For two decades Charles Steinberg worked for the Baltimore Orioles and can recite the history of Orioles Magic because he was there when it happened. Checking in from his gig running the Worcester Woo Sox after a long trail of success with the Boston Red Sox, the native Baltimorean had some thoughts on the kindness of Brooks Robinson, warm memories of 33rd Street and the resurgence of the Oriole Way with the 2023 Birds.
If you remember the last day at Memorial Stadium in 1991, then you need to meet the architect. Longtime baseball public relations leader Rick Vaughn remembers 33rd Street and the leadership of an Orioles front office legend.
Usually we discuss current sports business issues with Georgetown professor Marty Conway. But, given his run on 33rd Street with the godfather of Baltimore sports public relations during the 1980s, we thought he should tell ya about the legend of Bob.
Former Maryland Stadium Authority chairman Tom Kelso returns to answer more of Nestor's very serious questions about the Baltimore Orioles lease, the "Memorandum of Understanding" (MOU) and what happens to Steve Bisciotti and the Ravens if Governor Wes Moore promises all of The Warehouse and Camden Yards land and power to the Angelos family.
With the stadium lease drama about to go into extra innings in Annapolis and the typical Angelos family stall rolling on for baseball fans, longtime Baltimore journalist, author and Orioles historian John Eisenberg discusses the history of the franchise, the city and the downtown landscape he found four decades ago when he joined The Sun as a sportswriter and columnist.
As the Maryland Crab Cake Tour presented by The Maryland Lottery, Window Nation and Jiffy Lube takes us throughout the community to tell the best Baltimore Positive stories and Weis conversations, there are none better than the crab cake tales of family lore and secret recipes kept for three generations. Let Steve Pappas tell you the 50-year history history of his family crab cake and Parkville legacy.
Every Orioles fan remembers Barbara Phelps-Anderson, who hit it big in the 50th Anniversary of the Maryland Lottery celebration when Ryan Mountcastle hit the 50th home run in a memorable Baltimore baseball summer. Nestor caught up with the huge Birds fans down in Sunnyside to relive the magic moment and talk offseason Orioles baseball.
Legendary Philadelphia blues rockers Tommy Conwell and The Young Rumblers return to the Baltimore area for the first time in two decades and Nestor asks why it's still fun to put the band back together almost four decades after the Hammerjacks magic of "I'm Not Your Man."