Thursday, November 26, 2020

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Gallagher discusses joys of Baltimore and future of Orioles

Baseball, crab cakes and the Inner Harbor? It used to be that easy. In our #BaltimorePositive finale with Gallagher, Mohler and Aparicio get serious about future of Baltimore Orioles and who will own franchise and what terms will secure long-term lease for MLB future at Camden Yards

EPISODE 32: Gallagher joins Aparicio and Mohler to discuss joys of Baltimore and future of Orioles

Baseball, crab cakes and the Inner Harbor? It used to be that easy. In our #BaltimorePositive finale with Gallagher, Mohler and Aparicio get serious about future of Baltimore Orioles and who will own franchise and what terms will secure long-term lease for MLB future at Camden Yards

The State of Baltimore Sports Media (circa Summer 2012)

Nestor Aparicio lectures a Loyola College sports marketing class on how Baltimore sports media & sales work in 2012

Terps rain threes, crush Winston-Salem St. 98-55

Vasquez narrowly misses a triple-double in the lopsided victory.

Giving Thanks to Baltimore coaches everywhere

Nestor gives thanks to all of the Baltimore sports coaches and managers from Gene Ubriaco to Brian Billick over his 25 years as a media member. "Coaches are my favorite people" he says.

Our pledge: we’ll continue to try to “help” the Orioles

So since Greg Bader and the Orioles' last remaining flunkies and apologists have again begun to spread "anti-WNST" venom in the web community with lies and false allegations about my integrity or intentions, I suppose it's my turn to...

Mining everything but “The Bird”…

No doubt, by now you know that Mine The Bird, a 51-to-1 shot, won the Kentucky Derby in the mud with the most emotional athlete I’ve ever seen in Calvin Borel aboard. You surely know that the Caps now...

Baltimore still has three chances to dance in NCAA bracket madness

Clearly, it has not been a banner year on the local men's basketball circuit. Maryland has been a choppy, up-and-down ride for three months. UMBC, Towson, Loyola and Coppin have all been disappointing during the regular season, to say...
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Maryland handles Old Dominion in season opener 85-67

Eric Ayala led the way with 19 points and five rebounds for the Terps, who won their 44th consecutive home opener.

Campbell, Mekari, Skura become latest Ravens added to reserve-COVID-19 list

Defensive end Calais Campbell's status was already in doubt due to the calf injury that's sidelined him since Week 9.

These tacos aren’t going to eat themselves

Many local businesses are struggling to survive and very few are actually opening doors during a pandemic. Our pal Evan Brown from State Fare just opened El Guapo in Catonsville and tells us the story of managing and moving forward during a plague.

Going full dissident on baseball and the world of sports

Author and essayist Howard Bryant provides some backdrop as a former sports writer watching politics and a plague make its way onto the field amidst racial strife in America. Even for those who want to "stick to sports"...