Top 5 Wildest Sports Callers Of The Week: October 19th-October 23rdThe Top 5 Sports Callers of the week is a weekly installment from CBS Local Sports that will bring you the wildest callers from across the nation.
World Series 2015: Cards And Royals To Square OffThe Wild Card games are done and the Houston Astros and the Chicago Cubs have advanced to the Division Series round in the American and National Leagues.
Discussing Orioles Roster Moves With Dave GinsburgThe big news for the Orioles is the most recent release of Delmon Young and Dave Ginsburg, who covers the MLB for the Associated Press, joined the show to talk about it.
Orioles Look To Split Series Against RangersAfter coming up short on their first attempt, the Texas Rangers should feel confident about clinching their first series win over the Baltimore Orioles in three years.
Chen Looks To Continue Dominance Of RangersWei-Yin Chen has dominated the Texas Rangers in his career, going 4-0 in as many starts with a 1.67 ERA.
Orioles Update With Manager Buck Showalter2014 American League Coach of the Year, manager of the defending AL East Champion Baltimore Orioles and gnome model, Buck Showalter joined the Vinny and Rob Show to give an update on injuries and the state of the team.
Cliff Floyd Talks Baseball With Rob LongFormer big leaguer and current analyst for MLB Network, Cliff Floyd, joined Rob to talk about what it’s like to stand in the batters box at Camden Yards, having "baseball guys" in your organization and comparing Trout to Ken Griffey, Jr.
Orioles-Rangers Begin Four-Game SetTexas has lost seven of their last eight while the Orioles have been on a tear of late, winning seven of their last eight for a league-best 18 wins since June 4.
Behind Enemy Lines: Texas RangersAnthony Andro, who covers the Rangers for Fox Sports, joins the Vinny and Rob Show to give a sneak peek at the Rangers who are in town for a 4-game set starting tonight.
Tom Grieve Previews The Orioles Vs Rangers SeriesRangers color commentator Tom Grieve joined Ed and Steve to preview the O's vs Rangers 4 game series which starts tonight.
30 Players: Odor’s Rapid Rise To Rangers No FlukeNow, at 21 years old with almost a full season under his belt, Odor is ready to prove that it is he who is actually the Rangers’ second baseman of the future.
Baseball's Worst Contracts In 2015Scott and Jeremy break down some of the worst MLB Contracts of 2015 based on Jonah Keri's list on Grantland.com.