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Leonard Raskin and Nestor discuss Orioles bringing us back to baseball and downtown signs of life

Leonard Raskin and Nestor discuss Orioles bringing us back to baseball and downtown signs of life

Finding Orioles Fever all over again

Leonard Raskin and Nestor discuss Orioles bringing us back to baseball and downtown signs of life

The daily ritual and heartbeat of real sports is finally back

From Phil's walk to the Nadal show to the puck and hoop and horses, Dennis Koulatsos and Nestor agree that the magic of sports and its nightly ritual is finally back and all eyes are set on the fall and Ravens football.

Orioles Magic and 666: The Number of The East

Why don't we tailgate before Baltimore Orioles games? Why aren't more people going to Orioles games this week? Where are your neon orange lights? Here's your magic number:

Orange you glad we can celebrate Purple Friday with twice the color in Baltimore?

At WNST.net we wear purple & orange simultaneously every day...

For one night, the “Magic” of Orioles baseball returned to Baltimore

Something magic happened, that's for sure...

Time to “Buckle up” — there’s Orioles Magic in air for Baltimore tonight

The Orioles and Yankees battle in a meaningful series in September. Land of pleasant living indeed…

Earl Weaver says he’s staying outta the way of 2012 Orioles Magic

You better believe Earl Weaver is watching the 2012 Baltimore Orioles...

Maybe now Cleveland will leave Art Modell alone?

I’m not an expert about much but Cleveland is something I know a lot about. As much as I like to have some fun with our cousins to the Midwest – it’s been a healthy rivalry ever since Art...

5 Ws and 1 H

Despite a disappointing end to the four-game series with Detroit, it was encouraging seeing an energized crowd at Camden Yards this weekend. Matt Wieters may be off to a slow start at the plate, but that won't dampen the enthusiasm...
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Harbaugh says Lamar Jackson’s postgame tweet “so out of character for him”

The Ravens head coach discussed a variety of topics from the Jacksonville loss during his Monday press conference.

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DeSean Jackson's 62-yard catch was shaping up to be the play of the game before the late defensive collapse.

Maryland Crab Cake (and Brewery) Tour Day 12: Jailbreak in Columbia and The Market at River Falls in Potomac

The twelfth day of the Maryland Crab Cake Tour presented by The Maryland Lottery, Goodwill, Window Nation and the Restaurant Association of Maryland featured a concert jaunt over the Virginia state line but we caught a tasty beer at Jailbreak in Howard County and heard about a unique crab cake in Potomac in Montgomery County.

Campbell on Ravens’ defensive collapse: “We expect to win that every time”

"We’ve got to go back and watch the tape and figure out how we can improve, but this one definitely stings."

Frustrated Jackson says Ravens “just not clicking” in red zone

"I don't know what to tell you. You see it, I'm seeing it, but I'm out there trying to make it happen."

Ravens defense doesn’t live up to hype in crunch time in Jacksonville

The up-and-down play of Marcus Peters came to the forefront in the 28-27 loss to the Jaguars.

#ColumnNes Just a bad beat in Jacksonville or a red (zone) sign of things to come?

“We shouldn’t have lost,” quarterback Lamar Jackson said as he exited the podium after the crushing 28-27 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars that ended a four-game winning streak and opened a bunch of old wounds about the offense not being good enough and the defense not being able to hold a fourth quarter lead.

The failed red zone woes of Ravens leads to painful defeat in Jacksonville

In aftermath of another unspeakable late loss to the Jaguars, Luke Jones and Nestor identify the issues with Ravens offense and what's not working for Lamar Jackson right now inside the 20.
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