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Getting ready for the World Famous Annual Crab Derby at Faidley’s Seafood in Lexington Market

We’ll be back at Faidley’s Seafood in Lexington Market doing the show every Friday during Orioles season but there’s only one annual event that makes Preakness week complete: Crab Derby! See you on Wednesday downtown. Come see how spectacular the new “stall” is on Paca Street and enjoy a crab cake and a beer before heading to Camden Yards.

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Let’s talk 40 years of Pimlico and Preakness weekend memories

There’s only one guest who has joined Nestor for 31 years of Preakness week previews and handicapping every one of them. Our dear friend Dick Jerardi (formerly of Towson) ran off to Philadelphia from The News American and Sportsf1rst in 1984 and never came back – except for the third Saturday of May. A view from high above Pimlico from two guys who have seen it all at Old Hilltop.

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The realities of Maryland racing after the Preakness

Frank Vespe of The Racing Biz brings Nestor the same great inside information that WNST-AM 1570 listeners are treated to every Saturday morning from 10-11 a.m. With another Preakness coming (and going), here are some realities of the Triple Crown and the horse racing industry that can’t be ignored.

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Getting ready to jockey at the renewed Preakness Crab Race at Lexington Market

For the first time since 2018, the Preakness Crab Race is on at Faidley’s at Lexington Market. On Wednesday, March 17 at noon, local celebrities and crustacean lovers with jockey for position on the Lexington Market floor for Chesapeake Bay supremacy. Alicia from Faidley’s invites Nestor to saddle up as a “Crab Jockey.”

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