Day on which professional baseball leagues begin their regular season
Opening Day is Sunday! First race 2:00 pm to start the new meeting with a 20% purse increase from last year and a nationwide low 14.7% takeout on Win, Place and Show wagers. Get an Emerald Downs Magnetic Calendar when you arrive and also fill out your entry blank for prize drawings. Chef Scott is putting out an outstanding product, wherever and whenever you purchase a meal. New EmD Track Announcer Bill Downes joins Joe & Vince for opening day info, a Kentucky Derby rehash and much information about Downes' career and life in and out of racing. As well as Track Announcer, he's also an accomplished handicapper. Welcome Bill!
Pete Rose, who sees himself as an ambassador for the Cincinnati Reds, is defending team owner Bob Castellini amid the club getting off to one of the worst starts in Major League Baseball history. But baseball's all-time hits leader says he's doesn't blame Reds fans for being upset and wearing bags over their heads calling on Castellini to sell the team. "If I'm managing the Reds and I get off to a 3-22 start, I'm going to wear a bag over my head because I'm embarrassed," Rose told The Enquirer's "That's So Cincinnati" podcast. "I'm a Cincinnati fan," said Rose, the former Reds player and manager. "I do not want to hear the word 'develop.' You can't tell your season-ticket holders you have a three- or four-year plan. Because you know what they'll say? 'OK, I'll see you in three or four years. Let me know when you're ready to entertain me, and I'll come back to the ballpark.' " Rose was asked what he thought of the comments that Reds executive Phil Castellini made on Opening Day. The owner's son brushed off some fans' demands that the team be sold by saying: "Where you gonna go?" "Baseball will never – never – leave Cincinnati, Ohio," Rose said. "So anybody out there worried about (the team moving) because of the ownership, go back to sleep and wake up on the other side of the bed. That's not going to happen." Phil Castellini has apologized for the comments, but fan backlash continues as the Reds have gotten off to one of the worst starts in Major League Baseball history. Rose, 81, permanently banned from baseball for gambling, has had a good relationship with Bob Castellini since he bought the team in 2006. The Reds have received permission multiple times from Major League Baseball to include Rose in reunion events. Rose called Castellini, 80, a "great guy" and "great Cincinnatian." Asked whether he thinks Castellini should sell the team, Rose said: "I'm just speaking for myself. I'm not speaking about anything I've heard. I don't think Mr. Castellini is making big-time decisions with the Cincinnati Reds. He is the owner. He wants the team to do well. He's a rich man. He's done wonders for Cincinnati with the produce company over the years. I don't think he wants to sell the team. And I know if he sold the team, he'd probably make a stipulation that you can't move the team. Rose later added: "The bottom line in sports is the players have to produce. It's not (Manager) David Bell's fault. ... A manager is only as good as his player." Rose, who lives in Las Vegas, is scheduled to be in Cincinnati for a celebrity roast at Hard Rock Casino on June 11. The 81-year-old Cincinnati native continues to travel the nation for autograph-signing events and speaking engagements. He not only keeps close tabs on the Reds, but also the Bengals and UC Bearcats. Rose loves Joe Burrow, and believes the Bengals' Super Bowl loss will help the team improve. Said Rose: "I was happy that they lost. Let me explain that. I wasn't happy for the city. But sometimes, when you're that good that young and you win, it ruins you for the future. You get complacent. Now they probably can't wait to get back there." Cincinnati is the epicenter of football with the Bengals coming off the Super Bowl appearance and the Bearcats playing in the College Football Playoff. But Rose doesn't want people to forget about the Reds' history as the oldest franchise in baseball. "Cincinnati will always be a baseball town," Rose said.
