No Longer Neighbors

No Longer Neighbors

Former neighbors Aaron Arruda and Chris Mycoskie navigate current events, faith, family, sports, technology, food, and more in a podcast that is for everyday people looking for some real talk in crazy COVID-19 times.... Show More
August 6, 2020 79 min

Co-hosts Aaron Arruda and Chris Mycoskie begin with a recap of the week's news, including the explosion in Beirut (3:00), President Trump threatening to ban TikTok (5:55), Mike Golic's run on ESPN Radio ending (8:46), and Mulan coming directly to Disney Plus (13:05).

This week's guest is Chris Halicke, who covers Major League Baseball and the Texas Rangers beat for Sports Illustrated (21:11). While fans are banned from attending MLB games right now, he's one of the privileged few who get to be inside the ballpark (28:30). We've already seen the Marlins and Cardinals suffer COVID-19 outbreaks in their clubhouses, so what is his level of optimism for the season being played to completion (35:30)? 

LINKS:

Sports Illustrated Inside the Rangers: https://www.si.com/mlb/rangers/ ...

North Texas Nine podcast: https://apple.co/2XDrPCT ...

Michelle Lesco eats five pounds of mayo in three minutes: https://youtu.be/Oiwfl9IrZbk

 

 

 

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