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The Kolareks and Mike Bordick tell Nestor how the game of baseball is about to change again in 2023

The Kolareks and Mike Bordick tell Nestor how the game of baseball is about to change again in 2023

What will all of the new MLB rules mean for the game?

In a wide-ranging chat about life in the big leagues, Mike Bordick is joined by Adam and Frank Kolarek in telling Nestor about the impact new rules and a pitch clock are about to have on the game of baseball and how we view the game will change in 2023.

Mike Bordick brings Frank and Adam Kolarek by Maryland Crab Cake Tour for chat about Catonsville and baseball

Mike Bordick brings Frank and Adam Kolarek by Maryland Crab Cake Tour for chat about Catonsville and baseball

Jean Marbella of The Baltimore Sun discusses the Angelos family squabble and future of newspapers

Jean Marbella of The Baltimore Sun discusses the Angelos family squabble and future of newspapers with Nestor

The Catonsville World Champion and the family League of Dreams

Our pal and former Orioles shortstop Mike Bordick brings Frank and Adam Kolarek by the Maryland Crab Cake Tour at Pappas in Cockeysville for a lengthy chat about a kid growing up in Catonsville around baseball with a purpose long before the champagne and World Series ring with the Los Angeles Dodgers.

The Fighting Angelos Brothers and who will control the Baltimore Orioles?

Jean Marbella of The Baltimore Sun discusses the courtroom Angelos family squabble over a $2 billion Major League Baseball franchise and the future of newspapers with Nestor.

Orioles add top pitching prospect Rodriguez, four others to 40-man roster ahead of Rule 5 draft

Grayson Rodriguez is a strong candidate to be in the 2023 Opening Day starting rotation.

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 decline $11 million option for veteran starter Jordan Lyles

Despite Lyles exceeding expectations in 2022, general manager Mike Elias will aim higher this offseason.

Elias, Orioles deserve proper backing from ownership to take next step after remarkable 2022

After a season of great fun, the Orioles must augment a promising nucleus to make the future even brighter.
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Luke Jones and Nestor discuss offense of Greg Roman and passing game of Tyler Huntley after the narrow Broncos win. And of course, the James Proche pass from inside field goal range.

Maryland Crab Cake (and Brewery) Tour Day 17: Reaching Berlin before the beach and Crabs-To-Go and Burley Oak

The seventeenth day of the Maryland Crab Cake Tour presented by The Maryland Lottery, Goodwill, Window Nation and the Restaurant Association of Maryland featured a day at the beach and stop at Crabs-To-Go in Berlin and some local attention on the farm at Burley Oak Brewing.

Without Lamar Jackson, the Ravens aren’t winning the Super Bowl

Luke Jones and Nestor discuss the Ravens late win over Broncos behind Snoop Huntley and the impact of an apparent PCL injury to Lamar Jackson on season hopes in Baltimore.

Even with last-minute win, Ravens fighting feeling of deja vu won’t be easy

Baltimore will now hold its breath to learn more about Lamar Jackson's left knee injury.

#ColumnNes Snooping around for the narrative in a gritty, season-defining win for Ravens

No, it’s not a time for sweeping narratives but the story of the Baltimore Ravens right now is uncertainty and the path to win the division actually going through the division over the next month in a unique scheduling model that was thought to be a benefit until it’s actually Pittsburgh Week and you don’t know who your quarterback is going to be until you see an MRI.

Ravens cornerback Humphrey initially feared Denver’s 63-yard field goal try was going in

The Baltimore defense held the Broncos to just three field goals in Sunday's narrow victory.
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