Mark has been with CBS Radio Baltimore since 2006. He has done it all with the station including hosting, co-hosting, pre- and post-game shows, player shows & more. You can find him every night hosting LAST CALL with Mark Zinno from 10pm-12m.
A graduate of Loyola College in Maryland, Mark is a native of Long Island New York. He is also currently a major in the Maryland Army National Guard and deployed to Iraq from 2005-2006. Mark lives in Baltimore and is single.
Matt Vensel of the Baltimore Sun joined Zinno on “Last Call” to discuss Flacco, the off-season and the Ravens immediate future.
The NCAA Tournament is here and the madness has begun. Former Terp and Campus Insiders college basketball analyst Drew Nicholas joined Zinno on Last Call to break down the brackets.
Clifton Brown joined Zinno on Last Call to talk about the Ravens off season activity.
The Broncos and Patriots are the Yankees and Red Sox of the NFL. Both the teams in the AFC Championship game were aggressive and ruthless.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have spent over $125 millon on seven different free agents. That’s the most by any team.
If Steve Smith comes before Darryl Smith, that offense better plan on scoring 30 points a game because they will definitely be giving up a lot of points too.
Mel Antonen (@MelAntonen) of SI.com and MASN, thinks that the Orioles may have actually benefitted from Santana not signing in Baltimore.
Ryan Mink of BaltimoreRavens.com joined Zinno on Last Call to discuss it. Mink says it was a necessity to bring Monroe back given the number of holes on the offensive line.
Dan Szymborski of ESPN.com joined Zinno on “Last Call” to discuss who would be the better value: keeping Jim Johnson at $10M or Ervin Santana at $14M.
Ervin Santana could have an impact. He could. But if he agrees to terms here, the Orioles will have spent over $70 million this off-season and added over $33 million to the 2014 payroll.
Adam Amin joined Zinno on “Last Call” to talk about college hoops and how the final regular season games may shake out.
Former Oriole and current YES broadcaster Ken Singleton joined Zinno to discuss the Orioles and what’s in store for 2014.