Those of us who worked with Mike Flanagan and got to spend time with him are inclined to say what a privilege it was to know him. But, if you’re an Orioles fan and TV viewer, you knew him, too.
Orioles president Andy MacPhail declared the team had taken “a giant step backwards” when he fired Dave Trembley as manager just over a year ago.
Congratulations, Jake Arrieta, and thank you! Thank you for being credited with nine victories – a number that has baseball analysts talking about your victory total and asking the all-important question: What do you make of a guy with a 4.50 ERA who has as many victories as any of the top pitchers in the game? Answer: WINS for pitchers is one of the dumbest stats in baseball and it’s born out in the Arrieta case.
Mark Viviano gets a surprise call from O’s Manager Buck Showalter who wanted to wish him well on his last day of his radio show on 105.7 The Fan.
SPN.com’s James Walker with some Cleveland insight
Steve Bernhardt joins The Mark Viviano Show to discuss how he helps student athletes.
Lacrosse Magazine’s Gary Lambrecht joined Mark and Bulldog to talk lacrosse, football and more.
Keith Cavanaugh joins The Mark Viviano Show every Thursday.
Greg Cosell joins Mark and the Bulldog.
Forty games into a 162-game season and the O’s have completed the first quarter- although with four rain-outs and three still to be made up, there’s some feeling of incompleteness. The record reads 19-21 and that’s the near-.500 mark most of us anticipated from what clearly is an improved team from last season.
Local attorney Warren Alperstein talks about the Make-A-Wish Foundation’s 2nd Annual Kids’ Triathlon that takes place this Sunday, May 22nd.
Newly introduced Maryland head basketball coach Mark Turgeon makes his first radio appearance on The Mark Viviano Show.