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Baltimore Orioles Talk Their listeners have called Section 336 “The Sports Junkies of Baltimore”. Section 336 proclaims themselves to be Baltimore’s best sports talk. However, you don’t have to be a fan of Baltimore to enjoy Section 336. As iTunes reviewers say “ Listening to this show brings back the memories of my childhood..” and “You guys are hysterical. You definitely help a non-stats guy keep up”. Give Section 336 a chance and you will be a weekly listener.
 
Bird’s Eye View is an unofficial Orioles podcast from the perspective of two die-hard fans. Here, we experience the ups and downs of Orioles baseball, and do our fair share of praising and mocking our beloved team. Our position from the cheap seats helps provide that “Bird’s Eye View.” What we bring is perspective. We offer content that will entertain, (very) occasionally inform, and more often than not, validate a little homerism. When it comes to the Orioles, this is your official source f ...
 
The Locked On Orioles Podcast is the daily podcast giving you unrivaled coverage of the Baltimore Orioles. Hosted by Johns Hopkins play-by-play voice and lifelong Orioles fan Connor Newcomb, the podcast dives into news, analysis, stats, and opinion on all the happenings in the Warehouse and at the Yard from your host and special guests. The Locked on Orioles Podcast is part of the Locked On Podcast Network.
 
On The Verge is focused on the Baltimore Orioles, and the Orioles Minor League system. The show is hosted by Bob Phelan, Zach Spedden, and Nick Stevens. The trio give their thoughts on the prospects ascending the ranks. The show is a part of Baltimore Sports and Life (BSL). Show Twitter: BSLOnTheVerge
 
Sports are in everything we do and everywhere we go. They enter places of business and dinner conversations of every kind. 410 Sports Talk is a fans commentary on sports, all sports; Baseball, Basketball, Football, MMA, maybe even golf. Coming to you from Baltimore, Maryland we give you our raw, emotionally driven, hilarious and sometimes unpopular opinions on the local teams while also covering those national headlines that are dominating your office, barbershop or break-room during the wee ...
 
Monday-Friday from noon-1:00, Tom Hall and his guests are talking about what's on your mind, and what matters most to Marylander's, the latest news, local and national politics, education and the environment, popular culture and the arts, sports and science, race and religion, movies and medicine. We welcome your questions and comments. E-mail us at midday@wypr.org
 
Camden Chat is a blog where fans of the Baltimore Orioles gather to talk about the team or anything else. On the podcast, Mark and Stacey (and occasionally others) discuss the team, Major League Baseball in general, and whatever esoteric interest the conversation stumbles across.
 
BMore Wired is the voice of Baltimore sports, where we discuss the state of the Ravens, Orioles, Maryland Terrapins and more sports. Joe Serpico, Editor at The Baltimore Wire, provides the stats, while Scott Rosario, an O's and Terps season ticket holder, brings the laughs from the city we call BMore.
 
Baltimorons is an always passionate, frequently irreverent, and occasionally factual weekly romp through the wild world of O's baseball and sports fandom in general. Your hosts Sam Dingman and Alan Smith are expatriate Birdbrains in Brooklyn, NY, and each week they are joined by fellow fans to marvel at the endless wonders of the cosmic narrative, from Baltimore to Brooklyn and beyond.
 
If baseball isn't your cup of tea, Rounding Third is your half-caff, double-skinny, cinnamon dolce latte with a twist! Written for people who are surrounded by overzealous baseball fans (like us) that want to know JUST enough about what's going on to keep up with the conversation, but don't want to watch David Ortiz spit on his hands for nine hours. It's like "The Daily Show" for baseball, except we don't have Jon Stewart, and it's only once a week. Factual first, funny second, 100% awesome.
 
Every other Monday, we pluck teams from across the sports history continuum and pit them against one another. Each week your hosts will break down what there is to love about two of the greatest teams in history and then match them up against one another. From the all-time greats, to the pros, and to the underclassmen, Ultimate Sports Mashup will bring you it all. Who do you think will be the Ultimate Champion?
 
Blue Wire's Chase Thomas hosts the best daily sports podcast today with a stacked rotating guest list of sportswriters you know and love from ESPN, Sports Illustrated, The Athletic, The Ringer, Bleacher Report, SB Nation, along with other sports-media figures, current and former athletes and coaches, front-office guys and Chase's close friends and family members who put may or may not put up with him just to get on the podcast.
 
