Friday, September 30, 2022


Bradish dominates Houston again as Orioles win 2-0

Kyle Bradish allowed only two hits and struck out 10 over 8 2/3 shutout innings against the Astros.

For the love of keeping score at a baseball game with legendary Bob Ryan

The legendary emeritus columnist of The Boston Globe tells Nestor old baseball stories and dishes on legacy of Bill Belichick and the ghosts of Foxborough past.

Mancini talks about returning to Camden Yards on opposing side

The former Orioles slugger again expressed his love for Baltimore prior to playing here as an opponent for the first time.

Shaughnessy discusses current Patriots and Belichick and another weekend in New England

The legendary columnist of The Boston Globe tells Nestor about life after Tom Brady for Belichick in New England and dispenses his wisdom on how to write for fans like a professional.

In Houston, it’s still Astros season but McClain is ready for new NFL assignments

John McClain joins Nestor from Houston to discuss Astros, the money of Lamar and betting on the O's

Can the Angry Birds live to fight another day in this pennant race against Rays and Jays

Luke Jones and Nestor assess Orioles postseason chances as losses become more deadly

As tempers flare, Orioles grind way to 9-6 win over Toronto to snap three-game skid

Despite the benches clearing later in the game, a five-run third inning propelled the Orioles to one of their biggest victories of the season.

Learning how to say “crab cakes” in Italian with Dante Liberatore in Eldersburg

John Maroon joins Nestor & Dante Liberatore in Eldersburg to discuss sports, golf and legend of Cal

Hey Baltimore, you’ve got a real pennant race in September at Camden Yards

Luke Jones and Nestor discuss the pesky Orioles and big games in a pennant race all month

Mountcastle homers twice as Orioles move 10 games above .500 with 8-1 win over Oakland

Baltimore matched its season high with five homers and will go for the series sweep on Sunday afternoon.
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Pierre-Paul says he’ll “definitely be ready” to play against Buffalo

The 33-year-old says he feels good after essentially playing with one arm for most of his 2021 season with Tampa Bay.
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