Mar 31, 2021 • 1HR 44M

Predicting The Orioles 2021 Season (Ep. 62)

On this Opening Day eve we look forward to what should at times be a truly exciting and frustrating campaign.

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The 2021 MLB season is nearly upon us, and once again each of the 30 clubs will embark on a 162-game adventure that they hope will end with a ticker tape parade down Main Street in their home cities.

For 29 teams, however, that will not happen. Instead, they will endure an unending six-month slog that concludes with disappointment, missed opportunity, and regret. Aren't sports great!?

Anyway, the Orioles aren't expected to be very good this year. That's OK. Mike Elias has a plan. It's all going to work out and be just fine...just fine...just fine.

On this week's episode the fellas analyze the O's latest roster moves, banter about the mystery of Wade LeBlanc, criticize Elias for letting Zach Pop go, and make predictions about the season to come.

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