The Twins get a two-game sweep in Chicago, their first sweep since before the All-Star Break, but it comes at the hands of -- can we say it? -- the lowly Cubs. Yet the two games entertained David and Dan, who were impressed with Nick Gordon and Max Kepler, and especially Joe Ryan. They discuss what the rotation might look like next season and how that impacts the chances the team agrees to a new contract with Byron Buxton, and whether the Twins will spend big in the offseason. Dan asks David about playoff expansion, and then quietly slides into the background for the rest of the episode. Maybe David was just upset because he has yet to clinch his title in Puckett's Picks. Thanks for listening. Enjoy!Music: "Minnesota Twins Theme" (1961) written by Ray Charles and Dick Wilson. Arrangement and performance by Jason Cain. The Gran Group with Edina Realty TWIN CITIES AREA REALTORS TO MEET ALL OF YOUR HOUSING NEEDS!
Laurence started his show by talking to All 22 Review host Dan Durkin about the Bears game vs the Bengals and what they film says about Justin Fields' readiness for this Sunday's game vs the Browns. Later, the Sox are playing .500 ball since the All-Star Break and Laurence (and most Sox fans) are concerned. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In episode 10, it's rivalry week! Ian, Austin and Alex discuss the final match against Orlando this year, Inter Miami's tremendous turnaround with a big win over Toronto, Robbie Robinson's call up to the Chilean National Team, and what the future holds for Rodolfo Pizarro after the All-Star Break. Be sure to follow our pod socials: Twitter: @theheronoutlet Instagram: @theheronoutlet
Atlanta dropped back-to-back games for the first time since the All-Star Break as the Bombers took the finale 5-4 at Truist Park. Kev and Chris have a recap and look ahead to the upcoming weekend series with the visiting first place Giants. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
It's Game 117 of the 2021 Season and Cleveland Indians fall to the Minnesota Twins in extra innings 5-4. On today's show we're talking about Cal Quantrill being one of the best starters in baseball since the All-Star Break, relay throws to home, monster home runs, and naming our MVP for the Day (whoops, forgot again). If you want to share your thoughts on the game or anything Cleveland baseball you can find me on Twitter @daveyberris, you can email the show ClevelandBaseballMornings@gmail.com, or leave a message on the anchor app and we'll play it back on the show. Merchandise is now available at https://clevelandbaseballmornings.myspreadshop.com/ for T-shirts, Hoodies, Coffee Mugs, and More!!! Now available on iHeart Radio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-cleveland-baseball-morning-70571254/ Now available on Amazon Music: https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/17e3d70a-dd9e-4ed3-a6fc-2ef5d6f58bb8/Cleveland-Baseball-Mornings-An-Indians-Fan-Podcast --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/clevelandbaseballmornings/message
Hear The Buck Belue Show every weekday morning from 10-11a on 680 The Fan and 93.7 FM, the 680 The Fan App available on Apple and Android, with your Smart Speaker by saying Alexa, please play 680 The Fan or wherever you get and listen to your favorite podcast! All 5 star reviews are appreciated and subscribe to have it delivered daily. Bucks BIG Take, a position group that looked like it could finally be a strong point for the Dawgs now looks like a potential area of concern due to injuries and transfers Buck's College Football Nuggets Tennessee Volunteers are celebrating some of their Legends in a great way for fans to see around the stadium Gamecocks had an injury at a pivotal position that could affect the start of the season Special Teams a weakness for Alabama in years past but this year they have a big guy