Each week on “Hello, Old Sports” Andrew and Dan Neumann examine a different sports history topic—baseball, basketball, football, hockey, boxing, and anything else that comes to mind. We’ll travel back to 1920 to relive the founding of the Negro Leagues and Babe Ruth’s first season with the New York Yankees. Or to 1967 to relive the closing drive of the “Ice Bowl” between the Green Bay Packers and the Dallas Cowboys. Maybe even all the way back to 1884 and the first “World Series” between the ...
 
Muneesh Jain and Anthony Rapp are joined by baseball fans to chat about the game and teams they love. Muneesh is a lifelong fan of the Detroit Tigers. Anthony is a die hard Cubs fan. Together they want to learn more about the rabid fandom that exists within the 28 other MLB franchises. Notable guests from all walks of life will let us all in to the special connections they have to their home town team. For more, please visit clubhousepodcast.com. The Clubhouse is recorded at the Bergino Base ...
 
Find out what develops Champions and how to apply those lessons to your life. Join Strength & Performance coaches, Leslie Trujillo and Kim Jones, in conversations about inspiring journeys from the most talented coaches, world-class-athletes and influential professionals in their fields. Learn about what it takes to improve performance and succeed in the athletics, coaching, and health fields. New episode every Monday!
 
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Host Connor Newcomb answers your Baltimore Orioles questions on another 'Mailbag' episode. Today's listener questions: 1) If the Orioles got the same offer for each player, would they rather trade Cedric Mullins or Austin Hays? 2) Will Buck Britton be the Orioles next manager at the big league level? Then, Connor previews the upcoming three-game we…
 
Zach, Nick, and Bob talk about Baseball America naming Grayson Rodriguez the best pitching prospect in baseball. They also discuss if we think Kyle Bradish will make it to the major leagues this season, just how much of a riser Johnny Rizer is in our rankings, and why TT Bowens has a case for having the best name in the organization (sorry Jordan C…
 
Hello Old Sports is part of the Sports History Network - The Headquarters For Your Favorite Sport's Yesteryear. EPISODE SUMMARY Special guest Mike Petty joins us this week to talk about his favorite team, the Baltimore Orioles. First we cover some of the highs and lows of the first forty years: the move from St. Louis, the glory days of the 1970's,…
 
David and Dan reunite after an episode apart and muse about whether there's any reason to rush Byron Buxton back into the lineup of this bad baseball team, which just lost two of three to the lowly Orioles. They discuss the latest iteration of the Twins outfield, and Dan criticizes as 'wishy-washy' David's latest idea for a rule modification. Does …
 
On this weekend’s episode of the Imma Tell It Like It T-I-IS podcast, Jai Shields recaps the 2 elimination games from the NBA Play-In Tournament & previews the 1st round matchups of the 2021 NBA Playoffs. Later, Jai sounds off on his 2021 Baltimore Orioles who are “offensive to the senses” to watch on a daily basis. --- Send in a voice message: htt…
 
Blue Wire's Chase Thomas is joined by Fangraphs' Jon Tayler to talk about the Yankees looking to add some left-handed batters soon, the Braves losing Ynoa, the Dodgers' injuries piling up, more praise for Ohtani, an interesting piece on Richard Rodriguez and why most prospects don't pan out. Plus, a conversation about the Baltimore Orioles with Bal…
 
We open this segment with the music of jazz pianist Bill Charlap, recorded live at Keystone Korner, one of the great jazz clubs in the country, which is right here in Baltimore’s Harbor East neighborhood. The proprietor of Keystone Korner is Todd Barkan. He was the 2018 recipient of the distinguished NEA Jazz Master award, and for decades, he’s bee…
 
Tom's first guest today is Jim Hunter. He was the voice of the Baltimore Orioles for 24 years. The team has been in a rebuilding mode for some time now, and that rebuild included a complete revamp of its broadcast team last January, when Jim and six of his colleagues in the Os broadcast booth were swapped out for a new team. Jim is now contributing…
 
The Bronx Bombers lived up to their name, though the Bomba Squad roared back in the 9th inning to steal Game 3 and avoid the sweep. The Twins get a big series from Nelson Cruz, Miguel Sano and Jorge Polanco, but once again the starting pitching is suspect. David and Dan discuss Randy Dobnak's poor outing and what Rocco Baldelli should do with the r…
 
