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Sports business journalist Eric Fisher of Front Office Sports tells Nestor where new Orioles ownership can make progress right away

Sports business journalist Eric Fisher of Front Office Sports tells Nestor where David Rubenstein and the new Orioles ownership team can make progress right away. Things like a way to watch games on your mobile device and an All Star Game in Baltimore and real progress for the folks at MLB, who believe the franchise will finally reach its modern potential.

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Pointing the Orioles in a new direction with MLB and the community

Sports business journalist Eric Fisher of Front Office Sports tells Nestor where David Rubenstein and the new Orioles ownership team can make progress right away. Things like a way to watch games on your mobile device and an All Star Game in Baltimore and real progress for the folks at MLB, who believe the franchise will finally reach its modern potential.

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What exactly is a non-binding memorandum of understanding?

Our defending champion of all things sports business and law and media Eric Fisher of Front Office Sports returns to discuss the joy of the Orioles playoff march and the agony of waiting on John Angelos to agree to an inevitable lease at Camden Yards.

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Fixing baseball and the team just in time for the Orioles to sign a lease

As our expert on the MASN wars for more than a decade, Eric Fisher of Front Office Sports joins Nestor for a deep dive discussion on MLB media problems, the Orioles torrid start and how we watch the games now and in the future.

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