Twenty players were listed in ESPN’s report on Major League Baseball’s investigation of Biogenesis, the Miami based clinic that reportedly supplied Alex Rodriguez, Ryan Braun and others with performance enhancing drugs. Not one of them plays for the Baltimore Orioles.
Apparently WNST’s Nestor Aparicio knows something everyone else doesn’t. The controversial radio station owner claimed on his Facebook page that he would ask the Orioles “about some of their Miami friends at Biogenesis” if only his press pass hadn’t been taken away.
I’d love to ask some of the Baltimore Orioles about some of their Miami friends at Biogenesis. But, alas, I don’t have a press pass to be able to ask any questions…but I’m sure Peter Angelos’ MASN employees and bought off media will ask the tough questions about all Tony Bosch!
Aparicio lost the aforementioned pass after staging a protest against Orioles ownership. His company, however, still receives media credentials. I’m not sure why someone else who works at WNST couldn’t ask these tough questions.
Nasty Nestor was accused of attempting to strangle KTCK-AM’s Gordon Keith on radio row in 2009. Keith claimed Aparicio grabbed him by the neck. Police were called and the two were separated. A year prior, Aparicio received national attention when he ranted against homeless people in a piece in the Baltimore Sun’s B Magazine.
WNST was a part of a defamation suit in which Jen Royle accused Aparicio, Glenn Clark and Drew Forrester of making claims and damaging statements that hurt her reputation.
If you’re a listener to 1570 AM, reader of WNST.net or follower on Twitter, try keep in mind where you’re getting your information.