If you remember the last day at Memorial Stadium in 1991, then you need to meet the architect. Longtime baseball public relations leader Rick Vaughn remembers 33rd Street and the leadership of an Orioles front office legend.
Jonathan Hutton of 104.5 The Zone in Nashville tells Nestor how this Titans team is different from last January and how the Angelos folks recruited him to become a Bird watcher in Tennessee.
Usually we discuss current sports business issues with Georgetown professor Marty Conway. But, given his run on 33rd Street with the godfather of Baltimore sports public relations during the 1980s, we thought he should tell ya about the legend of Bob.
Back when Nestor Aparicio was nationally syndicated on Sporting News Radio a the turn of the century, he had a chance to talk pitching and catching with the late Hall of Famer.
The Orioles manager said "all signs are great" with Trey Mancini, who should be ready for spring training whenever it officially begins.
He is the world's biggest Dallas Cowboys fan. And what began as a great tale about his new book "A Mile In Her Shoes" and autism soon devolved into old baseball stories. Mark Mussina opines on the eternal debate: Van Halen or Van Hagar. Old friends are the best!
The general manager left the door open to a reunion with infielder Hanser Alberto, who is now a free agent.
Author and essayist Howard Bryant provides some backdrop as a former sports writer watching politics and a plague make its way onto the field amidst racial strife in America. Even for those who want to "stick to sports"...