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How will Orioles approach this MLB trading deadline?

With the Baltimore Orioles in a prime position to make a World Series run in the fall, Luke Jones and Nestor discuss the ideology of Mike Elias and new ownership in regard to making moves for key prospects as well as veteran pitching as the MLB trading deadline looms.

The MLB trading deadline pros, cons and true history

It’s always nice to serve the visiting media a Faidley’s crab cake and talk baseball. Longtime Yankees insider Pete Caldera of The Bergen Record joins Luke Jones and Nestor for an All Star Game chat and trade deadline debate on the Maryland Crab Cake Tour.

Baseball, Sinatra and crab cakes with a Yankees historian

Yankees beat writer Pete Caldera of The Bergen Record talks all things of the summer winds of an amazing baseball pennant race in the American League East – and singing Sinatra show tunes off Broadway with Nestor at Faidley’s on the Maryland Crab Cake Tour.

Let Luke Jones take you to Ravens summer training camp

Luke Jones takes Nestor to an early camp prep and attacks the Ravens summer offensive line issues in Owings Mills. The Maryland Crab Cake Tour includes a cameo from Leonard Raskin as our football and baseball passions converge in Baltimore in a historic way this fall with championships and parades at stake.

The heat of The Open and summer golf love at Forest Park

Our resident PGA pro and Baltimore sports lover Richard Sheppard Jr. of Forest Park returns to update us on beating the summer heat, getting juniors schooled up on weekdays at Classic Five Golf and dreams of playing a course like Royal Troon and The Open in Scotland this weekend.

Remembering Jacoby Jones

The news of the death of former Baltimore Ravens wide receiver and Super Bowl XLVII champion Jacoby Jones came as a shock to everyone this weekend. A few photos and a long conversation about his dancing prowess. We will remember the laughs and the good times.

Rediscovering the art and love of collecting sports collectibles

Local sports memorabilia expert Danny Black joined Nestor to discuss their lifelong shared love for collecting baseball cards and sports memorabilia. From the hobby’s evolution and its modern aspects, Nestor shares modern tales of his amazing Luis Aparicio collection and the thrill of finding rare items.

Smalltimore, sports and the trust of local news

As the Maryland Crab Cake Tour always seeks to introduce mutual old friends of ours and network to make new friends, this time its our favorite family chiropractor and philosopher Steve Elliott joining longtime WBAL broadcaster John Patti and Nestor to discuss Smalltimore, rubgy and how we view and discuss local sports and news at Pappas in Parkville.

It’s your move, Mike Elias…

Luke Jones and Nestor assess the work ahead to improving the Baltimore Orioles pitching before the July 31st trading deadline. A starter? A pair of relievers? And at what cost…

Telander: Capturing the rich history and passion of Chicago sports

Five decades into documenting all things sports at The Chicago Sun-Times, legendary Windy City columnist Rick Telander visits Nestor to discuss the current woes of the Cubs and White Sox – and the bigger picture of a life spent in gyms and stadiums chasing the greatest athletes on earth in a sports-crazed city with competitive journalists.

Coming home and playing first place baseball

The Baltimore Orioles took care of business on the West Coast during the 4th of July weekend in Seattle and Oakland and now return home leading the American League East with the Cubs and Yankees looming before the All Star break. Luke Jones and Nestor discuss another successful week in Birdland.

Orioles still hitting ’em big for Home Run Riches

With the Orioles doing late night duty on the West Coast, Seth Elkin of The Maryland Lottery talks some baseball records and Home Run Riches winners with Nestor for the holiday weekend of pennant race fever.

A life in East Baltimore soccer and sports with Curley’s Barry Stitz

They shared the same Eastwood Little League diamonds as kids in the 1970s and five decades later, former Blast and Spirit star Barry Stitz of Archbishop Curley and Nestor come full circle with a lengthy conversation about Little Flower, having great parents and coaches who loved sports and how soccer has powered his Friars’ loyalty since those sandlot days at the Joseph Lee Fields.

