Wednesday, February 28, 2024


So just where are Orioles in this awful rebuilding process?

Bringing three decades of his baseball wisdom back to the airwaves, our Allen McCallum joins Nestor to discuss what fans of the Orioles should be watching as Mike Elias and the "rebuild" looks to Bowie and beyond.

Making the pitch for seeing Rodriguez pitch in Bowie

Luke Jones and Nestor try to get through all of the Orioles losing by detouring some conversations toward the future down 301...

Our intrepid baseball reporter has a Four Bagger at Bowie with Rutschman

Usually, Luke Jones is in the press box at Oriole Park at Camden Yards chronicling Orioles baseball. This week, he bought a good seat behind the dish at Bowie and his report is making us thirsty for some more minor league baseball in Maryland as the MLB squad continues to lose.

Twelve Orioles thoughts approaching late June

Trey Mancini hit his 100th career home run on Sunday, but trade rumors will grow louder as July approaches.

So, how does Adley Rutschman look at Bowie?

Longtime Baysox assistant general manager Phil Wrye joins Nestor from Bowie to discuss the Big 3 Orioles prospects doing Double A duty this month on the farm in Prince George's County.

Orioles call up hard-throwing Givens from Double-A Bowie

Originally drafted as a shortstop, the 2009 second-round pick has pitched to a 1.60 ERA this season.

Wieters feeling good after first game of rehab assignment

The Orioles catcher appeared in his first game at Double-A Bowie since 2008 on Tuesday.

Roberts working on “getting his clock back” in early stages of rehab assignment

BALTIMORE -- Three games into his minor rehab assignment, Orioles second baseman Brian Roberts thankfully hasn't suffered any setbacks. However, after a yearlong layoff from playing in real games, Roberts is still re-adjusting to the speed of the game at...

Roberts to begin minor league rehab assignment on Wednesday

Assuming the veteran takes the entire 20-day period, his return to the Orioles could fall on June 12 against Pittsburgh.

Orioles’ future on display Sunday

The Orioles may be approaching the All-Star Break in a familiar position---out of contention---but their promising future will be on display Sunday afternoon, both in Baltimore and St. Louis. Rookie right-hander Brad Bergesen---the Orioles' biggest surprise of the first half---will...
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