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Upon Further Review By Jim Henneman

MLB Commissioner Should Scrutinize Practice Of Teams Buying Out Of Expensive Deals

Jim Henneman says when it comes to these long-term contracts, baseball should have a simple rule when it comes to trades: "Take me, take my baggage."

Stealing Signs Doesn't Pay For Red Sox

Jim Henneman weighs in on the Red Sox sign-stealing charges, Austin Hays' potential with the Orioles and more.

Jim Henneman Remembers 'Baseball Lifer' Joe Klein

Jim Henneman says Baltimore native Joe Klein, who died Aug. 23 at the age of 75, was one of those underappreciated, "baseball lifers" who worked at every level of the game but was most comfortable when he was helping others.

Orioles Need To Find A Way To Maximize Dylan Bundy's Talent

Jim Henneman says Dylan Bundy is the Orioles' best starting pitcher, but figuring out how to manage his innings and maximize his value to the club is no easy task.

Jim Henneman Reflects On The Orioles' Hall Of Famer Who Got Away

John Schuerholz's recent induction into baseball's Hall of Fame reminds Jim Henneman of Schuerholz's deep history in Baltimore.

Bobby Grich, Doug DeCinces Remember Former Orioles Teammate Don Baylor

Jim Henneman talks to former Orioles Bobby Grich and Doug DeCinces as they reflect on the passing of teammate Don Baylor.

Fans Weren't Saying 'Bud,' They Were Saying 'Boo' At Selig's Hall Of Fame Induction

Bud Selig's induction into baseball's Hall of Fame was met with some boos from the fans in attendance in Cooperstown, N.Y., but Jim Henneman gives Selig credit for addressing the 1994 strike and the Steroid Era during his speech.

Observations On The All-Star Game, Orioles Closer Zach Britton, And Eating Contests

Jim Henneman cleans out his notebook this week with some post-All-Star Game reflections and pre-trade deadline observations.

Change To Strike Rule Would Help Solve Multiple Problems For Baseball

Jim Henneman says putting swingers and bunters under the same foul ball restrictions could help speed up the game and keep things more interesting.

Zach Britton's Return Won't Help Orioles Unless Struggling Offense Improves

Jim Henneman says unless the Orioles' offense improves, Zach Britton and his friends in the bullpen won't be busy enough for the Orioles to hang on as contenders in the AL East.

Orioles Starter Kevin Gausman's Inefficiency Is Emblematic Of League-Wide Problem

Jim Henneman says Orioles starter Kevin Gausman is suffering from the same ailment that curtails so many young pitchers -- an inability to carry his best stuff beyond the 100-pitch mark.

Shocking Power Surge Has Rays Looking Like Playoff Team

Jim Henneman says, so far, the Tampa Bay Rays have been the biggest surprise of the 2017 baseball season, and he wouldn't be surprised if they make a run at the AL East title.

A 'Foul' Way For Baseball To Speed Up The Game

For all the talk about speeding up baseball games, Jim Henneman says MLB should forget intentional walks and look at limiting foul balls.

Jim Henneman: Matt Wieters Not To Blame For Orioles' Past Pitching Issues

Jim Henneman says he thinks Matt Wieters is the best all-around catcher the Orioles have ever developed, and there is no evidence Wieters was a divisive element for the pitching staff.



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