In this episode we rank our favorite siblings from the world of sports. The brothers and sisters that left their mark on their sports but that also hold a personal connection with us. Also in this episode: the mailbag, The NHL skills competition, the Pro Bowl and Tom Brady retires.
In this episode: Sports documentaries worth watching and the proposed playoff format in the NHL. Josh says he’s done with watching classic games, meanwhile Skip isn’t so sure he will even watch live sports as fanatically as before. The guys revisit the 1982 MLB All-Star game, some TV notes from this week and have a few podcast recommendations. Joe Rogan and Spotify rocked the podcast world this week and the guys discuss how much cash they would need to be offered to sign exclusively with one platform.
Recorded May 23, 2020.
Josh opens the show with some questions about hockey, specifically the selections for the NHL All Star game and something that’s been bugging him about the World Junior Championships. It was also Wildcard Weekend in the NFL and Skip was certainly happy with the result of the Eagles-Bears game. Recorded January 6, 2019.
Recorded July 15, 2018. The World Cup has ended, how hard did Skip take England’s semifinal loss (2:09)? The baseball season is at its midpoint (10:26). Are fans still interested in the All Star game? Has the homerun Derby lost its appeal? Plus, the guys share some All Star game memories. Josh is fascinated by a couple of possible rule changes in the NBA (30:26), while Skip would like Terrell Owens to grow up (38:22). Of course there is a bit of NHL talk (39:55), listener mail and some concert recommendations.
Recorded July 13, 2017. In this episode the guys review the season so far in Major League Baseball. Does the All Star Game mean anything? Did the Home Run Derby live up to the hype? How good can Aaron Judge become? Can the Red Sox and Indians hold on to their division leads? Can anyone stop the Astros and Dodgers? Will the Nationals ever address their closer situation? What happened to the Cubs? Are the Jays buyers or sellers? How accurate were the guy’s pre-season picks? And of course the most important question: can a donkey be a pet?
Recorded Feb 24, 2017. Skip and Josh start the show by discussing the extremely busy week in college basketball, the Duke Blue Devils, the projected #1 seeds in the upcoming NCAA tournament and Bill Walton’s sanity. The guys talk NBA, the All Star game and trade deadline day. They also preview the upcoming NHL deadline day and the playoff picture. Josh tells us why TSN is really bugging him and the guys ponder other important questions like: Who still buys CDs and what is the future for Jay and Dan? Download this Episode (right click, save link as)