Jerry also asked the big question on the minds of most Oriole fans…..what is the team going to do with star 3rd baseman Manny Machado when his contract expires in 2018.
There’s no disputing that Buck Showalter is one of the finest managers in MLB, most clubs would hire him in a heartbeat, but does anyone else feel like Buck dropped the ball like Lee Evans once did?
I predict Ravens will go 9-7. Their schedule is certainly easier this season with no long journeys.
On August 30, prior to the 4:00 p.m. deadline, clubs must reduce their rosters to a maximum of 75 players and then further cut down to 53 players by September 3.
Adam Jones joined Jerry Coleman, in for Vinny & Rob, to talk about what he did during the All-Star break, where the Orioles are headed in the second half of the season and about his impact on the younger generation.
Have the Orioles looked into naming rights? John Angelos, the Executive Vice President of the Baltimore Orioles, comments on the idea of changing the name of Oriole Park at Camden Yards.
Tonight, the Birds will reflect and honor the remaining members of that championship squad. Brooks Robinson, Jim Palmer & Boog Powell headline a group of at least a dozen former players expected to attend.
With 11 picks fulfilling all sorts of voids, were the Ravens going for depth or inventory?
In the inaugural episode of Coleman’s Corner, Jerry talks with Brady Anderson about the 20th anniversary of 2131 and several interesting topics.
The Orioles get back in the swing of things after the All-Star break and they realize there’s still plenty of baseball to be played and there’s always a chance to add talent before the trade deadline.
The second week of OTAs is complete, and many young players seized the opportunity to take advantage and impress coaches that they will be here for the long term.
The Ravens off-season workouts are underway. Jerry Coleman has more from the the first session of organized team activity (OTAs).