Posts filed under ‘sports’

6-8-12: The Top of the American League East?

The Orioles are in a battle with the Yankees to stay at the top of the American League East. We talk with sports contributor Mark Hyman about their chances, along with the results of the draft.

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5-29-12: A Third Try for a Second Grand Prix

It’s about three months till the scheduled Grand Prix race in Downtown Baltimore. And the city has just signed on with its third group of organizers, after two previous contracts fell through. We’ll ask J.P. Grant of Race On LLC and John Lopes of Andretti Sports Marketing how they plan to pull it off.

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5-11-12: Sports Talk

Tom talks sports with author and journalist Mark Hyman.

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5-8-12: The Public Radio Listener’s Guide to Sports

Tom Hall talks with NPR commentator Frank Deford about his new book “Over Time: My Life as a Sportswriter.”

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3-16-12: The Cost of Sports

We talk with sports journalist and author Mark Hyman about his new book on the financial cost of youth sports.

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2-17-12: Sports!

Tom Hall talks sports with Mark Hyman.

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1-20-12: The Purple Pain Versus the Patriots

The Ravens travel to New England this weekend to take on the Patriots for the AFC championship title. Tom Hall previews the game with sports journalist Mark Hyman.

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12-26-11: The Legacy of John Mackey

Tom Hall talks with sports journalist Mark Hyman about the legacy the former Baltimore Colt will leave, both in terms of football, and in terms of caring for injuries.

Continue Reading December 26, 2011 at 7:50 am 1 comment

12-23-11: Should College Athletes Be Paid?

Should corporations and universities be rolling in money while “student athletes” are paid purely in glory? Historian Taylor Branch tells Tom Hall why he says no.

Continue Reading December 23, 2011 at 7:40 am 1 comment

12-19-11: An Ode to the Boys of Summer

The poet Ogden Nash loved the Orioles — and baseball — with a passion. A poem he wrote about the players is now being published as a picture book, with extra background on the players from his daughter Linell Nash Smith.

Continue Reading December 19, 2011 at 7:55 am Leave a comment

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