The voice of Baltimore's most popular local sports radio station's callers. 105.7 Caller is Eutaw Street Report's version of PFT Commenter.
Andrew is a Bel Air, MD native who moved to Arizona in February 2011 and brought his passion for Baltimore sports to the desert. He previously worked at 105.7 The Fan in Baltimore as a producer and weekend host and is now a writer and editor for a national newswire that services thousands of radio stations across the country. Andrew grew up attending Orioles and Ravens games throughout his childhood and also went to many sporting events at Towson University and the University of Maryland including Football, Basketball and Lacrosse. He not only brings a great view from afar at the local Baltimore sports scene, but also has a unique national view on Charm City. You can follow Andrew on Twitter: @AStetka
Andrew Syropoulos is a native Baltimorean and graduated from the Baltimore School for the Arts early in the millennium. He then received his BFA in Theater from Marietta College in Ohio before returning home. The Orioles are his first sports love and Camden Yards is his summer home, which he loves to show off giving his own impromptu tours of OPACY to people who have never been. He has had season tickets for four years in Section 84. If he’s not there for a game, he’s listening on the radio or watching MASN with his 2 year-old shepherd-lab mix, Wieters. You can follow on Twitter @Andropoulos7.
Austin is Baltimore born and bred. At 16, he is a huge sports fan, with baseball and the Orioles at the top of the list. He is always looking to learn about baseball, loves to analyze players with sabermetric approaches, and enjoys the roots and history of the sport. He currently resides in Parkville. The Terps and Ravens are next on his list of favorite sports teams. Highlights of his fandom include standing in the RF flag court for Game 2 of the 2012 ALDS (Orioles vs Yankees), sitting ten rows back right by first base for the Orioles' AL East Clinching Win in 2014, and sitting in the CF bleachers for Delmon Young's historic double in the 2014 ALDS against the Tigers. You can follow him on Twitter @AustinRobo15.
As a Maryland native, I always loved the Orioles but after 18 years of living in the Old Line State I moved away for college and didn't return. Not being able to attend games was rough, so I searched for an outlet to connect with the O's. As someone who loves numbers, I naturally found a hobby in searching for weird and impressive Orioles stats. If you want join-in on the fun, follow me on Twitter at @BirdlandStats.
Carne Cabeza is the fat, shirtless, shameless, guy in the cape and tights you see at Ravens & Orioles games! He has been seen on many local and out of town radio shows and podcasts. Carne was featured on Fox 45's Cover Story and was seen on ESPN's Around the Horn. Once a high school newspaper editor and aspiring computer programmer, he is now relegated to managing an embroidery shop in Rockville, MD. Follow Carne on Twitter @LuchadOrioles or at www.facebook.com/CarneCabeza. You can also visit his website at CarneCabeza.com
Charlie was born and raised in Baltimore. A self-described “sports junky” Charlie follows all four of the major sports (football, baseball, basketball, hockey) and tries to keep his rooting interests as local as possible (Ravens, Orioles, Wizards, Capitals). It’s hard to sum up his feelings for Baltimore, but one quote stands out from The Rum Diary by Hunter S. Thompson: "Old God sure was in a good mood when he made this place."
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 who asks that he has the best job in the world. Follow Derek on Twitter: @BMoreBirdsNest
Occasionally, the entire Eutaw Street Report staff will contribute to a post. These are usually instant reactions to news, signings, big games, etc. It's like sitting at the bar and hearing the news/watching the game with us!
Geno Rodriguez is lifelong Baltimore resident and sports fan. He was born a diehard O’s fan and will certainly die as one. His love for the Orioles dates back to his childhood when he would catch two buses across Baltimore City to Memorial Stadium to watch the O’s play. His defining moment as fan came when he was pie’d by Adam Jones after the O’s clinched the AL East in 2014. He is equally as passionate about the Ravens. He emotionally invests himself in every game that either team plays. The only thing that brings him more happiness is watching his talented son play baseball. When he is not watching Baltimore sports, he is selling Baltimore real estate. Find Geno on Twitter at @GenoRodriguez19
Born and raised in the Baltimore area, I've followed the Orioles for as long as I can remember. If I'm not at Oriole Park at Camden Yards I can probably be found in front of the television watching them on MASN. I've had the opportunity to contribute to various online sports sites, both independent as well as associated with larger networks, and have have been featured on FOX Sports, MSN, Huffington Post, and Yardbarker, among others. Thanks to Eutaw Street Report and Russell Street Report I'm now able to share my thoughts and views on Baltimore's birds with you. Follow me on Twitter @GDixon410.
