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Orioles running it back with mid-20s starting pitchers, but patience wearing thin

Local product Bruce Zimmermann will start Monday's home opener against Milwaukee.

Orioles’ Mullins just 10th among AL outfielders in first All-Star voting update

Baltimore having the AL's worst record isn't helping one of the most surprising and best players in baseball so far in 2021 make the All-Star Game.

After making Orioles history, whether Means sticks around becomes next question

John Means emerging as the closest thing to a true ace the Orioles have had since Mike Mussina begs the question of whether he'll be around to see this arduous rebuild through.

Means named AL Player of the Week; Orioles recall Akin to pitch in long relief

The lefty reflected on a wild week in which he became the first Baltimore pitcher to throw a complete-game no-hitter since Jim Palmer in 1969.

Lowther hit hard in first major league start as Boston tops Orioles 11-6

The rookie lefty allowed seven earned runs in just 2 1/3 innings in Saturday's loss.

Orioles option Lowther back to minors, but Hyde says “he’ll be back soon”

Needing coverage in the bullpen, manager Brandon Hyde discussed the promotion of pitcher Jay Flaa, who is in line to make his major league debut at age 28.

Lowther’s path to majors reflects strange times for Orioles farm system

The 24-year-old lefty owns a career 2.26 ERA in the minors, but he hasn't pitched in an official pro game since the end of the 2019 season with Double-A Bowie.

2021 Orioles spring preview: 40-man roster pitchers

Lefty John Means is the heavy favorite to start the season opener in Boston on April 1.

Twelve Orioles thoughts counting down to start of spring training

Yusniel Diaz is among the prospects likely to arrive in Baltimore at some point in 2021.
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Blazing the trail of an epic gathering of Baltimore legends

Ron Cassie tells Nestor about the epic Baltimore Magazine gathering of local legends and trailblazers for the January 2023 cover.

Ravens’ Huntley being added to Pro Bowl festivities no big deal, but undeserved recognition is

A three-touchdown season was enough to send Tyler Huntley to the Pro Bowl as a fourth alternate.

For the love of the extinct Luv Ya Blue magic of the Houston Oilers

Back in 1992 when Nestor Aparicio began doing his own radio show on WITH-AM 1230 and Baltimore didn't have an NFL team, he reached to then-Houston Oilers public relations man Chip Namias for a helping hand with the Love Ya Blue blood running through his young veins after leaving The Baltimore Sun. And here we are 30 years later telling the tales.

The tough decisions ahead for Eric DeCosta

Longtime sports media executive and Baltimorean David Katz comes home to offer Nestor his thoughts on the Lamar Jackson timeline and many options of the franchise to make its best play.

A Weis strategy for entertaining for “The Big Game” on Sunday

Dennis Curtin and Nestor discuss snacks and strategies for Super Bowl weekend and stocking the party for the last game of the season. Kansas City BBQ or Philly pretzels?

Thirty years of friendship and Peter Angelos owning the Baltimore Orioles

Allen McCallum and Nestor Aparicio convene three decades later looking for what the Angelos family has done and will leave for Orioles fans.

Here are the reasons Lamar Jackson and Ravens could soon divorce

Dennis Koulatsos and Nestor discuss why they believe Lamar Jackson and Ravens will part ways before September

The Athlete Mindset and Memorial Stadium memories and Section 513

Jeff Brandes brings Nestor The Athlete Mindset and the life of a coach from Section 513 to State Fare in Catonsville on the Maryland Crab Cake Tour.
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