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Chewing on the magic of Orioles baseball

Our Chief Cannabis Information Officer Wendy Bronfein of Curio Wellness talks about a whole new world of chews at Far & Dotter and hears Nestor’s tales of the magic of Orioles baseball from seats behind the Yankees dugout. It’s a fun summer to be an Orioles fan in Baltimore.

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Having a blast at Camden Yards with friends

Beating the Yankees is always a rare and beautiful sight for any Orioles fan to witness and behold. But, as Nestor Aparicio explained to Luke Jones, it’s more fun whilst sitting over the New York dugout heckling Juan Soto, Aaron Judge and Anthony Rizzo every time they fail in another Orioles Magic beat down of the Bronx Bombers at Camden Yards with friends.

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Does anything bring more satisfaction than shutting out the Yankees at Camden Yards?

The big bat of Gunnar Henderson, a solid effort by Grayson Rodriguez and a booted ball by Anthony Volpe added up to an Orioles victory to begin the Yankees series with a 2-0 win. Luke Jones and Nestor discuss the week ahead and the possibility of adding John Means and Kyle Bradish back into the rotation.

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The Orioles and Yankees the way it oughta be in April

It’s been a long time since we’ve anticipated an April home series like this one. The Orioles are reeling after losing their closer and a pair of bad beats at the hands of the Oakland Athletics at Camden Yards this weekend. Luke Jones and Nestor discuss how the Birds will regroup for four games with the Yankees in a budding AL East rivalry.

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