sad and the primary reason I didn’t listen to 105.7 The Fan. I would like to know, with your NY affiliation, what do YOU feel YOU bring to the Baltimore sports scene? I’m listening now. Enlighten me. Thanks.

    • Biff 33

      You must be thinking of Anita Marks, who left the station after her contract was not renewed, mutually I gather.
      Nonetheless, I am not sure what her background, or specifically where she came from has to do with anything – – is it a requirement that all Baltimore sportstalkers be originally from Charm City?
      Sometimes an outsider or newcomers’ perspective can be refreshing, and the opinion might right some fresh takes and pointed conversations.

      • Run Down Rob

        Baltimore sports carry a certain mystique about them. Something Anita Marks didnt understand. It doesnt matter where someone is from if they have the personality and can relate with the local fan base. There is a big difference between a sports reporter and an on air personality. Im asking Jen what SHE thinks SHE can bring to the Baltimore sports “scene”.

  • steve


    On home games, can I assume you/the people on the show will normally go to the game after the show? It would figure that this would be routine, as well as watching all road games after leaving the studio. I’ll stop by soon. Thanks.

  • Domenic

    Hey Jen. I’m sure you’ll do as great a job here as you did previously. Best of luck, and enjoy Joe Orsulak; I liled watching him when I was a kid.

  • mstrchef13

    Hey Jen, nice to have found you here. I like listening to you on the radio. Keep bringing your national background (not “NY affiliation” like the fool above writes) to the broadcast. I don’t know why it is considered a crime to think of Orioles baseball in the context of where they stand compared to other teams. We do have to play and compete against other teams. Orioles baseball does not exist in a vacuum.

    Do what you can to keep that Haynie character in check. Your Ken experience should serve you well. Keep up the fabulous work, and I apologize on behalf of the knowledgable and reasonable fans in Baltimore for those yahoos who keep comparing you to Anita just because you both are women. It’s irrelevant. The only comparison is that you know baseball in depth, and the only thing she knew in depth was point spreads.

  • Professional Athletes David

    Hehe…nice question by @bill. yeah I wonder too Jen

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