Catching Up With Former Orioles SS Mike Bordick

Stan “The Fan” Charles and Ross Grimsley chat with MASN analyst and former Orioles shortstop Mike Bordick about his career, the challenge of following Cal Ripken Jr. and more, plus thoughts on this year’s playoffs and World Series predictions.

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Former Oriole Doug DeCinces On Replacing Brooks Robinson, Run-Ins With Earl Weaver

Doug DeCinces still remembers how fans felt about him as he took over for Brooks Robinson: “I wasn’t the most well-liked guy coming in and taking over for the guy that probably could have ran for mayor and governor and won both races in the same year.”

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Catching Up With Former Orioles OF Ken Singleton

Stan “The Fan” Charles and Ross Grimsley talk with former Orioles outfielder Ken Singleton about the similarities he sees between himself and current Orioles outfielder Anthony Santander, winners and losers of this year’s MLB trade deadline and more.

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Catching Up With Former Orioles Catcher Rick Dempsey

Stan “The Fan” Charles and Ross Grimsley talk with former Orioles catcher and 1983 World Series MVP Rick Dempsey about the trade that brought him to Baltimore, building a relationship with Earl Weaver, entertaining fans during rain delays and more.

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Catching Up With Former Orioles Outfielder Al Bumbry

Stan “The Fan” Charles and Ross Grimsley talk with former Orioles outfielder Al Bumbry about his time as a lieutenant in Vietnam and how that experience took pressure off him in baseball when he returned, plus playing for Earl Weaver, how he became a left-handed batter and more.

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Catching Up With Former Orioles Closer Gregg Olson

Stan “The Fan” Charles and former Orioles pitcher Ross Grimsley talk with former Orioles closer Gregg Olson, who shares the story of how he learned his curveball, the part Sandy Koufax played in his career and the game he’ll never forget.

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ESPN’s Tim Kurkjian On Career, 2020 MLB Season And More

Stan “The Fan” Charles and Ross Grimsley share stories with ESPN’s Tim Kurkjian, who reminisces about his days as an Orioles beat writer and shares his thoughts on the 2020 MLB season. Plus, Kurkjian explains why he thinks the Orioles and Yasiel Puig would be a great fit for this season.

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