Two months after the revelations of the last hunt, Kain, Faye, and Morris have been invited to a special conversation at the Stadium. Little do they know what awaits them… on Opening Day! It's all about rolling dice BAE-BEE. An actual play, Dungeons and Dragons podcast focusing on story, character growth, and some sweet, sweet combat. Come join us for your next adventure! Website: www.truemetainc.com/ Twitter: twitter.com/truemetainc Soundcloud: @truemetainc
Tuesday on 2 Pros and a Cup of Joe, with Jonas Knox, Brady Quinn and LaVar Arrington rank their huggability after Mavs fans were banned for trying to hug Chris Paul's family. NBA Playoffs heat up. The Broncos face the Rams on Christmas Day so who will the play in Los Angeles on Opening Day? And revealing stats about beer consumption per MLB fan base. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
2022 Opening Day featured yet another fairy tale moment in the MLW Wiffle Ball story. Casey Bennett calls in to detail what it was like to be one of the most unlikely of heroes in his debut as a Diamondback. Jaxen Pearson also joins Pipe it Up! this week to review his performance to start the year. Meanwhile, across the country, Jack Aigner's lacrosse career has come to a bittersweet end, but as that chapter of his life has concluded, the Magic's next chapter is just beginning. Aigner and D. Schultz preview their upcoming matchup.
Opening Day is coming! We check in with our team to see what goes into waking up the park and the #PodSquad discusses an old friend: bacon. Recorded 4/28/2022 #HoWoPo Hosted by: Matt E, Matt B, Sabrina J, and Leah K-B Special Guests: Cathy G. 00:00 - Intro and Welcome the #PodSquad 03:49 - #HoWoPo Feedback 17:19 - Prepping for Guests 39:46 - Upcoming Holidays Email us: email@example.com Leave a voicemail: Phone (812)-937-4401 Ext. 8081 Reach out on social media: @holidayworld using #HoWoPo For Show Notes and Transcript, visit HolidayWorld.com/HoliBlog 2022 Season Passes are now on sale now! Head to HolidayWorld.com/Passes for all the details. Pick Your Date and Plan for Fun! Great deals on Pick Your Date Tickets are now online! HolidayWorld.com/Tickets Subscribe Links: iTunes: http://bit.ly/HWPitunes Spotify: http://bit.ly/HWPspotify Amazon: http://bit.ly/HWP_amzn Stitcher: http://bit.ly/HWPstitcher Google Podcasts: http://bit.ly/HWP_gp YouTube: http://bit.ly/HWP_u2be iHeartRadio: http://bit.ly/HWP_ihr TuneIn: http://bit.ly/HWPtunein Vurbl: https://bit.ly/HWP_vurbl RSS Feed: http://bit.ly/HWP
Rick Hummel shares a wrap-up of the 2022 Spring Training for the Cardinals. Plus he shares his conversation with Albert Pujols and his concerns about returning to the Cardinals and how he'll be received by the club. Hear about the misunderstanding that started Rick's relationship with Lou Brock on the wrong foot and how they resolved it and built a great relationship. There are so many great insider stories about the Cardinals in this episode. ------------- Follow the Life at the Ballpark podcast on: Facebook Twitter ---------------- Listen to more episodes about the St. Louis Cardinals: Ben Frederickson - St. Louis Cardinals Columnist St. Louis Cardinals' fans will enjoy this conversation with St. Louis Post-Dispatch columnist Ben Frederickson as he shares stories about the Cardinals' offseason moves including a managerial change, the drama of the lockout, resigning Yadier Molina and Adam Wainwright, and then the explosive news of signing future Hall of Famer Albert Pujols. Rob Rains - St. Louis Cardinals Sportswriter The veteran of 40 years covering MLB shares insights on the Cardinals' upcoming season and tells stories from his 30 books about Cardinal legends like Ozzie Smith, Jack Buck, Albert Pujols, and Red Schoendienst. Ben Frederickson - St. Louis Cardinals Columnist Ben Frederickson shares his perspective on the trade that brought Nolan Arenado to the Cardinals. Perhaps the best trade-in Cardinals' history? Ben assesses the Cardinals' strengths and weakness as they prepare for Opening Day 2021. He also shares about how the pandemic affected baseball last year, and the importance of signing Adam Wainwright