Wednesday, November 25, 2020

Intelligent Conversation

Bud Selig

The Peter Principles (Ch. 12): Selig vs. Angelos – trust, antitrust and billions of dollars

Washington baseball was the worst nightmare of Peter G. Angelos. Until it happened...

The Peter Principles (Ch. 5) – King Peter silences Jon Miller and anyone else who doesn’t bleed Orioles orange

Wonder why Peter Angelos never answers questions from the media anymore? Well, one time he sat down with us and made a fool of himself in Parkville

The Peter Principles (Ch. 3): How close did Angelos come to owning Baltimore’s NFL team?

Peter Angelos did everything in his power to give Baltimore the NFL ball in 1994. Here's the whole story...

The Peter Principles (Ch. 1): So, just how did Angelos become ‘King’ of Baltimore baseball?

Enjoy Chapter 1 of "The Peter Principles," Nestor's new book on the history of Baltimore baseball in the modern era.

Being Thrift with mounting debt and wringing the Belle with an insurance policy

Bleeding money, Mussina gone, Belle dug in and MLB labor war looming, Angelos loses the fans of Baltimore and gets fired by a minor league owner

MASN Money For Dummies (Part 4): Sue, sue, sue for the home team – Angelos v. Everyone

Peter G. Angelos once told The Baltimore Sun: “No one wants to litigate but one has to sometimes...”

MASN Money For Dummies (Part 3): Angelos was bleeding cash when Nats money came

Twelve years later, where has your MASN cable money gone? A history lesson for Nats and Orioles fans...

Goodell staying optimistic over Ravens-Orioles compromise

As WNST.net's Glenn Clark and Drew Forrester have offered their insight into the scheduling conflict jeopardizing the site of the Ravens' season-opening game on Sept. 5, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell remained optimistic on Thursday that they would be able...

NFL season-opening game in Baltimore in jeopardy?

Concerns exist as the Ravens and Orioles have been unable to work out a scheduling conflict on Thursday, Sept. 5.
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Attempting to explain how the Pittsburgh Steelers are still undefeated

Will Graves of The Associated Press in Pittsburgh says there's plenty of Thanksgiving with yins in the Steel City as Roethlisberger and Tomlin want seconds with a depleted Ravens unit.
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Our favorite Hall of Famer discusses COVID effect on Ravens and how defenses attack Lamar

Hall of Famer Rod Woodson catches up with Nestor on about his passion for teaching the game of football around the world. And the weirdness of being stuck in middle of the Baltimore and Pittsburgh rivalry.

McPhee joins growing list of Ravens’ positive tests before Pittsburgh game

The veteran outside linebacker won't be able to play in the Pittsburgh game, which is still scheduled for Thursday night.

Grieving the loss of the Calvert Hall and Loyola on Thanksgiving Day

A tradition unlike any other, the cancellation of the Turkey Bowl makes this a silent pigskin holiday pausing a passionate local rivalry. Former Delegate...

Andrews: “People are starting to count us out, and that’s fine”

The Ravens tight end says his team is feeling plenty of urgency to turn the recent struggles around.