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Luke Jones and Nestor assess Orioles next moves after Hall debut and near disaster against Rays

Luke Jones and Nestor assess Orioles next moves after Hall debut and near disaster against Rays

What will the Angelos family war mean for Orioles once it’s time to spend?

Luke Jones and Nestor assess Orioles next moves after Hall debut and near disaster against Rays

Elias, Mejdal discuss Orioles’ decision to expand left field at Camden Yards

Oriole Park at Camden Yards will have a different look for the 2022 season.

On most nights, this is hard to watch…

Luke Jones and Nestor discuss the disgrace of last place and an uncompetitive Orioles franchise. And why do we still watch this brand of baseball?

Allen McCallum joins Nestor to discuss state of Baltimore Orioles baseball in 2021

Allen McCallum joins Nestor to discuss state of Baltimore Orioles baseball in 2021

Waiting on the messiah of Orioles baseball

Allen McCallum joins Nestor to discuss state of Baltimore Orioles baseball in 2021 and the wait for Adley Rutschman and a competitive product on the field.

The realities of (another) Orioles summer of losing a lot of baseball games

Sure, the 0.0 predictions about postseason hopes were clever but what is the 2021 ceiling for the Birds of Mike Elias and rebuilding into another season without real hope for anything other than the future?

Luke Jones and Nestor discuss future of MLB and Orioles in this cold COVID winter

Luke Jones and Nestor discuss future of MLB and Orioles in this cold COVID winter

What is future of MLB and Orioles in this cold COVID winter off diamond?

Luke Jones and Nestor discuss future of Major League Baseball and the Baltimore Orioles franchise as the Camden Yards 30-year lease quietly comes to an end.

Twelve Orioles thoughts at start of 2020 spring training

The patience required for a multiyear rebuild was already agonizing enough, but the model being the 2017 Houston Astros now carries much different connotations.
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Twelve Ravens thoughts following Week 4 loss to Buffalo

Playing in front of a full Baltimore crowd for the first time, J.K. Dobbins scored two touchdowns in Sunday's defeat.
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