Monday, April 22, 2024

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WNST STORY OF GLORY No. 20 – The legacy of the Baltimore Colts and Indianapolis

It's complicated – and always will be, the Colts thing in Baltimore for anyone who was alive in 1984. Over a quarter of a century it's never been ignored but back in 2011 at the Indianapolis Super Bowl, Nestor finally put down the sword and the horseshoe for his mental health writing a letter to the citizens of Indiana that got nearly a million views during Radio Row week. But it didn't come without raising a whole lotta hell for a quarter of a century.

Leonard Raskin and Nestor discuss college consequences of losing and good life of Ravens bye week

You can be almost perfect when you're a head football coach and player buyer but don't lose to your rival. Leonard Raskin and Nestor discuss the college consequences of losing in Columbus and the good life of Ravens bye week.

When you don’t make the grade on campus

You can be almost perfect when you're a head football coach and player buyer but don't lose to your rival. Leonard Raskin and Nestor discuss the college consequences of losing in Columbus and the good life of Ravens bye week.

Leonard Raskin and Nestor discuss college football madness as big games make the calendar

The biggest college football game of the year is sandwiched between four days of NFL action this holiday weekend. Leonard Raskin and Nestor discuss Michigan and Ohio State and the Harbaugh family madness as we feast and await the Ravens visit to Los Angeles at the end of it all.

Feasting on football and waiting on Sunday night

The biggest college football game of the year is sandwiched between four days of NFL action this holiday weekend. Leonard Raskin and Nestor discuss Michigan and Ohio State and the Harbaugh family madness as we feast and await the Ravens visit to Los Angeles at the end of it all.

Ron Cassie tells Nestor about Baltimore Magazine gathering of local legends and trailblazers

Ron Cassie tells Nestor about Baltimore Magazine gathering of local legends and trailblazers

Blazing the trail of an epic gathering of Baltimore legends

Ron Cassie tells Nestor about the epic Baltimore Magazine gathering of local legends and trailblazers for the January 2023 cover.

When James Patterson and Mike Lupica write compelling whodunit football fiction

Esteemed author James Patterson and longtime New York sports columnist Mike Lupica give Nestor a lesson in writing for the people and discuss their new novel, "The House of Wolves." It seems that truth makes great fiction in the NFL.

Thirty years after Mayflower crime, I’ve pardoned Irsay and moved on from the hate

I’ve decided that I need to move on from those feelings about the Irsay family and the whole “Baltimore needs to get even with Indianapolis” feelings of Mayflowers and drunk press conferences and dread and anger. I just can’t carry this with me for the rest of my life.

Breaking news to Baltimore about glories of modern-day Indy & Jim Irsay isn’t easy

Did the Mayflowers bring May flowers from Baltimore to Indy? Nestor Aparicio wrote this blog in February 2012 and still believes most of it...
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Latest News

Finding rewards after the 420 holiday

It's the biggest weekend of the year in the cannabis deals and discount world and Wendy Bronfein of Curio Wellness tells Nestor about what happens after the 420 holiday with a new and innovative rewards system available to adult-use customers all over Maryland.

Those Orioles home runs continue to pay off in grand slam riches

Seth Elkin and Nestor discuss the rash of Orioles homers benefiting Home Run Riches winners and waiting on every grand slam when the bases are loaded. Big money. Big fun. Every night the Birds play!

Quiet start to offseason program exactly what Ravens want

Reigning NFL MVP Lamar Jackson was present for the start of voluntary workouts earlier this week.

Sneed makes case for Baltimore City Council President seat

Leading her campaign with transparency and more fairness in Baltimore City government, former District 13 councilwoman Shannon Sneed tells Nestor the importance of the City Council President seat and the goals of her campaign for citizens.

A Walkoff Wednesday for Orioles works well before roadtrip

Luke Jones and Nestor discuss the incredible spot start of veteran Albert Suarez start, another walkoff home run by Cedric Mullins and the re-emergence of Cal Ripken to Orioles baseball this month as the team heads to Kansas City and Los Angeles before returning home on Friday, April 26th against the Oakland Athletics.

Twelve Orioles Thoughts following three-game sweep over Minnesota

Cedric Mullins began the series with a phenomenal diving catch and finished it with the first career walk-off homer.

Mullins’ walk-off homer, Suarez’s impressive start lift Orioles to sweep over Minnesota

Albert Suarez pitched 5 2/3 shutout innings in his club debut before Cedric Mullins won the game on Wednesday.

Hyde, Orioles happy with Bradish’s first rehab start at Double-A Bowie

Kyle Bradish tossed three scoreless innings and struck out four in Tuesday's start.
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