Joe is a lifelong Orioles fan, who grew up in Hamilton, and moved to Harford County where he and his family currently reside. He longs for another sporting experience like game 2 of the 2014 ALDS. A father and husband, Joe pays the bills by being a School Counselor and teaching Psychology classes at CCBC and Towson. He has played sports his entire life, but baseball was his first love, and he still plays in an adult league. You can follow him on Twitter and Instagram @jdibasilio
Joe Polek was born in Baltimore, MD, and was raised in Bel Air, MD. In 2001, he moved to Portland, Maine for a job in radio. In 2012, he moved to Columbia, SC for another gig in radio, where he currently resides with his wife, Nicole, and their two daughters. Joe is a huge sports fan, but most importantly he lives and breathes Baltimore (and Maryland) sports. He routinely gets back to Baltimore for a Ravens game once a year, and while living in Maine, went to Foxboro and Fenway whenever the Ravens or Orioles came to town. A couple of his highlights were being at the final game at Baltimore’s Memorial Stadium, and also sitting in left field for “2130”, and “2131” (Cal Ripken’s consecutive game streak). Find Joe on Twitter at @JPonSports.
Joe learned his journalistic ways in the halls of Annenberg and McGonigle en route to becoming Temple Made. He was a Temple News contributor, and the lead reporter for the 2011 NCAA Women's Basketball Championship. A die-hard Philadelphia sports fan, Joe has suffered through many years of letdowns by his hometown teams. Now residing in Canton, Maryland, he is an Orioles season-ticket holder in the "friendly" confines of Section 82.
Originally from Gaithersburg, MD, Joel Katz is a diehard O’s fan living in London – or as he likes to call it #BirdlandUK. A lifelong fan, some of his best childhood memories are watching games at Camden Yards. Joel graduated from Washington & Lee University and his love of the O’s only grew larger in adulthood. The rise of MLB’s media business has allowed Joel to watch nearly every game while living ~3,500+ miles from home. Whenever he’s at the ballpark watching the Orioles play, Joel can typically be found in his vintage #3 Harold Baines jersey or his #25 Hyun-Soo Kim jersey. You can follow Joel on twitter @RationalOriole.
Jonathan French was born and raised in Augusta, ME and currently resides in Hallowell, ME. He wasn't an Orioles fan by birth, but became one on a class trip to Washington D.C. in 1993 when he decided to buy the team's hat as a souvenir and has been an avid and passionate fan since. He's been to multiple Orioles games both at Fenway Park and at Oriole Park at Camden Yards over the years and founded his own site, Orioles Anonymous, in December 2010. You can follow Jonathan on Twitter at @JTrea81 and read more of his thoughts at OriolesAnonymous.com.
Josh Sroka is a lifelong Baltimore sports fan who has no problem drinking the Orange and Purple Kool-aid. As a member of Section 336 he handles all the technical stuff while providing a positive attitude that the Birds can always win. Check out Section 336 each day for new Baltimore Sports talk from Josh, Matt and Bert.
Born in Baltimore, proud Mt. St. Joe grad and a baseball purist. Director of News and Programming for WSVA Radio in Harrisonburg, Virginia where he also has been with the JMU nTelos Wireless Sports Network since 2000. Previous stops at the old WJFK in Baltimore and WNAV in Annapolis.
Kevin George was a sports writer for daily newspaper in Easton, Md., The Star Democrat. Besides local high school action, he also made the occasional trek across the bridge to cover Orioles, Ravens and Terrapins games. He wrote for 12 years at The Star Democrat, and was on the sports staff for three years (including one as sports editor) for The Daily Athenaueum, the student newspaper of West Virginia University. He still religiously watches sports on TV and sits on the Easton Little League Board. He lives in Easton, Md., with his wife Kristine, and their sons, Noah and Nathan.
