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One Fan's Opinion By Stan "The Fan" Charles

After Being Shot, Towson's John Davis Emotionally Fuels Tigers

While a bullet may have ended Towson forward John Davis' college basketball career, Stan "The Fan" Charles says the incident could help spark the Tigers during this year's CAA Tournament.

The Odd Timing Of Adam Jones' Outfield Critique

Stan "The Fan" Charles says Adam Jones' concerns about the Orioles' outfield defense may be valid, but the timing of the critique is especially puzzling.

Mark Turgeon Just Might Make It After All

Stan "The Fan" Charles says if Maryland head coach Mark Trugeon can reestablish the pipeline to Baltimore recruiting, he may find himself in the same category as some all-time Maryland greats.

Is Dan Duquette's 2017 Orioles Roster Short One Important Piece?

Stan "The Fan" Charles says the Orioles' roster is short one important piece, and he wouldn't be surprised if Dan Duquette goes in-season shopping to fill the void.

Orioles Need To Extend Chris Tillman Before Opening Day

Stan "The Fan" Charles says the Orioles need to sign Chris Tillman to a multi-year deal before Opening Day, or 2017 will be the right-hander's final season in Baltimore.

Buzz Surrounding Matt Wieters And Orioles Is All Wrong

With recent reports linking Matt Wieters to the Orioles once more, Stan "The Fan" Charles says there is no reason the team should be involved at Wieters' and Scott Boras' current asking price.

Closers Not Respected In Hall Of Fame Voting

Stan "The Fan" Charles says after seeing the Hall of Fame vote results for Trevor Hoffman, Billy Wagner and Lee Smith, it's clear the voters don't respect the closer position.

Rex Ryan Could Have Made Ravens' Defense And Offense Great Again

Stan "The Fan" Charles says Rex Ryan, with all of his bluster, could have greatly improved the Ravens if they were willing to bring him back as defensive coordinator.

Snippets From The Baltimore Life Of David Modell

Stan "The Fan" reflects on the life of David Modell, who died Jan. 13, and all he did for the Baltimore Ravens and the team's fans.

It's Time For The Ravens To Be 'Smart' And 'Creative'

Stan "The Fan" Charles says the Baltimore Ravens need to pursue game-changing free agents this offseason, even if it means losing compensatory picks.

Orioles Should Consider Moving Chris Davis To Right Field

Stan "The Fan" says now is the time for the Orioles to contend for a World Series, and they should start by moving Chris Davis to right field.

Stan "The Fan" Weighs In On Ravens-Steelers, Terps And Orioles' Offseason Moves

Stan "The Fan" Charles shares his thoughts on the Ravens-Steelers Christmas day matchup, the Maryland men's basketball team's win against Charlotte and more.

Welington Castillo Drawn To Orioles' Winning Culture

"It was my first option, because it is a great team," Welington Castillo said of the Orioles. "I am hearing a lot of good things about [manager] Buck Showalter, and I want to win here."

It's Time For The Orioles To Improve Their Bench

Stan "The Fan" Charles says the Orioles need to give their regulars more off time, and he says that starts with improving the bench.

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