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Al and HookSlide sum up a great of week of Tigers baseball, keep expectations for Robbie Ray under control, wonder how much it would cost to keep Victor Martinez versus signing Country Breakfast, MOAR ZUBAZ, and realize the NFL can be embarrassingly over-the-top.
Bless You Boys Podcast 111 was recorded May 9, 2014, has a running time of 1:03, and features Al Beaton and HookSlide.
That was one Hell of a good week of Detroit Tigers baseball ... though it was was due to their thumping mediocre to bad competition.
Is the division all but in the Tigers' back pocket less than six weeks into the season?
Robbie Ray impresses in debut.
Before we get too excited over Ray, remember Andy Van Hekken and Andrew Miller?
Victor Martinez is not slowing down and is making a case for a contract extension. Should the Tigers consider it?
Joba Chamberlain spreads the Zubaz virus. But bad taste in clothes = good clubhouse.
The Tigers accommodate the Detroit Lions by moving the start time of their game on Monday September 8 to 4 PM, giving the 7 PM start to the Detroit Lions. Considering where the two teams stand in their respective sports (title contender vs. laughingstock), the better team backed down for the sake of the fans.
NFL vs. MLB.
More bullpen talk, because the podcast would not be complete otherwise.
This week on Mom Talk Radio, Gabriella Wilday, Co-Founder of No Fuss Lunch, shares 4 tips on how to pack a balanced and nutritious lunch for your kids. Spotlight on Moms features Mary Beth Ludwig of AnovaEducation.org. Lauren Paul, Co-Founder of the Kind Campaign, shares tips to help your kids avoid bullying at school. Shannon Hanrahan, Consumer Safety Expert for PromotionalCodes.com shares 4 tips for staying on budget when back to school shopping. Dr. Patricia Riba, Co-Author of Fit Kids Revolution, shares tips for fighting childhood obesity.
A bleary-eyed Big Al and HookSlide spend another show talking about the Tigers' bullpen, ponder the pros and cons of the Joakim Soria deal along with the Joe Nathan and prospect fallout, ask how Detroit can 'win' the trade, debunk jinxes and revel in the glory that is Ryan Raburn's throwing arm.
Bless You Boys Podcast 121 was recorded July 25, 2014, has a running time of 73 minutes, and features Al Beaton and HookSlide.
Tigers acquire closer Joakim Soria from Rangers for prospects Jake Thompson and Corey Knebel.
Did the Tigers overpay for Soria?
Trading prospects is the equivalent of buying lottery tickets. You could hit big, but the odds are heavily slanted against you.
Are the Tigers scrapping their future with prospect heavy trades? Was the Soria trade a "screw the future" deal thanks to an octogenarian owner who wants a World Series win NOW?
Should the bullpen have been better addressed during this past off season?
Joe Nathan is still the closer. But for how long? Would Soria be best used in higher leverage situations earlier during a game?
How do we define "winning the trade?"
Fangraphs: Joakim Soria and the value of a postseason relief ace.
When Dave Dombrowski says it's 'highly unlikely" Joel Hanrahan pitches for Tigers, he's actually saying "Hanarahan will not pitch for Detroit in 2014."
Some things will never change, such as the Tigers' connection with Lakeland.
Debunking baseball voodoo: There are no such things as jinxes.
Ryan Raburn is gonna Ryan Raburn. Just ask Corey Kluber.
All that, plus tangents galore!
Dawn-Marie Hanrahan is a #1 Bestselling Author, TranSpirational Speaker and Spiritual Leader, who travels the world educating others on how to access and utilize their inherent Power to achieve personal fulfillment.
She is a perpetual student and has studied the brilliant works of Thomas Troward, Napoleon Hill, Earl Nightingale, Bob Proctor, Lisa Nichols and several other master minds. Further studies with industry experts such as Brendon Burchard, Lisa Sasevich and Sarah Ban Breathnach have contributed enormously to her wide-range of knowledge.
This week Big Al and HookSlide discuss Joel Hanrahan, admit we still still get Hella upset with a first place team, stats refuting what you think your eyes tell you, keeping expectations for a certain pitcher under control, gambling and knowing you have a bad sense of style.
Bless You Boys Podcast 110 was recorded May 2, 2014, has a running time of 1:05, and features Al Beaton and HookSlide.
Detroit Tigers announce signing of free agent relief pitcher Joel Hanrahan.
An all Tommy John surgery staffed bullpen? The Tigers are on their way.
The Hanrahan signing shows the Tigers will do what they need to do.
Leaders of the Central and owners of the second best record in the AL, the Tigers remain the worst first place team ever.
Where do the Tigers rank after one month in 2014?
Robbie Ray to make first big league start.
Keep your Ray expectations under control, no matter if he is God awful, lights out or somewhere in-between.
Bryan Holaday versus Alex Avila.
Should the Tigers offer Nick Castellanos a contract extension?
The most disturbing news of the week? The Tigers are wearing ZUBAZ.
Gambling on baseball is a risky endeavor.
A weekly look at the 2014 Detroit Tigers, where they stand after each previous week in the regular season, and the predictions of each week ahead.
This week, I recap the Tigers' perfect week on the road against the Chicago White Sox and the Kansas City Royals. Then I look ahead to their 7-game homestand against the Houston Astros (4-game series) and the Minnesota Twins. The Tigers remain in first place in the American League Central Division Standings.
Breaking news: The Tigers signed reliever Joel Hanrahan from the Boston Red Sox to a 1-year deal and put him on the 15-day disabled list.
On this week's show, The Knee Jerks, Eno and Big Al, start with their thoughts on the Detorit Tigers' hot start to the season, Robbie Ray making his big league debut, and the signing of free agent reliever Joel Hanrahan.
Moving on to the NBA, the Jerks cover the fallout surrounding league commissioner Adam Silver's banning the Clippers owner for life, five game 7's in just the first round of the playoffs, and the speculate as to how the Detroit Pistons will go about finding a new GM and head coach.
The guys cap off their show by asking if the NFL has just made a mistake in pushing the NFL Draft to the second weekend of May. Is the constant barrage of draft speculation just too much? Has NFL media draft talk crossed the line from being informative to overbearing overload?
There's all that and more, including "Whose Birthday Is It?" and our "Jerk of the Week!"
Long-time Detroit sports bloggers and podcasters, Greg Eno (aka the man who knows a lot of things about a lot of things), and Big Al Beaton are The Knee Jerks! Eno and Big Al's podcast is released every Monday on the Sports Geeks Radio Network!
Dawn-Marie Hanrahan is a #1 Bestselling Co-Author with world renowned, Lisa Nichols of THE SECRET and Chicken Soup fame. She is aTranSpirational Speaker and Spiritual Leader who travels the world educating others on how to identify and utilize their inherent Powers within to achieve their ideal life. Dedicated to serving, Dawn-Marie established 5-Star LifeQuests, a faith-based corporation committed to aiding others in making their most sought-after dreams become their reality.
The author’s thought-provoking workshops, seminars and intuitive written works masterfully combined with her stunning photography, raise the awareness of her audiences to higher levels of spiritual understanding and Self-empowerment. Her award-winning images and published works appear in print and online for multiple publications, nationally and internationally.