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

Yankees third base coach and former MLB slugger Phil Nevin discussed his son Tyler being acquired by the Orioles in the Mychal Givens deal:

MLB.com and MLBPipeline.com prospects analyst Jonathan Mayo discussed the Orioles’ acquisitions of Nevin and Terrin Vavra as well as Ryan Mountcastle’s solid start to his big league career:

Former Orioles pitcher Tommy Milone discussed being traded to the Atlanta Braves, the success he found during his short time in Baltimore and why he has great expectations for the Orioles’ organization moving forward:

Yahoo! Sports NFL writer Terez Paylor discussed why he believes Lamar Jackson could be even better in 2020 than during his NFL MVP campaign last year:

NBC Sports race announcer Larry Collmus (Mount Saint Joseph) discussed the strange nature of calling races with no fans at the track and the greatness of Tiz the Law as he tries to win the Kentucky Derby to go along with the Belmont:

Maryland Jockey Club president Sal Sinatra discussed this year’s Preakness being run with no fans in attendance and wanting to run one more Preakness as a “goodbye” to the current Pimlico facility before it is torn down:

Navy football coach Ken Niumatalolo discussed the difficulty of playing football during the COVID-19 pandemic (but why the Naval Academy might be the place where things can be most “normal”) and his new starting quarterback Dalen Morris ahead of the season opener vs. BYU Sept. 7:

Orioles icon Cal Ripken Jr. discussed the 25th anniversary of him breaking Lou Gehrig’s consecutive games record (coming up Sept. 6) and why this anniversary means even more after beating prostate cancer this year:

ESPN’s Rece Davis discussed the BYU/Navy game (he’s on the call) and how we should treat this college football season knowing how many teams aren’t participating:

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