Garceau: Past Orioles Star In All-Star HistoryThe Orioles will be well represented in Tuesday’s All-Star game in San Diego. Manny Machado was voted the starter at third base he’ll be joined by Mark Trumbo, Matt Wieters and pitchers Zach Britton and Brad Brach. Wieters is an All-Star for the fourth time, Machado is a 3-time All-Star, Trumbo and Britton are making their second trip and Brad Brach gets the honor for the first time.
Cal Ripken Jr. Holds 'Tip-Off' Event To Raise Money For FoundationSince Cal Ripken Jr. retired from baseball, he has worked tirelessly with his father's foundation to make youth sports programs available to the underprivileged nationwide.
Rick Dempsey: Orioles Still Have "Good Young Nucleus"MASN broadcaster and former Orioles Catcher, Rick Dempsey, joined the Scott Garceau Show with Jeremy Conn to talk about the increasingly struggling Orioles.
Old Bay Unveils Limited-Edition Cal Ripken CansIf you're heading to the grocery store for some Old Bay, maybe hold off until Monday to get it.
Cal Ripken To Visit Connecticut Cities To Promote LeagueBaseball 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.
Scott Garceau: Memorable Orioles Home OpenersI’ve seen every home opener since 1980, here are three of my favorites.Baltimore.
Famous Faces Teaming Up To Bring More People To BaltimoreNine of Baltimore's biggest celebrities are teaming up to bring more people to Charm City.
Baltimore Orioles Playoff HistoryWe take a look back at every Baltimore Orioles post season appearance & result!
Scott Garceau: Something Magic HappenedScott Garceau talks about the last week of Baltimore Orioles' baseball from the 60th Anniversary celebration to the Orioles dramatic play.
Kidnapping Of Vi Ripken Remains A Mystery 2 Years LaterIt's been two years since Cal Ripken's mother was kidnapped and the case is still a mystery.
Joe Giglio From Bleacher Report Joins Scott And Jeremy“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 Umpire Al Clark Talks Orioles And His New Book, 'Called Out But Safe'Former AL Umpire Al Clark joins Steve Davis to discuss the Orioles and his new book Called Out but Safe