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  • Friday, December 30th, 2016
  • John Angelos Executive VP of the Baltimore Orioles Joins 105.7

    John Angelos, President and COO of MASN & Executive Vice President of the Baltimore Orioles, joined Ken Weinman and Jerry Coleman who were filling in for Vinny and Haynie Thursday morning just before the calendar flips over to 2017 to discuss the upcoming season.
  • Wednesday, December 14th, 2016
  • Chris Davis Joins Vinny & Haynie

    Chris Davis joins Vinny & Haynie to talks offseason, new charity partnerships & more.
  • Former Raven Bernard Pollard Comments On Harbaugh, Dean Pees & More

    Former Ravens safety Bernard Pollard Comments On Harbaugh, Dean Pees & More
  • Thursday, December 1st, 2016
  • Darrell Waltrip Joins Vinny & Coleman

    Waltrip joined Jerry and Vinny this morning to chat about the NASCAR fan base, the debate of whether or not NASCAR drivers are athletes, concussions in the sport, and the way drivers fight these days.
  • Wednesday, August 24th, 2016
  • No Softballs From Dan Connolly On Orioles Pitching

    Dan Connolly, creator of, joined the show to talk about the great start to The Battle Of The Beltways between the Orioles and Nationals, Dylan Bundy’s season and more.
  • Friday, August 19th, 2016
  • Dylan Bundy On His First Season As A Starter

    Dylan Bundy talks with Vinny and Haynie about his pitching as of late. 
  • Ben McDonald Talks To Vinny & Haynie About The Orioles

    Ben McDonald talks about Orioles pitching, Gausman and more. 
  • Wednesday, August 3rd, 2016
  • The Lantern's Light Shines On One Winning Drive

    Jerry Coleman joined us live from Owings Mills to fill us in on what's happening at Ravens training camp.
  • Monday, July 25th, 2016
  • Phil Backert Calls In To Discuss the Ups And Downs Of The Orioles

    Phil Backert, from, joined Rob to talk about the roller coaster ride that has been the last few weeks for the Orioles. Coming back from the All Star break the Birds suffered a four game losing streak, including three straight to the Yankees. They responded with a four game win streak to regain the lead in the AL East. Phil says it comes down to starting pitchers and gives credit to the stopper, Chris Tillman, as well as guys like Kevin Gausman and Dylan Bundy. Phil and Rob also talk about the strength of the AL East, with it holding three teams with at least 50 wins. The pitching conversation naturally turns into a "who should the Orioles trade for?" discussion. Phil says that there isn't much out there that would be much better than what the O's already have. He also tells Rob that Melvin Upton Jr., who has been linked to trade rumors involving the O's, would be a better option via trade than anyone else in his opinion. Listen in for all of that, an update on Hyun Soo Kim's rehab assignment in Bowie and more!
  • Friday, July 15th, 2016
  • Adam Jones Talks State Of The Team & Staying Positive

    Adam Jones joined Jerry Coleman on 105.7 the Fan to talk about the second half of the season and more. 
  • Thursday, July 7th, 2016
  • Ross Grimsley On Orioles Pitching

    Ross Grimsley talks Orioles pitching and trade deadlines. 
  • Wednesday, June 22nd, 2016
  • Chris Davis Discusses The Orioles' Season Through 70 Games

    Orioles slugger Chris Davis joined the show to talk about the season so far as the All Star break approaches. 
  • Wednesday, May 18th, 2016
  • Orioles Insider Rich Dubroff On The Big Beatdown


    Rich Dubroff joined Vinny and Rob to talk Orioles baseball. Ubaldo Jimenez took the mound yesterday and failed to make it out of the 5th inning for the third time in his last four starts, jumpstarting talk that he could be Designated For Assignment. However, Dubroff doesn’t think you can DFA a guy like Jimenez.
    “Last year he pitched pretty well, this year he’s really inconsistent. I think that Jimenez, he still has a year and two thirds left on his salary, he’ll get another shot. Maybe one, maybe 2, but they won’t let him go” Rich also discussed the outfield situation of the Orioles, which is quite crowded at the moment, and that isn’t a bad thing. Guys like Joey Rickard, Nolan Reimold, and Hyun Soo-Kim are all performing well in different categories. He said that if one guy wants to pull away, they are going to have to go by Buck Showalter’s saying.
    “Buck always likes to say if you want to play more, play better. Rickard made that great play last night, and Rickard is a really really good outfielder, but he has to do a better job of getting on base.”
    Listen to the rest of the podcast here to see what else Dubroff has to say about the Orioles and what he thinks about Brian Matusz and others.
  • Monday, May 16th, 2016
  • Former Ravens Great And Current Buffalo Bills Assistant Ed Reed Joins Us

