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Rubenstein creates prosperity in Baltimore that doesn’t exist everywhere in Major League Baseball

Maury Brown of Forbes talks MLB goals and Orioles realities in new world of digital and streaming beyond leaving the disaster of Angelos and the MASN debacle behind for Baltimore and Washington baseball.

Leonard Raskin joins Nestor to talk Orioles profit of Angelos and money of Rubenstein to lift Baltimore

After Nestor broke out a cocktail napkin and did the math on the $173 million price tag of the Baltimore Orioles in 1993 (that came with $45 million in cash) and the recent sale price of $1.7 billion to David Rubenstein (that comes with $600 million in free money from Maryland taxpayers), he wanted to confirm his Dundalk math with our financial advisor Leonard Raskin as to just how much money the Angelos family actually made while attempting to destroy the franchise for the fan base.

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The road ahead – and behind – for Rubenstein to rebuild a bigger better Orioles brand

Longtime MLB executive and Georgetown sports business professor Marty Conway discusses the road ahead for the Orioles new ownership in winning back Baltimore business in the same manner that his late mentor Larry Lucchino preached at the dawn of Camden Yards and zenith of Orioles Magic.

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In the end, Angelos family made $1 million every week they owned the Orioles – plus the actual profit

After Nestor broke out a cocktail napkin and did the math on the $173 million price tag of the Baltimore Orioles in 1993 (that came with $45 million in cash) and the recent sale price of $1.7 billion to David Rubenstein (that comes with $600 million in free money from Maryland taxpayers), he wanted to confirm his Dundalk math with our financial advisor Leonard Raskin as to just how much money the Angelos family actually made while attempting to destroy the franchise for the fan base.

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The real value of a “fresh start” Baltimore Orioles ownership for MLB

Longtime author and baseball historian Barry Bloom of Sportico provides some historic perspective what the new Orioles ownership could mean for Baltimore and Major League Baseball as David Rubenstein and Cal Ripken step forward to unleash of the potential of a franchise that is blooming on the field and about to blossom with fresh energy.

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The fresh start of a new era of Orioles baseball in Baltimore

Luke Jones and Nestor discuss the new baseball season and Orioles fresh start at Camden Yards with David Rubenstein and Cal Ripken in front of things after three decades of tyranny. What changes come first and what have we seen so far in the first hours?

Sports business journalist Eric Fisher of Front Office Sports tells Nestor where new Orioles ownership can make progress right away

Sports business journalist Eric Fisher of Front Office Sports tells Nestor where David Rubenstein and the new Orioles ownership team can make progress right away. Things like a way to watch games on your mobile device and an All Star Game in Baltimore and real progress for the folks at MLB, who believe the franchise will finally reach its modern potential.

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Pointing the Orioles in a new direction with MLB and the community

Sports business journalist Eric Fisher of Front Office Sports tells Nestor where David Rubenstein and the new Orioles ownership team can make progress right away. Things like a way to watch games on your mobile device and an All Star Game in Baltimore and real progress for the folks at MLB, who believe the franchise will finally reach its modern potential.

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What are Orioles really capable and willing to do to improve this offseason?

With the Major League Baseball Winter Meetings in full swing in Nashville, Luke Jones and Nestor wonder what John Angelos and the Orioles offseason intentions really are beyond the franchise maximizing lease leverage against Governor Wes Moore and the citizens of Maryland and the fans who have supported the team. Oh, and there’s money and the pitching and tens of millions to be spent in free agency.

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Luke Jones and Nestor wonder what Angelos and Orioles offseason intentions really are beyond maximizing lease leverage

With the Major League Baseball Winter Meetings in full swing in Nashville, Luke Jones and Nestor wonder what John Angelos and the Orioles offseason intentions really are beyond the franchise maximizing lease leverage against Governor Wes Moore and the citizens of Maryland the fans who have supported the team. Oh, and there’s money and the pitching and tens of millions to be spent in free agency.

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Let’s talk facts about Orioles and the MSA Memorandum of Understanding

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.

