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Crab Cake Row: Our pal Robbie Davis Jr. from Robbie’s First Base talks memorabilia & charity events

Crab Cake Row: Our pal Robbie Davis Jr. from Robbie's First Base talks memorabilia & charity events

Crab Cake Row: Our pal Robbie Davis Jr. from Robbie’s First Base talks memorabilia & charity events

There is no way we were broadcasting from Pappas in Cockeysville without inviting our Timonium pals from Robbie's First Base by for a sports chat. Our pal Robbie Davis Jr. joins our CTO Mike Rosenfeld to discuss the fervor for Baltimore sports and memorabilia and ways your charity could benefit from a partnership for auctions.

Crab Cake Row: Faidley’s kickoff of “A Cup Of Soup Or Bowl” and updates on Lexington Market

It was the first segment on the first day of the kickoff of Crab Cake Row: "A Cup Of Soup Or Bowl" and Will Hahn provides Nestor with updates his legendary family business moving from the old market into to the new Lexington Market this month in time for Orioles season.

Crab Cake Row: Faidley’s kickoff of “A Cup Of Soup Or Bowl” food drive and updates on move into new Lexington Market

It was the first segment on the first day of the kickoff of Crab Cake Row: "A Cup Of Soup Or Bowl" and Will Hahn provides Nestor with updates his legendary family business moving from the old market into to the new Lexington Market this month in time for Orioles season.

WNST STORY OF GLORY No. 8: The day we turned WNST back on and Shannon Sharpe made the Ravens a real franchise

WNST-AM 1570 was originally leased by Nestor Aparicio from May 1998 through October 1999 and he had to bid farewell on the airwaves before being syndicated by One On One Sports and Sporting News Radio out of Chicago to return back to the local airwaves in September 2000 the same weekend the Ravens caught fire as a franchise against the Jacksonville Jaguars. That team would win Super Bowl XXXV four months later in Tampa. It was a special time to be the first and only station on the dial doing sports radio in the Charm City.

WNST STORY OF GLORY No. 12: The legend of the first great tailgate in San Diego

It sounds like heresy but last century, "tailgating" was illegal in Baltimore. (You kids can look it up!) In 1996, when the Ravens came to the Charm City, David Modell set out to change those laws and in 1997 when the first purple trip San Diego took 200 "Nasty Nestor" listeners to Jack Murphy Stadium, we met some Chargers fans in the parking lot and made some memories. There were many, many roadtrips and more beer, sandwiches and fried chicken consumed along many highways with Gunther buses but this virgin voyage in a town that the NFL has now forgotten was truly unforgettable.

WNST STORY OF GLORY No. 16 – The epic Pittsburgh Purple Pep Rallies and Parties

Nestor remembers the Pittsburgh hotel manager howling when the Baltimore AM sports radio wackjob guy told her he was gonna bring a thousand people in purple to her fancy corporate wedding ballroom for four hours to drink beer and prepare to eliminate the Steelers from the AFC Championship Game. The game didn't go well in 2009 or 2011 but we threw a helluva party up there with 'yins. Our WNST Roadtrips could affect everything but the outcome for #RavensFlock.

The Casa di Bambino becomes the house of cards on Saturday

Do you love sports memorabilia, baseball cards and the history of the game? Let Robbie Davis Jr. of Robbie's First Base tell you about the Saturday celebration at the Babe Ruth Birthplace and Museum before the Orioles and Marlins game. And allow Nestor to show you his amazing Luis Aparicio collection here.

Maryland Crab Cake (and Brewery) Tour Day 19: Longboard Cafe and Sinepuxent in Ocean City on MaCO guest day at beach

Day 19 of the Maryland Crab Cake Tour sent us back to the beach and a day of MaCO Conference and chats with politicians and leaders in Ocean City. Our crab cake at Longboard Cafe honored our pal Batman and we got wet with a local at Sinepuxent just over the Assawoman Bridge.
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Finding The Vault and gems of the past and future at “new” CFG Bank Arena

Our Chief Digital Officer Mike Rosenfeld offered Nestor a chance to be a suite life guy for the recent Journey and Toto concert at CFG Bank Arena and wanted his feedback. Comedy and music and Danny DeVito and PacMan and free booze and why Edie Brown needs a room named after her at the former Baltimore Civic Center.

What are the next key moves of DeCosta and Ravens?

As the NFL Combine gathers in Indianapolis, Luke Jones and Nestor discuss the Ravens' decisions on the franchise tag for Justin Madubuike and where to go in April for offensive linemen and more depth across the roster as the inevitable offseason attrition continues.

DeCosta says Ravens “probably will” tag Madubuike without long-term deal

Baltimore has until next Tuesday to use the franchise tag on Pro Bowl defensive tackle Justin Madubuike.

Ravens make four new hires to coaching staff official ahead of scouting combine

Head coach John Harbaugh lost several notable assistants following the 2023 season.

Hot yoga, great football and giving back and living in Baltimore as a Ravens alum

Our resident Super Bowl XXXV champion and hot yoga devotee Femi Ayandabejo joins Nestor for a spirited debate about mental fitness, personal strength and Ravens football and the importance of giving back on Crab Cake Row: A Cup Of Soup Or Bowl from Faidley's for the Maryland Food Bank.

Crab Cake Row: Our marketing pal Steve Taormino donates cans and talks Vehicles For Change and brands

We began the second day of our "A Cup Of Soup Or Bowl Week" from Costas Inn with a large donation from our CC&A pal Steve Taormino, who partners with Vehicles For Change, a local organization with national ties that helps folks with transportation and transforms lives.

The Peter Principles (Ch. 4) – The Dumb Dumb error begins in Baltimore

The Ballad of Davey Johnson begins in Baltimore in 1996. All he ever did was win baseball games. He and Peter Angelos never agreed on much. And then he was gone. Here's the whole story through the eyes of the journalists who covered it.

Crab Cake Row: TurnAround providing support for victims of worst crimes against women and children

Former Ravens Super Bowl XXXV champion running back Femi Ayanbadejo tells Nestor why TurnAround earned his support for survivors of abuse from Faidley's on "A Cup Of Soup Or Bowl Week" for the Maryland Food Bank.
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