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  • 01:31

    Frat House Sports' Clean-Up Hitters #16

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    Well one team in particular certainly made the news on multiple media cycles this past week and Frat House Mike and “Frat Boys” Nick and Sean are talking about their team, their town, their Philadelphia Phillies.


    First came the surprise resignation of Phils manager Ryne Sandberg last Friday. What prompted that? Was there more there than meets the eye? How much blame should Sandberg really get . . . if any at all? Who’s up next?


    But THEN, on Monday the Phils announced that Andy MacPhail would be the team’s new president at the conclusion of the 2015 season replacing Pat Gillick. Does this single a new era of “transparency” for the Phils? All of this is a good thing for Phils fans . . . right?


    The guys are also looking at the continuing MLB All-Star Game voting debacle; the new & improved Home Run Derby; Alex Rodriguez’s ho-hum 3,000th hit; Bruce Bochy’s wish; . . . plus, as much as they can pack into this program.


    Plus they welcome & encourage your input and phone calls. But you have to be listening . . . You have to participate . . . You have to call-in & weigh-in to 347 – 826 – 9964 along with the “Clean-Up Hitters” of the Frat House Sports Radio Network.

  • 02:01

    Frat House Sports' Clean-Up Hitters #15

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    The MLB All-Star Game is just three weeks away. The trade deadline is five. We’ve got some surprising & legitimate battles going on for division dominances. And yet, the top of the show is dominated by Frat House Mike and “Frat Boys” Caleb and Nick discussing the recent “bombshell” and released evidence that Pete Rose did gamble on Cincinnati Reds games when he was a player, despite his decades of denials.


    The guys are joined by Frat House Sports friend Jeff Rickard in the second hour to get his perspective as well on this somewhat shocking revelation and how ESPN is the only one to have the story.


    Meanwhile, we will get into some trade rumors; one more “no-no” in the books; a 3,000th hit no one should care about; and, of course the broken All-Star Game voting . . . plus, as much as they can pack into an extended program.


    Plus they welcome & encourage your input and phone calls. But you have to be listening . . . You have to participate . . . You have to call-in & weigh-in to 347 – 826 – 9964 along with the “Clean-Up Hitters” of the Frat House Sports Radio Network.

  • 01:31

    Frat House Sports' Clean-Up Hitters #14

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    Frat House Mike and the “Frat Boys” Caleb and Sean are running around Major League Baseball tonight taking a look at some of the best and some of the worst of the past week.


    But, it’s highlighted by the San Diego Padres dumping manager Bud Black who was just 2 games under .500 and, to get the low-down, they bring in Frat House Sports friend Ryan Willis of the “Whatchu Talkin’ Bout Willis” program from San Diego.


    After that, they’ve got Giancarlo Stanton, Pat Venditte, and Josh Hamilton under the microscope. We finally got our first “No-No” of the year this past week but it’s looking like it might a slow-year for those. Kansas City Royals fans seem to have high-jacked the All-Star voting, but does that mean it’s “broken”?


    Torii Hunter made the news, as did (oddly) a couple of Phils – Cole Hamels and Kent Giles. PLUS who cares what Bruce Bochy thinks . . . really.


    They’re talking about all of these issues and welcoming all of your input and phone calls. You have to be listening . . . You have to participate . . . You have to call-in and weigh-in . . . at 347 – 826 – 9964 along with the “Clean-Up Hitters” of the Frat House Sports Radio Network.

  • 01:31

    Frat House Sports' Clean-Up Hitters #13

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    Frat House Mike and the “Frat Boys” Nick and Sean are running around Major League Baseball tonight taking a look at some of the best and some of the worst of the past week; some of the talk and rumors, and some trades that did take place.


    On the “BEST” list is Lloyd McClendon’s meltdown; happy Mariners with the addition of Mark Trumbo; Oakland’s “amphibious” pitcher; and, an Astros team with Cole Hamels.


    On the “WORST” list stays Josh Hamilton . . . oh, and we’ll throw in Robinson Cano, Matt Kemp, and David Ortiz; and, broken bats . . . well, at least one in particular.


