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Upon Further Review By Jim Henneman

Great World Series ... But Same Old Reviews

Jim Henneman says the 2019 World Series was among the more intriguing in at least a decade -- but was clouded by conversations about television ratings, pace of play and more. Is there a solution?

Mike Trout, American League MVP? Not So Fast

Jim Henneman shares his thoughts on baseball's MVP voting and makes his picks for this year's MVP, Cy Young, Rookie of the Year and other award winners.

Jim Henneman: Why Root For The Nationals? Why Not?

Ask Jim Henneman why he's rooting for the Washington Nationals in the World Series, and he'll tell you the same thing he told his younger brother, "Why not?"

Jim Henneman: The Defining Moment Of The ALCS ... And The Unanswerable Question

Jim Henneman shares his thoughts on the Nationals-Astros World Series matchup, the four marquee pitchers in the series and more.

Jim Henneman: Could Phillies President Andy MacPhail Turn To His Former Manager?

Jim Henneman wonders how much the past reflects the present in the Phillies' ongoing search for a new manager. Will Phillies president Andy MacPhail turn to his former manager, Buck Showalter?

Remembering Orioles Legend Andy Etchebarren While Binge Watching Baseball

Jim Henneman shares a few memories of former Orioles catcher, and later coach, Andy Etchebarren, who passed away Oct. 5 at the age of 76.

Jim Henneman: Analytics Taking The Foot Out Of Football

What did Jim Henneman take from the Ravens being so aggressive on two-point tries and on fourth down against the Chiefs Sept. 22? For one, analytics are taking the foot out of football.

Jim Henneman's First 2020 Prediction: Ryan Mountcastle Will Be With Orioles By Mid-April

Jim Henneman has his first Orioles prediction for 2020, and it has to do with when Ryan Mountcastle, the International League's reigning MVP, will make his major-league debut.

Dean Albany 'Will Always Love' The Orioles

With most professions, reaching the 20-year mark is almost always a joyous occasion -- one considered an achievement worthy of special acclaim -- but Jim Henneman says Dean Albany's recent firing by the Orioles shows baseball is not one of those professions.

Are Orioles Already Too Late To International Party?

The Orioles jumped into the international scouting scene this year under new GM Mike Elias, but Jim Henneman wonders if it's already too late for the club given the realities of that market.

Jim Henneman: Don't Give Astros American League Pennant Just Yet

Jim Henneman takes issue with the perception that the Houston Astros clinched the American League pennant at the trade deadline. Plus, he offers his thoughts on the Orioles' rough series against the Yankees Aug. 5-7.

Jim Henneman: Playing The 'Over/Under' Numbers Game On HOF Speeches

Jim Henneman plays the over/under game on the speeches given at the Baseball Hall of Fame's induction ceremony July 21, and he explains Mike Mussina was a safe bet to take the Hall's 12-minute suggestion to heart.

PSA: Become A Member Of The Baseball Hall Of Fame ... And Visit

In his own public service announcement, Jim Henneman advises baseball fans to become members of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum -- and to visit Cooperstown, too.

Jim Henneman: Despite All-Star Whiffs, Balance Of Power Shifting To National League

The American League has now won seven straight All-Star games and 25 of the last 32, but Jim Henneman says the balance of power is shifting to the National League.