If you’re heading to the grocery store for some Old Bay, maybe hold off until Monday to get it.
Baseball Hall of Famer Cal Ripken Jr. plans to visit two Connecticut cities where his foundation is helping to bring youth baseball to kids who would not otherwise get a chance to play.
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Nine of Baltimore’s biggest celebrities are teaming up to bring more people to Charm City.
We take a look back at every Baltimore Orioles post season appearance & result!
Scott Garceau talks about the last week of Baltimore Orioles’ baseball from the 60th Anniversary celebration to the Orioles dramatic play.
It’s been two years since Cal Ripken’s mother was kidnapped and the case is still a mystery.
“It’s a big loss.” Giglio said about the Orioles losing gold glove catcher Matt Wieters to Tommy John surgery. “There’s no doubt about that, especially because of how well Matt Wieters had hit earlier this season, his offense really took a jump the level so many of us expected it to be when he came up from the minor leagues all those years ago. He was hitting like that star, that all-around star everyone said he was going to be, and it’s unfortunate to have to watch his season end.”
Former AL Umpire Al Clark joins Steve Davis to discuss the Orioles and his new book Called Out but Safe
Kevin Cowherd on the 30 year anniversary of the Colts moving to Indianapolis.
Cal Ripken joined the Scott Garceau show with Jeremy Conn to just talk all things baseball. Cal talked about the banquet that he is hosting tonight in his fathers honor and the foundation that bears […]
We’re all familiar with what Cal Ripken did on the field during his time here, but now we’re learning about what he’s doing off the field.