Garceau: Orioles And American Leagues Biggest 2016 SurprisesHere are three Orioles that qualify as 2016 surprises.
Garceau: Here’s How The Ravens Get BetterHere are three areas where the Ravens need to get better if they plan to compete with the Steelers and Bengals at the top of the AFC North.
Garceau: Chris Tillman Is The MVP Right NowThe Orioles haven’t had a 20-game winner since the final day of the 1984 season when Mike Boddicker got to the magic number beating the Red Sox at Fenway Park. Thirty-three years is a long time but Chris Tillman is on pace to get to 20 and exceed it.
Garceau: Which Orioles Are All-Star Worthy?Here are six Orioles who’ve earned a trip to San Diego with their 2016 play.
Happy Birthday Buck Showalter - From Scott & JeremyToday is the 60th Birthday of Orioles Manager Buck Showalter...so Scott & Jeremy decided to create a very special Birthday song for the birds skipper.
Garceau: Tunsil And Jack Catch Cold DraftA few weeks ago massive Ole Miss Tackle Laremy Tunsil was the popular choice to be the first pick in the entire draft.
10 Things To Know About Joey RickardHe’s our favorite Orioles player we probably don’t know much about. In an effort to close the gap for his fans we present a closer look at Joey Rickard.
Garceau: Best And Worst Case Scenarios For New RavensThis off-season it’s more like “right player, right now!" Let’s take a look at the three veterans the Ravens have added.
Garceau: Calvin Johnson's Final Class ActCalvin Johnson is a man of his word the retirement papers have been filed and he’ll walk away from the game he so often dominated only 30 years old.
Garceau: NFL's All-Time Greatest Free AgentsThis is Scott Garceau's order for the best free agents signings since the current process started in 1993.
Garceau: Fowler's Fake Flirtation With The OriolesNational baseball writers said there was an agreement, his Cubs teammates sent him messages wishing him well in Baltimore and he spoke to Orioles star Adam Jones about being Baltimore teammates. So what happened?
Garceau: The Case For Tony DungyIn 2002, Dungy took over in Indianapolis, he became the first coach in NFL history to have six straight seasons with 12 or more wins.