Scott co-hosts The Scott Garceau Show, an afternoon drive-time Sports Talk Show on Baltimore’s 105.7 The Fan that is also telecast on MASN. A member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame Board of Selectors, he is one of 44 members that meet each year at the Super Bowl to select the Hall of Fame inductees.
This Golden Age of NFL quarterbacks is turning gray. The top 3 will soon lose the battle with Father Time (who remains undefeated).
Free agent Chris Davis will get paid handsomely when he hits the free agent market this off-season. If the Orioles don’t pony up another team will.
As practice games go it was a thriller reminiscent off legendary practice games of the past like the Derrick Anderson to Randy Hymes 66 yard overtime classic that beat the Redskins in 2005.
The preseason is about protecting front-line players from injury with limited exposure while evaluating rookies and borderline roster candidates against like caliber competition.
Cole Hamels The non-waiver trade deadline is Friday and Cole Hamels is likely headed out of Philadelphia. Saturday in what may have been his last start with the Phils, Hamels gave them one to remember. […]
With MLB teams nearing game 100 on the schedule we’ve had a good chunk of hardball to analyze the 2015 field. It would downright boring if everybody was average but that’s not the way this […]
To get back into Postseason baseball for the third time in four years the Orioles will have to do better starting Friday night in Detroit.
Scott talks about the Oriole representatives in the 2015 All-Star Game and looks back at some of the best moments in the history of the game.
Zach Wilt with the Baltimore Sports Report joined the Scott Garceau Show with Jeremy Conn to discuss some Orioles baseball.
Scott Garceau makes a case for four Orioles that should be considered, if not the top contenders, at their position for the AL All-Star team.
Each team and summer has these stories. Here are three from the Orioles summer of 2015.
There may not be a place in Cooperstown for this bunch but there will always be a place in the hearts of Baltimore fans for these O’s who made a stunning first impression.