Jon Morosi, who covers Major League Baseball for Fox Sports, joined the Scott Garceau Show with Jeremy Conn and Jason La Canfora to cover the big deals that have been handed out over the past week in free agency, and to give his thoughts on where key Orioles free agents could land.
Roch Kubatko from MASN sports joins The Scott Garceau Show with Jeremy Conn and Jason La Canfora to discuss the Orioles offseason moves.
Jason Catania of Bleacher Report joined the Scott Garceau Show with Jeremy Conn and Jason La Canfora to update the MLB hot stove which has been starting to heat up after a couple of signings and a blockbuster trade.
Jason La Canfora and Terry Ford discuss a variety of topics in their weekly podcast series. Check out episodes 10 and 11 from this week.
Dan Connolly of the Baltimore Sun joined Bob and Glenn to discuss Buck Showalter being named AL Manager of the Year and talk about the possible moves this offseason for the Orioles.
Brittany Ghiroli joined Ed and Steve to talk about upcoming Orioles free agents and if they’ll be able to keep any of them.
It’s the second time Markakis has been honored (2011, 2014), the third for Hardy (2012-14) while Jones wrapped up his fourth Gold Glove (2009, 2012-14).
Three Orioles players — J.J. Hardy, Adam Jones and Nick Markakis earn Major League Baseball’s Golden Glove Award for defensive excellence.
Steve Melewski from MASNSports.com joined Bob and Glenn on sports Rehab to discuss Orioles Free agency and the Baseball America rankings of prospects in the O’s farm system.
It would be a shame if the Baltimore Orioles allowed their final four games to overshadow what they accomplished during the previous 165.
With the Orioles still ensconced in the playoffs, it seems the team will likely have to make one-year calls on both players, and word is the team plans to extend a $15.3 million qualifying offer to Cruz, but decline Markakis’ $17.5 million option.
As the Orioles prepare to play in their first American League Champion Series since 1997, the brass of the franchise extended J.J. Hardy’s contract for an additional three seasons.