Jeremy talks about the sights and sounds of a major league game played in an empty ballpark.
The Orioles had plenty of opportunities late to tie the game or even take the lead with a base hit and couldn’t get it done.
Jeremy Conn breaks down the Final Four matchups and gives a prediction on who wins and plays for the National Championship game.
Some players are just fun to watch. They may not be the best but they’re exciting either way.
So far it has been an interesting start to free agency in the NFL but the move that caught everyone off guard was when the Ravens traded away Haloti Ngata.
Jeremy talks about one of the proudest moments he has had as a father and as a coach in a game on Monday night.
the Terps will go as far as Trimble and Wells take them.
The Orioles are hoping they get the Cabrera from 2 years ago. He was an All Star, hit .283 and stole 37 bases.
The real questions are about the corners and who should be starting on a consistent basis.
Most fans are asking themselves, “Who do I root for?” These are Jeremy’s 2 least favorite teams and he struggled all week long trying to figure out who to pull for.
Jeremy Conn talks about why Deflate Gate is a big deal and why people need to stop defending a coach, quarterback and franchise who have been caught cheating before.
Dan Duquette could still be Toronto bound but the Orioles did avoid arbitration with four key players (Davis, Wieters, Tillman and Matusz).