and Yadier Molina for another season. Tom Ackerman - Sports Director at KMOX in St. Louis KMOX Sports Director Tom Ackerman joins Life at the Ballpark to share some unique stories about St. Louis Cardinals' legends. Tom also revisits the time when his father passed away during his high school years and then receiving a call from Bob Costas who went through a very relatable situation. Mike Claiborne - St. Louis Cardinals Broadcaster Cardinals broadcaster Mike Claiborne joins John Frost to tell stories and reminisce about Cardinals legend and Hall of Famer Lou Brock. Ben Frederickson (Pt. 1) - St. Louis Cardinals Columnist & Broadcaster What does a sportswriter write about when there are no sports? Ben Frederickson shares his insight into covering the St. Louis Cardinals during the COVID-19 shutdown of 2020. Ben Frederickson (Pt. 2) - St. Louis Cardinals Columnist & Broadcaster Ben Frederickson is a Sports Columnist at the St. Louis Post-Dispatch and broadcaster at The Big 550 KTRS where he covers the St. Louis Cardinals. Ben shares some great stories about Albert Pujols and Tony LaRussa, and we kick around some ideas of what the Cardinals' lineup may look after the COVID-19 restrictions are lifted. Dan McLaughlin - St. Louis Cardinals Play-by-Play Announcer Mid-America Emmy award-winning Dan McLaughlin shares stories from his more than two decades of calling Cardinals' baseball, his first when he was only 23. Dan shares about his most embarrassing moments (involving A.J. Burnett's nipple rings), his friendship with Tim McCarver, advice given him by the legendary Jack Buck, and his love of the game and the team he grew up rooting for (Ozzie Smith was his favorite player). Rick Hummel "The Commish" - St. Louis Cardinals Columnist and Hall of Fame Inductee Rick shares his observations about how spring training has changed over the 42 years he's covered the St. Louis Cardinals. He shares stories about Cardinal greats Red Schoendienst, Lou Brock, Albert Pujols, and gives insights to how roster decisions are made during spring training. Rick also shares stories from his Hall of Fame induction in Cooperstown, New York in 2007, along with Tony Gwynn and Cal Ripken.
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Opening Day at Emerald Downs for live racing is Sunday, May 15. Get a magnetic calendar and fill out your entry blank for prize drawings on Opening Day. We're ready for a great meeting with purses up 20% over 2021 and all fan-favorite promotions are back. Also, Roger LeBlanc of lazybettorusa.com joins Joe and Vince for his keen insight into Saturday's Run for the Roses.
It's opening day and Monmouth Park and PTF is here with a paid of guests. Spencer Luginbuhl talks about his opinions in the Early Pick 5 and Dallas Baker gives us the prices on the first legal fixed-odds prices offered in the USA in over a century.
It's opening day and Monmouth Park and PTF is here with a paid of guests. Spencer Luginbuhl talks about his opinions in the Early Pick 5 and Dallas Baker gives us the prices on the first legal fixed-odds prices offered in the USA in over a century.
Jack, Tommy, and Daniel co-host this week's episode where they take a deeper look at MLW's Spring Training and preview the upcoming Opening Day. Amidst the hype for the big series is the new turf at the Meadows, which took a lot more effort to get ready than you may think. Later, the hosts discuss the most important parts of being a college student.
It is Opening Day for Mark Willard and Joe "The Butcher Boy" Shasky on the Garlic Fries and Baseball Guys podcast. (:42) The guys react to the Mets series and why their is reason to be encouraged by the Giants performance at Citi Field despite dropping 3 of 4. And Joey Bart continues to look like a real big leaguer. (15:05) We do a little Three Up, Three Down. Who is running hot for the Giants and who has stumbled out of the gate. (32:27) And how has the Giants offseason looked in retrospect now that the season is underway? The early returns from Thairo Estrada are certainly promising, and are the Padres finally getting into the rivalry spirit with the Dodgers and Giants?
