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43. Past, Present, and Future with Senator Ben Cardin
Episode 1: Adam Jones on his last days with the Orioles, the O’s offseason goals and Lamar Jackson’s contract
He’s Holy I’m Knott Welcomes Ed Lovern the CEO of Ascension St. Agnes


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Hospitals prepare for winter as state sees earlier-than-normal surge in RSV infections

In late September, Maryland emergency rooms began seeing a surge in children — many of them very young — struggling to breathe because of Respiratory Syncytial Virus, known as RSV. According to a Maryland Department of Health dashboard that tracks the virus, the number of hospitalizations leapt from 33 in the last week of September to 257 in the final week of October. Because Maryland typically sees its RSV numbers spike in late November and December, this year’s surge sent emergency departments, urgent care centers and pediatricians scrambling. Thankfully, the state’s RSV case rate plateaued quickly. By the end of November, hospitalizations had been cut by two-thirds, to 88.



Orioles manager Brandon Hyde talks offseason plans

Orioles manager Brandon Hyde and former Oriole Adam Jones assess the next generation of Orioles, his friendship with Ravens coach John Harbaugh and how the team will navigate this offseason. Also on the podcast, Jerry Coleman and Jones debate the impact of sports betting on the game experience. They also share some of their Thanksgiving memories and how they will spend the holiday this year.

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The Adam Jones Podcast
Orioles manager Brandon Hyde talks offseason plans
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