Zion Lutheran Church will hold its seventh annual Hot Stove baseball talk at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 8, in the church’s sanctuary, 2215 Brandywine Lane, York.
This year’s special guest is MASN Sports color commentator Mike Bordick, who spent 14 years as a big-league shortstop and is a member of the Baltimore Orioles’ Hall of Fame.
Bordick, who played for the Orioles from 1997 to 2002, was part of the wire-to-wire club that won the 1997 American League East pennant. He was an All-Star for the Orioles in 2000 and set the major-league record for consecutive errorless games by a shortstop in 2002 with 110.
Other speakers include Mel Antonen, baseball writer for SI.com, panelist for MASN Sports and a Sirius/XM talk show host, and Dan Connolly, senior writer for BaltimoreBaseball.com and host of “The Baltimore Baseball Show,” weekly on WOYK, 1350.
The panelists will present their thoughts on the upcoming season — they’ll talk Orioles, Phillies and Major League Baseball — and will answer questions from the audience.
There is no admission fee, but a freewill offering will be taken to benefit the church’s youth ministry program. Inscribed copies of Connolly’s Orioles’ book will be available for $15 after the event.
For information, call the church at (717) 767-4673.