Klay Sauers has and will forever be a die hard Baltimore fan. There isn't a time in the day that he isn't checking his phone for sports updates or chatting it up on Twitter with other Baltimore enthusiasts. The drive to be more a part of the O's and Ravens led him to start his own blog at CharmCitySR.com, so that he could unload his own thoughts and opinions. Klay loves to debate and chat about the O's, and his blood runs Orange. You can follow Klay on Twitter @CharmCitySports or message him by email at email@example.com Go O's and ain't the beer cold!
Logan Quick is a 23-year-old journalist from Harford County, Maryland. Loves hockey so much, there's ice in his veins, not blood. Breathes soccer. Kind of wishes he lived in Barcelona. Oh yeah, and his love for music, especially 1960's and 70's rock and roll, is unwavering. Also a lover of the grunge era. Would punch a koala bear to trade places with Dave Grohl for a day. Considers his dream to be traveling the world in a constant loop on a yacht with the Victoria's Secret Angels and to hire Pearl Jam as his personal house band for his mansion in Monaco.
Matt Sroka is a lifelong Baltimore Sports fan, growing up with a father that took his passion for the Orioles to a level some might say went too far. However, Matt was able to take that passion even further, joining up with his brother Josh and Brother-in-law Bert to create Section 336, Baltimore's Best Sports Talk.
Megan grew up & lived in Pennsylvania until 2012, when she decided to be a permanent Maryland resident to match her love of Maryland sports. While she loves the Ravens, her life pretty much revolves around the Orioles & baseball. She tend to make slightly inappropriate jokes while tweeting about sports & in the words of Tom Hanks, "there's no crying in baseball"....unless you saw her at Camden Yards when the Orioles became the 2014 AL East champions. Follow Megan on Twitter @asianmegan.
Mr. Mojo Rizon is RSR’s answer to The Sporting News’ “Fly” and The Sun’s exiled “Mr. Flip.” If you are familiar with those columns, you’ll get it. If not, sit back, brace yourself and enjoy.
Paul Valle is a Baltimore native who has always had a passion for baseball. But his passion goes beyond the average spectator. Paul has been studying baseball--specifically the Orioles--since his youth. He not only appreciates the on field play, but the strategy and statistics behind it. Paul obtained a Bachelor of Science Degree in Journalism and New Media from Towson University to go along with his Associate of Arts Degree in English from Harford Community College. Paul is a regular contributor to Eutaw Street Report, and also hosts an Orioles YouTube show called "The Payoff Pitch," which you can also find at Eutaw Street Report.
Phil Backert grew up in Rising Sun, Maryland loving the Orioles, Ravens, and Terps. After going away to college outside Philadelphia and playing baseball for four years, he moved back to Maryland, and currently resides in White Marsh. Phil interned with Sports Talk 1570AM, WNST during college which eventually led to producing “The Fighting Ungers” on Saturday mornings after he graduated. When FOX Sports 1370AM launched, Phil jumped on the opportunity to produce full-time. He produced “The Rob Long Show” from 2008-2011 until management decided to flip formats from sports talk to news. Phil is currently a Producer for SiriusXM Fantasy Sports Radio.
Riley is a journalism student and baseball fanatic at the University of Richmond in Richmond, VA. As a long-time resident of Virginia Beach, he grew up attending Norfolk Tides games and was thrilled when they made the switch from an affiliate of the New York Mets to the Orioles in 2007. His baseball interests include prospect analysis and all things pitching. The highlight of his fandom occurred during the 2017 World Baseball Classic in Miami when he saw Adam Jones drill a walk-off single to lead Team USA past Venezuela and jumpstart the team's first-ever WBC championship run. You can follow him on Twitter @HarborParkRpt.
