Locked on Oriolesactive
Locked Orioles is the daily podcast giving you unrivaled coverage of the Baltimore Orioles. Hosted by Justin McGuire, the podcast breaks down the latest news and gives you expert analysis of your Orioles from the clubhouse to the warehouse and beyond. It's all O's, all the time.
Country Of Origin |
USA
Produced In |
Hendersonville, NC
Premiere Date |
2018-02-20
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#Orioles
Frequency |
Daily

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Ryan McKenna wasn't considered one of the top 30 Orioles prospects entering the season. But the 21-year-old outfielder has turned heads with his amazing hitting exploits at Single-A Frederick.Prospects writer Ralph Lifshitz joins us to take a closer look at McKenna and other Orioles prospects, including Ryan Mountcastle and Austin Hayes.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Chance Sisco was, by some measures, the second-best performing position player on the Orioles. Did the Orioles' decision to send him to the minors make sense?Matt Taylor of RoarFrom34.com joins us to discuss that and more, including Ned Colletti, Richard Bleier and the Orioles' dysfunctional front office.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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The Braves? The Cardinals? The Diamondbacks? The Angels? Which team is the best partner for the Orioles when they trade Manny Machado?Ryan Fagan of Sporting News joins us to discuss possible trade destination for Baltimore's star shortstop. Plus, Fagan and host Justin McGuire ponder just how bad the Orioles have been thus far. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Former All-Star closer Zach Britton has returned to the active roster for the Orioles for the first time since 2017. But what value does an elite closer have to a last-place team.Steve Caimano of Eutaw Street report returns to the podcast to talk about Britton's role going forward, what kind of return the O's can expect if they trade Britton and whether Brad Brach should be dealt as well. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Luke Siler of Orioles Hangout returns to the podcast to discuss Baltimore's 2018 draft from the fourth round on.Overall, Siler says, the team's late round efforts, which emphasized pitchers and athletic, defensive-minded position players, was an improvement over the first three rounds.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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With their first three picks in the 2018 MLB Draft, the Orioles selected high school pitcher Grayson Rodriguez and two college players, infielder Cadyn Grenier and pitcher Blake Knight.What's the initial take on the team's draft haul? Luke Siler of Orioles Hangout returns to the show to give his thoughts on the three picks. And he offers a letter grade that will be of interest to O's fans. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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The last-place Orioles reportedly have some interest in pursuing  Hanley Ramirez. What isn't clear is why a last-place team with an abundance of first basemen and designated hitters would want or need the former Red Sox slugger.Luke Jone, Orioles beat reporter for WNST radio, joins us to give his thoughts on the Ramirez situation. Jones also discusses relief pitcher Tanner Scott, a possible future closer for the O's.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Manny Machado? Nick Markakis? Brian Roberts? WIth the 2018 MLB Draft starting tonight, host Justin McGuire ranks the best first-round picks in Orioles franchise history. Also, a look at some of the prospects Baltimore may take with the 11th overall pick this year. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Chris Davis may just be the worst everyday player in baseball, and he still has more than four years left on his contract. Is Davis' deal destined to be the worst in baseball history?Dan Szymborski, an ESPN baseball analyst, joins us to discuss Davis' contract and his abysmal performance in 2018. Plus, Szymborski and host Justin McGuire discuss Manny Machado, Kevin Gausman and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Ryan Mountcastle, DJ Stewart and Preston Palmeiro are among the Orioles minor leaguers who have shined so far in 2018. Nick Stevens of Baby Birdland joins us to give his thoughts on which players at every level -- from Delmarva to Norfolk -- have the brightest futures with the Birds. Stevens and host Justin McGuire also look at some players who have disappointed.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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For years, people have speculated the Yankees would sign Manny Machado once the young star hit free agency. But it is inevitable that Machado will end up in pinstripes?Jesse Spector, host of Locked on Yankees, joins us to discuss that and more, including Bryce Harper and other teams that may have an interest in Machado.