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Glenn Clark Radio Week In Review: May 20-24, 2019

May 25, 2019
In case you missed anything from Glenn Clark Radio this week, here are a few highlights to check out.

Preakness-winning "War Of Will" trainer Mark Casse discussed claiming his first American Classic win and why he wants to see the race stay in Baltimore and not move to Laurel:

Maryland women's lacrosse attacker Caroline Steele (Severn) discussed getting back to the Final Four this year after finishing her career a perfect 45-0 at home: 

New Morgan State basketball coach Kevin Broadus discussed why he took on the challenge of coaching the Bears, choosing Morgan over Howard and why he believes the Maryland team he left behind is capable of being a top-10 unit: 

Former MLB pitcher Bobby Witt discussed why his son (Texas high school shortstop Bobby Witt Jr.) would be a good fit for the Orioles with the first pick in the MLB Draft: 

New Baltimore City Council president Brandon Scott discussed why he believes that he and new mayor Jack Young can work something out to keep the Preakness at Pimlico long term:  

Former Ravens linebacker Jameel McClain discussed his upcoming football camp and why he's remained committed to Baltimore after his playing career:

Frederick Keys pitcher and top Orioles prospect Blaine Knight discussed his quick ascent in the organization and the competition that exists from top to bottom thanks to the team's rebuild: 

Former Ravens defensive tackle Haloti Ngata discussed his retirement from the NFL and has favorite memories from his career on and off the field: 

MLB Network and draft analyst Jim Callis discussed the Orioles' options with the No. 1 pick, including why Oregon State catcher Adley Rutschman could be the best draft prospect since Bryce Harper: 

Baltimore basketball legend Keith Booth (Dunbar/Maryland) came in studio to discuss his return to Dunbar to take over as the Poets' basketball coach: 

Bowie Baysox pitcher and Orioles prospect Dean Kremer discussed coming back from an oblique injury and the love he's received from the Baltimore Jewish community: 

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