In case you missed anything from Glenn Clark Radio this week, here are a few highlights to check out.
Tiz the Law owner Jack Knowlton discussed his horse’s victory in the Belmont Stakes and why they intend to run the Preakness no matter what happens in the Kentucky Derby:
Former Baltimore Colts center Bill Curry discussed who he became a civil rights activist and the role coaches play during the #BlackLivesMatter movement:
Orioles Radio Network analyst and former closer Gregg Olson discussed MLB’s announcement of a 60-game season, the universal DH and the idea of starting extra innings with a runner on second base:
Ravens offensive lineman Bradley Bozeman and his wife Nikki discussed the time they spent with Mo Gaba last week, how they became supporters of the #BlackLivesMatter movement and how the team has responded:
Former Orioles infielder Robert Andino discussed his game-winning hit against the Red Sox (as MLB Network celebrated the final night of the 2011 season) and the relationship he maintains with Orioles fans:
Twins slugger and former Oriole Nelson Cruz discussed being named the Muhammad Ali Sports Humanitarian of the Year for his work in the Dominican Republic and MLB returning to play for a 60-game season:
Delegate Nick Mosby (the winner of the Democratic primary for City Council president) discussed what he wants to see from the renovated Pimlico, his interests in pursuing a new arena deal and having fans in attendance during the COVID-19 pandemic:
Monkton, Md., native and Ravens punter Dom Maggio (Boys’ Latin) discussed starting his pro journey with his hometown team and trying to learn from a legend (Sam Koch) while competing against him:
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