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You have to love honesty. In the sporting world, during interviews, often times athletes and team leaders will give you coach-speak, cliches, phrases and politically correct answers.
April 2nd can’t get here fast enough.
According to the website Rantsports.com, the folks in Las Vegas don’t think that the Baltimore Orioles will duplicate their magical season of 2012.
Where has the time gone? Is it really 2013? It seems like only yesterday that Ronald Reagan was running our country and Earl Weaver was managing the Orioles.
Man, we’re getting up there. Truth be told, I’ve been feeling old since I hurt my back in 1992. You can imagine how I feel now at the age of 48.
The Baltimore Orioles made the playoffs in 2012. That was the first time the franchise had achieved postseason success in 15 years.
Spring Training has arrived and Bob Haynie talks with CSN Baltimore’s Rich Dubroff about the Orioles Off-Season activity.
I made it clear during the summer that I thought Head Coach Mark Turgeon and his Maryland Terrapins would make this season’s NCAA Tournament. Keep in mind, I was spouting off about this before Dez Wells was ruled eligible to play in College Park.
Dan Connelly, Orioles writer for the Baltimore Sun, joins 105-7 THE FAN’s Bob Haynie for an exclusive podcast to grade the Orioles off-season and upcoming Spring Training. Don’t miss ‘Hot Stove Talk’ tonight w/Dan, Mel [...]
What’s happening in New Orleans?
When it comes to the Super Bowl, you can always expect drama and storylines. This week has been no different. From deer spray and sibling rivalry, to homophobia and hubris, we have seen it all.
Now it’s time to talk about the game.
After a regular season in which they finished 17th overall in total defense, the Baltimore Ravens have been playing to their more accustomed level in the 2012 playoffs.
105.7 THE FAN’s Bob Haynie welcomed CBS Sports/Eye On Football’s Ryan Wilson to the studios for an exclusive podcast.