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Today is Wednesday October 6th, 2021 and this week on the Birdland BS Show - Ravens handle business at Mile High, and piss some people off on the way out - It's back home for a month, as the Colts return to Baltimore for MNF - The Terps are humbled again on Friday night in Primetime, and lose their best player for the year - It's a wrap down at Camden Yards, as the Orioles wrap up the #1 overall pick for 2022
Ken and DVR wonder if the Cardinals will lose another game in 2021 and examine the final week of action in the battle for the NL West, the down ballot cases for the NL MVP award, before opening up the mailbag for another batch of questions. -What was the biggest surprise among NL second-half collapses? -Is a shorter regular season a realistic long-term possibility? -Why are managers from the Steroid Era in the Hall of Fame? -Should the Hall of Fame focus entirely on candidates' on-field resumés? -When might Camden Yards get to host another All-Star Game? -After the Rays and A's, which team will be next to get a new park? -Is the Rays' split-city plan with Montreal feasible? To be a part of next week's episode call the voicemail at 646-543-7072 or email email@example.com. Follow Ken on Twitter: @Ken_Rosenthal Follow Derek on Twitter: @DerekVanRiper Save 50% on a subscription to The Athletic by visiting theathletic.com/baseballshow Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Sho Alli and Josh Goldberg break down the Blue Jays' 22-7 win (yes, that's the correct score) over the Orioles at Camden Yards. They discuss the offensive explosion, Teoscar Hernandez blowing by the 100 RBI mark for the season, Steven Matz being ranked over Hyun-jin Ryu in the rotation, what to do about Trent Thornton, […]
A shortened show due to the Orioles game against the Angels this afternoon, and Bram starts with just that - Baltimore winning 2 in a row, Callow actually going to the game and the difference between Camden Yards and Nats Park. Then, Bram jumps right into WFT/Ravens as today's #tbt is the Ravens last preseason loss, plus how the rest of the roster is looking after another move today. A look at Henrik Lundqvist as he revealed he was 3 days away from returning to the Capitals. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Gavin Weir, South Dakota LLWS star with his 2ND no-hitter of 2021 LLWS. Cole Beasley stick to football. Yanks going for 12 straight tonight in Oakland. Mets are 2-10 last twelve and first time this year four games under .500. Orioles ended their nineteen game losing streak last night vs Angels and going for two in a row today in a matinee at Camden Yards. Ohtani did hit his 41st HR today.
The Tampa Bay Rays now have a commanding four game lead in the American League East after sweeping the Baltimore Orioles for the second time this season at Camden Yards. The good vibes are continuing and we're here to vibe with it as we welcome back to the podcast Max O'Toole from our RTR team to talk about his thoughts of the series, plus we preview the upcoming Red Sox series at Fenway Park and more! Also, our shirt giveaway and partnership with Smack Apparel is now LIVE so make sure to check our pinned tweet and newest Instagram post for more information! Thanks so much for listening and be sure to follow RTR on social media @RaysTheRoofTB, our Twitch: RaysTheRoofTwitch, our YouTube channel: Rays The Roof, and our website, raystherooftb.com. As always, Rays Up! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
On this Monday Glenn Clark Radio, Glenn and Kyle Ottenheimer talk Ravens, Orioles and more. At 10:40, former Terps pitcher Sean Burke calls in to talk about being drafted in the third round by the Chicago White Sox. At 11:30, 105.7 The Fan's Jeremy Conn joins us to talk about his weekend gambling, his time at Camden Yards for Mo Gaba's Orioles Hall of Fame induction and more.
