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BALTIMORE SPORTS REPORT

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Please join native Baltimorean Alan Zlotorzynski tonight for a one time ALL BALTIMORE SPORTS TALK SHOW, with some national sports news sprinkled on top.

With Alan’s partner Steve Shoup working on the FANSPEAK NFL DRAFT GUIDE, Alan flies solo tonight and will take the opportunity to get you caught up on the world of sports in the Charm city, as well as travel down the road of the NFL, MLB, NBA and the NHL.

He begins by telling you why the Miami Heat are now better off after losing for the  first time in 27 games and why winning streaks mean nothing compared to titles. Alan will also give you his take on the Sweet 16 with some interesting tidbits you may not know about the remaining teams.

Alan then slips into NHL mode for a bit and discusses the Washington Capitals and why they need to set their sights on how to compete in the future-old Patrick Division. He will also tell you why the Pittsburgh Penguins aren’t going to win the Stanley Cup after loading up with players like Jerome Iginla.

Alan will break down the Orioles spring as well as preview the A.L East and give you his prediction if the Birds can repeat as a playoff team.  Can “Dem O’s” take advantage of a depleted Yankees squad and semi-rebuilding Red Sox team. Alan has his thoughts.

Then its on the love our life, THE NFL. Alan will recap the Super Bowl Champions off-season and give you his opinion on what has occurred with the Baltimore Ravens in free agency. Are the Ravens better than they were on Feb 3, can they repeat, or will they slip after losing over half of the defense?

Alan has also complied the best sports talk interviews from around the radio dial ready for you to hear tonight. You will hear from many of the new and old Ravens as well as O's skipper, Buck Showalter.

Showtime is 9:30 p.m. 

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