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DTong updates you on the Conference Tournament matchups this week getting you ready for the big dance!
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Welcome back to www.DailyRoto.com podcast featuring Tony Cincotta of The Fanatsy Sports Network and SiriusXM Fantasy Sports Network. On the show Tony discusses upcoming tournaments for the Major League Baseball Opening Day. He will also cover the NBA for March 31, 2015. Tony also will speak to the NBA teams allowing the most points by position in the last 10 games.
ISPS Radio Show with @ManuelFerrero - WINTER WORLDS ReCap & Upcoming Tournaments
Going over the 2015 ISPS Winter World Championships from this past weekend in Fort Lauderdale, Florida!
Plus more upcoming ISPS International Slow Pitch Softball Tournaments.
Hosted by the ISPS Commissioner, Manuel T. Ferrero III
ISPS Radio Show - Recap of TOYS FOR TOTS & Upcoming Tournaments
The guys from Mid-Major Madness break down the upcoming conference tournaments around the country.
ISPS Softball Radio Show w/ @ManuelFerrero
CEO of ISPS, Manuel T. Ferrero III, talks about upcoming tournaments, news, and invites Special Guests to speak about various topics.
Recaps from past slow pitch softball tournaments, previewing upcoming events and reporting news and current happenings from our world of slow pitch softball.
Call the show at 347-637-3978 and talk to the host Manuel Ferrero LIVE!!!!
Listen each Tuesday on www.BlogTalkRadio.com/ISPSO, on our Free Mobile App or on iTunes. Listen Live or to the Replays available any-time online!
The American Soccer Radio Show that was nominated by World Soccer Talk in 2014 for the best Radio show on the internet. Talking about the American Game from Major League Soccer and all leagues and tournaments combined.
Our Clubs, Leagues, Players, National Team and other Fabulous Moments
First Hour: National, Second Hour: Local
Next on the Tee with Chris Mascaro this week is live from the Wheels Up hospitality tent just outside the main gate of Augusta National. We'll be talking about this year's Masters with PGA Tour Pro and Top Instructor Dave Stockton Jr. and Sports 1 Marketing CEO David Meltzer.
Join Chris Mascaro every Saturday at 10:00 AM as he talks with PGA & LPGA Tour pros, legends, top instructors, equipment manufacturers, media members and all those impacting the great game of golf. Hear them all sharing their stories on Next on the Tee.
In this episode of The Red Light Sports Ramble, presented by The Red Light Sports Network, Evan Witalison and Troy Otradovec will recap the jam packed weekend, in the world of sports. Golf had the Masters, hockey set their playoff schedule, baseball completed their first full weekend, basketball has teams battling for the final playoff spots, and football is preparing for the NFL Draft.
Jordan Spieth went wire to wire, to the Green Jacket. He blazed out to the lead, on Thursday, and never looked back. Spieth tied Tiger Woods record, 18 under par. At one point, Spieth pushed that to 19 under par, which is the first time anyone flirted with 20 under par. At 21 years old, Spieth not only tied Tiger Woods record, but also won the Masters, at 21 years old, the same age as Woods. Woods may not have won, but finished 5 under par, and tied for 17th place. Do you think that this was a win for Woods, since he has struggled to finish tournaments?
The NHL playoff schedule is set, and it came down to the last regular season game, to set seeds and teams. The Pittsburgh Penguins dropped game 81, to the New York Islanders, setting up a win or stay home game Saturday night, against the Buffalo Sabres. The Penguins prevailed, and will take on top seeded New York Rangers.
The Milwaukee Bucks who had the worst record a year ago, clinched a playoff spot. Would you consider Jason Kidd for coach of the year? Who will clinch the final playoff sports in the Eastern Conference?
After the weekend, there were two undeafeated teams, the Detroit Tigers and Kansas City Royals. Both entered play, on Monday 6-0. The Tigers fell to the Pittsburgh Pirates, to end their undefeated start. The Royals continued their hot streak by demolishing the Minnesota Twins. Listen in and call the show with your thoughts, on the weekend, in sports.
March Madness may have officially ended, but The Empty Nesters have one more discussion left. Emmy winning producer and director Brad Garfield of North Ridge Productions will join the Nesters to talk about his recent experiences directing television coverage of NCAA Basketball Tournaments while visting colleges with his teenage twins. Join the conversation at (347) 324-5843