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City of Miami Commissioner Francis Suarez, Shelly goes to Fenway & Travel Health plus SPECIAL GUEST DWYANE WADE SR.!
Tonight we speak to City of Miami @CityofMiami Commissioner Francis Suarez @FrancisSuarez about Recreational Sports and Healthy Citizens. Plus Shelly goes to Fenway. And the HEALTH TOPIC: Staying Healthy while traveling.
And hear what Dwyane Wade Sr. had to say about his son staying with the Miami Heat.
All this and more with your Host Dr Ray @DrRayT and Manuel T. Ferrero III @ManuelFerrero
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The A's did their usual nose dive at Fenway. So we're here to talk about the ramifications of it. Has any chance of making this season worthwhile gone out the window?
We also talk about the great season that Sonny Gray has had up to this point. We'll give our thoughts on our young ace.
Billy Butler's dramatic slump will be a topic of discussion. Has this already been a flop signing from Billy Beane?
Our man Coreo will give us the update on the Texas Rangers. With the Rangers calling up super-prospect Joey Gallo, how is he feeling about the Rangers?
To finish out, we'll have a discussion about "collecting" in baseball. What makes you (the fan) collect what you collect? Whether it's baseball cards, autographs, bobbleheads, or memories. Why do you do it?
On tonight's episode, we first tackle the penalties to the crew members, handed down by NASCAR on Tuesday. No drivers were penalized, but crew chiefs for the 24 and 5 teams were. However, Paul Wolfe, cc for the 2 team and Brad Keselowski were not penalized at all. And neither was Kevin Harvick. We'll discuss whether or not, NASCAR got it right, and why they may have ruled the way they did.
Also, some big changes are taking place at Roush Fenway Racing in prominant positions at the team. Mark McArdle, formally of Richard Childress Racing and Furniture Row Racing will join the team. He will join the team as the engineering director. Also, Kevin Kidd will come over from Joe Gibbs Racing and join the organization as Sprint Cup Series team manager and will report to Robbie Reiser. We'll discuss these changes at the organization and how this may affect this team moving forward.
Also, we've got this week in NASCAR history, which takes us back to November 5, 1978 in the Dixie 500 at Atlanta Motor Speedway where a scoring controversy, changed the winner while the driver was on his way home from the race...
Finally our picks to win this weekend in Phoenix and what we think the racing will be like.
And also, the racing patriarch of the Sauter family has passed away.
In this episode of Talking in Circles we bring on Truck Series owner and driver Mike Affarano to talk about his team's 2016 plans. Also Affarano posted on his Facebook page about the potential of spec engines in for the series in 2016. What does that mean for the series, is it a good or bad thing and where does the money go when you buy the engines? We'll try and have all those questions answered.
Also we talk about Chris Buescher joining Front Row Motorsports in 2016. The defending XFINITY Series champion will run for the Rookie of the Year title.
Also, Chris Heroy was hired by Richard Petty Motorsports as crew chief for Brian Scott in 2016. Is this the right fit and where does this leave Darian Grubb for the 2016 season? Will he have a job?
Roush Fenway Racing has made some major changes for the 2016 season. We'll discuss if we think these changes will help Roush Fenway Racing and what the team's expectations will be for the 2016 season.
Tommy Baldwin Racing resigned sponsor Toy State this past week and announced an assocaition with Richard Childress Racing. TBR will get support for RCR. We'll discuss what that means for the 2016 season for the organization.
Kyle Busch made headlines this weekend by suggesting a revision to the Chase, by rewarding the regular season a bye week in the first round of the Chase. We'll give our thoughts.
Plus we take your phone calls at 917-889-8280.
On tonight's episode of Talking in Circles, Clayton and Brandon discuss the racing that took place today at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway; and how Jeff Gordon becomes only the third driver in the history of NASCAR to reach the 90 win plateau. How Jeff got there, and of course our attaboys, and much more about the Crown Royal Presents the John Wayne Walding 400 @ the Brickyard.
Also, before the race, some big Silly Season news broke about Roush Fenway Racing. The worst kept secret in the garage area, Carl Edwards will officially be leaving the organization at the end of the 2014 season.
Edwards destination is believed to be Joe Gibbs Racing, but will not officially be announced until September.
Jack Roush has officially announced his driver lineup for 2015, and sponsor lineup as well. Clayton and Brandon will discuss what this move means for Roush Fenway Racing going forward.
