We start the show with some troubling news, as we are getting reports of a shooting tat the Raptors victory parade in Toronto. It sounds as though it's an isolated incident, but it still reminds us of the unfortunate reality that these things occur often in today's world now. On a more positive note, the Toronto victory, and the celebration that followed reminds us of what fandom is. It isn't always logical, but it does bring a sen... Read more
The M's continue with the rebuild process. How difficult is it to put the best team possible on the field while trying to find and develop the next generation? Bill Krueger talks with Ian about the latest Mariners storylines, including the Encarnacion trade and the demotion of Justus Sheffield to AA. The US Open has wrapped up. Bob Casper of Real Golf Radio joins us once again to go over this weekend's tournament. Texts react to th... Read more
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The Toronto Raptors are victorious, taking Game 6, and the series from Golden State. Yes, injuries played a role, but at the end of the day Toronto got it done. When players like Klay and KD go down, often people are looking for someone or something to blame, but sometimes injuries just happen. The M's AA manager Mitch Canham has been named the new coach of Oregon State baseball. The Athletic's Corey Brock talks about the move, plu... Read more
The US Open continues today. We had to Pebble Beach to talk with Bob Casper of Real Golf Radio about the latest. Mariner legend Edgar Martinez joins the show to talk about his upcoming Hall of Fame induction, his story of becoming a Mariner, his time in the minors, playing with other legends like Junior and Buhner, his new autobiography, and more. We wrap up the show playing a game of Fill in the Bleep.
Ian is at the VMAC for one final day as minicamp concludes, and to start today's show off, the Hawks' defensive line coach Clint Hurtt drops by talk discuss his position group, and what to expect in 2019. Ian discusses what we've learned about the team so far. On Something Good, we may soon be able to convert any type of blood to Type O, meaning anyone can donate blood that can be used by anyone else.
Kevin Durant is out, but the Warriors battle on. Golden State play-by-play voice Tim Roye discusses the bittersweet last game at Oracle, and whether the team has enough to win two more games. The Blues have won the Stanley Cup! Elliotte Friedman of Hockey Night in Canada discusses the atmosphere in St. Louis today. How did the worst team in the league in January turn things around? Despite the fact that there was zero reason locall... Read more
Ian is live from the VMAC once again this afternoon as minicamp continues. The Warriors didn't confirm it, but Kevin Durant did; KD did in fact rupture his Achilles. He'll probably be out for at least ten months. Ian discusses what stood out to him from minicamp thus far. The US Women's National Team controversy from yesterday continues. Running up the score might not have been the best look, but there is a competitive advantage to... Read more
The biggest issue with the World Cup game yesterday wasn't the fact that 13 goals were scored, it was the celebrations after each and every goal. It's posssible to win and win big while still showing a level of sportsmanship. Q13's Aaron Levine weighs in on the Seahawks at minicamp, and the future of public golf course in the city of Seattle. Texts at 49451 continue the conversation about the US vs. Thailand match. Softy joins the ... Read more
Ian is out at the VMAC once again as minicamp is underway for the next few days. Tim Booth of The Associate Press, and KJR's Curtis Crabtree talk about what we're looking for at minicamp. On Something Good, the Mayor of Maple Valley Open are completely sold out, already.
In last night's NBA Finals game, Toronto fans cheered as Kevin Durant left the court injured. Fans are getting ripped apart for their reactions, but Kevin says people are overreacting. Of course you're going to cheer for an event that helps your team. Once the extent of the injury is understood however, that's a different story. Another major storyline in this series has been that the Warriors supposedly haven't wanted Durant back ... Read more