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Telling the whole truth about the uncertain future of the Maryland Stadium Authority and Camden Yards and the Angelos Family

Follow the money. Wait for the real ink on the lease not the words of a man who lies regularly. Former Maryland Stadium Authority chairman Tom Kelso joins Nestor for a long-awaited, deep dive on everything about the $1.2 billion of your money that Steve Bisciotti and the Angelos Family are getting to keep their sports franchises in Baltimore. Ask someone who knows all the answers and you get them. Listen and learn. It’s important!

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What kind of a civic cash grab is John Angelos trying to get away with in darkness?

Nestor Aparicio tells Dennis Koulatsos what he’s learned about the Orioles intentions for Camden Yards and the downtown area. And he doesn’t like anything about the facts he’s uncovered and the legitimate people with knowledge who are speaking out about the future of our city and who will control the future of the complex and the Maryland Stadium Authority.

Nestor Aparicio updates Dennis Koulatsos on facts he's learned about stadium negotiation and Maryland Stadium Authority

Nestor Aparicio updates Dennis Koulatsos on facts he’s learned about stadium negotiation and Maryland Stadium Authority

As the silence from Annapolis continues and the “negotiation” between the Maryland Stadium Authority and John Angelos enters the 11th hour with no Orioles lease at Oriole Park at Camden Yards for 2024, Nestor Aparicio updates Dennis Koulatsos on the facts he’s learned about the deal and “Memorandum Of Understanding” that would disband the Maryland Stadium Authority and gift a whole bunch of valuable land and full power to the Angelos family.

Nestor Aparicio updates Dennis Koulatsos on facts he's learned about stadium negotiation and Maryland Stadium Authority
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Here’s why busting up Maryland Stadium Authority is a bad idea

As the silence from Annapolis continues and the “negotiation” between the Maryland Stadium Authority and John Angelos enters the 11th hour with no Orioles lease at Oriole Park at Camden Yards for 2024, Nestor Aparicio updates Dennis Koulatsos on the facts he’s learned about the deal and “Memorandum Of Understanding” that would disband the Maryland Stadium Authority and gift a whole bunch of valuable land and full power to the Angelos family.

Nestor Aparicio tells Dennis Koulatsos what he’s learned about Orioles intentions for Camden Yards

Nestor Aparicio tells Dennis Koulatsos what he’s learned about the Orioles intentions for Camden Yards and the downtown area. And he doesn’t like anything about the facts he’s uncovered and the legitimate people with knowledge who are speaking out about the future of our city and who will control the future of the complex and the Maryland Stadium Authority.

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What exactly is a non-binding memorandum of understanding?

Our defending champion of all things sports business and law and media Eric Fisher of Front Office Sports returns to discuss the joy of the Orioles playoff march and the agony of waiting on John Angelos to agree to an inevitable lease at Camden Yards.

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Cleansing the dirty soul of the burgundy and gold

Thom Loverro of Washington Times tells Nestor about the cleansing of burgundy and gold football soul in Landover on Sunday for all D.C. football fans who have suffered. Of course, it begged the question of what the Orioles would look like the day after the Angelos family is gone in Baltimore.

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The dark clouds over The Warehouse in a sunny season as Angelos stalls Orioles lease

Bill Cole and Nestor return from MACO business networking in Ocean City with every leader in the state – and all of them talking about the Orioles lease stall and the outlandish demands of John Angelos to keep Baltimore baseball alive at Camden Yards.

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What did John Angelos tell The New York Times and why?

Longtime New York Times sportswriter Tyler Kepner tells Nestor about his story and recent visit with Orioles owner John Angelos and what the owner’s son wants from Maryland tax payers for the future of Baltimore baseball.

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The green grass and free money for Orioles ownership

After some time in Ocean City – and we all have plenty of memories there – we catch up with our money man Leonard Raskin to discuss the ideology of $600 million of free money not being enough to get the Angelos family to sign a lease to keep the Orioles at Camden Yards.

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