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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With the MLB Draft less than two weeks away, it's time to consider who the Orioles may select with the 11th overall pick. Nick Faleris, a draft expert with 2080Baseball.com, joins us to look at some prospects who figure to be on the Birds' radar.Faleris tells host Justin McGuire Baltimore would be thrilled if Florida 3B Jonathan India, one of the best college bats in the draft, is still available at No. 11. Other players to keep any eye on: LHP Matthew Liberatore, RHP Cole Winn, RHP Brady Singer and RHP Ethan Hankins,Also, Faleris gives his thoughts on who will be the No. 1 overall pick this year.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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The 2018 Orioles are bad. Really bad. It's not yet Memorial Day, and the team is well out of contention.So what's an O's fan to do? Rachel Ullrich, a senior editor at ESPN the Magazine and a long-time Birds fan, joins us to discuss coping mechanisms for those emotionally invested in a terrible team.Plus, Ullrich and host Justin McGuire share some of their favorite Oriole memories.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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There are few bigger mysteries in the world of baseball than the Orioles' refusal to participate fully in the international player market.Ben Badler, senior writer for Baseball America, says Baltimore's curious approach is perhaps the worst example of mismanagement by ownership in all of MLB. Badler joins us to talk about the problem and explains why he doesn't see it getting better any time soon.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Manny Machado is putting up MVP numbers for the last-place Orioles. Usually playing for a losing team keeps a player from taking home the award -- but Machado's case in a bit out of the ordinary.What if the 25-year-old shortstop is traded mid-season and helps his new team land a playoff spot? Andrew Stetka of MASNSports.com ponders the question of what could happen in that case.Plus, Stetka and host Justin McGuire talk about the team's broadcasters.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Kevin Gausman has been overshadowed by Dylan Bundy this year, but the 27-year-old has quietly emerged as the most consistent starter on the Orioles staff.Tyler Young of Camden Chat returns to the podcast to talk about what Gausman has done well this year as he finally starts to live up to his enormous potential. Young and host Justin McGuire also discuss Bundy and ponder why Chris Tillman is still an Oriole.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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The Orioles are staring into an abyss in 2019 and beyond. So says our guest for this episode, Camden Depot editor Jon Shepherd.Shepherd says the uncertainty begins in the front office, where Dan Duquette's days in charge are almost certainly coming to an end. The O's also have to decide what role, if any, Buck Showalter will have going forward. And what about Brady Anderson?The only thing is certain is that the Orioles are going to have to make some changes if they expect to get back to winning in the future.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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In a year of darkness, Richard Bleier has been a ray of sunshine for the Orioles. The 31-year-old, who toiled in the minors for nine years, has put up eye-popping numbers despite not being a strikeout pitcher.Kyle Andrews, who covers the team for FOX Sports Radio 1340, joins us to discuss Bleier's extraordinary season so far. Also, Andrews and host Justin McGuire try to find other bright spots in this dismal season.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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The Orioles are terrible and there is every reason to believe they will go on being terrible. So why should fans keep watching?Jason Foster of Sporting News and host Justin McGuire talk about the pain of following a bad team and make some suggestions about things to keep an eye on this season, including Dylan Bundy, Richard Bleier and prospects like Austin Hays. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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The reeling Baltimore Orioles have several important decisions to make over the next several months -- decisions that will effect the franchise for years to come.Randy DeCleene of Camden Chat says it makes no sense for the Orioles to leave Dan Duquette and Buck Showalter in limbo as they face those decisions. The team must either extend the contracts of Duquette and Showalter -- or let both of them go, DeCleene says. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Dodgers shortstop Corey Seager is out for the season because of Tommy John surgery. Does that mean Los Angeles will be in the hunt for Manny Machado should the Orioles decide to make him available?Don't count on it, says Jay Jaffe of FanGraphs. The Dodgers almost certainly won't be willing to give up the blue-chip prospects necessary to land Machado. And Jaffe says there are several other reasons Los Angeles won't want to make a deal.