Orioles Broadcasters Brett Hollander and Geoff Arnold sit down with Orioles players, from the past and present, to breakdown news, highlights and emotions during their time with the Orioles.
On our premiere episode, Brett and Geoff catch up with Robert Andino to discuss his emotions during the 2011 “Curse of the Andino” game against Boston (14:00), the team’s chemistry (19:07) and keeping busy during quarantine (33:50).
Orioles Hall of Famer Scott McGregor joins Brett and Geoff to break down the 1983 team (6:43) , his relationship with Earl Weaver (11:55) and the daily Wheel of Fortune routine in the clubhouse (20:32).
First baseman Steve Pearce joins Brett and Geoff to talk about his tradition with Tommy Hunter (12:42), the emotions during the 2014 postseason (9:10) and the chemistry in the clubhouse.
Brett and Geoff sat down with Boog Powell to chat about the 1970 World Series team (8:40) and playing with Brooks Robinson (10:52) and Earl Weaver (17:43).
Brian Roberts sits down with Brett and Geoff to discuss the biggest comeback in Orioles history (7:16) and his family workouts during quarantine (26:40).
Rick Sutcliffe shared his favorite stories with Brett and Geoff about the first Opening Day at Camden Yards (10:52), his relationship with Ben McDonald (18:38) and Cal Ripken (17:42).
Former Orioles First-Base Coach Scott Coolbaugh joins Brett and Geoff to discuss Ryan Flaherty (16:05), the record-breaking game against the Phillies (9:31) and the evolution of hitting against the shift (26:41).
Bill Ripken joined Brett and Geoff to chat about his brother Cal Ripken's 2131 game streak (9:28), playing for his father and sharing his thoughts on old school baseball versus new school baseball (25:59).
On this week on Orioles Magic: The Podcast, presented by Miller Lite, Rodrigo Lopez shares his memories with Brett and Geoff about playing with the Orioles in the snow (2:01), pitching against Derek Jeter and Manny Ramirez (19:46) and playing with Miguel Tejada (27:26).
This week on Orioles Magic: The Podcast, presented by Miller Lite, Chad Bradford describes his “submarine” pitching approach (3:10), his depiction in Moneyball and relationship with Billy Beane (8:45), and his incredible postseason record (17:26).