Monday, March 30th, 2015

The most interesting rotation being talked about this spring in Baltimore may not even be on the field. During yesterdays game against the Yankees, voice of NHL 10 Gary Throne announced a plethora of replacements for the chair next to him, which was vacated by Buck Martinez this offseason. It appears MASN will be filling [...]

Last week, Charm City’s 2nd baseman left the sunny Sarasota weather to return home to Baltimore to see a Dr. Lee Riley, a back specialist at Johns Hopkins. Speculation remains on how he really hurt his back, but whatever the cause, B-Rob is in some pain. How much pain you may ask???– enough to get [...]

The Ravens’ first wave of voluntary offseason workouts commenced this week, and gracing Owings Mills with his presence was a guy that, by his own admission, might not have been in the best of shape last season. Linebacker/defensive end Terrell Suggs, who missed the offseason workouts in 2008 and 2009, and training camp in 2008, [...]

With the Ravens having largely addressed their wide receiver issues over the last week by trading for Anquan Boldin and resigning Derrick Mason, the next look at the experts’ mock drafts promises to have a fully different feel than last time, when just about everyone had the Ravens going WR at pick #25. All of [...]

Yesterday, I spent my Sunday wandering around Casa Del Goob with my “Free The Birds” t-shirt on looking for something to do. My normal go-to routine when I can escape Mrs. Goob is to run directly to the TV and play some Call of Duty until my retinas burn. Before inflicting potentially blinding eye conditions, [...]

Breaking news late this afternoon has the Ravens trading their 3rd and 4th-round draft picks in this year’s Draft to the Arizona Cardinals for wide receiver Anquan Boldin and a 5th round pick. Adam Schefter of ESPN has reported that the Ravens and Boldin have already agreed on a new 4-year deal for $28 million [...]

The above was posted on Twitter by Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports (and formerly of the Baltimore Sun) this morning after Matusz made his 2010 debut yesterday afternoon. Matusz struck out four in an inning and 1/3 (that’s all four outs for those of you keeping score at home), but allowed a home run on [...]

Yes that’s right, the O’s have officially started playing exhibition games – basically,  facing prospects other than their own in games that mean practically nothing. A few Orioles young’uns treated the 12-2 whooping of the Tampa Bay Ray’s as exactly what it was— a glorified batting practice. If chicks dig the long ball, yesterday was [...]