Tuesday, February 7, 2023
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Orioles circa 2010: We know they’ll lie, but will they lie down again?

I know, I’m like a freaking broken record. Every year I write about how I’ve wrongfully had my media pass revoked and every year the Orioles make up some more lies to justify all of their mean-spiritedness and lack...

And the Orioles continue South with more “neighborly” love for Sarasota…

I just got pinged by a friend who tells me that WBAL slipped out a quiet report a few days ago that the Orioles have again made one of their more outlandish moves of 2009. (And that's saying something,...

The indignity of 100 losses for the Orioles

Naturally, the Orioles theme of the offseason -- after the firing of Dave Trembley at some point this Monday -- will be "progress." Isn't that what Jim Hunter and Rick Dempsey talk about after all of these losses, night...

Orioles continue to sink even lower than we thought possible

As the biggest critic of Orioles ownership over the last decade, I've purposely refrained from being particularly hard on the team in 2009. Unfortunately for you, the WNST fans and true Baltimore sports lovers, they have me right where...

As Trembley rolls under the losing orange bus, I’ll defend him…

Watching the post-game press conference with Dave Trembley today has been illuminating. The Orioles are really reeling. The pitchers gave up 23 hits today. They used six pitchers who gave up a collective 18 runs. Their No. 1 starter...

Trembley suspended for comedy show in Seattle

While I thought it was funny -- Dave Trembley doing his best Piniella-Weaver tantrum in the first inning on Tuesday night in Seattle -- apparently Bud Selig and the boys at the MLB office weren't laughing. Today, Trembley was...

Trembley tossed, Luke Scott muscles up as the “forgotten man”

On a day when ESPN.com ran a gigantic story about the great future of the Orioles' outfield of Adam Jones, Nick Markakis and Nolan Reimold, it was Luke Scott who looked the present tense in Seattle as he devoured...

Ohhhhh what a comeback: Oriole Magic percolates at The Yard after the rain…

It isn't hype to say that a miracle happened at Camden Yards tonight. It isn't hyperbole to say that this was truly the greatest comeback in Orioles history. It really was. I'm sure this morning many of you will awake...

Rain drops Koji: Birds lose to Mariners 6-3

My new favorite Oriole, Matt Wieters, was the featured Bird tonight but didn't play. Koji Uehara looked pretty good until the rain came. The Orioles lost again. Mired in an offensive slump, tonight's Birds lineup was another head-scratcher with Ty...

Sloppy, sloppy, sloppy: Birds give finale away in 3-2 loss to Seattle

While we’re all drinking the orange Kool Aid these days in hopes of “better days ahead,” it’s losses like last night’s in Seattle that keep anyone who appreciates good baseball scratching our heads in disgust. After a series of...
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The time that Bill Walton talked about San Diego sports, John Wooden and the tall life with Nestor at Super Bowl XXXII

Our weeks spent at The Big Game have afforded us the opportunity to have a wide variety of chats on Radio Row – even last century! Nestor only wishes he had asked a few more Grateful Dead questions...

Wally Williams, Donny Brady remember Memorial Stadium and early Ravens days in Baltimore

Original Ravens Wally Williams and Donnie Brady share early memories from 33rd Street with Nestor and Luke on Radio Row in Miami ahead of Super Bowl LIV.

Super agent Leigh Steinberg discusses journey of Patrick Mahomes to Super Bowl stage

Longtime sports agent Leigh Steinberg joins Nestor and Luke in Miami 2020 to discuss the journey of Patrick Mahomes to Super Bowl LIV and why the Kansas City quarterback was destined for more.

Boldin comes back to Baltimore via Radio Row to talk Super Bowl XLVII

Anquan Boldin joins Luke and Nestor on Radio Row in Miami 2020 to talk Ravens memories and making the world a better place.

Going back to The U and Memorial Stadium purple lore with Vinny Testaverde

Vinny Testaverde comes home to Baltimore via Miami LIV with Nestor and Luke. Ah, that first game against the Oakland Raiders and that first Ravens touchdown in 1996.

Nils Lofgren talks all things E Street on Radio Row in Phoenix

Nestor Aparicio gets the honor of spending time with pal Nils Lofgren of Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band at the 2008 Super Bowl in Phoenix.

Marc Roberge of O.A.R. talks Redskins, Merriweather and being a Maryland guy

The great Maryland band Of A Revolution was visiting Radio Row at the Miami Super Bowl in 2010 and local music is always better....

Dilfer talks about Billick and week of prep leading up to Super Bowl XXXV win in Tampa

Five years after the departure from the Ravens after holding a parade, Dilfer sat down in Detroit at Super Bowl XL on Radio Row to discuss the art of being a quarterback and mentally preparing to win the biggest game of your life.
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