I think we have enough snow to last us until opening day, thanks to Winter Storm Jonas, which crushed the DMV area last weekend. If you want a comprehensive recap of the storm and its aftermath, check out MASN broadcaster Jim Hunter's Twitter timeline. All of it is fantastic, but I'll just show you my favorites.
Kudos to all of our local TV reporters braving the blizzard to keep us informed. Thanks from us all ! Outstanding work. #snowmaggedon2016-- Jim Hunter (@JimOriolesTV) January 24, 2016
I just let Bobby & Sadie out for the last time tonight & the moon is visible. We made it folks. #blizzard2016 is over. Be safe digging out-- Jim Hunter (@JimOriolesTV) January 24, 2016
So it's time to turn the page. I've had a private protest of the blizzard by not shaving. Bonnie had given me the word to shave tomorrow-- Jim Hunter (@JimOriolesTV) January 26, 2016
@JimOriolesTV Same here. Though I felt like I was working out every day by shoveling over 2 feet of snow-- Roch Kubatko (@masnRoch) January 26, 2016
Love the snow or hate the storm, you have to like this time-lapse video of the blizzard going through Camden Yards.
Kevin Gausman might not like the snow too much since he continues to stay in Louisiana. He does, however, like his LSU Tigers men's basketball team beating the Georgia Bulldogs.
Netflix's original series, "House of Cards," is known to shoot scenes around Baltimore, even shooting a scene at Camden Yards when Kevin Spacey's character, Frank Underwood, throws the ceremonial first pitch at an Orioles game. So naturally the show and the O's have some things to chat about on Twitter.
We haven't heard from Adam Jones recently, and of course when the center fielder did pop up on Twitter this week, he was talking about food.
Why would anyone ever eat anything besides breakfast food? Stay hungry. Always.
And in case you missed it, the new spring training uniforms the Orioles will wear this year were revealed yesterday, bringing us one step closer to the return of baseball!