Joc Pederson has been the San Francisco Giants' hottest hitter in 2022, and he may be headed for the injured list. The Giants have been banged up all year, but they've managed to overcome those obstacles. LaMonte Wade Jr. hasn't played all season. Mike Yastrzemski got Covid-19 right as his bat was heating up. Losing Pederson would be a blow, but one they could overcome with Yastrzemski and Wade likely to be back soon. The Giants lost to the A's 1-0, and looked like a tired group in the process. They'll have a much-needed day off today. Jakob Junis, however, did not look tired. He pitched another five scoreless innings out of the bullpen after Sam Long pitched one inning to start the game. Junis has been a revelation for the SF Giants, and he's doing it with about 75% slow stuff (sliders and changeups). It's a very compelling pitch mix, and it's working beautifully. WIth Anthony DeSclafani likely to miss a few weeks and Alex Cobb still on the shelf, Junis is making a compelling case to join the starting rotation. A's President Dave Kaval took to Twitter during this series in an attempt to be provocative and funny. He was trying to diss the Giants' attendance, but he came across looking foolish considering the Giants sold more than 30,000 tickets for both games against the A's, whereas the A's sold less than 20,000 tickets for their Opening Day game and have drawn under 5,000 in multiple other games this year. He even beefed with a parody seagull Twitter account. The A's continue to view the Giants as a huge rival, whereas the Giants barely even notice the A's. It's a sad dynamic from A's' perspective. Find and follow Locked On Giants on your favorite podcast platforms:
Thank you to Roast Umber for sponsoring this week's episode! Visit roastumber.com and use the coupon code "TonyD" to save 20% off your coffee order. On this week's show, the guys returned to discuss a memorable Opening Day for the Tigers, along with their Lions 2022 NFL Draft preview, including what they want the Lions to do with the No. 2 pick, whether or not the team should take a QB, and much more!
Today you are once again stuck with yours truly as I tell the exciting story of my 2022 Ohio Opening Day Turkey! I unpack how I scouted a week in advance and located turkeys, gained access on a new property to close the distance, and how it all came together by 6:30AM opening day. Hope this is entertaining and educational. The full video will be available on YouTube 4-26-22 at 2pm EST. Be sure to check that out and leave a comment if you enjoy it!
We are back with our regularly scheduled content after what's been a tough last 3 series for the Red Sox. In this one we discuss going to Opening Day at Fenway, the difficulty that is parking at Fenway, our thoughts on the new Truly Terrace, the offensive struggles, who's looked good in the 'pen, why Travis Shaw is still on this team, owl adoption, the worst restaurants we've ever ate at, our highest bowling scores, the legend of Jonny "the laser" Lazor, Manager Will Venable, the Story/Dalbec mishap, full recaps of the last 3 series, the "dead ball era" the MLB is in, and a whole lot more! Don't forget to follow us on Instagram @gonebridgepodcast and Twitter @gonebridge and we will be back later this week with Episode 83! Enjoy!
Kev and Chris recap a rough night for the Braves bullpen, the end of a streak that dated to Opening Day and look towards this afternoon's finale with the Fish! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this weeks episode we talk all about our experience going to New York Mets Opening Day at Citi Field. This is the first time we have been to Citi Field in over 2 years and the first time we went to Opening Day in about 8 years. Some things changed, some things stayed the same but baseball is officially BACK! The weather was beautiful but for Greg opening day was ruined because he didn't get his ice cream helmet WITH sprinkles… don't worry, you'll hear all about it. At the time of this recording the Mets were 8-2 and now they are currently 10-4 (most wins in baseball). Let's hope they keep up this pattern all season!