filling the role Kentucky has lost a QB that just arrived Notre Dame knows who they want under center to start the season Chop It Up, Braves are hitting their stride after sweeping the Nats in Washington over the week and are now in sole possession of first place in the NL East and certain players are steeping up to help make this team a contender Atlanta Falcons got game one in the preseason under their belt, Buck talks about what he learned from watching and what not to worry about Whats Poppin' Buck get to say something he loves to say when it comes to the Mets and this happen for the 8th time this MLB season Bad news for tennis fans with recent news Trevor Lawrence has a long season in front of him and a good night for Jake Fromm and the Bills Could more news be coming from the world of College Football when it comes to conferences? Grady Jarrett came in ranked pretty high in the NFL but where would the next Falcons player come in ranked? Georgia Bulldog Roundtable with publisher of UGASports.com Radi Nabulsi joins Buck to talk about the concerns at WR, what the make up on the OL could look like, preparing for the season opener against Clemson and more Dansby Swanson had a great series against the Nats and has come alive since the All Star Break. Braves have one of the top guys at the SS position in Dansby The Final Word the depth chart gets a little thin and worrisome after the main guy in this spot. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We relived the days when Oliver Perez was pitching for the Mets, the guys wondered if Jacob deGrom will pitch again for the Mets this year(???), 'the' Eddie Scozzare outshined the Booms, an update from C-Lo, the Yanks finished off the Whit Sox for their sixth-straight series win and also hold the best record in MLB since the All-Star Break, Gerrit Cole talked about his bout with Covid, the Mets continue to be the Mets as they get swept away by the Dodgers, Zach Wilson made his NFL debut, Gio shares his takeaways from HBO's Hard Knocks and we hear what a hit our guy 'Big Zoo' was on the Jackpocket VIP Boat. Enjoy... See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Ariel Epstein and Ben Stevens are back to give you all the information you need to make it a profitable day in the wager world. Ariel and Ben discuss Miguel Cabrera closing in on 500 career home runs, Joey Votto's home run tear since the All-Star Break, the impact of veterans in MLB this season, the College Football futures market, and NFL season-long prop bets. Ryan Williams joins the show to discuss NFL Preseason betting.
Stream date: 8/5/2021 Josh and Jim recap the Kansas City series which featured a White Sox offense that continues to post inconsistent results. As the White Sox are 9-11 since the All-Star Break and averaging only 3.8 runs per game during that stretch, is this recent play a reason to be concerned? Maybe a trip to Wrigley Field will help the White Sox offense break out as they play the first of the Crosstown Classic series in 2021. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The crew discusses the series with the Tigers. Miggy getting closer to his milestone of 500 homers and 3,000 hits. Red Sox offense and how poor it has been since the All Star Break. Lacking the clutch hit from anywhere in the order. More on Triston Casas and some on Blaze Jordan. Did the Sox bring up Duran too early or is he going to be fine? Richards future on the team and more. Do you like food? Of course you do. Do you like food with a twist? Try High and Happy Catering. They are out of Springfield, Massachusetts. High & Happy catering creates gourmet meals for small or large events with a twist. All of their meals are cannabis infused. If you're looking to have a real happy meal, call them at 413 785 8999 or search for them on instagram @ high and happy catering. You'll be happy you did.
