Originally written on SILVERMAN: On Sports  |  Last updated 11/17/14
Hello boys and girls. Tonight on SILVERMAN: On Sports, we had it all. Inspirational story, basketball dancing, voice of reason in an unreasonable world and pro football during the off season. Leading off, from the Baltimore Orioles (hopefully) Adam Greenberg. Greenberg is the feel good story of the year. In 2005 while playing for the Chicago Cubs, Adam was hit by the very first pitch he faced and didn’t return to the majors again until the Marlins gave him a one-day contract in 2012. Greenberg is hoping to catch on with the O’s in ’13 >>>> SILVERMAN: On Sports column on Greenberg and the Marlins, October 2, 2012: Florida Marlins & Adam Greenberg: One Out of Three Ain’t Bad Next up, I danced with Ian Gold of BeyondUSports.com. Ian took us around the NCAA Tournament bracket by bracket. His pick, Louisville to win it all. Billy Corben directed The U and Broke for ESPN and their series 30 for 30. Billy is always a great guest and we always get into topics most sports radio shows don’t have the balls to discuss. We closed the show with a great discussion Bengals Tight End Orson Charles. Charles played his college football at the University of Georgia and made himself a legend by dropping and breaking the University of Florida’s 2006 Championship trophy while on a recruiting trip. Don’t miss another episode of Adam’s Smart or Stupid and everything else that happened on tonight’s show. Enjoy!
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