Ryan Wagner (he/him) is a proud native of the Baltimore area, having grown up in Baltimore City and attending high school in Harford County. After receiving a degree in Musical Theatre from Frostburg State University, Ryan spent the first part of his professional life as a stage actor in New York City performing in hundreds of shows both in New York and around the country. Following a stint on a Broadway National Tour, Ryan spent a year hosting the MLB Fan Cave, a digital and social media project for Major League Baseball. That experience was followed immediately by a return to Baltimore, where Ryan was hired in 2012 to be the next voice of Oriole Park at Camden Yards, a position he held through the 2020 season. Ryan lives in Hampden with his wife, Amy, and their two pets. One of the first people hired at the Guinness Open Gate Brewery in Baltimore County, Ryan serves as the brewery's National Ambassador, supporting the growth of the Open Gate Brewery and all Guinness initiatives nationwide in a variety of ways - always working from our pillars of Quality, Integrity, and Passion. His main areas of focus are developing training and education programming for internal staff and consumers, building on and celebrating our culture and heritage, acting as spokesperson for media and PR requests, leading our efforts in regard to beer quality both within the brewery and at retail, focusing on providing memorable and engaging industry hospitality, assisting with product commercialization and sales, and acting in a support role across various other areas. At the heart of it all is a passionate and energetic desire to share the spirit of Guinness with friends new and old, with his love for laughter and storytelling guiding the way.Please subscribe, rate, and review our show on iTunes.Follow us on Twitter and InstagramBe sure to check out our other podcasts:Mastermind Team's Robcast - Mastermind Team's Robcast is an irreverent and hilarious podcast covering all things pop culture and weird news. Let's Watch It Again - Let's Watch It Again is a movie review podcast from MTR The Network.★ Support this podcast ★
The Nationals lost 5-3 in Baltimore for a third consecutive defeat. Al & Mark start with the troubled state of team as they are limping into the trade deadline. Should they sell and if so, who should they sell off?(12:37) Max Scherzer was scratched from his scheduled start due to triceps discomfort. Did any of this have to do with the impending trade deadline?(22:05) Matt Harvey pitched like the New York form of himself, not the current one. Which version of the Nats offense will we see for the remainder of the season?(27:07) Carter Kieboom is back with Washington after Jordy Mercer was placed on the IL. Kieboom did not start, but had two late at bats, including a run scored after being hit by a pitch. Will he be starting or coming off the bench while in the big leagues?
The Nationals lost their series opener at Camden Yards 6-1 to the Orioles. It was a busy night for Mark as he made his debut hosting the pre & postgame shows on MASN and he tells Al all about it. They then dissect why Josh Bell got the nod in the field and Ryan Zimmerman was the DH, as opposed to Zim starting at 1B. Bell provided the only offense of the night with a tape measure shot, his third homer of the week.(16:26) Andrew Stevenson got another start in CF on Friday night. Has Robles been benched? Is this a platoon? Is it a bit more complicated than that?(21:38) Patrick Corbin had another bad outing despite pitching well in the opening innings. Is his spot in the rotation in jeopardy?(27:47) Stephen Strasburg again felt discomfort in his neck and will likely see another specialist. Al puts into perspective just how disastrous this contract might end up being for Washington.(35:28) An update on Cade Cavali straight from the Voice of the "Harrisburg Senators Terry Byrom". A link to Terry's radio broadcast is located on the team's website.(38:44) Friday was the one year anniversary of the Nationals most unusual Opening Day vs. the Yankees. Mark relays what that bizarre evening felt like as everything that could have gone wrong, seemingly did go wrong.
Deion Sanders is demanding the same respect as Nick Saban - Bram and Callow think it's a joke. Plus, Bram's first game with his kids at Camden Yards was almost ruined. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
RUSH: Snerdley actually reminded me of this in the break. When the Republicans won the House in 1994, they had their orientation at Camden Yards, the ballpark in Baltimore. I was invited to address the freshman class of the 1994 Republican congressional caucus, because those freshmen members in large part thought that I was responsible for their victory given the program at the time and discussing their candidacies all over the country and so forth. They made me an honorary member of the freshman class of 1994, actually '95 when they were inaugurated. They asked me to come down and make a speech to them. I went down there to the Camden Yards. This was on C-SPAN, and I got up, and one of the things I said to them was, ?Do not fall for the temptation that the media here in this town is happy that you won and happy that you're here. They are not. This is a Democrat-run town. It's a liberal-run town, and you have gotten in the way of the natural order of things — and as such, you are going to be treated accordingly. You are going to continue to be treated, really, as the minority.? For the rest of today's Rush transcript, click here: https://www.rushlimbaugh.com/daily/2007/03/06/this_is_what_happens_when_republicans_talk_to_the_media/ Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Bizarre games in Houston, CitiField, Camden Yards and Target Field... plus the Reds look like champs and the Phillies bullpen (!!!!) saved the day. Yeah, this has been a strange finale before the break Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Fully Loaded Chew Fully Loaded Chew is offering LOCKED ON “TEAM” listeners a special offer – Right now you can try a can for just $1. Go to www.fullyloadedchew.com and use promo code: “LockedOn” Freshly Right now, Freshly is offering our listeners $40 off your first two orders when you go to Freshly.com/LockedOn Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Sho Alli and Josh Goldberg break down the Blue Jays' 10-2 win over the Orioles at Camden Yards. They discuss the team playing through the sweltering heat, if that perhaps contributed to Hyun-jin Ryu only throwing 86 pitches before getting the hook, plus a price check on Lourdes Gurriel Jr as the trade deadline nears. […]
Rob Wong and Sho Alli break down the Blue Jays' 7-5 loss to the Orioles at Camden Yards. They discuss the usage of Trent Thornton in a high-leverage spot, and the trade that sent Rowdy Tellez off to Milwaukee in exchange for a pair of relievers. Kevin Barker stops by to discuss Steven Matz's second […]
Justin and Patrick are back to break down another series of Toronto Blue Jays baseball. The Jays were able to win 2 of 3 against the Tampa Bay Rays over the weekend on the heels of strong pitching from Alek Manoah, Ross Stripling and Robbie Ray. Bo Bichette was selected as an All-Star reserve and will join his teammates Vladimir Guerrero Jr, Marcus Semien and Teoscar Hernandez at the midsummer classic in Denver where his father Dante spent most of his MLB career. Manoah was electric in his start as he mowed down 10 Rays via strike out and didn't allow a run. George Springer went deep twice in the series and Santiago Espinal hit his 1st career MLB home run too! Adam Cimber has made a great first impression by throwing up zeroes thus far. The Jays hit the road this week with stops at Camden Yards and the Trop. The guys break down the pitching matchups and provide some criticism on the Jays not starting to right handed pitcher against the Orioles. With only 6 games to go before the All-Star Break this week is crucial for a Jays team trying to climb the American League standings.
