Spring Training is winding down and the Orioles appear ready to head north to Baltimore to kick off the 2017 MLB season. Jab and Zach make some predictions and take you through some of the last position battles and discuss how they see Buck Showalter’s roster looking on Opening Day.
It’s a tradition like no other! The 6th Annual MLB Predictions Show. Anything and everything is predicted by Jab, Patrick and Zach. The guys run through the Rookies of the Year, Cy Young Award Winners and MVPs. Then they go through each division and give you a winner, two wild cards and World Series matchup and winner. Along the way, the guys look back on last year’s terrible predictions and make some bold proclamations for 2017. What better way to get you ready for the upcoming season?
Happy Monday, 1 of 9’s. Jab and Zach take you through a busy weekend full of NCAA Tournament action, including North Carolina’s last second victory over Kentucky. The guys then discuss the shape of the Orioles roster with just one week until Opening Day and talk about some encouraging news regarding Chris Tillman’s health.
Ken Rosenthal wrote a doozy about Brady Anderson’s interesting role as Orioles Vice President of Baseball Operations. Today, Jab and Zach answer all of the hard questions in a game of “Yes Or No”. Should Anderson have to report to Buck Showalter or Dan Duquette? Do you consider Brady to be a spy for Orioles ownership? Does Brady want Duquette’s job? Should Brady have a locker in the O’s clubhouse? The guys answer these questions and more on BST.
What a weekend. My goodness. Jab and Zach draft the biggest stories of the weekend, talking about Adam Jones robbing Manny Machado in the World Baseball Classic, the Capitals clinching a playoff spot in Tampa, and Maryland getting bounced in the first round of the NCAA tournament against Xavier.
Former Maryland Terrapin Sean Mosley joins Jab and Zach to preview the Terps matchup against Xavier in the NCAA Tournament. Mosley reflects on the job Mark Turgeon has done with this team, talks about their loss to Northwestern in the Big Ten Tournament, and discusses his experience playing for UMD from 2008-2012.
The Maryland Terps are a number 6 seed in the NCAA Tournament. They’ll play Xavier in the west region on Thursday in Orlando. After a disappointing finish to the season, in which Mark Turgeon’s team finished 4-6 and lost in the first round of the Big Ten tournament to Northwestern, the guys discuss their matchup against number 11 Xavier and give an overall preview of the Madness. Jabby Burns joins Patrick and Zach live from Sarasota.