Steve Davis co-hosts the Norris and Davis Show on 105.7 The Fan, and has been a staple on the Baltimore TV and radio scene since 1994. On a national level, he has reported for FOX Sports and FOX Sports Net, and hosted radio programs on SiriusXM radio. Steve has won dozens of awards throughout his career, including the National Story of the Year, an Edward R. Murrow Award, two National Headliners awards, Best Sports Anchor, Best Sports Story, Best Sports Coverage, and numerous honors from the Society of Professional Journalists.
Tom Verducci of Sports Illustrated had an interesting piece about parity in baseball, which seems to be following the path of the NFL.
There were a few interesting nuggets that Steve points out from his interview with Orioles manager Buck Showalter.
He may be right, but should the coach really say that his team winning a World Cup is just not realistic?
With possibly the biggest series they’ve had so far this season over the weekend, why would they have Machado’ sitting on the bench for the 4 games against the Blue Jays?
Buck threw out that possibility –or even likelihood– when Johan Santana gets called up, presumably in 2 weeks that the Orioles could switch into a 6-man rotation for a period of time.
Joe continues to be under the microscope for not running his own off-season workouts.
Last year, the Orioles had 5 guys make the All-Star team: Jones, Wieters, Machado, Hardy, Tillman. That seems unlikely this year.
I have seen some people second guessing Buck for walking Reynolds, thus putting the winning run on base. I think it was brilliant.
With their game 2 win on Wednesday, Duncan, Parker and Ginóbili set the all-time record for most all-time playoff wins by a trio.
Nelson Cruz is probably the Orioles best free-agent acquisition. That being said, with his one year contract how much do you offer to keep him next year?
Steve Davis has been curious to see what the reaction would be on the Ravens draft.
Steve Davis talks about the chances that Bud Norris actually threw a pitch AT Torii Hunter after the Ian Kinsler homerun in the 8th inning.