In case you missed anything from Glenn Clark Radio this week, here are a few highlights to check out.
Former Orioles executive vice president of baseball operations Dan Duquette discussed what they thought they had in John Means when they selected him in the 11th round of the 2014 MLB Draft and why the O’s should look to build around him instead of trading him:
Bowie Baysox manager Buck Britton discussed the start to the season for top Orioles prospects like Adley Rutschman, DL Hall and more:
Ravens legend Jacoby Jones discussed his new job as tight ends coach at Morgan State:
Loyola defensive midfielder Ryan McNulty discussed the Greyhounds’ late season rally to get into the NCAA Tournament and their first-round matchup with Denver:
Author, Deadspin founder and MLB.com writer Will Leitch discussed his new novel “How Lucky” and whether the Orioles should consider trading Means:
Legendary trainer Todd Pletcher discussed his horse Unbridled Honor’s hopes of delivering his first Preakness win, his upcoming induction to the National Museum of Racing Hall of Fame and why he’s OK with Bob Baffert’s horses still running at Preakness:
Pirates outfielder and Columbia native Troy Stokes Jr. (Calvert Hall) discussed making his MLB debut and getting his first career hit this week and why he’s choosing to wear No. 69:
NBC’s Randy Moss discussed the Baffert-Medina Spirit controversy and which horse to bet to try to make some money on the Preakness:
MLBPipleline.com and MLB.com’s Jim Callis discussed the timeline for when the Orioles could be competitive based on what they have in their system and the Orioles’ options with the fifth pick in the MLB Draft:
ESPN’s Marty Smith discussed why other horse people are OK with Baffert’s horses running in Preakness and why he’s a believer in Maryland football coach Michael Locksley:
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