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We’re just three short days away from the start of the 2018 MLB season and the team here at BaltimoreSportsReport.com couldn’t be more excited. Behind the scenes, we’ve been gearing up for Orioles baseball and the coverage we’ll be delivering. Here’s how it’ll work…
Every weekday morning at 8 AM, we’ll publish our “Daily Feature” — it’s our favorite piece of the day, the one we don’t want you to miss. Check out Cody Colston’s piece from today for an example of the type of content I’m talking about.
You can read our Daily Feature here on BSR or have it emailed to you by adding your address to the sign up box in the sidebar (or below if you’re browsing BSR on a mobile device).
At BSR, our goal is to provide must-read content for Orioles fans every weekday morning. We cover the overlooked or under-examined topics surrounding our favorite team. We’re not reporters, we’re fans. We don’t publish the news or game recaps — you can get that anywhere. We’re okay with being biased and having outlandish opinions, we just support them with statistics and facts.
So — let’s meet the team!
Cody Colston is a content contributor for Baltimore Sports Report and a fan of the Orioles, Ravens, and Terps, who occasionally watches the Wizards and Capitals. He’s a lifelong Marylander who currently attends The University of Maryland, College Park. Cody describes himself as the best, worst armchair Quarterback, and an amateur history nerd who dabbles in sabermetrics. Always open to discussion and conversation, Cody is always looking for new ideas and opinions. His fondest sports moment was getting a last-minute standing room only ticket to Game One of the 2012 ALDS and seat hopping for over three hours just to see the Orioles in the playoffs.
Connor Guercio is a Writer and Editor at Baltimore Sports Report. He is a fan of the Orioles, Wizards, Capitals, and Ravens. He is a lifelong resident of the Annapolis area and is currently a 3rd year college student. He enjoys hip hop music, sports and concert photography, and working with his friend’s rap group ‘Coexist Music Group’ (shameless plug). The best sports moment he witnessed live was when the Orioles clinched the division at home back in 2014.
Jake English has what can only be described as “an Orioles problem.” One of the hosts of the Bird’s Eye View podcast, Jake has also been a BSR contributor since 2013. Other unhealthy obsessions include reading, the Beatles, and the board game Diplomacy. Best Orioles moments witnessed live? It might the tragic beauty the 30-3 game, it might be the absurdity of both the Felix Pie and Aubrey Huff cycles, or it might be the redemptive euphoria of the eighth inning of the Cal Statue Game.
Michael Long is entering his first full season with BSR. Baltimore-born and raised, Michael is a die-hard O’s and Ravens fan. Played collegiate baseball at Washington College on Maryland’s eastern shore. Currently lives in the city, and frequents both OPACY and M&T Bank Stadium. Best sports event he’s ever witnessed was the Ravens’ championship parade following Super Bowl XLVII. Follow him all season long on Twitter @Michael_Long14 and @WinColumnMD.
Tejus Kulkarni is a writer for the Baltimore Sports Report. He graduated from the Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland, and now lives in enemy territory in New York City. Tejus is a diehard Orioles, Ravens, and Terps fan and is burdened by everlasting optimism about each of his favorite teams. Tejus’ favorite live sports experiences are Maryland’s upset of Duke in 2013 and Ed Reed’s 108-yard interception return for a touchdown against the Eagles in 2004.
Trevor Colgan is from the Eastern Shore of Maryland. He was born and bred an Orioles and Ravens fan. He is now a junior at Ohio University studying journalism. His favorite sports memory was seeing Jim Johnson strike out Alex Rodriguez in game two of the 2012 ALDS.
Jabby Burns is a Senior contributor to Baltimore Sports Report. He is a former Baltimore Orioles employee and BST podcast co-host who hails from the mean streets of San Diego, CA. Transplanted to the Charm City in the early 2000’s, he graduated from The Harvard of the Mid-Atlantic (Towson Pride) and now can be found on a baseball diamond near you. Cornhole Five Star player.
Zach Wilt is the Founding Editor of Baltimore Sports Report and lifelong Orioles, Ravens, and Capitals fan. He grew up on Maryland’s eastern shore, graduated from Towson University, and now lives in Central Florida where he roots for his teams from afar. The best sports moment he witnessed live was when he witnessed Delmon Young drive in three on a double down the left field line in game two of the 2012 ALDS.
Let’s go O’s.