Tuesday, November 24, 2020

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The Peter Principles (Ch. 7) – Wren not zen, a Ray of darkness and Frank malaise sets over Orioles

(Author note: This is Chapter 7 of my book "The Peter Principles," which I was working to finish in March 2014 when my wife was diagnosed with leukemia the first time. I will be releasing the entire book for...

The Peter Principles (Ch. 4) – The Dumb Dumb error begins in Baltimore

The Ballad of Davey Johnson begins in Baltimore. All he ever did was win baseball games...

Asking Earl Weaver why he ever wanted to be a baseball manager

When The Earl of Baltimore made his final visit to Camden Yards during the 2012 statue summer, Nestor was fortunate enough to conduct the final public interview with the Hall of Famer.

Billy Joel tells Nestor about being broke in January 1990 on the Stormfront Tour

The Piano Man told the story of managers and the music business ripping him off during a lengthy and very candid interview with Nestor Aparicio, who was a music critic for The Evening Sun in Baltimore.
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Grieving the loss of the Calvert Hall and Loyola on Thanksgiving Day

A tradition unlike any other, the cancellation of the Turkey Bowl makes this a silent pigskin holiday pausing a passionate local rivalry. Former Delegate...

Andrews: “People are starting to count us out, and that’s fine”

The Ravens tight end says his team is feeling plenty of urgency to turn the recent struggles around.

Twelve Ravens thoughts following Week 11 loss to Tennessee

Mark Andrews played a career-high 56 snaps, caught a touchdown, and registered a season-best 96 receiving yards.

Ravens running backs Ingram, Dobbins test positive for COVID-19

A bad day for the Ravens turned worse late Sunday night with multiple members of the organization testing positive for COVID-19.