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

Orioles third-round pick and former Ole Miss shortstop Anthony Servideo discussed how special it is to join the team that his grandfather (Curt Blefary) won the World Series with in 1966:

Legendary trainer Barclay Tagg discussed being back in the Triple Crown spotlight (with Belmont favorite Tiz The Law) for the first time since winning the Kentucky Derby and Preakness in 2003 with Funny Cide:

NASCAR Trucks Series driver and former Navy football player Jesse Iwuji discussed the importance of NASCAR banning the Confederate flag and whether the sport can court a more inclusive base:

Former Orioles pitcher and MLBPA representative Jeremy Guthrie discussed the issues at the center of the current MLB negotiations and why players can’t simply agree to a revenue split even for just one season due to the COVID-19 pandemic:

Maryland legend and former NBA forward Len Elmore discussed the possibility of NBA players choosing not to play because they don’t want to distract the country from the significance of the #BlackLivesMatter movement:

Baltimore native Brian Jordan (Milford Mill) discussed what it was like to be with the Cardinals during the 1998 Mark McGwire-Sammy Sosa home run chase (as depicted in the ESPN 30 for 30 film “Long Gone Summer”) and why steroids haven’t changed how he views the era:

Orioles fifth-round pick Carter Baumler discussed why the combination of money and opportunity made him willing to join the Orioles instead of playing at TCU, his impressive array of pitches and interest in continuing to swing the bat as a pro:

Arkansas baseball coach Dave Van Horn discussed Orioles No. 2 overall pick Heston Kjerstad and why he believes Kjerstad’s walk and strikeout numbers would have been more even if the entire college season had been played:

Trainer Linda Rice discussed the possibility of becoming the first female trainer to win a Triple Crown race with her horse, Max Player, in the Belmont:

Baltimore City Council president and Democratic mayoral primary winner Brandon Scott discussed the possibility of fans being in stands in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, the need for teams to support #BlackLivesMatter protests and the caveat by which he’d be OK with the Ravens signing Antonio Brown:

Former Ravens tight end Benjamin Watson joined GCR to discuss his retirement from the NFL, the #BlackLivesMatter movement and Roger Goodell now embracing protest after being unwilling to when the Ravens initially kneeled in London in 2017:

NBC analyst Laffit Pincay joined GCR to preview the Belmont Stake. Will overwhelming favorite Tiz The Law cruise to victory? Should there be an asterisk if a horse wins the Triple Crown this year?

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