“I told my dad I got a hit off Jim Palmer and he said ‘Good. Now do it in the Big Leagues.”
To say the 2011 Baltimore Orioles had a disappointing season would be an understatement.
Records show former Baltimore Orioles pitcher Mike Flanagan threatened to kill himself several times before committing suicide last month.
John Eisenberg of Comcast Sports Baltimore joined The Norris & Davis Show to discuss The Ravens match up against The Falcons. Will Bryant McKinnie be ready to start on the O-line?
I just wanted to go on record to say that #46 was one of the best people that I have ever met in sports….PERIOD!!!!
The Baltimore Orioles will honor former pitcher Mike Flanagan by wearing patches on their jersey sleeves for the rest of the season.
As caretakers of Maryland’s sports history and friends of Mike Flanagan, Sports Legends Museum & the Babe Ruth Birthplace wanted to express their condolences on the passing of the Orioles’ legend.
Orioles fans are still in disbelief. One of the most popular pitchers in team history, who helped guide the Birds to their last World Series championship, is found dead near his Baltimore County home.
Buster Olney, MLB writer with ESPN joined The Scott Garceau Show and gave us his thoughts on the death of Mike Flanagan.
Chris Hoiles, Mike Young, and Jim Duquette join the Bob and Rob Show to remember the life and career of Mike Flanagan.
Richard Justice of the Houston Chronicle, who used to cover the Orioles, remembers the life of former Oriole Mike Flanagan.
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.