In case you missed anything from Glenn Clark Radio this week, here are a few highlights to check out.

Former Orioles infielder Ryan Flaherty discussed his transition into coaching with the Padres after retiring from baseball and a potential managerial future:

Before the MLB Draft, Heston Kjerstad discussed the possibility of coming to Baltimore, why he believed he was a top-two pick and his relationship with fellow former Arkansas Razorback/Orioles prospect Blaine Knight:

After the draft, Kjerstad discussed being selected by Baltimore, his relationship with Grayson Rodriguez and his internet-famous dog perhaps changing names from “Oreo” to “Oriole”:

Former Maryland forward Dino Gregory (Mount Saint Joseph) discussed the crazy story of his brother, Daniel, being shot during #BlackLivesMatter protests in Seattle and why the protests are more interesting because he and other family members work in law enforcement:

Former Oriole Delino DeShields discussed being with the St. Louis Cardinals during the Mark McGwire-Sammy Sosa home run record chase in 1998 ahead of ESPN airing the “Long Gone Summer” 30 for 30 documentary June 14:

Baltimore native and four-star guard prospect Ike Cornish discussed his decision to come home and commit to play basketball at Maryland:

Orioles radio analyst and SEC Network baseball analyst Ben McDonald discussed the Orioles’ selections of Kjerstad and Jordan Westburg:

Baseball America/MLB Network’s Carlos Collazo joined GCR to recap what the Orioles did in the MLB Draft. Did some of their late over-slot picks (Coby Mayo, Carter Baumler) make up for passing on Austin Martin to go underslot?

Former Orioles infielder and current ESPN college baseball analyst David Dellucci joined GCR to discuss SEC players selected by the Orioles in the MLB Draft, including No. 2 overall pick Heston Kjerstad, No. 30 pick Jordan Westburg and third-round pick/fellow Ole Miss alum Anthony Servideo:

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