The Scott Garceau Show With Jeremy Conn
The Orioles, however, are not in the same wait-and-see mode as an organization. Ideally, they’d also like to trade for a big name pitcher much like their cross-country rivals, but may not have the talent in the minors to do so.
Another Cleveland Brown in the news, of course, Johnny Manziel with the picture of the quarterback with a rolled up dollar bill in a bathroom. Of course you can not tell if there is any drugs in the bathroom, it caused controversy for the young athlete. People seem to want to get this kid in trouble or maybe trouble is following him. Pictures are coming left and right of Manziel. Hopefully there was no drug use for Manziel.
Another pitcher for the Orioles, Ubaldo Jimenez does have the talent but finding that strike zone has caused the 30 year old some trouble. Wallace says that he is “a great young guy but he is trying to do a little more than what he is capable of. He needs to relax.”
The Nationals have a great bull pen right and now and great pitching staff. Ladson says the Nats have “the best rotation,” he has ever covered. The “best rotation” he has ever covered.
Julio DePaula, who has just been brought up to the Orioles was a player in this league last year. He had some pretty dominant and good stuff last year but this year his velocity is up and throws good sliders/sinkers.
A top prospect, Addison Russell, a young 20 year old short stop plays for the Chicago Cubs is apparently
one of the best according to Keith Law. Of course, he is a great short stop, has a nice swing, and has a good approach at the plate. The Cubs have some moving around with the amount of infielders that they have.
While the Love talk has been quieted, the Carmelo saga has been by far the biggest lighting rod of interest, especially with the LA Lakers entering the mix. However, Martin explains that Melo will most likely be staying home.
“Right now, it looks like it’s going to come down to the Knicks, the Lakers, and the Bulls. I think New York has shown that they’re still willing to make the moves to remain competitive in a weak eastern conference.”
Coach Cottle stated last week that he was encouraged by his team’s effort of late, but intangibles such as defensive output caused the Bayhawks to drop out of playoff contention.
“They have some really good offensive players and we just couldn’t stop them,” said Cottle.
Orioles’ Relief Pitcher Brad Brach Joins Scott And Jeremy To Discuss His Performance Against The Red Sox On Sunday
Brach, 4-0 this season with a 2.37 ERA, earned the win on Sunday after striking out four of Boston’s batters in three innings of work.
Joe Giglio of BleacherReport.com joins Scott and Travis on the Scott Garceau show to discuss the Orioles’ AL East race.
Former NFL defensive back Keion Carpenter joins the Scott Garceau show to talk Ravens football, including the implementation of Kubiak’s offense.
Dan Levy, the national lead writer for BleacherReport.com, joins Scott and Travis on the Scott Garceau Show with Jeremy Conn to talk about the aftermath of U.S. soccer’s loss in the World Cup.