105.7 The Fan Favorite Mo Said Throwing The First Pitch Was "Unbelievable"Mo Gaba, a Baltimore Orioles super fan and frequent 105.7 The Fan caller, threw out the first pitch for Kids' Opening Day.
Baysox Manager Gary Kendall Talks Hardy, Joseph & MachadoBaltimore Orioles shortstop J.J. Hardy is currently rehabbing with the Bowie Baysox. Manager Gary Kendall joined Scott and Jeremy to chat about how Hardy looks, catching up with Machado and Schoop and who he thinks could make it to the major leagues soon.
Jim Hunter Comments On Trumbo Trade, Wilson's Work EthicJim Hunter shares his thoughts on the Mark Trumbo deal and how tonight's starter Tyler Wilson worked his way from a late round draft pick to an MLB starter.
Villanova Head Coach Jay Wright Talks Championship WinThe NCAA tournament was about a month ago that coach Jay Wright of Villanova took the win with his Villanova Wildcats.
Rick Dempsey Talks Orioles Power Hitters, Pitching & Pass BallsRick Dempsey was on with Scott Garceau to talk about the Orioles bullpen and the starting pitching.
Darren O'Day Is Ready For The 2016 SeasonDarren O'Day talks with Scott and Jeremy about the upcoming 2016 season.
Ron Borges Previews Patriots-Chiefs MatchupRon Borges with the Boston Herald joined the Scott Garceau Show with Jeremy Conn to help preview this Saturday's Patriots-Chiefs game.
A Very Jerry ChristmasIt's the giving season and Jeremy Conn has some gifts to pass out to some of his closest friends. He threw a Christmas party to pass out the holiday cheer.
Best Of The Scott Garceau Show Week Of 11-30-15
Bob Ehrlich Joins The Scott Garceau ShowFormer Governor, Bob Ehrlich, joined the Scott Garceau Show with Jeremy Conn to talk about the Ravens, Orioles and High School football.
Week 7 Fantasy Advice With Phil GentilePhil Gentile joined the Scott Garceau Show with Jeremy Conn to share his fantasy insights for week 7 in the NFL.
2015 Orioles Recap With Roch KubatkoRoch Kobatko with MASN Sports joined the Scott Garceau Show with Jeremy Conn to recap the Orioles disappointing 2015 season and to look forward to the Orioles off-season.