    They’re talking about all of these issues and welcoming all of your input and phone calls. You have to be listening . . . You have to participate . . . You have to call-in and weigh-in . . . at 347 – 826 – 9964 along with the “Clean-Up Hitters” of the Frat House Sports Radio Network.

  • 01:30

    Frat House Sports' Clean-Up Hitters #12

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    As we enter June and just about six weeks away from the MLB All-Star Game, it seems the teams everyone is talking about are none of the “usual’s.” Is the League upside-down? Well our Frat House Sports’ Clean-Up Hitters, Frat House Mike and the “Frat Boys” Nick and Caleb are chitchatting about it.


    Also, an unusual walk; a Pirates fan interferes with the game helping the Pirates win; baseball may be coming back to Montreal; Ryan Howard’s remarkable rebound; an All-Star voting update; and MLB baseball in Cuba?


    They’re talking about all of these issues and welcoming all of your input and phone calls. You have to be listening . . . You have to participate . . . You have to call-in and weigh-in . . . at 347 – 826 – 9964 along with the “Clean-Up Hitters” of the Frat House Sports Radio Network.

  • 01:30

    Frat House Sports' Clean-Up Hitters #11

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    We’ve just passed the quarter-mark of the MLB season, and this packed program with Frat House Sports’ Clean-Up Hitters, Frat House Mike and the “Frat Boys” Sean and Nick reflects it. Just consider:


    . . . Bryce Harper gets ejected again, this time though he wasn’t the tool; Brian Matusz is suspended; new Commissioner Rob Manfred is speaking again on shortened schedules, Pete Rose, and Alex Rodriguez; it seems it’s a “No-No” year for “No-No’s”; plus concern about the appeal of the game and the youth drought in Little League participation.


    There talking about all of these issues and welcoming in special guest Jeff Rickard, a long-time radio sports-talker and currently working with Sirius XM Radio and ESPN.


    This show’s so good, you just have to listen in . . . call-in and weigh-in . . . at 347 – 826 – 9964 along with the “Clean-Up Hitters” of the Frat House Sports Radio Network.

  • 01:29

    Frat House Sports' Clean-Up Hitters #10

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    It might only be the beginning of the seventh week of the MLB season, but we’ve already seen our second managerial change and that prompts a full scale conversation among our Frat House Sports’ Clean-Up Hitters, Frat House Mike and the “Frat Boys” Sean and Caleb about managers, their significance, and Hall-of-Famers in the making.


    All of this has been provoked by Miami Marlins’ owner Jeffrey Loria removing Mike Redmond in favor of the team’s GM Dan Jennings who comes from a long-line of star high-school players he managed 30 years ago!


    We’ve seen some really good pitching so far this season, but not a “no-no.” Frat House Mike predicts there will not be too many this year. He provides a very compelling reason. Of course there could be fewer no-hitters in the future if Commissioner Rob Manfred gets his way and shortens the season.


    We’re still talking Bryce Harper and Pete Rose as an analyst . . . and, is Montreal getting baseball back?


    This show’s so good, you’ll just “hate” it . . . if you don’t call-in and weigh-in that is . . . at 347 – 826 – 9964 along with the “Clean-Up Hitters” of the Frat House Sports Radio Network.

  • 01:29

    Frat House Sports' Clean-Up Hitters #9

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    It may seem that the sports world is dominated with the NFL and New England Patriots, but Frat House Mike and the “Frat Boys” Nick and Sean are keeping it baseball-centric and only MLB-real. In fact they refuse to mention deflated baseballs even once . . .


    . . . because they’ll be too busy chatting with their guest, 10-year MLB veteran for the Kansas City Royals, Chicago Cubs, and New York Mets Brian McRae! They’ll be finding out what he’s been up to the past 15-years and get his opinion on some of the biggest issues in baseball today.


    Meanwhile, Washington Nationals’ Bryce Harper has certainly put on an “air show” in the past week, but that doesn’t take away from the fact that we really hate him. We do hate Harper, don’t we? Who ARE the MOST hated players in baseball?


