PressBox looks back at what Donnie Hart, Crystal Dunn, Dave Odom and Nick Hundley had to say on Glenn Clark Radio during the past month.
"It was pretty cool; it was cool to see my sister that happy. She's always been a big supporter [of] my baseball career and pretty much anything I do. She's my twin, so we did everything together when we were little. But yeah, it was pretty cool to see that."
- Left-handed pitcher Donnie Hart July 26 on his twin sister's emotional reaction to his major league debut with the Orioles in Tampa Bay
"[A team] really does become one voice, and the only way we can become unified is if we work toward having one voice on this matter. At the end of the day, it was five people filing for this lawsuit, but it was 24, 25 of us that were standing behind their decision and ... it's important that people realize that we are together and this is a big deal. ... It's affecting all of us in the same way."
- Washington Spirit and USWNT forward Crystal Dunn July 18 on the team's fight for equal pay
"I didn't make Tim Duncan. The only thing I can tell you for sure is I didn't screw him up. I do know that. He certainly made himself. ... I'm very proud of everything he's done. I'm more proud of everything he's done the right way."
- Former Wake Forest coach Dave Odom July 11 on the NBA retirement of his former pupil Tim Duncan
"Oh man. I think I root for him more than anybody else that's not on my team. Just being over there, knowing what kind of manager, what type of leader he is. He gives that team the best opportunity to win day in and day out. That's all you can ask for. ... If we don't make it, I'll be rooting for them 100 percent."
- Rockies catcher/former Oriole Nick Hundley July 27 on wanting to see his former manager Buck Showalter finally win a World Series
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Issue 224: August 2016