Monday, April 22, 2024

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Dear Steve Bisciotti: Ask Chad Steele what he thinks I said about Sage so I can tell Ravens fans why I was really exterminated

“What did do you do wrong, Nestor?” “Why would the Ravens throw you out?” “Why are you the only one in the local media whom they’ve thrown out?” “Why have they treated you this way?” “WHAT DID YOU DO WRONG!?!” I am fed up with these questions from Baltimore sports fans so I wrote to the owner because these questions are his to answer. Letters to John Harbaugh and Eric DeCosta are also coming soon.

WNST STORY OF GLORY No. 4: The night we brought Harbaugh, Tomlin and Billick together to share Super Bowl glory stories

In the aftermath of Jennifer Aparicio's miraculous survival following a second bone marrow transplant, we were inspired to do a second "Night of Heroes" after leukemia survivor Chuck Pagano came back to Baltimore in 2015 to raise money and awareness for There Goes My Hero and the power of swabbing to save lives. If you missed one of the great nights in Baltimore vs. Pittsburgh sports partnerships in May 2016, you can relive it by watching three Super Bowl winning head coaches on one stage for a great cause. This was also the last public appearance of former Ravens president David Modell, who had some very important words, as did Super Bowl XXXV champion James Trapp, who also survived leukemia. A powerful evening.

Dear John Harbaugh: I’ll let your words and “help” tell the story of my professional extermination as a Ravens media member

Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh privately vowed to help Nestor Aparicio with his media credential bullying situation with Chad Steele in any way he could. Weeks later, Aparicio was exterminated. Harbaugh then told him he was unhappy about it but powerless because it wasn't his department in Owings Mills.

When a Peacock, your credit card and six bucks a month sits between you and Patrick Mahomes

As Ravens rest up and we turn our winter Festivus eyes toward the Wild Card Weekend, Leonard Raskin and Nestor discuss power of NBC, Peacock and the National Football League to get your money to watch a playoff game. So, what's next? (Whatever they can get away with...)

WNST STORY OF GLORY No. 16 – The epic Pittsburgh Purple Pep Rallies and Parties

Nestor remembers the Pittsburgh hotel manager howling when the Baltimore AM sports radio wackjob guy told her he was gonna bring a thousand people in purple to her fancy corporate wedding ballroom for four hours to drink beer and prepare to eliminate the Steelers from the AFC Championship Game. The game didn't go well in 2009 or 2011 but we threw a helluva party up there with 'yins. Our WNST Roadtrips could affect everything but the outcome for #RavensFlock.

Luke Jones and Nestor preview the realities of meaningless game Steelers game and Pro Bowl Ravens standouts

Luke Jones and Nestor preview the realities of this meaningless game against the Pittsburgh Steelers and the wide variety of Pro Bowl standouts named by the NFL this week.

Whatever you do: don’t get hurt in this worthless Steelers game!

Luke Jones and Nestor preview the realities of this meaningless game against the Pittsburgh Steelers and the wide variety of Pro Bowl standouts named by the NFL this week.

Luke Jones and Nestor debate who sits against Pittsburgh and Ravens grand plan for January

Sure, the game is meaningless to the Baltimore Ravens and Lamar Jackson isn't playing – but someone has to play in the awful weather on Saturday as a "tune up" for the only game that really matters in two weeks. Luke Jones and Nestor debate who sits against Pittsburgh and the Ravens' grand plan for a successful January run at the Super Bowl with lofty expectations.

You can’t sit everyone against the Steelers

Sure, the game is meaningless to the Baltimore Ravens and Lamar Jackson isn't playing – but someone has to play in the awful weather on Saturday as a "tune up" for the only game that really matters in two weeks. Luke Jones and Nestor debate who sits against Pittsburgh and the Ravens' grand plan for a successful January run at the Super Bowl with lofty expectations.

Luke Jones and Nestor discuss the waiting and the hardest part of Steelers Week with nothing on the line

The Baltimore Ravens are in the best position in the entire NFL playoff tournament. But the playing-for-their-lives Pittsburgh Steelers are coming to town with a quarterback controversy and a real reason to win. Meanwhile, Luke Jones and Nestor discuss the waiting and the hardest part of Steelers Week with nothing on the line and who will play in the rain and snow on Saturday afternoon.
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Latest News

Finding rewards after the 420 holiday

It's the biggest weekend of the year in the cannabis deals and discount world and Wendy Bronfein of Curio Wellness tells Nestor about what happens after the 420 holiday with a new and innovative rewards system available to adult-use customers all over Maryland.

Those Orioles home runs continue to pay off in grand slam riches

Seth Elkin and Nestor discuss the rash of Orioles homers benefiting Home Run Riches winners and waiting on every grand slam when the bases are loaded. Big money. Big fun. Every night the Birds play!

Quiet start to offseason program exactly what Ravens want

Reigning NFL MVP Lamar Jackson was present for the start of voluntary workouts earlier this week.

Sneed makes case for Baltimore City Council President seat

Leading her campaign with transparency and more fairness in Baltimore City government, former District 13 councilwoman Shannon Sneed tells Nestor the importance of the City Council President seat and the goals of her campaign for citizens.

A Walkoff Wednesday for Orioles works well before roadtrip

Luke Jones and Nestor discuss the incredible spot start of veteran Albert Suarez start, another walkoff home run by Cedric Mullins and the re-emergence of Cal Ripken to Orioles baseball this month as the team heads to Kansas City and Los Angeles before returning home on Friday, April 26th against the Oakland Athletics.

Twelve Orioles Thoughts following three-game sweep over Minnesota

Cedric Mullins began the series with a phenomenal diving catch and finished it with the first career walk-off homer.

Mullins’ walk-off homer, Suarez’s impressive start lift Orioles to sweep over Minnesota

Albert Suarez pitched 5 2/3 shutout innings in his club debut before Cedric Mullins won the game on Wednesday.

Hyde, Orioles happy with Bradish’s first rehab start at Double-A Bowie

Kyle Bradish tossed three scoreless innings and struck out four in Tuesday's start.
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