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Upon Further Review By Jim Henneman

Baseball Getting Distracted With Meaningless Stats

Ever get the impression baseball is getting overwhelmed with numbers and formulas? Jim Henneman says, welcome to the club.

Despite Initial Skepticism, Camden Yards Has Become A Bucket-List Destination

Oriole Park at Camden Yards has become so widely accepted as "The Ballpark That Changed Baseball Forever" that Jim Henneman says it's easy to forget how much initial opposition there was to both the location and the design.

Jim Henneman: 2017 Orioles Have More Depth Than Past Teams

Jim Henneman says there is something mysterious about the 2017 Orioles, which might startle the experts, and he says the team has some depth that hasn't been apparent before.

Adam Jones, Andrew McCutchen Shine In World Baseball Classic

Jim Henneman says there were a lot of stars who came out to play in the World Baseball Classic, but Adam Jones and Andrew McCutchen were the nitty-gritty poster boys for Team USA.

Extra-Inning Rule Change No Way To Settle Real Contests

Jim Henneman says MLB commissioner Rob Manfred's rule change placing runners on base at the start of the 11th inning is no way to finish meaningful baseball games.

Loyola-Morgan 1952 Basketball Game Made Memories And History

Jim Henneman recalls the 1952 matchup between Morgan State University's basketball team and Loyola College (now University) -- a game for the ages in more ways than one.

World Baseball Classic Is Worth Uphill Battle

Jim Henneman says even though the World Baseball Classic has not garnered the same support in America as elsewhere, the tournament provides enough memories to make it worthwhile.

Would Hyun Soo Kim Be Slowest Leadoff Hitter In Orioles History?

Watching Hyun Soo Kim bat at the top of the lineup during a few spring training games has some fans wondering whether Kim would be the slowest leadoff hitter in Orioles history. Jim Henneman says the answer is a resounding, NO!

Jim Henneman: Outfield-Depth Debate Spans Decades

Jim Henneman says the spat between Adam Jones and Dan Duquette regarding the center fielder's outfield positioning is a narrative that has existed in baseball for decades.

Matt Wieters' True Potential Missed In 'Hidden Figures'

Jim Henneman goes around the world of Major League Baseball, and he says somewhere along the line, analytics clouded the true value of former Orioles catcher Matt Wieters.

Spring Baseball Calendar Now Dictated By Arbitration

With salaries and counter offers dominating the spring baseball talk more than balls and strikes, Jim Henneman wonders who the real winners and losers are in the game of arbitration.

Baseball's Age-Old Debate: Pitching Vs. Hitting

Baseball is supposedly 45 percent hitting, 25 percent pitching and 25 percent defense, but Jim Henneman says free agency doesn't reflect that.

Jim Henneman Says It's Too Early For Orioles Fans To Worry About 2018

As the Baltimore Orioles put the finishing touches on their 2017 roster, Jim Henneman says it's too early for fans to be worrying about 2018.

Final Hall Of Fame Vote Reveals Softening Stances Among BBWAA

Jim Henneman says the final Hall of Fame voting results revealed a lot more than just the three newest inductees to Cooperstown, N.Y.



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