Upon Further Review By Jim Henneman
Jim Henneman: Brandon Hyde Fits Orioles GM Mike Elias' Requirements
While GM Mike Elias described reports of the hiring of Brandon Hyde as the Orioles' next manager as "premature," Jim Henneman says Hyde does seem to fit just about all of Elias' requirements.
Bill Swaggerty Wouldn't Trade Orioles' 1983 Championship 'For The World'
"I look at it like being in the right place at the right time," Bill Swaggerty said of his time on the 1983 Orioles, "and I wouldn't trade it for the world. If you could give me three more years in the big leagues, I don't think I could give up my World Series ring."
If Mike Elias Is Looking For Experienced Manager For Orioles, An Option Could Be ...
Jim Henneman has a suggestion for Orioles GM Mike Elias in his search for the team's next manager -- Boston Red Sox bench coach Ron Roenicke.
With Manager Hire, Orioles GM Mike Elias Can Further Establish Chain Of Command
For most of the past 25 years, the Orioles have had GMs and managers who have inherited one another. Jim Henneman says Mike Elias' next hire will complete a historic chain of command for the current ownership group.
Gary Kendall Deserves Consideration For Orioles' Managerial Job
Jim Henneman says Gary Kendall could be the right man at the right time to be the Baltimore Orioles' next manager.
Former Oriole Steve Pearce Takes Unlikely Road To World Series MVP
Steve Pearce has belonged to seven different organizations -- and never been traded for a major league player. Jim Henneman looks at the former Orioles infielder's unlikely road to World Series MVP.
Why Did Brewers Make Jonathan Schoop Deal With Orioles? ... It's Complicated
Jim Henneman looks back at what the Brewers were thinking when they acquired Jonathan Schoop from the Orioles at the MLB trade deadline and why the deal hasn't worked out for Milwaukee so far.
For Orioles, Buck Showalter Was Still Right Man In Right Place ... But Wrong Time
Jim Henneman says former Orioles manager Buck Showalter was still the right man in the right place, but it was no longer the right time after the 2018 season concluded.
For Orioles' Cedric Mullins And Al Bumbry, Eye Test Was Best Test
Jim Henneman sees an unmistakable connection between Orioles rookie Cedric Mullins and former outfielder Al Bumbry and their paths to the big leagues.
Jim Henneman: No Surprise Umpire Joe West Challenged 'Scouting Card'
Jim Henneman says there was very little suspense as baseball moved past the last of the three traditional checkpoints leading up to the postseason, and he isn't surprised umpire Joe West confiscated Austin Davis' "scouting card."
American League's Interleague Dominance Coming To An End
Jim Henneman looks at the latest trend in interleague play and how the balance of power has shifted between the American League and National League.
After Decades Of Debate, Line Separating Hall Of Fame Worthiness Remains Blurry
After making the trip to Cooperstown, N.Y., for baseball's Hall of Fame induction ceremony, Jim Henneman reflects on the decades of debate surrounding which players are worthy of being enshrined in the Hall of Fame.
Jim Henneman: Early Returns On Trades Don't Justify Hype
Jim Henneman says the early returns have been mixed for the teams that acquired infielders Manny Machado and Jonathan Schoop and right-hander Kevin Gausman from the Orioles.
Poignant Tribute A Special Part Of Vladimir Guerrero's Hall of Fame Induction
Jim Henneman reflects on baseball's 2018 Hall Of Fame induction and the special tribute former Orioles slugger Vladimir Guerrero made to Nick Adenhart.