    Speaking “hated”, Barry Bonds gives us another reason to hate him some more; and, Pete Rose makes his debut on FOX Sports. Did he say anything to make us hate him? And, let’s revisit the Rose-Bonds Hall of Fame debate.


    Since we’re hating, how about Commissioner Manfred’s suggestion of shortening the season? How the St. Louis Cardinals media sounding the alarms over a team playing .700 and leading the league?


    This show’s so good, you’ll just “hate” it . . . if you don’t call-in and weigh-in that is . . . at 347 – 826 – 9964 along with the “Clean-Up Hitters” of the Frat House Sports Radio Network.

  • 01:31

    Frat House Sports' Clean-Up Hitters #8

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    Just four weeks into the MLB season, and there are already some major, major stories coming out of major league baseball and Frat House Mike along with “Frat Boys” Caleb and Nick are breaking it all down and chatting it up.


    (1) The guys revisit the issues of public gambling via “Fantasy” play and the double-standard MLB seems to be setting. (2) Forget the Miami Marlins, it was the Milwaukee Brewers that fired their manager, but what about his replacement? (3) The Blue Jays have a coach that’s been suspended and David Ortiz is awaiting a decision on his appeal – but he may have other problems. (4) The New York Yankees ramped-up the saber-rattling with Alex Rodriguez. It’s really starting to feel unfair.


    They’re also talking brawls – idiots – peanuts and Cracker Jack – the Hall of Fame & Barry Bonds – and, Kirk Gibson.


    This show’s so good; it just needs one more thing – YOU, and out of protest, some peanuts and Cracker Jack . . . and your phone calls at 347 – 826 – 9964 with the “Clean-Up Hitters” of the Frat House Sports Radio Network.

  • 01:31

    Frat House Sports' Clean-Up Hitters #7

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    Just three weeks into the MLB season, and there are already some major, major stories coming out of major league baseball and Frat House Mike along with “Frat Boys” Sean and Caleb are breaking it all down and chatting it up.


    (1) Adam Wainwright is out for the season and suddenly many are calling for “universal DH” . . . are you kidding me? (2) The Los Angeles Angels have ended the Josh Hamilton drama by sending him back to the Texas Rangers. Is that the best thing that could happen to him? (3) The Miami Marlins proved one more time that they are the worst sports franchise in the country. (4) Baseball brawls seem to be happening more and more frequently, and MLB may have recognized it as well by handing down some hefty penalties and fines.


    But, the biggest and saddest stories are going on down in Baltimore and the “Clean-Up Hitters” are joined by long-time Frat House Sports friend, Chris Heidel of HerbFM Sports Radio out of the Baltimore-region. We’ll be talking about the recent events; the Baltimore Orioles; and whether the events are actually giving the team a black-eye.


    We’re talking fantasy – peanuts and Cracker Jack – the Hall of Fame & Barry Bonds – and, Kirk Gibson.


    This show’s so good; it just needs one more thing – YOU, and out of protest, some peanuts and Cracker Jack . . . and your phone calls at 347 – 826 – 9964 with the “Clean-Up Hitters” of the Frat House Sports Radio Network.

  • 01:31

    Frat House Sports' Clean-Up Hitters #6

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    We’re movin’ NOW . . . as the MLB season really got cookin’ into Week 2 and there are already some big, BIG surprises . . . and, on the show as well . . .


    . . . as we’ll be joined by Minnesota Twins writer Brandon Warne to talk about early season woes and what is going on with this Stanozolol rash around the league affecting pitchers including Twins’ Ervin Santana.


    Then we’re joined by Jon Blayne, MLB writer for The Inscriber Digital Magazine talking Mets & Yankees as well as pace-of-play and Pete Rose.


    Cincinnati Reds manager Bryan Price had one of those epic media rants you’ll still be hearing 20+ years from now, but was his message lost on his 77 F-bombs; and. Mike Redmond, yeah of the Marlins, might be the first manager on the unemployment line.


    This show’s so good; it just needs one more thing – YOU, some peanuts, Cracker Jack . . . and your phone calls at 347 – 826 – 9964 with the “Clean-Up Hitters” of the Frat House Sports Radio Network.