In a year of darkness, Richard Bleier has been a ray of sunshine for the Orioles. The 31-year-old, who toiled in the minors for nine years, has put up eye-popping numbers despite not being a strikeout pitcher.
Kyle Andrews, who covers the team for FOX Sports Radio 1340, joins us to discuss Bleier’s extraordinary season so far. Also, Andrews and host Justin McGuire try to find other bright spots in this dismal season.
How much have Orioles improved their farm system?
The Orioles picked up a boatload of prospects by trading Manny Machado to the Dodgers and Zach Britton to the Yankees. How much stronger in Baltimore’s farm system now that it includes the likes of Yusniel Diaz, Dillon Tate and Rylan Bannon?
Luke Siler of Orioles Hangout joins us to discuss that and more, including the 2019 draft and whether the O’s have a real shot at Victor Victor Mesa.
Who is the next Orioles Hall of Famer?
Two former Orioles enter the Hall of Fame enter the Baseball Hall of Fame this weekend, but neither Vlad Guerrero or Jim Thome distinguished themselves in Baltimore. So who will the next player to enter the Hall of Fame based on his Oriole achievements?
Hall of Fame expert Graham Womack joins us to discuss the candidacies of Mike Mussina, Bobby Grich and other former Birds.
50 years ago today, Earl Weaver took over the Orioles
Hall of Famer Earl Weaver, the most successful manager in Orioles history, took the helm in Baltimore 50 years ago today.
The Earl of Baltimore went on to lead the Birds to four pennants, five 100-win seasons and a World Series title in 1970. Veteran baseball analyst and historian Rob Neyer joins us to discuss the career and legacy of Weaver.