Orioles skipper Buck Showalter joined Steve and Terry from Sarasota to talk about the Orioles off-season.
Johan Santana is hoping the Baltimore Orioles’ patience with him pays off in another chance to pitch in the big leagues.
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.
I think the Orioles ownership and Dan Duquette in particular deserve credit for making baseball fun again. Lord knows we complain enough when things are bad.
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.
Josh Hart needed a history lesson at spring training.
The question is, how long do you commit to him and how much do you pay him.
Commitment. An interesting word. While I’m not going to quote Webster’s I’ll tell you it’s the key to a successful relationship.
It seemed like yesterday when fans and sports talk radio hosts (me included) were talking about the lack of off-season moves by the Baltimore Orioles.
New Orioles outfielder David Lough joined the Sports Rehab with Bob Haynie and Glenn Younes to discuss how the he’ll fit in with the team.
Buck Showalter joined Ed & Steve to talk about the signing of new starting pitcher Ubaldo Jimenez.