This week on the pod, Andrew and Max discuss the passing of Islanders legend Mike Bossy and the retirement of Jay Wright. They also touch on the latest Wimbledon news, NBA Playoffs, and MiLB Pitch Clock.01:52: Jay Wright retires08:20: Mike Bossy14:35: Wimbledon bans Russians and Belarusians15:10: Opening Day, MLB Rundown20:50: NBA Playoffs32:30: NFL Draft Preview39:40: MiLB Pitch ClockSpecial thanks to Pri Kligerman for our logo!-------------------------------------------------------------Follow Podcast by Committee on Instagram and Twitter:IG: https://www.instagram.com/podcast_by_committee/Twitter: https://twitter.com/PodByCommitteeFollow Andrew and Max on Twitter:Andrew (https://twitter.com/andrewfbrill)Max (https://twitter.com/metsfanmax)Reach out to us via email: firstname.lastname@example.orgPodcast By Committee is produced by Starting Five Productions
The buddies banter session over beers returns after a short hiatus and brings it strong. The regular beer ratings, concerts, travel, the Chiefs, Royals Opening Day chill are on the docket, as well as the always demanded fact check. Enjoy!
Julia is home with Covid, but the show must go on! The New York Mets are owners of the best record in baseball along with the largest run differential, they took both games in the double dip vs the SF Giants for the first time since 1979, grown men were crying at the Seaver statue ceremony, protesters outside the ballpark on Opening Day, Buck Showalter might be the biggest pickup of the offseason, no more vendors in the stands?, Marte gifted McNeil a Rolex, Lindor is finally silencing his haters, and more. A ton covered on this weeks Orange And Blue Thing with Darren Meenan and Julia Quadrino. RATE, REVIEW, AND SUBSCRIBE WHILE YOU'RE AT IT. Shout out to PROJECT REPAT! The 7 Line sells thousands of t-shirts a year, and now you can do something with your favorite old ones. Hit up www.projectrepat.com to get started on your custom t-shirt quilt! Use the promo code 7Line22 for 30% off your order! LGM!
4.18.22 Hour 3 1:00- Caps- Ben Raby, Commanders- Matt Paras, Nats- Andrew Golden 16:00- While Danny was out, we discussed Opening Day, and all the other festivities that he missed. 32:30- Terry McLaurin WILL be showing up to OTA's, and that is just awesome as he realizes he's a leader. Some Terry McLaurin love right here is all there is.
Rockies lose on Sunday, but get a series split against the Cubs to go 6-3 on the season. RyMac hammered his first home run of the year one day after C.J. Cron had a two home run night on Saturday. Ryan Greene, Head of Video Production at DNVR, joins to discuss Colorado's early success while sharing stories of Opening Day beside Russell Wilson, Kris Bryant and Dinger. Banter From The Bench: Alan Trejo offers more than meets the eye by Patrick Lyons MLB and the Colorado Rockies celebrate Jackie Robinson Day in fashion, first time at Coors Field since 2012 by Patrick Lyons Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Big weekend for the Mets. We tell everyone about our Opening Day Shenanigans before diving into all three games. Chris Bassitt, Carlos Carrasco, Francisco Lindor, Jeff McNeil, I love you all. Game 1 (0:00) Game 2 (20:42) Game 3 (31:46) Giants Preview (44:22) --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/metsdup/support
While MLB's Opening Day has passed, the 6:05 Superpodcast tradition of Opening Day Star Wars continues with Opening Week Star Wars! Baseball & Wrestling talk! No Segments! No Time Stamps! Minimal Edits! As always, Thank You to all the 605'ers for your continued support of the MOTHERSHIP! ***** Follow the show on Twitter at @605pod, as well as … Continue reading Holiday Special: Opening Week Star Wars 2022 → The post Holiday Special: Opening Week Star Wars 2022 appeared first on 6:05 Superpodcast.