    Ed Reed joined the guys to talk about his career and what his future might hold for him. Reed was a stalwart in the back end of the Ravens defense for years, but this past offseason he was hired to be the assistant defensive backs coach by the Bills this year. When Reed was asked about how it felt to switch organizations after being with the Ravens for so many years, he said it was definitely a weird feeling. “It’s weird, because I wasn’t a player who wanted to switch organizations. I always saw myself with one organization, but as the years went on, I found out how this business works. Not finishing my career there kind of stings a little bit, but there’s a nature of where we’re at, it’s another chapter.”
    Reed was asked about the possibility of being an assistant coach or head coach in his future, but Reed had other plans in mind, opening up some speculation about where he could end up in the future. “I don’t know. After this year’s election I might turn my focus to being a president or something.”
    Baltimore still loves Ed Reed, as he was one of the best defensive players in Ravens history. He helped out in the community, gave 100% effort on every down, and was a key part of bringing the Ravens 2nd super bowl to Baltimore. Listen to the rest of the podcast here to hear about what Reed is doing to help out in the community and what he’s doing to spread the word about healthy nutrition, as well as more football related talk.
  • Tuesday, May 10th, 2016
  • Ravens Insider Joins Us To Discuss Rookie Minicamp

    Ryan Mink joined Vinny and Rob to talk about the Ravens. When asked about his thoughts of rookie camp so far, Mink said that he has been very impressed with all of the rookies, but one guy has stood out to him. “Chris Moore looks really good. He’s quick, and it’s evident that he can run more routes than just the go routes.  Those will need more polishing obviously; he’s a rookie wide receiver.  I was impressed with his first impression, he looks smooth, he’s got good hands, and he made a play where he kind of slipped to the ground and then made a tough catch from his back.” When asked about who he thought has looked the best between the three rookie pass rushers the Ravens drafted in Kamalei Correa, Bronson Kaufusi, and Matt Judon, Mink said that they all have different strengths that will let the Ravens use them in different situations. Kaufusi did not practice on Saturday due to a back injury, but between Correa and Judon, Mink liked what he saw. “Correa is more of a power rusher, he’s pretty quick off of the line, Judon is going to have a little more explosion from what I saw around the edge. Both can win multiple ways, but if I had to say who has that first step, I really liked what I saw from Judon.” Keenan Reynolds has been making the transition from a college quarterback at Navy to an NFL wide receiver, a transition that will take a lot of hard work and dedication. Mink says he sees progress, but he still has a lot of work to do. “He still has a ways to go with the transition to wide receiver, and that shouldn’t be a surprise, I mean he caught one pass in college. It’s a whole new ball game for him out there, I mean you can see that he’s a football player, he can catch the ball, but he had a few drops and he had a nice catch. It’s going take a bit of time for running routes to become natural for him.” Listen in to hear the rest of what Mink had to say about the Ravens rookies and his impressions of everyone so far.  
  • Wednesday, May 4th, 2016
  • Former Oriole Pitcher Dave Johnson Joins The Show

    Dave Johnson from MASN joined the Vinny and Rob show to talk Orioles with the guys. The O’s are coming off of an impressive 4-1 win against the last place Yankees. Chris Tillman (3-1) went 7 innings, surrendering 1 run on 5 hits while tying his career high in strikeouts with 9, while also walking 4. When asked about why Tillman has been so effective to begin the year, Johnson said “He’s that guy and I think more than anything his velocity has gone up.”
    Manny Machado played shortstop last night while Ryan Flaherty manned third base, seemingly answering everyone’s questions when it came to how the right side of the infield would look with the loss of J.J. Hardy. There had been some talk about moving Chris Davis to third while having Machado play shortstop, but Johnson said that he is better suited at first. “Chris is very underrated at 3rd, he’s very athletic, and he’s very good at first base, maybe one of the best I’ve seen. The one hoppers and the in-between hops, he just always seems to make that play, and that play is one of the toughest. The ones in-between are the ones you don’t know what they are going to do, but he handles them flawlessly”
    When asked about the possibility of moving Jonathan Schoop to short, Johnson said there is no possibility of that happening. Johnson says what will probably happen is they will call Paul Janish up as depth, while Ryan Flaherty plays third and Manny Machado will fill in for JJ Hardy at shortstop until he returns from the hairline fracture in his foot.
    Listen to the rest of the podcast to hear what Dave has to say about how he thinks the rest of the Orioles – Yankees series will shape up, and also Buck Showalter’s gamesmanship and what tactics he might be using to get his club the edge.
  • Thursday, April 14th, 2016
  • Spring Football Preview With Terps Head Coach DJ Durkin

