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In the "Livan Hernandez is probably still pitching somewhere" edition, Jeffrey and his archenemy Greg try and parse small sample sizes (small sample sample sizes). Can we find something nice to say about opening day? Well, there's always David Wright. Was Monday an ill portent for the Mets bullpen? Well, there's not nearly enough evidence to conclude that, but probably. Also, Jeffrey issues a mea culpa for ever doubting Jenrry Mejia, and we try and deduce who will be off the 25-man roster for Jon Niese. There's plenty of talk about Bobby Parnell's elbow as well, which, come to think of it, is probably more convincing evidence that the bullpen is doomed.. And of course we answer your e-mails, and bring you a Montreal travelogue set to the soothing, public domain sounds of Erik Satie.
It is that time of the week. Sports Talk Tuesday here with Brian and Joe talking NCAA tournament and the Final Four and then MLB Opening day, which should be a National Holiday according to Joe. The duo will recap the past weekend in sports including the Elite 8, and preview the Final Four and give you their picks to win it all on Monday night.
Yesterday was officially MLB Opening Day and there is plenty to talk about. The reigning World Series champs fall to the orioles 2-1. Mike Trout goes yhatzee in his first game, and Royals catcher Salvador Perez goes 4-4 in their 4-3 loss to the Tigers. Cliff Lee of the phillies allows 8 ER through 5 innings and still manages to get the W, and the Tribe were otu west where they shutout the Athletics 2-0 behind a masterful start by Justin Masterson.
We will also have on Fromthe300level MLB writer Alex Valbergs call in to talk about his latest piece previewing the NL West and whether or nor anyone will be able to give the Dodgers a run for their money.
All that and so much more, so make sure you tune in, and even better yet, call in and have your opinion be heard on Sports Talk Tuesday.
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It's the most wonderful time of the year! Baseball is back and Major League Baseball had it's Opening Day yesterday. It was a tough loss for the Red Sox, who dropped their opener, 2-1. Host Sean Bakke will break down the game and talk about the Sox visit to the White House today.
Our good friend Shawn Hutcheon will join the show at 8pm to talk about UMass-Lowell's run as Hockey East champs and loss to BC in the NCAA Tournament as well as the Bruins final push towards the playoffs.
These topics and more are on the table starting at 7:30 pm EST! You can call with your thoughts as well at 347-215-7771.
Baseball's Opening Day or is it ?
The baseball season started in Australia, with the Dodgers and Diamondbacks serving as ambassadors for the big-league game in Sydney. Now, thanks to “Opening Night,” the Dodgers will have played three regular season games before 27 teams have played even one. The first game played on opening day will be the fourth of the season. Oh, and then the Astros and Yankees don’t get started until Tuesday. USAToday
Beginning in 1886, the Chicago White Stockings were the first major League baseball team to get ready for their season in Hot Springs, Arkansas.
A whose who of Negro Leagues teams spent time training in Hot Springs – the Memphis Red Sox, Cleveland Buckeyes, New York Cubans, Baltimore Elites, Buck O’Neil and the Kansas City Monarchs. The New York Black Yankees, Chicago American Giants, Homestead Grays, Pittsburgh Crawfords and Detroit Stars also hopped on the bus and went South for spring training and played games versus local teams.
On this mournful day, consider the group of mankind worse off; Ralph McPherran Kiner has died. One of baseball's genuine and most charming gentlemen, foremost sluggers and most enduring personalities passed away Thursday at age 91 MLB
WIth a very interesting Final Four, to say the least, is coming to a formidable end as two SEC teams and two 7 seeds or above face off in North Texas this weekend. Also as Opening Day has started we discuss the state of baseball and how it is effecting teen sports fans.
Listen in as we go over the games from Thursday night, discuss the games that will be ongoing, and listen to Justin have a stroke during the Tennessee game! We'll also dive into baseball's opening day and what we expect. Join us, and let us know what you think!
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