In case you missed anything from Glenn Clark Radio this week, here are a few highlights to check out.
Former Orioles closer Gregg Olson discussed being inducted into the College Baseball Hall of Fame, beating prostate cancer and MLB’s “sticky stuff” issue:
Aberdeen IronBirds shortstop Jordan Westburg discussed his solid first professional season and the relationship/friendly competition he’s developed with Gunnar Henderson:
Team USA Olympic Rugby Sevens captain Abby Gustaitis (North Harford) discussed a career path that went from her thinking her athletics career was over after high school to now being on her way to competing for gold in Tokyo:
Fangraphs’ Eric Longenhagen discussed the Orioles’ options with the fifth pick in the MLB Draft and why Adley Rutschman is a “future Hall of Fame” talent:
New England Revolution defender Jon Bell (UMBC) discussed making his MLS debut this season and scoring his first career goal:
White Sox OF/1B Gavin Sheets (Gilman) discussed his very successful MLB debut and what it would mean to him to play in Baltimore next weekend against the Orioles:
Competitive eater Joey Chestnut discussed his pursuit of a 14th Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating contest title July 4 and a bad crab cake experience he once had:
Bowie Baysox catcher and Orioles top prospect Adley Rutschman discussed being named to the All-Star Futures Game and having his mitt busted by a Grayson Rodriguez pitch:
UMBC athletic director Brian Barrio discussed the NCAA’s implementation of NIL policy and what it means for the school’s athletes:
For more, visit GlennClarkRadio.com.
Photo Credit: William Vaughan/Bowie Baysox