    Maryland head football coach DJ Durkin joined the show to preview his team’s spring game this Saturday and the Terps upcoming season. Coach Durkin has been impressed with the way his players have responded to the changes in culture that are being put in place. He tells us about some of the players that have stood out early on in the spring and how they’ve improved. When asked about the biggest challenge in his tenure so far, Coach tells us that its been getting the entire team and staff on the same page both on and off the field. The Terps have dealt with inconsistency at the quarterback position in recent years, and DJ says that the competition for that spot will extend well into the summer. Listen in for Coach Durkin’s assessment of his coaching staff, what he thinks are his most skilled positions and much more!
  • Tuesday, April 12th, 2016
  • All She Does Is Win! Well… Most Of The Time Anyway

    Maryland women’s basketball head coach Brenda Frese joined the show to recap her team’s 31 win season. She tells Vinny & Rob that while the Terps exit from the NCA A tournament was tough, she has gotten over it and that her team was beaten by the better team when they lost to Washington who went on to make it to the Final Four. When asked what she and her staff need to do to get to UConn’s level, her response was to find the young women brave enough to sign with other programs and elevate them. Coach also tells us about her incoming class of recruits, which includes three McDonald’s All-Americans. She goes on to break down her busy month full of recruiting and preparations for next season. Terps fans check it out!
  • Friday, March 18th, 2016
  • O’s Manager Buck Showalter Joins Us In Sarasota

    Buck Showalter sat down with Rob in Sarasota and talked about the team’s struggles early this spring, coaching up his players and much more. Buck explains how he and his staff map out strategies for training camps and how to get the most out of each player. He also says that the team is more important than any individual player. He preaches that the job for each player is to make life easier for the other players on the team. He also tells us that he’s not spending too much time worrying about the rest of the AL East. Listen in for info on the pitching rotation, batting lineup and much more!
  • Wednesday, March 9th, 2016
  • Orioles Centerfielder Adam Jones Join The Show From Sarasota

    The face of the Orioles franchise, Adam Jones, took a break from Spring Training to talk about the Birds’ struggles early this preseason. The O’s are 0-8-1 so far and have been outscored 68-30 through their first 9 games. Adam comments on Hyun Soo Kim’s adjustments to both America and American baseball and also tells us how he has taken Kim under his wing. He also has a strong message for fans that may still have some issues with the Orioles off season moves. Adam gives credit where credit is due to owner Peter Angelos for making those deals happen. When asked about the status of the outfield, he says that “it is what it is” about having a revolving door of sorts surrounding him in the outfield. He also tells us to not worry about the 0-fer start to Spring Traning, he’d rather see everyone get the bugs out of their systems before heading north. Listen in to find out whether or not Adam thinks the team is done spending before the season starts, his plans for Rob when he gets to Sarasota next week and more!  
  • Monday, March 7th, 2016
  • Brenda Frese Talks About A Second Straight Big 10 Championship

    Brenda Frese talks about the Big Ten win. 
  • Tuesday, March 1st, 2016
  • Orioles Pitcher Brian Matusz Joins The Show From Sarasota

    Brian Matusz joined the show to discuss his preparations for the upcoming season, the new arrivals and more.
  • Monday, February 29th, 2016
  • All She Does Is Win!

    Head coach of the Lady Terrapins, Brenda Frese joined us fresh off a 110-77 win over the Minnesota Golden Gophers on Senior Night which clinched, at the very least, a share of the Big Ten regular season championship. Coach talked about how proud she is of her team fighting back in the standings and keeping their spirits high even when their play on the court wasn’t to the level they’d like to see. Brenda raved about the talent that Minnesota guard Rachel Banham possesses, she also downplayed the great job her team did on defense keeping Banham under her season average. As stated, this was Senior Night for the Terps and Coach talked about some of her departing players, including Tierney Pfirman. We also look forward to the Big Ten and National tournaments and the challenges that lie ahead for Coach Frese and her squad. Check it out!
  • Wednesday, February 3rd, 2016
  • She’s Still Winning… Coach Brenda Frese Joins The Show

    Head coach of the Maryland Women’s Basketball team, Brenda Frese, joined the show fresh off a big win against conference foe Purdue. She was impressed with her team’s effort against an unranked team that showed up to play. Shatori Walker-Kimbrough shot 17-21 from the field scoring 41 points for the Terps and Coach Frese says somehow it was a quiet 41 points. She also gave a lot of credit to the team’s execution for getting Shatori all those points. In true coach fashion, Brenda also tells us that she wants this type of play to stay more consistent and says there are areas for improvement, even after a 20 point win. The guys and Coach Frese also preview the team’s matchup with Michigan State coming up. Listen in to find out how Coach feels about the health of her squad and how they are preparing to make it to a third straight Final Four!  
  • Friday, January 29th, 2016
  • Maryland Men’s Basketball Coach Mark Turgeon Discusses Big Win Over Iowa