Understanding the legacy and role of Harry Dalton in Baltimore

Author and baseball historian Lee Kluck joins Nestor to discuss his new book on life and baseball legacy of Harry Dalton, who was instrumental in the Oriole Way of the 1960s in Baltimore before recreating the California Angels and Milwaukee Brewers two decades later.

Watch “No One Listens; Everyone Hears” – The Media Story of Nestor Aparicio, WNST and Baltimore Positive

You’ll laugh. You’ll cry. You’ll learn. Watch “No One Listens; Everyone Hears” – The Story of Baltimore Positive, Nestor Aparicio & WNST” here. A documentary film narrated by Kyf Brewer, Gina Schock, Mickey Cucchiella, Mike Brilhart, John Allen, Ray Bachman and Bill Cole. Special and eternal thanks to Gregg Landry and Blue Rock Productions for the spiritual guidance and documentary awesomeness on this project. Nestor and his family and partners would like to thank every one of you for four decades of support of WNST, our sponsors and advertisers who allow us to do this Baltimore Positive thing.

It’s time to tell some legendary Tom Matte stories…

Author Joel Poiley gives Nestor the full back story about his book on the life and times and amazing career of Baltimore Colts legend Tom Matte. “Last Man Standing” is coming this summer for anyone who wants to know more about the late, great running back we all met and loved around town.

Having a grand time with Home Run Riches

Seth Elkin of The Maryland Lottery goes deep on the latest winners of the Home Run Riches and large Orioles payouts for hitting those big flies at Camden Yards.

The Almost Famous Joan Jett chat from Nestor’s youth

When Nestor was the rock music critic at The Baltimore Evening Sun in the early 1990s, he interviewed hundreds of musicians. This is a long lost chat with Joan Jett that oozes her love of the Baltimore Orioles and Memorial Stadium.

Going back to Summer Camp with Hootie and The Blowfish

Sure, they’ll always be known as a South Carolina band, but Hootie and The Blowfish guitarist Mark Bryan is always quick to point out his Maryland roots for home and sports. He catches up on Orioles Magic, thirty years of friendship with Nestor and the not-so-cracked rear view of a life in making music that is currently making fans happy on the road with all the hits.

Pointing toward the legend of Larry Doby with America’s greatest living sportswriter

Legendary 93-year old Newark Star-Ledger columnist Jerry Izenberg visits with Nestor to discuss new book: “Larry Doby in Black and White: The Story of a Baseball Pioneer” but also discusses his path as a social defender of Ali, an unbreakable Super Bowl run and his life as a journalist not “Godding up athletes.” Let him teach you something…

How did the Cleveland Guardians get this good?

Our defending champion of all things Cleveland sports Daryl Ruiter joins Nestor from The Land of Believe to discuss an upstart and emerging Guardians squad as gritty pennant contenders coming to Baltimore with the best bullpen in baseball and reasons to dream of October.

How much should Rutschman be behind the plate?

After a fourth consecutive loss on Monday night, the Orioles are reeling a bit with cold bats and a fatigued squad. Luke Jones and Nestor discuss the depth of the Guardians bullpen and why Adley Rutschman doesn’t catch every night.

Beautiful music and Orioles baseball

When the Maryland Crab Cake Tour puts friends together, the wisdom flows. Our Allen McCallum and Baltimore Magazine Editor-In-Chief Max Weiss share symphonic musical notes and their mutual Orioles love with Nestor at Koco’s Pub in Lauraville.

Orioles look for bats to awaken at home against Guard

As the Orioles bats went silent over the weekend in Houston, Luke Jones and Nestor discuss the fatigue of a long June and the let down after an emotional week in New York. Now, here come the first-place Cleveland Guardians with the kind of bullpen Baltimore could use down the stretch.

And here come the first-place Cleveland Guardians

Over the last decade when they’ve gathered to discuss mostly Browns and Ravens football, legendary Cleveland radio host Munch Bishop has been quite modest about the amount of on-field success of the Guardians baseball franchise. As the upstart “Guard” arrive at Camden Yards, Nestor aims to measure how that Cleveland ownership might be paving the way for the Rubenstein philosophy in Baltimore.

