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The NBA Finals are in full swing. Tune in to hear expert analysis from the some of the game's great players. Hall of Famer Calvin Murphy joins us for a temperature check on the Finals, NBA free agency, what the Rockets need take the next step and more.
NFL teams are knee deep in OTA's. What's happening around the league and in particular with the Houston Texans? We'll check in with our NFL expert and we'll have a player interview or two.
The Houston Astros are rolling right along showing they are a force to be reckoned with in the American League West. As we inch closer to the the All-Star break are the Stros showing any signs of letting up? We'll talk a little baseball and bring you up to date on what's happening in the big leagues. And as always we'll take a look at some of the top headlines from around the world of sports. Tune in for these stories and more.
In this episode of The Red Light Sports Ramble, presented by The Red Light Sports Network, Evan Witalison and Troy Otradovec will discuss the hottest news in baseball. The St. Louis Cardinals are being investigated by the FBI for apparently hacking into the Houston Astros database. The database had information about trades, statistics, and scouting reports. How big of a deal do you think this is? If they hacked into the Astro's database, did they try and hack into any other teams? Listen in and call the show with your thoughts.
2015 NBA playoffs
Hawks v Wizards (1-1): John Wall's injury, DeMarre Carroll's emergence
Bulls v Cavaliers (1-1): Derrick Rose's rest time, LeBron's aggressiveness
Grizzlies v Warriors (1-1): Mike Conley's importance, post-MVP Stephon Curry
Clippers v Rockets (1-1): No Chris Paul (Austin Rivers), Trevor Ariza
The Houston Astros??
7 game road streak (longest since 2001)
Collin McHugh & Dallas Keuchel
Jose Altuve (again?)
The San Francisco Giants
No bats (best hitter has been Brandon Crawford)
Ryan Vogelsong & Tim Hudson
2 minute warning
Begining Ending: Houston Astros and their dominance, just a few short years after the move to the ATL
Mid Ending: A-Rod and his clutch/non-cutch hitting what drove us to love baseball
Last Ending: MLB new rule "Pace of Play"
On this episode of the Yanks Go Yard Radio Show, we begin our 4th season of previewing every series live on the air. The 2014 Yankees get things started on Tuesday April 1st against the Houston Astros. New York ended the 2013 season with a three game sweep in Houston.
Ray Kuhn from Climbing Tal's Hill joins Ricky on the show to preview the series, breakdown the pitching matchups, and give his take on what to expect from the young 2014 Houston Astros.
In the first of 30 offseason preview podcasts, Jason Martinez of MLBDepthCharts discusses the Houston Astros and the state of that organization heading into GM Jeff Luhnow's first full offseason on the job and the team's inaugural season in the American League West.
On this episode of the Yanks Go Yard Radio Show, host and senior staff writer Ricky Keeler gives his takeaways from the Yankees' four game series against the Cleveland Indians. Plus, he will react to Jorge Posada and Andy Pettitte getting their numbers retired and Michael Pineda making his return to the rotation on Wednesday.
Then, Eric Huysman, the co-editor at Climbing Tal's Hill joins the show to look ahead to the Yankees' final series of this ten game homestand against the AL West leading Houston Astros. In addition to giving their takeaways from the last series, Eric will tlak about Mike Fiers' no-hitter from Friday, the trade for Fiers and Carlos Gomez from Milwaukee, when George Springer might be back with Houston, and how the team will manager young arms such as Vincent Velazquez or Lance McCullers. Plus, Ricky and Eric will breakdown the pitching matchups and give you their players to watch in the series.
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Does it ever seem that some athletes hold on to their professional careers too long? Well, that might be easy for you to say if you've never walked in their shoes or if you don't understand what motivates them. 46-year old Roy Jones, Jr. is a former world champion and in the 90's considered to be the fighter of the decade. Well, Jones is back in the ring and many people are asking why. Jones joins us to talk about his career, his future plans and some of his business dealings as he prepares to face Danny Sanitago in St. Marteen August 29th. It's football season, so we will of course talk about what's happening around the NFL. Injuries, roster updates and more. Plus we'll talk about the Houston Texans and have our weekly "Hard Knocks" update. Then we'll talk a little baseball and see if your crystal ball can give us any insight into posteason. The Houston Astros are trying to make the playoffs for the first time in a decade. If rookie sensation Carlos Correa has anything to say about they will! All of this and more as we get you ready to have "Chalk Talk" in the board room; classroom or whatever room you need to impress in.
Top of the Inning - the AL central and west is essentially upside down with the Minnesota Twins and the Houston Astros leading
Middle of the Inning - A Rod importance of being second all time in RBl. And why we think he's having such a good year.
Bottom of the Inning - Hot Corner's Mid season Awards
I’m here every Thursday at 11am CST to talk about the hot sports topics of the week and to bring you interviews and guests that go beyond the headlines and typical highlights and scores. Of course this is a sports show so we’ll talk about what’s happening on the field and court…but here you’ll get a different perspective and unique voice on everything that is sports.
Tune in for a preview of the Houston Texans training camp. It’s that time of year and the Texans will soon be a household name. At least on HBO Sports as they are the “Hard Knocks” team for 2015. Our NFL team is gearing up for the season and so are we!
We’re keeping our eyes on the Houston Astros. Will they make a deal before the MLB trade deadline? How good can this team be? Are they really ready for the post season? We’ll talk about it and have a special baseball guest to help us navigate the conversation.
All of this and more on Chalk Talk… sports talk for women and anyone who wants to be informed and entertained!
Roy Jones Jr. may be 46-years old, but he is still fighting competively. In the 1990's champion many considered the boxer of the decade has two fights in August and another in September. He's fighting as as cruiserweight and it's not about the money or a lack of things to do. Jones joins us live on this show to talk about his career, the fight game and why he's still in the ring. Later in the show we'll talk NFL Pre-Season Football. The Houston Texans will have played their first pre-season game and we'll break down the action, especially at the quarterback position. We'll also have a HBO Sports "Hard Knocks" update on the Texans. Speaking of pre-season stories, has Ray Rice signed with a team yet? It's almost September, so that means the Major League Baseball Pennant races are in full swing. We'll check in on the Houston Astros as they try to make their first posteason appearacne in a decade. Of course there is a lot of college football to get to as well: Texas Aggies; Texas Longhorns; Houston Cougars; Rice Owls; TSU Tigers; PV Panthers to name a few. It will be a fun hour of sports talk you don't want to miss!
The American League wildcard race is heating up heading into September. Six teams are within 2.5 games of claiming the final wild card spot. The Torono Blue Jays and New York Yankees will battle for the American League East title, with the runner up most likely being the number one wildcard. The Houston Astros have increased their lead to five games, over the Texas Rangers. Kansas City continues to cruise at 78-49, which is the best record in the American League.
The National League playoff picture is beginning to take form. The Pittsburgh PIrates and Chicago Cubs have a strong hold over the San Francisco Giants. The Giants are only 2.5 games behind the Los Angeles Dodgers, in the NL West, and that could be the only way they will make the postseason. The New York Mets have increased their lead in the NL East to 6.5 games, while the St. Loius Cardinals just keep winning and have the best record in baseball.
With September baseball, on the horizon, is there a team that will put together a big winning streak and make a surprise run into the postseason? Listen in and call the show with your thoughts.
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