Wally Williams joined Ed and Steve to talk about Ravens training camp.
Former Oriole and current MLB Network analyst Billy Ripken joined Glenn and Bob on Sports Rehab to talk about who the Orioles should add at the trade deadline and other things going on with the O’s.
Casey Stern of the MLB radio network joined Glenn Younes and Bob Haynie to talk about the big trade rumors as the trade deadline approaches as well as his thoughts on the first place Baltimore Orioles.
I have a love/hate relationship with the Baltimore Orioles West Coast trips.
Dallas Cogle, a sportswriter from the Southern Maryland Newspapers joined Travis Thomas on Sports Rehab to preview the second half of the season for the Baltimore Orioles.
Towson Tigers Head Coach Rob Ambrose joined Travis Thomas on Sports Rehab to discuss his squads magical run to the FCS Championship Game last season and preview the upcoming 2014 season.
With training camp only 2 weeks away, WJZ-TV’s Mark Viviano joined Travis Thomas on Sports Rehab to talk about the Baltimore Ravens as the team prepares to head to training camp.
The Ravens have been in the news a lot this offseason, mostly for all the wrong reasons, due to the number of player arrests this year. Former Raven Femi Ayanbadejo joined Travis Thomas on Sports Rehab to discuss the Jimmy Smith arrest and the offseason troubles for the Baltimore Ravens.
Mike Harmon of Fox Sports Radio joined Glenn and Bob on Sports Rehab to talk about the big news of LeBron James heading to back home to play for the Cleveland Cavaliers and how it he came to this decision.
Chris Fedor of 92.3 FM The Fan in Cleveland joined Sports Rehab to talk about how Cleveland is responding to the news of LeBron James coming home to play with the Cavs.
Brittany Ghiroli joined Ed and Ken to talk about the extra innings win for the Orioles in DC.
Orioles’ Relief Pitcher Brad Brach Joins Scott And Jeremy To Discuss His Performance Against The Red Sox On Sunday
Brach, 4-0 this season with a 2.37 ERA, earned the win on Sunday after striking out four of Boston’s batters in three innings of work.