For the first time since the All-Star Break, the Braves won back-to-back games as the new additions all played a big role in last night's victory. Kev and Chris have a recap and preview of tonight's series finale as Atlanta gives the ball to Touki Toussaint! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Wow! All Star Break is overrrrr we are back in business! We recap the Derby and ASG and tell you guys a little secret about who we were accompanied by to watch the ASG! We also talk Nomar Garciaparra and Barry Bonds a little before digging into Wheelhouse including.... SOME TRADES OHHHH BOY! Come check out our new website too over at upperdeckerpod.com! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/upperdeckerpod/support
Greg recaps Sunday's MLB results, chat with Dan Szymborski of Fangraphs about what we might see at the deadline & what team's post All Star Break surge is for real before Greg picks & analyzes EVERY Monday MLB game! Podcast Highlights 2:07-Recap of Sunday's MLB results 22:03-Interview with Dan Szymborski 36:54-Start of picks & analysis with both Braves vs Mets games 42:11-Picks & analysis for Nationals vs Phillies 46:08-NY Post Pick Reds vs Cubs 50:22-Picks & analysis for Blue Jays vs Red Sox 54:07-Picks & analysis for White Sox vs Royals 57:25-Picks & analysis for Tigers vs Twins 1:01:14-Picks & analysis for Astros vs Mariners 1:05:33-Picks & analysis for Rockies vs Angels Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We are officially full-swing in the second half of the baseball season after the All-Star Break! Duncan is on vacation this week, so Hunter sits down with Riley Cox! They talk college baseball, growing up in California, living in Texas, and end with a great Hit The Spot! You don't want to miss this episode brought to you by Apex Koozie! Head over apexkoozie.com and enter code "WASHEDUP" for 10% off. We have a new sponsor, ChafeX! Go to ChafeX.com and enter code "NoChafe2021" for BOGO Free + Free Shipping! Want to be fueled by Raze energy? Go to reppsports.com and enter code CTLRAZE for 15% off. We are always presented by the Washed Up Network! Don't forget to like, subscribe, and review us on iTunes, Spotify, and Vurbl, and watch on YouTube! As always, let's Climb The Ladder!
Geordie Connell is back to recap the All-Star Break as well as the first weekend of the second. He goes division-by-division looking at the various contenders and pondering who might be buying and selling in the coming weeks. After some Phillies talk, he dives into quick hits that include: the NHL Expansion Draft leaks, Name Image Likeness issues in college sports, and others! Make sure to subscribe to the podcast so you don't miss an episode!
Now that the All-Star Break is over, Shohei Ohtani and Jared Walsh return to the Angels to take on the second half of the season, and it's not exactly off to a good start. After two series against AL West rivals like the Seattle Mariners and the Oakland A's, the Angels have struggled to win games despite strong starts from Ohtani, Patrick Sandoval, and José Suarez, the offense has gone cold, and the bullpen is a complete dumpster fire. The Super Halo Bros. cover what was good, what went wrong, and discuss the arrival of the Angels' highly-touted prospect, Brandon Marsh! Plus, given their lackluster performance, are the Halos buyers or sellers at the deadline? Then, Mike and Jon create the ultimate 2021 Angel-killer team comprised of the best players that Angel fans absolutely do not like to see on the field against them this season. Be sure to follow @superhalobros on Instagram and Twitter, and leave a review if you like the show! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jon-frisch/support
As if losing three of their first four games after the All-Star Break wasn't bad enough, the Miami Marlins also placed four key players in Pablo Lopez, Jazz Chisholm Jr., Garrett Cooper and Jesus Sanchez on the injured list as they slip further into the cellar of the NL East with the trade deadline less than two weeks away. Jordan McPherson and Andre C. Fernandez discuss the ramifications. In the second half of the show, Jordan talks with Marlins outfielder prospect Griffin Conine, son of Jeff Conine. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Alex and Bobby banter about the All-Star Break festivities and Pete Alonso's Home Run Derby prowess. Then they discuss the impasse in the Oakland A's ballpark negotiations and John Fisher's vision for his legacy, as well as player comments about priorities in this round of CBA negotiations. They take some listener calls about the Derby format, minor league team shuffling, and a run-scoring rule change. This week's Three Up, Three Down features Good Guy Shohei Ohtani and All-Star opt-out #discourse. Links: Who Is John Fisher? MLB All-Star talk labor priorities ($) Won't MLB All-Stars think of Joel Sherman's feelings? Will Craig on the move to the KBO Colnessa continue to be couple goals The Phillies and Vaccines Songs featured in this episode: “Best Hugs” • Booker T & the M.G.'s — “Green Onions”
Wow, folks, what did you do to get so lucky to have the METS FAN Jesse return, PLUS Chris S. who kayaked from Colorado to appear on this episode? I mean, just, wow. We talk pretty much nothing but Phillies Mets, but mainly Phillies. It's the All-Star Break...where we at, where we going, where do the Phils match up against the Metropolitans...all will be revealed in the way of baseball on Hoagie Mouth. Plus, Jeff pipes in from Asheville NC, where the Hoagie Mouth Family Road Tour continues unabated. After you drink this delicious episode in (partially broadcast from the DE beaches)....what's next? Tune in next week, where we shall speak of Jalens! Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter: @hoagiemouthpod --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jeffrey-wolfe/support
Host Adam Burke was excited for the All-Star Break as a chance to look at some college football stuff, but it is back to the baseball betting grind now. Adam opened the show by talking in general about the Trade Deadline, prospects and minor league call-ups in the second half, and what appears to be the start of CBA negotiations. After that, Adam looked at futures opportunities for the second half. World Series and Division futures joined adjusted season win totals as topics of conversation on the program, as Adam looked at some of the opportunities available to bettors. After keying in on those picks and suggestions, Adam looked ahead to the weekend with thoughts on Red Sox vs. Yankees, Brewers vs. Reds, and Astros vs. White Sox.
