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72 minutes | Feb 4, 2017
Super Bowl Prop Bets
It is Super Bowl week and the guys have plenty of winning Super Bowl prop bets. Player props, arrests, streaking.. you name it, it is talked about in this episode. As always, we run through the Terps, Orioles and Ravens, including a potential move for Brandon Marshall. Cue the music.
49 minutes | Jan 30, 2017
Zach Orr Retires
The Baltimore Ravens got some depressing news when inside linebacker Zach Orr will be forced to retire due to a neck injury that could potentially paralyze him. His loss will be felt on defense as he is coming off a Pro Bowl caliber season. Speaking of the Pro Bowl, the Ravens had five players in Orlando for the game and some headlines were made during the week with a few of Baltimore's best. We look back at the NFL Conference Championship games and how those games impacted us financially. We also preview Super Bowl LI and give our early picks for the game. We dive into our 7s which includes Pacman Jones' latest arrest, the Wizards funeral game, Yordano Ventura's death and more. The show ends with talk about the Baltimore Orioles and Maryland basketball's impressive start. Cue the music.
41 minutes | Jan 20, 2017
Mark Trumbo Re-Signs
Breaking news: Mark Trumbo is returning to the Baltimore Orioles on a three-year contract. The guys learn about the new deal about 20 minutes before going on air and are looking forward to more Trumbombs at Camden Yards. The baseball talk is continued as we go through each former Oriole to be on the MLB Hall of Fame ballot - Mike Mussina, Sammy Sosa and Arthur Rhodes to name a few - before switching to the talk to the Ravens and NFL Conference Championship games. Do not miss our 7s and Terps talk on Episode 26 of BMore Wired. Cue the music.
58 minutes | Jan 14, 2017
2017 Ravens Recap
Football season has come to an end in Baltimore as the Ravens lost the Christmas Day matchup against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Joe and Scott give their grades for the offense, defense and coaching, and things to look forward to next season. Our 7s feature our thoughts on the National Championship Game, Derrick Rose not showing up for work, the Chargers move to Los Angeles, the NFL coaching carousel and our predictions for the divisional round of the playoffs. The Terps take on Illinois this weekend, and after an easy win, should be ranked in the Top 25. We end the show discussing the Orioles trading Yovani Gallardo for Seth Smith and whether Mark Trumbo should come back to Baltimore. Cue the music.
51 minutes | Dec 8, 2016
Winter Meetings, Terps Watch
The Baltimore Orioles attended the Winter Meetings, but left without making any moves other than two selections in the Rule 5 Draft. Is that a surprise to anyone? Not O's fans. We are used to these kinds of offseasons during Dan Duquette and Buck Showalter. We discuss whether a Matt Wieters return is still a possibility and the ongoing discussion about whether Zach Britton be traded. We welcome Liam Beatus of Terps Watch and Campus Rush to the show to talk the Maryland Terrapins basketball team and preview the football team's upcoming bowl game against Boston College. We end the show giving our takes on the Baltimore Ravens as they prepare for the New England Patriots on Monday Night Football. Of course, we give our picks against the spread and have our 7s. Until next week, cue the music (and I have been spelling it right).
72 minutes | Dec 4, 2016
Peter Dilutis Interview
Joe Serpico and Scott Rosario are back with Episode 23 and there is a lot to discuss in the sports world. The Maryland Terrapins are officially bowl eligible, but the talk around college football is which four teams deserve to be in the playoffs. Scott is still convinced that Michigan should be in, but it is not happening. The Maryland basketball team is coming off their first loss and Scott loses his mind recounting the game. We discuss some of the Baltimore Orioles interest in free agency, as well as which players will be tendered by the team. We are happy to welcome Peter DiLutis of WNST to the show to talk the Ravens before jumping into our 7s and giving our NFL picks for Week 13. Cue the music.
82 minutes | Nov 26, 2016
Joe Serpico is all alone this week, but there is still plenty to talk about in Baltimore. The Maryland Terrapins are looking to get two wins on Saturday: a win over Rutgers would make the Terps football team bowl eligible, while Melo Trimble and the Maryland basketball squad can win their third straight early-season tournament by defeating Kansas State. Our 7s feature some of the wackiest talk yet, including some talk about peeing in the tub and teammates playing with each other's genitalia. We talk the Baltimore Orioles with bmorewired.com writer Kyle Andrews, discussing some offseason moves, as well as an inside look at why Camden Yards has no grass. Adam Bonaccorsi also joins the show to preview the Baltimore Ravens matchup against the Cincinnati Bengals. We discuss what is ahead for the Ravens and whether or not the Cleveland Browns get a win at all this season. The show ends with Joe's NFL picks so until next week, cue the music.
