Dale, Holley, and Keefe discuss the Hernandez trial and then address Malcolm Butler and the Patriot off season decisions.
Dale, Holley, and Keefe discuss the Celtics hold on first place in the East and if they can actually win come playoff time.
Dale, Holley, and Keefe discuss the Celtics hold on first place in the East and if they can actually win come playoff time.

[0:01:39] ... the cavs he doubled in the finals. Had that been like they're Donyell Marshall that they had they had guys playing well. They had guys might get older they didn't they were not there it's it's probably the worst team I've seen in the finals she fits exactly OK all abroad but they had guys they had other players. She and play well as 18% of browser and started team's starters were was Eric Snow started there. You probably use the pointer. They had Donyell Marshall. It was Hughes and team Larry Larry Hughes was on the team or use and a team probably Ilgauskas. Michael at that terrible team you know I don't know I've never seen him bring it seemed that the hit it had a hard Kyra earlier Kevin Love that team on I didn't. That's it was terrible team has more impact that he enjoys that over the human and intro again had team knew what lies. I actually knew what was that they had to Scot Pollard. Yeah plenty of held up for about cup and NBA I'm not mistaken I could be mistaken and yeah you're very well ...
[0:06:34] ... time maintenance Tyrone hill. How another big secretary that George lynch and Eric Snow yes let me just some guys who are just okay but that superstar was Iverson's name at that Cleveland teams superstars LeBron ...
[0:12:22] ... ten games we've got a bat well you can see all of Isiah Thomas in ten games not degrade the playoffs. A Brad Stevens in ten games is not been great to play answer to an ...
[0:14:38] ... the it's the third round if they're really put the screws to Isiah Thomas Isiah searched the place similar to how we did in the playoffs the last two years. And then a second scored doesn't step up or you'd like I can't I got shocked that at that another guy was unable to pick up the scoring. Well it's it's been kind of clear all year that they don't they have a guy that can do it but it's just it's there's nowhere near Dickinson. In spite OK art and that's that's that's that's a good point but I this is what would shock me if if you saying. The cavaliers are or anybody else it's just gonna double team Isiah Thomas Isiah Thomas kicks it to. Avery brought the ball winds up in the hands of David Bradley does some one of these guys gonna get a bunch open looks because. Isiah Thomas has been double team. Well at least would I'd be shocked if Avery Bradley did knock down jumpers in that situation yes ...






HOUR 4 - In the final hour of the show, we put a bow on the LeBron James "injury" from Monday night, take a call from a listener who is sick of "show-on-show" drama, play Kirk ripping Keefe in it's entirety, and expose Chad Finn for being a 98.5 fanboy who wouldn't address Pete Abe in his Friday chat.
HOUR 3 - In hour 3, the guys discuss a column by Dan Graziano and another by Bomani Jones about WHY Colin Kaepernick is "blackballed" by the NFL. Graziano reports that Kaepernick is seeking "$9-10M per year" which is roughly what a bottom-end starting QB would get paid. They also get into the Raiders moving to Vegas, and some potential problems that could arise.
HOUR 2 - In hour 2, we play Robert Kraft's nauseating interview with "First Take" and point out that Max Kellerman pusses out after being highly critical of Tom Brady over the past few years. The guys also get into some of Robert Kraft's comments from Monday, where Kraft said that Brady told him he'd like to play for 6-7 more years.
HOUR 1 - Glenn, Lou and Christian talk about the morning show, the Cavs getting embarrassed by the Spurs, the Celtics chances of winning the East, the importance of home-court advantage, Glenn's appearance on "Cheers" , and they address the "Whiner Line" which is currently on life support.
Donald Trump, a native New Yorker, is known as a big time Yankees fan. (Jim Lo Scalzo-Pool Photo via USA Today Sports)

Donald Trump’s potential presence at Nationals Park next week wouldn’t come without controversy. (Jim Lo Scalzo-Pool Photo via USA Today Sports)

President Donald Trump’s first days in office have been anything but conventional. In addition to issuing two travel bans that have been struck down in the courts, he’s currently under FBI investigation for his ties to Russia. But next week, he may participate in an old presidential tradition.

According to POLITICO, Trump is in talks with the Nationals to throw out the ceremonial first pitch at Nats Park on Opening Day next Monday. He would be the 19th president to handle the honor.

Given the divisiveness of his presidency, the Nationals would probably face backlash if they welcomed Trump to the ballpark. That appears to be the reason why the Orioles seem unwilling to invite Trump to a game this season.