    Maryland won big over Iowa last night. 
  • Tuesday, January 26th, 2016
  • Chris Davis Talks Coming Back To Baltimore

    Chris Davis is happy to be back with the Orioles and chats with Vinny & Rob about the signing process. 
  • Friday, January 8th, 2016
  • State Of The Ravens Review With Clifton Brown

    Ravens insider for Comcast Sports Net, Clifton Brown, joined us to discuss yesterday’s State Of The Ravens press conference held by Ravens brass. The guys have strong opinions on it and Clifton agrees for the most part that it was more than a little disappointing. When asked about the attitude of owner Steve Bisciotti, general manager Ozzie Newsome and head coach John Harbaugh during the presser Clifton tells us it wasn’t surprising given the fact that the Ravens were eliminated from playoff contention so early in the season. He also found it interesting that the coaching staff in its entirety will be back next season. Looking forward to next season, we discuss what the organization’s biggest needs on the field are. Clifton wants to see playmakers, regardless of which side of the field they are on, added to the roster.  
  • Thursday, January 7th, 2016
  • Rutgers Shell Shocked By Maryland

    Terps play by play announcer, Johnny Holliday, called in to talk about Maryland’s dismantling of Rutgers last night. Melo Trimble was held out of the second half with soreness in his hamstring, but Johnny tells us too much is being made of that situation. When Rob mentions Diamond Stone, Johnny raves about his talent. He also says, however, that there’s a long way to go for Stone to develop, but that head coach Mark Turgeon is the perfect coach to help with that development. Jake Layman’s up and down season is discussed and Johnny has some interesting insight into that roller coaster and also tells us that Layman will be playing in the NBA next year. The guys also preview a very tough section of the Terps schedule coming up in the next couple weeks. Maryland has to travel to Madison to take on Wisconsin Saturday the 9th and Ann Arbor for a date with the Wolverines Tuesday the 12th. Terps fans listen in to find out how far Johnny thinks this tea m can go this year! SPOILER ALERT: its FAR. Check it out!
  • Tuesday, January 5th, 2016
  • Previewing The Ravens Offseason With Capologist Brian McFarland

    Salary cap expert, Brian McFarland, joined us to take a look at the challenges facing Ozzie Newsome and the rest of the Ravens management team this offseason. At the top of the list of concerns is tight end Dennis Pitta. Another concern is the possible restructuring of Joe Flacco’s contract. Brian says making that happen before March 8th should be one of the organization’s top priorities. Another priority is Eugene Monroe and Ladarius Webb. Brian doesn’t see Webb with the team next year, which would create six million dollars in dead money next season. When asked about Terrell Suggs, Brian tells us that there aren’t very many scenarios in which he sees Suggs let go. He also says that Darryl Smith will be an interesting contract to pay attention to as the offseason progresses. Its never too early to get ready for next season, start right here!  
  • Talking Terps With Chris Knoche

    Chirs Knoche, who is part of the radio broadcast crew for Maryland basketball, joined the show to discuss the early success of the program. A big part of that success has been Melo Trimble and Diamond Stone. Chris was extremely impressed with Diamond Stone, especially after his 39 point explosion against Marshall. Melo Trimble has also been impressive to Chris and he tells us that head coach Mark Turgeon has also had high praise for the point guard. Looking forward at the schedule, Chris helps the guys break down the Terps next opponent, Rutgers, and more including a discussion about Jake Layman. Don’t forget you can hear Chris and his team every time Maryland plays right here on The Fan, first tip from the Xfinity Center for the Scarlet Knights and Terps is at 7:00 pm tomorrow!
  • Monday, January 4th, 2016
  • The Roch Says

    With the Ravens season at an end, its time to shift our attention to the other birds of Baltimore and who better than MASN insider, Roch Kubatko. Roch says the loss of Ned Rice, who left the organization to join Andy McPhail to be the assistant general manager of the Phillies. Roch adds that Rice was held in high regard in the Orioles clubhouse behind the scenes and many said Rice knew more about the rules of the game than anyone they’ve known. The guys then discuss some of the big name players whose futures with the club are still up in the air. Chris Davis, Wei-Yin Chen and many others have yet to re-sign and Roch tells us there’s not much progress with either. With pitchers and catchers reporting to Sarasota on February 18th, expect a lot more news from Roch in the near future!
  • Friday, December 18th, 2015
  • Orioles OF L.J. Hoes Joins The Show

