The DA Show
From 'DA's New York Accent' (Subscribe Here): Bob Kendrick is the preeminent authority on the Negro League's Baseball legacy. As president of the museum, he is a treasure trove of information and anecdotes. In his incredible storytelling ability, Kendrick shared memories of the New York area teams in the Negro Leagues and how they drew some of the biggest crowds in the country. He also explains the honoring of the “Black Aces” and how Doc Gooden and Al Downing were remembered recently by the museum. Any fan of baseball history will be mesmerized by this episode. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On Side A, DA & Bogusch discuss how similar Baby DAlien Ryan Boettcher is to Pete Bellotti after Ryan complained about people his age not knowing "The Banana Splits". They also ponder why Shep was hanging out in the newsroom at 5 in the morning. On Side B, Bogusch is impressed with EJ's Batman shirt and amazed to learn that the first Robin became a solo hero (Nightwing) and that the newest Robin is Bruce Wayne's son (Damien). Bogusch also wonders how EJ became so cool.
Can Pittsburgh's defense carry them to the playoffs? Your best audio of the day in Sound Check. Andrew Bogusch is Stunned to a News. DA and the gang give you their trashes on this week's Trash Tuesday. Finally, your Advanced Analytics, and today's Epic Fail.
Hour 1: DA says Colorado may have been exposed in their near-win over rival Colorado State. Lions Radio Color Analyst and Former Pro Bowl Offensive Tackle Lomas Brown joins the show for our Sunday Conversation. DA reacts to some of the most exciting sounds from Saturday's college football slate in our "Excessive Celebration" segment.
Hour 2: DA wonders why some of college football's highest ranked teams struggled on Saturday. Mitch Moss, host of "Follow the Money" on VSiN, give his favorite bets for this Sunday's NFL action. DA reacts to some of the most interesting insights from interviews the week in "The Insiders" segment.
Will the Eagles return to Super Bowl caliber play? Your best audio of the day in Sound Check. DA's Tasty Top 5 College Football games of the weekend. Andrew Bogusch is Stunned to a News. The Porkinator is back bringing you the football food of the week involving skyline chili and crab cakes. The Wizard of Odds gives you his best bets, as well as your Target Demo Friday and Epic Fail
From 'DA's New York Accent' (Subscribe Here): DA welcomes Mike Stanton to his weekly podcast interviewing NY Sports legends. Stanton was one of the key arms in the Yankees' terrific bullpen of the ‘90s and ‘00s. He walks down memory lane after his first Old Timer's Day to remember MLB's last dynasty. He discusses the Subway Series and the special era of the Yankees. On the 22nd anniversary of 9/11, Stanton remembers how emotional that day and the following weeks were. He walks through the Yankees' legendary run through October that year as the Yankees became America's team with Jeter's flip play and the iconic World Series against the Diamondbacks. It's a must-listen as New York remembers those emotional months in 2001. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices