Earlier in the week, Chris & Matt were guests on The Huge Show as the show traveled to Midland and was broadcast live from atop Dow Diamond in the ESPN 100.9-FM studios.
The Loons beat the Lake County Captains 3-2 at Dow Diamond and although Leo Crawford did not get the win, he logged his 3rd straight start of 6 innings. This time allowing 0 earned runs.
Hard to believe, but the Loons are already over a quarter of the way through the 2017 baseball season. Time to encapsulate the first 35 games of the year.
Alex Seder from the Loons joins the show for the first time. Matt asks Brad to convince him to watch the NBA Playoffs and is the window closed for the Tigers?
Thanks to mother nature, the Loons weren’t able to have the proper party everyone was hoping for on Opening Day. Instead, we were able to celebrate a month later with nearly 3,000 fans on a blustery night
Devin Smeltzer was the first Loon pitcher this year to strike out 10 opposing hitters and he joined Brad Tunney outside the Loons clubhouse following an 8-4 Loons win.
The Loons lost to Peoria, but 18-year-old Keibert Ruiz turned in the first 4-hit game of the season for a Loons hitter. It was Ruiz’ 2nd 4-hit game of his career.
Northwood Baseball is in the midst of its best season in school history. We’re joined by the ace of the pitching staff Tyler Jandron this week. Plus a quick recap of the Lions draft and the Loons.
Loons break out of a 5-game losing streak with their 2nd walk-off home run of the season. Carlos Rincon leads the Midwest League in homers and he joined us after the game.
Broadcaster Andrew Luftglass joins the show as our guest this week. Matt & Brad talk the Lions draft thus far and the Midwest League All-Star Game happening in Midland this year.