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Schaech still doing that acting thing he does in new series “Blue Ridge” and waiting for Orioles and Ravens parades

Our actor pal and Edgewood native Johnathon Schaech tells Nestor about his new TV series Blue Ridge and talks Ravens fan pain, Orioles gain and how three decades later the power of Tom Hanks and “That Thing You Do” still does it for folks who love great movies.

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Can the young, upstart Texans come to Baltimore and win?

Longtime Texans writer and Houston sports aficionado and historian Steph Stradley checks in with Nestor on the the C.J. Stroud expectations in a special season for the Texans fans who suffered the departure of the previous quarterback and regime. And some Oilers Luv Ya Blue thoughts and angst on the Tennessee Titans antics this season with the derrick and Columbia blue.

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WNST STORY OF GLORY No. 21 – The night we took ‘Wild’ Bill Hagy to Orioles-Phillies game at Camden Yards

On June 28, 2002, Nestor Aparicio led a return to Oriole Park at Camden Yards by the franchise’s biggest fan and larger-than-life Dundalk cab driver “Wild” Bill Hagy, who was an avid WNST listener. The two spent weeks on the air inviting by-then disgruntled Angelos Orioles watchers down to “Pack The Perch” with more than 2,000 our of listeners purchasing tickets in Sections 382-384-386-388 via a special phone number.

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Comedian Lewis Black on going orange and black and never looking back

When his usual comedic rants were softened by the Orioles fandom in his heart on the internet, we needed to reach to our favorite comedian Lewis Black to investigate his baseball soul from the D.C. suburbs to a life making jokes about Peter Angelos and Daniel Snyder. The man has suffered with Baltimore baseball and Washington football. Let him come clean on why Camden Yards in October is what heaven will feel like…

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