“I know that the administration has taken a lot of criticism for its controversial positions,” John Angelos, son of Orioles owner Peter Angelos, said recently on the B-More Opinionated podcast. “I think more so perhaps for statements made both during the campaign and since the administration came in concerning things that are considered to be problematic from a race, ethnicity, religious, gender, disability. People in those communities have been spoken about very negatively by a candidate and now president.”

In addition to throwing out the first pitch, Trump could reportedly appear on the game broadcast afterwards. In December, Trump stopped by the booth during CBS’ telecast of Army-Navy. He took an apparent shot at both teams, saying he wasn’t sure if they were playing “necessarily the best football.”

Blog Author: 
Alex Reimer

  CBS SportsJose Canseco is back in baseball.

According to Joe Stiglich of CSN Bay Area, Canseco is joining NBC Sports California as an on-air analyst for their pre- and postgame coverage of the Oakland Athletics, one of his former teams.

From Stiglich: “I’ve got quite a bit of experience. I’ve pretty much been there, done all of that whether it’s on or off the field,” Canseco said. “I think the fans can expect the truth — an honest opinion, honest analysis — and hopefully in some shape or form we expand the fan base.”

“He’s enthused about taking on his first role as an analyst, and he joins NBC Sports California at a time of budding excitement surrounding the A’s and the expectation of them building a new ballpark in Oakland. Canseco, the 1986 AL Rookie of the Year, played for the A’s when they were one of the Bay Area’s hottest sports stories.”

Canseco has been mostly persona non grata around Major League Baseball since his book Juiced: Wild Times, Rampant ‘Roids, Smash Hits & How Baseball Got Big was released in 2005. The book documented performance-enhancing drug use by both Canseco and several other big name players in the league.

On Twitter, Canseco has lobbied for managerial jobs and even chances to resume his playing career over the years. He hasn’t played in the big leagues since 2001, though the now 52-year-old Canseco has played in several independent leagues since 2006.

Canseco is part of NBC Sports California’s new analyst lineup of former Athletics players. Alex Rodriguez, another former star with PED ties, was recently hired as a full-time analyst by Fox .

Canseco hasn’t even started this job yet and I’m already sick of him.

He is a lunatic who will do literally anything for attention. This is a guy who pretended to lose a finger in a poker game and the saga became national news before he revealed it was a hoax. 

Yes, he will probably say some insane things on TV and will be more animated than traditional baseball analysts. But he is grasping for relevancy and that is a recipe for a pathetic performance on television. There’s a good chance he’ll say outrageous things for the sake of saying outrageous things.

Here is his series of tweets announcing his new job:

I hear the amount of free food the Media gets is insane .worried about Media Belly so please make my spreads heavy on the paleo — Jose Canseco (@JoseCanseco) March 27, 2017

 

My guess is he won’t last the whole season. But until then, viewers in California can look forward to his honesty and unpredictable nature.

He has never been one to hold back his opinion on anything:

Blog Author: 
Lucy Burdge
Hour 4. After Kraft’s comments at the owners meeting, the guys discuss how long Brady will play for. Gerry hates Lavar Ball. Reimer had a crazy time in Germany.

[0:00:11] ... fight between poverty and father time was undefeated are being climate panel Tom Brady right now. Tom Brady like he didn't hold the people are trying to tackle him the need to be able trying to put them there what to say the saying they would be under diverted about moving quicker. Corporate. It's real hard to see a guy age with your eyes your eyes lie to you don't actually often see. The way that a quarterback ages because it looks at things in the same uniform stole the ball the same way the result would don't it. And the way that you measure that usually on deep ball accuracy that how big quarterback deteriorate and Tom Brady had deteriorated that way but. Not anymore like they figured out how to do that systematically where they just throw it you know he's going through his reads and three seconds and they sort of perfect development. So I you know I don't think this is possible but I understand what Tom Brady things. Obviously I was -- -- -- and said a lot of nothing said the toughest way to tell someone ages with ...
[0:01:43] ... day. Eyes at data being. Upward of money on the fight between Tom Brady's father time with undefeated I'm inclined to I don't operate as it lines and Jerry's father used to depending know that. Get ...
[0:06:47] ... is pretty good all morning and his command. Nobody knows not even Tom Brady those islands can play he's made it clear to las Fort Collins we have won 1213 years yet at least. As long as these anomalous medically and play as long as he can't shore it's hard concept to grasp that's what most athletes do. That's really hard spots deserves our respect or Sanders is a rarity most guys play as long as the and Tom Brady is like most guys. Gonna play as long as he's. Yeah that's why would you say you're not the thing we're told ...
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