Fellow UNG alumni Matt Green sits down with Chase Thomas to talk about the upcoming changes to the college football playoff, UGA's title chances in 2021, in how the Iowa Hawkeyes are set up for 2021, Luke McCaffery leaving Louisville, some mailbag questions, and much more. Plus, a deep dive into Texas Tech with Red Raider Sports' Brandon Solis and …
 
It's time for another visit with Midday theater critic J. Wynn Rousuck, who joins Tom today with her review of Palestinian/Irish playwright Hannah Khalil's Scenes From 73* Years. The play is a complex tapestry of stories about daily life in Palestine since the state of Israel was established in 1948. The streaming production, utilizing a large cast…
 
If you’re headed down the ocean this weekend, as the saying goes, it’s almost a sure bet that depending on what time you leave to head east over the Chesapeake Bay Bridge to Kent Island, you will spend part of the time during your trip snarled in traffic. And if you live on the Eastern or Western Shore, your commute or your drive doing errands will…
 
Host Connor Newcomb compares the Baltimore Orioles 2021 season to the 2020 season at the 60-game mark and looks at how some of the numbers are surprisingly similar. Then, Connor discusses MLB's effort to get "sticky stuff" out of the game and how it could impact the Orioles and possibly John Means. But first, Connor recaps the Orioles 14-1 loss to …
 
Jai Shields sounds off on New York Yankees’ SP Gerrit Cole for avoiding to answer the question of whether or not he uses SpiderTack to doctor his pitches as well as MLB for their ongoing “cheating epidemic” that is continuing wrecking their sport. Also, Jai rants about the Floyd Mayweather/Logan Paul fight that was on Sunday night. Later, Shields g…
 
Blue Wire's Chase Thomas is joined by The Step Back's Gerald Bourguet to talk about the Suns figuring it out against Los Angeles, how they beat the Nuggets in Game 1, the development of DeAndre Ayton, how Monty has schemed in the playoffs, the Pacers firing Nate Bjorkgren after one year, the Trail Blazers going with Chauncey Billups potentially and…
 
For decades, the term “Critical Race Theory” was known only to law professors and historians, but lately, it’s been all over the news. CRT was first introduced more than 40 years ago by legal scholars Derrick Bell, Kimberlé Crenshaw and Richard Delgado. The theory holds, basically, that racism is not simply a matter of inter-personal animus. Rather…
 
Host Connor Newcomb recaps the Baltimore Orioles 10-3 win over the New York Mets from Tuesday night and gives you the five things you need to know from the victory, with thoughts on Bruce Zimmermann, Cedric Mullins, Tyler Wells, and others. Then, Connor breaks down the Orioles roster moves from Tuesday, including the reinstatement of Mac Sceroler f…
 
This week, Justin is joined by 14-year MLB veteran shortstop, Orioles hall of farmer and former broadcaster Mike Bordick. Justin and Mike talk about Mike's road to the big leagues, what it was like taking over for Cal Ripken Jr., and the work Mike is doing now as the Chairman of the Board of Directors for "The League of Dreams" non-profit organizat…
 
Tom's guest today is Calvin Butler, the Senior Executive Vice President of the energy company, Exelon and the Chief Executive Officer of Exelon Utilities, a group of six Exelon companies that includes BGE. Mr. Butler is also the Chair of the Board of Directors of the Greater Baltimore Committee, a network of business and non-profit CEOs, university…
 
Host Connor Newcomb is joined by Millard Shane Thomas, the Host of Locked on Diamondbacks, to talk about the Baltimore Orioles latest waiver claim — INF Domingo Leyba. Connor and Millard talk: -Leyba going 0-for-22 at the plate with the Diamondbacks this season -His 80-game PED suspension in 2020 -What he did at the plate when he was having success…
 
Coming up a little later in today's program, Dr. Gigi Gronvall, a senior scholar at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security, joins us to discuss the latest news about the coronavirus. But Tom's first guest today is Beth Benner. She’s the Executive Director of the Women’s Housing Coalition. With the rates of vaccination against COVID 19 slippin…
 
Tom's next guest is Dr. Gigi Gronvall, an immunologist and senior scholar with The Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security, part of the Bloomberg School of Public Health. She joins us to discuss what we know - and what we still need to know - about the origins of the SARS CoV-2 virus. What is the evidence that the virus originated in a lab, instea…
 
