Glenn Younes & Bob Haynie
Glenn is excited about the 2014 Orioles’ season. The Birds have the bats to keep up with any team in the AL East and the pitching isn’t looking too bad either.
Veteran LHP Johan Santana was introduced to the media on Wednesday after signing a minor league deal with the Baltimore Orioles. The two-time Cy Young award winner stands to make $3 million if the Orioles purchase his contract and he joins the major league roster.
Former Oriole and current MLB Network analyst Bill Ripken joined the Sports Rehab with Glenn Younes and Bob Haynie to preview the upcoming 2014 campaign.
Assistant executive director of external affairs of the NFL Players Association George Atallah joined Glenn Younes and Bob Haynie on Sports Rehab to discuss the new salary cap, collective bargaining agreement and Ray Rice.
The NFL is not a typical workplace. To socialize it, ban words, and make it more ‘humane’ cannot happen, according to Ihedigbo.
Starting pitching is going to have to be a positive factor for the Birds if they want to be a force in the AL East.
Commitment. An interesting word. While I’m not going to quote Webster’s I’ll tell you it’s the key to a successful relationship.
While we all prefer to concentrate on the news relating to the play on the field, oftentimes real life drama hits us hard and becomes the dominant story.
New Orioles outfielder David Lough joined the Sports Rehab with Bob Haynie and Glenn Younes to discuss how the he’ll fit in with the team.
Jimenez is only 30, so he is in the prime of his career. He was one of the more sought-after free-agent starting pitchers on the market and Baltimore got him at a reasonable price.
Unless these two schools meet in the ACC Tournament, it will be the final time they will face each other as members of the same conference. This could be the end of a rivalry that goes back decades.
Derek Jeter announced today that 2014 will be his final MLB season.