Sports Rehab welcomed Former Oriole outfielder and current Yankee broadcaster Ken Singleton to discuss the upcoming season for the Orange and Black.
Mel Antonen (@MelAntonen) of SI.com and MASN, thinks that the Orioles may have actually benefitted from Santana not signing in Baltimore.
Dan Szymborski of ESPN.com joined Zinno on “Last Call” to discuss who would be the better value: keeping Jim Johnson at $10M or Ervin Santana at $14M.
Ervin Santana could have an impact. He could. But if he agrees to terms here, the Orioles will have spent over $70 million this off-season and added over $33 million to the 2014 payroll.
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.
Rich came on with Ed and Steve to discuss the Orioles’ Spring Training.
Former Oriole and current YES broadcaster Ken Singleton joined Zinno to discuss the Orioles and what’s in store for 2014.
Buck’s Birds can match any lineup in baseball 1 through 9 when it comes to thunder in the lumber and they’re coming off the best fielding percentage season in baseball history. That’s all good but in the end this team will seal it’s fate with starting pitching.
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.
Orioles Vice President of Baseball Operations Dan Duquette joined the Vinnie and Rob Show and discussed recent Orioles transactions.