In this special, featured edition of "Shot Glass Diaries," Ian invites the best man from his wedding, Mike Cook on to the show. In what was just going to be the story of the two of them attending the Colts vs. Ravens 2013 Wild Card Playoff game at M&T Bank Stadium in Cook's hometown of Baltimore, Ian and Cook also reminisce about some other times they "balled out" in B-More including some Orioles games in Camden Yards as well as the story of Cook's bachelor party that, until "The Hangover" came out, was too crazy to believe!Follow the show on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram @IanStrongWords. You can also email the show at StrongWordsPodcast@gmail.com.Don't forget to like, follow, subscribe, leave a rating, write a review, and share the social media posts and spread the strong words! Please and thank you!
Sho Alli and Josh Goldberg break down the Blue Jays' 7-4 win over the Orioles for a series victory at Camden Yards. They discuss Reese McGuire's terrific day, plus Hyun-jin Ryu going seven strong innings. Ben Wagner stops by to discuss the seemingly imminent return of George Springer, the outing by Ryu, and also takes […]
Sho Alli and Josh Goldberg break down the Blue Jays' 10-7 comeback win over the Orioles, snapping their five-game losing streak at Camden Yards. After discussing the Bo Bichette at-bat in the ninth that sparked the rally, former Blue Jays pitcher Ricky Romero stops by to chat about Jordan Romano going two innings and gives […]
Back from his trip to a cicada-filled Camden Yards, Tim Britton chats with Ted Berg about David Peterson's struggles and the questions regarding the Mets' rotation. They also discuss Pete Alonso's comments on MLB's changing of the baseball and some positive injury updates. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Pottymouth's Red Sox household welcomes a Yankees fan interloper, and Patti faces the I'm from Cleveland but named the kid for Camden Yards dilemma for the weekend series. Classic boyfriends do us proud, with Kiké's bat coming alive, Albert Pujols climbing up the all time lists, Christian Yelich proving blonde bats have more fun, and Cedric Mullins going 5-5. Patti's current Os BF, Ryan Mountcastle, earns AL player of the week, and she serves as back-up mom at Bobby “The Assassin” Bradley's second “debut.” Pottymouth's outfield takes a hit with both Trent Grisham and Kyle Lewis on the IL. Way too many players are getting hit in the face by baseballs -- this time two pitchers, Tyler Zombro and Ryan Braiser -- end up in the hospital.Don't worry, the Cleveland team has narrowed down its options for new names to 1200. We're getting there! MLB will likely release their plan for enforcement of the “no foreign substances” rule shortly, which may include multiple checks on pitchers in a single start, and suspensions for those caught in the act. Also in the Police Blotter, Bob Brenly says the right things in his apology for his durag remark about Marcus Stroman, but his track record of blowing dog whistles undermines our confidence. Marcelle Ozuna is out on bail and the Atlanta team may be stuck paying his contract no matter what the domestic abuse investigations show.Team USA qualifies for the Olympics with a stellar performance by Todd Frazier and players drawn from MLB prospects and old-timers. Cuba fails to qualify for the first time ever. Taiwan withdraws from contention. The remaining spots go to Israel, South Korea, Mexico, host country Japan, and the winner of the final qualifier later this month in Mexico. Vote your All-Star ballot, give all your money to DC Girls Baseball, and send hopes and prayers for Patti's failing fantasy team.Wash your hands, wear your masks, watch your distance, get your vaccine as soon as you can, and fight the man. Find us on Twitter @ncibpodcast, on Facebook @nocryinginbball, Instagram @nocryinginbball and on the Interweb at nocryinginbball.com. Please take a moment to subscribe to the show, and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to NCiB. Become a supporter at Patreon to help us keep doing what we do. Say goodnight, Pottymouth.