The Turners recap the first roadtrip of the season to Denver and Minneapolis. They will talk Opening Day, share a story about a slight hiccup along the way. Kourtney shares the bucket list item she checked off on the day off in Minnesota. Follow Holding Kourt: @holdingkourt Follow Kourtney: @court_with_a_K Follow Justin: @redturn2
Hour 3 starts with M's broadcaster Aaron Goldsmith to talk Opening Day and how the road trip looked from his seat and how impressive Matt Brash looked. Gee Scott (97.3 KIRO) has a different perspective on the Seahawks signing Geno Smith and today's Jackie Robinson Day celebrations and the way we honor people after they're gone. Salk's takeaways from week 1 are: Veterans matter and we shouldn't be concerned about the kids. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The M's have gone through two separate opening day celebrations, but this one will be their own and everybody is pumped and ready to finally have baseball in Seattle after the delayed MLB opening day. Logan Gilbert had a good day against the White Sox but it was Jarred Kelenic & Haniger's HR yesterday that made up for the wind storm in Chicago and gives the M's some momentum heading into today. We revisit the conversation with Jerry Dipoto from yesterday's show to get his thoughts on the performance of the young players over the first week. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
(13:20) WHAT HAPPENED LAST NIGHT: Today's the day! It's Opening Day at Fenway Park. Fenway Park is going cashless and some people aren't happy. The Boston Bruins lose to the Ottawa Senators 3-2. Paul from Rhode Island wants to speak his mind. CONNECT WITH TOUCHER & RICH Twitter:@Toucherandrich||@fredtoucher||@KenGriffeyRules Instagram:@Toucherandrichofficial ||@fredtoucher Twitch:twitch.tv/thesportshub 98.5 The Sports Hub:Website||Twitter||Facebook||Instagram
Hour 3: Our first in-season chat with the Mets manager. Evan is taking off tomorrow and he said his partner has a lot to do with it. And Craig & Evan have a take on Paul O'Neill not doing games in the booth.
Hour 4: Craig's reaction to when Evan told him that Boomer said this is one of the biggest home opener for the Mets in decades. A Met fan had a run-in with some Philly fans in Philadelphia, which promoted the age old question, what would you do? And something interesting is happening in New Jersey on April 21st.
(00:00) The Red Sox Home Opener is tomorrow at Fenway Park. Rock ‘n Roll Mike checks in (12:53) John Sterling had another memorable moment during yesterday's Yankees game. CONNECT WITH TOUCHER & RICH Twitter:@Toucherandrich||@fredtoucher||@KenGriffeyRules Instagram:@Toucherandrichofficial ||@fredtoucher Twitch:twitch.tv/thesportshub
The fellas got through another jam packed weekend of sports - from Opening Day in the MLB to Scottie Scheffler taking over The Masters! Austin Matthews is on a tear as Shane and Scottie break down the Hart Trophy, fights in practice, and the NHL playoff picture. Then they're joined in studio with legendary left hander and former starting pitcher for the New York Yankees and California Angels, Jim Abbott (@jabbottum31)! They discuss the battles of growing up with a disability, his infamous no-hitter, and life post playing career as a motivational speaker. But first the fellas have some topics to snap around:- Scottie Scheffler Dominating The Masters- Austin Mathews Scoring Goal After Goal- Predicting the Hart Trophy Winner- The NHL Playoff Picture- Milk Carton- And Much More!Then Olympic Gold Medalist and College Baseball Hall of Famer, Jim Abbott joins the fellas to breakdown the transition from college straight to the MLB, the atmosphere during spring training, the difference between MLB and NHL locker rooms, and much more!Show Notes & Episode Webpage: https://missincurfew.com/episodes/jim-abbott
