Glenn was joined by Sky 106.7 The Fan Capitals beat reporter Sky Kerstian.
In case you missed it, here are the top five sport stories of the week.
Every team in Major League Baseball has at least 10 losses, except one: your Baltimore Orioles are sporting the league’s best record and return home to the Charm City to face the team with the second best record — the Texas Rangers — as the two begin a 4-game set at the yard.
It’s the rubber match between the Orioles and Yankees at Yankee Stadium in the Bronx Wednesday night.
David Ginsburg covers the Ravens, Orioles, Nationals and Capitals for the Associated Press.
No Terrell Stoglin or Mychal Parker for the Terps, O’s head to New York, playoffs heat up and a must watch video!
The Washington Capitals will face the Columbus Blue Jackets in an exhibition game at 1st Mariner Arena in Baltimore on Sept. 26.
Voluntary workouts begin in the NFL off-season. Ray Rice, who is the Ravens franchise player, is not expected to show up for Monday’s workout. Drew Brees of the Saints and Matt Forte of the Bears, both franchise players, are not expected to attend either.
Nick Cattles, of 98.5 The Sports Hub, and CSN Baltimore’s Rob Carlin join The Haynie and Zinno Show to break down tonight’s quarterfinal match-up.
The Orioles have the day off Thursday and will start their first road trip of 2012 in Toronto Friday.
A look at the NHL playoffs.
Kentucky’s 8th National Championship certainly wasn’t without some bad news. Small fires burned, dozens were arrested and even one man was wounded by gunfire.