SVP & Stanford Steve chat about Steve’s trip to Camden Yards with his 3 daughters on Monday. Then, the Clippers are coming alive thanks to SVP, Dame Lillard is on fire and can the Bucks hang with the Nets. Plus, a look at the relationship between the media and athletes. Finally, Scott on the Spot and Here’s What I Hate.
Today on the show: The Orioles held a homerun derby at Camden Yards last night vs Rays Baseball's stupid unwritten rules have to stop - White Sox vs Twins the latest example Manny Machado is the subject of another "controversial" play on the base paths Jayson Tatum dominated the Wizards as the Celtics advance as the 7 seed Alex is furious with YouTubeTv because they made him miss the second half of the Wizards game Follow the show on Twitter: @BmoreSportsPubLike us on Facebook: Baltimore Sports PubDon't forget to subscribe, rate and review on Apple Podcasts & Spotify !Thanks for having a seat in The Pub! For more visit Baltimoresportspub.com
The Ravens 2021 schedule dropped today so the boys are here to dish their takes on that. The Yankees come to Camden Yards this weekend so we had our friend @JJFromTheBronx on to discuss Baltimore. And the usual segments including a new partner alert! Promo code "Exit52" at FedThrill.com for all your MDW sunglasses needs.
The episode features Eric Engels , Sales Manager at Camden Yards Steel. Hear him talk on how he made his way through the steel industry and learning things along the way. Catch his story on our latest podcast.
Director of Player Development Matt Blood joins Brett Hollander and Geoff Arnold to talk about the excitement around the start of the MiLB season, evaluating players in the Orioles’ system, and which prospects he anticipates seeing at Camden Yards this season. Orioles Insider and MASNsports.com writer Roch Kubatko stopped by to talk about Dean Kremer, Bruce Zimmermann, and the competitiveness of the current roster
Visit our website BeautifulIllusions.org for a complete set of show notes and links to almost everything discussed in this episodeSelected References:2:19 - The Yankees beat the Indians 1-0 in Game 3 of the 2017 American League Division Series, see “2017 American League Division Series (ALDS) Game 3, Indians at Yankees” (Baseball Reference) and 2017 ALDS Game 3 Highlights3:25 - Boston Red Sox at New York Yankees Box Score, August 2, 20193:34 - Yankee Stadium3:36 - We always park at the Harlem River North Lot, exit 6 off of I-87S (The Major Deegan Expressway)3:55 - It was Adam Ottavino4:52 - Watch Gleyber Torres' Grand Slam vs Red Sox | August 2, 20195:28 - Torres' grand slam leads Yankees to a 4-2 win | Red Sox-Yankees Game Highlights 8/2/19 (YouTube)8:50 - Written in 1908, “Take Me Out to the Ballgame” is the baseball anthem traditionally sung during the 7th inning stretch - listen to a 1908 recording and watch legendary Cubs announcer Harry Caray famously lead the singing at Wrigley Field9:18 - See “New York Yankees Team History & Encyclopedia” from Baseball Reference, the “History of the New York Yankees” Wikipedia entry, or the “New York Yankees” entry from Baseball Almanac9:45 - Thurman Munson, an avid amateur pilot, died on August 2, 1979 attempting to land his personal plane and crashing short of the runway - see “8/02/1979 - Thurman Munson dies in crash” (SBNation, 2010), “40 years on, Thurman Munson's death remains one of sports' most stunning moments” (Yahoo! Sports, 2019), and “Remembering the Great Thurman Munson 40 Years After His Tragic Death” (How They Play, 2020)10:05 - Watch Billy Martin and Reggie Jackson almost come to blows in the dugout at Fenway Park after Martin pulled Jackson from the game, which the Red Sox won 10-4, see “June 18, 1977: When Reggie Jackson and Billy Martin clashed at Fenway” (Sporting News, 2019) and “New York Yankees at Boston Red Sox Box Score, June 18, 1977” (Baseball Reference)14:44 - The Red Sox beat the Yankees 11-0 on Saturday September 6, 2003 at Yankee Stadium, see “Boston Red Sox at New York Yankees Box Score, September 6, 2003” (Baseball Reference)16:05 - The Yankees didn’t trade for Jason Giambi, they signed him to a seven-year, $120 million dollar free agent contract in December of 2001, see “Giambi tops Yankees' arsenal of new additions” (ESPN, 2001)16:18 - The Yankees traded Alfonso Soriano for Alex Rodriguez in February of 2004, see “Trades Of The Decade: A-Rod For Soriano” (MLB Trade Rumors, 2009) and “The great A-Rod trade robbery” (Bronx Pinstripes, 2020)16:34 - Oriole Park at Camden Yards opened in 1992 and was innovative and influential for being the first of the “retro” style ballparks that , see “Three Movements in New Retro Ballpark Construction” (Ballpark Ratings)20:06 - See Wikipedia’s list of current Major League Baseball stadiums and the slightly out of date article “MLB