Host Connor Newcomb recaps the Baltimore Orioles series victory over the Cleveland Indians and gives his three big takeaways from the weekend's games: 1) The John Means injury is a cause for concern 2) Cedric Mullins needs to be in the All-Star Game 3) It looks like Ryan Mountcastle is finally heating up at the plate Support Us By Supporting Our Sp…
 
David and Dan discuss the Twins 2-2 split against the Kansas City Royals. Dan continues to poke fun at David's insistence on reworking the way wins are calculated, and David continues to mock Dan's roller coaster relationship with Miguel Sano. The boys have little to say negatively about Rocco's recent management and some surprising names make thei…
 
#RavensFlock #BaltimoreRavens #NFL #Ravens #Julio Jones Trade #Titans WR Julio Jones traded to the Titans, how worried should Ravens and other AFC fans be right now? SUPPORT US: https://www.patreon.com/410sportstalk SWAG: https://410-sports-talk.creator-spring.com/By James Haskell and Glenn Martin
 
#RavensFlock #BaltimoreRavens #NFL #Ravens #Deon Cain #WR Talent Could WR Deon Cain be more than just a dark horse candidate to make the Ravens roster Contributor? SUPPORT US: https://www.patreon.com/410sportstalk SWAG: https://410-sports-talk.creator-spring.com/By James Haskell and Glenn Martin
 
Jai Shields opens up this weekend’s episode with recapping the LA Lakers and Portland Trail Blazers season-ending home losses on Thursday night; as well as previewing the Association’s 2nd round playoff matchups. Later, Jai gives his thoughts on MLB’s newest cheating scandal involving the league’s pitchers illegally doctoring baseballs.--- Send in …
 
To round out the program today, Midday theater critic J. Wynn Rousuck joins Tom with her review of playwright Dominique Morisseau's Pipeline. It's a powerful new drama about a mother whose dreams for her son's education clash with the systemic racism in the schools that she believes are rigged to ensure her son fails. The virtual production, starri…
 
It's Midday at the Movies, our monthly look at films, filmmaking and the movie experience. Today Tom is joined once again by Jed Dietz, the founding director of the Maryland Film Festival. Midday's other regular movie maven, Washington Post film critic Ann Hornaday, is away this week. Jed and Tom discuss some of the highlights of the recent Marylan…
 
On Tuesday, Governor Larry Hogan became the 25th Republican Governor across the country to end federal enhanced pandemic benefits for people who are out of work. Some businesses are facing worker shortages, a problem the Governor described as critical, and he said that with jobs and vaccines now in good supply, the benefits are no longer needed. Th…
 
Host Connor Newcomb is joined by Patrick Jones, the Hitting Coach for the Delmarva Shorebirds, to talk about his journey to the Orioles and all the success the Shorebirds have had at the plate this season. Patrick talks: -How he went from college player to private hitting coach and podcast host to the Orioles system -How much better he thinks Gunna…
 
Jai Shields opens up a new episode of the Imma Tell It Like It T-I-IS podcast with his thoughts on the New York Knicks getting eliminated on Wednesday night, the Miami Heat getting swept, Luka’s historic 1st-round performances vs the LA Clippers, Damian Lillard’s historic 55-point performance vs Denver on Tuesday night, & so much more. Shields also…
 
Now, an update on a story we’ve been following for more than a year. Despite efforts by local journalists, non-profits, and a wealthy businessman to acquire the Baltimore Sun from the Tribune Company, it has been sold instead to a New York Hedge Fund, Alden Global Capital. This is a worst-case scenario nightmare for those who want to see the Sun re…
 
It’s Midday with the Mayor. Baltimore City Mayor Brandon Scott joins host Tom Hall for another of their monthly live conversations about key issues on the Mayor's agenda. After another violent Memorial Day weekend, the Mayor remains committed to a multi-pronged approach to violence reduction. Progress, however is slow. The City is strategizing on h…
 
Host Connor Newcomb answers your Baltimore Orioles questions on another 'Mailbag' episode. Today's question: "How excited should we get about hot starts for minor-leaguers like JD Mundy, Toby Welk, and Nick Vespi?" Connor talks: -Mundy's hit tool has already gotten him promoted to High-A -Welk has hit this well for his entire baseball career -Vespi…
 
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