Author | Andrew Bronstein

Closing Time

May 15, 2014 | Andrew Bronstein

I’m going to start this off with a story. During the last year of Yankee Stadium, I went up there for the history. During the game, Alex Rodriguez came up four times. He was in a little bit of a slump, so for his first at bat, he came up to the plate to a […]

Mama Said…

May 11, 2014 | Andrew Bronstein

Today is Mother’s Day, and if you haven’t already told your mom you love her, stop reading and do it. Go ahead. I’ll wait. Good. I’m sure by now you have seen at least part of the MVP speech by Kevin Durant. Yes, he gave a ton of credit to his mother. But we should […]

NFL Draft 1st Round Recap

May 08, 2014 | Andrew Bronstein

I mentioned before that I’m not one to try to guess on what will happen before it happens. That is why my mock draft was not as specific as most. However, I will analyze things after they happen. In case you’ve been hiding under a rock, the first round of the NFL draft was tonight. […]

Mock Draft 0.0

May 07, 2014 | Andrew Bronstein

The NFL draft is coming up this week, and everyone and their grandmother is coming out with their mock draft. However, unless you are one of the players getting drafted, people in Baltimore really just care about one question. Who will the Ravens choose? Well, I have the secret of what Ozzie Newsome will do. […]

Show him the Money

May 04, 2014 | Andrew Bronstein

Entering this past off-season, the Orioles had two all-star players whose contracts would expire at the end of the 2014 season: Home run champion Chris Davis, and Gold Glove winners J.J. Hardy. Matt Wieters’ deal will expire after 2015. All three would demand high amounts due to their performance on the field, and two (Davis […]

Andrew Bronstein

I'm a die-hard Orioles fan, as well as a student at the University of Maryland. I've worked in retail selling sports equipment for years. I currently work at an ice rink where I drive the Zamboni, as well as the occasional blog and on air time here at WNST. I have also had previous experience in radio at a local rock station down in DC