Ballparks, From Oldest to Newest” (Ballpark Digest, 2017)20:46 - See “The Steroids Era” (ESPN, 2012) and the Wikipedia entry on “doping in baseball”, also check out what is shaping up to be an excellent podcast summation of the era, Crushed from Religion of Sports20:53 - Roger Maris hit 61 home runs in 1961 breaking Babe Ruth’s record of 60 set in 1927, watch the 61st homer with call by the former Yankee shortstop and legendary broadcaster Phil Rizzuto , and see “Roger Maris Breaks the Home Run Record” (History) or “61 Home Runs by Roger Maris” (Baseball Almanac)21:07 - See the “1998 Major League Baseball home run record chase” Wikipedia entry and “The McGwire-Sosa home run chase helped make 1998 one of MLB's wildest seasons ever” (ESPN, 2020)21:10 - The Yankees beat the Red Sox 3-2 at Fenway Park on September 8, 1998, see “New York Yankees at Boston Red Sox Box Score, September 8, 1998” (Baseball Reference)21:44 - Watch Mark McGwire’s 62nd homer of 199822:53 - Listen to Beautiful Illusions Episode 09 - Lying About Santa: Naughty or Nice? from December 202024:38 - The Yankees beat the Red Sox 5-4 in 13 innings at Yankee Stadium on Thursday July 1, 2004, this game is notable for being the famous “Jeter In The Stands” game, and is undoubtedly one of the best Yankees vs Red Sox regular season games of all time, see “July 1, 2004: Best regular season win” (Bronx Pinstripes), “Boston Red Sox at New York Yankees Box Score, July 1, 2004” (Baseball Reference), and watch the Yankees rally and win in the bottom of the 13th28:08 - The 2003 Yankees home opener vs the Minnesota Twins scheduled to be played on Monday April 7, was postponed due to snow and played on Tuesday April 8, the temperature was a balmy 35° at first pitch, the Yankees won 7-3, and Hideki Matsui hit a memorable grand slam in his first game at Yankee Stadium, see “Minnesota Twins at New York Yankees Box Score, April 8, 2003” (Baseball Reference)29:17 - See the referenced "poster" which was indeed created with Microsoft Paint31:27 - The Diamondbacks came back in the bottom of the 9th to beat the Yankees 3-2 in Game 7 of the 2001 World Series, see the winning hit by Luis Gonzalez off of future Hall of Famer, greatest closer of all time, and absolute Yankee legend Mariano Rivera32:08 - See “Baseball History, American History and You” (National Baseball Hall of Fame) and “The National Pastime” (Our Game MLB Blog)33:05 - Watch James Earl Jones in his role as Terence Mann reciting one of the most famous monologues in movie history from 1989’s Field of Dreams, and while you’re at it watch Ray have a catch with his dad, just because...34:06 - See “Why are Sportswriters Whitewashing Baseball’s Dark Secrets?” (The Daily Beast, 2018)34:33 - See “The Legend of Mickey Mantle” (American Heritage, 2019), and with an extreme grain of salt see “Mickey Mantle’s 10 Longest Home Runs” (TheMick.com)34:40 - See “Time in a Bottle” by Mickey Mantle recounting his struggles with alcoholism from the April 1994 issue of Sports Illustrated36:39 - See the 2010 article in Sports Illustrated adapted from her Mickey Mantle biography The Last Boy, by baseball writer and journalist Jane Leavy 42:14 - See “After 1968’s ‘Year of the Pitcher,’ MLB lowered the mound. Now, the league could do it again.” (Washington Post, 2019) and “Four stats that showed why baseball had to lower the mound after 1968” (Cut4, MLB.com)43:27 - The Secret of Our Success by Joseph Henrich43:32 - Listen to Mindscape Episode 128 - Joe Henrich on the Weirdness of the West from January 202144:05 - See “The cultural niche: Why social learning is essential for human adaptation” (Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 2012), “A cultural species: How culture drove human evolution” (American Psychological Association, 2011), and “How Culture Drove Human Evolution” (Edge, 2012)44:42 - Watch “Why chimps don’t play baseball” (Nature YouTube Channel)50:09 - See “Stats to Avoid: Batting Average” (FanGraphs) and “Stat to the Future: Why it's time to stop relying on batting average” (Sporting News)50:16 - See “State of Analytics: How the Movement Has Forever Changed Baseball – For Better or Worse” (Stats Perform) and “Statistics ruined baseball by perfecting it” (The Conversation, 2019)54:02 - The new Yankee Stadium opened in 200955:40 - “My version” of Yankee Stadium was actually the renovated version of the original stadium built in 19231:00 - Listen to Beautiful Illusions Episode 06 - What We Talk About When We Talk About Politics from November 2020 and Episode 13 - What We Talk About When We Talk About Politics Part 2: Just the Facts from April 20201:01:05 - Watch Trumbull, CT win the 1989 Little League World Series by beating Taiwan, 5-2This episode was recorded remotely via Zoom in April 2021The “Beautiful Illusions Theme” was performed by Darron Vigliotti (guitar) and Joseph Vigliotti (drums), and was written and recorded by Darron Vigliotti
