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

USA Today baseball writer Bob Nightengale talked about the MLB’s 60-game season, his understanding of the league’s approach to positive COVID tests and more:

Tiz the Law jockey Manny Franco talked about his experience at the fanless Belmont Stakes (where he won his first Triple Crown race), his expectations for Tiz the Law moving forward and more: baseball writer Richard Justice discussed the shortened 2020 season, how the league may be viewing potential midseason cancellations, the impact on rebuilding teams like the Orioles and more: fantasy analyst John Laub discussed the 2020 fantasy football landscape, the rookies he thinks provide the best value and more: baseball writer Phil Rogers talked about the impact of the shortened 2020 season, the canceled minor-league season and more:

Georgetown sports business professor Marty Conway talked about the long-term impact the COVID-19 pandemic will have on professional sports leagues, including minor leagues: fantasy baseball expert and SiriusXM fantasy producer Phil Backert discussed the 2020 fantasy baseball season and how he is approaching his drafts with the shortened season:

Baltimore Sun Orioles beat writer Nathan Ruiz talked about the team’s outlook entering the 60-game season, how the team’s rebuilding strategy might affect the product on the field and more:

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