Dan Snyder will announce today that his football team will be changing their name. Which pro team has the lamest nickname? Plus, Aroldis Chapman tests positive for coronavirus
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Is the game of Jackie Robinson fulfilling its promise? As the conversation about race in America continues, some of baseball's most prominent Black stars share their experiences.
Patrick Mahomes goes golfing while life in the NBA bubble gets interesting. Plus we see what's up with Don Mattingly. Here's what you might have missed from the past few days.
Yankees slugger Aaron Judge was held out of action for a second straight day Sunday due to a stiff neck.
Yankees closer Aroldis Chapman, who had 37 saves and a 2.21 ERA last season, has tested positive for the coronavirus. Manager Aaron Boone said Zack Britton would take over the role if Chapman isn't ready for the start of the season.
Jeremy is joined this week by Redskins Executive, and former HBCU QB and Head Coach, Doug Williams. Doug discusses the decision of Makur Maker to attend an HBCU and the potential changing of the name “Redskins." Plus, we hear Jeremy’s recent OTL conversation with John McEnroe who reflects on the life of his close friend, and tennis pioneer, Arthur Ashe. Finally, a conversation with Alan Gaff, the editor of the recently discovered memoirs by one of the greatest baseball players of all-time, Lou Gehrig.
The editor of a recently discovered memoir by one of the greatest baseball players of all-time, Lou Gehrig, Alan discusses how he stumbled upon the memoir and what led to the publication.
BBTN: Boog Sciambi on waking up at 3 a.m. to call KBO, the Mets, crowd noise. Plus, Todd Radom on Yankee Stadium
Boog Sciambi joins Buster to discuss, how he’s adjusted to getting up at 3 a.m. calling KBO games, why he loves watching Lee Jung-hoo, the Mets fanbase, pumping music or crowd noise into a stadium during games and ignoring medical professionals (5:59). Plus, Todd Radom on Yankee Stadium and the weekly quiz (29:35).
The Knicks formally interviewed Tom Thibodeau yesterday for their head coaching job. Who do you think ends up as the Knicks next head coach? Plus, Steve Cohen makes a $2 billion offer to purchase the Mets.
The "fun and awesome" player-owner negotiations are over... so Jeff Passan joins the guys for an actual preview of the upcoming baseball season.
BBTN: MLB has a 98.2% negative coronavirus test rate, Yankees look like they're having fun, Manfred should addressing the media everyday
Marly Rivera joins Buster to discuss the completion of MLB’s intake process that yielded a 98.2% negative test rate for coronavirus, player comfort and accountability as summer camp is underway, and the Yankees looking like they’re having a good time playing baseball (3:48). Plus, Karl Ravech stops by to talk about Steve Cohen emerging as the favorite to buy the Mets, why he thinks baseball will be played, Kris Bryant’s trepidation about returning and his observations covering KBO as MLB’s return is on the horizon (15:16).
Fighting, surviving and rebuilding are built into Puerto Rico's national ethos. Three Puerto Ricans -- former Yankee Bernie Williams, Olympian Beverly Ramos and tennis pro Monica Puig tell stories of facing hurricanes, earthquakes and coronavirus.
Darren Rovell joined the show to discuss the Mets sale. Plus, more painful sports moments.
Tim Kurkjian joins Buster to discuss how refreshing it is to see Terry Francona and Francisco Lindor pulling pranks, the challenge of keeping players focused and the need to hear from Rob Manfred as issues with the restart arise (4:20). Later, ESPN’s senior manager of MLB programming Rick Mace talks about what it’s been like scheduling games for TV (16:19). Plus, Hembo on which teams have scheduling advantages and why he’d take Juan Soto on a 10-year contract (26:00).
Eagles WR DeSean Jackson is under fire after sharing social media posts supporting Anti-Semitic. How would you handle this? Should the Jets move on from Sam Darnold after this season?
In his first intrasquad scrimmage Tuesday, Yankees ace Gerrit Cole threw five innings of one-hit ball, with six strikeouts and two walks on 67 pitches.
The New York Mets will host the crosstown Yankees on the 20th anniversary of 9/11 next season, according to a person familiar with the decision.
The Yankees and Mets will play at Citi Field on July 18 and then at Yankee Stadium the following night. The Phillies will come to the Bronx and play the Bombers on July 20.
The guys discuss Patrick Mahomes new contract and its impact on other young quarterbacks, including Sam Darnold. Plus, a look at the Yankees and Mets' schedules.
The guys react to the Yankees and Mets schedules. Plus, a special birthday message for Zion Williamson on Audio Files.
Andrew McCutchen says that Yankees hair policy "takes away from our individualism as players & as people." Is it time for the Yanks to cut their no beard rules? Plus, Patrick Mahomes has a new deal! And someone became The Michael Kay Show Trivia Champion!
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