Glenn Younes & Bob Haynie
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.
We all know that the Orioles have been relatively quiet with the big moves since the 2013 season came to an end and that has not gone over well with fans and media alike.
Former NFL player Brendan Ayanbadejo joined the Sports Rehab with Glenn Younes and Mark Zinno to discuss the Michael Sam situation and his current role in offering advice to Sam.
In a world of fast growing profits, revenue streams from advanced media and local / regional TV network deals the Baltimore Orioles still remain in the middle to low end of MLB spending.
This is a big spring for Baltimore Orioles lefty Zach Britton. He is out of options and has to make a positive impression in Sarasota if he wants to remain a Bird.
Orioles pitcher Zach Britton joined the “Sports Rehab” with Glenn & Bob to talk about getting to know the new Orioles pitching coach Dave Wallace.
Glenn Younes previews Sunday’s Big Game and gives his prediction on the outcome.
Super Bowl XLVIII is upon us and millions will be watching, as usual. Many times, however, the buildup and circus-like atmosphere that surrounds the event is more entertaining than the game itself.