Now that "Top Gun: Maverick" is about to finally be released, here's the two stars of the new film back in February 2020 at the Miami Super Bowl telling Nestor and Luke all about the legacy of the film and why you need to see the original.
The Orioles are a doormat. The Nationals won the World Series. The Ravens have the NFL MVP. And the R...well, the Washington Football Team doesn't have a name and Daniel Snyder hears the echo of the power of the shield.
The Maryland Crab Cake Tour stop presented by The Maryland Lottery at Pappas Restaurant in Cockeysville was so much fun that Mike Bordick and Nestor did some bonus talk about the impact of baseball in the community and significance of Orioles to Baltimore.
Author Brad Balukjian returns to discuss the aftermath of his best-selling book on what happened to old baseball players – and his buggy tales of Tahiti and real science discovery beyond Rick Sutcliffe.
One of the benefits of the weekly Friday afternoon Maryland Crab Cake Tour is inviting our favorite people onto the show to talk about Weis wisdom, expertise and gratitude. Dr. Steve Elliott and his wife Alison of Elliott Family Chiropractic Life told Nestor about their 50 bar Maryland pub crawl that will make you thirsty for more adjustments.
When the Secretary of Kindness of an Eastern Shore town reaches out to you on a Maryland Crab Cake Tour, you open the seat and share a conversation and some carefully considered condiments on your crustacean. Meet Grace Foxwell Murdock and her mission of the heart.
In search of the perfect Maryland crab cake, serendipity struck again as Heather Mizeur recommended 98 Cannon on the Chester River where she lives and Nestor's longtime pal Chris Golder happened to be the one running it. The lore and allure of the good life in Chestertown on the Eastern Shore.
True fact: Orioles pitcher Rick Sutcliffe and the world's most legendary man were close friends. Murray came to Camden Yards a lot in the early days and hung out in the clubhouse. He was from Chicago. Nestor's name was Aparicio. The request was John Winger from the "Chicks dig me" speech in Stripes. We were mutts...
True story: Nestor took voice lessons from the affable and always available Whiteman on Harford Road when his throat was hurting from screaming on the radio every day in the 1990s. "Ya got nothin' to lose..."
After his own cancer battle, the Governor of Maryland joined the WNST crew for a night that brought together the Ravens and Steelers, John Harbaugh, Brian Billick and Mike Tomlin – all for There Goes My Hero. This became the inspiration for Baltimore Positive.
It got a little emotional as Nestor told some Scunny tales from Canton and some Nacho Mama's memories while later admitting he really needed a Natty Boh to wash it down. We'll save that one for Mama's On The Half Shell in Canton later on the Maryland Crab Cake Tour.
Baseball author, historian, SABR leader and West Coast League commish Rob Neyer welcomes another season of baseball with cautionary tales for MLB commissioner Rob Manfred and the owners' and players' always simmering labor war.
The first firewalk was in the summer of 1994. After that, Nestor invited Robbins onto the radio show to discuss athletes and peak performers managing their state and achieving success against all odds.