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

Legendary stadium architect Janet Marie Smith discussed the 30th anniversary of the first season at Oriole Park at Camden Yards:

Eight-time PGA Tour winner Fred Funk (Maryland) discussed Scottie Scheffler’s Masters win and Tiger Woods’ performance in his first tournament back:

Former Loyola Blakefield baseball coach Jim Crowley discussed what it meant to him to see his former pitcher Bruce Zimmermann start the home opener for the Orioles:

Former Orioles shortstop and current 105.7 The Fan analyst Mike Bordick discussed what he’s seen from the Orioles early in the season:

Bowie Baysox pitcher and top Orioles prospect Drew Rom discussed his development and a particularly meaningful lesson he learned from John Means last year:

Former Fox 45 sports director Bruce Cunningham discussed his retirement from television, some legendary stories from his career and what’s next for him:

MLB Network and ESPN analyst and former MLB first baseman Xavier Scruggs discussed why Cedric Mullins should get more attention nationally and early-season MLB storylines:

Maryland Stadium Authority chairman Tom Kelso discussed the passage of HB 896 and what upgrades could be coming for M&T Bank Stadium and Oriole Park at Camden Yards:

NFL Network analyst and former Ravens scout Daniel Jeremiah discussed options for the Ravens with the 14th pick, including one player he could definitely see them moving up for:

Chattanooga offensive lineman and potential Ravens NFL Draft target Cole Strange discussed his comfort at center and why he’d enjoy being part of the Ravens’ run-first offense:

Michigan linebacker Josh Ross discussed his experience with Ravens defensive coordinator Mike Macdonald last year and growing up a huge fan of Ray Lewis:

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