With a new Arena coming and cranes in the sky in Port Covington and a new golf track running next to the freeway downtown, Mike Rosenfeld and Nestor discuss why so many outside businesses and people and investors still believe in the Baltimore that we do.
Before the doors of the new, shiny object downtown comes for the next generation, allow Nestor Aparicio to tell Bill Cole some old Baltimore Civic Center tales that will lure him back for the music – and hopefully stay for more Inner Harbor fun. Let two Baltimore kids dream about the future with a world class facility replacing the former relic of memories.
Cedric Mullins is hurt. Start prospect Grayson Rodriguez has been an early fail for the starting rotation. John Means return has been delayed. And the Orioles bats have been colder and arms have been taxed. Dennis Koulatsos and Nestor discuss the normal headwinds of a long MLB season in a real pennant race.
John Martin of The Maryland Lottery discusses his joy in watching the Home Run Riches contest play in conjunction with some legitimate Orioles Magic in May at Camden Yards as part of the 50th Anniversary celebration.
Longtime baseball writer Barry Bloom discusses the pending disaster with the Oakland Athletics' hasty departure to Las Vegas, the MLB rule changes unintended consequences and the Orioles great start amidst the financial realities of the AL East.
As the Orioles pick up the pieces from bad news on Grayson Rodriguez and the return of John Means, our Camden Yards insider Luke Jones examines the obvious pitching deficiencies and how Mike Elias might plan to keep the team headed in the right direction this summer. Especially the bullpen.