Glenn Clark Radio Week In Review: May 20-24, 2019
In case you missed anything from Glenn Clark Radio this week, here are a few highlights to check out, including interviews with Haloti Ngata, Baltimore City Council president Brandon Scott and more.
Ravens RB Mark Ingram Brings Versatility, Experience As Receiver
Ravens running back Mark Ingram's pass-catching ability, which he showed off during the Ravens' OTA workout May 23, should bring versatility to Baltimore's Lamar Jackson-led offense this season.
Fantasy Baseball Waiver-Wire Targets: May 24, 2019
Phil Backert offers three waiver-wire targets as the fantasy baseball season reaches the Memorial Day checkpoint, including Rockies reliever Scott Oberg.
With Keon Broxton, Orioles Set New Course In Center Field
Keon Broxton is the next player in line for an opportunity in center field with the Orioles. "He's a really athletic guy," manager Brandon Hyde said. "I've seen him play quite a bit. His tools are off the charts."
With Todd Bozeman's Support, Kevin Broadus Ready For Challenge At Morgan State
New Morgan State men's basketball coach Kevin Broadus said Todd Bozeman, who held the same job from 2006-2019, was an influential voice in persuading him to take the job this spring, and now Broadus is aiming to rekindle the success Bozeman had early in his tenure.
Kelly Larkin More Than Navy Women's Lacrosse's All-Time Leading Scorer
Navy women's lacrosse junior attacker Kelly Larkin became the Mids' all-time leading scorer and led her team to an at-large berth in the NCAA Tournament, but there's a lot more to Larkin than the 69 goals and 52 assists she tallied this year.
Ravens HC John Harbaugh 'Really Happy With The Progress' Of Offense
John Harbaugh said he's pleased with the progress made by the Ravens' offense during the first week of the team's OTAs. "It's a process. We're not exactly clicking on all cylinders yet, but I'm really happy with the progress and where we're going," Harbaugh said.
Former Ravens DT Haloti Ngata: Climbing Kilimanjaro 'Hardest Thing That I've Ever Done'
Former Ravens defensive tackle Haloti Ngata announced his retirement from the NFL at the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro in March, though reaching the top was no easy task. The 13-year pro said climbing Kilimanjaro was "the hardest thing that I've ever done."
For Young Orioles, Opportunity Knocks ... And They're Responding
For the Orioles, 2019 is a season of opportunity for young players like Rio Ruiz, Renato Nunez, Pedro Severino and Dwight Smith Jr. "I hope they're taking every opportunity to take advantage of it," manager Brandon Hyde said, "because they don't know if it's ever going to happen again."
Caroline Steele: Big Ten Tourney Loss 'Refocused' Maryland Women's Lacrosse
The Maryland women's lacrosse team is in the Final Four for the 11th straight year, and the Terps will face a Northwestern team that beat them in the Big Ten tournament title game. "I think we've made a lot of adjustments," attacker Caroline Steele said.
When Should Orioles Call Up Prospects?
When should the Orioles call up prospects who are succeeding, such as Ryan Mountcastle, DJ Stewart and Chance Sisco? Stan "The Fan" Charles and Glenn Clark weigh in.
Liam Bowen Named UMBC Baseball Head Coach
UMBC director of athletics Tim Hall has named Liam Bowen as the head coach of the UMBC baseball program. Bowen will become the fifth head coach in program history after spending eight years on staff and the last two years as the associate head coach.
Michael Olesker: Struggling Orioles Need Humanizing Voice In Broadcast Booth
Michael Olesker says the Orioles announcers need to share more funny stories to keep viewers engaged and entertained, just as Brian Roberts did during a recent telecast.
Buck Britton On Brother's Name Change, Bat Sensors And Orioles Prospects
Bowie Baysox manager Buck Britton shares his thoughts on Orioles prospects Rylan Bannon, Hunter Harvey and more -- and weighs in on his brother's offseason name change.
Chol Marial: Terps Men's Hoops 'Might Be More Than Top 10' In 2019-20
Once the No. 1 rated center in his class, Maryland commit Chol Marial is ready to prove he can live up to the high expectations. "I know that I'm still No. 1 in my mind and I'm going to show that in college," Marial said. "... I'm just waiting for the season to come. I'm ready to get out there."
QB Josh Jackson, TE Tyler Mabry Join Maryland Football Program
Quarterback Josh Jackson (Virginia Tech) and tight end Tyler Mabry (University of Buffalo) have joined the Maryland football program.
Despite High ERA, Orioles RHP David Hess Pleased With Ongoing Strides
Orioles right-hander David Hess likes the strides he is making even though the results tell a different story. "We've been doing a lot of work between starts behind the scenes." Hess said. "... There is a lot of improvements we see from an internal standpoint."
The Ross Grimsley Show: May 21, 2019
Former Orioles left-hander Ross Grimsley shares his insights on Andrew Cashner and the feasibility of automated balls and strikes. Plus, Grimsley reflects on his own mentor when he first joined the Orioles, and Norfolk Tides manager Gary Kendall joins the show.
Fundamental Breakdowns Haunt Young Orioles
"What you hope for is that guys learn from the mistakes," Orioles manager Brandon Hyde said after fundamental breakdowns and miscues turned a 6-1 lead into a 10-7 loss to the Yankees. "... You've got to come back and try to get better."
Former Raven John Urschel On Giving Up NFL For Math, His 'True Love'
As he works to complete a doctorate in mathematics at MIT, former Ravens offensive lineman John Urschel hopes his new book, "Mind and Matter," encourages young people to pursue multiple interests and not "shut something out based on societal norms."