Sports with Coleman
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The winner of this year’s Kentucky Derby is the betting favorite to win. However, Classic Empire is sure to be a strong challenger after finishing fourth, despite being disrupted by a three-horse collision at Churchill Downs.
Brian Windhorst, sportswriter for ESPN.com who covers the NBA, joined Jerry Coleman to discuss his new book on LeBron James.
Devereaux, who is now part of the player development department with the Colorado Rockies, was asked about his favorite memories at Oriole Park at Camden Yards and one stood out more than others.
Maryland women’s basketball clinched a spot in the Sweet 16 with a 27-point win Sunday over West Virginia, and the No. 3-seed Terps will play Oregon in the Bridgeport regional semifinals.
HBO Real Sports correspondent David Scott joined Sports With Coleman to discuss the upcoming piece he filmed involving former Maryland Terrapin and Baltimore native Juan Dixon.
Terps Women’s Basketball coach Brenda Frese joined Sports With Coleman to talk about her team making it to the Sweet 16 this coming weekend in Bridgeport,CT and how her team felt about their seeding in the Big Dance.
Baltimore Sun writer Jeff Zrebiec joined Sports With Coleman to discuss all the moves happening for the Baltimore Ravens during the early portion of the free agency period.
Which team has more holes to fill: the Baltimore Orioles or the Baltimore Ravens?
Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports joined Jerry Coleman to talk about the World Baseball Classic, Manny Machado’s future with the team, the Orioles season outlook, MLB rule changes and Camden Yards’ 25th anniversary.
From 1989-1994, Smith worked with the Orioles as Vice President of Planning and Development overseeing the design and construction of Oriole Park at Camden Yards, which opened in 1992.
Jerry Coleman was joined by American sports talk radio personality Scott Ferrall of Ferrall on the Bench to rehash their time working together before they get down to discussing the biggest events in sports.