The Mets charge into the All-Star Break still in First Place at 47-40. We discuss the series against the Pirates that they split 2-2. We talk about the new future ace of the New York Mets Kumar Rocker and give an in-depth breakdown on the rest of their draft class. Pete Alonso is a back to back HR Derby champion and continues his reign as the longest reigning Derby champ of all time. We discuss the Stephen A Smith/ Shohei Ohtani controversy. We breakdown some possible trades the Mets look to make as the deadline approaches along with segments. Without further ado, let's get it started! #LFGMFollow us on Twitter: @ScootBigManPod, Instargram: @ScooterBigManPod, Tik Tok: @ScooterBigManPod. Rate, Review and Subscribe. New Episodes every Week. #LFGM #LGMOur website: scooterbigman.com
Chad and Eric chat about the state of the Giants' season at the All Star Break and how having the best record in baseball is different than when they had the best record in the break in 2016. We review the last week of Giants' ball, the homerun derby, the All Star game, the Giants draft and more!www.torturecast.comfacebook.com/torturecasttwitter.com/torturecast
The All-Star Break is a great time to break down the standings and review how the season has gone for all 30 teams across the league. Nash and Jason Burke of Locked On Athletics reveal their picks for breakout players, second half breakout picks, and more. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Fully Loaded Chew Fully Loaded Chew is offering LOCKED ON “TEAM” listeners a special offer – Right now you can try a can for just $1. Go to www.fullyloadedchew.com and use promo code: “LockedOn” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Mariners are in position for their first playoff appearance in 21 years at the All Star Break. In order to earn a Wild Card spot, Mike Salk believes they're going to need to make one addition to the roster. If they do make the Wild Card, who would start that game? Mike Salk has a surprising suggestion that hints at the key to the M's chances of making that game in the first place. Brock & Salk debate whether the Mariners would have been better off in the alternative universe where Shohei Ohtani signs with the M's--would Jarred Kelenic be a Mariner still? Brock remembers NFL coaching legend Alex Gibbs after his passing. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Giannis drops 41 points in Game 3 to cut the Suns' lead to 2-1. Team USA Basketball gets stunned by Nigeria. MLB reaches the All Star Break starting with the Home Run Derby on Monday night at Coors Field. Novak Djokovic takes down Matteo Berrettini at Wimbledon to win his 20th Grand Slam, tying Federer and Nadal for the most all-time. Conor McGregor suffers a gruesome injury vs. Dustin Poirier at an electric UFC 264. Picks for this weekend's Open Championship
(0:00) Matt McCarthy is in for Mazz on tonight's edition of the Baseball Hour and he starts the show discussing the Red Sox struggles heading into the All-Star Break. (13:10) The Red Sox drafted Marcelo Mayer with the 4th pick in the draft last night who a lot of reports had as the #1 prospect in the draft. (24:45) Shohei Ohtani is the coolest athlete on planet earth and he takes center stage at the Homerun Derby tonight.
