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

Orioles pitcher Keegan Akin discussed the success he’s found in the bullpen and why he has no plans to return to being a starter:

WJZ 13 analyst and former Ravens wide receiver Qadry Ismail discussed the Ravens’ lack of receiver depth and why he doesn’t believe it is an issue:

Maryland lacrosse coach John Tillman discussed how the Terps got to 15-0 and this week’s quarterfinal showdown with Virginia:

Double-A Bowie utility man Adam Hall discussed how his versatility playing different positions could be his ticket to the bigs:

Baltimore basketball legend Muggsy Bogues (Dunbar) discussed his new book “Muggsy” and how his tough upbringing here (including being the victim of a shooting at age 5) drove him to the unbelievable success he found in the NBA and pop culture:

MLB Pipeline analyst Jonathan Mayo discussed why he doesn’t think there’s as much separation between Druw Jones and other potential No. 1 pick prospects as some analysts do:

UMBC softball coach Chris Kuhlmeyer discussed a third straight America East title and trip to the NCAA Tournament:

NBC race announcer Larry Collmus (Mount Saint Joseph) discussed his dramatic call of Rich Strike’s upset win in the Kentucky Derby and his expectations for the Preakness:

Former Ravens Super Bowl winning coach Brian Billick discussed the newly announced 30 For 30 about the 2000 Ravens and why he believes Sam Koch deserves to be honored in the Pro Football Hall of Fame:

Triple-A Norfolk play-by-play voice Pete Michaud discussed what he’s seen from Adley Rutschman as well as thoughts on Grayson Rodriguez, D.L. Hall and other prospects:

NFL Network analyst Gregg Rosenthal discussed why he thinks Odell Beckham Jr. could be a good fit for the Ravens and his thoughts on the French Open:

NBC horse racing analyst and reporter Donna Brothers discussed Preakness and why she’s come around on the idea that the Triple Crown races should be separated more:

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