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The hot summer nights of a pennant race and new splash of celebrity ownership

Leonard Raskin and Nestor discuss the increasing summer sports mojo and the Orioles’ heartbeat of All Star week, a first-place battle with the Yankees and new ownership’s splash with the fans.

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Kim Herring: Getting to a Super Bowl on leadership of Lamar and ability to adjust

He played in two Super Bowls in back-to-back years for legendary teams. Former Ravens safety Kim Herring won one here and lost one with St. Louis and the Greatest Show On Turf and comes home to Baltimore to discuss the thrill and agony of the NFL postseason and finishing the job.

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Finding relaxation and relief at new Planet Fitness Recovery Lounge

Earlier this month, Nestor Aparicio snuck off to his longtime sponsor and partners at the newly upgraded Planet Fitness in Reisterstown with lead trainer Quintin Dailey. Let him recap his Black Card spa tour day with new machines, devices and techniques that serve to settle the soul before or after exercising at PF.

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Shawne Merriman discusses the long road back from an Achilles injury in NFL

Former Maryland Terps and NFL pass rush star Shawne Merriman discusses his Achilles injury and a tough first week in the NFL with the loss of Aaron Rodgers in New York and J.K. Dobbins here with the Ravens. His next Lights Out MMA card is on October 7 on FUBO.

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Meet the Young Fresh Prince spinning the old school tunes at Kidney Walk on Sept. 10 at UMBC

Young survivor LaVon “Prince” Thomas tells Nestor about the importance of the National Kidney Foundation and the story of his infancy transplant and love of music – all music. Meet this old soul and young prince before the Kidney Walk on Sunday, September 10th in Catonsville.

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Changing the game and transforming America

Film producer Byron Motley joins Nestor from Kansas City to discuss his father’s work as an umpire in the Negro Leagues and his quest to have the recent documentary “The League” made to continue to tell the American baseball story and extend the work of the museum in his hometown.

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Why having Orioles fans downtown matters for Baltimore

Nestor Aparicio expresses the joy he feels in seeing people coming back downtown for baseball with Dennis Koulatsos. After all, that’s what Free The Birds was all about 17 summers ago.

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The new hoops head coach at Coppin is coming home

New Coppin State head coach Larry Stewart tells Nestor how his lifelong basketball journey led him back home to the Eagles to find a different campus than when he played for Fang Mitchell a generation ago. Hear the Eagles play and all of Coppin State sports on WNST-AM and Baltimore Positive all year long as the flagship radio for the West Baltimore MEAC institution.

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