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The first week of the Major League Baseball season is in the books and I have some thoughts I’d like to share about the Baltimore Orioles.
Rich Dubroff from CSN Baltimore joined me to talk about the start of the 2013 Major League Baseball season. In particular, we discussed the Baltimore Orioles.
Last week, I gave you my picks for the 2013 Major League Baseball season. If you read the blog, you now know that I like the Baltimore Orioles to win their first AL East crown since 1997.
On Friday, I made my predictions for the upcoming American League baseball season. Now, it’s time for the National League picks.
The Major League Baseball season starts on Sunday and I’m a happy guy. I haven’t been this excited about the beginning of a season since 1997.
By holding off the Alabama Crimson Tide, 58-57 on Tuesday night, the Terps advanced to the NIT Final Four.
Longtime Baltimore sportswriter Dave Ginsburg joins Bob Haynie to talk about various sports topics.
With the fingerprints and lip marks still fresh on the Lombardi trophy, Baltimore was already looking ahead to the 2013 season and beyond by beginning to retool the roster.
The second round of the NCAA tournament started on Thursday and, as you would expect, there were upsets. Upsets that really put a damper on my chances of winning the office pool.
Since I’m still riding high from my 2011 prediction that Joe Flacco would lead the Baltimore Ravens to the Super Bowl title within three years, I figured I would do everyone a solid and let you know what teams I think will make the Final Four in Atlanta.
Former Terp John Gilchrist joined me to talk some hoops.
As I am saddened to see that the Baltimore Ravens have traded WR Anquan Boldin to their Super Bowl rival San Francisco 49′ers, I also understand the harsh business of the National Football League.