Al Clark joined Ed and Steve to talk about his new book Called Out But Safe: An Umpire’s Journey.
1983 World Series Champion with the Orioles, Ken Singleton joins Ed and Steve to talk Orioles baseball.
Chris Tillman outpitched Justin Verlander, allowing one run while working into the ninth and the Baltimore Orioles beat the Detroit Tigers 3-1 Sunday to avoid getting swept.
After dropping two of three games to the Boston Red Sox at Camden Yards, the Baltimore Orioles will begin a six-game road trip on Friday in Detroit against the Tigers.
Scott and Jeremy talk to Orioles relief pitcher Evan Meek about his spring and where he is now, compared to when he was in the prime of his career.
Mike Napoli homered and drove in four runs, John Lackey allowed three hits in six innings and the Boston Red Sox spoiled the Baltimore debut of Ubaldo Jimenez by beating the Orioles 6-2 Wednesday night.
“Its the kind of game you like to see on opening day. Two ace starters kind of going toe to toe and it comes down one big hit.”
It might not seem like it, but Buck is now on his longest tenure as a manager. He is entering his 5th different season with the Orioles.
Dayn Perry of CBSSports.com, Eye on Baseball the blog, joined Zinno on Last Call to discuss the start of the season.
The Governor of Maryland Martin O’Malley called in to join the Scott Garceau show with Jeremy Conn to talk about Orioles Opening Day and the team in general this past Monday.
Mel Antonen of MASN Sports joined Vinny and Rob and talked about the Birds and their opening day win over the Red Sox.
Obviously, it is a no-brainer to say that it was quite the “Welcome to Baltimore” Opening Day for Nelson Cruz.