Saturday, April 1, 2023
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Nestor Aparicio

The legend of Penn State beyond football and stickies

Spending a March evening in State College waiting on Bruce Springsteen and watching Nittany Lions fans prepare for basketball March Madness, Nestor noticed the wrestling thing and asked the longtime basketball color voice of Happy Valley Dick Jerardi to explain "We Are" and talk Big 10 basketball, Bob Baffert and Kentucky Derby hopefuls.

For the love of baseball and AC/DC with Forbes sports business insider Maury Brown

Our rock and roll soul from Portland, Oregon talks the new rules of baseball, the summer hopes of the Baltimore Orioles and why tribute bands matter in the modern music scene.

Hey Terps fans: It’s Tournament time on Thursday so meet us at Hollywood Casino Barstool in Perryville

Luke Jones and Nestor get you ready to watch the Terps and Mountaineers with the WNST Baltimore Positive community on Thursday at Hollywood Barstool Sports Restaurant in Perryville. Let's make West Virginia fear the turtle.

When old school is really cool

Kate Airey of The Maryland Lottery talks about 50 years of games and colors and bringing those old "Wishbone" memories back to life with Nestor

The American Dream and going to The Big Game

Our financial insider Leonard Raskin joins Nestor to discuss memories of The Bullies of Baltimore and going to The Big Game – just once, or maybe twice?

How far has mobile sports wagering come since the last Big Game?

John Martin of Maryland Lottery tells Nestor how far we've come since last year's Super Bowl on sports wagering in our state and how we got to bring "Las Vegas" for The Big Game to the palm of your hand for the first time this week.

What I learned sitting on the roof in Houston and watching Ravens beat Texans in an empty stadium

How committed is Nestor Aparicio to covering the Baltimore Ravens as a lifelong journalist? He left BWI during the plague traveling to Houston along with just one other local journalist to cover a game before there was a vaccine in vacant NRG Stadium. Read his #ColumnNes report back from when "The Knee" was a thing that got NFL players blackballed and football was the only thing open for business during a worldwide pandemic.

After 26 faithful purple seasons, the Ravens have bullied me out of my seats and denied my media access

This is my story. This is the truth. And it must be told. In its entirety because it's so outrageous as to be almost unbelievable. Covering the Ravens is all I’ve ever done professionally since the team arrived in Baltimore in 1996, and this is how I feed my family and pay my bills as a small local business and AM 1570 radio operator and entrepreneur.

Five years after I stopped “sticking to sports”

The best is yet to come and won't it be great?

#ColumnNes Regarding Lamar Jackson, the lack of maturity is a bigger issue than an ugly tweet

If Lamar Jackson regrets the statement to the fellow in Pennsylvania, he should’ve offered an apology to him. If he regrets the world seeing his ugly words, Jackson has a platform with a million followers and could’ve offered an apology. If it was truly “out of character,” then show your character and admit a mistake and move on.
About the Author
Baltimore Positive is the vision and the creative extension of four decades of sharing the love of local sports for this Dundalk native and University of Baltimore grad, who began his career as a sportswriter and music critic at The News American and The Baltimore Sun in the mid-1980s. Launched radio career in December 1991 with Kenny Albert after covering the AHL Skipjacks. Bought WNST-AM 1570 in July 1998, created in 2007 and began diversifying conversations on radio, podcast and social media as Baltimore Positive in 2016.
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