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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The Orioles came close to trading Manny Machado to the Cubs for Addison Russell and Mike Montgomery this offseason. With the O's horrendous start, the possibility of a deal with Chicago has been given new life.Evan Altman of CubsInsider.com joins us to explain why a Machado deal would make sense for the North Siders. The question remains, though: Would it make sense for the Orioles?Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Adam Jones has been the face of the Orioles for a decade. He is beloved in Baltimore and has always represented the city and team with class and dignity.Nonetheless, it is time for the Orioles to part ways with the five-time All-Star, argues our guest, Paul Valle of Eutaw Street Report. Valle says the O's should deal Jones while making every effort to re-sign Manny Machado.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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The 2018 Orioles are shaping up to be one of the worst teams in Baltimore history. That's no fun.Instead of wallowing in misery, let's take a look back at the best team in O's history. The 1970 O's won 108 games and took the American League East by 15 games. After that, they went 7-1 in the postseason to earn their second World Series title.Author Mark Armour joins us to discuss that glorious season and more.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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The 2018 season has been a disaster so far for the Orioles, who find themselves at 6-17 and with seemingly little hope of righting the ship.Will Leitch, national correspondent for the MLB, joins us and says it's well past time for the O's to make Manny Machado and other stars available to the highest bidder. The rebuilding process will be slow and painful for fans, he says, but the team has no choice but to give up on the past and present and look to the future.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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It's no fun to talk about the 2018 Orioles, so we decided to take a look at the Orioles of the future. Luke Siler of Orioles Hangout joins us to talk about how Baltimore's prospects are looking so far.Among those who have caught Siler's eye: The six-man Delmarva rotation led by D.L. Hall, Frederick 2B Preston Palmeiro and Norfolk RHP David Hess.It's all great, though as prospects Austin Hayes and Cody Sedlock have struggled so far in 2018.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Chris Davis has been one of the worst players in MLB so far in 2018, and the 32-year-old looks like he may be effectively done as an everyday player. That's the bad news.The worse news? Davis is only in the beginning of Year 3 of a huge seven-year deal he signed with the Birds in 2016. What do the Orioles do about what is clearly the worst contract in baseball?Matt Kremnitzer of Camden Depot joins us to discuss that and more, including whether the Orioles should consider trading Jonathan Schoop, Brad Brach and others at the trade deadline.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Two weeks into the 2018 season, the Orioles have been one of baseball's most disappointing teams. So disappointing, in fact, that some observers seem to think longtime manager Buck Showalter's job may be in jeopardy.But is Showalter, whose contract expires at season's end, really in danger of losing his job? Sporting News baseball writer Ryan Fagan joins us to discuss that and more.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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The Orioles moved Manny Machado to shortstop and Tim Beckham to third base this season. The move may be good for Machado when he hits the free-agent market, is it good for the team?Andrew Stetka of Eutaw Street Report and MASNSports.com joins us to explain why he thinks the Orioles made a mistake is allowing Machado to play shortstop and forcing Beckham to an unfamiliar position. So far, neither player has looked comfortable defensively.Stetka and host Justin McGuire also talk about Baltimore's early season attendance woes.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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The Orioles are carrying three Rule 5 players on their roster this year, including two relief pitchers. Has such a strategy backfired by limiting the team's roster flexibility and forcing inexperienced pitchers into key situations?Eduardo Encina of The Baltimore Sun joins us to discuss that and more. Other topics: WhetherBrad Brach in danger of losing the closer's role and who will be the odd man out when Alex Cobb joins the rotation.