All Star Game
Ian Cassleberry of Bleacher Report talked with Scott Garceau & Jeremy Conn about the MLB All-Star game and possible trades at the trading deadline.
In all fairness, I am a baseball guy. I love everything about the game. So please excuse my bias, but I tune into all of baseball’s mid-summer classic festivities. The Home Run Derby and the All-Star Game itself are great events to me.
Jim Duquette of Baltimore’s Baseball tonight joined the Haynie and Zinno show this afternoon to give his predictions of tonight’s All-Star Game.
Ken Weinman talks all Star game on 105.7 The Fan.
Despite what Reggie Jackson says Cal doe not see Hall of Famers boycotting induction ceremonies of suspected steroid users.
Don’t let anyone fool you: Home-field advantage in baseball does matter.
Rich Dubroff of Comcast SportsNet.com Baltimore joined the Haynie and Zinno Show this afternoon to talk about the Orioles’ recent problems, trade projections, and which Birds are headed to the 2012 All Star Game.
I suspect we’ll see multiple Orioles in Kansas City for the 2012 game. Here’s four who may get the call.
Baltimore Ravens free safety Ed Reed has withdrawn from the Pro Bowl due to multiple injuries, becoming the latest of several players from his team to skip Sunday’s all-star game.
ESPN MLB Writer Jim Caple joined The Scott Garceau Show and gave us his thoughts on last night’s All Star, as well as his first half’s hits and misses.
Justin Timberlake “praising” Joe Buck’s announcing. Heath Bell sliding into the pitchers mound when he entered the game; those were the things I came away from the game with.
Does anybody watch this thing in its entirety? I almost feel like the Home Run Derby, Slam Dunk Contest, and the 3 Point Shootout have all run its course.