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Luke Jones and Nestor psychoanalyze Ravens dancing on Titans logo and Lamar walking off postgame

Luke Jones and Nestor psychoanalyze Ravens dancing on Titans logo and Lamar walking off postgame

Todd Schuler and Nestor discuss a Ravens playoff win and the future of democracy in America

Todd Schuler and Nestor discuss a Ravens playoff win and the future of democracy in America

Luke Jones and Nestor give Lamar all praise after first playoff win

Luke Jones and Nestor give Lamar all praise after first playoff win

Luke Jones and Nestor recap an impressive road playoff win for Ravens in Tennessee

Luke Jones and Nestor recap an impressive road playoff win for Ravens in Tennessee

That time Tommy Lasorda dropped by for some steroids talk in baseball

We lost the legendary Tommy Lasorda on Friday. Back in 2002, the Dodgers Hall of Famer joined Nestor to talk about the changing state of baseball after chicks dug the long ball and the sports was drowning in PEDs.
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Luke Jones
Luke Jones is the Ravens and Orioles beat reporter for WNST BaltimorePositive.com and is a PFWA member. His mind is consumed with useless sports knowledge, pro wrestler promos, and movie quotes, but he struggles to remember where he put his phone. Luke's favorite sports memories include being one of the thousands of kids who waited to get Cal Ripken's autograph after Orioles games in the summer of 1995, attending the Super Bowl XXXV victory parade with his father in the pouring rain, and watching the Terps advance to the Final Four at the Carrier Dome in 2002. Follow him on Twitter @BaltimoreLuke or email him at Luke@wnst.net.

As pitching prospect Dylan Bundy celebrated the anniversary of his Tommy John surgery with another successful outing for short-season Single-A Aberdeen Friday night, the Orioles announced where he’ll go next in continuing his injury rehab assignment.

Bundy will move up to the Carolina League to start for Single-A Frederick against Salem on Thursday after making three starts for the IronBirds. The 21-year-old went 0-1 with a 0.60 ERA in 15 innings, striking out 22 and walking three while allowing just 10 hits.

The organization was expected to move him to a higher level after he pitched five shutout innings against Hudson Valley on Friday, striking out seven and walking two. Reports indicated a better curveball and fastball velocity sitting 90 to 94 miles per hour in Friday’s start.

Thursday’s start will take place at Harry Grove Stadium in Frederick.

Baltimore also announced that Rule 5 selection Michael Almanzar will continue his injury rehab assignment at Triple-A Norfolk. However, executive vice president of baseball operations Dan Duquette indicated Saturday that the corner infielder will only remain with the organization once his assignment is over if they can work out a deal with the Boston Red Sox, his former club.

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