ESPN Personality John Saunders Dies At Age 61Longtime ESPN personality John Saunders has passed away at the age of 61.
Eddie Matz Of ESPN On Why National Media Doesn't See Orioles As ContenderEddie Matz of ESPN joined Ed and Rob to talk about the Orioles leading the AL East and the playoff chase in the MLB.
Athletes Posing Nude For ESPN's 'Body Issue'The Body Issue will be available online July 6 and on newsstands July 8.
Orioles' Best Known Beer Man 'Fancy Clancy' Featured On ESPNClarence "Fancy Clancy" Haskett has been a beer vendor for the Baltimore Orioles for over 40 years and he says Opening Day is like Christmas for him.
ESPN Analyst Dan Szymborski: 'Machado Is In The Conversation For Best Young Player In Baseball'ESPN baseball analyst Dan Szymborski joined Ed and Steve to talk about Manny Machado and his Sabermetrics tool ZiPS which he created.
Orlando Pro Bowl Will Feature AFC-NFC Format2017 Pro Bowl to be played in Orlando as week-long festivities at Walt Disney World Resort and throughout Orlando shine spotlight on game’s brightest stars & youth players.
MLB Analyst Kurkjian: 'All The Orioles Can Do Is Hope Ubaldo Gets Better Quickly'ESPN MLB analyst Tim Kurkjian joined Ed and Steve to talk about the daily MLB topics and his new book.
Jeannine Edwards On The 141st Preakness, Nyquist's Chances & BarbaroJeannine Edwards from ESPN joined Ed and Steve to talk about tomorrow's 141st Preakness Stakes.
Ray Lewis Has Been Reportedly Let Go By ESPNThe Big Lead is reporting that Cris Carter and Ray Lewis are expected to be on their way out of the building, and that Randy Moss is expected to be on his way in.
Keidel: Curt Schilling's Dark DescentLegendary pitcher Curt Schilling was fired this week from his baseball color analyst position with ESPN for his conduct on social media.
Bob Ryan Of The Boston Globe On Orioles Vs Red SoxBob Ryan of the Boston Globe joined Ken and Steve to talk about Orioles vs Red Sox and everything else around the sports world.
Manny Machado Ranks No. 18 On MLB's Top 100 PlayersFresh off a 2015 season that saw him hit 35 homers, Manny Machado climbs 41 spots to No. 18 for ESPN's Best Players rankings.