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Upon Further Review By Jim Henneman

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.

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.

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.

Jim Henneman: Orioles Get Solid Return For Manny Machado

Jim Henneman breaks down the Orioles' return for shortstop Manny Machado, suggests a tweak for the MLB All-Star Game and more.

Jim Henneman: Uncertainty Surrounding Manny Machado Continues

Jim Henneman weighs in on all the trade talk and rumors circulating about Orioles shortstop Manny Machado.

Ten Year Later, Orioles Find Themselves In Familiar Position

Jim Henneman says the Orioles need to land a blue-chip prospect who could be a cornerstone for the future. In other words, somebody who could approximate what Adam Jones has done the last 10 years.

Orioles Need To Include Kevin Gausman, Dylan Bundy Before Trade Talks Can Get Serious

Jim Henneman says if the Orioles are serious about a rebuild, they have to be willing to put Kevin Gausman and Dylan Bundy into the trade discussions.

Will Orioles Help Astros' World Series Run, Again?

Jim Henneman says closer Zach Britton -- not Manny Machado -- will have a bigger impact on both the short and long-term future of the Orioles.

College World Series Offers Glimpse At Orioles' Draft Picks

Jim Henneman says the College World Series offers Orioles fan a break from a disappointing season and a chance to see some of the team's young draft picks in action.

Capitals' Big Win Shows Similarities To Bullets' Championship Win In 1978

The Capitals won their first NHL championship in their 44 year history on the 40th anniversary of the Bullets/Wizards only NBA championship, and Jim Henneman says there are plenty of similarities to those journeys.

Fifty Years Ago, Baseball Took A Back Seat To Tragic Moments

Jim Henneman recalls covering an exhibition series between the Baltimore Orioles and Atlanta Braves in April 1968, when Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated.

Jim Henneman's Final 2018 Spring Training Reflections

In looking back at 45 trips to spring training, Jim Henneman says it's a classic case of first impressions being the most lasting, and in many cases the most meaningful.

Jim Henneman: For Social Media Era Reporters, Spring Training Is No Day At The Beach

Jim Henneman reflects on how social media and new technology have changed the role of sports reporters and made covering a major league team much more demanding.

Is Former Yankees Manager Joe Girardi Destined To Become The New Buck Showalter?

Jim Henneman asks if former Yankees manager Joe Girardi is destined to become the new Buck Showalter -- the guy left behind at just the wrong time?