The O’s are actually playing games… kind of… So Jerry trekked to Sarasota to catch up with the team, including Jason’s favorite member of the organization. The Florida trip also hooked the podcast up with an Oriole legend with some unbelievable stories about his time with the club, Don Stanhouse.
The guys have been talking about this ever since their trip to the Warehouse… John Angelos makes his second appearance and he delivers his unique perspective on his team, the world of baseball, and well…the world. The Executive Vice President of the Orioles is always very generous with his time on the pod, so the guys get all of the usual business out of the way first then dive deep with John.
The former All Star shooting guard for the Baltimore Bullets and current Wizards broadcaster breaks down the Wiz’s season like few can. He also gets historical about the days of the franchise being in Baltimore and his life in the city. The guys would never leave out Bmore’s two true organizations, and really focus on their offseason.
The Baltimore Legend drops by now that football season is in the books to talk about LI, his time in Bmore, and what the future holds for him. Unlike some of his peers as a player, Ed did not seek as much publicity and rarely sat down for full interviews with the media, but he did not mince words with the guys. You have to hear some of his takes on the state of the NFL.
The guys switch roles this week as Jason is on the road instead of Jerry. The events of both of their recent trips come up as topics, but the guys focus on what’s going down in Houston and how the teams in MD are doing, whether they are playing or not.
Bmore has been getting a taste of spring weather, so the guys get ready for bat cracks and called strike three’s with one of the O’s top prospects, Trey Mancini. He has a lot of fun with the guys talking about his stint in the show, his offseason, and his role coming into Spring.
What’s working behind the scenes to bring our favorite Bmore sports teams into our homes on all the different platforms we have available to us? A former marketing exec for the O’s and Rangers, Marty Conway, joins to shed some light on what drives the marketing engine and what the future could hold for Baltimore’s franchises.
The new year is supposed to bring hope and new beginnings, and all of Baltimore was hoping for that with their sports teams. Bart Scott sheds some light on what to expect from the Ravens after hearing the brass talk about the off season. More of the same to come in Bmore? The guys break it all down for you.
Tough year…. A tough year for Bmore, but the guys are up for taking a look back. They start with the most recent disappointment, and work their way back through it all
You know this podcast won’t mince words, and neither do the defensive generals of the Ravens and Steelers, Eric Weddle and Mike Mitchell. Get up close to the Christmas Day rivalry game and personal with two of the most outspoken players that will play on Heinz Field.