There's no All-Star Break for the Shea Anything podcast presented by Verizon, as Doug Williams and Andy Martino deliver a jam-packed show with the MLB Draft in full swing and a big second half of the season sitting ahead for the Mets. Joe DeMayo, co-host of SNY's Mets Prospective, joins the show for a deep dive discussion on Kumar Rocker, the big name pitcher from Vanderbilt whom the Mets selected 10th overall on Sunday night. The guys also talk about Mets prospects Brett Baty, Francisco Alvarez, and the overall state of the team's farm system. Later, Doug and Andy play GM and look at all the options for the Mets at the trade deadline, as the team makes their second half push for the postseason.
In this special All-Star edition of Short Hops & Tall Tales, Noah and Brandon marvel at the outstanding first half of the season from Shohei Ohtani, as well as its historical context and importance. They also bring you a All-Star Break primer, picking their favorites to win the Home Run Derby and recounting some of the best All-Star Game moments of all time. Timestamps: 2:00 - The boys debate whether Shohei Ohtani is a demigod or an alien (or both??) 2:46 - Why is Ohtani special? 8:21 - Can Ohtani keep it up? 9:23 - Is Shohei's 2021 in the running for the best individual season ever? 14:11 - Ohtani vs. Ohtani: Who comes out on top? 16:08 - Pickoff Trivia! Home Run Derby edition 21:33 - Brandon's favorite HRD 23:53 - Calling Our Shots in the HRD 30:00 - Historical Players in the HRD 32:27 - Events to add to the All-Star Break 35:19 - Best moments in All-Star history 35:32 - Ichiro 38:55 - Reggie Jackson 43:03 - The WWII War Bond Exhibition 46:36 - Our Favorite ASG moments Get PL+ and join our Discord: https://pitcherlist.com/plus
Rick Stroud and Steve Versnick on enjoying today's Lightning victory boat parade and Championship celebration as the Bolts have been thoroughly enjoying their back-to-back Stanley Cups. Plus the Rays hit the All-Star Break with a loss but with the 2nd best winning percentage in franchise history at the break, and the Buccaneers are winners at the Espys. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The Nats lost 3-1 at the Giants in their final game before the All Star Break. Al & Tim start by wondering, "Are the Nationals good?" They were over .500 until this last injury riddled stretch against the powers that be from the NL West.(7:56) Ryan Zimmerman did not start any of the games on the California road trip. Will he have an expanded role in the 2nd Half of the season? Plus, What to do with the struggling Victor Robles as he enters the break hitting .209?(17:38) Erick Fedde allowed an early 3 run HR and struggled at times in the loss. What to make of Fedde after the past few outings? Is he good or is he a fifth starter?(26:35) Washington will prominently be on display in Denver this week between Juan Soto in the HR Derby and Max Scherzer potentially starting on Tuesday. Cade Cavalli gave the franchise a good start to the festivities with his inning pitched in the Future's Game. Will he get called up to the big leagues this year?
