Brian Metzer of the Penguins Radio Network joins me to look back at the AT&T Sports net replay of the 2009 Game 6 Stanley Cup Final vs. Detroit. We talk about Wednesday's rebroadcast of Game 7. And we consider all these plans to have various sports in one specific location during the pandemic.
The MLB Network recently replayed Game 7 of the 1992 NLCS between the Braves and Pirates. That reminded me of a great clip in my archives from Mike LaValliere about the time he got to unload on home plate umpire Randy Marsh a decade after the game.
Fulfill your fantasy at Cheerleaders! It's our weekly fantasy sports podcast with Jeff Erickson of RotoWire. We talk about the idea of MLB going to seven inning doubleheaders, strat-o-matic baseball, other fantasy baseball alternatives during the shut in, and the NFL draft.
Kansas City Radio Host Soren Petro (810 WHB) joins me to talk about Stefen Wisniewski. The Steelers recently signed the offensive lineman away from the Chiefs. And Petro makes it sound like it was a good move by the Steelers.
Tim Benz and Mark Madden dive into the meaty debate about the return of sports after coronavirus. We debate the wisdom of continuing the NFL draft, Steelers moves in free agency, and the future of the NHL playoffs.
Fulfill your fantasy at Cheerleaders! It's our weekly fantasy sports podcast with Jeff Erickson of RotoWire. It sure sounds like MLB is about to trim its schedule for this year. How is that impacting fantasy baseball drafts and leagues. Jeff gives us his FOMO player list. Starters on the rise as others go down with arm surgeries. Also, we tackle some NFL free agency and draft talk.
The Steelers signed former Colts tight end Eric Ebron. He certainly fills a need. But there are some negatives to his game as well. Colts reporter Kevin Bowen of 107.5 the Fan in Indianapolis joins me to talk about the pros and cons of the signing.
Tampa Bay has been a hot bed for news this NFL offseason. Tom Brady signed with the Buccaneers. Antonio Brown wants to sign on, too. And many think that Jameis Winston should come to Pittsburgh. WDAE Radio host Jay Recher joins us to discuss all those topics.
In this week's hockey podcast, Pens Radio Network host Brian Metzer and I look at the prospect of a September Stanley Cup, the shortest offseason of all time, and the Penguins' latest attempt to keep us interested in hockey while we remain in lockdown.
Coronavirus can't stop the Madden Monday podcast. Mark Madden and Tim Benz talk about Steelers free agent signings, NHL financial concerns, the Uncut Gems movie and the covid-19 sports shutdown is making us nuts.
Fulfill your fantasy at Cheerleaders! It's our weekly Fantasy Sports podcast with Jeff Erickson of Rotowre. A circus of NFL free agency means big news for the fantasy football industry as well as on the field. We talk about all of this week's player movement and the upcoming MLB schedule delays.
Robert Morris won the NEC and should be preparing for this week's NCAA tournament. But much like everything else in the county this week, it has been cancelled due to covid-19. Head coach Andy Toole tells us how he and his Colonial players are dealing with the disappointment.
Our hockey podcast will not be stopped by pesky, little details such as...uh...a lack of hockey! Penguins Radio Network host Brian Metzer and I talk about the coronavirus shutdown, potential ways to salvage the season, the impact on 2020-2021, Jake Guentzel, Marc Andre-Fleury, threatened concerts, and strange grocery store hoarding.
The coronavirus has stopped sports. But it hasn’t stopped us from talking about them on “Madden Monday.” Mark Madden of 105.9 the X and I discuss the new NFL collective bargain agreement, the potential of restarting hockey, and sports viewing alternatives.