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Community, Crab Cake Tour, Featured, Journalism & Media, More Sports, Music, Music Classic, Nestor Aparicio, Orioles, Remember That Time, Sports, Sports News

Baseball, Sinatra and crab cakes with a Yankees historian

Yankees beat writer Pete Caldera of The Bergen Record talks all things of the summer winds of an amazing baseball pennant race in the American League East – and singing Sinatra show tunes off Broadway with Nestor at Faidley’s on the Maryland Crab Cake Tour.

Arts and Entertainment, Authors and Books, Celebrities, Community, Featured, Journalism & Media, Local, Local, More Sports, Nestor Aparicio, News, Remember That Time, Sports, Sports News, WNST Classic

The roots of Kenny Albert in Baltimore that started WNST and launched his incredible career

It’s now been 33 years since Kenny Albert came to Baltimore as the Skipjacks voice and invited Nestor to come on his radio show at WITH-AM 1230. Let the author of “A Mic For All Seasons” tell you about his career roots that brought him to the Charm City en route to being a voice of sports across America.

Arts and Entertainment, Baltimore Positive Classic, Business, C-Suite, ColumnNes, Community, Education, Featured, Journalism & Media, Leadership, Local, Local, Local, Marketing, More Sports, Nestor Aparicio, News, Orioles, Remember That Time, Sports, Sports News, Technology

After the honeymoon, Rubenstein has a lot of work to do with Orioles brand and growth

The good professor of all things sports business and longtime MLB executive Marty Conway joins Nestor to discuss the quickly-changing and evolving Baltimore Orioles franchise of David Rubenstein – and the many challenges ahead after the Splash of the honeymoon period and a great team on the field.

Featured, Journalism & Media, Luke Jones, More Sports, Nestor Aparicio, Orioles, Sports, Sports News

Pitching in on an historic season for Orioles starting rotation

With a full rotation of effective, quality starts against Tampa and Atlanta, the Orioles pitching feels better than it did when John Means and Tyler Wells went down for the season. Luke Jones and Nestor marvel at the effectiveness of the rotation and how they’ll need it with the Phillies and Yankees ahead.

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