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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

David Steele continues MD Crab Cake Tour chat with Nestor about NFL, race and future of Lamar Jackson

David Steele continues MD Crab Cake Tour chat with Nestor about NFL, race and future of Lamar Jackson

Angelo Rodriguez of Pappas Restaurant tells Nestor about 50 years of crab cakes and new Bel Air spot

Angelo Rodriguez of Pappas Restaurant tells Nestor about 50 years of crab cakes and new Bel Air spot

It Was Always A Choice

In the second part of our Maryland Crab Cake Tour stop at Pappas with author David Steele we discuss future of sports journalism, the NFL and race and the future of Lamar Jackson.

Author David Steele joins Nestor for a review of sports journalism and activism in America

David Steele continues MD Crab Cake Tour chat with Nestor about NFL race and future of Lamar Jackson

Adding up 50 years of crab cakes for Pappas Restaurant family

Longtime general manager Angelo Rodriguez of Pappas Restaurant tells Nestor about 50 years of crab cakes and the new Bel Air spot coming in February.

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

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.

Activism for athletes comes at a cost in America

Author David Steele joins Nestor for a review of sports journalism and activism in America and a full discussion on his latest book, "It Was Always A Choice."
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