    New Orioles outfielder L.J. Hoes joined us to talk about his return to the organization that started his baseball dreams as a youngster. L.J. reflects on the trade that sent him to the Houston Astros and his reactions to it and his reactions to the trade that brought him back to Baltimore. He also gets into his relationship with Adam Jones and Robert Andino and how they have taken younger players like himself, Manny Machado and Johnathan Schoop under their wings and were vital to their development. Rob asks L.J. about the importance of Chris Davis’ impact on the team and he says its not just about his bat, but also his defense and his stability in the locker room. Listen in to hear about how L.J. is planning on helping out the Baltimore community already and much more!  
  • Wednesday, December 16th, 2015
  • Talking Ravens With Brent Harris

    Ravens reporter Brent Harris joined the show to talk about the state of the organization as this struggle of a season is coming to an end. Vinny has maintained throughout the season that the team overvalued the talent level on the team, but Brent says that its hard to determine that value with the litany of injuries they’ve had to endure. He also goes on to say that coach John Harbaugh is looking at the final three games of the season as a “tryout” for some of the younger players on the team heading into next season. Brent cites Lardarius Webb’s move from cornerback to safety as one of those tryouts. Another player making a positional move could also be offensive lineman Kelechi Osemele. When asked about his biggest disappointment of the season, Brent tells us that the team’s bad luck has been a standout for him. Listen in to find out if Brent thinks any members of the coaching staff and front office could be looking for work elsewhere next season and more!  
  • Tuesday, December 15th, 2015
  • Terrapins Basketball Coach Joins The Show

    Maryland head basketball coach, Mark Turgeon, joined us to discuss his team’s success through the first 10 games of the season and to look ahead a bit at their upcoming games like the matchup with Princeton here at The Royal Farms Arena. Mark has been quite impressed with the play of Melo Trimble, as we all have, and transfer Rasheed Sulaimon. Coach tells us that playing games against the likes of Georgetown and North Carolina is doing nothing but helping the notoriety of the program. When asked about Diamond Stone, Coach Turgeon, says that he is making great strides in his growth as a player and is quite an asset for the lineup coming off the bench. He goes on to say that given a little more time to improve, Diamond Stone could be among the top players in the nation. Jake Layman has been quiet at the start of his senior season, but Mark says to keep an eye on him because while his scoring might be down, his contribution is not. Listen in for how Coach Turgeon feels about the rest of this season and the program moving forward right here!  
  • Monday, December 14th, 2015
  • O’s Pitcher TJ McFarland Joins The Show

    The Orioles’ reliever called in to talk about how excited he is for the 2016 season.
  • Orioles Insider Steve Melewski Joins The Show

    Steve Melewski talks to Vinny and Rob about Chris Davis and the status of his contract. 
  • Friday, December 11th, 2015
  • O’s Pitcher TJ McFarland Joins Vinny & Rob

    The Orioles’ reliever called in to the Vinny and Rob Show to talk about how the excitement he's feeling as we inch closer to the 2016 season and Orioles FanFest this Saturday, December 12.
  • Thursday, December 10th, 2015
  • O’s Pitcher Mychal Givens Joins The Show

    Mychal talked to the guys about his transition from playing shortstop to being on the mound as a reliever and the difficulties he’s faced in his young career.
  • Talking Black And Orange With Greg Bader

    The Orioles’ Vice President of Communications & Marketing joined us to talk about the O’s FanFest and more. 
  • Wednesday, December 9th, 2015
  • All She (STILL) Does Is Win

    Head Coach of the Maryland Terrapins women’s basketball team called in fresh off a 50 (yes you read that right, FIFTY) point victory over the Greyhounds of Loyola to improve to 9-0 on the season. Shatori Walker-Kimbrough led all scorers with 21 points in just 19 minutes and coach had a glowing review of her guard. When asked about her disappointment with her team in their last big win against Central Connecticut State, she explained that she just didn’t like the way they finished the game and how she worked on that leading into the matchup with Loyola. Listen in for how Brenda has her players balance finals and practice and to hear some coaching advice she has for Rob (you don’t want to miss that)!  
  • Terps Roll Through The Huskies

    Chris Knoche, from the Terrapins Radio Network, joined us to discuss the Maryland men’s 8th victory of the season, this one over the Huskies of UConn. Chris was very impressed with freshman Diamond Stone, who has taken criticism early on in the season, who checked into the game to a cascade of boos from the crowd at MSG. The guys agree that with some hard work in the weight and film rooms, Diamond could turn into a force to be reckoned with. Maryland’s defense, particularly on the perimeter, also impressed Chris. The Terps held Connecticut to just 22 first half points. Melo Trimble was a high point for Maryland, scoring 25 points to lead all scorers. Up next for the Terps, UMD-Eastern Shore on Saturday, 12/5 at 4:15 pm, which you can hear right here on The Fan!  
  • Tuesday, December 8th, 2015
  • Kevin Byrne Talks NFL Officiating, Coach Brooks' Diagnosis And Flacco's Surgery

    Vinny and Rob spoke to the Senior VP, Public and Community Relations of the Baltimore Ravens Kevin Byrne about the trying 2015 season the team has endured.
  • Thursday, December 3rd, 2015
  • Vinny And Rob Speak To New Maryland Coach Durkin

    Vinny and Rob chatted with the new Maryland coach D.J. Durkin earlier today and when asked about how the opportunity came to be, Durkin said how "it just felt more and more right" as both sides went through the selection process.
  • Wednesday, November 18th, 2015
  • Breaking Down Rousey’s Beat Down

    To say John Rallo is an MMA expert would be an understatement and he joined the show to discuss some misconceptions he has been hearing about Holly Holm’s knockout victory over the UFC’s golden child, Ronda Rousey. While many are saying that it was strictly about Holm’s boxing skill that gave her the advantage, John says it was much more. He breaks down, technically, where Holly’s training and preparation gave her the edge and where Ronda’s training did the opposite. He also says that Rousey’s corner did her no favors during the fight and that moving forward, Ronda should think about changing camps. Listen in for a comparison between the relationship that Ronda Rousey has with UFC president Dana White and that of John and one of his fighters, Binky Jones.
  • Hoyas Learn To Fear The Turtle

    Part of the Terrapins play by play team, Chris Knocke, joined the guys fresh off calling a heck of a game in College Park last night seeing the third ranked Terps outlast the Georgetown Hoyas. Melo Trimble led all scorers with 24 and Rasheed Sulaimon came up big with a three pointer at the end to seal the win for Maryland. Chris gives us his take on the big surprises and disappointments of the contest and some things to watch for moving forward. Chris didn’t like what he saw from the Terrapins’ big men defensively and saw some room for improvement from Jake Layman. When it comes do Diamond Stone, both Rob and Chris agree that there is a learning curve for him and he deserves some time to get acquainted with the team and system. Chris also tells us that while it wasn’t the prettiest of wins, there was not a single head hung in that Terps locker room after the game. Check it out!
  • Tuesday, November 17th, 2015
  • Orioles All-Star Catcher Matt Wieters Joins The Show

    Matt Wieters joined Rob to discuss signing his qualifying offer and his outlook on next season. Matt tells us that his confidence was high that he would find a place to play ball next year, but he’s really glad it wound up being Baltimore. He goes on to talk about the make up of the organization, praising manager Buck Showalter’s development of a “we not me” culture in the clubhouse. Matt also tells us how Buck helps him to prepare for games differently. When it comes to playing the catcher position, Matt says he likes where he’s at and prefers the catcher position over playing first base. Listen in to find out what Matt thinks about his teammates, his team’s chances next year and much more!
  • Tuesday, November 10th, 2015
  • Breaking Down The College Football Landscape With Ralph Russo

    Ralph Russo, from the AP, joined the show to talk about the college football landscape as the season is coming to a close. While the college football playoff is a big story, the bigger story this week was the situation at the University of Missouri. Ralph was in Columbia covering the story and had some interesting info and perspective for us. Turning their attention back to the field, JT Barrett was reinstated after being suspended for driving drunk and Ralph sees that being a big boost for the Buckeye offense. That boost could be much needed with a possible showdown with Jim Harbaugh and the Michigan Wolverines for the Big 10 title. Much to Rob’s chagrin, Clemson is the best team in the nation in his eyes and Ralph agrees. Although Clemson’s defense is a little thin in his opinion, they are still the cream of the crop. Listen in to find out how Ralph thinks the SEC shakes out for the rest of the season and his prediction for Mike Locksley’s future in College Park.
  • Mel Antonen on Orioles Free Agency And Hall Of Fame Voting

    MASN broadcaster Mel Antonen joined Rob to discuss the Orioles offseason. With news breaking today about pitching prospect Dylan Bundy getting shut down again with soreness in his elbow, Rob and Mel talk about whether or not its time for the O’s to give up on Bundy. Mel says patience is a virtue with Bundy. When it comes to what the Birds need, Mel says at least one starting pitcher is needed along with a first baseman and a corner outfielder. With Chris Davis being the biggest factor in how the organization may or may not move in free agency, Mel poses the question: does Davis sign and hope for that pitching to get added or wait for that pitching to get added and then sign? On those pitchers, Doug Fister is a name that excites both Mel and Rob. Another name that excites the guys is Denard Span. Listen in to find out what Mel thinks about Ken Griffey Jr’s chances of getting 100% of Hall of Fame votes!
  • Tuesday, November 3rd, 2015
  • Lady Terps Leader Brenda Frese On The Start Of The 2015 Campaign

    Head coach of Maryland’s Women’s Basketball team, Brenda Frese, took some time out of her busy media schedule today to join Rob to give us a preview of the start of the season on November 18th. Coach tells us that her players are more than ready to stop beating up on each other and take the hurting to another team. She is excited with her combo of senior point guards who she says are very different and they will both be able to help the team tremendously this year. When the schedule is brought up, particularly at home, Brenda is relishing the opportunity of playing a tough schedule early. She believes that the schedule will allow her and her players to find out their strengths and weaknesses as well as begin the preparation for March early. Check it out!
  • Wednesday, October 28th, 2015
  • Money Money Money...

    Brian McFarland, Ravens capologist, joined us to talk about the salary cap challenges facing the organization this year and next. Joe Flacco’s contract restructure is a topic of discussion and Brian doesn’t see how much the team can help themselves. The differences between the Ravens and Orioles salary situations are also discussed. When it comes to some of the other puzzle pieces, Brian thinks that there are some fixes that could be coming when it comes to players like Ladarius Webb and Eugene Monroe. Dennis Pitta’s salary hit is a big question mark at this point according to Brian and its tough to find the “right way” to handle it. When it comes to players with salaries that could be worth getting rid of, names like Matt Elam, Marlon Brown and Kendrick Lewis come up. Listen in to find out how big of a splash Brian thinks the Ravens can make in free agency next year!
  • Monday, October 26th, 2015
  • Kevin Bryne Previews MNF With Vinny & Rob

    Raven’s Senior Vice President of Public and Community Relations, Kevin Byrne, joined us from Arizona to discuss the state of the team as they have been enduring what he calls an “embarrassing” season so far. Kevin says that the Ravens are a 1-5 team and will be until they can prove otherwise. As the guys try to break down what has gone wrong so far, Kevin brings up the anomalies including the Gary Barnidge touchdown catch with his thighs and the sinkhole Justin Tucker found in San Francisco. While these outliers have happened, they also have happened to other teams and Kevin says the Ravens have to learn to fight through those adverse situations. With rookie Breshad Perriman unable to get to the field, Kevin applauds the other role players on the offense stepping up and hanging in there. Listen in to find out what Kevin has to say about the team’s personnel department and the criticisms they’ve faced and how owner Steve Bisciotti is reacting to this tough start!
  • The Voice Of The Ravens Speaks

    Bruce Cunningham joined the show to give us his perspective on tonight’s primetime showdown between the Ravens and Cardinals. Given his experience in this town, especially as the voice of the Ravens, he has an interesting take on the state of the team. Bruce tells us that there is quite a lot of blame to be placed at the feet of the personnel department and it starts with general manager, Ozzie Newsome. He also goes on to say that while fans are worried about the skill level of the team, going so far as to call it “a perfect storm” of injuries and dead cap space, we’ll still watch. When it comes to leadership on the field, Bruce recognizes the absence of Terrell Suggs on the defensive side of the ball. He also says that regardless of what’s going on in the AFC North, this is the Bengals year. Check it out!
  • Friday, October 23rd, 2015
  • Maryland Terrapins Head Basketball Coach Mark Turgeon

    Coach Turgeon talks about the pressure he and his players are under with such a high preseason ranking. As the season gets ready to begin, those high expectations are something Coach says he is not surprised, he saw the program being here. Mark emphasizes that staying humble will be one of the biggest things he can instill on his players with those expectations. He also had high praise for players like Melo Trimble, the preseason Big 10 Player Of The Year, and Jake Layman and expects big things from them this year. Layman, according to Coach Turgeon, has put in a ton of work in the offseason to improve his game and is very “comfortable” with where he is. When asked about what type player he looks for basketball smarts, skill and toughness are at the top of Coach’s list of requirements. One of those players that meet those requirements (and then some) is Diamond Stone. Turgeon had nothing but good things to say about his 6’11” center. Listen in to hear what Coach has to say about playing a game in Baltimore for the first time since 1999 and much more!
  • Wednesday, October 21st, 2015
  • Vinny & Rob Welcome Maryland Interim Head Coach Mike Locksley

    Maryland Terrapins interim head coach, Mike Locksley, joined the show to discuss his outlook on his campaign at the helm of the football program. Having been through a situation like he’s currently in before, as bittersweet as it may be, he believes he can handle the pressure well. The guys also discuss the task of recruiting the DMV area and the challenge of keeping those top talents in-state. Coach Locksley has some interesting points on recruiting, especially given his experience in doing just that. Listen in to find out how Mike and his players are approaching a huge Big 10 matchup at M&T Bank Stadium with the Penn State Nittany Lions!
  • Tuesday, October 20th, 2015
  • Talking Terps (And More) With College Football Lifer Mack Brown