Zach Berman joined Glen and Ray to talk about the upcoming Eagles season. Glen and Ray also talked to Ukee Washington to congratulate him on 35 years covering the news in Philadelphia. Big Daddy Graham gave his list of people who understood Philadelphia. The guys talked about the Phillies at the All-Star Break, NIL rules in college athletics, took your calls, and much more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
DVR and Beller sift through the best options available with the All-Star Break getting underway and examine some of the league's worst offenses as continually reliable streaming targets going forward. Players discussed include Eloy Jiménez, Vidal Bruján, Zach Davies, Alex Cobb and Cristian Javier. As for the worst offenses in the league, the guys wonder whether we'll be able to keep streaming against the Rockies, Pirates, Diamondbacks (yes), Marlins, Cardinals, Royals, Brewers, Cubs and others with confidence. Follow DVR on Twitter: @DerekVanRiper Follow Beller on Twitter: @MBeller Watch this episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/sZ7cBnH8Q8s Subscribe to our YouTube channel: http://bit.ly/AthleticFantasy Email us: email@example.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Nats lost 5-3 in the series opener in San Francisco. Mark relays to Al his experience of listening to the game on the radio while driving up north for the All Star Break. As for the game, Gerardo Parra had a RBI double, but the rest of his evening did not go well. He was tagged out twice at home and hit into a double play with the bases loaded. Who's to blame? Baby Shark or Bobby Henley, the third base coach?(14:10) Yan Gomes exited the game early due to a pinch in his oblique. Tres Barrera stepped up in his absence, as he tripled for his first career extra base hit. Will the Nationals need to call up a catcher for the final two games of the series to fill in as the backup catcher?(19:31) Paolo Espino had a short outing and picked up the "no decision" as he exited when the game was tied. It was his second time facing the Giants and they hit him harder this time around. (24:30) The bullpen yet again was taxed and multiple relievers had to be used. Will Jon Lester be able to step up on Saturday and eat up some innings?
(00:00) Enrique Hernandez complains about the Red Sox shortened All-Star Break. (11:29) What the Red Sox need to do to keep up their win pace after the All-Star Break. (20:52) The Red Sox have the highest pick they've ever had in the MLB Draft on Sunday.
Barstool Sports presents the Starting 9, featuring Jared Carrabis and Dallas Braden, the baseball podcast everyone wants but no one wants to give you. This week's second episode takes a look at the upcoming All-Star Break, with thoughts on players sitting out or skipping the event (hello, Carlos Correa & Jose Altuve), the Home Run Derby field, reflections on the first half (MVP, Cy Young, surprises, etc) and notable injuries from this past week (Grandal, Rendon).
It's the final beat writer Thursday before the All-Star Break, and we celebrate by welcoming on two writers who are close to two of the most disappointing teams of the first half: Lindsey Adler, who covers the Yankees, and Katie Woo, who covers the Cardinals. After talking with Lindsey and Katie, Beller and DVR bring the show home by naming the Return-on-Investment All-Star Team, and consider whether the players on it can carry things over in to the second half of the season. Follow DVR on Twitter: @DerekVanRiper Follow Beller on Twitter: @MBeller Follow Lindsey on Twitter: @lindseyadler Follow Katie on Twitter: @katiejwoo Subscribe to our YouTube channel: http://bit.ly/AthleticFantasy Email us: firstname.lastname@example.org Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Nats pounded the Padres 15-5 after Juan Soto immediately hit a 3 run HR in the 1st inning. Mark & Al salute the offense, which had many contributors on Wednesday night. (7:08) Juan Soto will be participating in the Home Run Derby next week, as quasi predicted by Mark a few episodes ago. However, he will have to face Shohei Ohtani in Round One at Coors Field.(12:31) Josh Harrison had another big game this series as he notched a trio of hits. Plus, will Josh Bell play some outfield while Kyle Schwarber is out with injury?(21:05) Patrick Corbin earned the win and a had a quality start. It was though a bit of an adventure to get through the six innings. Will he turn things around after the All Star Break?