How will Orioles approach this MLB trading deadline?

With the Baltimore Orioles in a prime position to make a World Series run in the fall, Luke Jones and Nestor discuss the ideology of Mike Elias and new ownership in regard to making moves for key prospects as well as veteran pitching as the MLB trading deadline looms.

The MLB trading deadline pros, cons and true history

It’s always nice to serve the visiting media a Faidley’s crab cake and talk baseball. Longtime Yankees insider Pete Caldera of The Bergen Record joins Luke Jones and Nestor for an All Star Game chat and trade deadline debate on the Maryland Crab Cake Tour.

Baseball, Sinatra and crab cakes with a Yankees historian

Yankees beat writer Pete Caldera of The Bergen Record talks all things of the summer winds of an amazing baseball pennant race in the American League East – and singing Sinatra show tunes off Broadway with Nestor at Faidley’s on the Maryland Crab Cake Tour.

Let Luke Jones take you to Ravens summer training camp

Luke Jones takes Nestor to an early camp prep and attacks the Ravens summer offensive line issues in Owings Mills. The Maryland Crab Cake Tour includes a cameo from Leonard Raskin as our football and baseball passions converge in Baltimore in a historic way this fall with championships and parades at stake.

The heat of The Open and summer golf love at Forest Park

Our resident PGA pro and Baltimore sports lover Richard Sheppard Jr. of Forest Park returns to update us on beating the summer heat, getting juniors schooled up on weekdays at Classic Five Golf and dreams of playing a course like Royal Troon and The Open in Scotland this weekend.

Remembering Jacoby Jones

The news of the death of former Baltimore Ravens wide receiver and Super Bowl XLVII champion Jacoby Jones came as a shock to everyone this weekend. A few photos and a long conversation about his dancing prowess. We will remember the laughs and the good times.

Rediscovering the art and love of collecting sports collectibles

Local sports memorabilia expert Danny Black joined Nestor to discuss their lifelong shared love for collecting baseball cards and sports memorabilia. From the hobby’s evolution and its modern aspects, Nestor shares modern tales of his amazing Luis Aparicio collection and the thrill of finding rare items.

Smalltimore, sports and the trust of local news

As the Maryland Crab Cake Tour always seeks to introduce mutual old friends of ours and network to make new friends, this time its our favorite family chiropractor and philosopher Steve Elliott joining longtime WBAL broadcaster John Patti and Nestor to discuss Smalltimore, rubgy and how we view and discuss local sports and news at Pappas in Parkville.

It’s your move, Mike Elias…

Luke Jones and Nestor assess the work ahead to improving the Baltimore Orioles pitching before the July 31st trading deadline. A starter? A pair of relievers? And at what cost…

Telander: Capturing the rich history and passion of Chicago sports

Five decades into documenting all things sports at The Chicago Sun-Times, legendary Windy City columnist Rick Telander visits Nestor to discuss the current woes of the Cubs and White Sox – and the bigger picture of a life spent in gyms and stadiums chasing the greatest athletes on earth in a sports-crazed city with competitive journalists.

Coming home and playing first place baseball

The Baltimore Orioles took care of business on the West Coast during the 4th of July weekend in Seattle and Oakland and now return home leading the American League East with the Cubs and Yankees looming before the All Star break. Luke Jones and Nestor discuss another successful week in Birdland.

Orioles still hitting ’em big for Home Run Riches

With the Orioles doing late night duty on the West Coast, Seth Elkin of The Maryland Lottery talks some baseball records and Home Run Riches winners with Nestor for the holiday weekend of pennant race fever.

A life in East Baltimore soccer and sports with Curley’s Barry Stitz

They shared the same Eastwood Little League diamonds as kids in the 1970s and five decades later, former Blast and Spirit star Barry Stitz of Archbishop Curley and Nestor come full circle with a lengthy conversation about Little Flower, having great parents and coaches who loved sports and how soccer has powered his Friars’ loyalty since those sandlot days at the Joseph Lee Fields.