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Through his first two starts, Dylan Bundy has looked like the ace Orioles fans have envisioned since the righthander was selected as the fourth overall pick in the 2011 MLB Draft. Can he keep it up?Craig Edwards of FanGraphs joins us to discuss Bundy's development and whether he would benefit from pitching on extra rest. Edwards examined that question in depth for a recent article and found some intriguing results.Plus, Josh Sroka of Section 336 returns to the podcast to discuss the Orioles' amazing weekend series against the Yankees in which the Birds won three of four games in the Bronx.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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The Double-A Bowie Baysox, who open their season tonight, have a roster full of  some of the Orioles' top prospects, including Hunter Harvey, Austin Hays and Ryan Mountcastle. Adam Pohl, the play-by-play broadcaster for the Baysox, joins us to preview the 2018 team and discuss what to expect out of Harvey, Hays, Mountcastle and other top prospects.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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What does Orioles' slow start mean for 2018 and beyond?Let's not sugarcoat it: The Orioles are a bad baseball team right now. The O's are 1-4 and have struggled with both pitching and hitting so far in 2018.What does the slow start mean? Is Buck Showalter's job in danger? Will the Orioles we sellers at the deadline? Can the Birds survive a brutal April schedule? Luke Jones of WNST radio joins us to discuss that and more.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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The 2018 Orioles are off to a rough start, but they will not go 0-21. That was the fate of the 1988 Birds, who set a major league record for futility with their terrible start.Matt Taylor of Roar From 34 joins us to discuss that infamous season. How did a team with two future Hall of Famers play so poorly? What was the state of baseball in Baltimore at the time? And why did the city embrace such an awful team?It wasn't fun, but it was part of Baltimore's rich baseball history.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Coming off a terrible series against the Twins, the Orioles head to Houston to face the defending World Series champion Astros. Eric Huysman of Climbing Tal's Hill joins host Justin McGuire to talk about the Astros and their many strengths, including Jose Altuve, Carlos Correa and a Justin Verlander-led starting rotation.Also, McGuire looks back at the O's weekend woes against Minnesota. Was the pitching to blame? The hitting? Or both?And why exactly are the Twins mad at Chance Sisco? We talk about that as well.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Welcome back, baseball!Adam Jones sent the Opening Day crowd at Camden Yards home happy with an 11th-inning walkoff homer to lead the Orioles to a 3-2 win over the Minnesota Twins. It was the third straight walkoff Opening Day win for the Birds and the team's eight straight overall. Jake English of the Bird's Eye View podcast was among those happy fans, and he joins us to discuss Jones' heroics, plus Dylan Bundy, Chris Davis, Brad Bach, the atmosphere at the ballpark and much more.Let's do this 161 more times.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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We did it! We made it through another winter and have arrived at Opening Day 2018. The Orioles start the season today with the first of a three-game series vs. the Minnesota Twins at Camden Yards. Mike Berardino, who covers the Twins for the St. Paul Pioneer Press, joins us to preview the series. Coming off a wild-card appearance last season, Minnesota made several upgrades during the offseason. Among the news faces is starting pitcher Odorizzi, who takes the mound today vs. Dylan Bundy.Play ball! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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The Yankees and Red Sox are loaded. The Blue Jays look like they're ready to make another run at the postseason. And who knows what to make of the Rays?The Orioles once again find themselves competing in the strongest division in baseball. Emma Span of The Athletic MLB joins us to preview the division. Are the Yankees really as good as advertised? Can the Red Sox win a third straight division title? Will the Blue Jays' rotation carry them to the playoffs? And how about the Orioles? We address that and more.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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This week marks the 26th anniversary of a key incident in Orioles history. In March 1992, New York book editor Elaine Benes, a native of Towson, Md., was asked to remove her Orioles hat at a Yankees game.Jason Foster and Jason Wheatley join host Justin McGuire to break down the shocking event -- and its ugly repercussions for Benes and her friends, Jerry Seinfeld, George Costanza and Cosmo Kramer. Truly this is an episode about nothing.