RUNDOWN The boys are back together again and catch up after Hotshot's Hawaiian adventure. Then, the guys dive into some baseball chatter heading toward the All Star Break including the M's and Trevor Bauer story and the latest media drama involving Phil Mickelson. Three hand-picked "Best Of Mitch Unfiltered" guest segments today are the interviews with legendary QB Jim McMahon, inspiring head basketball coach at NC Central LeVelle Moton, and composer of Roundball Rock John Tesh. Today's "Other Stuff" segment includes topics such as Trevor Lawrence's money-making potential, fireworks, and Sha'Carri Richardson's weed ban by the Olympics. GUESTS Jim McMahon | Super Bowl winning NFL quarterback (released on June 29, 2020 - Episode 98) LeVelle Moton | NC Central men's basketball coach (released on June 1, 2020 - Episode 96) John Tesh | Music composer & author of autobiography Relentless (released on April 20, 2020 - Episode 88) TABLE OF CONTENTS 0:00 | Hotshot is golden brown after a week of basking in the Hawaiian sun. 15:15 | How many more years of Mitch Unfiltered until Scott quits hearing "Hey, what every happened to Mitch Levy?" from random people? 38:21 | Does the winning by the Mariners take away the sting of seeing Mike Zunino receive the All-Star nod? 46:14 | Outspoken Dodgers pitcher Trevor Bauer is facing serious allegations of domestic violence. 50:31 | Fresh off his PGA Championship victory, Phil is upset with Detroit media after a recent hit piece outlining a 2007 gambling incident. 59:30 | GUEST: Jim McMahon drops by to share some classic stories from his memorable football career. 1:34:09 | GUEST: College hoops coach LeVelle Moton shares his experience involving excessive force during a traffic stop. 2:06:54 | GUEST: John Tesh jumps aboard to chat about autobiography Relentless which details his entertainment career and battles with cancer & addiction. 2:35:15 | Trevor Lawrence inked his first pro deal with over $24 million guaranteed. 2:38:10 | The tragic death of Matiss Kivlenieks reminds Mitch why he wrap his arms around the love of lighting off fireworks. 2:43:43 | The NCAA is taking a step into unchartered waters by allowing athletes to make money using their name, image, and likeness. 2:45:06 | Pretty much everyone has jumped to Sha'Carri Richardson's defense about her marijuana suspension for the Olympics.
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The Nats pounded Tampa Bay 15-6 to complete a two game sweep and their fourth straight win. Mark & Al chronicle Trea Turner hitting for the cycle on his 28th birthday and doing so for the third time in the past five years. However, there is a downside as he jammed his finger while sliding into third base to complete the cycle. Will it affect his availability Thursday vs. LA?(15:32) The Nationals have beaten up on some of the top teams in Baseball as of late. Their upcoming schedule prior to the All Star Break is a NL West gauntlet. How will they stack up against more elite competition?(20:01) Jon Lester did not have a particularly good outing, but given the help from the lineup, was able to earn the victory. Is his spot in the rotation in jeopardy if Stephen Strasburg & Erick Fedde return at some point in July? The highlight of the bullpen's afternoon was Andres Machado, who struck out three in two scoreless frames.(31:47) A special interview with Chad Cordero, who set a franchise record of 47 saves in the Nats memorable first season of 2005. Chad recorded the final out for the first win in team history and also closed out Washington's tenure at RFK Stadium. He most notably had the honor of throwing out the ceremonial first pitch before Game 3 of the 2019 World Series, with his former battery mate Brian Schneider appropriately serving as his catcher.
The Nats edged Tampa Bay 4-3 for a third consecutive win. Al & Mark somehow find a new way to analyze Kyle Schwarber's recent run as he now has homered 16 TIMES IN THE LAST 18 GAMES. Has he entered the NL MVP Race? Listen for what Al explains by "Air Matters" as it relates to the D.C. summer.(14:31) Juan Soto & Victor Robles each had significant homers on Tuesday night. It was Soto's first homer at Nationals Park this year and Robles went yard for the first time all season. Why was Robles given a key after the game?(22:01) Joe Ross had a solid outing for the third time in four starts and his June ERA is sub two. The hosts tip their caps to Ross for the month he has had, which includes pitching into the later innings.(26:22) Tanner Rainey becomes the latest bullpen pitcher to go on the 10 day IL. What is Davey Martinez going to do for these next few weeks as there are zero off days until the All Star Break? How much can he ride Brad Hand?(37:17) Listener submitted email asking about Kyle Schwarber's defensive metrics for this season.