62 minutes | Nov 19, 2016
Terps Wild Comeback
It has only been two games, but Maryland basketball has been a roller coaster ride already. After barely beating American last week and down by 7 points against Georgetown with a minute to go, it looked as though the Terps would not be as strong as we thought. But the freshman played big and Maryland escaped with a huge win. We brought on Barstool Banks to talk about the comeback and also asked about the two football players being suspended. We dive into our 7s which includes some potential names for Baltimore's new Arena Football team. We end the show previewing the Ravens vs. Cowboys and give our picks for the NFL. Cue the music.
66 minutes | Nov 14, 2016
Live from Canton
Joe and Scott celebrate 20 episodes together by going live on Facebook. The Orioles got no love from the media in the postseason awards, but we have to admit that the ending of the World Series was terrific. The Terps football team has not been, however, after getting throttled by Michigan. Scott will be in the house for Maryland basketball's opener, and the Ravens are still in first place in the AFC North.
63 minutes | Nov 1, 2016
Terps, College Football Talk
Episode 19 is dedicated to Maryland football and the upcoming College Football Playoff. We bring on a past guest and good friend Nick Larichiuta to the show to talk football, the World Series and make our predictions for the winners of the NFL.
56 minutes | Oct 23, 2016
Maryland Basketball Preview
We dedicate this episode to the Maryland Terrapins basketball team as they are set to get back into action in the upcoming weeks. We have a terrific guest, Liam Beatus, join us to discuss the Terps, and talk some MLB postseason before diving into the Baltimore Ravens recent struggles.
83 minutes | Oct 7, 2016
There have been a lot of changes since the last episode and we are heartbroken about the Baltimore Orioles loss in the American League Wild Card game against the Toronto Blue Jays. Joe and Scott use this episode to vent about the game and look ahead to offseason. The Maryland Terrapins are 4-0 (which Joe called by the way) and are headed to Penn State with a shot to go 2-0 in the Big Ten Conference. Meanwhile, the Baltimore Ravens are coming off their first loss of the season, but both guys think they have a realistic shot of being 6-1 heading into the bye week based on their schedule. It was a tough way to end the O's season, but we still love you guys anyways.
50 minutes | Sep 20, 2016
Episode 16 - Kyle Snyder Interview
Joe Serpico and Scott Rosario welcome the youngest US Olympic wrestling gold medalist Kyle Snyder to show, and of course talk the Maryland Terrapins 3-0 start, the Baltimore Ravens comeback win over the Cleveland Browns and the Baltimore Orioles critical four-game series against the Boston Red Sox.
68 minutes | Sep 13, 2016
Epiosde 15 - Eric Franklin Interview; Ravens, Terps, O's All Win
Episode 15 of BMore Wired is a joyous one as the Baltimore Ravens, Baltimore Orioles and Maryland Terps are all coming off wins over the weekend. Life is good for Baltimoreans. The Ravens beat the Buffalo Bills in Week 1, Maryland football is undefeated at 2-0 and the Orioles have taken their spot back in the playoff picture. We invite Banks from Barstool Sports to discuss the Ravens and former Terps safety Eric Franklin to discuss his alma mater.
75 minutes | Sep 6, 2016
Ravens, NFL Preview
The dog days of summer are over now that football is finally back. We give our predictions on the Baltimore Ravens and NFL season, talk Maryland's win over Howard and Ubaldo Jimenez pitches the first complete game for the Baltimore Orioles on Episode 14 of our podcast, BMore Wired.
68 minutes | Aug 30, 2016
Jeremy Conn Interview, CFB Preview
We are excited to bring on Jeremy Conn of 105.7 The Fan on the show to talk the Baltimore Orioles and Ravens. Hosts Joe Serpico and Scott Rosario break down the O's series against the Toronto Blue Jays, the Ravens wrapping up training camp and give our bold predictions for the college football season. And you heard it hear first, the Maryland Terrapins are going bowling this season. All that and more on Episode 13 of BMore Wired, Baltimore's sports podcast.
41 minutes | Aug 22, 2016
Episode 12 of BMore Wired is in the books and we are not happy with the Baltimore Orioles being out of first place. We talk O's, Michael Phelps, the Ravens and welcome Eric RDT of Barstool Sports to the show.
64 minutes | Aug 8, 2016
Episode 11 - Lemonade Shaking Guy Interview
Episode 11 of BMore Wired features an interview with the Lemonade Shaking Guy, as well as Baltimore Orioles, Baltimore Ravens and Rio Olympics talk.
55 minutes | Aug 2, 2016
Episode 10 - Orioles Sunglass Guy Interview
For years, we have seen this guy just over the shoulder of some of our favorite Baltimore Orioles. He's the guy always wearing the sunglasses and tie just over the dugout. We wondered how this younger guy had some of the best seats at Oriole Park at Camden Yards. So we reached out to him on Twitter and he was willing to talk with us for nearly an hour.
