Just as we predicted, the Orioles split a series in Boston — though not in the order we originally said. Jab and Zach discuss the O’s offensive surge last night in Fenway Park, Trey Mancini’s two homer night and the continued struggles of the starting rotation. The guys also weigh in with their thoughts on the Capitals series against the Maple Leafs.
It’s been a busy weekend. Jab and Zach discuss Mother’s Day and Bartolo Colon hitting a dinger. Then they dive into the Orioles taking two of three from the A’s, Manny Machado’s AL MVP season to date, Jonathan Schoop getting hot at the plate, Adam Jones’ struggles and the Caps taking game five.
With the sixth pick in the 2016 NFL Draft the Baltimore Ravens selected offensive tackle Ronnie Stanley of Notre Dame. Jab and Zach talk about what the pick means for Eugene Monroe, discuss the Ravens looking to trade up for Jalen Ramsey and break down the Laremy Tunsil fiasco. Oh yeah, the Caps won game one against the Penguins on an overtime game winning goal from T.J. Oshie.
The boys are back and joining them is DMV radio P1 Jon DePompa to talk Caps/Pens! Jon breaks down the upcoming series as well as chiming in on some good local radio nuggets. Jab, Rich and Yack discuss who the Ravens and Redskins will target in the NFL Draft before they finish the program discussing the Nats and Orioles early season heaters. Spread the word if you like this type of nonsense.
What are the odds that Kevin Gausman is the Orioles best starter in 2016? That Pedro Alvarez plays more games than Hyun Soo Kim? Or that the Caps advance past the Penguins? Patrick Guthrie joins Jab and Zach on Odds Makers.
Brandon Holthaus of the Washington Capitals podcast, “What The Puck” joins Zach to talk about how the Caps became the best team in the NHL, what they might do at the trade deadline, why they’ve had so many come from behind victories and how they can win the President’s Trophy and the Stanley Cup this season.
Please enjoy this encore presentation of What The Puck from the Baltimore Sports Report Network. On this week’s episode both the boys are back on the show. We discuss Mike Richard’s first few games as a Capital. We also talk about Holtby and his recent dehydration scare. We then say goodbye to Sill and Ness.