Wednesday, November 25, 2020

Intelligent Conversation

Mike Mussina

Twelve Orioles thoughts ahead of an Opening Day not to be

The timing of Trey Mancini being diagnosed with colon cancer coinciding with baseball's shutdown has made the news even more difficult to process.

Twelve Orioles thoughts on Mussina’s Hall of Fame election

How should the Orioles honor the second-best pitcher in club history?

Mussina finally moves out of shadows and into Cooperstown

A deeper look at the numbers over time made the former Orioles pitcher's invitation to Cooperstown the right call.

The Peter Principles (Ch. 11) – Letting The Moose Loose in pinstripes

Peter Angelos hated losing to George Steinbrenner. This story sheds new light on Orioles biggest loss to Yankees...

The Peter Principles (Ch. 10) – Syd Thrift, Confederate money and the new Oriole Way of 21st century

(Author note: This is Chapter 10 of my book “The Peter Principles,” which I was working to finish in March 2014 when my wife was diagnosed with leukemia the first time. I will be releasing the entire book for...

The Peter Principles (Ch. 9) – Albert was not the Belle of Baltimore

Dinner with Fidel Castro, breakfast with Albert Belle and many years of losing ahead for King Peter

The Peter Principles (Ch. 7) – Wren not zen, a Ray of darkness and Frank malaise sets over Orioles

(Author note: This is Chapter 7 of my book "The Peter Principles," which I was working to finish in March 2014 when my wife was diagnosed with leukemia the first time. I will be releasing the entire book for...

The Peter Principles (Ch. 6) – Wire to Wire, champagne and the Dumb Dumb divorce

Davey Johnson faxed The Baltimore Sun. Peter Angelos faxed The Washington Post. Both of their letters were published. Life has never been the same for Orioles fans. Read and learn...

The Peter Principles (Ch. 4) – The Dumb Dumb error begins in Baltimore

The Ballad of Davey Johnson begins in Baltimore. All he ever did was win baseball games...

Former Orioles star Mussina moves closer to Hall of Fame

The 270-game winner received 63.5 percent of the vote, up from 51.8 percent last year.
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Our favorite Hall of Famer discusses COVID effect on Ravens and how defenses attack Lamar

Hall of Famer Rod Woodson catches up with Nestor on about his passion for teaching the game of football around the world. And the weirdness of being stuck in middle of the Baltimore and Pittsburgh rivalry.

McPhee joins growing list of Ravens’ positive tests before Pittsburgh game

The veteran outside linebacker won't be able to play in the Pittsburgh game, which is still scheduled for Thursday night.

Grieving the loss of the Calvert Hall and Loyola on Thanksgiving Day

A tradition unlike any other, the cancellation of the Turkey Bowl makes this a silent pigskin holiday pausing a passionate local rivalry. Former Delegate...

Andrews: “People are starting to count us out, and that’s fine”

The Ravens tight end says his team is feeling plenty of urgency to turn the recent struggles around.