On today's episode of Locked On Yankees, Stacey discusses Thursday's frustrating loss to the Orioles and rants a little bit about how the runner on second in extra innings rule does not seem to help the Yankees. She also rants about Tyler Wade's place on the team if he can't even lay down a bunt correctly... Stacey also takes a trip down memory lane by looking at this date in Yankees history where she discovers and remembers a crazy game that occurred in Camden Yards 25 years ago tonight. Stacey also previews the pitching matchups in the Yankees/Tigers series which starts on Friday night in Yankee Stadium. Listen to The Ultimate Mock Draft 2021 presented by Audacy and the Locked On Podcast Network. April 19th-26th. Follow the feed today!Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you’ll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Lori uncorks her Sunday night show by recapping Sunday's baseball in NYC, and says who the one person is on the Yankees right now that is enjoyable to watch and you can count on in clutch moments. Plus, Lori makes a great analogy for the Yankees' upcoming trip to Baltimore at Camden Yards. Also, Lori wonders what Mets team we will get going forward: the crisp, dominant team from Friday and Sunday's games against the Nationals, or the team from Saturday. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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The Red Sox and JD Martinez are SO HOT RIGHT NOW, folks. Today we talk about how impressive it is that the Sox have started the season 6-0, how smart it was that JD decided to rip the IV's out of his arm in the hospital to get to Camden Yards in order to hit 3 homers in the series finale, whether JD has ever been hotter on the Sox than right now, how laughable that out call was on Franchy Cordero, if Hunter Renfroe has gone missing, a heated debate on the true meaning of a Bingo-Bango-Yahtzee, why Tunnel Time might actually be a bad thing, this Sox roster actually having stars unlike Cora alluded to, and close with one of the craziest murder mysteries in baseball history that you have NO CLUE about. All that and much more. Enjoy!
On Friday's Rush, Tony C recaps a tough opening round for most players at the 85th edition of The Masters. Tony also recaps the triumphant return of the Orioles' Trey Mancini to Camden Yards after recovering from stage 3 colon cancer. Joe Shuta has another Rush Friday Feature, as he catches up with former Steelers tight end and current scout Mark Bruener as he prepares for the upcoming NFL Draft. And Tony has a message for all the young athletes out there: Team practice just isn't enough.
Host Connor Newcomb recaps the Baltimore Orioles 7-3 loss to the Boston Red Sox in Thursday's home opener at Camden Yards, and then previews the rest of the weekend series. Connor talks: -Why it's concerning to see Ryan Mountcastle struggle in left field -But also why the Orioles should keep putting him out there -Matt Harvey looked again in his second start -The pitching matchups favor the Orioles in the remainder of the series -Why the bullpens will be the key factor in determining the next two games Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors!Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you’ll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKED15 for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Veteran pitcher Matt Harvey joins Brett Hollander and Geoff Arnold to talk about his journey back from TOS and Tommy John surgeries, his impression on the young pitchers, and being referred the Dark Knight. Orioles Insider and MASNsports.com writer Roch Kubatko stopped by to share his take on injuries and his early season prediction on when Adley Rutschman may appear at Camden Yards.
The boys talk about the hot start by the Orioles as they come home to open their season at Camden Yards. Tom Leonard of Pickles Pub joins the show to discuss the history of Pickles and how the pandemic has affected their business. This week's Starting 5 is Masters Champion Themed. And lastly, and excellent Go Off King by Taylor regarding then MASN streaming (or lack thereof) situation.
Janet Marie Smith, Los Angeles Dodgers' senior vice president of planning and development joins the podcast this week. As a renowned architect & urban planner, she has quite the impressive resume. She's best known in the baseball world for her influential work on Camden Yards, saving Fenway Park and the renovations of Dodger Stadium. We'll chat about the career journey that led her to Los Angeles, why she didn't listen to a rejection letter, and what new features fans can expect to see at Chavez Ravine this season.
