The 22-year old is healthy and ready to roll for manager Buck Showalter in 2015, it seems.
Jim Duquette from MLB Network Radio joined Sports Rehab to talk about the Orioles as they continue Spring Training in Florida.
Normally, a player entering his sixth full season in the bigs has too much experience for a list like this, but digging deeper, Drew Storen fits here. The Nationals on paper are stacked, with established studs in their rotation from top to bottom and starters set at each position on the field.
Rob’s cohort at MASN joined the show from sunny Sarasota to talk about the state of the clubhouse now that spring games are in full swing.
This has been a tough 6 months, as we’ve seen 4 pretty beloved athletes, whose jerseys are sported by thousands of fans, get shown the door.
A trade is more likely to come midseason, if at all, but the Phillies can feel confident that when the time comes, Ken Giles is waiting in the wings.
Sometimes it’s best not to mess with a good thing, and Aaron Sanchez in the back end of the Blue Jays’ bullpen near the end of the 2014 season was a very good thing.
Are you one who sees the Orioles glass as half-empty or half-full?
Brittany Ghiroli of mlb.com joined Bob and Steve to give an Orioles spring training update.
The Minnesota Twins shortstop showed again Sunday in a 2-1 win over the Baltimore Orioles that he has surprising pop for his size.
In his first spring start, Bud Norris allowed four runs in one inning to a Boston Red Sox split squad in their 7-6 win over the Baltimore Orioles on Saturday.
Dan Connolly from the Baltimore Sun checks in with an update from Sarasota and the Orioles spring camp.