Upon Further Review By Jim Henneman
History Shows Path To Big Leagues Can Be Slow For Promising Orioles
While Jim Henneman understands fans' frustration regarding promising prospects being sent down to the minors to start the season, he also says the club's history provides a potential roadmap for those players.
Is Technology Too Advanced For MLB's Own Good?
Jim Henneman says technology has gotten so good that it's having a major impact, not only on the pace of play but also on the game of baseball itself.
Jim Henneman: Orioles' Journey Into Uncharted Territory Set To Begin
Jim Henneman says in many ways the expectations for the 2019 Orioles are lower than they've been for any team since the first days of expansion, but he also has a level of intrigue about this team of "nobodies."
Jim Henneman: Outpouring Of Love For Frank Robinson Reassuring Testimony To His Impact
Jim Henneman says the reaction to his tribute to Frank Robinson was one of the best responses he's ever had, and he shares some of the comments he received from Dave Trembley, Ernie Accorsi, Gary Roenicke, Doug DeCinces and others.
Jim Henneman: No Express Lane To The Majors Under Orioles GM Mike Elias
Jim Henneman says the Orioles' decision to have outfielder Austin Hays start the season at Triple-A reinforces that the club's new mantra of building an elite pipeline of talent at every level means bringing prospects through the system one step at a time.
Jim Henneman: Baseball (Finally) Finds Elephant In The Room
Rules changes for the 2019 and 2020 seasons were announced March 14, and Jim Henneman says baseball finally found the elephant in the room regarding pace of play.
Jim Henneman: Reality Beginning To Set In For Orioles
Jim Henneman says the Orioles are probably running the most unique training camp in baseball with so many young prospects and so few established big league players.
Too Early For Hasty Orioles Spring Training Observations, But ...
With the warning that two weeks into spring training is no time for early observations, Jim Henneman shares some early observations from Orioles spring training.
Jim Henneman: As Starters' Workloads Change, So Too Does Their Preparation
Jim Henneman says it's obvious the way starting pitchers prepare for the opening of the regular season these days is a drastic change from what can only be called the "old school" way.
Jim Henneman: Orioles Lose An Angel -- Say It Ain't So, Joe!
Jim Henneman bids farewell to Joe Angel's legendary run as the radio voice of the Orioles, and he says it's an experience that has definitely been in the win column.
Jim Henneman: Former Oriole Frank Robinson Typified Dedication, Excellence
Jim Henneman reflects on the career and legacy of Frank Robinson and shares his memories of the legendary Orioles Hall of Famer, from dedicated player, manager and executive to devoted basketball fan.
Baseball Hall Of Fame Facing Perfect Storm In 2022
Jim Henneman says there's a perfect storm approaching for the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2022, with Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens in their last year of eligibility on the BBWAA ballot and Alex Rodriguez and David Ortiz in their first.
Orioles Fans Hope 115-Loss Season Kick-Starts Rebuilding Effort
While Orioles fans may be optimistic about the club's new direction with GM Mike Elias, Jim Henneman says it's important to remember that the 2018 season was merely step one of the process.
Jim Henneman: Mariano Rivera's Deserving ... But A Relief Pitcher Is First Unanimous HOF Selection?
Jim Henneman reacts to Mariano Rivera becoming the first unanimous selection to the Baseball Hall of Fame, and he shares his full Hall of Fame ballot.