Monday, May 20, 2024

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WNST STORY OF GLORY No. 7: #JennStrong When you cared about more than just sports radio

On March 20th of this year, it'll be ten years since Jennifer Aparicio was diagnosed with a rare form of leukemia that was later traced back to her work as a project engineer in telecom at 9/11 and the World Trade Center in New York City. As she fought for her life and awaited the first of two bone marrow transplants from a miracle German man who saved her life, our WNST community rallied to get swabbed for the bone marrow registry and the local charity There Goes My Hero. Jenn is alive and well and visited with her DNA twin Niels in Europe recently for NFL football in Franfurt. Meanwhile, we remain incredibly grateful for the support of our community here at WNST Baltimore Positive that kept her spirits high and hopes alive during her gruesome battle. Hug the people you love!

Twelve Ravens thoughts entering start of offseason workout program

Lamar Jackson has worked with personal quarterback coach Joshua Harris throughout the offseason.

Former Ravens coordinator Kubiak going to Super Bowl 50

The Ravens set team records for points scored and total yards in Kubiak's lone season in Baltimore.

Veteran tight end Daniels follows Kubiak to Denver

The Ravens will now need to look for tight end help in free agency or this spring's draft.

Stay or leave: Forecasting the Ravens’ 2015 class of free agents

Luke Jones offers his predictions for the Ravens' batch of free agents set to hit the market next week.

Examining the Ravens’ 2015 class of free agents

Rush specialist Pernell McPhee's strong 2014 campaign has likely priced him out of the Ravens' budget for 2015.

Frigid temperatures await Ravens in New England

Saturday's forecast calls for a high of 20 degrees and winds up to 20 miles per hour in Foxborough.

Monroe limited, Jernigan full participant in Wednesday's practice

The Ravens left tackle told reporters he's "very optimistic" about his status for Saturday's game against New England.

Ravens rule out Monroe, Jernigan for Saturday's game

Baltimore officially activated defensive tackle Haloti Ngata and placed linebacker Arthur Brown on injured reserve.

Monroe's status remains in doubt for playoff trip to Pittsburgh

The Ravens left tackle hasn't practiced since injuring his ankle in the Week 16 loss to Pittsburgh.
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Five-run first inning paces Orioles to 9-2 blowout win over Seattle

Baltimore jumped all over starter Bryce Miller and then pulled away with four runs against the Mariners bullpen in the seventh.

Telling the history of horse racing business in Maryland

Before we can get to where the horse racing industry is headed under a new directive from Annapolis we must first figure out how we got here. Telling the history of Maryland horse racing and the horsemen with Alan Foreman and David Richardson on the Maryland Crab Cake Tour at Greenmount Bowl in Hampstead.

Baffert returns to Baltimore Positive and Preakness looking for ninth Woodlawn Vase

Legendary horse racing trainer Bob Baffert returns to Baltimore and Pimlico with two horses and crack at ninth Preakness win. Will Muth or Imagination win the 149th running of the second leg of the Triple Crown at Old Hilltop on Saturday? Baffert makes his annual stop on Nestor's show from California for an update on his stable and situation after not being allowed to run for the roses in Kentucky.

Ravens will navigate a treacherous holiday slate this season

Luke Jones and Nestor discuss the bombast of the NFL schedule release and unfurl their thoughts on opening against the Super Bowl champion Kansas City City Chiefs on the road and the journey ahead with short rest and a late bye week.

The promise and Orioles Magic of Adley Rutschman

After yet another walk-off home run win, Luke Jones and Nestor discuss the special magic and growth mindset brewing on a team when every night produces a different star for the first-place – and still not swept – Baltimore Orioles, who welcome the Seattle Mariners to Camden Yards this weekend.

Twelve Orioles Thoughts following series split with Toronto

On Wednesday, Adley Rutschman reminded everyone why his arrival two years ago changed everything.

Straining to get to the Northern Lights and needing some Move relief

Wendy Bronfein of Curio Wellness gets a Move testimonial from Nestor for topical pain relief after Northern Lights adventure

The magic of Kentucky Derby, presence of Baffert and Preakness 149 preview with Donna Brothers

Donna Brothers of NBC Sports makes her annual visit to Baltimore Positive, discussing at length the Baffert and Churchill drama and previewing all of the connections and stories of Preakness 149 at Pimlico with Nestor.
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