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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John McGee is a British Red Sox fan who is committed to watching all 162 Orioles games this year. How did this happen? Why did he agree to it?McGee, co-host of the Bat Flips and Nerds podcast, joins us to discuss his predicament, which involves ChristianVazquez, Jett Bandy and ... you know what, you probably should just listen to hear him explain it. McGee also gives his thoughts on Alex Cobb, the AL wild-card race and what it's like to be a baseball fan in Great Britain. Contact us at lockedonorioles@gmail.com to suggest guests and topics or to ask mailbag questions. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Fans and analysts have spent a lot of time talking about the Orioles' potential weaknesses in 2018. Today we're going to take a different approach and look at the club's strengths.R.J. Anderson of CBSSPorts.com joins us to talk about the things fans should be excited about this year, including Manny Machado, Jonathan Schoop and Buck Showalter. Anderson and host Justin McGuire also talk about the team's rotation, bullpen and plans beyond 2018.To suggest guests or topics, please contact us at lockedonorioles@gmail.com.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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With Opening Day just over a week away, the Orioles finally made the big move many fans had hoped for, signing free-agent RHP Alex Cobb to a four-year deal.Was it a smart move for the Birds? Josh Sroka of the Section 336 podcast joins host Justin McGuire to break down the signing and assess whether the Orioles should now be considered a legitimate playoff contender. Also, they look at where Cobb slots into the starting rotation.Give us your thoughts on the Cobb signing at lockedonorioles@gmail.com.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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The Orioles need starting pitching. Free-agent RHP Alex Cobb needs a job. Seems like a perfect match, right?For some reason, though, the O's have showed little interest in the former Ray. Kyle Andrews of FOX Sports 1340 AM joins us to discuss that and the state of the Baltimore rotation. Is Chris Tillman a lock? How about Mike Wright?Andrews also talks about the Orioles' catching situation and who will make the Opening Day roster. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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With several big contracts coming off the books, the Orioles looked primed to make a splash in the free agent market this offseason. Instead, the team has limited itself to uninspiring add-ons like Colby Rasmus and Andrew Cashner.Jon Shepherd, editor of Camden Depot, joins us to try to figure out why Dan Duquette Co. have kept the payroll so low in a year in which the Birds ostensibly are trying to contend. The answer may not be too pleasing to O's fans.Other topics addressed include the MASN controversy, Anthony Santander and whether Brady Anderson is likely to take replace Duquette. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Top Orioles pitching prospect Hunter Harvey has looked impressive so far in spring training, leading many to wonder whether the 23-year-old former first-round draft pick might break camp with the big club.But Luke Siler says that would be a foolish move for the O's considering Harvey's injury history and lack of minor league experience (he pitched in only 18 2/3 innings in 2017). Siler, a prospect writer for Orioles Hangout, joins us to discuss how Harvey has looked so far and what Baltimore's long-term plans might be.Siler and host Justin McGuire also talk about Chance Sisco, Austin Hays and other Orioles prospects. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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The Orioles didn't do much to improve their shaky starting rotation during the offseason. At this point, only Dylan Bundy, Kevin Gausman and Andrew Cashner look like locks to be starters -- and all come with questions.The Tampa Bay Rays are planning to move away from a five-man rotation, and Steve Caimano of Eutaw Street Report thinks the Orioles should take a similar step. He explains the benefits -- and possible drawbacks -- of his radical plan to use a three-man rotation.Also, we talk about Hunter Harvey's future and more.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Things look bleak for the Orioles over the next five seasons, according to ESPN's Future Power Rankings. The Birds rank 28th out of MLB's 30 teams. Ouch.Dan Szymborski, ESPN analyst and co-author of the rankings, joins us to discuss how Baltimore's outlook is hindered by a weak farm system, indecisive front office and ineffective offseason moves. The Orioles, he says, likely need to completely change their culture if they are going to compete in the mighty American League East.It's not all bad, however. Szymborski says Orioles have some reason to be optimistic about young pitchers like Kevin Gausman, Dylan Bundy, Hunter Harvey and Tanner Scott. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Tim Beckham? Colby Rasmus? Adam Jones? Who will be the Orioles' leadoff hitter for the 2018 season?The problem, as always, is that the O's lack high on-base percentage hitters to slot into the leadoff spot. Would Buck Showalter consider a rookie like Chance Sisco or Austin Hayes? What about a veteran like Alex Presley? Tyler Young of Camden Chat joins us to discuss Baltimore's less-than-inspiring choices to hold down the No. 1 spot in the lineup. Also, we discuss where Jonathan Schoop and Manny Machado figure to bat. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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The Orioles superstar, who has been on fire so far this spring, will almost certainly leave the team via free agency after the season. So does Baltimore trade him now while his value is high or hope to ride his hot bat to contention in 2018? And when do they make that decision? How close do a playoff spot do they have to be to hold on to Machado?Ryan Fagan of Sporting News joins us to discuss that and more. Among topics addressed: Do the Orioles try to add Alex Cobb or another arm before the season starts and what will become of Adam Jones? Also, Justin McGuire bids farewell to former Orioles relief pitcher Sammy Stewart.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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An Oriole has been named American League MVP five times, from Brooks Robinson in 1964 to Cal Ripken Jr. in 1991.Author Jeremy Lehrman joins us to take an in-depth look at each selection and whether it was justified. Also, Lehrman answers whether any Oriole was ever robbed of the award.Plus, host Justin McGuire has the grisly details of Wednesday's Grapefruit League loss to the Cardinals.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Starting pitcher Kevin Gausman will be key to the Orioles' success this year, but what can fans expect from the 27-year-old righthander? Kyle Andrews of FOX Sports Radio 1340 joins us to talk about Gausman and the rest of the Birds' starting rotation.Among topics discussed: Will Baltimore add another starting pitcher? Will Austin Hays and Chance Sisco be in the majors on Opening Day? Will Buck Showalter be back in 2019? How about Adam Jones?Give it a listen and let us know what you think. Drop us a line at lockedonorioles@gmail.com and suggest show topics and guests and ask us questions for our mailbag segment.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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It won't be long before the Orioles are looking for help down on the farm. What kind of talent is available?Luke Siler of Orioles Hangout joins us to take a look at the top 10 prospects in the Orioles system, including Austin Hays, Chance Sisco and Hunter Harvey. Will any of these players be part of the next era or Baltimore baseball. Siler's ranking the O's top prospects can by found here.We also take a look at the Birds' slow Grapefruit League start.So give it a listen, share it with your friends, and pop on over to @LockedOnOrioles on Twitter to say how much you loved it. For longer screeds, or to submit mailbag questions, hit up LockedOnOrioles@gmail.com or just tweet them.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Under Buck Showalter, the Orioles frequently win more games than the various advanced stat forecasting systems say they should. How much credit should the manager get for that? Russell Carleton tackled that question in the Baseball Prospectus 2018 annual. He joins us to discuss what he found and give us his thoughts on the 2018 Birds, the future of Austin Hays and more.Also, host Justin McGuire gives his thoughts on the Colby Rasmus signing.So give it a listen, share it with your friends, and pop on over to @LockedOnOrioles on Twitter to say how much you loved it. For longer screeds, or to submit mailbag questions, hit up LockedOnOrioles@gmail.com or just tweet them. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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All O's, all the time.The first episode of Locked on Orioles is here. Get to know host Justin McGuire and hear what he has in store for the daily podcast focused on your beloved Birds.Joining Justin for our first episode is special guest Matt Kremnitzer of Camden Depot. Justin and Matt preview the 2018 season and address such burning issues as Buck Showalter's future with the team, filling out the starting rotation and whether Mark Trumbo and Chris Davis can bounce back from disastrous 2017 performances.And, of course, they talk about Manny Machado's future. Sigh,So give it a listen, share it with your friends, and pop on over to @LockedOnOrioles on Twitter to say how much you loved it. For longer screeds, or to submit mailbag questions, hit up LockedOnOrioles@gmail.com or just tweet them. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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