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How my Pop and his love of baseball created WNST

On 29th Anniversary of radio birth, Nestor gets grilled by Don to tell the incredible story of his Mom and Pop in Dundalk

The first time Nestor Aparicio did a sports radio show was on December 13, 1991. Over the years, Don Mohler has heard a lot of stories about Nestor's parents but he dove all in to interview the interviewer in this lengthy segment about growing up in Dundalk as an adopted replacement child in a broken, grieving family. This one is personal...

Unlucky Chapter 13: ‘The Magic’ and ‘The Oriole Way’ got stranded on 33rd Street…

Bemoaning, not celebrating, 20 years of emptiness and misery at Camden Yards...

Chapter 12: A Dundalk guy becomes a San Diego dude

Nestor explains why the West Coast might be the best coast or at least where to get the best fish tacos...

Chapter 11: When childhood heroes turn into real-life villains before your very eyes

If you thought you didn't like Reggie Jackson, Nestor says you were right...

Chapter 10: Imagine a Baltimore without the Orioles

What if the Mayflowers came and took the Baltimore Orioles at midnight tonight? How would you feel?

Chapter 9: My life on Calvert Street at The Baltimore Sun and hitting the road

"Be careful what you wish for," Nestor warns. "All I ever really wanted to do was work at The Baltimore Sun."

Chapter 8: Catching a break with John Steadman at The News American

So how did the kid from Dundalk get his start in local sports journalism before there was a WNST?

Chapter 7: Finally, a 1983 World Series crown for Baltimore

You know you're a real Baltimore Orioles fan if 1983 feels like yesterday...
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Comparing Jacksonville and Baltimore as NFL franchises and cities three decades after expansion and the Tagliabue museum

Nestor Aparicio tells Dennis Koulatsos about his aborted Jacksonville trip to cover the Ravens and Jaguars as a media professional and what is wrong about how franchises treat their communities. This one is spicy.

Ravens look to make it five wins in a row in Jacksonville

Lamar Jackson has a bad hip and many injuries questions remain for Sunday. Our WNST Baltimore Positive insider Luke Jones previews the gimpy Ravens trip to Jacksonville for a Thanksgiving weekend game with Trevor Lawrence and the improving Jaguars.

Talking turkey and football with a Hall of Famer

Hall of Famer Charean Williams of Pro Football Talk joins Nestor for an NFL playoff forecast and frank discussion of league issues that begin with Daniel Snyder and ownership.

The sportswashing event of the century on full display

Sure, we love soccer but the "bring your business to Qatar" ads on Fox television during the World Cup games aren't convincing Bill Cole and Nestor that this is anything other than the bags of billions of corrupt dollars that it so apparently appears to be this month. The blotter on Blatter and the FIFA criminals has now produced a tournament in the middle of winter in a liar's lair.

What happened to all of the fun on offense?

Dennis Koulatsos joins Nestor to discuss the emerging, old-school Ravens defense and sudden woes on offense as Lamar Jackson battles a hip injury.

What will all of the new MLB rules mean for the game?

In a wide-ranging chat about life in the big leagues, Mike Bordick is joined by Adam and Frank Kolarek in telling Nestor about the impact new rules and a pitch clock are about to have on the game of baseball and how we view the game will change in 2023.

Open your app and place your bets

Maryland Lottery and Gaming Director John Martin and Nestor welcome Maryland to the world of mobile sports wagering and tell the story of how it happened.

What is Ravens best path through deep and emerging AFC playoff race

Luke Jones and Nestor discuss emerging NFL playoff picture and Ravens pathway to playoff success
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