Understanding the legacy and role of Harry Dalton in Baltimore

Author and baseball historian Lee Kluck joins Nestor to discuss his new book on life and baseball legacy of Harry Dalton, who was instrumental in the Oriole Way of the 1960s in Baltimore before recreating the California Angels and Milwaukee Brewers two decades later.

Watch “No One Listens; Everyone Hears” – The Media Story of Nestor Aparicio, WNST and Baltimore Positive

You’ll laugh. You’ll cry. You’ll learn. Watch “No One Listens; Everyone Hears” – The Story of Baltimore Positive, Nestor Aparicio & WNST” here. A documentary film narrated by Kyf Brewer, Gina Schock, Mickey Cucchiella, Mike Brilhart, John Allen, Ray Bachman and Bill Cole. Special and eternal thanks to Gregg Landry and Blue Rock Productions for the spiritual guidance and documentary awesomeness on this project. Nestor and his family and partners would like to thank every one of you for four decades of support of WNST, our sponsors and advertisers who allow us to do this Baltimore Positive thing.

It’s time to tell some legendary Tom Matte stories…

Author Joel Poiley gives Nestor the full back story about his book on the life and times and amazing career of Baltimore Colts legend Tom Matte. “Last Man Standing” is coming this summer for anyone who wants to know more about the late, great running back we all met and loved around town.

Having a grand time with Home Run Riches

Seth Elkin of The Maryland Lottery goes deep on the latest winners of the Home Run Riches and large Orioles payouts for hitting those big flies at Camden Yards.

The Almost Famous Joan Jett chat from Nestor’s youth

When Nestor was the rock music critic at The Baltimore Evening Sun in the early 1990s, he interviewed hundreds of musicians. This is a long lost chat with Joan Jett that oozes her love of the Baltimore Orioles and Memorial Stadium.

Going back to Summer Camp with Hootie and The Blowfish

Sure, they’ll always be known as a South Carolina band, but Hootie and The Blowfish guitarist Mark Bryan is always quick to point out his Maryland roots for home and sports. He catches up on Orioles Magic, thirty years of friendship with Nestor and the not-so-cracked rear view of a life in making music that is currently making fans happy on the road with all the hits.

Pointing toward the legend of Larry Doby with America’s greatest living sportswriter

Legendary 93-year old Newark Star-Ledger columnist Jerry Izenberg visits with Nestor to discuss new book: “Larry Doby in Black and White: The Story of a Baseball Pioneer” but also discusses his path as a social defender of Ali, an unbreakable Super Bowl run and his life as a journalist not “Godding up athletes.” Let him teach you something…

How did the Cleveland Guardians get this good?

Our defending champion of all things Cleveland sports Daryl Ruiter joins Nestor from The Land of Believe to discuss an upstart and emerging Guardians squad as gritty pennant contenders coming to Baltimore with the best bullpen in baseball and reasons to dream of October.

How much should Rutschman be behind the plate?

After a fourth consecutive loss on Monday night, the Orioles are reeling a bit with cold bats and a fatigued squad. Luke Jones and Nestor discuss the depth of the Guardians bullpen and why Adley Rutschman doesn’t catch every night.

Beautiful music and Orioles baseball

When the Maryland Crab Cake Tour puts friends together, the wisdom flows. Our Allen McCallum and Baltimore Magazine Editor-In-Chief Max Weiss share symphonic musical notes and their mutual Orioles love with Nestor at Koco’s Pub in Lauraville.

Orioles look for bats to awaken at home against Guard

As the Orioles bats went silent over the weekend in Houston, Luke Jones and Nestor discuss the fatigue of a long June and the let down after an emotional week in New York. Now, here come the first-place Cleveland Guardians with the kind of bullpen Baltimore could use down the stretch.

And here come the first-place Cleveland Guardians

Over the last decade when they’ve gathered to discuss mostly Browns and Ravens football, legendary Cleveland radio host Munch Bishop has been quite modest about the amount of on-field success of the Guardians baseball franchise. As the upstart “Guard” arrive at Camden Yards, Nestor aims to measure how that Cleveland ownership might be paving the way for the Rubenstein philosophy in Baltimore.

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