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As I did last year, I will pick three games from both the college and pro ranks. We’ll tally up the total at the end of the season and see how well things went.
The National Football League season kicks off on Thursday night with a marquee matchup. The defending Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens travel to Denver to face a Broncos team that is picked by many to be this year’s powerhouse squad.
Well, getting drilled by the Red Sox 13-2 is not exactly how the Baltimore Orioles needed to start their big nine-game road trip.
Rich Dubroff joined Bob Haynie to talk Baltimore Orioles as the Birds hit the road for a big nine-game trek through Boston , New York and Cleveland.
If you are a contending team, all series at this point in the season are big ones. For the Baltimore Orioles, that is certainly the case for this week.
Rich Dubroff from CSN Baltimore joined Bob to talk Baltimore Orioles.
The Baltimore Orioles lost a heartbreaker on Tuesday night. They also lost a heartbreaker on Monday night. How many more brutal losses will they endure before the move is made.
Rich Dubroff from CSN Baltimore joined Bob to talk about the Orioles. Before the guys got into Bird Talk, Rich shared his thoughts on Monday’s PED suspensions. On that topic, Orioles RF Nick Markakis told [...]
Steve Melewski from MASN and Baltimore Baseball Tonight joined Bob to talk all things Orioles.
Bob Haynie recalls the life of the Baltimore institution that was Artie Donovan. The former Baltimore Colt will forever be remembered as a great story teller and comic relief.
July and the non-waiver portion of the Major League Baseball trade deadline has passed. I think it is fair to say that GM Dan Duquette and the Baltimore Orioles have been very proactive in trying to upgrade their roster.
After dropping two-of-three to the Boston Red Sox over the weekend, the Baltimore Orioles are back on the field Tuesday night to begin a three-game series against the Houston Astros. Once the Astros leave, the Seattle Mariners come to Camden Yards.