Vladdy Guerrero Jr. strolled into Yankee Stadium Wednesday night and blasted not one, not two, but THREE bombs into the night. Stop pitching to this man. Gerrit Cole was better than his Opening Day start, but still not ace-like against this Jays lineup. The Yankees fought back, but Stanton's fly ball just missed being a homer. We listen to John Sterling's whiff of a call and have our hearts sink more. We praise our God Nestor Cortes Jr. for being awesome. Hubbs addresses Aaron Hicks productive few games. We reflect back on how cool flip-up sunglasses were growing up as kids and how they just made you play better. Clayton Kershaw was pulled from his perfect game after 7 innings with only 80 pitches thrown and it's an embarrassment to the sport. Hubbs' girlfriend may be a jinx at Yankee games and TJ was left off Dave's hate list. All that and more in today's show. To learn about Policy Genius, visit policygenius.com Outro song: "Underground Race" (via APM Music Library)
Drew missed Opening Day, Britney Spears claims she's pregnant, Dwayne Haskins death, Jack White's busy weekend, Bennifer engaged again, Eli Zaret stops by, John Wayne Gacy tapes, and the John Hinckley Jr tour hits the road.Drew still doesn't feel good. He was so ill he missed Opening Day.Eli Zaret joins the show to complain about baseball, complain about analytics, complain about Tiger Woods at The Masters, speculate Juwan Howard to the Lakers, and give his weekly Winning Time recap.Other Sports: Dave Portnoy says Tiger Woods is a fraud. Spencer Haywood confirms self-circumcision.Michelle Carter and her eyebrows have been spotted.Andy Dick has a brand-new #1 hit tune.John Hinckley is gearing up for first concert tour.The John Wayne Gary tapes are coming to Netflix, but some people are saying it'll be hard to top Jason Moss' recordings with the Killer Clown.Jussie Smollett drops a new tune as he continues to pretend he was the one who was wronged.TikTok is officially on the way down as Richard Marx is the app's newest star.Britney Spears says she's pregnant for the third time. Other people think she just might be a little gassy.Jack White's Friday: National Anthem on Opening Day. Hang out with Gibby on TV. Play a concert. Get engaged. Get married. Sly Stone got hitched at one of his concerts too.Kim Kardashian is really upset at the possibility of a second porn tape coming out.Russia vs Ukraine: Anonymous is taking on Russia. Volodymyr Zelenskyy did a big interview with 60 Minutes. Ukraine wants more weapons. Will Smith has been slapped with a 10-year Oscars ban. Jada Pinkett Smith is the bad guy now and everyone is mad at her. Willow Smith wanted Tupac to be her daddy. Kodak Black wants to give her a 'whoopin'. Willow pretended to play guitar on SNL.Someone named Melina Abdullah is pro-violence and supports Will Smith.Jim Breuer is STILL getting our audience fired up.People are rallying around the Main Art Theatre in Royal Oak. Problem is, they won't go there if it's saved.Julian Lennon sings Imagine for the first time after saying he'd never perform it. Pink Floyd dropped a new tune for Ukraine.Johnny Depp vs Amber Heard will never end.Courtney Clenney is the OnlyFans murderer.Robert Snell does a follow-up on the Victory Inn.What the hell happened to Dwayne Haskins? Adam Schefter got railed for his announcement of it. Gil Brandt is old and said dumb things on the radio.Jessica Simpson is 'sizzling' again.Two Whitmer 'kidnappers' acquitted, two get hung jury.Ford Fireworks return to Downtown Detroit.COVID: Anthony Fauci wants you to live with COVID accordingly. Doctors aren't prescribing any of the COVID treatments. Bill Maher again tells people scared of COVID to lose some goddamn weight.Brooklyn Beckham married some rich chick and every news outlet did a story on it. Brooklyn is the worst chef possibly ever.Chet Hanks is still available to help you get ripped.Al Pacino has a new smoking hot girlfriend. He was 53 when she was born.Bennifer is truly Forever Love, as they are engaged again.Tim Robinson is trolling us by filming a TV show right next to Drew's house.Cristiano Ronaldo attacks a 14-year-old.Megan Rapinoe & 12 Time All-Star Sue Bird vs The Rock.Social media is dumb, but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).
