Saturday, April 13, 2024

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Baseball author Tim Wendel joins Nestor to compare of lifetime of MLB labor wars and attrition

Baseball author Tim Wendel joins Nestor to compare of lifetime of MLB labor wars and attrition

Manfred goes to war with truth as MLB labor wars sound all too familiar

Baseball author Tim Wendel joins Nestor to compare lifetime of MLB labor wars and personal attrition as Manfred goes to war with the players and Ken Rosenthal to start 2022.

Breaking down the business of offseason money and Major League Baseball

Maury Brown, a 2020 National Sportswriter Of The Year nominee and Senior Contributor at Forbes Sports, discusses the ugly offseason of the business of MLB and sounds of labor war.

Baseball owners vs. baseball players over money: Here we go again

It's a tale almost as old as time: MLB players want their share and owners aren't willing to budge. Eric Fisher of SportBusiness talks MLB labor issues and how Orioles ever become relevant again.

Eric Fisher of SportBusiness talks MLB labor issues and how Orioles ever become relevant again

Eric Fisher of SportBusiness talks MLB labor issues and how Orioles ever become relevant again

Maury Brown of Forbes Sports discusses the ugly offseason of the business of MLB and sounds of labor war

Maury Brown of Forbes Sports discusses the ugly offseason of the business of MLB and sounds of labor war

Medical workers on frontline at GBMC, MedStar Health discuss a year of pandemic life for patients and caregivers

Whether you're a patient with routine medical needs or a mom having a baby, the past year of battling COVID has created complexity at local hospitals for everyone.

EPISODE 197: Kassof invites you to learn Baltimore work history via Museum of Industry online during crisis

We continue our tour of Baltimore's COVID shuttered museums and historic institutions and discuss ways they're still reaching their core mission of engaging and educating citizens

Kassof invites you to learn Baltimore work history via Museum of Industry online during crisis

We continue our tour of Baltimore's COVID shuttered museums and historic institutions and discuss ways they're still reaching their core mission of engaging and educating citizens

Being Thrift with mounting debt and wringing the Belle with an insurance policy

Bleeding money, Mussina gone, Belle dug in and MLB labor war looming, Angelos loses the fans of Baltimore and gets fired by a minor league owner
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Fifth-year option decisions will reveal how Ravens truly feel about Bateman, Oweh 

Baltimore has hyped up Rashod Bateman this offseason, but locking him in for 2025 would cost $14.3 million.

Wells struggles, Holliday remains hitless as Orioles fall 11-1 to Milwaukee

Tyler Wells took the loss while rookie Jackson Holliday struck out three times in his Camden Yards debut.

Holliday on Camden Yards debut: “You’re obviously doing something right if you’ve got all this attention”

Orioles second baseman Jackson Holliday said his debut week has been "an unbelievable experience."

The Holliday of a Baby Birds renaissance has arrived

The decision to promote Jackson Holliday came at a curious time this week for many Orioles fans. Luke Jones and Nestor discuss the debut and future of the new Number Seven here in Baltimore as the Birds continue to soar into the spring as a World Series contender with a burgeoning cast of young superstars and new ownership.

Twelve Orioles Thoughts following Holliday’s debut in 7-5 win over Boston

All eyes were on Jackson Holliday, but two other former first-round picks were the standouts on Wednesday.

Holliday officially promoted, to wear No. 7 with Orioles

The 20-year-old will be the first individual to don No. 7 for the Orioles since the late Cal Ripken Sr. in 1992.

Holliday! Celebrate!

It's not a shock that Jackson Holliday is coming to the big leagues as a 20-year old. This was inevitable. But why here and now? Luke Jones and Nestor celebrate the Holliday of Mike Elias' decision to promote the top prospect in Major League Baseball and opine on what it means for the Orioles roster.

Tapping into The Bird Tapes and real Orioles history with John Eisenberg

Local author and longtime sports columnist John Eisenberg tells Nestor about unearthing the lost Orioles conversations and tapes of the heroes Birdland from his turn-of-the-century book on Memorial Stadium and the legendary tales of Brooks Robinson, Earl Weaver, Jim Palmer and everyone associated with Orioles Magic.
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