2020 SeasonAll times ET
Spain & Fitz are back together again, talking Giants vs. Eagles and the ugly NFC East. Plus, COVID-19 hits the Raiders and is there a place for Antonio Brown back in the NFL? Jessica Mendoza joins to talk World Series, Dave Revsine on the start of Big Ten Football and we make our NFL Week 7 Six-Pack of picks.
Tony Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon discuss the Rays' Game 2 win, this weekend's return of the Big Ten, tonight's riveting Giants/Eagles matchup, and much more.
Tony Reali and the national panel discuss the Rays' big Game 2 win last night, rumors surrounding Dez Bryant and the Ravens, Baker Mayfield's comments about Cleveland's loss to Pittsburgh, and much more.
Buster and Jessica Mendoza talks about the Rays' Brandon Lowe breaking out of his slump, hitting two home runs in Game 2 of the World Series.
Spend your afternoon with Jalen & Jacoby as the guys discuss the Seahawks interest in Antonio Brown, Baker Mayfield and Odell Beckham in their feelings about the Browns’ season, the Rays holding off the Dodgers to take Game 2 of World Series and Stan Van Gundy hired to coach the Pelicans. Plus, Magic forward Aaron Gordon stops by the show.
2004 World Series Champion Adam Kennedy called in to give his thoughts on the World Series, how good Corey Seager is and how big of a game that Game 5 could be for Clayton Kershaw. Then, Pedro Moura of the Athletic came on to give his thoughts on the World Series and if the Rays really have a chance even though the series is split 1-1. And, what is the best Oreo?
Jessica Mendoza joins Buster to discuss why it’s driving her crazy she can’t be in the stadium, Brandon Lowe exhaling after breaking out of his slump and why the Rays need him to win the series, Charlie Morton’s advantage and Walker Buehler’s disadvantage going into game three, Blake Snell pitching in the strike zone, Aaron Loup striking out Cody Bellinger, and MadBum vs. Mr. October (9:19).
The series is staying in Arlington, but the Dodgers and Rays have 24 hours to catch their breath. We answer the biggest questions so far in this Fall Classic.
Keyshawn Johnson, and Zubin Mehenti begin the last hour discussing what will happen with the Pelicans after they hired Stan Van Gundy as Head Coach. Jessica Mendoza joins the show to talk about how the Rays were able to fend off the Dodgers in Game 2. UFC President Dana White joins to talk about UFC 254 and what will come of Conor McGregor and his return.
Progress is hard to define. It's even hard to find for Daniel Jones. Plus, the most controversial Regal Tumble entry yet.
Keyshawn Johnson, and Zubin Mehenti begin the show talking about the Dodgers dropping game 2. Keyshawn isnt too worried but the series is now a series. Brandon Lowe showed up and showed out. Buster Olney joins the show to discuss the game and what we saw. Can the Rays keep it up? If they play like that they may be unbeatable. Will Antonio Brown end up in Seattle?
Tampa Bay's best hitter has been a mess most of the postseason, but getting in touch with his personal hitting coach changed everything.
Tony Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon discuss Clayton Kershaw's career postseason narrative after a big Game 1 performances, if changes made in baseball this season will last beyond 2020, the Pelicans' hiring of Stan Van Gundy, and much more.
Tony Reali and the national panel discuss Clayton Kershaw's dominant Game 1, reported turmoil in the Cowboys locker room, Ryan Fitzpatrick's feelings about Tua Tagovailoa starting, and much more.
Two of L.A.'s best young pitchers have struggled as their roles have shifted, which could be an issue if others don't pick up the slack.
Brandon Lowe became the first player to hit two opposite-field home runs in a World Series game, and the Rays' bullpen held on for a 6-4 win in Game 2.
Brandon Lowe hit two homers, Blake Snell's start was stellar and the Rays held off a late comeback to show this World Series could go a few more rounds.
Earned Run Average3.563rd
On Base Percentage.32811th