“It’s an interesting concept and I saw that my good friends at The Baltimore Sun wanted to weigh in on that today. When the hedge fund that owns The Baltimore Sun, based in New York City, wants to open their books, I guess we’ll take a look at that. It’s difficult for me to understand what that fascination is,” Angelos said in the interview during the Orioles’ 10-9 win over the host Boston Red Sox on opening day.
Since Angelos’ offer in January, The Sun has requested information about a potential meeting with Angelos to discuss the team’s financials, but no meeting has ever been arranged.
“When I say something — like I’m gonna sit down with you guys, explain the business from my perspective — I’m gonna do it,” Angelos said in February.
So he is fueding with the Baltimore Sun..
Angelos, the Orioles’ chairman and CEO, had twice this year told reporters that he would reveal details of the Orioles’ financial situation. However, when asked Thursday in an interview on 105.7 The Fan if and when he’d be following through on his word, Angelos indicated that he would not be. He responded to the radio hosts’ question by criticizing The Baltimore Sun, alluding to a recent Sun article on the topic.
After volunteering to do so, Orioles CEO John Angelos indicates he will not be sharing club’s finances after all – Baltimore Sun https://www.baltimoresun.com/sports/orioles/bs-sp-john-angelos-does-not-plan-to-share-orioles-financials-20230331-he74o42r4zaxxeftpqxdwfa2oe-story.html
Don't watch a lot of Football, but went to a Super Bowl 'first half' Party. All kids 12y/o who had smart phones had some type of app where they could bet 'with fake money'. Makes me want to roll out to a beautiful country that has poor internet service.
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