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Stan The Fan Says Hays Decision Another Example Or Orioles Re-Emphasizing "Development"

March 19, 2019
PressBox's chief grand poobah Stan "The Fan" Charles joined Glenn Clark Radio in studio Tuesday for another round of "Five Words Or Less." 

The sports figures discussed this week were: 
-"While it's been a few years since he's been in Baltimore, he announced his retirement from the NFL yesterday in a very creative way and had five consecutive All-Pro seasons with the Ravens and was a huge part of the Super Bowl 47 title team," Rock star defensive tackle Haloti Ngata-S
-"As some Ravens fans and even current players hope the team will add him to address their current pass rush need, The Athletic's Jeff Zrebiec suggested his expected ten plus million dollar salary would probably be too much for the team," former Chiefs rusher Justin Houston-G
-"Despite having a solid Spring Training, he was sent down over the weekend-disappointing Orioles fans who had hoped to watch a top prospect patrol the outfield instead of a veteran who is not likely to be a factor the next time the team is relevant," 23 year old Austin Hays-S
-"There is still an assumption the Ravens will try to re-sign Robert Griffin III to be Lamar Jackson's backup but NFL Network's Mike Silver reported yesterday that they were interested in this man before he signed with the Rams," former Jaguars quarterback and "The Good Place" punchline Blake Bortles-G
-"Perhaps setting a new trend, he announced yesterday that all players in the Blue Jays' system will receive a 50% raise this season, perhaps directly in relation to a story in The Athletic that pointed out many receive pay below a living minimum wage," Toronto President and Baltimore native Mark Shapiro-S
-"A story we largely ignored last week, he announced his retirement from football and will be replaced this summer by current assistant special teams coach Chris Horton," long-time Ravens Special Teams coordinator and Associate Head Coach Jerry Rosburg-G
-"We presume this will be our final chance to get to see him play as he's slated to start in right field in both of the Mariners/Athletics regular season games in Tokyo this week," legendary Japanese turned MLB star Ichiro Suzuki-S
-"A guest yesterday on GCR-she lead the Towson women's basketball team to their first NCAA Tournament berth ever. But like so many people in the women's game, she was disappointed by ESPN's disastrous roll-out of the tournament brackets, saying quote '
I wanted the players to see that and see our name flash on the board and be surprised and happy at the same time,' unquote." Towson women's basketball coach Diane Richardson-G
-"The video game Fortnite apparently was such a problem in the Phillies' clubhouse last year that he told ESPN's Jeff Passan he took a bat and smashed the TV that was used for the game because he caught young players playing the game DURING Phillies games last September," Indians first baseman Carlos Santana-S
-"Fired last year when tasteless old Tweets of his were uncovered, he was re-hired yesterday by Disney as writer and director for "Guardians of the Galaxy 3" because he appeared to be contrite and genuine about his transgressions," popular movie maker James Gunn-G

If you missed the conversation, click play below to listen.