30 minutes | Jul 27, 2016
Episode 9 - Dog Days of Summer
We are pleased to present you with Episode 9 of BMore Wired, our Baltimore sports podcast. This week, we talk the Baltimore Orioles recent success from the starters and the Baltimore Ravens getting set to begin training camp. Episode 9 of BMore Wired is one that I will certainly remember. It is the first time I have done the show without my co-host Scott Rosario, but he has a good excuse as he has spent three days at Oriole Park at Camden Yards braving out the nasty heat wave. The show opens with our segment “Beefed It!” and I call out Minnesota United goalkeeper Sammy Ndjock for throwing the ball into his own goal. As a former goalkeeper myself, this is the worst own goal I have seen. If you have not seen the video, judge for yourself. https://youtu.be/lRlt5C-Fvqs Denard Robinson driving his car into a pond and the police not charging him with anything was a close second, but scoring on yourself will always trump stupidity. The Baltimore birds of summer, the Orioles, have had great success from their starting pitching. It has not just been just Chris Tillman either. Dylan Bundy, Yovanni Gallardo and Vance Worley all pitched terrific games during the O’s recent winning streak. I make a case as to why the O’s should keep Worley in the rotation with his recent success. There are reports that the team could be interested in San Diego Padres starter Andrew Cashner, and in my eyes, they are the same player. Difference is that one has shown me he can handle the competition in the American League East. The other has been getting lit up by National League teams. Then, there was the short-lived hype that Melvin Upton Jr. could be on the move for Ubaldo Jimenez. Obviously, getting rid of Ubaldo in any way possible is a win for this organization. However, Bossman is now with the Toronto Blue Jays. Good. That allows us to continue to boo him as we did as a member of the Tampa Bay Rays. While they did not get the man they want, they are still getting the results. The O’s are coming off consecutive wins in walk off fashion, and we were there live on Sunday to see Nolan Reimold’s walkoff home run in the 10th inning. The following night, the game was won on a walk off error. A win is a win and when battling for first place in the division, they will take any win they can. This week in “7s” our seven stories around the world of sports has a theme of players or organizations getting themselves into the news in a not so flattering way. Here is a rundown of my 7s: Chris Sale cutting up the White Sox throwback jerseys. He was suspended for five games – only one start because he is a pitcher – but could this be the final action that gets him shipped out of Chicago? Ken Griffey Jr. and Mike Piazza join the MLB Hall of Fame, and I admit, I missed out on the Griffey hype as a child. However, I make a case for the players of the Steroid Era to be included into Cooperstown, including the guy who plays in New York named Alex Rodriguez. The NBA decided to pull the All-Star game from Charlotte over a controversial bill passed by the North Carolina government. The city is saying that no longer holding the event could cost them up to $100 million, but I am not buying it. The Russians really are not making good headlines around the globe as of late. They have been found to tamper with the drug testing that took place at the past Olympics and nearly were disqualified from the Olympics in Rio. Instead, the individual sports will decide who can gain entry. Listen in to what I have to say about the Russians. It will make you chuckle. The NFL and its players can never seem to stay out of trouble. First, it was Ezekiel Elliott allegedly accused of domestic violence. Aldon Smith live streamed a video of him smoking a blunt. Le’Veon Bell is facing a four-game suspensions for missing a drug test. These are three of the dumbest things athletes of their caliber can do. On that note, we switch into the discussion of the Ravens. Going along with some of the discussion above, Eugene Monroe and Ray Rice, two players who are both out of the league, are in the news once again. Monroe has opted to retire and smoke dope over playing football, while Rice has pledged to give his salary to charity if signed by an NFL team. Just give it a rest guys. The Ravens have found a replacement for Monroe and that is former No. 1 overall pick Jake Long. He signed a one-year deal with the team on Tuesday and could be the starter at left tackle. If not, he serves as a mentor to rookie Ronnie Stanley. Baltimore enters training camp with six players on the physically unable to perform (PUP) list. Those players are Terrell Suggs, Elvis Dumervil, Steve Smith, Breshad Perriman, Trent Richardson and Jumal Rolle. All should be ready at some point during camp, except Rolle who is out for the season. The team will have its first full practice on Thursday. Former Raven Arthur Jones has been suspended four games for violating the league’s policy on performance enhancing drugs. For those of you who do not know, he is the brother of Jon “Bones” Jones, who was also recently found to be using PEDs. The duo earns my “Crying Jordan of the Week” as I close out the show. You can listen to all the episodes of BMore Wired on iTunes and Twitter. Until next week, we leave with you with one of my favorite moments as a Baltimorean, the Delmon Young double.
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