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Orioles first baseman Chris Davis announces retirement from baseball

The 35-year-old underwent season-ending hip surgery in May and had one year remaining on his seven-year, $161 million contract.

Orioles prospect concerns: Kjerstad still dealing with myocarditis, Hall has sore elbow

General manager Mike Elias says there's no timetable for Heston Kjerstad's return to the field as he's again dealing with heart inflammation.

Orioles general manager Elias speaks on Davis, Kjerstad, Harvey, more

Mike Elias discussed a variety of topics ranging from Chris Davis' surgery to the health of Hunter Harvey and Heston Kjerstad.

Orioles first baseman Davis undergoes season-ending hip surgery

The 2021 season is over before it ever started for Chris Davis, leaving one to again wonder if he's played his final game in Baltimore.

Twelve Orioles thoughts following 7-3 loss to Boston in home opener

The reception from fans, both teams, and the umpires for Trey Mancini brought goosebumps as he played in Baltimore for the first time since beating cancer.

Twelve Orioles thoughts approaching Opening Day

Austin Hays has been on a roller coaster since his major league debut in 2017, but he was easily Baltimore’s best player this spring

Orioles option Akin to Norfolk, re-sign LeBlanc, place Davis on 60-day injured list

Manager Brandon Hyde explained the decision to demote young lefty Keegan Akin, who struggled in Grapefruit League action after being a favorite to make the rotation.

Mike Elias: “2021’s not going to be the same as 2019, but it’s going to be better than 2020”

The Orioles general manager is looking forward to moving back toward more baseball normalcy this season.

Twelve Orioles thoughts one week into Grapefruit League play

Now hitting exclusively from the left side, Cedric Mullins is off to a good start at the plate this spring.

Orioles’ Davis says he’s made changes “visible to the naked eye” in hopes of better results

The veteran first baseman described adjustments at the plate as "overdue" in trying to rejuvenate his career after batting a combined .169 over the last three seasons.
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Offseason magic with Home Run Riches winners during the holidays

Every Orioles fan remembers Barbara Phelps-Anderson, who hit it big in the 50th Anniversary of the Maryland Lottery celebration when Ryan Mountcastle hit the 50th home run in a memorable Baltimore baseball summer. Nestor caught up with the huge Birds fans down in Sunnyside to relive the magic moment and talk offseason Orioles baseball.

Rumbling the 80s back to the Recher on December 2nd with Tommy Conwell

Legendary Philadelphia blues rockers Tommy Conwell and The Young Rumblers return to the Baltimore area for the first time in two decades and Nestor asks why it's still fun to put the band back together almost four decades after the Hammerjacks magic of "I'm Not Your Man."

When will Orioles make some offseason moves and news to improve?

Luke Jones and Nestor discuss what is next step for Orioles in an offseason of unlimited possibility – and no Camden Yards lease or Black Friday ticket deals for fans.

Ravens hope bye week helps lead to better Ronnie Stanley for stretch run

Baltimore needs a better version of the former Pro Bowl left tackle to maximize its Super Bowl potential.

Dear John Harbaugh: I’ll let your words and “help” tell the story of my professional extermination as a Ravens media member

Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh privately vowed to help Nestor Aparicio with his media credential bullying situation with Chad Steele in any way he could. Weeks later, Aparicio was exterminated. Harbaugh then told him he was unhappy about it but powerless because it wasn't his department in Owings Mills.

Twelve Ravens Thoughts following Week 12 win over Chargers

Baltimore won for the sixth time in seven games to go into the bye week with the best record in the AFC.

Exploring the vision of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society

As the Maryland Crab Cake continues to tell the good work being done locally, Nestor gets better educated on the modern efforts, fundraising and research that The Leukemia & Lymphona Society continues to do to keep folks like his wife alive after cancer strikes. Let Katie Stegman, her beautiful 4-month old baby and Dominick Iaquinto tell you about their vision to make Nestor the "Visionary Of The Year" in 2024.

Dear Steve Bisciotti: Ask Chad Steele what he thinks I said about Sage so I can tell Ravens fans why I was really exterminated

“What did do you do wrong, Nestor?” “Why would the Ravens throw you out?” “Why are you the only one in the local media whom they’ve thrown out?” “Why have they treated you this way?” “WHAT DID YOU DO WRONG!?!” I am fed up with these questions from Baltimore sports fans so I wrote to the owner because these questions are his to answer. Letters to John Harbaugh and Eric DeCosta are also coming soon.
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