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Jim Palmer On Orioles' Pitching Woes, John Means And David Hess

"At some point the guys they send up here have to pitch a little bit better," Jim Palmer said of the Orioles' pitching situation. "We get so enamored with the radar gun ... but where's the ball going?"

Ed Reed: Hall Of Fame Odyssey

As he prepares to take his place in the Pro Football Hall of Fame, former Baltimore Ravens safety Ed Reed talks with PressBox about becoming a Hall of Famer and the people who helped him along the way.

Tewaaraton Award Caps Pat Spencer's Loyola Lacrosse Career As Basketball Looms

Pat Spencer won the Tewaaraton Award following a spectacular four-year career with the Loyola men's lacrosse team, but now instead of immediately pursuing a pro lacrosse career, he'll play college hoops at Northwestern for a year.

Different Focus, Same Result For Calvert Hall Boys', McDonogh Girls' Lacrosse

The Calvert Hall boys' lacrosse and McDonogh girls' lacrosse teams each won their conference lacrosse titles this season,but the Cardinals and Eagles came at it from different directions.

Jim Henneman's Notebook: Edwin Encarnacion Trade, Orioles Trade Chips And More

Jim Henneman weighs in on the Yankees' Edwin Encarnacion deal and the Orioles' trade chips, and he says the player attracting the most interest for potential trade talks is reliever Mychal Givens, even with his horrendous start.

For Frederick Keys 1B Ryan Ripken, Playing In Orioles System 'Fun Ride'

Ryan Ripken is trying to forge his own identity as he moves through the Orioles' minor league system. "The exciting thing is you get to go out and face a better competition as you move up ... " Ripken said. "It's been a fun ride."

Joseph Amoah: Historic Coppin State Sprinter ... And Future Olympian

Coppin State's Joseph Amoah finished a phenomenal junior season by placing eighth in the 100-meter dash and sixth in the 200-meter dash at the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships and becoming the first Ghanaian athlete to qualify for the 2020 Olympics.

Inconsistency Leads To Another Roster Shakeup For Orioles

Orioles manager Brandon Hyde is scrambling to find answers to support the back end of the rotation as the team looks to Sean Gilmartin to help stabilize the beleaguered bullpen.

Pat Spencer Joins Northwestern Basketball As Graduate Transfer

Former Loyola lacrosse star Pat Spencer, winner of the 2019 Tewaaraton Award, will play basketball for Northwestern University next season as a graduate student transfer.

Fantasy Baseball Risers, Fallers: June 17, 2019

Phil Backert highlights the top fantasy baseball risers and fallers of the past week, from Rockies outfielder Charlie Blackmon to Pirates starting pitcher Chris Archer.

Stan 'The Fan' Charles' MLB Power Rankings: June 17, 2019

Stan "The Fan" Charles shares his latest MLB power rankings, and the Atlanta Braves climb into the Top 5.

Twelve Years In, Ravens CB Brandon Carr Still Grinding During Offseason

While many NFL veterans skip voluntary OTAs, Ravens cornerback Brandon Carr sees the value both for himself and the team. "I have a lot of insight," Carr said. "I think I can just give them all my knowledge, pass it on to the next young stud out there."

The Ross Grimsley Show: June 17, 2019

Former Orioles left-hander Ross Grimsley shares his take on the Orioles and talks with Hall of Famer Jim Palmer about what he's seen from the club this season and the outlook for the future.

Glenn Clark's First Annual Summer Reading Guide

Glenn Clark highlights six Baltimore sports-related sports books to add to your summer reading list.

Calvert Hall's Augie Miceli: A Man For All Seasons

Former Calvert Hall head football coach Augie Miceli will soon retire after 60 years at the school. Jim Henneman knows Miceli as a teacher, coach and friend -- or as Henneman puts it, "a man for all seasons."

Glenn Clark Radio Week In Review: June 10-14, 2019

In case you missed anything from Glenn Clark Radio this week, here are a few highlights to check out, including interviews with Paul Johnson and Ryan Ripken.

Anthony Santander Giving Orioles A Boost With Latest Opportunity

"He's got bat speed, he can get to a fastball," Orioles manager Brandon Hyde said of recently recalled outfielder Anthony Santander. "I like his balanced approach at the plate. So I just think he needs at-bats."

Fantasy Baseball Waiver-Wire Targets: June 14, 2019

In his latest batch of fantasy baseball waiver-wire targets, Phil Backert suggests to target Scott Kingery, who's eligible at multiple positions and has been productive for the Phillies this year.

Longtime Pro Pitcher Daryl Smith Giving Back To Hometown Of Baltimore

Baltimore native Daryl Smith spent 16 years in professional baseball, including a brief stint with the Kansas City Royals. Now, his main goal is giving back to the community that gave so much to him.

Three Up, Three Down After Ravens Spring Workouts

Bo Smolka offers three players trending upward and three players trending downward after the Ravens' spring workouts, and he says tight end Mark Andrews stood out the most among pass catchers this spring.