Rich Durbroff from CSN Baltimore joined Bob to talk about the struggling Baltimore Orioles. Are the Orioles still looking for more talent come the trade deadine? Rich says yes. Listen to see who the targets may be.
The Orioles, in theory, have a chance to gain some ground in the standings in the next couple of weeks. 5 of their next 6 series are against teams with losing records.
The Baltimore Orioles were coming off of bad four game series on the road against the Kansas City Royals. They were looking forward to getting back on track at home against the Boston Red Sox.
Thursday on the show, we asked the listeners an interesting question. Who is the Face of Baltimore Sports? The only requirement is that is has to be an active athlete.
The newest Orioles pitcher, Scott Feldman, joined the Scott Garceau Show with Jeremy Conn just one day after his best start with the Orioles so far.
I’ll go Bart Scott here….Can’t wait! The All-Star break has come and gone it’s PLAY BALL Friday in the big leagues. I’ll take a 6-4-3 double play over an ESPY any night. The Home Run […]
I’ve got a few random thoughts leading into the final 66 games for our Baltimore Birds… Here they are:
When I arrived at Citi Field, I expected to be wowed and I was indeed wowed. It was sensational seeing the guys who you cover on a daily basis mingling and enjoying the moment just as I was.
When the season began, the Baltimore Orioles were still the unknown. Who knew whether or not 2012 was a fluke or whether this team could contend? There were lots of questions surrounding the roster. One […]
Long-time Baltimore Sun columnist Kevin Cowherd joined Zinno on “Last Call” to talk Orioles and the end of his 32-year run with the paper.
Let me start by saying that Adam Jones gets too much criticism. He’s an outstanding player, and has become a great leader. That said, I am going to criticize him a little.
Jerry Crasnick, a baseball writer for ESPN, joined the Norris & Davis show on Tuesday morning on Baltimore’s 105-7 THE FAN to talk about whether Roger Maris is the true single-season home run record holder, Manny Machado’s incredible play, and Wieters’ play recently.