Today on Inside MLB your host Benson Fechter will be discussing many topics including Fact or Fiction with MLB's Hottest Buzz, Is Price a Good Fit for Red Sox and Fenway?, Teams Who Can, Should Pursue Puig, Red Sox Will Still Be Active at Winter Meetings, Deals Most Likely to Occur Durring Winter Meetings, and more! Fans remember you too can be a part of the show if you gives us a call at 713-955-0677. If you have any questions outside of show hours give our hotline a call at 877-INS-MLB0
General Sports Talk with your hosts Robert Ford, JaQuan Jenkins & Andre Peterson
1. Browns fire Mike Pettine and GM Ray Farmer
2. Colts and Chuck Pagano agree to contract extension
3. NFL Playoff predictions: Chiefs at Texans, Steelers at Bengals, Seahawks at Vikings, and Packers at Redskins.
4. Titans are on the clock.
5. Tom Coughlin steps down with Giants, but doesn't intend to retire.
6. 5 candidates to replace Tom Coughlin for the Giants
7. Julio Jones had more receiving yards than Rams WR combined.
8. Dolphins to interview Mike Shanahan to Head Coach Position.
9. Tom Brady to spend bye week getting treatment on right ankle.
10. Gary Kubiak is mum on who will start for Broncos at QB.
11. Marshawn Lynch is back working out for the Seahawks and expects to play this weekend.
12. Eagles for interviewed RB Coach Duce Staley for head coach position.
13. Browns WR Dwayne Bowe earned 1.8 million per catch this season.
14. Update on Kansas - Oklahoma matchup tonight.
15. Mike Piazza likely will make the Hall of Fame this week. Does he deserve it?
16. Oklahoma QB Trevor Knight is transferring to Texas A&M
17. CFB National Championship Game Prediction. Clemson vs. Alabama
18. Jimmy Butler says "Don't compare me to Michael Jordan."
19. Nets CEO would offer everything under the sun for John Calipari.
20. Can Golden State acquire Kevin Durant this offseason?
21. Celtics are considering playing a game at Fenway Park.22. Will the Lakers retire 8 or 24 for Kobe?
23. Fantasy Shoutouts!
Episode 28 Mon-December 3, 2012 8:30pm EST
This week's episode we give you one more small helping, let's call it a final side dish for the 2012 World's Toughest Mudder. I got a chance to speak with Bryce Wilk, a great competitor and a humble man. At lap 6 of WTM, he was one hour AHEAD of Jungyong Pak. Listen in to hear how his strategy ultimately failed and what he learned.
I also got a chance to talk to Todd Sedlak. The man who can't say no to a challenge. Even weeks after breaking an ankle, he was the only participant to run at the Spartan Fenway Park event and complete one lap at World's Toughest Mudder. This gives us a great chance to segueway from WTM to Fenway. Having a successful event in an enclosed environment like a stadium or dome is a game changer for obstacle racing. You'll her Todd's thoughts on that and a few other things.
Then Shaun Provost is going to call in to talk about her Fenway experience. She was the first place female finisher that weekend. She is also a recent age group top finisher in several other events and one of the few and proud Ultra Beast finishers.
As always, the chatbox is live so join in to ask questions or just be around other like minded folks. So jump on in!
The Washington Nationals scored 10 runs on 12 hits and avoided a sweep with a 10-5 win over the Boston Red Sox in the series finale in Fenway Park. Gio Gonzalez got the win, Ian Desmond and Tyler Moore homered. 10-5 final.
The Washington Nationals thrilled fans in Boston in an error-filled, ugly 9-4 loss to the Red Sox in the season opener in Fenway Park. Jordan Zimmermann was out early. Rick Porcello cruised. The Nats dropped to 2-5 with the loss. Matt Williams was not happy.
Matt Chatham and Brady Quinn take the hot-off-the press playoff rankings and talk through the top three 1-loss teams in the rankings (Alabama, Notre Dame & Oklahoma). Did the committee get it right this week?
The guys also dive into the bizarre situation of Brady's alma mater invading Boston and Fenway Park this weekend for another installment of the Shamrock Series, this year with the Irish playing a "home" game in Boston College's backyard. Is it right to plaster "Notre Dame" all over the hallowed grounds of a Boston institution like Fenway?
The fellas finish up looking ahead to the weekend matchups with big playoff implications, including Ohio State- Michigan State, TCU-Oklahoma and Baylor-Oklahoma State. .
And then there were two...races till the end of the season. Mike and Steve will look back on Texas, and look ahead to Phoenix and who has to do what to get in to the final race at Homestead for a Championship.
Clinch Scenario's for Xfinity and Camping World Truck Series, plus we'll look back on the season and what Ryan Reed has planned for the off-season and 2016, plus we'll get his sure fire way of moving quickly tips.
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