Wednesday, April 17, 2024

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Twelve Orioles Thoughts following 4-3 comeback win over Kansas City

The few fans who endured a five-hour rain delay were sent home happy on Wednesday night.

Even with some fair questions, Orioles still look like head of AL East in 2024 

"We’ve just got to get to that point again this season and prove it to ourselves that we can be that team." 

Trickle-down impact of Bradish injury on Orioles pitching tough to overlook

On Thursday, manager Brandon Hyde said “everything’s going well” with Kyle Bradish’s throwing progression. 

Four Orioles questions to open 2024 spring training

When was the last time you were this excited for a new baseball season?

Twelve Orioles Thoughts following ALDS Game 1 loss to Texas

The offensive highlights were few and far between as Baltimore lost the opener of the best-of-five series.

As Orioles roll to postseason, questions persist about bullpen for October  

While apparently not giving up on the long shot of a Felix Bautista return, Baltimore remains desperate for more relief upside.

Orioles still in great shape, but how pitching staff evolves down stretch remains critical

How this pitching staff evolves — or merely survives — between now and October will be fascinating.

Hyde optimistic Orioles lefty Danny Coulombe can return promptly after 15-day IL stint

One of Baltimore's more reliable relievers, Danny Coulombe is dealing with left biceps tendinitis.

Brandon Hyde meets with media prior to Houston series finale

Brandon Hyde meets with media prior to Houston series finale

Orioles bounce back for 8-5 win over Dodgers, move into first-place tie with Tampa Bay

Ramon Urias drove in three runs while Danny Coulombe pitched a season-high 2 1/3 scoreless innings to earn the win in relief.
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Hyde trying to get struggling Hays going in Orioles lineup

With Colton Cowser being named AL Player of the Week, Austin Hays is finding fewer chances to shake off a slow start.

Why Sheila Dixon wants to be the Mayor of Baltimore again

Our Maryland Crab Cake Tour returned to Faidley's in the new Lexington Market with another extended chat with former Mayor Sheila Dixon, who tells Nestor why she wants to lead Baltimore again and ways that our city could improve.

Making a case for The Milkman

Outfielder Colton Cowser struggled in his first MLB assignment last year but has begun the 2024 with a torrid pace leaving manager Brandon Hyde with some tough decisions on playing time for Austin Hays. Our Luke Jones joins Nestor to evaluate this young roster and ways to continue to utilize the bench and the potential of big bats from blue chip prospects.

The 4/20 holiday is real and here to stay

Wendy Bronfein of Curio Wellness and Nestor discuss the lure, lore and allure of the 420 holiday in cannabis world

Twelve Orioles Thoughts following series loss to Milwaukee

Despite a rough weekend, Baltimore could exhale upon avoiding the sweep on Sunday afternoon.

The Key to getting business back on peninsula after bridge tragedy

Councilman Todd Crandell joins Joe Gold of Key Brewing at Costas Inn on the Maryland Crab Cake Tour to discuss the issues around life, work and transportation for everyone in Sparrows Point and Dundalk affected by the collapse of the Key Bridge.

Reading the book on the past and future with Kyf Brewer of The Ravyns

Musician Kyf Brewer of The Ravyns comes home to Baltimore to discuss his role in Nestor's new documentary, his amazing voice work, band history and the fun duo "Cavern Club" show with Rob Fahey set for Big Falls Inn in White Marsh on Friday night. We're still "Ravyn Maniacs" here!

We proudly present the “new” Faidley’s Seafood at Lexington Market

It took a little longer than we thought but the "new" Faidley's Seafood at Lexington Market is now open. We were thrilled to hear the story of the move and how Damye and Alicia packed the new location with everything you remember about the original space on Paca Street. Luke Jones and Nestor Aparicio broadcast live each Friday (2-5pm) that the Orioles are home this spring and summer.
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