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Former Orioles first-round pick claimed off waivers by San Francisco

Hunter Harvey is now a member of the Giants while catcher Pedro Severino has elected to become a free agent.

Orioles “taking the training wheels off” H. Harvey in return from injured list

Sunday marks exactly eight years since Baltimore selected pitcher Hunter Harvey in the first round of the 2013 amateur draft.

Mountcastle surge would help ease Orioles’ short-term pains

Ryan Mountcastle's "enormous" three-run homer helped Baltimore win its first home series of the season on Wednesday.

Mullins illustrates ups and downs of Orioles’ rebuilding process

Remembering where the center fielder was two years ago helps keep the early struggles of other young players in perspective.

Allen McCallum joins Nestor to discuss state of Baltimore Orioles baseball in 2021

Allen McCallum joins Nestor to discuss state of Baltimore Orioles baseball in 2021

Orioles officially sign Maikel Franco to one-year deal, send Hunter Harvey to 60-day IL

The 28-year-old will need to get up to speed before likely seizing the starting job at third base.

Waiting on the messiah of Orioles baseball

Allen McCallum joins Nestor to discuss state of Baltimore Orioles baseball in 2021 and the wait for Adley Rutschman and a competitive product on the field.

Twelve Orioles thoughts with full-squad spring workouts underway

Dean Kremer is among the interesting young talents to watch in 2021.

2021 Orioles spring preview: 40-man roster pitchers

Lefty John Means is the heavy favorite to start the season opener in Boston on April 1.

Means finally joins party for surprising 2020 Orioles

A John Means resurgence on the heels of Keegan Akin and Dean Kremer shutting down the Yankees last weekend would give the Orioles the makings of their most interesting starting rotation in some time.
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Continuing the Coppin State tradition on the floor

Coppin State president Dr. Anthony Jenkins tells Nestor about the growth and passion at Coppin State University on the Maryland Crab Cake Tour at Faidley's Seafood in Lexington Market. And save the date for the big LSU and Angel Reece visit home to West Baltimore on December 20th!

Ravens place defensive back A. Washington on injured reserve with chest injury

Ar'Darius Washington played all but three defensive snaps in the Week 2 win at Cincinnati.

Getting defensive against Joe Burrow and the AFC North

While the Ravens continue to wait on Marlon Humphrey and Marcus Williams to get healthy, the remainder of Mike Macdonald's stout unit shut down the Cincinnati Bengals and provided a warning shot to the rest of the division that the pass rush is coming. Oh, and the linebackers will chase you down.

Oyster season is a pearl and a gem to be explored

Damye Hahn says that fall means oysters and ways to eat them at Faidley's Lexington Market

A Baltimore sports weekend for the ages

Dennis Koulatsos and Nestor recap one of the most exciting weekends in Baltimore sports history

Ravens safety Marcus Williams won’t have surgery for pectoral injury — or go on injured reserve

The free safety will continue to rehab the injury sustained in the season opener.

Orioles flying the postseason flag but still need every win

The party was delirious in the aftermath of Sunday's huge win over the Tampa Rays but as Luke Jones and Nestor celebrate the Orioles playoff berth, there's plenty of caution ahead about pitching and winning enough to still be crowned AL East champs.

Getting ready to fly once again with the Eagles at Coppin State

Coppin State president Dr. Anthony Jenkins and basketball head coach Larry Stewart join Nestor at Faidley's for the Maryland Crab Cake Tour as the kids get back to class in West Baltimore. WNST is proud to enter our 10th season as the flagship for Eagles sports and basketball.
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