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Luke Jones and Nestor discuss the mind of Mike Elias and Orioles in hours before MLB trading deadline

Luke Jones and Nestor discuss the mind of Mike Elias and Orioles in hours before MLB trading deadline

Luke Jones and Nestor discuss Orioles potential moves as trading deadline looms on Tuesday

Luke Jones and Nestor discuss Orioles potential moves as trading deadline looms on Tuesday

Luke Jones and Nestor wonder if Grayson Rodriguez will be enough and opine on pitching needs for pennant race

Luke Jones and Nestor wonder if Grayson Rodriguez will be enough and opine on pitching needs for pennant race

Will Grayson Rodriguez be enough pitching for Orioles the rest of the way?

As the trading deadline approaches, Luke Jones and Nestor wonder how and where Mike Elias will look for additional pitching now that Grayson Rodriguez is back in the rotation and a real pennant race heats up for the Baltimore Orioles.

Luke Jones and Nestor consider trading deadling and Orioles potential pursuit of Ohtani or others

Luke Jones and Nestor consider trading deadling and Orioles potential pursuit of Ohtani or others

Oh? Ohtani might be available for a pennant run?

If the Orioles plan to be serious buyers at the trading deadline, Luke Jones and Nestor consider the possibilities of adding the greatest baseball they've ever seen in his prime and what it would take and mean for the Angelos family and Mike Elias.

Luke Jones and Nestor celebrate Mancini and Mullins but look to future for Orioles

Luke Jones and Nestor celebrate Mancini and Mullins but look to future and trade deadline for Orioles

So what happens to Mullins and Mancini the rest of the way for Orioles?

Sure the trading deadline is fast approaching but will the All Star attention of the Orioles most coveted players dangle any real prospects in a deal? Luke Jones says the days of giving real future stars away in July is over in MLB.
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