Jason and Jerry are back to discuss a big week in Baltimore sports. First, we gear up for this week's NFL Draft -- going over every possible Ravens option in the first rounds one more time, and then cover the rest of the division's draft forecast.
The guys also touch on Manny Machado's dust up with Dustin Pedroia and the Red Sox, another week in O's action, plus Jason's latest trip down to the farm to check in on a rehabbing Chris Tillman.
And saving the best for last, the one and only Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports joins the show to talk Orioles' front office, the looming Manny decision, dealing with O's fans, and if the birds' bubble may be bursting.
Tune in for much more including Jerry's homework, Jason's married guy rant, and a check-in on our old friend Jhon Peluffo! Don't miss it.
Jerry and Jason open the show discussing the latest Ravens' draft possibilities (3:10), and debate Adam 'Pacman' Jones' latest run-in with the media (10:15). The guys then move on to talk about the week's Orioles-related news before being joined by the Iron Man himself, Cal Ripken Jr. (31:00). Cal discusses 25 years of Camden Yards, the current state of the O's, and even the resting of NBA players. Also in this episode: Jerry completes(!) his homework for the week, Jason's married guy rant, and more!
Jason and Jerry digest the first week of Orioles action before talking Ravens' draft plans ahead of the upcoming draft. Could the Ravens be setting up a smokescreen by specifically naming WR's Mike Williams and John Ross? Jason La Canfora thinks the Ravens could find a different 1st Round pass-catcher. Homework, Married Guy Rant, and much more! Crack a couple Natty Boh's hon and enjoy this abbreviated edition of Bmore Opinionated.
Camden Yards got one hell of a celebration for turning 25 this year and opening day was as exciting as any O's fan could have asked for. Senior VP of Planning and Development for the LA Dodgers, Janet Marie Smith, was one of the minds behind the design and construction of our beloved ball park so the guys call her up to get the best history lesson of the stadium available.