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May 23, 2021 104 min
In hour one, Ken talks to rookie Indy Car driver Scott McLaughlin as he is in the midst of qualifying for next week's Indy 500. Ken then talks about his thoughts regarding the Reds up to this point in the season. In hour two, Ken talks to John Lodge, one of the founders of members of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, the Moody Blues. He then talks to best-selling author Jason Turbow on what was said by White Sox manager Tony La Russa on one of his players, Yermin Mercedes, swinging at a 3-0 pitch off a position player pitching with the White Sox up 15-4 in the 9th inning. In hour three, Ken talks to Clark Judge from Talk of Fame Network and Sports Illustrated on if the Bengals have done enough to contend for an AFC North title this upcoming season. He then talks to Ryan Ballangee from Golf News Net ahead of today's final round of the PGA Championship with Phil Mickelson holding a one-shot lead.
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