It’s not enough anymore.There was a time when all the Orioles needed to do was put Baltimore back on the road jerseys.
But that’s not enough anymore. I will admit that I will still be emotional the first time I see the team playing on the road with the jerseys on; but it’s not enough.
It has to come with an admission of fault for the last 11 years.
It has to come with a promise of change.
It has to come with a commitment to the community, the organization, and the FANS.
But I get the feeling that none of those things are on the way.
This is a nice polish; but we’re still polishing a turd right now.
I LOVE the Orioles.
Let’s see what everyone else has to say…..
Best of Tuesday’s WNST Blogs:
Drew Forrester says Birds will get first crack at unveiling jerseys
Casey Willett says ‘Flacco makes history’
Casey Willett says McCune spent Camp with Ravens
Ed Frankovic says Caps battling for first place
RAVENS:The Official Site’s Mike Duffy
The Official Site’s Mike Duffy says Ravens have to face tough defenses in coming weeks
The Official Site says Rolle, Bannan love iPhones
The Official Site says Ngata enjoys ‘helping guys make plays’
Giants Official Site’s Michael Eisen says Stover, Carney bring remarkable kicking history to Sunday’s game
The Sun’s Edward Lee says W. Anderson just wanted to ‘prove he could play’ in Baltimore
The Sun’s Edward Lee says Ravens now have 16 players on IR
The Examiner’s Ron Snyder says Ravens no longer want to be ‘defined’ by defense
The Examiner’s Ron Snyder says Harbaugh thinks identity is ‘rough, tough, clean, disciplined football team’
Carroll County Times’ Haruki Nakamura trying to avoid ‘rookie wall’
TERRAPINS FOOTBALL:The Sun’s Jeff Barker
The Sun’s Jeff Barker says Barnes could be back in time for Senior Bowl
The Sun’s Jeff Barker says R. Costa suspended indefinitely
The Sun’s Jeff Barker says Costa’s status will be re-evaluated after legal issue resolved
The Sun’s Jeff Barker says Carolina’s Austin returning home after deciding against TerpsFrederick News-Post’s Greg Swatek
The Diamondback’s Eric Detweiler and Kyle Goon say officer hospitalized in Cornerstone incident
The Diamondback’s Eric Detweiler says Ivey will start at DT vs. Carolina
Washington Post’s Eric Prisbell says Costa has faced off-field troubles before
Washington Post’s Eric Prisbell says Drummond will back up Covington
Washington Post’s Eric Prisbell says Tar Heel Austin ‘excited’ to play at home
Washington Post’s B.J. Koubaroulis says Terps, Hokies interested in Edison LB Robertson
Terrapin Times’ Mike Ashley says Terps hope to see ‘history repeat’ vs. Heels (must subscribe)TERRAPINS BASKETBALL:
The Sun’s Matt Bracken
Terrapin Times’ Dan Painter says ’11 guard prospect Green likes Terps (must subscribe)TERRAPINS WOMEN’S BASKETBALL:
The Sun’s Childs Walker
The Sun’s Childs Walker says Terps feel they have ‘nothing to lose’Terrapin Times’ Dan Painter
says ’10 prospect Dolson has ‘ties’ to Terps (must subscribe)NAVY FOOTBALL:
Notre Dame Official Site
Notre Dame Official Site offers complete Irish-Mids release (pdf)The Sun’s Don Markus
Annapolis Capital’s Bill Wagner says Mids want to start own ‘streak’ over Irish
Annapolis Capital’s Bill Wagner says Niumatalolo trying to get practice closer to noon to prepare for early kickoff
Washington Post’s Camille Powell says Mids will use Dobbs off bench
Go Mids updates Navy opponents
NAVY BASKETBALL:Washington Post
says lowered expectations could help Navy (pdf)TOWSON BASKETBALL:
The Official Site
The Official Site offers complete Towson-Navy release (pdf)The Examiner’s Dave Carey
MORGAN FOOTBALL:The Official Site
HOPKINS FOOTBALL:The Official Site
The Official Site offers complete Jays-Terror release (pdf)SALISBURY FOOTBALL:
The Official Site
ORIOLES:The Sun’s Jeff Zrebiec
The Sun’s Rick Maese says Angelos learning to ‘stay out of the way’
The Sun’s Dan Connolly says Birds need a SS; Childs Walker says Birds need pitchingThe Sun’s Peter Schmuck
BALTIMORE COLTS:The Examiner’s Ron Snyder
HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL:Ravens Official Site
SOME QUICK THOUGHTS:-Sorry I couldn’t get a full update up today. I’ll get it up tomorrow.
-Congratulations to SunTrust Athlete of the Morning Lindsey Monger-who had 31 kills for the Rising Sun volleyball team as they rallied from down 2 sets and facing match point in the 3rd set to beat River Hill and advance to play Liberty for the 2A title.
Talk to you tomorrow.