ESR Joins The Fanimal on 105.7

Colby Rasmus finishes his swing and watches the ball as he starts to run.
GulfBird Photo/Craig Landefeld

Did you know that 105.7 actually has SPORTS TALK on Saturday mornings now, as opposed to just financial advice snoozefests? At least for an hour, anyway. From 8-9 AM (for now – stay tuned), the Editor-in-Chief of this here site and of our sister site, Russell Street Report, Tony Lombardi, hosts “The Fanimal,” a jam-packed hour of sports talk geared solely towards those of us who root for the Orioles and Baltimore Ravens. Tony is joined by Miles Goodman and a local musician every episode.

This week, Tony was kind enough to have me on to talk about the O’s for a few minutes. We touched on the “improvements” the team has made (so far) this offseason, the uncertain futures of so many current Orioles, both on-field and off, and the fans’ frustration over any lack of long-term plan or vision.

Click here to head over to The Fanimal’s archive. On Saturday’s show (3/3/2018), I’m on during Segment 1. You can catch up on all the past episodes on that site as well. Like I said, if you love the local teams – or local music! (listen to see what I mean) – you’ll love The Fanimal.

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Derek Arnold
RSR/ESR Senior Editor. Derek is originally from and a current resident of Pasadena, MD. He’s a graduate of UMBC and has been a lifelong Baltimore sports fan. In 2007 he founded B’More Birds’ Nest, where he wrote about the Ravens and Orioles before joining RSR in 2012. Derek tells anyone...more

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