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On this week's episode, we'll talk about Derek Jeter's curtain call, MLB Wild Card, Tom Brady's decline, Dennis Allen's firing and fantasy football and much more!
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Mike Silva and Joe Buono talk about Derek Jeter's emotional night at Yankee Stadium this week. Hear their thoughts on the suddenly hot New York Giants, Geno Smith's continued turnover problem and the weekly NFL picks! Bald Vinny stops by to share his experience in the bleachers for Jeter's final game. Neil Keefe of CBS gives his take on the Giants.
Guest: Barry Casselman, The Prairie Editor, joins me for a look at Derek Jeter's career and his last game in Yankee Stadium.
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Join us on Friday, Oct. 3 at 10 a.m. when the next broadcast of Record Talk Radio will feature a conversation New York Yankee Derek Jeter’s farewell to basebal as well as analysis of this week’s events in this year's county elections.
Record Sports columnist Bob Klapisch will be our guest for the first half of the 30-minute program. We’ll talk with him about how Jeter’s final season played out plus the challenges the Yankees will face next year.
The second-half of the program will be another installment of “Campaign 2014” and a conversation between Democratic consultant Sean Darcy and Republican consultant Deirdre Woodbyrne.
We'll talk about campaign ads and the debates in the races for Freeholder and County Executive.
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On this episode of the Yanks Go Yard Radio Show, brought to you by Knoda.com, senior staff writer Ricky Keeler will be hosting a special episode honoring the career of the Captain, Derek Jeter. After Jeter plays his final home of his career, tune in to the episode as we have some a great guest coming on the show right at the beginning. Jeter's former teammate and 2-time World Series Champion, catcher Jim Leyritz, will join the show to talk about Derek as a teammate as well as helping us look back at some of the great moments in Jeter's career.
In addition, some of the writers from Yanks Go Yard will also be joining throughout this episode to look at Jeter's legacy both from a Yankees and baseball perspective, what the team should do at shortstop next season, their thoughts on the farewell tour, and who will be the next leader of the Yankees among many other topics.
We also want to hear from you during this 90-minute episode. Feel free to send us your favorite Jeter moment or call in during the LIVE show at: (347)-324-5455 or tweet us: @YGYRadioShow.
The Philadelphia Eagles may have suffered their first loss of the season, but there's no need to panic. On this episode of The Broad Street Line, we'll take a look back at the first month and tell you why there's little reason to worry about Chip Kelly and his crew. For now.
Later in the show, we'll bring you the best from NBA Media Day, pay respect to retiring Yankees' shortstop Derek Jeter, and get you caught up on the rest of the past week in sports as only we can. So come and take a ride on The Broad Street Line: The future of sports talk radio has finally arrived.
Tune into FanRag Sports Radio to listen to or join in the latest Today's Knuckleball Podcast. MLB fans and www.todaysknuckleball.com writers Pat Whitehurst and Chris Lacey discuss the perfect ending for Derek Jeter and Yankees Nation last night in the Bronx as well as set the MLB playoff picture in both the American and National Leagues.
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1- Attorney Damario Solomon-Simmons returns to address the NFL Commish Roger Goodell and the Ray Rice fiasco.
2A- Derek Jeter retires and we celebrate the NY Yankee Captain.
2B- MLB Wildcard Playoff Preview.
3A- Eric Bledsoe stays in Phoenix and re-ups for 5 years and $70 million. Is he worth this price?
4A- NY Giants smack Washington on Thusrsday night.
4B- NY Jets lose and fans scream for Mike Vick to replace Geno Smith. Is this the right move for the Jets?
4C- Does Bill Simmons deserve to be banned for his comments on NFL Commish Roger Goodell?
4D- NFL Roundup- 4 games and the 1st quarter of the season is over. Surpises and not so near surprises....
We are talking Derek Jeter as he wins his last home game in Yankee Stadium. Then the Giants handle the Redskins 45-14 in NFC East battle. As the MLB season ends we will get you ready for the playoffs and discuss the matchups. In CFB UCLA shows ASU that they are for real, plus other matchups. We will end with the top games in week 4 in the NFL and we will give you our predictions & fantasy stars to look for this week. Join us 6PM ET Call us at 718-664-9098 @RaeAndTayToday www.raeandtaytoday.com
This week Big Al and HookSlide talk far too much about Joe Nathan and the bullpen in general, wonder how Jim Leyland would handle the closer situation, complain about All-Star Game coverage and the Home Run Derby, and learn Phil Coke is a really nice guy.
Bless You Boys Podcast 120 was recorded July 20, 2014, has a running time of 60 minutes, and features Al Beaton and HookSlide.
Bad start to the second half: For better or worse, the Detroit Tigers remain streaky as all Hell. They start the second half by losing three straight to the Indians.
Time to replace Joe Nathan? Another bad outing for Nathan in Saturday night's 5-2 loss, giving up three runs in the top of the ninth.
Ausmus not ready for a closer change: When asked about the possibility of demoting Nathan, Ausmus admitted it was a possibility.
"I'm sure there's a possibility I could reach a point sometime. I'm not near that point. I'll let you know when I am."
Bullpen struggles: The bullpen's combined numbers in the first two games of the Cleveland series: Seven innings, eight earned runs, 15 hits, five walks.
Miguel Cabrera's admission: He tried to backtrack after admitting in a Spanish language interview his lower body was still affected by last season's groin injury and resulting surgery.
The Derek Jeter Invitational, aka MLB's All-Star Game: On FOX, it was ALL DEREK JETER, ALL THE DAMN TIME.
The Home Run Derby: It's broken. The derby is too damn long, there's too much Chris Berman, and few true home run hitters take part.
Adventures with Phil Coke: Hookslide and Hookslide Jr. have nothing but good things to say about the Tigers' left-hander.