Ryan joined the Eutaw Street Report crew for the site's launch in 2013 having spent the 2012 season as a member of the Orioles' tarp crew. Before then, he had never really considered writing, but has grown to enjoy sharing his opinions and is now ESR's "Hot Take" artist. In addition to his Orioles commentary for ESR, he contributes to baseballfam.com. He is also the man behind the @OriolesFanProbz account on Twitter, where he provides both insight and jokes while interacting with fans. Ryan started working in 2016 as a bat boy with the Bowie Baysox. You can follow his personal twitter: @ryguyblake
Stephen was born and raised in Baltimore (Dundalk, Middle River). He currently lives in Baltimore City with his wife and son. While he loves Baltimore sports, baseball is his true passion. An O's season ticket holder since 2009, he's been through the dark days as well as the golden days. Professionally he's a software developer with a Computer Science degree from Towson University. He loves statistics and constantly finds himself battling his knee-jerk emotional side with his cold, fact based statistical side. You can follow him on Twitter @StephenPAdams.
Steve is a St. Louis native who relocated to the Baltimore area in 1993. While his heart will always be with his beloved Cardinals, he is an O’s fan and (partial) season ticket holder because...baseball and Camden Yards on a perfect summer night. Steve retired from the US Navy after 23 years and is now working as a government civilian when he’s not thinking about baseball. You can follow him on twitter @CTRSteve.
Tim Anderson is an aspiring journalist currently studying Mass Communications at Towson University. He may best be known for catching home runs at Camden Yards. He was featured in the Baltimore Sun in 2011 for catching home runs in three consecutive games. Also, he has been featured twice on SportsCenter's Top Plays. He currently resides in Parkville, Maryland.
Todd Karpovich has been a contributor for ESPN, the Associated Press, SportsXchange, the Baltimore Sun, among other media outlets nationwide. He is the co-author of “If These Walls Could Talk: Stories from the Baltimore Ravens Sideline, Locker Room, and Press Box,” “Skipper Supreme: Buck Showalter and the Baltimore Orioles,” and the author of “Manchester United (Europe's Best Soccer Clubs).” Karpovich lives in Towson with his wife, Jill, daughters, Wyeth and Marta, and a pair of dogs, Sarah and Rory.
TOM MOORE is from Baltimore and writes on sports for Press Box, and he previously served as a columnist for The Baltimore Examiner on many topics related to Baltimore and Maryland. Described by many as a ‘Renaissance man,’ Mr. Moore has hosted the weekly radio program The Tom Moore Show on AM 680 WCBM since 2003, and sings in a jazz/standards band, which released its first record in 2010, “Restless Journey” available on I-Tunes. Mr. Moore has also acted on stage in local theaters and on TV programs such as the NetFlix series “House of Cards” and HBO’s “The Wire.” An NCLL Final Four lacrosse player at the University of Richmond, Moore transferred to, then graduated from the University of Maryland in 2000 with a degree in Journalism. From 2000-2002, he worked as a producer for ABC Radio WMAL in Washington, DC where he was part of the station’s 2001 Edward R. Murrow Award-winning news team. A busy Maryland attorney (known better as Thomas Maronick Jr.) by day, Moore is a lifelong baseball, football and lacrosse fan and may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
Raised in Elkridge, Maryland, Tommy has been a life-long Orioles and Ravens fan ever since he was a young kid. His first love however was the Orioles. He would play with an inflatable plate and ball with his dad in his living room and pretend to run around the house like he hit a home run, and would also sleep with his bat, glove and his first Orioles hat. Fast forward to 2011, where he was given the opportunity to work on the Orioles Tarp Crew, where he continued to work until August 2013. He is currently a student at Mount Saint Mary's University in Emmitsburg, MD with his goal of obtaining his Sports Management degree. You can follow him on Twitter @BuckledUpTK.
Tony is 24x7 Networks, LLC's founder (the parent of EutawStreetReport.com and RussellStreetReport.com) His work has been featured on various sports websites and he is a regular guest on 105.7 The Fan. A diehard Fab Four fan, Tony is a frustrated musician who thinks beating on the steering wheel is akin to being John Bonham. Follow Tony on Twitter @RussellStReport.
I'm Tyler Beard and I'm a Mass. Comm. major on the Journalism track at Towson University. I'm from Bel Air, Maryland and I've been a huge Orioles, Ravens and Terps fan my whole life. I've always had a passion for writing ever since I was younger and I love talking and writing sports 24/7.
Tyler has followed Baltimore sports his entire life. He spends much of his free time watching Ravens tape and/or Orioles games, hanging out with his girlfriend, and beating people he doesn't know in Madden.