Andrew and Scott recap a great opening weekend series by the Yankees, including Opening Day thoughts, lineup construction, bullpen dominance, Cole and Severino's first starts, Rizzo bombs, IKF defensive lapses and much more. They also talk about Judge rejecting the Yankees contract extension and what it means for his future with the organization. Finally, they preview the upcoming Yankees vs Blue Jays series key matchups. Download the WynnBet app today and receive a special offer: bet $10, win $200. Use code BLUEWIRE when you sign up. Get in touch: @YankeesPodcast @Andrew_Rotondi @ScottReinen Submit to the mailbag: bronxpinstripes.com/podcast Call the voicemail line: 646-480-0342 Intro/Outro music: One Way Ticket, by Anitek Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Ben Lindbergh and Meg Rowley banter about their impressions of Opening Day, the “baseball zen” interludes on MLB.TV and Apple's proposed broadcast innovations, Joey Votto's in-game interview (and in-game interviews in general), a tasty new MLB sponsorship, PitchCom and pace of play, the fraught relationship between Ronald Acuña Jr. and Freddie Freeman, the Padres-Twins trade […]
Jessica Mendoza and Buster discuss how they took in Opening Day, how PitchCom is already speeding up the game, Bobby Witt Jr.'s big league debut, the best part of Shohei Ohtani's Opening Day, and Ronald Acuña Jr. and Freddie Freeman's “clash” in Atlanta. Then, Buster takes a closer look at Joey Votto turning over a new leaf on social media and his mic'd up performance during last night's broadcast. Later, Todd Radom has this week's Phantom Franchise and quiz.
Drew's best friend Kirk Gibson makes a surprise visit for Opening Day, Jimmy Savile: A British Horror Story, Secret Service was duped, a brand-new Bonerline, Tiger Woods at the Masters, and Jim Breuer feedback.Happy Opening Day 2022Jim Breuer got our listeners FIRED UP!Jack Maxey has tons of more Hunter Biden pics and videos ready to release... but he's hiding away in Switzerland.The New York AG is looking to hold Donald Trump on contempt of court.Marc wants his Oligarch back.Kirk Gibson drops by to respond to Eli Zaret's recent jabs, explain the new rules in baseball, talk this year's Detroit Tigers team and promote The Kirk Gibson Foundation for Parkinson's.WLLZ has a new morning show with Josh Innes.BranDon presents a brand new unsponsored Bonerline. Call or text 209-66-Bonerline.Netflix has a new documentary about Jimmy Savile. It's very well done and extremely disturbing. Some people are triggered by the doc and want it removed before they even watched it.Jill Biden's Secret Service have been duped.It's DOCTOR Taylor Swift now. Bill Cosby is STILL a doctor according to 10 universities.Sarah Lawrence College sex cult leader Lawrence Ray has been convicted on all 15 counts.Nancy Pelosi has COVID.Barack Obama stole all the attention away from Joe Biden at the White House.The jury in the Gov. Gretchen Whitmer kidnapping trial appears to be struggling to find a verdict.The Masters: Tiger Woods back hurts. Cameron Smith is killing it early on.The Grande Ballroom is for sale and they are asking way too much. Some people are saying we should build a new studio there.The Kourtney Kardashian / Travis Barker wedding is ripped straight from The Hangover.The Turpin kids faced even more horror after escaping their abusive parents.The Dropout wrapped up with the dog that dropped turds all over the office.Meghan Markle is trying to trademark the word 'archetypes' for one of her 11 companies.Make sure you are praying for Kwame Kilpatrick.Alonzo Jones is a corrupt police officer taking bribes in Detroit.L.A. County is boycotting Texas and Florida. "Don't Say Gay" vs "Groomers".Apple employees do NOT want to return the office.Social media is dumb, but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).
Jordan, Peter and Tom wrap up the NCAA Tournament with thoughts on Kansas taking down Carolina, an unlikely underdog. The Underdog crew reflects on lessons from this year's March Madness and debate the transfer portal's impact on the sport. Then, with Opening Day upon us, it's time to pick sleepers in MLB Awards. And last but not least, we preview the Masters with Action Network's Jason Sobel and yes, we talk about the most unlikely underdog of them all, Tiger Woods. Subscribe to Underdogs on Apple and Spotify Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Thom was back after his trip to Orlando. It wasn't easy. The boys talked Commanders and Congress, Terry McLaurin, The Masters, and Opening Day for the Nationals as well. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices