Ron Sirak joined Ken and Steve to talk about Tiger Woods latest injury problems.
Whatever the Orioles are thinking, they are going to make one and they need an upgrade. Miguel Gonzales has also been up in the air to trade from the Orioles. Although Britton has been doing well, neither him or Ryan Webb may not be the answer for the Oriole, pitching wise. Orioles should probably look into a left handed pitcher. Some names thrown out there: Mike Dunn, from Miami Marlins, and Brad Ziegler, from the Arizona Diamondbacks. Whatever it is, a lefty would be great but the O’s are not going to give up Gausman or Bundy.
Ron Sirak joined Ed and Ken to talk about Rory McIlroy’s wire to wire win in The Open Championship.
Sergio Garcia has played several tournaments, about 56 and has not won a major. In 1999 Garcia received second place to Tiger in the PGA Championship. He has the game to win. Sabel says that “he is in a good place right now, emotionally, mentally, and physically with his swing.” He is hitting the ball very well.
Tiger Woods came in as the “Host” of the Quicken Loans National in Bethesda but left in disgrace. Even more egregious he never returned to Congressional Country Club.
An Orioles fan, Rex also talked about the birds, commenting on the 3-5 loss they took against the Yankees this past Friday. “That one was tough to swallow. All the injuries obviously, with Matt Wieters going through what he’s going through it’s tough right now, but at least we’re winning. I can at least camp on that right now.”
Ron Sirak joined Ed and Steve to talk about Martin Kaymer’s domination of the US Open which he led wire to wire.
Ron Sirak joined Ed and Steve to talk about the US Open.
Pro golfer John Maginnes of the PGA Tour Network joins Bob Haynie and Glenn Younes on Sports Rehab to talk about the first round of the U.S. Open. at Pinehurst and his prediction of a winner.
According to Rex Hoggard the golf course for this weekend’s tournament looks like “an entirely new golf course.” They have kept all the green and the humps, and widened the fairways.
Kostas says that “Nickelson is notorious for the use of tournaments for the prep work for other tournaments. The U.S. Open is one of the things that is missing for Phil on his resume.”
Nick Faldo joins Ed and Steve to discuss the upcoming Wells Fargo Championship tournament
Amazing photos from the week in sports.
Bubba Watson won a one-stroke playoff to win the 2012 Masters Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club on April 8, 2012 in Augusta, Georgia. (Photo by Andrew Redington/Getty Images)
Tiger Woods won the 2012 Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill Club and Lodge on March 25, 2012 in Orlando, Florida.
The first round of the 2011 Masters Golf Tournament started late last week.