It’s chilly and windy and rainy and yucky in much of the listening area today, but believe it or not, spring sprang nearly two weeks ago. Temperatures will be in the 20s tonight, but there are signs that winter is making an exit: today is opening day for Major League Baseball. The Baltimore Orioles are at Fenway Park to play the Boston Red Sox. First pitch is at 2:10 this afternoon. The Os play for the first time at Camden Yards next Thursday, when the Red Sox travel here. Even before the pandemic, baseball lagged behind football and basketball in popularity. And Orioles fans have stayed away in droves for the past few seasons. As the team embarks on year three of its rebuilding program, with COVID by no means in the rear-view mirror, will fans show up to games this season? When the Texas Rangers played an exhibition game at Arlington Stadium Monday, the team allowed more than 40,000 people inside the park. Fewer than 13,000 took them up on their offer. Ten thousand people will be allowed to be at the Preakness next month. But will people post? A new Washington Post – University of MD poll published yesterday gauges interest in and willingness to attend sports events. Today on Midday, it’s Midday on Sports. Tom's guests are: Mark Hyman, the Director of the Shirley Povich Center for Sports Journalism at the University of Maryland/College park's Philip Merrill College of Journalism; and Michael Fletcher, a senior writer at The Undefeated, ESPN’s platform for exploring the intersections of race, sports and culture… Let us know what you think! Are you planning to catch any Os games this year? Are you a Ravens season ticket holder, and if so, what are your expectations about next season? Are you attending an in-person church service on Easter Sunday? As theaters and music venues re-open, will you go to shows, and are you ready to eat inside at restaurants again? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Do you dream about your work making an impact not only in your organization but in your industry and beyond? Janet Marie Smith, an Executive with the Los Angeles Dodgers, has 100% done this throughout her career! Don’t miss the latest episode of Game of Her Own and listen in as Janet Marie drops some wisdom as she shares her journey in sports. Highlight reel of our conversation: -Why she kept calling the CEO of the Orioles until she got a meeting -How confidence played a critical role in her getting her first job in baseball -Why every day is an education for her -Why collaboration is critical to run successful projects -The incredible work she’s done in some of America’s most beloved sporting venues including Camden Yards, Fenway Park, and Dodger Stadium -How she pulled “double duty” for teams -How she balanced always living in Baltimore even when she was working for the Red Sox and Dodgers! Are you enjoying Game of Her Own? Help me spread the word by sharing it with other women in sports so they don’t have to go at it alone! Links: HOK: https://www.hok.com/ Larry Lucchino: https://www.mlb.com/redsox/team/front-office/larry-lucchino Stan Kasten: https://www.mlb.com/dodgers/team/front-office/stan-kasten Connect with Janet Marie: Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/smithjanetmarie/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/SmithJanetmarie Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/smith.janetmarie/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/janet.m.smith.1426 Renowned architect and urban planner Janet Marie Smith is the Los Angeles Dodgers’ senior vice president of planning and development. Since 2012, she has overseen the large-scale improvement and expansion projects at Dodger Stadium and Campo Las Palmas (the club’s home in the Dominican Republic). From modernizing the stadium to incorporating the club’s rich history into the ballpark experience, Smith’s fan-friendly touches have helped keep Dodger Stadium - the third-oldest ballpark in baseball - as one of the premier venues in all of sports. Her latest project, a $100 million renovation of centerfield and completed new circulation around Dodger Stadium was completed for the 2020 season and will be the focal point of the MLB All-Star Game slated to be held in Los Angeles in 2022. She is also working on the design and construction of Polar Park in Worcester, MA which will be the home of the Triple-A Worcester Red Sox in 2021. Smith is best known in the baseball world for her work on the influential Oriole Park at Camden Yards, saving Fenway Park and the renovations at Dodger Stadium. Smith worked for the Orioles from 1989-94 as vice president of planning and development during the design and construction of the park. Opening in 1992, Camden Yards immediately became the standard-bearer for a new wave of traditional baseball parks that have been built in subsequent years. Smith played an instrumental role in the design of the ballpark, creating a state-of-the-art unique facility that blends with the urban context of downtown Baltimore while taking inspiration from baseball parks built in the early 20th century. Its success spawned over 20 MLB parks to move into urban centers and created a new formula for fan-friendly areas in sports venues and establishing new thinking for how sports fit into cities and elevate design. Smith served as senior vice president of planning and development for the Boston Red Sox from 2002-2009. Smith oversaw the preservation of historic Fenway Park and led the program that placed this significant ballpark on the National Historic Register. Her work at Fenway Park earned her a Special Achievement Award from the Boston Baseball Writers’ Association in 2012. Additionally, the Boston Preservation Alliance nominated Fenway Park for the 2008 Sports Business Awards’ Sports Venue of the Year and awarded the