    Former college football coach and current analyst, Mack Brown, joined us with his take on the college football landscape as we near the midway point of the season. The guys spend some time talking about the top 25, but spend most of their time talking about the big story of the last couple weeks here the Terps and their coaching situation. Mack provides poignant perspective given his track record at North Carolina about what the Terrapins need to do in order to turn things around in College Park. He noted that the DMV area is “one of the most fertile” when it comes to recruiting football talent. He also added that Maryland has a lot of the pieces already in place, they just need to bring them together. Listen in to find out more on what Mack sees in the future for the Terps!
  • Friday, October 16th, 2015
  • Another Candid Conversation With Orioles GM Dan Duquette

    Orioles General Manager, Dan Duquette, joined the show to give us an idea of what this offseason may hold for the organization and their loyal season ticket holders. Dan agrees with the guys’ assessment of this offseason being the biggest for the O’s in recent memory, however that the free agent market is and has been overplayed. He also says that often times, spending the most doesn’t equal a pennant but that the Birds will have a significant budget to work with this year. When asked about his priorities for the offseason, Dan says pitching and power hitting are paramount with the bullpen following right behind. The guys also spend some time discussing the depth of the O’s farm system, which has impressed Duquette. Listen in to hear what hope Dan has for the Orioles fanbase heading into next season and his response to Jake Arrieta’s success with the Cubs!
  • Wednesday, October 14th, 2015
  • Talking Lady Terps

    With the college basketball season nearly upon us, Maryland Terrapins women’s basketball head coach Brenda Frese joined the show to give us a preview of the 2015-2016 campaign. Coach Frese talks about the benefit of her players participating in off season activities with other programs, both internationally and domestically. She also spends some time discussing who she sees as her team’s biggest challenges this year, including UConn and Notre Dame. Listen in to find out how Coach Frese thinks her conference opponents will challenge the team this year, her level of excitement towards the incoming recruiting class and much more. Brenda is always a great interview and we wish her and the Lady Terps luck in the upcoming season!
  • Tuesday, September 29th, 2015
  • Orioles Manager Buck Showalter On A Frustrating Season

    Baltimore Orioles manager, Buck Showalter, joined the show to discuss a disappointing season for his Birds. Buck tells the guys while the season did not end the way he and the players wanted to or thought it would and that there wasn’t really one thing to be pinpointed as the sole reason why. Buck says the Orioles have more than enough payroll to be competitive, but that the O’s still need to play their style of game to be successful. As always, Buck pulls no punches and says that he doesn’t want to hear any excuses for the result of the season. He also goes on to say that while he has enjoyed playing meaningful baseball in the month of September, its not enough for him and wants to extend that meaningful baseball into October. Buck praised his coaching staff for creating and perpetuating the kind of culture and Dan Duquette and the rest of management team for providing the best players to fit into that culture. Listen in to how Buck grades his performance as manager and much more!
  • Wednesday, September 23rd, 2015
  • Orioles Centerfielder Adam Jones Joins The Show

    The man they call “Jonesy” called in to have a candid conversation with Rob about, well everything. Rob and Adam talk about the state of the team currently and looking into the future. When talking about the “right now”, Adam says that “losing is a part of sports”, and that “sometimes you’re the bug and sometimes you’re the windshield”. When asked about the future, particularly about the news circulating that he would like to be part of offseason talks with Orioles ownership, Adam feels that he’s earned the right to be involved in those talks as the face of the franchise. He also tells Rob that he looks at it as going into to the boss’ office to have a conversation, nothing more. Listen in to find out which players Adam keeps an eye on when he’s not working on his game and his thoughts on Nooners! A big thank you to Adam for taking some time out of his busy schedule for us!
  • Tuesday, September 8th, 2015
  • Breaking Down An Eventful College Football Weekend With Ralph Russo

    Ralph took some time out of his busy day writing for the AP to discuss some of the things that surprised him over the first full weekend of college football. Cardale Jones starting under center for the Buckeyes was a big one, but Ralph also tells us that the move makes sense when you take a closer look at Ohio State’s schedule. Temple’s upset of Penn State also surprised Ralph. Texas was dominated by Vinny’s Golden Domes in impressive fashion and the guys talk about how hot head coach Charlie Strong’s seat may be getting. Ralph believes that Charlie won’t let the Longhorns “bottom out”. We couldn’t let Ralph go without asking about the Khaki’d Crusader, Jim Harbaugh. He tells us that under Harbaugh, Michigan does not look as “hopeless and helpless” as they did under former head coach, Brady Hoke. Listen in to find out about the national buzz starting to form around Maryland kick/punt returner, Will Likey, and which games he’ll be watching closest this week!

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