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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.

What are Orioles really capable and willing to do to improve this offseason?

With the Major League Baseball Winter Meetings in full swing in Nashville, Luke Jones and Nestor wonder what John Angelos and the Orioles offseason intentions really are beyond the franchise maximizing lease leverage against Governor Wes Moore and the citizens of Maryland and the fans who have supported the team. Oh, and there's money and the pitching and tens of millions to be spent in free agency.

Luke Jones and Nestor wonder what Angelos and Orioles offseason intentions really are beyond maximizing lease leverage

With the Major League Baseball Winter Meetings in full swing in Nashville, Luke Jones and Nestor wonder what John Angelos and the Orioles offseason intentions really are beyond the franchise maximizing lease leverage against Governor Wes Moore and the citizens of Maryland the fans who have supported the team. Oh, and there's money and the pitching and tens of millions to be spent in free agency.

Twelve Orioles Thoughts following ALDS Game 2 loss to Texas

It’s tough to recall many local sports weekends beginning with such electricity and concluding with such a thud.

Dear John and Louis Angelos: Are you a Rocky – or a Bullwinkle?

The sons of Peter Angelos got a "Dear Orioles" letter from Nestor back in July 2018 encouraging them to step forward and run a legitimate local baseball franchise. Now in the aftermath of the Kevin Brown suspension fiasco at MASN, any sensible fan would realize what we're up against as a community with a born-on-third and thinks he hit a triple Fredo with a penchant for punishment like his old man.

Former top prospect Diaz’s departure reminds how much has changed for Orioles in four years

The centerpiece of the Manny Machado trade, oft-injured outfielder Yusniel Diaz never lived up to the early hype.

Orioles hanging tough in playoff race, but still need spark Elias should try to provide

Offensive struggles and signs of bullpen vulnerability are reasons why general manager Mike Elias should be trying to provide his surprising club a boost.

With Rutschman’s arrival, Orioles hope fun weekend serves as turning point to shedding rebuilding status

“It’s just about building and growing from here. We’ve got blue skies ahead of us."

Three years later, Machado trade looking dubious at best for rebuilding Orioles

Outfield prospect Yusniel Diaz has batted .167 at Triple-A Norfolk this season and is sidelined once again with an injury.

Twelve Orioles thoughts through first quarter of 2021 campaign

Despite cooling off from his ridiculous April, Cedric Mullins continues to play at a high level atop the Baltimore order.
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Getting prepped for a big Orioles homestand at Camden Yards

With the surging Birds coming home to play great weather baseball under new ownership, Luke Jones and Nestor talk MLB and the Orioles' role in baseball as contender and how everyone is watching "The Next Chapter" and seeing the possibilities of all of this young talent.

With Hays on IL, Orioles officially recall Heston Kjerstad for Tuesday’s game in Anaheim

Kjerstad was set to bat eighth and play right field on Tuesday night.

Sizing up the 2024 Ravens roster ahead of this week’s draft

The offensive line remains Baltimore's biggest need with three starting spots to fill from last season.

Headed West with big bats and Holliday questions

Luke Jones and Nestor examine Orioles strengths and Holliday weaknesses as late nights in Anaheim

Twelve Orioles Thoughts following series win at Kansas City

Jordan Westburg continues to swing the bat very well after another strong series for Baltimore.

What is bringing folks back downtown for Orioles baseball?

Our financial guru Leonard Raskin joins Nestor to discuss the energy around Baltimore Orioles baseball and what bringing folks back downtown again regularly can do for the city. Oh, and a good news humanity update on theatre etiquette from Notre Dame Prep, too!

Dundalk, rock and roll and the keys to Key Brewing

Stone Horses frontman John Allen joins Nestor in their Dundalk homeland at Costas Inn to discuss the aftermath of the Key Bridge collapse with beer insider Joe Gold of Key Brewing. It's so important that we support Sparrows Point and the growth developed on the east side and on the peninsula.

Making time for the Orioles again…

Bill Cole and Nestor discuss the reemergence of Orioles baseball in lives of many Baltimore folks and how going to Camden Yards has suddenly become cool again with new ownership and a great, young team on the field.
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