ballpark a Special Commendation for Outstanding Stewardship at the 2005 Preservation Awards, recognizing the cultural and historic significance of the building, as well as the honorific nature of its renovations including the popular addition of seats on top of Fenway Park’s iconic “Green Monster.” Before joining the Dodgers, Smith had a second tour with the Orioles as vice president of planning and development from September 2009-August 2012. In that role, Smith directed renovations and expansion of the Orioles’ new spring training facility in Sarasota, Florida, as well as upgrades and enhancements to Oriole Park at Camden Yards to celebrate the park’s 20th anniversary including the popular roof deck on top of the batters eye in centerfield. From 1994-2000, Smith held the position of president of Turner Sports and Entertainment Development, a division of Turner Broadcasting System, and was the vice president of Planning and Development for the Atlanta Braves. Her work in Atlanta transformed the 1996 Olympic Stadium into Turner Field, home of the Braves, and she also oversaw the development of the Philips Arena, home of the NBA Atlanta Hawks and NHL Atlanta Thrashers. Smith has worked on urban development projects, including Battery Park City in New York City, where she served as coordinator of Architecture and Design, and Pershing Square—Downtown Los Angeles’s oldest park. Smith worked as senior advisor of planning and design with Baltimore-based Struever Bros. Eccles & Rouse on many of their development and rehab projects in the city of Baltimore, from Tide Point to Bond Street Wharf. She was responsible for concept planning for the Indianapolis basketball arena and the renovation of the Rose Bowl stadium in Pasadena, Calif. She was also part of the THINK team, one of the final two teams in the competition for the World Trade Center site in New York City in 2002. Smith’s work has been published extensively and she has spoken at the “Cooperstown Symposium on Baseball and American Culture” and the NINE conference in Arizona on several occasions. She gave the keynote address at both conferences in 2014, the same year that she was selected as a recipient of a Women of Inspiration Award from the LA chapter of Women in Sports & Events (WISE). In 2016, Smith was recognized by Maryland Daily Record’s Top 100 Circle of Excellence and was named Sports Business Journal’s “Power Player for Design and Development.” Sports Business Journal also honored Smith in 2011 in their inaugural class of “Game Changers: Women in Sports Business” and in their 2017 Class of Champions. In 2019, Smith was nominated for the Baseball Reliquary’s Shrine of the Eternals and SABR’s Dorothy Seymour Mills Lifetime Achievement Award for Women in Baseball. Smith delivered the commencement speech for Mississippi State University, her alma mater, in 2013 and University of Michigan’s School of Kinesiology in 2018. She was inducted into the Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame in 2020. Smith was the Edward P. Bass Visiting Professor at Yale University School of Architecture in 2017. Smith holds a master’s degree in Urban Planning from City College of New York and a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Mississippi State University. She is an associate member of the Urban Land Institute, American Institute of Architects, and the American Planning Association. She serves on the advisory board for the University of Michigan Sports Management Program and is a former member of the board of directors of the engineering firm of Syska & Hennessy and the Berklee College of Music in Boston. She has served on the Board of Directors for Port Discovery, the Maryland Science Center, and the College of Notre Dame. Smith lives in Baltimore, MD with her husband, Bart Harvey and their home serves as a revolving door for their 3 children and friends. Connect with Jahaan: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jahaanblake/ Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: https://jahaanblake.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jahaanblake/
Terry & Alex discuss their excitement for fans back at Camden Yards, they share some of their most ridiculous fan experiences at the ballpark and they ponder on if the Ravens should sign a free agent tight end this offseason.
The boys are back as Camden Yards will be open at 50% capacity. They have Orioles LHP Josh Rogers on to talk about his journey to Baltimore and recovery from Tommy John surgery - and much more. The boys wrap it up with their NCMMOTW and a Starting 5 of Best Things About Camden Yards.
Nicole Sherry is the Head Groundskeeper at perhaps the best Stadium in all of professional baseball, Camden Yards, home of the Baltimore Orioles. For 15 years Nicole has been overseeing the fine turf on this site, full on crushing it every season. It was an honor talking with one of the finest growers of grass in the realm of greenkeeping, and if you only happenstance upon one episode of this podcast, this is the one must listen.
INF/OF Trey Mancini joined Brett Hollander and Geoff Arnold to chat about his F16HT back to the field, the competition at Spring Training, his secret tennis hobby, and more. Orioles Insider Steve Melewski joined the pod and talked about the veteran presence of Félix Hernández and Matt Harvey in Sarasota and his projected timeline for Adley Rutschman’s Camden Yards debut.
Two guests. Double the fun. First, the Husky Ticket Project, stops by to talk UConn and their special youth game experiences. Then, baseball’s preeminent architect, Janet Marie Smith, takes us behind the scenes of her iconic projects including Oriole Park at Camden Yards, Fenway Park, Dodger Stadium and the brand new Polar Park. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/davirro/message