Hall of Fame baseball coach Tim McDonald from Bay City Western starts our summer-long interview series on the podcast. The guys also talk about Miles Bridges’ decision to return to MSU.
Following the postponement of Opening Day, the Loons got their 2017 season underway and Brendan Davis was one of the few bright spots as the Lansing Lugnuts swept the Loons.
It’s Opening Day for the Great Lakes Loons as Matt & Brad get you ready for the 2017 season. Hear from new manager Jeremy Rodriguez, plus an update on the Pistons & Red Wings.
Chris & Brad preview the 2017 Loons baseball season with Manager Jeremy Rodriguez (23:00), infielder Zach McKinstry (40:50), pitcher Dustin May (54:45), and Pitching Coach Connor McGuiness (67:45).
We have Matt & Chris getting you ready for baseball to return to next week. Opening Day around the MLB is Monday and the Great Lakes Loons kick off their season next Thursday.
With Michigan and MSU both out of the NCAA Tournament, the guys look at the future of both programs. They also wrap up another high school sports season and preview the upcoming 2017 Great Lakes Loons.
Saginaw High fell short of their first trip to the Breslin Center since 2013. Clarkston was the 3rd ranked team in Class A and won 70-50 behind 27 points from Michigan State verbal commit, Foster Loyer.
Special episode that aired on ESPN 100.9-FM at 6 p.m. on March 17. Reaction to Michigan’s win over Oklahoma State. Preview of MSU’s game with Miami (Fla.). Plus some MHSAA Basketball discussion and Loons Opening Day.
Saginaw was a heavy favorite at Mount Pleasant HS and delivered a 75-65 win to earn their first trip to the state quarterfinals since 2013. Eddie Thigpen III went for 30 points to lead the Trojans.
Flushing provided a stiff test. But Saginaw High got 20 points from RonQuavious Southward and 16 points from big man Henry Speight to squeak out a 56-52 victory in the MHSAA Class A Regional Semifinals.